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93d Congress 1 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES { 

1st Session J I 



Document 
No. 93-51 



REPORT 



OF THE 



CLERK OF THE 
HOUSE 



FROM 



July 1, 1972, to December 31, 1972 




February 28, 1973. — Referred to the Committee on House Administration 
and ordered to be printed 



U.S. government printing office 

88-914 O WASHINGTON : 1973 



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LETTER OF SUBMITTAL 



February 28, 1973. 
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 expendi- 
tures of appropriations and other funds for the period of July 1, 1972, 
through December 31, 1972, as prescribed by Public Law 88-454 of 
August 20, 1964 (2 U.S.C. 104a). 

The semiannual report of the Clerk includes: (1) The 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 serv- 
ices rendered, the nature of the services, the time employed, the name, 
title, and specific amount paid to each person; and (4) a complete 
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 191 

Automobile expenses: 

Majority Leader 361 

Minority Leader 361 

Speaker 361 

Capitol Police Board 362 

Capitol Police — uniforms and equipment 362 

Clerk hire, Members, Resident Commissioner, and Delegates 191 

Committee on Appropriations 392 

Consolidated working fund 365 

Education of pages 365 

Furniture 357 

Government contributions 391 

House Barber Shops (suspense account) 381 

House Beauty Shop (revolving fund) 381 

House Recording Studio (revolving fund) 365 

House Restaurant (revolving fund) 383 

Joint Committee on — 

Congressional Operations 360 

Defense Production 360 

Internal Revenue Taxation 360 

Miscellaneous items: 

Employees' transportation expenses 278 

Equipment 199 

Equipment maintenance 202 

Gratuities 204 

Interparliamentary reception 204 

Members' transportation expenses 251 

Official office expenses of Members outside of District of Columbia 228 

Official telephone expenses of Members outside of District of Columbia. 240 

Rental of office space 204 

Supplies, materials, and services 193 

Official mail costs 365 

Postage 356 

Preparation of new edition of — 

District of Columbia Code 390 

United States Code 390 

Revision of the laws 356 

Salaries and expenses — officers and employees: 

Attending physician — technical assistant 190 

Committee employees 184 

Committee on Appropriations 187 

Compilation of precedents of House of Representatives 183 

House Democratic Steering Committee 184 

House Republican Conference 185 

Majority and Minority printing clerks 187 

Minority employees 184 

Office of the — 

Chaplain 183 

Clerk 183 

Doorkeeper 183 

Legislative Counsel 189 

Majority Leader 186 

(V) 



VI 

Salaries and expenses — officers and employees — Continued 

Office of the— Page 

Majority Whip 186 

Minority Leader 186 

Minority Whip 186 

Parliamentarian 183 

Postmaster 183 

Sergeant at Arms 183 

Speaker 183 

Official reporters of debates 187 

Official reporters to committees 187 

Salaries of officers and employees of the House of Representatives 3 

Standing, Select, and Special Committees: 
Committee on — 

Agriculture 289 

Appropriations 187 

Armed Services 290 

Banking and Currency 291 

District of Columbia 295 

Education and Labor 295 

Foreign Affairs 301 

Government Operations 303 

House Administration 305 

Interior and Insular Affairs 310 

Internal Security 312 

Interstate and Foreign Commerce 316 

The Judiciary 319 

Merchant Marine and Fisheries 321 

Post Office and Civil Service 323 

Public Works 325 

Rules 332 

Science and Astronautics 332 

Standards of Official Conduct 334 

Veterans' Affairs 335 

Ways and Means 337 

Select Committee on — 

Crime 338 

House Restaurant 350 

Small Business 350 

Special Committee — 

On Funerals 354 

To Investigate Campaign Expenditures 351 

Stationery (revolving fund) 367 

Stenographic reports 286 

Telegraph and telephone service 354 



REPORT OF THE CLERK OF THE HOUSE 

FROM JULY 1, 1972, TO DECEMBER 31, 1972 

STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTABILITY FOR APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER FUNDS 

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

Appropriations and receipts: 

Current appropriations $145,975,350.00 

Revolving fund receipts: 

Stationery revolving fund $461,230.92 

House Beauty Shop revolving fund 108,338.94 

House Recording Studio revolving fund.. 50,263.69 

House Restaurant revolving fund 797,620.76 

House Barber Shop suspense account 22, 827. 75 

Records and Registration suspense account 3, 888. 94 

1,444,171.00 

Proceeds from sale of miscellaneous items 15,461.47 

147, 434, 982. 47 

Total funds available.. 166,420,198.08 

Expenditures and transfers: 

Disbursements for salaries and other expenses less refunds 

and canceled checks __ _._ ___ ____ 70,851,813.89 

Transfers: 

Deposited in the general fund of the Treasury 15,461.47 

70,867,275.36 

Unexpended balance, Dec, 31, 1972 95,552,922.72 





SUMMARY OF TRANSACTIONS BY APPROPRIATIONS 




Purpose 




Funds 
available 


Net 
disbursements Transfers 


Unexpended 

balance 

Dec. 31, 1972 


Salaries, officers and empl 
1971 


oyees: 

iident Commissioner, and 

tees: 


$552, 752. 53 
1,969,323.51 
26,114,020.00 

186, 333. 09 

1,269,547.46 

61,000,000.00 

1,112.51 
10, 929. 88 
102, 700. 00 

676, 951. 74 
3, 480, 639. 55 
8, 500, 000. 00 

164, 054. 50 
145,397.15 
422, 500. 00 

256, 189. 86 
1,859,347.69 
12,675,000.00 

272, 922. 44 

792, 765. 51 

4, 000, 000. 00 

1,311.38 
4, 560. 50 
39, 980. 00 

6,916.10 
188,518.85 
417,510.00 . 




$552, 752. 53 


1972 


$240,662.73 


1,728,660.78 


1973 


11,757,410.58 


14, 356, 609. 42 


Clerk hire, Members, Re; 
Delegates: 
1971 


(664.00) 


186, 997. 09 


1972 

1973 


581.73 

30,902,762.55 


1,268,965.73 
30, 097, 237. 45 


Attending physician: 
1971 




1,112.51 


1972 


10,558.04 


371. 84 


1973 


33,088.12 


69,611.88 


Miscellaneous items: 
1971 


49,416.85 


627, 534. 89 


1972 


890,788.31 


2, 589, 851. 24 


1973 


1,917,139.49 


6, 582, 860. 51 


Report of hearings: 
1971 


862.35 


163, 192. 15 


1972 


43,053.90 .. 


102, 343. 25 


1973 

Special and select commit 

1971 

1972 


46,131.40 

6,556.16 

221,979.06 


376, 368. 60 

249, 633. 70 
1,637,368.63 


1973 


4,878,911.84 


7, 796, 088. 16 


Telephone and telegraph: 
1971. 


5,556.58 


267, 365. 86 


1972 


745,708.04 


47, 057. 47 


1973 


1,285,563.05 


2,714,436.95 


Revision of the laws: 

1971 

1972 




1,311.38 
4, 560. 50 


1973 


18,000.00 


21,980.00 


Postage stamps: 

1971. 

1972 


171,743.04 .. 


6, 916. 10 
16, 775. 81 


1973 




417,510.00 



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SUMMARY OF TRANSACTIONS BY APPROPRIATIONS— Continued 



Purpose 



Funds 
available 



Net 
disbursements 



Furniture: 

1971 

1972 

1973 __ ____:: 

Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation: 

1971 

1972 """ 

1973 

Joint Committee on Defense Production: 

1971 

1972 

1973 . 

Joint Committee on Congressional Operations: 

1972 

1973 "I 

Speaker's automobile: 

1971 

1972 

1973 _ ... 

Majority Leader's automobile: 

1971 

1972 

1973.. '""."I. 

Minority Leader's automobile: 

1971.... 

1972.. 

1973. ...""'- 

Capitol Police Board: 

1971 

1972 _ 

1973 ..." 

Uniforms and equipment— Capitol Police: 

1971 

1972 _ 

1973 

Statement of appropriations : 

1971 

1972 . 

1973 

Consolidated working fund: 

1971 

1972 

Education of pages 1973 

Official mail costs: 

1972 

1973_. 

House Recording Studio revolving fund 

Stationery revolving fund 

House Restaurant revolving fund 

House Beauty Shop revolving fund 

House Barber Shop suspense account 

Records and Registration suspense account 

Preparation of new edition of District of Columbia 

Code 

Preparation of new edition of United States Code 

Government contributions: 

1971... __ 

1972 

1973 

Portrait of Speaker 

Miscellaneous receipts: 

Sale of waste paper 

Sale of surplus property 

Sale of transcript of hearings 

Other (general fund) 



$25. 51 

167,883.77 

1,039,500.00 

41,026.07 
33, 878. 30 
937, 720. 00 

6,661.17 

7, 245. 67 

139,980.00 

197, 972. 45 
460, 000. 00 

1,845.72 



14, 685. 87 
136, 305. 00 

4, 600, 000. 00 

21,226,480.00 

332,461.74 

2,894,657.62 

951, 042. 09 

135,220.66 

45, 644. 58 

4, 758. 72 

212,792.93 
112,792.47 

18, 775. 25 

8,474.64 

5, 770, 000. 00 

5, 000. 00 

8, 900. 84 

2, 575. 00 

3,111.14 

874. 49 



106. 72 
65, 771. 76 

31,201.53 
141,218.79 



6, 636. 47 
136, 305. 00 



Transfers 



$165, 896. 25 . 


359,984.70 




1,492.43 


401,680.15 



2, 810. 78 
18, 780. 00 


603.25 

7,754.10 


1,010.42 .. 




1, 740. 71 


607.68 _ 


18, 780. 00 
565.41 .. 


8,553.19 


1,625.92 


620.02 .. 


18, 780. 00 
98,407.08 ... 


8,231.00 


298, 698. 02 


221,316.49 


1,009,865.00 .. 




56.98 


66, 245. 35 


64,141.09 


236, 450. 00 


53,100.41 


3,250.00 .. 




3,250.00 


6,500.00 


3.806.46 



Unexpended 

balance 

Dec. 31, 1972 



$25. 51 

1, 987. 52 

679, 515. 30 

41, 026. 07 
32, 385. 87 
536, 039. 85 

6,661.17 
7, 138. 95 
74, 208. 24 

166, 770. 92 
318,781.21 

1, 845. 72 

2, 207. 53 

11,025.90 

1,010.42 
1,133.03 
10, 226. 81 

565. 41 
1,005.90 
10, 549. 00 

98, 407. 08 

77,381.53 

1, 009, 865. 00 

56.98 

2, 104. 26 

183, 349. 59 

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

3, 806. 46 
8, 049. 40 



4,600,000.00 . 

6,312,556.00 14,913,924.00 

138,772.94 193,688.80 

1,010,287.41 1,884,370.21 

850,189.21 100,852.88 

122,697.29 12,523.37 

14,916.93 30,727.65 

4,758.72 



15,156.85 
17,832.42 



197, 636. 08 
94, 960. 05 



664.00 18,111.25 

(9.35) 8,483.99 

2,867,719.34 2,902,280.66 

5,000.00 



$8, 900. 84 

2, 575. 00 

3,111.14 

874. 49 



166,420,198.08 70,851,813.89 15,461.47 95,552,922.72 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972 

OFFICE OF HON. WATKINS M. AB<MTT 

COUNCIL, ANNF H S3, 256.0? 

OYER, RERECCA R CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 2, 000. oi 

FLETCHE°, W FRED FROM JULY 1 15,300.0(1 

FOREHAND, C EDWARD, I! FROM JULY 1 11,524.62 

FOREHAND, D0RTND4 A FROM SEPT. 1 2,333.32 

HORROCKS, NORAH CLERK, 3,916.68 

MAYBERRY, JACQUETTA G FRO" AUG. 1 to AUG. 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. ?l 650. OC 

MONTGOMERY, BARBARA J TO AUG. 31 2,614.88 

SPAIN, GARLAND CLERK, 4,999.98 

TAYLOR, CAROL B CLEPK, 4,009.02 

WOODY, MARJORIE A FRO" JULY 1 7,999.98 

OFFIC c OF HON. THOMAS G. ARERNETHY 

ABERNETHY, ALICE L FRO" JULY 1 11,250.00 

BOWMAN, CAROL ANN FROM AUG. 1 TO SFPT. 3C 1,666.66 

BYRD, MAOTHA FROM JULY 1 10,000.02 

DEMOVILLE, EDWARD FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 : 886.59 

DEMOVILLE, IRENE C FROM OCT. 1 1,875.00 

QCMOVILLE, LARKIN CLERK, 8,333.32 

MONTI, ANN C SECTY, TO AUG. 31 1,666.66 

MYERS, MILLIC C NT Y SECRETARY, 7,099.98 

PANNELL, MAPLENE B SECRETARY, 3,000.00 

ROWAN, ALFRFD WAYNE CLERK, l,999.9fl 

SAMS, THOMAS P CLERK, 2,833.33 

STEVENS, CLAIR AD" ASST, 15,300.00 

STEVENS, EDWARD L CLERK, 5,166.68 

VPSDCR, CYNTHIA ANN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, tq AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, F°OM AUG. 16 TO SEPT. 15 750. n C 

WH[T|_OCK, SIDNEY c P QM mov. 1 1, 7 33.34 

OFFICE 0^ HDN. JAME^ AB n UREZK 

BERGREN, MARY C STAFF ASST, 5,100.00 

BERLING, JUDITH ANNE PE D SONAL SECRETARY, 5,500,'V 

COSTAIN, BONNIE J SECTY, 1,800.00 

DPSCHEPPER, MARILYN SECTY, 3,700.02 

FFLDMAN, GLENN M SPECIAL ASST, TO JULY 31 866.67 

FISHMAN, CHARLES L FROM AUG. I 4,333.35 

GERHARDT, JO ANN SECRETARY, 3,900.00 

GLEICH, JAMES W STAFF ASST, 4,000.02 

HAGERTY, BERNARD STAFF AS^T, 3,550.02 

OMFARA, ELISF I SECRE T ARY, 3,300.^ 

QUANDER, DONALD WARREN CONG ES S I ONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450. CC 

°OUSE, PETER M r ASEWORKFP, 4,150.02 

SEVERSPN, JOFL RESEARCH ASST, 3,i-99.3R 

SHPLBY, LEANITA SECRETARY, 4,900.02 

STAVPIANOS, MARJORIE S CASEWORKER, 4,150.02 

STAVRTANOS, PFTEP E ADM ASST, 10,099.98 

THORNE, JOHN R PRESS ASST, 8,550.00 

VOIGHT, DAVID K LEGI^ ASST, 7,099.98 

OFFICE OF HON. BFLLA S. ABZUG 

BROCK, HOWARD A °R C SS AIDE, 3,732.03 

CASH, FRANCES R'JH PERSONAL SECRETARY, to NOV. ^0 4,576.01 

DOYLE, JANE A FROM SEPT. 13 1,860.01 

ELDPIDGF, RONNIE MYERS CRC" NOV. 1 4.400.00 

EPSTEIN, MAPTIN H TO JULY 31 458.33 

EPSTEIN, SYLVIA CASEWORKER, 5,750.00 

CRIFDMAN, DORA OFFICE MANAGER, 7.573.16 

HIPSCHHORN, ERIC L LEGI^ ASST, 8,634.98 

JACOB, MYRIAM R FRO" OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 300.^0 

KFL8 C R, MIRIAM J FRO* JULY 1 11,641.92 

MARCOSSON, MARILYN FPO" SEP T . i 2,966.63 

MORGFNSTPRN, ELLEN A LEGIS AIDE, TO JULY 31 625.00 

OOFP, SHARON E CASE WORKFP, 6,187.52 

POLIVY, MARGOT FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 21 1,230.83 

RUDFS, AMY SUE FRO" JULY 1 5,063.24 

STUPGIS, INGRID E FROM JULY 1 1,817.90 

T C NDLER, ROBERT COMMUNITY REP, TO NOV. 3~ 5,175.00 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. BELLA S. ABZUG - CONTINUED 



TERRY, EVER CAROL 
WALKER, DEIDE E 
WEIL, RUTH JOAN 
WILLIAMS, JOSHUA 
WOL^, CYNTHIA LYNN 



OFFICE OF HON. BROCK ADAMS 



BAIRD, ZOE E 
BURNETT, LINDA 



RUTCHMAN, ALAN A 
CARY, SUSAN C 
CHELEOINAS, ROSE 
CORDILL, MAR ION J 
DARNEILLE, ANNE LOWNDES 
DAVENNY, DIANE DEE 
DEPUY, JACQUES D9 
FEOE, ROBERTA R 
FOTHERINGHAM, TAMAPA J 
HOTTINGER, JOHN C 
JOHNSEN, DAVIO R 
LIPPEK, SUSAN E 
MOLONY, MICHAEL JAMES 
MULL IGAN, JAMES H 
PITTS, DAVID A 
SHARPE, PHILIP E, JR 
SKELLENGER, SHIRLEY A 
WEISSMAN, MARGE 
YERXA, RUFUS 



SECRETARY PECEPT, TO AUG. 31 

FROM JULY 1 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

FROM AUG. 8 TO NOV. 30 

FRO" OCT. 1 

FROM NOV. 15 TO NOV. 30 

FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND SECTY, FROM 

NOV. 1 

ADMTN ASST, 

SECRFTARY, 

SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 

APPT SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, 

LEGIS ASST, 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 

FROM SEPT. 1 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

FROM JULY 1 

FROM SEPT. 1 

FROM DEC. I 

FROM NOV. 15 TO NOV. 30 

CLERK, TO JULY 31 

PRESS SECRETARY, 

DIST REP, 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 



SI, 362.25 

2,633.31 

450.00 

1,726.38 

781.44 



622.22 

2,874.99 
14,500.02 
4,958.32 
1,000.00 
9,750.00 
4,208.32 
3, 166.67 
8,416.68 
458.33 
560.00 
2,500.00 
2,500.00 
4,000.02 
2,500.00 
1, 866.67 
888.89 
1,041.67 
3,600.00 
4,699.98 
1,250.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH P. ADDABBO 



BLECHER, ABRAHAM 

BLECHER, YVETTE 

BREWER, MARIE BROWN 
BROMBERG, MARLYS L 
CERTIS, JOY E 
CONIGLIO, FRANK A 
COPP, F MARY 
FELLS, CLARA 
FELLS, WILLIAM ALBERT 
FERR IS, ANNETTE M 
FIORE, A EDWARD 
GORDON, MICHAEL 
GORMLEY, HELENA BRODT 
GOTTFRIFD, LILLIAN 
GRAY, MARIE PUTH 
GURIAN, BEATRICE 
MACDONALD, HELEN T 
MCGINNISS, ELEANOUPF 
MILLIGAN, INEZ HATTIE 

MOLE, MARION 
PICKETT, MADELINE D 
ROGERS, ISADORA G 
SHAW, DORIS 
SMITH, RUSSELL J 
SUP ICO, ANGELO M 
TRIMBOLI, THOMAS A 



WILSON, WILFRED 
ZANAZZI, ROSINA 



FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 

FROM NOV. 1 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

SECRETARY 

SECTY 

CLERK, 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

FROM SEPT. 1 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

SECTY, 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

SECTY, 

TO AUG. 31 

ADM ASST, 

FROM AUG. 1 

FROM S^PT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 

1 

FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND F°OM DEC. 1 

FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

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

FROM SEPT. 1 

CLERK, TO JULY 31 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 
LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO 

SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 1 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

FROM SEPT. i TO OCT. 31 



1,700.00 
1,000.00 

733.34 
3,481.50 
6,304.32 
3,687.59 

583.33 
1,000.00 

500.00 

916.67 
12,300.00 

333.33 
8,606.68 
1,200.00 
4, 866.66 

550.00 

11,327.50 

2,500.00 

1,808.33 
791.66 
333.33 

1,466.68 

1, 100.00 

333.33 

8,200.02 



1,449.99 

333.33 

1,533.34 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OP HON. CARL ALBF"T 



ANDERSON, W K 
3U T LER, LOISE 
CLINE, 0E30RAH LYNN 
ENGLISH, VE°NEIL G 
GREEN, GWENOA R 
HOLMES, IMOOFNF 
HOWARD, CAROLE K 
LANE, SAPA DEAN 
MAJORS, MICHAEL R 
R C ED, MICHAEL L 
RIKARD, HANSEN 
S^LVIDGE, WILLIAM M, 
TUTTLE, HELEN NEWMAN 



TLERK tydt<;t, , 

CLEPK, , 

CLFRK 

CLERK, 

SECFTARY, 

CLERK, , 

FRfM NOV. 3 , 

CLE"K , 

CONGRESSIONAL INTFpn, to, aur .. 31 
CLFRK, 



.28 
.00 
.68 
.00 
.98 
.00 



t6, 173 

4,500 

3,466 
li,?50 

6,499 

7,350 

7,350.00 

3, 139.56 

483.33 

11,250.00 

5, 765.52 
600.00 

7,500.00 



OFFICF OF HON. BILL ALEXANDER 



A3RAMS0N, RAYMOND o 
ARAN GO, PAULINE S 
BAILEY, PR4MCES BARTON 
BROWN, RAMONA KAY 
CHITMAN, LE n 
FARLEY, CURTIS 
HEAD, MARTHA <=LLEN 
HOLMES, VIRGINIA LEE 
JEppOROS, CLIFFORD H 
JOHNSON, LEWIS J 
MOORP, HARRY trijmaN 
MO^Rp, THOMAS ALVA 
NEALE, FLIZA3ETH S 
DATTON, LINDA F 
DRIDF, ANN L 
SMITH, JULIA ROSE 
THOMAS, DO"OTHY LAINE 
THOMAS, WALTER E 



.00 
.00 



,67 



VINICK, 

WORLOW, 



HELEN B 
OONNA JOYCE 



FROM OCT. 1 900.00 

SECRETARY, 5,000.02 

SECRETARY, 3,950. 

STAFF A^ST, TO JULY 31 40^. 

CONGRESSIONAL AIDE, 1,700. 

PROM DEC. 1 •. 116. 

PROM JULY 5 4,014.46 

REC c "TinNI ST, 4,800.02 

ADM ASST, 9,650.00 

PROJECT CONSULTANT, 4,000.00 

STAFF ASST, 9,041.68 

FROM OCT. 1 TO 0C T . 31 500.00 

SFCRFTARY, TO AUG. 19 1,360.00 

FP.HM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

LEGI* RESEARCH ASST, 4,483.34 

EXFC SECTY, 10,866. 

LEGIS ASST, 9,-jgg, 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND STAFF 

ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. 1 3,950. 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 116. 

FROM DPT. 1 125. 



.67 



OFFICE OF HON. GLENN M. ANDERSON 



ANDERSON, HARRY R 

BACKLUND, DOLORES 

BOROWICK, GAIL N 

CARLI SLE, DAVID C 



CASTLE, ADA M 
CINDRICH, KAREN 
DAVIS, CHRISTOPHER 
JEGREGORIO, LINDA 
DIAZ, CARMEN R 
FRY, GORDON H 
GARTEN, MAX DAVID 

KRAFFT, JOHN W 
MADISON, HERBERT C 
NELSON, SANDRA R 
CNG, EDNA MAY D 
PARKER, BONNIE E 
PERKA, KATHLEEN J 

RAMIREZ, ANNA M 
SANCHEZ, LUCILLE 
SAVANT, CHARLES ALBERT 

SHILDKRET, "ARGO 
SHOEMAKER, ANNE F 
SMITH, ALICE M 
TALBERT, LANELLE 
WAREHOUSE, WILLARD C 



FROM JULY 1 13,348.33 

CLFRK, TO SFPT. 15 1,500.00 

FROM SEPT. 16 TO OCT. 31 963.60 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 
1 TO SEPT. 3C AND FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 

30 2,600.00 

CLERK 4,002.00 

FROM AUG. 15 TO SEPT. 30 920.00 

FROM DEC. 1 975.00 

FROM OCT. 19 1,401.60 

FROM JULY 1 2,400.00 

FROM OCT. 1 1,600.00 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 ANO FROM SEPT. 

1 4,020.00 

CLERK, 4,500.00 

LEGIS ASST 7,352.00 

CLERK, TO SEPT. 8 1,434.80 

CLERK 4,061.00 

FROM NOV. 1 1,100.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 850.00 

DIST OFFICE MGR 5,169.27 

CLERK, 3,300.00 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 ANO FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 2,250.00 

CLERK, TO AUG. 14 928.40 

FROM SEPT. 11 2, 20C. 00 

CLERK 5,070.00 

CLERK, 5,250.00 

CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 1,800.00 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN B. ANDERSON 



30HNER, CHRISTIE K LEGIS SECY, 

CANTRICK, ANTHONY G FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 1 

ELLISON, BARBARA JO FROM JULY 3 TO AUG. 31 

ERRECART, MICHAEL T FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 15 

FISHER, JOANN FROM DEC. 15 

GANTS, ROBERT M FROM OCT. 11 

GEODEIS, CATHLEEN ANNE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 14 

GIBSON, ALAN B STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 

HAESLOOP, MARY ELLEN PERS SECTY, 

HORN, WILLIAM P FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

JEFFREY, SUZANNE G 

KOCH, BRADLEY T FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 25 

KOLNES, MAE B 

LARSEN, THOMAS ANDREW FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 14 AND FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

LINDBLADE, MILDRED I SECRETARY, 

LINDLEY, LOIS E CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 31 

MASTERSON, MICHAEL J FROM SEPT. 15 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM 

NOV. 8 

MCLAUGHLIN, JOHN FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 25 

MQFFETT, HOWARD M TO JULY 31 

PRIOR, MARY ELLEN FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 1 

RICHARDSON, MARTHA ANN ADMIN SECY, 

STOCKMAN, STEVE W FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

SWANSON, BRENT A FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 21 

SWARTZLOFF, EDWARD E FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 14 

VAUGHN, MICHAEL 8 FROM SEPT. 5 

VENNERS, PEGGY J RECEPTIONIST, 

WALKER, ROBERT J FPOM SEPT. 1 

WOLFENSBERGER, DONALD 

WRIGHT, DOUGLAS ALAN CLERK-TYPIST, TO OCT. 31 AND STAFF 

ASST, FROM NOV. 1 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM R. ANDERSON 

CAVALIERI, CARMELO C SPECIAL COUNSEL, 

DOOCHIN, MICHAEL FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 26 

DYE, 3ARBARA L K SECTY, 

EBEPSOLE, RICHARD J SPECIAL ASST, 

GILMOUR, WILLIAM W Fonvi ju l y 1 

KENNEDY, SAM DELK, JP FRCM NOV. 3 

MANSON, FRANK A LEGIS ASST, 

MCCAULEY, RAYETTA I C LERK- T YPI ST , 

MILLER, JULIA MYRL FROM JULY 1 

POWERS, WILLIAM M 

PRENDERGAST, MARY A FROM JULY 1 

ROWLAND, CLAIRE M FROM OCT. 5 TO NOV. 2 

STOVER, KATHY JEAN CLERK-TYPIST, 

TOLSON, CORITHA L 

TRAUGER, BYRON R FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

WELLS, SAYRA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 16 

WHITE, JOHN J 

WISE, JAMES ALAN ADM ASST, 

OFFICE OF HON. ELIZABETH (MRS GEORGE) ANDREWS 

FINLAYSON, MABEL SECRETARY, 

GILBERT, THOMAS MARTIN ADM ASST, 

HEACOCK, MARIE B SECRETARY, 

JE8ELES, ERIE B SECRETARY, 

NOBLIN, GEORGE M SECRETARY, 

PARKER, RUTH W SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

AUG. 1 

TATE, FORREST 0, JR SECRETARY, 

WHITE, PHIL M SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 



S4.416.66 
533-39 
580.00 
333.33 
257.78 

5, 333.33 
140.00 

1,500.00 

6, 125.02 
666.67 

5,666.68 
390.00 

2, 166.66 

440.00 
3,391.66 

1,250.00 

1,629. 16 

390.00 

2,291.67 

1, 101.40 

5,666.68 

1,500.00 

350.00 

140. OC 

1,058.33 

3,333.34 

1,250.00 

8,416.66 

4,000.00 



6,247.50 

400.00 

600.00 

5,357.34 

6, 533.32 

821.67 

7, 703.76 

600.00 

10,495.02 

2,654.33 

1,083.35 

404.44 

3,765.00 

6,435.48 

933.33 

160.00 

9,384.03 

15,300.00 



4,999.98 
15,300.00 
6, 100.02 
7,500.00 
7,549.99 

6,000.00 
7,099.98 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. MARK ANDREWS 

AUSTIN, JAMES A FROM JULY 1 $10,862.52 

30DINE, WILLIAM B, JR FROM SEPT. 25 1,600.00 

BUCKINGHAM, ANN M INTERN, TO AUG. 6 432.00 

CANDOR, ANN L 4,024.98 

CHESR3WN, SANDI ANNE SUMMER INTERN, TO JULY 31 360. CC 

CORBUS, ROANNE L 2,637.48 

FIORUCCI, ROSEMARIE FROM JULY 24 TO OCT. 3 1,555.57 

FORD, ANN S f^ROM DEC. 1 200.00 

FRITZ, LOIS KOEHLE" FROM DEC. 1 400.00 

GLADUE, DENISE 4,700.00 

GWINN, DOROTHY F EXEC SECTY, 9,966.39 

HAMMARGREN, CATHY CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 1,500.00 

HARBAUGH, DIANA LYNN FROM OCT. 11 ^4h.45 

HEGGEN, DUWAYNE M FIELD REP, TO NOV. 15 5,538.74 

HILDAHL, ALMA B FROM DEC. 1 450.00 

HOLT, JOYCE E 3,742.50 

JARDINE, MARILYN 4.2OC.O0 

KNUDSEN, LELA M FROM DEC. I 450.00 

LARIVEE, MONICA E 3,435.00 

OLSEN, VAN P 14,200.00 

SCHAAN, MARY ANN FROM NOV. 29 533.33 

WINKJER, DEANN LYN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 13 430.00 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK ANNUNZIP 

ALTIMARI, LEONARD 6,527.64 

AZHDERIAN, ANNA ADMIN ASST, 10,350.00 

BASKIND, ANITA L 4,416.78 

CORTELYOU, WARREN P FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 183.33 

DELETTO, JOSEPH 7,368.54 

DONALDSON, CHRISTINE SECRETARY 4,466.66 

GERBER, KAREN LEE CLERK-TYPIST, 3,916.6« 

GONZALEZ-JIMENEZ, C FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 10 1,302.77 

LATO, ROSE 4,803.60 

LIFSEY, E DIANE SECRETARY, 4,366.68 

OSTAPENKO, ADRIENNE E TO SE°T. 10 1,302.77 

PETRONE, THERESA M FROM NOV. 1 4,000.00 

RQZENBERG, MICHAEL A CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 1,674.99 

SALAMONE, JOHN 3,261.08 

ZAPERT, THERESA M SECRETARY, 6,750.00 

OFFICE OF HON. BILL ARCHER 

CARLSON, DONALD G CLERK 3,949.98 

CARRUTH, BARBARA K RECEPTIONIST £ SECTY, 4,350.00 

DEAR, RONALD B LEGIS ASST 7,384.98 

FRANKLIN, C ANSON PRESS ASST, TO JULY 31 921.67 

FRONCE, MARY ANN CLERK, 5,275.02 

GERGEP, ROCHELLA SUE PERSONAL SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND 

PER SECT - PRESS ASST, FROM AUG. 1 ... 6,200.00 

HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D FROM SEPT. 1 TO SE D T. 30 450.00 

MATHER, RUSSELL N, JR DISTRICT REP, 3.00C.0C 

MATTHEWS, ALL I E °AGE SECRETARY, 4,114.50 

PRUITT, MARY PINCKNEY FROM AUG. 21 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM OCT. 

1 TO OCT. 22 106.66 

SCHWARZMANN, MARY L CLERK, 7,648.50 

SHEARN, MICHAEL JOSEPH CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

WOLFE, MARGARET F SECTY, TO JULY 31 500.00 

ZAMARIA, ROSE M OFFICE MANAGER, 11,077.50 

OFFICE OF HON. LESLIE C. ARENDS 

ASHBROOK, THOMAS E CLERK, TO AUG. 31 366.66 

DEAPDEN, CAROL ANN SECRETARY, 5,250.00 

HUNNICUTT, SHARON I SECRETARY 6,600.00 

KILROY, RUTH S SECRETARY, 7,900.02 

PITTS, FLORENCE G FROM JULY 1 7,999.98 

ZOLL, MARJORIE H CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 25 550.00 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN M. ASH8R00K 

ALMENDINGER, WILLIAM F DISTRICT REP, $9,000.00 

BISSEY, JEAN 8 SECRETARY, 5,650.02 

BROWN, MARY B SECRETARY, 4,575.00 

CHAPMAN, DEBRA JO FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 666.66 

CHAPMAN, MARY JO SECRETARY, 4,249.98 

OIEHL, ELIZABETH L FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 966.66 

FRIZZELL, EMMA M FROM NOV. 1 916.66 

GONZALES, VIRGINIA B FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 833.34 

GOODSITE, BETTY JANE FROM NOV. 1 tq nov . 30 316.67 

HAGGE, LINDA SECRETARY, 4,450.02 

HELSEL, SANDRA LOUISE FROM OCT. 1 1,975.00 

KENNY, JOHN A FROM AUG. 1 to AUG. 31 650.00 

LEWIS, BARBARA BOLT FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 999.99 

LONG, ROBERT F CLERK, 4,000.02 

LYTLE, CHRISTOPHER G CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

MILES, STEPHEN R DISTRICT REP, 4,750.02 

MOORE, NANCY L FROM SEPT. 1 1,333.32 

MYERS, CARROLL JEAN SECRETARY, 3,750.00 

RALPH, JOHN N, JR CLERK, TO JULY 9 150.00 

RHODES, WILLIAM DALE, JR FROM SEPT. 1 2,083.32 

ROBERTS, FRANKI F SECRFTARY, TO SEPT. 3C 3,000.00 

THARP, LISA CHRISTINE CLERK, TO JULY 31 375.00 

WAYMAN, CYNTHIA L 6,199.98 

WHEATLEY, ELECTRA C ADM ASST, 13,999.98 

WOLFE, RICHARD P, II FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 500.00 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS L. ASHLEY 

ANDERSON, MURIEL A SECRETARY, 5,179.50 

CLENDENING, JUNE G ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 12,955.83 

FREUNDEL, JOYCE M RECEPTIONIST, 4,451.85 

GARNER, ELIZABETH LEGIS AIDE, 5,987.32 

KINZLER, PETER LEGIS ASST, 9,334.35 

MACADAMS, MONICA SECRETARY, 3,420.33 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 416.67 

MIELDS, HUGH, JR ASSISTANT, TO OCT. 31 6,000.00 

MILLER, MARY D SECRETARY, 4,451.85 

NUNN, CHARLIE 3 SECRETAPY, 5,311.83 

RINCK, SANDRA LEE EXEC SEC, 9,114.82 

SHORT, M DOLORES 1,000.02 

TOMSIC, BETTY SECRETARY, 6,230.32 

OFFICE OF HON. LES ASPIN 

ANDERSEN, ANGELINE N SECRETAPY, 2,500.02 

ASPLUND, RICHARD JOHN DISTRICT SECRETARY, 3,083.34 

BINDES, BEVERLY A CASEWORKER, TO OCT. 31 AND FRCM NOV. 5 5,053.35 

BROYORICK, WILLIAM B LEGIS ASST, 5,000.00 

CULLEN, TIMOTHY F OMBUDSMAN, 5,949.98 

FEINGOLD, RUSSELL CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

GRUENSTEIN, PETER E FROM JULY 1 12,358.40 

HARDING, SUSAN F FROM JULY 1 3,499.98 

HARRISON, STANLEY L LEGIS ASST, 600.00 

HERRING, VICTORIA L SECRETARY, 2,400.00 

KOITZ, GRETCHEN E SECRETARY, 4,099.98 

LANGE, ROBERT GRANT FRCM JULY 1 12,433.59 

MCKINSEY, E ANNE FROM JULY 1 4,100.02 

MORTON, JOSEPH CRAIG SPEC ASST, TO OCT. 31 1,920.00 

ORR, SALLY SUSANN FROM DEC. 1 625.00 

STROHL, JOSEPH A DISTRICT SECRETARY, 6,375.00 

TATGE, MARY R EC E°T I ON I ST , 4,999.98 

UMANSKY, ADRIENNE SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 3,541.65 

OFFICE OF HON. WAYNE N. ASPINALL 

BERTORELLO, EVELYN '. 10,549.98 

BRIDGES, JACK H SECTY, TO AUG. 9 857.13 

CARVERt JOHN A, JR SECRETARY, TO AUG. 7 1,541.67 

CLEARY, WILLIAM H SECRETAPY, 14,085.00 

KEATING, EDWARD SECRETARY, 5,463.50 

KNOUS, ROBERT L FROM OCT. 1 1,500.00 

LORENZEN, DONALD P SECPETARY, 3,499.98 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 

JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WAYNE N. ASPINALL - CONTINUED 

MICHIELI, RONALD A SECRETARY, TO JULY 15 AND FROM SEPT. 

15 $7,945.84 

POWELL, LOLA B FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,666.66 

SHERIDAN, HARRIET SECRETARY, 15,300.00 

WIOUP, CHARLES CLERK, TO JULY 15 AND FROM SEPT. 15 .. 5,294.44 

OFFICE OF HON. HERMAN 8ADILL0 

ALBANDOZ, VICTOR M FROM JULY 16 TO NOV. 30 3,383.57 

BENZA, LOUIS C FROM DEC. 1 1,666.67 

9R4HS, STUART J LEGISLATIVE ASST, 8,350.19 

CHERKASKY, MICHAEL G CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 4 340.00 

DFUTSCH, JOSEPH M ASSISTANT, 1,849.98 

ERICE, MICHAEL A ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 6 300.00 

GOLDSMITH, LEDA C ASSISTANT, 2,007.67 

LEE, DORIS JEAN STAFF ASST, TO JULY 15 505.11 

LUY, MIRA F ASSISTANT, 6,114.50 

MAYERSON, HAROLD A SPECIAL ASST, TO AUG. 31 ANO 

ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 .. 3,331.25 

POPS, JEANNE ASST, 4,192.50 

QUINONES, EDMEE ASSISTANT, TO JULY 15 AND FROM SEPT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 414.50 

RASQUIN, EDUVIGES J ASST, 6,066.24 

REMENESKI, SHIRLEY ASST, 7,954.16 

RUSSO, HEB8E FROM AUG. 9 4,733.33 

SCHOSBERG, PAUL A ADMIN ASST, 15,233.85 

STEPHENS, ESME M ASST, TO NOV. 30 2,213.50 

TOWNSEND, JFSSE L ASSISTANT, 4,960.39 

VLASTO, JAMES S ASST, 5,247.48 

OFFICE OF HON. LAMAR BAKER 

COFFMAN, OPAL L SECRETARY, 3,475.00 

DIMOPOULOS, ETHEL D PERSONAL SECTY, 4,219.98 

FREBURG, CHARLES R ADMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

GRUM, IVA HELEN CASE WORKER, 4,219.98 

HETH, EDNA PHILLIPS FIELD REP, 2,550.00 

HUNT, RAYMOND GENE DISTRICT ASSISTANT, 12,250.02 

KFRWAN, MARIE E FROM OCT. I 1,575.00 

LOMAX, WILLIAM L OFFICE SUPERVISOR, TO AUG. 31 AND 

AUTO TYPEWRITER SPEC, FROM SEPT. 1 ... 5,608.34 

LOUGHLIN, ELIZABETH F LEGISLATIVE ASST, 6,519.48 

MCMURTRIE, BERTIE LOU FROM NOV. 13 1,280.00 

MEEKS, MYPA JEAN SECRETARY, 3,499.98 

MILLSAPS, ELIZABETH A PRESS SECRETARY 4,750.02 

SMITH, NANCY LEE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

SECTY, FROM AUG. 16 TO SEPT. 9 850.00 

SMITH, VIRGINIA J SECRETARY, 3,615.00 

SMITH, WANDA D SECRETARY, 3,649.98 

WAINWRIGHT, PHILIP H FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 31 1,125.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WALTER S. BARING 

BARING, MARJORIE L 5,800.02 

BURTON, JANE TO OCT. 31 3,200.00 

CAMERON, MARY T EXEC SECRETARY, 8,708.32 

DOLLARD, LOUISE ADM ASST, 12,044.71 

FATZ, SANDPA L SECTY, TO AUG. 7 1,062.62 

FITZGERALD, GERALDINE A SECTY, TO OCT. 31 2,500.00 

GIANNOTTI, VIRGINIA L FROM SE°T. I 1,966.68 

GORDY, SHFILA A SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 2,637.50 

HOWARD, ROBERT M 9,750.00 

KATAWCZIK, HELEN CAROL SECTY-LEG I SLAT I VE , 7,255.16 

KLINK, MARIANNE B 4,416.68 

MINKO, JOAN MARY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

SECTY, FROM JULY 1 3,408.34 

POWELL, DOROTHY L DEPT SECTY, 8,383.34 

SCHAFFER, GERALD STATE AIDE, 6,330.00 



10 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM A. BARRETT 

CAIN, ROSE M 515,299.02 

CHAMBERLAIN, M AGNES C 15,280.14 

CORBETT, ANNA D 9,495.66 

CORBETT, MICHAEL T ADM ASST, TO S C PT. 30 AND ADMIN ASST, 

FROM OCT. 1 12,024.99 

CUFFELD, JULIA H SECTY, 4,141.29 

DISALVATORE, DOMENICK 3,220.92 

DOLAN, ELIZABETH G TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 1 2,483.35 

RAGO, MICHAEL J 3,234.84 

SILLS, J ROBERT 5,654.76 

TAVANI, ARTHUR 3,234.84 

OFFICE OF HON. NICK BEGICH 

BAIRD, JANET R DI ST OFFICE SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 10 ... 1,400.00 

3ERNSD0RFF, CHRISTOPHER C SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 2,600.01 

BROWN, RUSSEL LEROY FRCM JULY 1 8,100.00 

CAREY, DAVID R OFFICE ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 30 1,200.00 

CLARK, WILLIAM B FRCM SEPT. 1 3,200.00 

FULLER, CAROLE L CASE WORKER, 5,000.00 

HINSON, CHARLES MICHAEL FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 450.00 

KENNEDY, EUGENE ALLEN ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

MANION, JUDITH IRENE CASEWORKER, 4,200.00 

MARTIN, GUY R LEGIS ASST, 10,000.02 

MCGINNIS, BRYAN T FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 1 1,453.83 

POTTER, WILLIAM FROM JULY 1 3,6C0.0C 

REGNER, WILLIAM J, III STAFF ASSISTANT, 4,800.00 

RICHPOATH, DOROTHY W OFFICE MGR , 5,874.98 

RUSSUM, DOROTHY B FROM SEPT. 11 2,933.33 

SCHNEIDER, MATTHILD C R EC EPT I ON I ST/C LK-TYP I S T , 4,050.00 

VIVIAN, EDITH E FROM JULY 1 4,500.00 

OFFICE OF HON. PAGE BELCHER 

BOLINGER, MARY ANN FROM JULY 1 4,801.02 

COFFEY, JOHN M FROM JULY 1 8,385.00 

DONAHUE, KATHERINE B FROM JULY 1 5,497.50 

FERNEAU, CYNTHIA LOVE FROM JULY 1 6,829.98 

LEAHY, KEVIN DOYLE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 

TO DEC. 12 644.00 

LOPP, VERA F FROM JULY 1 6,063.48 

MCCARTHY, ATHALIE ANN 7,500.00 

PICCO, SHERRIL ANN FROM JULY 1 5,247.48 

PUSSO, WILLIAM A RESEARCH ASST, 5,400.00 

SEVIER, SARA ROSALIE ADMIN ASST, 10,130.29 

TONEY, JOSEPHINE V SECRETARY, 1,647.30 

OFFICE OF HON. ALPHONZO 8ELL 

BLADES, RICHARD ADM ASST, 13,814.40 

CHACONAS, STEPHANY SECRETARY, 4,834.02 

DEGASON, STEPHANIE F STAFF ASST, 5,145.00 

FROHREICH, PAMELA J RESEARCH ASST, 3,795.00 

HILLEARY, FELICIA SECRETARY, 1,841.52 

HOGABOOM, ALMA C SECRETARY, 4,847.50 

HOLROYD, SHARON ANN LEGIS CORRESPONDENT, 4,083.34 

HOUSE, DALE W EXEC SECTY, 9,499.98 

KUHN, JANET LEGIS ASST, 11,500.02 

MYERS, SUSAN ANN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

REILLY, MARTIN W STAFF ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 21 220.29 

RIOS, ANTONIO A SECRETARY, 1,741.02 

SLOAN, HARRY E FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, 4,000.02 

TRAINOR, ROBERT J LEGIS ASST, 6,666.66 

ZIEGLER, RICHARD F LEGISLATIVE ASST, 6,499.98 



11 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES E. BENNETT 



ADAMS, REBECCA H 
ANDREWS, WILLIAM H 
BISHOP, VERA WEATHERLY 
BLALOCK, GORDON 
BORNE, LISETTE H 
BRYANT, SHIRLEY ANN 
OAR", NANCY ELLEN 
DAVIS, SHARON H 
DOSS, PRISCILLA S 
DUNCAN, JUDY F 

ELDRIDGE, JACQUELINE G 
HAWKINS, KENNETH D 
HILKERT, ROGER E 
HILL, JOYCE M 
JOHNSON, GAIL LESLIE 
JONES, JUDITH M 
MENDELSON, RICHARD P 
PCMPER, CAROL J 



POUCHER, ELIZABETH W 
SEGAL, ALETHEA GAIL 
STRINGFELLOW, AUDREY W 
TAYLOR, BRENDA CARLINE 
VANNELSON, NICHOLAS L 



FROM SEPT. 22 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 

CLE'K, 

CLERK, TO JULY 31 

CLERK, 

FROM SEPT. 25 TO NOV. 30 

FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 3 AND FROM SEPT. 

8 TO OCT. 27 

FROM OCT. 25 

FROM AUG. 19 TC AUG. 31 

LEGIS ASST, 

FROM DEC. 13 

FROM DEC. 19 

FROM SEPT. 5 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 

CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 AND SECRETARY, FROM 
OCT. 5 TO OCT. 31 AND CLERK, FROM NOV. 

1 

FROM SEPT. 3 TO SEPT. 8 

CLERK, TO AUG. 24 

CLERK, 

FROM OCT. 24 

ADM ASST, 



S1.650.0C 
6,000.00 
2,200.02 
1,500.00 
2,000.01 
3,925.02 
583.33 
6,250.02 
1,062.50 

2,473.33 
953.33 
140.00 

9,677.79 
300.00 
138.67 

2,497.21 
590.00 



4, 750.02 

86.67 

585.00 

9,250.02 

338.73 

13,200.00 



OFFICE OF HON. BOB BERGLAND 

3ART0S, LORLEE CASE WORKER, TC OCT. 31 AND SECTY, 

FROM NOV. 1 

BONE, SADIE M FROM SEPT. 1 TO SE D T. 30 

BUTLER, DIANE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 , 

DRESSEN, JOHN J FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FIELD REP, 

FROM AUG. 1 , 

HALVORSON, LINDA JANE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 20 , 

JOHNSON, HENRY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 ..... 

KEATING, RITA M SECRETARY, 

KINSMAN, ROBERT D FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FIELD REP, 

FROM AUG. 1 , 

LEARY, LYNN M FROM OCT. 1 , 

LIEBOWITZ, SARAH FROM SEPT. 1 , 

MARING, IRENE H DISTRICT SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 , 

NELSON, JE»I LEE SECY (DIST), TC AUG. 31 AND SECRETARY, 

FROM SEPT. 1 

OLMSTED, JOHN SHELDON FROM SEPT. 1 , 

OUSE, CLIFFORD M DISTRICT REP, TC AUG. 31 AND FIELD 

REPRESENTATIVE, FROM SEPT. 1 

PIERPAN, KATHLEEN P FROM JULY 1 

SAND, THOMAS R PRESS AIDE, TO AUG. 31 AND PRESS ASST, 

FROM SEPT. 1 , 

SCHRADER, RONALD F ADMIN ASST, 

SCOTT, BETTY E SECRETARY, 

SUTTER, BEN M FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND INTERN, 

FRCM DEC. 1 

WRIGHT, ANN A FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

YAGER, SARA J LEGIS ASST, 

OFFICE OF HON. JACKSON E. BETTS 

BLACK, KENNETH L LEGIS ASST, TO NOV. 30 

DILLON, BRENDA R SECRETARY, 

ERRECART, MICHAEL T FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 3C 

HYNES, MARGARET W PERSONAL SECTY, 

MINTER, FRANCES E SECRETARY, 

RATTI, DONNA KAY SECRETARY, 

SCHMOTZER, MARY F SECTY, 

SCHWAB, EMILY D FROM OCT. 1 

ZAHN, DONALD M ADM ASST, 



4,541.66 

291.67 

1,300.00 

2,879. 18 
338.88 
580.00 

6,083.33 

2,879.18 
1,766.67 
2,758.34 

3,708.34 

2. 725.00 

1. 750.01 

1,000.00 
6, 582.01 

11,823.66 

12,566.67 

5, 166.65 

775.00 
1,650.00 
7,633.32 



7,924.50 
4,970. 16 
2,000.01 
9,509.40 
4,698.90 
4,970. 16 
2,617.14 
3,750.00 
14,219.40 



88-914 O - 73 



12 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. TOM BEVILL 



8ETEN8AUGH, G C 
COCHRAN, MARY M 
JOHNSON, BETTY S 
KELLER, MAVIS L 
MAOOOX, SANDRA ANN 
MASON, MARY KATHERENE 
MOSS, BEVERLY L G 
NORRIS, IRENE R 
PARKS, MA»Y CATHERINE 
PRESCOTT, LOUISE E 
SAULS, PAT 

SCHMIED, ANITA MARIA 
SWEITZER, HENRY B 
WATTS, CHARLES C, JR 



PRESS ASST, $11,380.02 

SECRETARY 3,957.48 

PERSONAL SECTY, 7,782.48 

SECRETARY, 3,957.48 

SECRETARY, 720.00 

SECTY, 4,879.98 

SECTY 4,800.00 

SECTY, 3,475.02 

SECTY, 3,957.48 

SECRETARY, 4.537.5C 

SECRETARY, 4,800.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

FIELD PEP, 8,995.02 



OFFICE OF HON. MARIO BIAGGI 

AHL, MARY T STAFF ASSISTANT, TO JULY 15 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

AMODIO, TERESA FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

BLANCATO, ROBERT B CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 1 

CICCONE, THERESA FROM NOV. 16 

COLANFRI, JOSEPH LOUIS FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

CRONIN, THOMAS F, JR EXEC ASST, 

DICKMAN, ROBERT THOMAS FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

DWYER, MATTHEW R SPECIAL ASST, TO JULY 31 

ESPOSITO, DOMINIC FROM AUG. 16 TO SEPT. 15 

FELL, HELEN M FROM SEPT. 16 TO OCT. 15 

GONZALEZ, ELIZABETH FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

HALSEY, WILLIAM E LEGIS ASST, TO SEPT. 15 

ILCHUK, PETER K LEGIS ASST, 

KERN, MARY BETH FROM OCT. 16 TO NOV. 15 

KOESTER, ETHEL CASE WORKER, 

LEVINE, RAY EXEC SECTY, 

MATZ, JOYCE RESEARCH DIRECTOR, 

MCSHANE, JAMES M FROM SEPT. 16 

MEISTER, RUTH CASE WORKER, 

MOHAN, JANE ANNE LEGIS SECTY, 

NOLAN, CAROL SECTY-CASE WORKER, 

OBRIEN, NANCY L FROM SEPT. 16 

ONEIL, BARBARA M RECEPTIONIST, TO AUG. 31 , 

PAPPAS, AUDREY FROM JULY I TO NOV. 30 

PARK, SARAH K CASEWORKER, 

OUINN, JAMES V FROM DEC. 1 

RAVEN, JENNIE M FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 15 

WEINGARTNER, DOROTHY C FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 , 

WILKINSON, CYNTHIA M PERSONAL SECTY, 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD G. BIESTER, JR. 

ARMES, MARION B SECRETARY, 

BUSBY, LEONARD A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 ..... 

CARSON, RICHARD F SPECIAL ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 30 AND 

LEGIS ASST, FROM DEC. 1 

FOOTE, JOHN H, JR FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 16 

FROMUTH, AUGUST G, III RESEARCH ASST, 

FUNK, NELL E FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 16 , 

GLASER, BERNARD PRESS ASSISTANT, , 

KAYSER, ELLEN JO RESEARCH ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 31 

KIEL, JAMES S, JR EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT, 

KNOX, JACQUELINE FROM AUG. I 

KOSTERLITZKY, MARY L FROM JULY 1 

LOGAN, SHARON J FROM AUG. 26 , 

MCCLUNG, ROBIN W SECTY, TO NOV. 30 AND LEGIS SECRETARY, 

FROM DEC. 1 

MUCHNICKI, E DENNIS FROM SEPT. 1 

RICHARDSON, JEFFREY FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 16 , 

SALE, DANA W SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

SALLADA, ELIZABETH L SECRETARY, 

STROUSE, RONALD L LEGIS ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND EXECUTIVE 

ASST, FROM DEC. 1 



1,250.00 
1.00C.00 

658.33 
2,250.00 
1,000.00 
8,675.02 
1,916.66 
1,000.00 
1,000.00 
1,000.00 
1,000.00 
2,395.82 
7,999.98 
1,000.00 
2,500.02 
4,699.98 
7,500.00 
c , 104.16 
3,000.00 
3,466.66 
3,750.00 
1,895.85 
1,083.34 
1,041.65 
5,250.00 

958.33 
1,000.00 
1,000.00 
3,600.00 



3,551.70 

580.00 

6.4C8.33 
664.44 

1,733.34 
664.44 

8, 174.46 
866.66 

9, 103.98 
1,562.50 
5,453.52 
2,847.21 

4,941.15 
400.00 
664.44 
679.17 

2,252.88 

7, 172.93 



13 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JONATHAN B. 8INGHAM 

ALTMAN, PAULA $6,300.00 

ARONOWITZ, KAREN FROM AUG. 1 2,117.00 

BULKO, JACK FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 500.00 

CHORBA, TIMOTHY A FROM SEPT. 1 3,476.20 

CONDLIFFE, ARTHUR J FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 2,296.62 

DANOWITZ, JOAN M SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

DELANEY, GEORGE T FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,200.00 

OUBRO, HENRY A FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 285.00 

FELSENTHAL, LUCILLE 5,524.98 

KAHN, ARTHUR M FROM JULY 1 4,127.34 

LONG, PATRICIA C CASE WORKER, 5,431.66 

LOPES, PATRICIA M TO SEPT. 30 AND FRCM NOV. 1 1,319.85 

LUTZKER, ARNOLD P LEGIS ASST, To AUG. 4 1,227.77 

MAJAK, RALPH ROGER FROM JULY 1 12,600.00 

NEZIN, RUTH K 7,713.87 

OFFEN, EVELYN FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 500.00 

ORGAN, JAMES MARTIN FROM DEC. 1 792.94 

PERRY, SHEELAGH JEAN 5,524.98 

SHERIDAN, DEBORAH J 2,599.98 

SPIRO, EDWARD MARK FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 7CC.00 

TAYLOR, MERIVA I FROM DEC. 1 300.00 

TOPIEL, AMY E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 935.67 

TORELLI, LENORE 3,319.98 

VLASTO, JAMES S 6,000.00 

OFFICE OF HON. BENJAMIN B. BLACKBURN 

BOYD, BLAIR JOAN LEGIS SECTY, 5,922.78 

CAVANAUGH, DOROTHY K PERSONAL SECRETARY, 6,977.82 

DAVIS, JANET A SECRETARY, 5,659.02 

DAVIS, MARILYN B FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 15 750.00 

DILLARD, BEN H FRCM DEC. 1 2,527.00 

GOSNELL, WILLIAM LEE SPECIAL ASST, 9,758.76 

GUILFOY, KATHY E SECRETARY, 4,864.40 

HAYNES, LINDA P SECRETARY, 4,864.40 

HENDERSON, LAURA V SECRETARY, 5,131.50 

NELSON, MARTHA F CLERICAL ASST, 2,400.00 

PHELPS, RAYMOND A, II FROM SEPT. 11 TO NOV. 15 2,166.67 

RICHARDSON, SYBIL A LEGIS SECTY, TO JULY 15 424.54 

SLYE, MARY ANN SECRETARY, 4,603.98 

TAVARES, GEORGIA T SECRETARY, 4,803.98 

TIDWELL, DREW V, III LEGIS ASST, 8,619.12 

WALTON, BETTY J SECRETARY, 3,420.35 

OFFICE OF HON. RAY BLANTCN 

BORIN, ALDO ALBERT RESEARCH ASST., 6,000.00 

BROWNE, SUSAN M SECRETARY, 4,773.64 

COPELAND, RICKEY LYNN CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 1,575.00 

DRIVER, SANDPA LEHMAN SECRETARY, 4,849.14 

FLYNN, JOHN DAVID CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

GAMBLE, JOHN L LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, TO OCT. 31 AND 

ADMINISTRATIVE PRESS ASST, FROM NOV. 1 9,702.16 

HUDSON, NINA SECTY, 4,374.59 

JOHNSON, GALE D PERSONAL SECTY, TO NOV. 3C AND SECTY, 

FROM DEC. 1 8,406.67 

MCKNIGHT, JAMES W, JR FIELD REP, 8,523.64 

MEDLIN, DORIS ANN SECRETARY 3,270.48 

NACKE, JANE KAY LEGISLATIVE ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND 

SECTY, FROM DEC. 1 4,616.52 

POPE, ANN B SECRETARY, 3,794.14 

ROWELL, BETTY JEAN SECRETARY, 3,794.14 

WADSWORTH, SUSAN H CASE WORKER, TO NOV. 30 AND 

SECTY-CASE WORKER, FROM DEC. 1 5,271.16 

YANCEY, ALLEN, JR FIELD SECRETARY, 3,750.00 



14 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN ft. BLATNIK 

ALLEN, MARGARET L $4,014.96 

3EATTY, GILDA KAY FROM JULY 1 A, 924.98 

DANIELS, THOMAS 3, JR FROM JULY 1 4,375.02 

FLAX, CHARLOTTE STAFF ASST 7,712.94 

GABEL, CAROLINE D 6,269.52 

GERSH, MARK STAFF ASST, 600.00 

GILBERT, KAREN M STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 835.21 

KAUCHICK, JOSEPH A STAFF ASST, 3.000.0C 

LACARIA, GANCIE JANE PERSONAL SECY, 12,049.68 

NAUGHTON, MARY J STAFF ASST, 5,538.73 

STONE, PATRICIA H STAFF ASST, 7,648.74 

TRIMBLE, GLORIA JEAN FROM JULY 1 4,924.98 

VOORHEES, EDNA M STAFF ASST, 3,217.74 

YARRINGTON, M ARY JANE STAFF ASST, 7,712.94 

OFFICE OF HON. HALE BOGGS 

3UDLQNG, MARION SECRETAPY, 6,883.86 

CHAMBLISS, WILLIE CLERK, 2,185.92 

GREENBLATT, PATRICIA FROM JULY 1 TQ JULY 23 AND FROM JULY 

24 TO JULY 28 260.00 

KAVALJIAN, MOLLIE P 8,512.50 

KFRR, LYNN A SECRET AR Y/ F I L E CLERK, TO JULY 31 571.46 

MAC4LUS0, SUE R SECRETARY 3,250.00 

MAHONY, PATRICIA J SECRETARY OIST., 7,938.16 

MANNING, ETHEL L SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 793.22 

MCGEOWN, NANCY M SECRETARY, 7,050.90 

PATRICK, BETSY E FROM AUG. 14 2,283.33 

RATHE, BARBARA A EXEC SECRETAPY, 14,415.36 

VOFLKER, EVA S RECEPTIONIST 7,978.36 

WALTERS, BftRBARA M SECRETARY, 1,140.03 

WHINEREY, ANNE MARIE SECTY-CASE WORKER, 4,431.00 

ZIEGLER, DEBORAH C FROM JULY 24 TO AUG. 26 330.00 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD P. BOLAND 

RORYS, SANORA SECRETARY, TO JULY 16 374.09 

CAMPBELL, JOAN FAY SECRETARY, 8,540.64 

CREIGHTON, ANNE M SECRETARY 10,356.42 

DENISON, LINDA F SECRETARY, 5,454.00 

DONOGHUE, PATRICK J ADM ASST, 13,836.18 

ENDICOTT, WILLIAM T FROM AUG. I 4,218.10 

FAORELL, GALE ANN CLERK, 3,000.00 

GALLAGHER, NOREEN M SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 1,720.54 

HALEY, RICHARD D FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

KFANEY, JOHN DAVID ADM ASST, 8,762.61 

KEEGAN, ROBERT CLERK, TO SEPT. 15 1.25C.0& 

KEYES, G ELIZABETH CLERK, 4,000.02 

KOKONOWSKI, PAUL R ADM ASST, 3,762.61 

WILLIAMS, SADIE L FROM SEPT. 1 2,000.00 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD BOLLING 

BODINSON, LAURENCE SECRETARY, 15,289.02 

BROWN, CHARLES EDWARD FROM JULY 1 2,561.82 

BROWN, DOLORES L RECEPTIONIST, 4,518.06 

CAMPBELL, JUDY ANN SECRETAPY 5,563.50 

CARTER, DAVIS BLAKE ASSISTANT, 2,447.40 

CARTER, MARY BUSCH CONSULTANT 5,303.28 

GLORIOSO, STEVEN A AIDE, 2,849.50 

HUDGENS, DEANNA DIXIE CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 4,603.43 

LEVITT, THOMAS W CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 19 490.00 

LEWIS, ELEANOR G LEGIS ASST, 6,608.38 

SNIEZEK, ROBERT A SPFCIAL ASSISTANT, 2,561.94 

SUMIDA, GLADYCE T FXEC SECTY, 7,087.74 

UHL, GLADYS B ADM ASST, 15,280.14 

WARREN, MYRNITH MAY CLERK, 3,867.24 



15 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. FRANK T. BOW 



FALLS, JESSEMINE A SECRETARY, 

FRANCE, GEORGE H SECRETARY, 

FRAZIER, ERNEST M CLERK, 

KOCH, MAXINE E SECRETARY, 

LEKANOER, GILBERT ADMASST, 

MOLZAN, DONNA JEAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 

MORELAND, SOPHIA SECPETARY, TO SEPT. 30 AND SFCTY, FROM 

OCT. 1 

MURPHY, GRACE ANN SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 3C AND SECTY, FROM 

OCT. I 

SAVILLE, RUSSELL P CLEPK, 

STRACHEN, JUDITH S SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 3C AND SECTY, FROM 

OCT. 1 

WAGNER, DAPHNE J CLERK, TO OCT. 3 

WATKINS, LAURA E SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 5 

WELSHIMER, MARK J CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN BRADEMAS 

ARMELIN, PATRICIA ANN FROM JULY 1 

BENNETT, JAMES A FROM SEPT. 5 TO \0V. 24 

DIAMOND, LYNN BETH FROM JULY 5 TO AUG. 29 

FOX, EDNA T CASEWORKER, 

FREDERICK, MARIANNE FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 3C 

GALES, SHEILA FROM DEC. 1 

GASEOR, KATHLEEN M FROM JULY 1 

GERSH, MARK RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 31 

HOFFMAN, LINDA R FROM AUG. 14 TC NOV. 30 

HOJNACKI, WILLIAM P FROM JULY 1 

HONEYCUTT, ROBERT E FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 

HUNT, RICHARD B FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. B 

HYER, GREG RICHARD STAFF ASST, TO NOV. 24 

KAISER, CHARLES R TO AUG. 29 AND TO AUG. 26 

KING, LINDA DIANE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

LINDER, MORTON L FIELD REP 

MCGEE, MARIE V FROM DEC. 1 

MOFFITT, CHARLES T FROM JULY 1 

MOONEY, JAMES P FROM JULY 1 

RIBARICH, AGNES M PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

SUTULA, THOMAS L STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 AND FIELD REP, 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

THOMPSON, MELINDA FROM JULY 1 

WELSH, JUDITH ANN FROM JULY 5 TO SEPT. 22 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK J. BRASCO 

ALPER, YETTA FROM OCT. 1 

APRIGLIANO, JOHANNA C CLERK, TO OCT. 31 

3AL0T, MIRIAM EVA CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND SECTY, FROM AUG. 

1 TO SEPT. 30 

BOBO, JUDITH R SECRETARY, 

CATAPANO, THOMAS FRANK CLERK, 

CIPOLLA, CHARLES FROM OCT. 1 

DEPAOLI, ALBERT CLERK, 

FELDERMAN, LENORA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 19 

HILL, MAY D SECRETARY, 

JURITH, EDWARD H CLERK, TO JULY 31 

KILROY, FRANCIS X FROM JULY 1 

LOCKE, RUTH CLERK, 

MANNO, DOMENICK T CLERK, 

MISIANO, MARY CORADI SECRETARY, 

SABELLA, ANITA D CLERK, 

SCHEKIRA, JACK R FROM JULY 1 

SCORDO, ROSE 

SILBEY, IRENE COHEN SECRETARY, 

STEVENS, SARAH D CLERK, 

WATNICK, HARRY FRCM NOV. 1 

ZITO, ANITA M FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 



$9,665.01 

6,709.98 

6,750.00 

11,064.99 

15,297.48 

590.00 

6,960.00 



6,000, 
1,032. 



6,000.00 

1,635.25 

3,877.79 

600.00 



4,648.40 
1,200.00 

794.43 
7,310.40 
1,875.00 

25C.OO 
5,900.02 

496.00 
2, 377.79 
6,2 50.00 

466.67 

193.33 
2, 160.00 
1,002.50 

866.66 

2,800.02 

1, 108.33 

10,666.67 

15,033.34 

7,411.25 

700.00 
3,731.25 
1, 126.65 



1,250.01 
2,833.32 

1, 166.67 
6,300.00 
It 150.02 
1.500.0C 
4,800.00 

490.00 
6,499.98 

83C.58 
7,296.00 
3, 750.00 
6,900.00 
8,850.00 
4,249.98 
7,000.02 
3, 199.98 
1,966.66 
4,000.02 
1,416.66 
1,661.16 



16 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM G. BRAY 



ALLEN, TERESA A 
BROWN, MARY J 
COOK, DOROTHY W 
OAVISSON, LEANN 
ELLIS, VALESKA A 
GIFFIN, PORTIA R 
GORDON, MAXINE C 

GRAY, CAROLE V 
HUGHBANKS, TERRI 
MARKLAND, GWEN R 
MERKLE, BRUCE F 
NIEBEL, JANET LEE 
PROSSER, CAROL S 
SARGENT, BARBARA J 
SCOTT, NANCY SUE 
SLATINSHEK, MARY C 
SNODGRASS, IVA GENEIL 
STEELE, RUTH M 
STEELE, RUTH M 
WHITE, GERALDINE 



FROM JULY 1 

SECTY, 

SECRETARY, 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 18 

FROM SEPT. 1 

SECTY, 

SECTY, TO NOV. 30 AND DIST OFFICE 

MANAGER, FROM DEC. 1 

SECRETARY, 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

SECTY, 

FROM JULY 5 

SECTY, 

SECTY, , 

SECTY, , 

EXEC-PERSONAL SECTY, , 

SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 

FROM SEPT. 1 , 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 , 

FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 , 

FROM JULY 1 



500.00 
899.98 
825.02 
150.00 
433.32 
900.02 

412.52 

250.00 
500.00 
175.02 
960.00 
299.98 
949.98 
583.33 
937.50 
000.00 
000.00 
375.00 
750.00 
500.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN B. BREAUX 



BOUOREAUX, CHARLES, SR FROM NOV. 

CAIN, JAMES D FROM OCT. 

CARLSON, GORDON S FROM OCT. 

CORDOVA, RAYMOND C FROM OCT. 

GOCHENOUR, DIANE B FROM OCT. 

JONES, LLOYD G FROM OCT. 

MANUEL, ROLAND A FROM OCT. 

MILLER, PAMELA E FROM OCT. 

MILLER, SHARON K FROM OCT. 

QUIGLEY, JANICE MAYER FROM OCT. 

TREADWAY, DEE ANNE FROM OCT. 

WILMER, CHARLOTTE M FROM OCT. 

ZAUNBRECHER, R L, JR FROM NOV. 



TO OCT. 13 



1,916.66 

3,000.00 
4,500.00 
3,000.00 
2,750.01 
3,750.00 
3,000.00 
3,375.00 
2,627.79 
2,250.00 

386.39 
5,000.01 

800.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JACK BRINKLEY 



FURMAN, JOANN 
HAMMER, ANN DEGRAZIA 
LANEY, LEILA DAVIS 
LAYFIELD, ERNEST, III 
MICKLE, JACK P, SR 
MILES, DOROTHY H 
PHILLIPS, BEVERLY GAIL 
SMITH, RODNEY ALLEN 
SOLOMON, HELEN W 
STOREY, LA ROSE E 
SULLIVAN, NANCY B 
WHEELER, LARRY M 
WITTE, RUTH A 



FROM JULY 24 TO SEPT. 10 ... 
SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY-DISTRICT, 

FROM AUG. 29 TO SEPT. 24 ... 
DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE, ... 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 20 

PRESS SECRETARY, TO NOV. 13 

SECRETARY-DISTRICT, 

SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY-DISTRICT, 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, .. 



664.59 
599.98 
518.00 
520.00 
589.02 
245.00 
000.00 
976.77 
559.98 
000.00 
085.98 
249.78 
507.48 



OFFICE OF HON. JACK BROOKS 



ABNEY, WILSON R 
BOREN, SUSAN HOPE 
BUESING, DONNA C 
BURKE, BARBARA L 
CARNEAL, LEE L 
CARTER, DAVIS BLAKE 
ENGLISH, JESSE L 
FLEISCHMANN, DRUENETTE 
GELMAN, ANDREA S 
HANSEN, JANE S 
HEUER, GARY WAYNE 
HEUER, MARY VIRGINIA 
HILTER8RICK, FAY C 
JONES, WILLIAM MARK 
LAHUE, SALLY ANN 
LEWIS, DORETHEA E 
MATTS, DOROTHY SHARON 
MCGOWN, MICHAEL E 



FROM DEC. 1 

FROM JULY 1 TO DEC. 16 

FROM JULY 1 

FROM NOV. 27 

TO JULY 14 

FROM SEPT. 5 

FROM SEPT. 1 

ADM ASST, TO NOV. 30 .. 

FROM DEC. 4 

FROM JULY 1 

FROM JULY 1 



916.67 
320.00 
716.66 
708.33 
250.00 
000.00 
46.67 
875.00 
173.35 
000.02 
386.67 
3 74.99 
653.35 
791.65 
562.50 
266.65 
500.00 
216.65 



17 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM S. 3ROOMFIELD 



BPYAN, CONRADENE M SECRETARY 

CARLISLE, LESLIE C 

COMER, NANCY G SECRETARY, TO NCV. 30 AND PERS SECTY, 

FROM DEC. 1 

CONSTANTIN, SARAH L SECTY, TO AUG. 17 

GRANT, ROBERT E RESEARCH ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND LEGIS 

ASST, FROM DEC. I 

HARRISON, FRANCENA T FROM OCT. 3 

HOLLAND, WILLIAM M FROM JULY 1 

LUCAS, SANDRA A SECTY, TO SEPT. 30 

SCHLAPAK, ELAINE M CASE WORKER, 

SINCLAIR, C GORDON CLERK, 

SINCLAIR, JOHN R ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 

SULLIVAN, BARBARA J SECRETARY, 

THOMSON, KATHLEEN I SECTY, TO NOV. 30 AND CLERK, FROM DEC. 

1 

TOMAN, THOMAS L DI ST OFFICE MGR . , 

VANYO, ELEANOR M FROM SEPT. 11 

VERBY, CAROL ABIGAIL SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND CLERK, FROM 

DEC. 1 

WEEKS, RODNEY B FROM NOV. 1 

OFFICE OF HON. DONALD G. BROTZMAN 

AZURE, JUDITH M SECTY, 

BRYANT, CHESTA BELL STENOGRAPHER, 

CHALMERS, WALTON M, II TECHNICIAN, 

DEESE, SUSAN HALL FROM JULY 5 TO AUG. 15 

DELCOUR, DAVID W 

EVANS, JAMES D CLERK, TO JULY 9 AND FROM SEPT. 1 .... 

FLEMING, SHELLEY M FROM JULY 10 

FORTIER, DIANNE L CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 25 

FRITTS, JANIS L SECRETARY, TO JULY 14 

HALL, JEAN HUTTO SECRETARY, 

HINES, VERNA B CASE WORKER, 

KEYS, HARRIETT E SECRETARY, 

REED, CHRISTINE J FROM SEPT. 11 TO OCT. 9 

REED, JAMES A RESEARCH ASST, 

R08ISON, VIRGINIA SECRETARY, 

SINGLETON, ELIZABETH SECTY, TO JULY 31 

SLOVEK, FLORENCE J EXEC SECRETARY, 

TELESCO, KAREN M FROM AUG. 21 

TONSING, ROBERT L, JR ADM ASST, 

WILLIAMS, RITA J FROM AUG. 1 

OFFICE OF HON. CLARENCE J. BROWN 

BROOKS, JOSEPH A FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

COOLEY, JAMES V, JR SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND OIST SECTY, 

FROM NOV. 8 TO DEC. 4 

FLORY, DIANE E SECRETARY, 

GANO, VIRGINIA C SECRETARY, 

GREENING, JAMES D CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

INTERN, FROM AUG. 16 TO AUG. 18 

HAMLYN, MARTHA FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

HARPSTER, MARGARET EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 

HEIDINGER, JAMES V, II FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

1 TO SEPT. 3C 

INSLEY, SUSAN JANE SECRETARY, 

KING, WAYNE R PRESS RELATIONS SECTY, 

MCINTIRE, JAMES D FROM AUG. 25 TO SEPT. 2 

MIKSCH, THOMAS JAMES FROM JULY I TO AUG. 31 AND DISTRICT 

SECTY, FROM NOV. 8 TO DEC. 5 

MILLER, MARGARET K SECRETARY, 

SCHECK, JAY T, JR LEGISLATIVE ASST, 

SHARPE, DOROTHY M FROM JULY 1 

SPENCER, SHIRLEY D SECRETARY, 



$3,802.02 
2,125.00 

6,098.85 
953.05 

4,333.32 
1,588.90 
3,000.00 
1,875.00 
4,333.35 
1,200.00 
11,708.32 
4, 166.67 

2, 833.35 
6,499.98 
2,566.67 

3,541.65 
800.00 



4,699.98 
1,500.00 
2,719.99 

939.58 
9, 750.00 
1, 158.33 
2,850.00 

730.90 

290.03 
4,699.98 
4, 125.00 
3,000.00 

523.61 
4,725.0C 
4,800.00 

553.83 

7, 750.02 

2,347.24 

15,286.50 

2,708.35 



3,753.61 
3,870.53 
3,870.53 

482.50 

900.00 

11,841.09 

1, 173.33 

5,085. 19 

8,640.01 

86.67 

2,459.82 
4, 100.67 
8,949.99 
5,978.32 
1,454.00 



18 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CLARENCE J. BROWN - CONTINUED 

WAR8INGTON, FRANK DIST SECRETARY, $9,530.43 

WHITEHEAD, MARY LOUISE FROM JULY 1 4,718.31 

OFFICE OF HON. GARRY BROWN 

BARRACK, BEVERLY A CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND CASE 

WORKER-SECTY, FROM NOV. 1 5,666.67 

DELONG, DEANNA LEE FROM JULY 1 7,666.68 

DRAEGERT, HOPE E FROM AUG. 14 TO OCT. 31 AND LEGIS 

SECTY, FRCM NOV. I 2,723.63 

FARNAM, KATHERINE A FROM SEPT. 11 2,611.12 

GILMORE, SYDNEY F FROM JULY 11 TO AUG. 18 380. CO 

GREENE, BAR8ARA W LEGIS SECY, TO SEPT. 8 2,172.21 

HORN, WILLIAM P FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,333.34 

HOWARD, ALYCE V CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND SECTY, FROM NOV. 

1 5,604.18 

LAMPMANN, JGHN W FROM JULY 1 9,833.33 

NOOR, ELIZABETH SUE CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND SECTY, FROM NOV. 

1 3,979.18 

RAJKOWSKI, JOANNE FROM JULY 17 1,872.79 

ROSS, RICHARD S CLERK, TO AUG. 4 368.33 

SOLI, LEWIS F CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND DISTRICT REP, 

FROM DEC. 1 8,083.33 

WIDDER, THEODORE C, III LEGIS ASST, 8,250.02 

YOHN, SHELIA ANN CLERK, 3,979.18 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES T. BROYHILL 

APPELOUIST, CAROL L SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 650. OC 

CASTLE, RITA L SECRETARY, 4,770.83 

CLARK, RUTH TRI°LFTT FRO" JULY 1 TO JULY 31 700.00 

CLAYTON, MARY LYNN SECRETARY, 5,392.52 

CLEMENTS, BARBARA A SECRETARY, 4,773.33 

DAWSON, WILMA P SECRETARY, 2,110.02 

EDWARDS, EDYTHE MAE SECTY, 6,041.68 

GUFFEY, NELLIE W SECRETARY, 4,429.98 

GUMEROVE, SAUNDRA FRO" JULY 24 3,622.23 

HENRY, MARY CLAIRE SECTY, 4,845.00 

HOLTON, WILLIAM M RESEARCH ASST, 4,750.02 

KELL, RICHARD C CLERK 3,933.35 

KIMBERLIN, JOSEPHINE SECRETAPY, 4,429.98 

KNOWLES, SARAH P FROM AUG. I TO AUG. 31 AND SECTY DIST 

OFFICE, FROM DEC. 1 1,400.00 

SMITH, MARGARET DIANNE SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 1,333.34 

SRODES, CECILE Z SECRETARY, 8,522.48 

STITT, CAROL D RESEARCH ASST, TO JULY 31 : 1,250.00 

WARD, BRENDA WILKES SECRETARY, TO JULY 12 300.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOEL T. BROYHILL 

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

APPEL, FREDRIC C RESEARCH ASST 1,200.00 

ELLIS, OARLA CHERIE FROM SEPT. 13 1,008.00 

FITZGERALD, BARBARA ANN FROM JULY I 4, 057. GO 

HARDY, DONNA JEAN SECRETARY, 4,200.00 

HARMON, JEAN H PERSONAL SECPETAPY, 8,100.00 

HOCTOR, HAPRIET W FROM JULY 1 4,099.98 

KOENIG, CLAIRE SECRETARY, TO OCT. 9 2,502.49 

KROUT, HOMER LEE ADM ASST, 15,150.00 

LOWE, MARTHA M FROM DEC. 1 TO DEC. 28 622.22 

MCCANN, ELIZABETH C LFGIS ASST, 9,150.00 

MCCARTHY, KATHLEEN ° CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 19 490. CC 

MILLER, SABPA B FROM OCT. 29 TO DEC. 2 680.00 

NELLOR, EDWARD K RESEARCH ASST, 1,200.00 

ORDOYNE, SUSAN CLAIRE FROM AUG. I TO AUG. 31 250.00 

SHAFTON, SHIRLEY F SECRETARY, 7,099.98 

SPENGER, MAPTHA SECRETARY, 5,149.98 

STEINKULLER, WILLIAM FRCM OEC. 1 100.00 

WALLACE, JANIE SECRETARY, 3,983.35 



19 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN BUCHANAN 

DRAGNICH, LINDA T 
GOLDEN, CAROLYN R 
GURNEY, JEAN 
JONES, RANSOM 
KAY, THOMAS 
LEONARD, KAYE C 
LOMAX, WILLIAM L 
MANN, JANEAN L 
PARKER, KIMBERLY C 

PROSEK, LINDA 

RICH, ROBIN 
SMITH, EFFIE MARLENE 
WELDEN, WILLIAM EDGAR 
WILLIE, LOUIS 



CHIEF CASEWORKER $5,608.35 

FROM JULY 1 6,467.67 

FROM SEPT. 1 3,116.67 

FROM JULY 1 2,779.15 

ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

DISTRICT OFFICE SECRETARY, 3,708.33 

FROM SEPT. 1 666.67 

EXEC ASST 11,516.67 

CLERK-TYPIST, TO NOV. 30 AND STAFF 

ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 1 3,427.07 

RECEPTIONIST, 5,108.32 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

LEGIS SECY, 5,358.33 

DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE, 7,615.00 

STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 600.00 



OFFICE OF HON. J. HERBERT BURKE 

BLACKBURN, LOIS CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND LEGIS SECTY, 

FROM DEC. 1 

8RENL0VE, MILDRED M FROM SEPT. 1 

BROOKS, GALE D CLERK, 

CURELLA, J GENE FROM JULY 1 

DEXTER, CAROL A CLERK 

FARNSWORTH, JANICE C FROM JULY 1 

FINK, BENJAMIN W CLERK, 

HINES, ALBIN H 

HVASTA, JOHN ADMIN AIDE, TO JULY 15 

KAYNER, CHARLEEN CLERK, 

MALANEY, ELINOR L FROM JULY 1 

MCVEIGH, BETTY P FROM NOV. 1 

MEADE, SUSAN L FROM AUG. 10 TO AUG. 18 

RICH, REGINA ELIZABETH SECRETARY, 

WINER, ILENE FRANCES FROM JULY 1 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES A. BURKE 

BARON, ANDREW FROM OCT. 1 

CURRAN, JAMES FRANCIS FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

DAGOSTINO, YVETTE R CLERK, 

EVERY, ALLYSON C FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 23 

HERN, ELLEN C CLERK, TO JUNE 30 

KELLEY, KEVIN JOHN FROM AUG. 24 TO SEPT. 15 AND ASST 

AGENCY COORD, FROM SEPT. 16 

KING, JOHN J EXEC SEC T Y-ECONOMI ST , 

MANCIAS, EDNA C LEGIS ASST, 

MAYO, ROBIN STENOGR APH ER/ SECRET ARY , 

MCGILVEARY, ROBERT D ASST VETS AFF COORD, 

MIDMAN, JOY SECRETARY, 

MOORE, EDWARD J ADM ASST, 

MULLIGAN, GREGORY F FROM DEC. 1 

NEDDER, EDWARD T CLERK, 

PARKER, JACQUELINE AGENCY COORD I NATOR , 

RYAN, JOHN F, JR VETS AFF COORD, 

SWARTZ, DEBORAH ASST LEGIS ASST, 

TUOHY, MARY J ASST TO ADMIN ASST, 

VASAS, CHRISTINA E ASST AGENCY COORDINATOR, TO SEPT. 15 

VISNICK, BENJAMIN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

OFFICE OF HON. OMAR BURLESON 

CURTIS, JUDITH S OFFICE MANAGER, 

DYER, REBECCA R FROM DEC. II 

GRU3BS, WALTER B DISTRICT MGR 

HOOVER, CLAUDIA M SECTY, 

JFNKE, KAREN LOIS CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 21 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

KING, ARMAN D FIELD REP, 

KUREK, KATHRYN C SECTY, 

MCCRAY, LINDA LEA SECTY TO OFFICE MGR, 

.MEEK, ELSIE H SECTY, TO DEC. 9 

PHILLI°S, ZENO J FROM JULY 1 



5, 326.65 

2,700.00 

4,660.00 

10,663.33 

3,335.85 

4,810.83 

1,291.68 

3,118.80 

937.50 

5, 161.65 

6,397.90 

993.34 

160.00 

3, 169. 16 

4,410.32 



300.00 
300.00 
5,313.00 
448.29 
124.83 

2,227.73 
8,925.00 
5,275.02 
4, 167.00 
4,852.98 
3,499.98 
14,432.52 
150.00 
2,725.02 
4, 747.50 
7, 822.50 
4, 800.00 
6, 963.00 
1,458.32 
300.00 



15,300.00 

444.45 

10,340.52 

6,495.48 

720.00 
5, 584.50 
4, 837.34 
4,500.00 
7, 148.37 
6, 751.98 



20 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. 8ILL D. BURLISON 



ALSOORF, PATS ICI A ANN 
BECK, LENZIE MANFORD 
BENTON, PATRICIA FERN 
CLAIR, HARRIET JANE 
DICKERSON, DONALD L 
DIVERS, MINNA R 
HEROD, JAMES W 
MYKLAND, SUSAN E 
NUTTER, JOHN F 
PROSSER, MICHAL SUE 
RHYNE, MILDRED B 
SCHERER, FRED L, JR 
WALLS, QUEENIE 
WILSON, LEONARD H 



FROM OCT. 1 $1,628.46 

CLERK, '..SCO. 24 

CLERK, 2,795.76 

SECRETARY, 4,328.58 

TO AUG. 31 1,085.36 

CLERK, 6,382.74 

CLERK, 5,429.40 

SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 8 1,603.76 

LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 5,011.26 

EXEC SECRETARY, 11,133.34 

SECRETARY, 3,250.02 

CLERK, TO JULY 31 550.00 

SECRETARY, 4,275.84 

CLERK, TO AUG. 5 583.33 



OFFICE OF HON. PHILLIP BUTTON 



BEEMAN, JOSIAH H FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND CLERK, 

FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 AND ASSISTANT, 
FRGM DEC. I 

BUTLER, A CHRISTINE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 
JULY 31 

BUTLER, DIANE FROM DEC. 1 

COLEMAN, NINA ANN SECRETARY, 

CONLON, HELEN M FROM SEPT. 1 

CONLON, RICHARD P FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

GAIL, DANIEL BENJAMIN FROM DEC. 1 

KENNEDY, SUSAN CLERK, 

KIELIGER, FRANK J CLERK, 

KRAUSE, PATRICIA A CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 

LARSON, NANCY LOU FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

OCT. 1 

LEONG, NANCY M SECRETARY, 

MARTINEZ, NICOMEDES J CLERK, 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 

RICKS, MARIAN G SECRETARY, 

SARSFIELD, EDWIN S ASSISTANT, 

SHEAN, MAURICE J FROM SEPT. 16 

THOMAS, DORIS R ASST, 

WINKEL, ADRIAN P ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 31 

ZAKOTNIK, JOHN FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

OFFICE OF HON. M. CALDWELL BUTLER 

ANDERSON, VIVIAN FROM NOV. 8 

BOWMAN, RANDAL RAY FROM NOV. 8 

CROWDER, CAMELLIA H FROM OEC . I 

CULLEN, RICHARD FROM NOV. 8 

GREGSON, JEFF STUART FROM NOV. 8 

HATCHER, MARY SUZANNE FROM NOV. 8 

HUMPHREYS, ROBERT W FROM NOV. 8 TO NOV. 12 

KINDT, JOHN WARREN FROM NOV. 8 

MCKENNA, JOYCE LEE FROM NOV. 8 

WILSON, CHARLES D FROM DEC. 13 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES A. BYRNE 

ANDERSON, DAVID A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

BOCCELLA, ANNE CLERK 

BOGGS, EDITH H CLERK, 

DIGIROLAMO, NATE CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

DOYLE, JOSEPH E CLERK, 

FOLEY, ROBERT J FROM SEPT. 1 

HAGAN, JAMES F CLERK, 

LOUGHRAN, ALMA J FROM OCT. 1 

LOUGHRAN, JOSEPH J CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 

LYNCH, ANNE M CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

MCDONNELL, CATHERINE R FROM NOV. 1 

MEADES, EDNA M CLERK, 

ONEAL, SHIRLEY M SECTY, TO AUG. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

SEPT. 1 

POLCINO, DELORES P CLERK, 

RAMSEY, RUTH ARLINE ADM ASST, 



500.00 

100.00 

6,300.00 

2,412.00 

333.34 

166.67 

4,999.98 

12,000.00 

300.00 

800.00 
5,250.00 
4,999.98 

700.00 
4, 75C.02 
7,875.00 
5,250.00 
9, 150.00 
4, 366.66 

300.00 



2, 142.08 
1,840.28 

700.00 
1, 325.00 
1,325.00 
2, 142.08 

173.61 
1,325.00 
2, 142.08 

794.44 



450.00 

3,354.48 

2,389.50 

583.34 

12,348.48 

1,491.00 

2,031.48 

443.01 

443.01 

745.50 

852.66 

4, 172.52 

11,866.02 

2,889.00 

15,265.66 



21 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 

JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES A. BYRNE - CONTINUED 

REESE, ANNA CLERK, S2,389.50 

SMITH, ALBERTA CLERK, TO OCT. 31 1,705.32 

SMITH, REGINA B SECTY, 7,500.00 

WEIHS, GLORIA E SECTY, TO AUG. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

SEPT. 1 8,075.52 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN W. BYRNES 

CUMMINGS, AUDREY DELL CLERK, 1,779.33 

DECOCK, ROSEMARY SECRETARY, 3,165.00 

GLENN, MARJORIE C SECRETARY, 6,804.78 

HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 2,916.66 

MELE, MARJORIE ANN SECRETARY, 5,064.00 

MONTAGUE, PHOEBE A SECRETARY, 4,483.74 

RANDLETT, CATHERINE C SECRETARY, 4,800.24 

SCHUCK, JAROLD R STAFF ASST, TO DEC. 15 8,897.18 

SLAUGHTER, GENE K CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 500.01 

SMITS, JAMES H LEGIS ASST, 9,706.02 

SOLARI, STEPHANIE A SECRETARY, 6,963.00 

OFFICE OF HON. GOODLOE E. BYRON 

ALONSO, SHIRLEY C FROM JULY 10 TO OCT. 31 AND DIST ASST, 

FROM NOV. 1 2,489.80 

AMOS, DEBORAH CATHERINE SECRETARY, 3.600.2C 

ATKINSON, ROBERT H EXECUTIVE ASST, 9,393.74 

BARKMAN, MARGARET JANE SECRETARY, 2,335.08 

BLOOM, JOHN M FROM JULY 17 4,100.00 

BORLAND, ALBERT S SPECIAL ASST, 2,899.98 

BOWSER, EMMA JANE SECTY, 2,616.40 

DEXTER, BRIAN FROM SEPT. 7 TC NOV. 7 1,016.67 

GILSTRAP, JAMES CLERK 1,500.00 

KATH, KATHERINE A SECRETARY, 4,696.84 

LEPSKI, VIVIAN DIST ASST, 2,480.00 

LINDSEY, JOYCE CAROL SECRETARY, 3,600.20 

MAIN, SHAUNA H FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 21 210.00 

MAYNARD, ROBERT DOUGLAS FROM JULY 24 TO AUG. 31 370.00 

MORRIS, EMMA JANE FROM AUG. 1 2,500.00 

MOSS, MARVIN F LEGIS ASST, TO SEPT. 15 AND FROM OCT. 

29 6,790.56 

PRICE, JOSEPH B, JR FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 15 307.71 

SOLOMON, DORIS B EXEC SECRETARY, 9,393.74 

WAKEFIELD, KAREN E SECRETARY, 4,696.84 

WILSON, AMANDA L FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 23 AND 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JULY 24 TO AUG. 8 . 380.00 

OFFICE OF HON. EARLE CABELL 

BASKIN, COUPTFNAY E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

BAYNARD, SALLY ANN SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 1,400.00 

CONDRAY, THELMA JO 5,060.34 

ENGLEMAN, MIKE FROM JULY 1 7,000.00 

ESTRINGEL, EURBANA FROM AUG. 21 TO NOV. 30 1,500.00 

GLOSSERMAN, LESLIE ' SECRETARY, 5,374.98 

GRINOBERG, JENNIE FROM JULY 1 9,070.02 

HART, HUGH GLEN, JP FROM JULY 1 15,250.02 

HELDRICH, SARAH ANN FROM SEPT. 1 2,400.00 

JORDAN, CAROLYN P 2,610.60 

KINTZ, VIRGINIA LEE FROM JULY 1 3,649.98 

PARISH, ROBERT L, JR 4,649.40 

PIETZSCH, SIDNEY G FROM JULY 1 1,999.98 

PUGH, FRANKIE A FROM JULY 1 6,141.67 

STEPHENS, ELMER LEWIS FROM OCT. 1 1,200.00 

TUNSTALL, HARRY M, III ASSISTANT, 4,200.00 

WILLIAMS, LON R, JR FROM DEC. 1 103.83 

WOYNOSKI, MARION SECRETARY, 5,707.44 



22 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. PATRICK T. CAFFEPY 



3ULL0CK, STEPHEN G CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

CROWE, JUDY A SECRETARY 

MASUMIAN, ALBERTA PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

MCRRIOE, CHARLES W EXEC ASST, TO NOV. 14 

MIRE, CLAIRE P DISTRICT SECTY , 

PARRO, RANDOLPH H ADM ASST, TO SEPT. 30 

RILEY, IRVING N CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

WATTIGNY, CHARLES C DISTRICT ASSISTANT, 

WOODWARD, KATHERINE F SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN N. HAPPY CAMP 

BURPO, JO ANN 

GEOGHEGAN, CLAIRE M SECRETARY, 

MCNEICE, NIKKI D LEGIS SECTY 

MILLER, JOAN C SECRETARY-CASEWORKER, 

MODLY, ILONA FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

MOYER, WILLIAM A 

PERRING, HELEN JOYCE 

ROBERTS, DIANE L SECR£i"APY, 

SNODGRASS, WILLIAM G 

SOUTHARD, JOAN M ADMIN ASST, 

SWAIN, BEVERLY B SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. HUGH L. CAREY 

AKINS, MILDRED 

30LLENBACHER , JAMES T FROM DEC. 1 

BURKE, MARGARET F FROM DEC. 16 

BYRNE, MARY A FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM F FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

CASNER, BRUCE MORGAN FROM SEPT. 17 TO DEC. 15 

CHONOLES, DOROTHY E TO JULY 31 

CONNIFF, THOMAS A 

DAUIDOFF, GILBERT FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 

DOME, CHARLES FROM JULY 1 

DONDEREWICZ, MARY E 

JOHNSON, KAREN E 

JONES, ROBERT BURKE FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

KILCOYNE, <=RANCIS P FROM JULY 1 TC JULY 31 

LEVINSKY, RITA TO AUG. 31 

MARCIGLIANO, LUCRETIA 

MARSHALL, JOHN J FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

MCCABE, WINIFRED A TO JULY 31 AND FPOM SEPT. 1 

MCDONALD, SARA A FROM DEC. 1 

PRENDERVILLE, JOHNM 

ROMANO, VINCENT J FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 30 

ROSENTHAL, HAROLD LEGIS ASST, 

SCHRAU3, BEN 

SEALE, LAURA TO JULY 31 

SHAYOVICH, MENACHEM M FROM DEC. 1 

VALENTINO, LOUIS FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

WALLACE, SANDRA FROM JULY 1 

WALSH, ELIZABETH L FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

WONG, WAI SO TO SFPT. 16 

OFFICE OF HON. CLIFFARD D. CARLSON 

BENSON, HAZEL M DISTRICT OFFICE CLE"K, 

CAREY, JEAN D SECRFTARY 

DICKSON, ALLAH F SECRETARY, 

GORRELL, HOWARD L STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 

HEFFLEY, GAY J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

LAUER, VIRGINIA B FROM SEPT. 1 

LUSKEY, CHARLENE E SECRETARY, 

MAGILL, JAMES N CLERK, 

ORR, ROBERT W, JR STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 

PEAK, WILBUR J CLERK, 

RAHN, STEPHEN P SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 

SIMPSON, JOHN B ADMINISTRATIVE ASST, 

WAGLEY, DORIS ANN SECRETARY 

WAKE, MARGARET J DISTRICT OFFICE SECRETARY, 

WREN, CYNTHIA M DISTRICT OFFICE SECRETARY, 



t 1,050.00 
3,692.52 
9,000.00 
7,068.50 
2,971.62 
6, 249.99 
226.32 
7,050.90 
7,000.02 



2,072.10 
5,250.00 
4, 750.02 
4,750.02 
350. OC 
5,400.00 
5,072.88 
4,650.00 

3, 183.24 
10,429.98 

4, 166.65 



10,356.42 
816.60 
816.00 
958.92 

2. 515.83 
3,856.67 

400.00 

2. 178.84 
1,775.52 
6, 330. OC 
1,650.00 
3,866.06 
2, 531.50 

416.67 

2, 110.00 

2,800.02 

600.00 

4,051.35 

816.60 

6,866.70 

3,335.68 

5,538.78 

1,740.78 

290.13 

816.60 

958.92 

3,926.76 

2,500.00 

1,758.39 



1,800.00 
5,958.00 

10,500.00 

416.67 

450. CO 

2,400.00 

6,612.00 

3,500.00 

416.67 

3,600.00 

6,010.00 

13,750.04 
5,850.00 
3,600.00 
3,600.00 



23 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued . 



OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES J. CARNEY 

ARLEOGE, GLORIA J PERSONAL SECTY, 

OANCEY, RUTH A CASE WORKER, 

DISTEFANO, ANTHONY J EXECUTIVE SECTY, 

OIJRKIN, BRIDGET DISTRICT CLERK, 

GERSH, MARK FROM DEC. 1 

HALECKO, SHIPLEY ANN FRCM JULY 1 

HARRISON, LYNN C FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

JONES, SHIRLEY A SECRETARY, 

KEEGAN, DATRICIA M FRCM JULY 1 

KELLY, WILLIAM L DIST REP, 

KEYES, THOMAS J, JR FRCM JULY 1 

KIMMELMAN, JAY MARC DIST PRESS SECTY, TO AUG. 31 

MCNALLY, JAMES M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR FRCM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

PALLANTE, RALPH DISTRICT OFFICE REP 

RYAN, ANN M FRCM SEPT. 1 

STEVENS, °AUL E FROM JULY 1 

SULLIGAN, JOHN DISTRICT OFFICE REP, 

TILLMAN, JAMES M MINORITY REPRESENTATIVE, 

VECCHI ARELL I , NANCY FROM AUG. 19 TO OCT. 2° 

OFFICE OF HON. TIM LEE CARTER 

COOK, NANCY ELIZABETH SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 

DAVIS, CAROLINE MARIE A CASE WORKER, 

DEHNEL, KATHL-EN W EXEC SECRETARY, 

DOWNEY, COY FRCM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FRCM OCT. 1 

TO NOV. 3C 

FRANCISCO, DOUGLAS L FROM JULY 1 

GURDZIEL, MARY J FRCM JULY 1 

HAMMER, DOYLE R DISTRICT SEC C ETARY 

HENDERSON, CHARLES V FROM JULY 1 

HOLCOMR, J B 

KIATTA, LOUISE CASE WORKER, 

MIDDLETON, BEN FIFLD SECTY, TO JULY 31 

MORGAN, ROBERT I FIELD SECRETARY, 

PERKINS, N B FROM JULY 1 

°ETERCHEFF, DORIS G FROM JULY 1 

PYL C S, AARON FRCM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

1 

R03BINS, GUS FROM SEPT. 1 TO SE°T. 30 AND FROM DEC. 

1 

SHARP, JOSH P FRCM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 

SINCLAIR, KELLY KEITH FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

SLAUGHTER, JAMES FRCM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

1 TO SEPT. 3C AND FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 

3 

SOPER, JANET A SECRETARY, 

TALKER, JOHN HUNTER FROM SEPT. 19 



S4.458. 33 



.33 

.00 
>8 

.00 
30 

.67 



5,2C8. 
7,500. 
3,499. 

691, 
3,000. 

541, 
4,000.02 
3, 750.00 
?,500.C2 
12,146.67 
1,400. CO 

600. OC 

450.00 
4,500.00 
1, COO. 00 
13,255.01 
4, 999.98 
3,000.00 
1,498.88 



906.66 
5, 326.92 
8,982.48 

l t 994.01 
9,583.32 
4,000.02 
3,600.00 
5,250.00 
1,578.48 
7,777.02 
277.42 
4,947.52 
2,302.00 
5, 149.09 

3,700.00 



2, 163.74 

30C.0C 



2,078.49 
3, 750.00 
2, 125.00 



OFFICE OF HON. BOB CASEY 



BURNEY, LAU°A F 
DISCHINGER, EDITH J 
ERWIN, ALAN R 
FORBES, NANCY ANNE 
GIL"ORE, STEVEN C 
HEROLO, RITA 
HOOT, GARY 

-1CH0NE, JENNY OELANE 
NAUGHTON, BARBARA A 
PARKS, KAPEN LYNN 
OASSMANN, JULI A R 
SHEPARD, MARY P 
TIMKO, FLORENCE 
WARREN, GRACE E 



SECRETARY, 5,591.52 

SECRETARY, 5,729.15 

PRESS SECTY, TO NOV. 22 9,444.43 

SECRETAPY 5,250.00 

SECRETARY, T" AUG. 25 731.91 

SECRETARY, 4,549.98 

INTERN, TO AUG. 10 466.67 

SECR t TARY, 7,150.02 

SECRETARY 5,050.02 

FOOM AUG. 15 1,343.33 

SECRETARY, 6,900.00 

SECRETARY, 3,550.00 

SECPETARY, 11,041.65 

SECRETARY, 5,399.98 



24 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ELFORD A. CEDERBERG 

BEYDA, RACHELLE RECEPTIONIST-SECRETARY, $5,374.98 

FORGASH, MICHAEL A 15,300.00 

HIGHFIELD, DEBORAH S CLERK, 4,024.98 

HODGE, KATHRYN CLERK, TO SEPT. 15 1,041.68 

MARTIN, WILLIAM EARL LEGIS ASST, TO AUG. 31 2,458.34 

ORTIZ, BONADONNA SECRETARY, 5,250.00 

RUSSELL, GARY G CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

SCHWEIGERT, ESTHER N SECRETARY, 5,250.00 

SMITH, ELIZABETH E SECRETARY, 4,541.65 

SPARLING, JAMES M, III CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,200.00 

STOLZ, RONALD WILLARD DISTRICT LIAISON, 8,125.02 

VAGLEY, KAREN S .FROM SEPT. 5 4,759.21 

OFFICE OF HON. EMANUEL CELLER 

DOUGHERTY, MARY A SECRETARY, 15,300.00 

LASHLEY, ALLEN CLERK, 2,500.02 

LEVINE, PEARL CLERK, 1,975.50 

LOUIS, MARGARET M CLERK, 4,753.14 

ROSENBAUM, LEWIS H CLERK, 1,975.62 

ROSENFELO, ELI CLERK 3,956.82 

SCHLOSSBERG, JERRY CLERK 7,C62.78 

SHAKIN, FLORENCE CLERK, 2,848.80 

STEWART, PATRICIA CLERK, TO SEPT. 22 1,936.10 

TANIS, CAROLYN D CLERK, TO JULY 15 408.15 

THAYER, MADALIN J FROM JULY 1 7,000.02 

WHITE, MINNIE SECRETARY, TO DEC. 29 15,212.49 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES E. CHAMBERLAIN 

BRUEGEL, DAVID R CLERK, TO AUG. 31 733.33 

CHRISTENSEN, BERNICE E FROM DEC. 1 625.00 

COMM, ANN F SECRETARY, 9,000.00 

COVELL, CATHERINE M SECRETARY, 7,912.52 

COX, JOSEPH - "^ FROM DEC. 20 415.55 

GOLD, BETTY L SECRETARY, 6,625.02 

JOHNSON, RUTH R FROM DEC. 1 500.00 

JONES, JEFFERY R FROM JULY 1 4,033.33 

KENNEDY, THEODORE R FROM JULY 1 7,450.01 

KILMER, JOHN QUIRK CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 300.00 

LUMPKIN, JANE T SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 2,458.34 

MAUS, JANET N FROM JULY 1 6,451.10 

MCALISTER, JUDITH ANN SECRETARY, 5,125.00 

MCFADDEN, ROBERT H ADM ASST., 10,516.65 

ROBINSON, BEULAH I SECRETARY, 3,958.33 

SCHUCK, JAROLD R FROM DEC. 16 1,145.84 

SCHWESINGER, RETTY E FROM JULY 1 6,499.98 

SOUTHWELL, B JOE FROM JULY 1 1,000.02 

VOGEL, JULIE ANN FROM OCT. 10 2,612.50 

OFFICE OF HON. BILL CHAPPELL, JR. 

AYCOCK, JANE B SECTY, 3,475.00 

BOWMAN, BARBARA ANN SECRETARY, 5,308.32 

CHAMBERLAIN, LOU B 5,416.67 

DENSON, JOHN J AIDE, 4,033.33 

DUPREE, ANN SECRETARY, 4,891.67 

GARVEP, CHARLOTTE C CASE WORKER, 6,475.02 

HERBERT, ELLEN E SECRETARY, 3,558.35 

HOOKER, THOMAS E FROM JULY 1 9,666.68 

MCANEAR, KATHLEEN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 19 490.00 

MCBURNEY, JEANE BROWN RESEARCH ASST, 6,475.02 

PILCHER, CLARA L SECRETARY, TO AUG. 15 537.49 

ROBINSON, ROBERT P, III FROM JULY 1 5,783.33 

STANSFIELD, MARY JO LEGIS AIDE, 5,830.02 

STOCK, RICHARD H FROM JULY 1 8,913.35 



25 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. BILL CHAPPELL, JR. 



CONTINUED 



MOOD, JULIA S 
YORK, FRED M, 



FROM AUG. 16 
PRESS AIDE, . 



$2, 129.15 
6,030.85 



OFFICE OF HON. SHIRLEY CHISHOLM 



ALLEN, ADELE D CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

BOLDEN, JOYCE B FROM JULY 1 

BUTLER, HELEN C GENERAL SECRETARY, 

COLLIER, M LORENE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

DAVIS, JEAN A PRESS SECTY, 

DOREN, ARLENE E 

DORY, BARBARA A SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM DEC. 1 

DOWNS, SHIRLEY ANN 

ELSON, GARY FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 

GARRETT,, THADDEUS, JR RESEARCH ASST, 

HAMILTCN, ALBERTA V FROM SEPT. 18 TO OCT. 31 

HOLDER, WESLEY M 

HOWARD, WILLIAM R 

HUMPHREY, MARION A RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 31 

ROBLES, VICTOR L ASST DISTRICT PEP, 

SIMMONS, ANOREA T CASE WORKER, 

SMITH, CAROLYN J EXEC ASST, 

SWANN, LAJOHNNE A FROM DEC. 1 

OFFICE OF HON. DONALD D. CLANCY 

HEIN, MARJOPIE R 

HUST, DEBRA L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 

PERRICH, MARTHA JANE TO OCT. 31 

PHELAN, WILLIAM B, JR CLERK, 

RYLAND, LINUS J CLERK, 

SHEPP4RD, NANCY E RECEPTIONIST, 

VOLZ, ROBERT JOHN 

WAGNER, ARLO T ADM ASST, 

WHITE, SARAH ELIZABETH CASEWORKER, 

ZULAGER, DOROTHY M 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK M. CLARK 

ARBOGAST, ELEANOR R FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

BLOOM, LINDA JEAN FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

COLARUSSO, SHARON FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 

COZZUCOLI, MARIE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 

DIEHL, FRANCES A CLERK, 

DOLES, JUDITH ANN CLERK, 

DUBROWA, DENNIS J CLERK 

FACCIOLO, LOPETTA FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

FARL1W, ARLENE M ADMIN ASST, 

FARLOW, LORETTA A CLERK, 

FRATTO, MARY ANN CLERK, 

GASPER, MARIA E FROM AUG. 1 

GRIMES, DONNA JEANNE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

GURNER, CATHERINE M FROM DEC. 1 

HIGGS, MARIE ELAINE CLERK 

ILLSL^Y, JULIE A CLERK 

JACKSON, MICHAEL J FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

KIENZLE, PATRICIA B FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

KIMINKINEN, DORTHEA J FROM DEC. 1 

LASKY, ANDREW S FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

MOORE, LINDA SUSANNE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 AND 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

MORACK, VIRGINIA CLERK, 

MUSKO, BARBARA CLERK, 

MUSKO, KENNETH C FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

NEELY, EVELYN FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

RAFTERY, EVALYN F FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

ROSS, ANGELA MARIE 



450.00 
1,999.98 
4,374.98 
1,083.34 
4, 750.02 
3,554.28 

3,833.33 
7,586.82 
1,666.65 
7,500.00 

505.56 
8, 260.56 
2,683.80 

666.66 

4,999.98 

4,374.98 

14,633.35 

661.11 



9,889.96 
560.00 
3,870.00 
2, 177.77 
1,500.00 
3,592.52 
9, 229.98 
10,549.98 
4, 249.98 
6, 145.02 



600.00 
900.00 

1,441.67 

2,975.00 

7,650.02 

5.25C.02 

5,250.02 

616.67 

12,000.00 

3,600.02 

2,683.35 

1,225.00 

941.67 

900.00 

3,200.00 

6,950. 00 

600.00 

758.33 

1, 116.67 

1,450.00 

1, 358.33 
2,666.65 
3,458.32 

600.00 
1,441.67 

650.00 
3, 100.02 



26 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK M. CLARK - CONTINUED 

SCHWARTZ, STEVEN G FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 15 AND CLERK, FROM 

SEPT. 1 TC SEPT. 30 SI, 441. 67 

SESSION, ROBIN FROM DEC. 1 800.00 

WILLIAMS, CONSTANCE P CLERK, 3,100.02 

OFFICE OF HON. DON H. CLAUSEN 

BABEOR, PAULETTE T RECEPTIONIST, 4,471.68 

BIRKHOFER, LINDA J FROM OCT. 1 1,575.00 

BROTHER, DONNA M SECRETARY, 4,526.76 

DERR, CYNTHIA JO CASE WORKER, 3,368.74 

DIAMOND, AMY H LEGIS SECTY, 4,699.98 

EDWARDS, JEAN R R ECEPT I ON I ST-SECTY , TO SEPT. 30 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 3,574.98 

GRAVES, W LARRY LEGIS ASST, 7,912.50 

HASKIN, ELMER G, JR DISTRICT ASST, 2,656.32 

JONES, BARRY W 4,974.96 

KING, LOIS E DISTRICT SECRETARY 3,400.02 

OSBORNE, DIANA J FIELD SECRETARY, 3,243.99 

PENN, GEORGE ANN PERSONAL SECTY, 5,149.98 

RODEMAN, RICHARD D CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

ROHDE, DOUGLAS ALLEN RESEARCHER, TO SEPT. 30 900.00 

STODART, WILLIAM E ADM ASST, 11,086.68 

TIPPIT, OTIS GORDON 8,387.28 

YATES, NADINE SANDERS DUP A-OPE R ATOP SUPERVISOR, TO NOV. 30 . 4,166.65 

OFFICE OF HON. DEL CLAWSCN 

BISSET, KPISTINA CLERK, TO SEPT. 1 1,016.67 

BRADbEER, GEORGE 4,875.00 

CHARLES, ANITA S ADM ASST, 14,368.75 

DEHAVEN, VIRGINIA C TO DEC. 22 3,508.68 

EDELEN, FLORENCE B 4,789.60 

GPEENAWALT, RUBY JANE 4,750.02 

LEE, WENDY J CLERK, 4,110.00 

PISTOLESSI, TERESA M CLERK, TO JULY 31 500.00 

PLISKA, PAULA JEAN FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 30 2,725.00 

SMITH, VILDA M 7,550.00 

SUNDELL, CRAIG FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 195.83 

WALLER, VERA S CLERK, 5,293.75 

WATTS, DOUGLAS EDWARD CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 20 AND 

CLERK, FRCM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,400.00 

WEBER, JUNE C CLERK 5,545.85 

WOODCOCK, WENDY CLERK, 3,000.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM CLAY 

BAR3EE, EVELYN STAFF ASST, 3,250.02 

BOLAND, KATHLEEN A STAFF ASSISTANT, 3,900.00 

BUSH, JAMES FROM DEC. 1 400.00 

CAYTON, COLLEEN U STAFF ASST, 1,711.80 

CRONIN, ANN REID CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

EVANS, PEARLIE FROM SEPT. 3 6,227.77 

FORD, LOUIS FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,261.81 

FRANKLIN, FLORENCE STAFF ASST, TO NOV. 3C 3,125.00 

FRANKLIN, MYRNA L STAFF ASST, 5,788.50 

HITF, BLANCHE L STAFF ASST, 2,433.34 

JUDE, MADGE M 3,634.38 

LAY, WALTFR V DISTRICT ASST 3,750.00 

MADESON, MARVIN FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 2,523.62 

MANSFIELD, ED STAFF ASST, TO NOV. 30 7,500.00 

MASSEY, EDWILLA L FRCM JULY 1 4,100.02 

MCPHERSON, MICHAEL C ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

REESE, V C LMA STAFF ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 31 2,500.00 

SANDERSON, LORFTTA V FROM DEC. 1 2,549.58 

TATUM, ROSE STAFF ASST, 2,149.98 

TYUS, MARIE H 4,056.30 

WEYFORTH, MARY ANN FROM DEC. 1 437.92 



27 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES C. CLEVELAND 

BURCH, °ATRICIA ANN SECRETARY, $5,011.02 

DAY, MYRA LOUISE FROM DEC. 1 250.00 

ESSER, HELEN M TO SEPT. 3C 1,875.00 

JACKSON, MILDRED KATE FROM JULY 1 8,916.66 

JOSLIN, WILLIAM R FROM JULY 1 11,691.67 

KEENAN, JOAN D SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 2,109.99 

KOHLHAAS, PAULA M FROM DEC. 1 216.67 

LAMBERT, CATHERINE H FROM SEPT. 1 3,000.00 

LONDON, M ROY FROM NOV. I TO NOV. 30 850.00 

MACCLEERY, LEE TO JULY 31 1,000.00 

MCCLAY, JOYCE E SECTY, 5,416.66 

PIKE, MARY ELIZABETH SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 625.00 

PORTER, GERALDINE R FROM NOV. 1 2,416.66 

QUIMBY, JEANNE B FROM JULY 1 4,200.98 

ROGERS, BARBARA R FROM DEC. 1 1,100.00 

SIDES, FRANCES EARLEEN SECTY, 4,999.98 

SUTHERLAND, JAMES W LEGIS ASST, 5,250.00 

SWEENEY, PATRICIA FROM SEPT. 1 2,500.00 

TETLER, GEORGE W, III TO AUG. 25 1,650.00 

UPTON, KATHERINE M FROM JULY 1 3,750.00 

OFFICE OF HON. HAROLD R. COLLIER 

ALEXANDER, MARTHA M SECRETARY, 4,750.02 

BARTIZAL, MARY A FROM SEPT. 18 1,716.67 

GLINKA, ARLENE L SECTY-DIST OFFICE MGR, 6,000.00 

HAGERTY, ROMAYNE L STENO-SEC.T Y , 4,750.02 

JESKE, SUSAN THERESA FROM JULY I TO AUG. 31 600. OC 

KELLY, ANN WOODWARD SECRFTARY, 5,749.98 

MACRAE, CLARA D SECRETARY, 8,400.00 

MAHAFFEY, JOHN C CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, TG JULY 31 500.00 

NOWELL, JOSEPH A DIRECTOR-PUBLIC INFORMATION, 8,100.00 

PETERSEN, SVEND RESEARCH ASST, 2,500.02 

SHAFFER, JACQUELINE M SECTY, TO NOV. 30 3,833.35 

SHORT, NANCY M STENO-SECTY, 4,750.02 

WARD, JANE K LEGIS ASST, 8,400.00 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE W. COLLINS 

COLEMAN, SHIRLEY FROM JULY 1 9,858.33 

GIVENS, OTHER L RESEARCH ASST, 7,887.18 

GUILMANT, JEAN-PIERRE PRESS ASST, 3,150.00 

HICKEY, RITA M 2,816.70 

HORWITZ, MANNY STAFF ASST, 2,500.02 

HOWSE, NATHANIEL R LEGISLATIVE ASST, 8,220.00 

MARKS, BETTY CLERK, 1,750.02 

MCDANIEL, NELL MARIE PERSONAL SECRETARY, 10,600.02 

MHOON, EVELYN B DISTRICT SECRETARY, 4,770.00 

NELSON, LEO ADM AIDE, 4,999.98 

ROMANO, ARTHUR AIDE, 3,750.00 

ROSS, DOROTHY MAE SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

THOMAS, HENRY LEE 9,072.06 

THOMAS, MILDRED L RECEPTIONIST, 3,700.02 

VANCE, DOROTHY M FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 730.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES M. COLLINS 

ANDREWS, ALBERT E, JR CLERK, TO DEC. 16 8,211.11 

ANDREWS, WILLIAM S CLERK, 6,500.00 

BRYANT, MARGARET H CLERK, 3,970.01 

BUNKLEY, CRAWFORD B, III FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 450.00 

CARTER, RUSSELL M FROM NOV. 27 963.33 

FAUSSET, RICHARD ROY CLERK, 8,200.00 

FISCUS, DONNA FROM SEPT. 14 2,493.33 

FORRESTER, LINDA S CLERK, TO SEPT. 22 1,735.67 

GARVIE, PAMELA J CLERK 4,110.00 

HERRERA, RONNIE CLERK, TO JULY 16 102.22 

HOUSE, W MICHAEL CLERK, TO NOV. 15 5,183.32 

LINOSLEY, CATHERINE S CLERK, TO AUG. 15 900.00 

MALACHIN, JOHANNA L CLERK, 4,860.00 

MItLER, RUBY J FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 16 450.00 

POPE, WHITNEY S CLERK, 3,810.00 

RUBIO, ERCILIA V CLERK, 3,875.00 

88-914 O - 73 - 3 



28 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES M. COLLINS - CONTINUED 



SIMPSON, SHIRLEY ANN CLERK, 

STRICKLIN, PAULA M CLERK, TC JULY 31 

VIVERETTE, SUSAN CLERK, 

WOODBRIDGE, KAREN L CLERK, TO NOV. 18 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM M. COLMER 

BATSON, WALLER FROM DEC. 1 

CLAYTON, JACQUELINE W CLERK, 

CLEARWATER, LEONA H SECTY, 

DARSEY, MARIE W EXEC SECTY, 

DAVIS, CLAIRE SECTY, TO SEPT. 15 

HOUSTON, THOMAS F PRESS ASST, 

LOTT, C TRENT ADM ASST, TO SEPT. 5 AND FROM NOV. 1 . 

PAXTON, EDNA H FROM JULY 1 

TROMETER, HILDEGARDE FROM JULY 1 

YON, DOROTHY A SECTY, 

OFFICE OF HON. BARBER B. CONABLE, JR. 

ALEXANDER, OLGA C 

BALDWIN, JANE A FROM OCT. 12 

BENNETT, CATHERINE P FROM OCT. 1 

BENTON, THOMAS R 

BUTLER, BARBARA M FROM JULY 1 

LAYNE, JUDITH ANN FROM NOV. 1 

LENZ, MARY ALICE CLERK, TO AUG. 19 

MANERI, DOROTHY B EXEC SECTY, 

MATTHEWS, MARY MONCURE SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND LEGIS ASST, 

FROM DEC. 1 

MCLAUGHLIN, LINDA J CLERK, 

NICHOLAS, HARRY K ADM ASST, 

PELKEY, JOHN MICHAEL FROM SEPT. 1 

SNOW, JOANNE LEGIS SECRETARY, TO DEC. 4 

STOCKDALE, DONALD K, JR CLERK, TO AUG. 8 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, TO AUG. 26 

WALLACE, MARIAN E SECRETARY, 

WELLS, SHARON SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM S CONOVER II 

CASEY, ROBERT JOHN FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 

CRAFT, ROBERT N CLERK, 

CRITELLI, CYNTHIA B FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

DAILEY, LAWRENCE F FROM OCT. 13 

DOLAN, JANE M CLERK, 

GOFFE, ROBERT R CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

GORRELL, HOWARD L FROM SEPT. 1 

HACKMAN, CYNTHIA L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 23 AND 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 10 

HACKMAN, VIRGINIA S FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 20 

HIXENBAUGH, DEVON S FROM OCT. 1 

JOHNSON, BERTHA M CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 

KIRSCHMAN, ALLAN C FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

MCKENNA, JEANNE FRANCES CLERK, 

MODLY, ILONA FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

OSBOURNE, EDMUND D FROM AUG. 1 

OSBOURNE, MARILYN R CLERK, 

PETERSON, EDWARD A FROM AUG. 1 

RUMMEL, CHARLOTTE G FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

SMITH, MARGARET A CLERK, 

SMITH, MARY M FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 3C 

SUTTER, DIANE CLERK, 

THOMAS, ROBERT D, JR CLERK, 

WELLS, LINDA E CLERK, TO NOV. 30 



$6,075.00 

635.00 

3,635.00 

3,335.00 



l.OOO.OC 
1, 150.02 
7, 150.02 
9,450.00 
2,979.17 
7,150.02 
10,525.00 
7,396.69 
4, 300.02 
7, 150.02 



4,097.52 

1,536.10 

300.00 

2,340.30 

5,224.98 

200.00 

612.50 

7,494.00 



5,791.07 

4, 132.50 

14,692.50 

400.00 

3,457.65 

686.67 
6,709.98 
6,981.00 



5,270.00 
15,300.00 
1,450.00 
1,560.00 
8,500.00 
1,000.00 
2,000.00 

588.67 
1,240.00 
1,600.00 
1,800.00 

400.00 
3,950.00 

350.00 
4,800.00 
2,300.00 
2,700.00 

712.00 
3, 200.00 
2,370.00 
4,800.00 
5,800.00 
3,700.00 



29 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. SILVIO 0. CONTE 



BEAUCHAMP, CAROLE LONG 
COUPE, KATHERINE 
DONAHUE, JAMES E 
DONNER, SALLY SEARS 

GENOVESE, MARGARET 
GLASSANOS, CATHERINE A 
GOGGINS, TIMOTHY J 
HAROIN, PETER L 
IMSE, T PAUL, JR 
JOSEFIAK, THOMAS J 

KELLY, MARGARET ANN 
MASSIMIANO, JEANNE S 

MERIC, ELIZABETH A 

MIERZEWSKI, MICHAEL B 

OWENS, PAUL T, II 

PATRICK, LAWRENCE L 
PEARCE, SUSAN 
PETRINA, MICHAEL J, JR 
RAWLS, WILLA C 
SALTARELLI, LEE ANN 

SALTARELLI, LOIS 

SILVEIRA, MARY A 

SOUTHARO, NANCY L 

STAPLETON, MIRIAM M 
STEWART, ELMIRA R 
WARO, CAROL ANN 



STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 15 

FROM NOV. 1 

ADM ASST, 

SECTY-OFFICE MGR, TO SEPT. 3C AND 

CLERK, FROM OCT. I 

FROM OCT. 16 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

FROM JULY 1 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

FRCM OCT. 13 TC OCT. 31 

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

1 TO NOV. 3C 

CLERK, TC AUG. 31 

DISTRICT CFFICE MANAGER, TO SEPT. 3C 

AND CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 

CLERK, TO JULY 31 

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

1 TO NOV. 30 

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

1 TO NOV. 30 

CLERK, TO AUG. 11 

FROM NOV. 15 TO NOV. 3C 

TO NOV. 3C 

FROM DEC. 1 

SECTY, TO SEPT. 30 AND CLERK, FROM 

OCT. 1 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM DEC. 

1 

SECRETARY, TC AUG. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

SEPT. 1 

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

1 TO NOV. 30 

FROM JULY 1 

CLERK-SECTY, TO AUG. 31 

FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 AND CLERK, FROM 
DEC. 1 



$2,250.00 

2, 362.54 

11,233.32 



7, 191.65 

2, 154. 17 

606.66 



4,774, 
450. 
700. 



833.34 
736.66 

6,566.67 
433.33 

1,766.67 

1,175.00 

444. 17 

422.22 

5,599.97 

792.03 

2,724.99 



750.00 
3,750.00 
1,250.00 

4,900.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN CONYERS, JR. 



BRYLSKI, JEFFREY E 

CARR, ROBERT R 
DAVIS, MARCIA ELAINE 
DIGGS, WANDA P 
FEATHERSTONE , ARTHUR F 
FISHMAN, MARCIA 
FLETCHER, PATRICE A 
HADDON, PHOEBE A 
HORWITZ, LARRY 
HOUSE, WILLIAM STUART 
JOHNSON, JAMES D, JR 
KRAUSE, PATRICIA A 
LANEY, GENERAL A 
MADDEN, 8ETTYE L 
MCCAULEY, JOAN C 
MERRIWEATHER, ALMA D 
NAP°ER, HYACINTHE T 

NIXON, MAXINE 
PARKS, ROSA L 
RICKMAN, EDWARD RAY 
ROBINSON, HOWARD T 
ROBINSON, MARJORIE D 
SAWYER, MARY 
STERN, CHARLES A 
STOCKTON, PETER D H 
WARREN, PHYLLI S J 
WILLIAMS, ROSE MARIE 



CASEWORKER, TO SEPT. 30 AND STAFF 

AIDE, FROM OCT. 1 

ADM ASST, 

FROM NOV. 1 

CASE WORKER, 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

WRI TER, 

FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

FROM OCT. 1 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

FROM AUG. 1 to OCT. 6 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND OFFICE 
MANAGER, FROM SEPT. 1 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 . 

FROM JULY 1 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

RECEPTIONIST, 

FROM DEC. 1 

FROM JULY 1 

FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

FROM NOV. 1 



4,324.26 

1C800.00 

1,400.01 

4,500.00 

3,959.28 

491.00 

5,950.02 

2,016.66 

927.78 

3,055.54 

500.00 

995.67 

800.00 

1,595.00 

4,674.98 

1,000.00 

8,238.08 

450.00 
3,538.20 
6, 683.98 

895.66 
3,822.24 

600.00 
3,900.00 
1,086.12 

800.00 
2,091.17 



30 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JORGE L. CORDOVA 



ALVAREZ, BELEN SECRETARY, 

BAGUE, TERESITA SECRETARY-CASE WORKER 

BANCHS, EDNA J SECRETARY, 

CASTELLANOS, JESUS A LEGIS ASST, 

OELVALLE, JOSE E LEGIS ASST, 

DUENO, HILDA CLERK, 

ELEJALDE, VANESSA RUIZ CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

FELICES-PIETRANTONI , J 

GUINOT, LUIS, JR SPECIAL ASST, TO JULY 31 

LEE, MELBA JEAN SECRETARY-CASE WORKER, 

MAROUEZ, JOAQUIN A ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 

PARKER, CANDITA C SECRETARY, 

RODRIOUEZ, GLORIA Z FROM JULY 1 

SMITH, GUY F LEGIS ASST, 

TARONJI, MARY SECRETARY, 

TORO, R DE JESUS SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES C. CORMAN 

AUSTIN, DIANE S FROM AUG. I TO AUG. 31 

BARRETT, NELDA K 

BOGARTZ, ABRAHAM BEN 

CAREY, VIRGINIA E 

COX, CYNTHIA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 

DENHARTOG, ROBERTA 

ETHEREOGE, SARAH E 

GORDON, ALICE B 

HARMON, ROSALIND C 

LARSON, RUTH F 

MCGRATH, JACK 

REITER, KATHLEEN N STAFF MEMBER, 

RICHARDSON, WILLIE L TO JULY 31 

RINDONE, MELVA E 

RUBEN, ROBERT C 

SADOFF, ROBERTA G FROM DEC. 1 

SLATER, IRENE W 

VICKTER, FRED M TO JULY 31 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM R. COTTER 

CAMPBELL, MALCOLM 0, JR ADMIN ASST, 

CRONIN, TIMOTHY F DIST FIELD REP, 

CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM J LEGIS ASST, 

DENTAMARO, JOSEPH J DISTRICT FIELD AGENT, 

FORNINO, THERESA A SECRETARY, 

GALLO, SALVATORE P DIST FIELD AGENT, 

GIONFRIDDO, HENRY P FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND DIST FIELD 

REP, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM 

DEC. 1 

JAMES, CLAUDIA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

LUZZI, ANGELA A SECRETARY, 

MCSHERA, KATHLEEN A FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND SECTY, 

FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 3C 

MIKESELL, CELITA R CASEWORKER, 

MOORE, SUSANNA E LEGISLATIVE SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 ... 
MOYNIHAN, DENNIS M FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

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

30 

PIKOR, THOMAS E DISTRICT FIELD REP, TO AUG. 31 AND 

FROM DEC. 1 

RIGNEY, ROBERT L DIST FIELD AGENT, 

RIOUX, ALFRED J DIST FIELD REP, 

SAMPAGNARO, THOMAS FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FRGM NOV. 

1 TO NOV. 30 

SMITH, R03ERT J FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND DIST FIELD 

AGENT, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND 

DIST FIELD REP, FROM DEC. 1 

SMITH, WILLIAM R DIST FIELD REP, TO JULY 31 AND FROM 

SEPT. 1 

VECCHITTO, SARAH M DISTRICT SECRETARY, 

ZAIMAN, MARYANN B DISTRICT FIELD REP, TO AUG. 31 AND 

FROM DEC. 1 



S4.80C.&0 
6,265.50 
3,000.00 
6, 750.00 
6, 750.00 
4,426.98 
450.00 

10,000.02 

132.42 

5,013.48 

11,049.98 
6,697.98 
600.00 
3,649.98 
4,300.02 
4, 747.50 



759.33 
5, 250. OC 
1,200.00 
5,208.33 

590. OC 
5,500.02 
5,207.68 
7, 141 .66 
5,499.99 
3,871.68 
6,000.00 
5,916.67 

433.33 

4,500.00 

14,825.00 

541.66 
6,541.66 

150.00 



12,499.98 
1,999.98 
8,500.02 
1,999.98 
4,016.68 
7,000.02 



1,374.99 

450.00 
5, 166.66 

1,475.01 
4,466.66 



958.33 
4,999.98 
3,799.98 



2,247.99 



2,291.65 
7,249.98 



1,920.84 



31 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. R. LAWRENCE COUGHLIN 



BIRCH, KAREN M STAFF AS ST-D I STR I C T , 

BROOKES, DAISY E STAFF ASST, TO OEC. 15 

DEAKINS, KAREN ANN FROM SEPT. 13 

DUNN, ELIZABETH J STAFF ASST, 

FETTEROLF, CAROLYN STAFF ASST, 

GARRISON, JAMES DIST ADMINISTRATOR, 

HARROLD, ROBIN STAFF ASST, 

HAUPTFUHRER, GEORGE, III CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 3 

HOMEIER, LYNN F FROM JULY 9 TO AUG. 15 

JOSLIN, SHERRY E STAFF ASST, 

LEBAIR, MAPIE FRANCES FROM JULY 9 TO AUG. 15 

ROSENFELD, MITCHELL A ADM ASST, 

SANKO, ROSE m FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 

SMITH, EILEEN ROSE FROM JULY 1 

STANLEY, MARC GENE FROM JULY 1 

THAYER, GEORGE C, JR RESEARCH ASST, 

WILLIAMS, DEBORAH KAY FROM NOV. 20 

OFFICE OF HON. PHILIP M. CRANE 

3R0WNFELD, ALLAN FROM JULY 1 

BURNHAM, MABLE B FROM NOV. 1 

BURNHAM, RICHARD BEACH CLERK 

COOK, SCOTT FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 3C 

FEULNER, EDWIN JOHN, JR FROM JULY 1 

FRIEOMAN, JACALYN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 

14 TO OCT. 15 

GOODWILLIE, CAROL B SECRETARY, 

HINES, EVELYN R SECTY-D I STR ICT , 

JACKSON, J CHRIS FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

JOHNSON, WILLA ANN LEGIS'ATIVE ASSISTANT, 

MISCH, PAUL M FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

MODLY, ILONA M FROM DEC. 1 

MOSER, CHARLES A FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

MURNANE, EDWARD D PRESS ASST, 

R08ERGE, DORILDA M CLERK, TO AUG. 13 

ROSS, KATHERINE T DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE 

ROWAN, KATHLEEN MARIE SECRETARY, 

SPRINGER, DAVID E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

STANZIONE, JANET E CLERK, 

STEPHENS, MARY R SECTY, 

ZIEBARTH, ERIKA MARIE FROM OCT. 1 

ZIE8ARTH, RUTH HELM SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN C. CULVER 

BARON, ALAN FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

DOUGHERTY, THOMAS R FROM SEPT. 1 

DYE, BARBARA L K FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

FERGUSON, JOYCE A SECRETARY, 

GRUESKIN, SALLY ANN RECEPTIONIST, TO JULY 31 AND 

LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM AUG. 1 

HENRY, JOHN B FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND SPECIAL 

ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

HOLBORN, FREDERICK L FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

HORN, BEVERLY HOPE DISTRICT SECRETARY, 

HURM, JAMES C FIELD REP, 

JOHNSON, MYRTH ANN CASE WORKER, 

JOSLIN, LINDA SECRETARY, 

LANE, LINDA SUZANNE SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

LEMAISTRE, GEORGE A, JR FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

LEONARD, JANET E LEGIS ASST, 

LOEWI, ANDREW W, II FIELD REPRESENTATIVE 

LOGAN, THOMAS J FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

LONG, BETSY JOAN DISTRICT SECRETARY 

MACKIN, SUSAN G CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM SEPT. 1 

OMEARA, R MATTHEW FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 

1 

POOL, ROGER B LEGIS ASST, TO JULY 31 

POWER, ROBERT M FROM JULY 1 

RESPESS, MARIE LOUISE OFFICE MGR , TO JULY 31 AND PERSONAL 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 

THIELMANN, ALAN G FROM SEPT. 1 



S3, 083. 34 
3,529. 19 
2, 183.33 
4,666.66 
1,899.98 

11 , 366.66 

4,033.32 

80.00 

370. OC 

4,200.00 

370.00 

13,600.02 
2,499.99 
5,750.02 
7, 166.68 
5,749.98 
1, 138.88 



5, 381.34 

416.66 

3,000.00 

500.00 

13,900.00 

1,330.54 
5,966.46 
3,533.32 

450.00 
6,466.46 

450.00 

350.00 
1,500.00 
9,200.02 

836. 11 
6,766.44 
5, 716.44 

450.00 
3, 112.48 
4,049.78 

853.50 
4,766.34 



1,600.00 
6,366.68 
1,320.16 
7, 150.02 

3,641.67 

3,324.99 

3,602.35 

3,30C.CC 

3,450. CI 

3,870.32 

2,824.98 

625.00 

175.00 

4,308.32 

6, 766.65 

800.00 

3,300.00 

2,724.35 

2,599.34 
1,337.50 
9,491.66 

4,224.98 
2, 183.33 



32 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM P. CURLIN 

BANE, CORA C ADM ASST, $15,300.00 

BRANHAM, PHYLLIS J 1.800.0C 

CLARK, JOHN E STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 1,137.50 

CLEPHAS, VINCENT R PRESS ASST, 10,549.98 

COLEMAN, EDWARD M FIELD ASST, 1,800.00 

DUDGEON, TIMOTHY C ' STAFF ASST, 5,000.00 

HERIOT, LORENE E STAFF ASST, 6,857.52 

JASKO, MADELYN S 3,625.02 

JOHNSON, MATTHEW STAFF ASST, 1,800.00 

MCNAMARA, PATRICK J FROM JULY 1 11,737.52 

MIDDLETON, SHIRLEY A SECRETARY, 6,594.00 

MOLONEY, MICHAEL R STAFF ASST, 2,500.02 

PRICHARD, ALLEN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

PRITCHETT, DAVID H FIELD ASST, 3,000.00 

RHORER, ORVILLE REED STAFF ASST, 4,200.00 

VAUGHAN, JOYCE C STAFF ASSISTANT, 2,400.00 

OFFICE OF HON. W. C. DANIEL 

A8BITT, WATKINS, JR FROM DEC. 15 488.89 

BAILEY, SUSAN BERNICE CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

DOSS, WM CHRISTOPHER CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

EDMUNDS, LOUISE GILMER FROM OCT. 3 TO OCT. 31 466.67 

GERMAN, NANCY M 4,999.98 

HOYE, TERRY C STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

5 7,333.33 

MORGAN, J KEITH CLERK, TO JULY IC 183.33 

PHILLIPS, LORETTA J FROM DEC. 18 379.17 

PRICE, FRANCES H 5,925.00 

THURMAN, GWENDOLYN W 5,925.00 

TURNER, EDWARD M, III 5,550.00 

VERNOR, DOROTHY H FRCM JULY 1 5,925.00 

WALKER, WILBUR 13,500.00 

WATKINS, MARGARET D CLERK, 3,750.00 

OFFICE OF HON. DOMINICK V. DANIELS 

BOWENS, JOHN MICHAEL RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 960.00 

DELAP, GEORGE T STAFF AIDE, TO SEPT. 30 950.01 

DEVLIN, GERARD F FROM JULY 14 TO AUG. 31 AND ADMIN 

ASST, FROM SEPT. I 12,597.20 

GRIFFIN, JOHN F STAFF AIDE, TO AUG. 31 2,100.00 

MARTINEZ, JOSEPH L FROM DEC. 1 350.00 

MEEHAN, DOLORES H FROM SEPT. 15 2,449.77 

MELONEY, ROSE MARIE SECRETARY, 6,300.00 

OBERNDORF, ROBERT S STAFF AIDE, 4,500.00 

PICCONE, BEVERLY M SECRETARY, 6,825.00 

SABIA, ANTHONY F STAFF AIDE, 2,374.98 

SCANLON, MICHAEL J RESIDENT SECTY, 5,500.02 

SCHMIDT, JOHN F STAFF AIDE, 1,900.02 

SCHUETZ, CHRISTINE C STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 600.00 

SILVER, CAROLEEN STAFF ASSISTANT, 4,999.98 

UGORETZ, MARK J LEGIS ASST, 8,440.02 

WASIELEWSKI, FRANCES E SECRETARY, 6,300.00 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE E. DANIELSON 

ALVAREZ, LORRAINE L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 25 550. OC 

BOOTH, MAYBELLE JEAN CLERK, 5,100.00 

COLANDREA, NANCY L SECRETARY, 4,099.98 

DESCHAINE, MURIEL D FROM JULY 1 4,800.00 

DESHETLEP, HELEN G FRO" JULY 1 TO JULY 31 60C.0C 

HARRISON, HELEN C SECRETARY 4,500.00 

KENNY, CHARLES D LEGIS ASST, 6,800.00 

MCKENZIE, AMELIA E OFFICE MANAGER, 8,650.02 

MFRRILL, FREDERICK, JR FPOM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 808.33 

MONTALVO, ALEX L DISTRICT REP, 5,950.02 

MORGAN, SUSAN BUSH CLERK, 4,800.00 

SEBENS, RAYMOND W ADM ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND ADMIN ASST, 

FROM DEC. 1 11,399.98 



33 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE E. DANIELSON - CONTINUED 

SHEPARD, MILDRED J SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND FROM NOV. 16 $1,625.00 

SHINNO, MARJORIE H FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,200.00 

TOTTEN, JUNE LEGISLATIVE ASST, 5,100.00 

TRUJILLO, MARIE J FROM JULY 24 TO NOV. 30 1,693.33 

WILSON, MARY H SECTY, 3,425.00 

OFFICE OF HON. GLENN R. DAVIS 

9ERRY, PATRICIA SECRETARY, 4,095.00 

BOLTON, JAMES C ADM ASST, 12,600.00 

DOOLEY, JOYCE R SECRETARY, 7,500.00 

FINKELSTEIN, JAY GARY RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 31 650.00 

FINNIGAN, THOMAS D PUBLIC RELATIONS AIDE 5,300.00 

FOSTER, ANN ELIZABETH FROM JULY 1 4,381.66 

GIBBONS, ANNE R SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 630.00 

GUMM, MARJORIE R HOME OFFICE SECRETARY, 3,800.00 

HAYMAKER, MARGARET M FIELD STAFF ASST, 1,950.00 

HERZOG, ROBERT H DIST STAFF ASST, 3,000.00 

HINZ, STEVEN D FROM NOV. 1 960.00 

INZEO, NICHOLAS M, II ASST TO PUBLIC RELATIONS AIDE, TO AUG. 

31 600. OC 

KEHLEY, KATE J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

KIEL, ELLEN C SECRETARY, 3,980.00 

MCKINNON, ARLO A, JR RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 15 525.00 

MEIER, NANNETTE H HOME OFFICE SECRETARY, 2,840.00 

PEVENSTEIN, ELAINE B SECRETARY, 4,516.66 

WOOLLEY, THOMAS J FIELD SECTY, 9,600.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN W. DAVIS 

BARR, LAURA ELIZABETH FROM JULY 1 4,999.98 

BRITT, JANE MCINTOSH PRESS SECRETARY, 8,176.26 

BROWN, GRACE LOUISE CLERK, TO AUG. 31 2,110.00 

BULLARD, STEVAN M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 560.00 

DAY, DIANNE LESLIE CLERK, TO SEPT. 20 800.00 

GRAVES, CHARLES EDWARD FROM DEC. 15 1,257.78 

HANSEN, CAROLYN V FROM JULY 1 6,250.02 

HOWARD, ANGELINE CLERK, 4,000.02 

KELLY, CHRISTINE M FROM JULY I 5,599.98 

KIRBY, VIOLET S FROM JULY 1 8,500.02 

MEADERS, MARILYN E FROM DEC. 1 133.33 

REED, GLENDA ELIZABETH LEGIS ASST, TO SEPT. 11 3,225.08 

RICHARD, ROBERT S ADMIN ASST, 13,187.52 

SHAW, GAIL JOAN CLERK 3,481.50 

STONER, JANIE L CLERK, 3,586.98 

OFFICE OF HON. MENDEL DAVIS 

BOULWARE, BARBARA JEAN SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 1,749.99 

BOWERS, DETREVILLE F, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

BULL, CORALEE K ADMIN ASST, 10,999.98 

DOTTERER, SELMA T SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST, 3,250.02 

FOREMAN, DOROTHY H 3,750.00 

JEFFERSON, JOSEPH H, JR SPECIAL ASST, 4,500.00 

KLECKLEY, TERESA A FROM JULY 1 4,500.00 

KLYCE, KENNETH M SPECIAL ASST, 8,500.02 

LONG, WAYNE E 8,345.94 

MCLEOD, W MULLINS DISTRICT ASST, 8,749.98 

MCTEER, DOUGLAS E, JR FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 12 303.35 

PRICE, ALMA SCOTT 2,650.02 

RUDLOFF, JOHN H, JR FROM JULY 1 6,250.02 

SHUMAN, BARBARA ANNE SECRETARY, 4,249.98 

WORTHINGTON, KATHERINE SECRETARY, 4,249.98 

YOUNG, NANCY C SECTY, TO NOV. 30 3,125.00 



34 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ELIGIG DE LA GARZA 



ANDERSON, RONALD B FROM SEPT. 6 

BOWMAN, RICHARD E CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 AND STAFF, FROM 

OCT. 1 

FERGUSON, DIANNE FROM JULY I 

GONZALES, JESSE STAFF, 

HUBBY, SOLA JAN FROM NOV. 12 TO DEC. 4 

LLOYD, DOLORES ANNE FROM OCT. 1 

M4CD0N4LD, DORA STAFF, 

MARTIN, CECILIA HARE ADM ASST, 

MASH, REBECCA S FROM OCT. 2 

MATTOS, LAURE E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 AND 

STAFF, FROM AUG. 27 TO SEPT. 9 

MCGUIRE, dERNICE CLERK, 

MOONEY, ELIZABETH C STAFF, 

PAPICH, GARY A FROM JULY 18 TO SEPT. 30 

SANCHEZ, ANTONIETA STAFF, 

SULLIVAN, NINA LOUISE EXEC SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 

TAYLOR, BARBARA NEAL STAFF, TO SEPT. 16 

WILSON, KAREN ANN STAFF, TO SEPT. 15 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES J. DELANEY 

BUTLER, MARY H CLERK, 

COOK, DOLORES D ADM AIDE, 

DEE, EMILY B 

ELISHEWITZ, IRVING 

FISHER, PAUL A LEGIS ASST, 

FORIS, CAROLINE B 

HAUSER, JOYCE R FROM AUG. 1 

JENNINGS, AGNES V 

MANCUSO, AMELIA FROM DEC. 1 

MANZOLILLO, DONNA MARIE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

MILLER, GEORGE S 

PRICE, PAMELA B CLERK, TO JULY 31 

SENIG, JOHN A CLERK, 

TRABER, MAUREEN CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN DELLENBACK 

BAIRD, JUDITH L RESEARCH ASST, 

CARHART, KATHRYNE M OFFICE ACCTS SECTY, 

GASKINS, PATRICIA K PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

GULLICKSON, REBECCA S FROM SEPT. 6 

HANSEN, FREDERIC JAMES FROM JULY 1 

HEIM, NANCY E LEGISLATIVE ASST, 

JACOBSON, EDWARD P PRESS ASST, 

KINDLER, BRUCE R STAFF ASSISTANT, TC NOV. 3C 

KRUG, CHERYL JEANNE DISTRICT SECRETARY, 

LOHMAN, DAVID FROM NOV. 15 

MARSH, MICHAEL B CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 .... 

MCKAY, BETTY JEAN RECEPTIONIST, 

MERCER, DAVID S LEGIS ASST, TO SEPT. 5 

OTTOMAN, KRISTI M LEGIS SECY, 

POWELL, DONALD W DIST OFFICE REP, 

RASMUSSEN, DANA FROM DEC. 12 

RAUTIO, JOYCE ANNA CASE WORKER, 

R03ART, JAMES L ECONOMIC ADVISOR, 

SCHATZ, DAVID V FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

SMITH, MELVIN OFF MACHINE OPERATOR, TO AUG. 31 ANO 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 

WHALIN, CHARLOTTE H FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 6 

OFFICE OF HON. RONALD V. DELLUMS 

BEAL, IDANELL M ADM ASST, 

BROOKS, TERI ROBERTA ADM AIDE 

DUBERSTFIN, MICHAEL J LEGISLATIVE ASST 

ELROD, MARILYN ADM AIDE, 

EVANS, MARGO H RECEPTIONIST, TO AUG. 31 AND ADMIN 

SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 3C 

GOLDMAN, BARBARA G FROM SEPT. 12 

HALTERMAN, HAROLD L ADM AIDE, 

HANZEL, JANICE CLERK TYPIST, 

HOPKINS, DONALD RAY REG AOM COORDINATOR, 



42,236. 10 

4,975.02 
6,267.30 
2,794.98 
460.00 
3,500.01 
5,350.02 
15,289.02 
1,631.67 

755.00 
3,495.34 
2, 100.00 
1,297.77 
4,033.98 
5,991.24 
1,625.34 
2,245.82 



3,000.00 

14,442.30 

2,423. 16 

4,000.02 

9,816.48 

1,766.58 

2,500.00 

3, 139.56 

833.33 

600.00 

2,236.26 

500.00 

3,000.00 

4,249.98 



4,698.90 
3,499.98 
5,287.96 
1,274.02 
11,829.86 
6,410.30 
6,600.00 
1,866.67 
2,998.50 
1,571.67 

750.00 
3,886.98 
2,570.16 
3,799.98 
7,874.34 

554.17 
4,015.50 
3,450.02 

900.00 

1,600.00 
1,080.00 



4,273.02 

2,215.50 
8,500.02 
4, 750.02 

2,554.60 
2,422.23 
2,215.50 
3,372.00 

13,000.02 



35 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. RONALD V. DELLUMS - CONTINUED 



JOHNSCN, ROBERTA E SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

KNIGHT, ALBERT L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

LIH, LARS T FROM AUG. 1 

MOORE, HELEN T ADM SECTY, TO SEPT. 8 

PETERSON, JAMES EDWARD STAFF ASST, 

PRICE, THELMA V ADM AIDE, TO AUG. 31 

SHINODA, IRENE FROM OCT. 2 

THOMAS, MARY GAY A ADMIN AIDE, 

THOMPSON, GERALDINE FROM SEPT. 18 

WARD, CHARLES L ADM AIDE, 

WILLIAMS, BARBARA ADM ASST, 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK E. DENHOLM 

ANDERSON, ARTHUR ADM ASST, 

ANTONEN, JAMES W CASE WORKER, 

BECKER, LAURA K CHIEF CLERK, 

CHAPMAN, RICHARD L FROM JULY 1 

DANIELSON, BRUCE N FROM NOV. 10 

DONOHUE, MARY SUE CLERK-TYPIST, TO JULY 31 

DYE, JOHN R FROM SEPT. 1 

HOFFMAN, MADELINE H DIST FIELD OFFICE SUPV, 

HUBER, ROYCE CLERK, TO AUG. 31 ANO CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND CASE WORKER 6 

RESEARCH, FROM NOV. 10 

OSBORNE, W THOMAS, JR SPECIAL ASST, TO JULY 31 AND FROM NOV. 

10 

OVERTURE, ROBERT L EXEC ASST-CCMMUN I CAT IONS , 

REESE, TRUDY ANN FROM SEPT. 1 

RIX, CANDACE A CLERK-TYPIST, 

SCHURING, LANA RECEPTIONIST, 

SELLERS, GARY B RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 31 

SMALL, MARK SPECIAL ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM 

NOV. 10 

THOMS, TED J ^ROH NOV. 10 

VINCENT, JOHN B FROM JULY I 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVID W. DENNIS 

BROOKS, SARA JANE FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 15 

CAHILL, ELEANOR JOAN CASE WORKER, 

CERRI, ALISON B SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 AND EXECUTIVE 

SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 

COLVER, CHARLES RAYMOND STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 2 

CULLERS, CHERYL STAFF ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 28 

FILIPPELL, MARK A STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 19 

GALYEAN, CAROLYN E DISTRICT REP, TO OCT. 31 AND 

SECTY-DISTRICT REP, FRCM NOV. 1 

JOHNSON, E ORVILLE ADM ASST, 

MARSHALL, J RICHARD DISTRICT REP, 

MCCAMMACK, CLAUDINA M STAFF ASST, 

MEADE, LESLEY A STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 26 

PATRICK, LINDA K LEGIS AIDE 

POWELL, RICHARD E 

WIEST, ELIZABETH J STAFF ASST TO DIS LIA AS, 

YAGER, L LUTHER OIST REPRESENTATIVE, 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN H. DENT 

ARMBRUST, MARLENE FROM DEC. 15 

BARBERO, CAROL L LEGIS AIDE 

BLACK, ROSALIND M LEGIS ASST AIDE, 

BONE, SADIE M SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

CAMPBELL, AARON R FROM OCT. I TO OCT. 31 

CONLON, HELEN M FROM AUG. I TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

TO NOV. 3C 

CONLON, RICHARD P FROM DEC. 1 

DEROCCO, LEANNA C ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 3C 

DYE, ROY AUGUSTUS, III FROM OCT. I TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 

DYE, SHARON S FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

GERSH, MARK FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

HART, THOMAS J RESEARCH AIDE, TO JULY 31 



$441.66 
450. OC 
1,625.00 
1,511. 12 
4,431.00 
1,428.64 
1,854.17 
4,852.98 
2, 718.07 
6,000.00 
10,000.02 



14,500.02 
4, 999.98 
3,975.00 
3,000.00 
340.00 
5C0.00 
5,749.34 
3,000.00 



1,860.00 

2,700.00 
9,075.00 
2,400.00 
3,600.00 
4,325.00 
3,250.00 

2,590.00 
1,416.66 
4,999.98 



200.00 
4, 750.02 

8, 150.01 
809.45 
837.77 
639.73 

3,250.00 
13,950.00 
3,0OO.OC 
1,500.00 
731. 12 
5,899.99 
5, 999.98 
3,949.98 
2,250.00 



173.33 

7, 121.28 

7,053.84 

269.50 

600.00 

2, 184.00 
1,784.00 
1,050.00 
1,551.36 
l.OOO.OC 
900.00 
458.33 



36 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN H. DENT - CONTINUED 



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

1 

KACHILO, RHODA MAE APPT SECY, 

LATAGLIATA, RALPH A FIELD REP, TO AUG. 15 

MANNINO, ERNEST JOHN ASST CLERK, TO JULY 31 

MARSDEN, BARBARA L 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 

1 TO NOV. 30 

MOLONY, MICHAEL JAMES FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

PARENTE, ADELINE FIELD REP-SECTY, TO SEPT. 30 

PODGURSKI, RICHARD FROM SEPT. 19 TO OCT. 31 

QUATRINI, VINCENT J, JR RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND ADMIN 

AIDE FOR RESEARCH, FROM DEC. 1 

RICHARDS, BEVERLY A CLERK, TO AUG. 31 , 

SIMON, THEODORE T ADM ASST (DIST), 

SPLAIN, SHEILA MARY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

SECTY, FROM AUG. 16 TO AUG. 31 , 

TRUXELL, ROMAINE S SECY (DIST), 

WRIGHT, ANN A FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

YENICH, AILEEN SECY (DIST), 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD J. DERWINSKI 

BOJOWSKI, DIANE A TO AUG. 31 

BOLTON, ANN D , 

BOLTON, JAMIE LYNN FROM OCT. 11 , 

BRADLEY, NANCY MAE FROM JULY 1 , 

BUCKLEY, PATRICIA M FROM JULY 1 , 

CLARK, SUSAN FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 , 

COGSWELL, MARY M , 

CONRAD, DENISE M , 

FAGOT, ALICE J FROM DEC. 1 , 

FOX, ERIC ROY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 . 

HIRST, BEATRICE M , 

HOSTIN, TERRY D CLERK, , 

JOY, DANIEL F , 

KOEBEL, MARGARET A SECTY, TO SEPT. 30 

MASSOTH, FLORENCE , 

ORTCIGER, MARJORIE M FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

ORTCIGER, THOMAS W 

PETERSEN, SVEND RESEARCH ASST, 

SWEET, MARY A , 

VIALL, PICKETT W 

ZIKA, SUZAN M FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 , 

OFFICE OF HON. SAMUEL L. DEVINE 

COBLITZ, IRIS COHEN CLERK, , 

HOYT, JOHN S FROM JULY 1 , 

LOWE, JANET STENOGRAPHER, TO NOV. 16 , 

OTTERSON, BRENDA JO SECRETARY, 

ROBILLARD, JEAN E STENOGRAPHER, , 

TAYLOR, MARY K 

WILLS, NORMA AGNES CLERK TYPIST, TO AUG. 15 

WOLFE, GEORGE R LEGAL AIDE, 

WORTH, ARTAMAE L CLERK-TYPIST, , 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM L. DICKINSON 

ADAMS, RACHEL ANN SECRETARY, 

AGERTON, BETTY P DIST SECRETAPY, TO JULY 15 , 

BAMBERG, WALTER J FIELD REP, 

BROWN, ADELE R FROM SEPT. 5 

BUCKHALT, RONALD B PRESS-PR ASST, 

CAMPBELL, JENNIFER C SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 , 

DEBUTTS, LOUISE B SECRETARY, , 

DENT, BARBARA R DISTRICT SECTY, , 

GASSMAN, JULIA N 

GROVES, CAROLYN FROM OCT. 23 TO NOV. 30 AND SECTY, 

FROM DEC. 1 

JANK, MARK A CLERK, TO SEPT. 1 , 



S4, 694. 78 

7, 121.28 

1,069.84 

400.00 

8,440.02 

3, 300.00 
900.00 

1,885.80 
700.00 

2,200.00 

800.00 

8,440.02 

750.00 
4,791.18 

500.00 
8, 176.26 



1,350.00 
9,450.00 

533.33 
3,951.23 
6,000.00 
2, 100.00 
3,792.90 
4,050.00 

833.33 

560.00 
6,300.00 
2,599.98 

600.00 
1,950.00 
3,792.90 
1,500.00 
6,930.00 
2,290.92 
8,790.24 
5,302.50 

675.00 



3,799.98 

12,850.02 

3,400.00 

4,249.98 

4,999.98 

8,500.02 

874.99 

13,000.02 

3,150.00 



4, 133.35 
225.00 
8, 750.02 
1,031. 12 
5,808.33 
800.00 
6,024.98 
3, 725.00 
5,675.00 

1,852.78 



37 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM L. DICKINSON - CONTINUED 

MCMAHON, LINDA S LEGIS ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND SECTY, FROM 

DEC. 1 S5, 124.98 

PEARSON, GWENDOLYN S F"OM SEPT. 1 1,433.32 

POSEY, JAMES C 3,041.67 

QUARTON, SHARON J SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 14 2,158.33 

SHELLEY, JANE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 16 160. OC 

STEEN, JUNIUS C ADMIN ASST, 14,216.65 

WALLER, MARGUERITE E FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 15 290.00 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES C. DIGGS, JR. 

CHALLENOR, HERSCHELLE FROM SEPT. 6 3,369.44 

FORD, CLAUDE A, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

GATES, VERNON FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 250. OC 

HAMS, JACQUELYN E RFCEPT I ONI ST-CLERK , 3,416.66 

JETER, PRINCE WALLACE SPECIAL ASST, 2,500.02 

JONES, DIANA N FROM JULY 18 3,622.24 

JONES, GRETCHEN A STAFF ASST (TEMP), TO JULY 31 833.33 

LEATHERWOOD, ROBERT P PUB RELNS-COMM LIAISON, 9,000.00 

MATLOCK, FELIX R 6,107.34 

OBRIEN, SHEILA M CASE SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

QUARKER, DOROTHY E ADM ASST 15,300.00 

SCOTT, FRANCES FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 100.00 

STULTZ, JEAN G FROM OCT. 10 2,475.01 

THORNELL, JOAN TALBERT FROM OCT. 18 2,027.77 

TILLETTE, EILEEN S SECTY, 6,835.14 

TURNER, ELVIN D FROM NOV. 3 499.44 

TYLER, ALBERT ROSCOE 6,199.98 

WILL0UGH8Y, JOAN T FROM JULY 1 .• 6,783.35 

WILSON, ERNEST J, III LEGIS SECRETARY, TC SEPT. 5 2,347.22 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN D. DINGELL 

ANDERSON, PATRICIA A CLERK, 5,130.00 

BRENNAN, JUDITH A CLERK, 4,191.65 

CANTWELL, JEANNETTE H ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

CANTWELL, MARY FRANCES CLERK, 5,508.00 

COTORA, ALLENE ° 5,350.00 

ENGLE, DOROTHY CLERK, 4,900.02 

HUGHES, A LORRAINE M CLERK, 5,292.00 

KAHLER, TERESA M CLERK, 600.00 

KILROY, NELL H CLERK 5,292.00 

MATUS, MARGARET A FROM SEPT. 1 6,666.68 

MCCUE, ELIZABETH M CLERK, 4,158.00 

PRATHER, CHARLES W 8,682.00 

SIVERTS, GRANT H LEGIS ASST, TO JULY 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 2,414.33 

WOOD, MARY ANN 4,899.35 

OFFICE OF HON. HAROLD D. DONOHUE 

BEAUCHAMP, GERALDINE SECTY, 7,894.98 

BRODEUR, ALFRED J CLERK, 1,000.02 

CHROMIAK, ANNA MAE SECTY, 3,466.65 

COMINGS, SARA ELLEN SECRETARY, 5,5C0.02 

DAMERON, JANET L FROM JULY 1 5,500.02 

HEALEY, GRACE G SECTY, TO SEPT. 30 2,250.00 

HEIBFRGER, M PATRICIA FROM JULY I TO NOV. 30 AND 

LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM DEC. 1 5,166.65 

MERCIER, BEVERLY A SECRETARY, 3,022.50 

MORRISSEY, THOMAS F CLERK, 1,000.02 

RAVITT, JAMES L LEGIS RESEARCH ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM DEC. 1 4,166.68 

ROURKE, WILLIAM A ADMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

SIGLER, JOANN H FRCM DEC. 1 500.00 



38 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WM. JENNINGS BRYAN DORN 



ADAMS, GAY RITA 
ANTHONY, LINDA GAIL 
AUTREY, NORMA F 
BATTISTE, LUTHER J, III 
BEACHAM, WILLIAM P, JR 
BLACK, WANDA J 
BRADFORD, JAMES W, JR 
CHRISTIAN, MARGARET 
DENT, CHARLOTTE B 
ECK, VINCENT P 
FOREMAN, MARGARET J 
HALL, KAREN M 

HAYES, VICTORIA LYNN 
HEARNE, ELIZABETH JANE 
HOBSON, JOSEPH W 
HORTON, OZEY K, JR 
JOHNSTON, HARRY M, JR 
MCCUEN, MILTON MANLY, Jf 
OWENS, WILLIAM R, JR 
POLIAKOFF, EDWARD E 
SANDIFER, FRANCIS H 
SCHULZE, CONSTANCE ANN 
SEXTON, CARROLL L, JR 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN G. DOW 

CIPRIANI, DORIS C 
CORREA, NANCY 
DOOLING, JOHN J 
ENGLEHART, ROBERT J 

FEUER, MICHAEL 
FEUER, MILDRED 
FISCH, HOWARD F 
FISCH, JANET J 
GARDINER, WAYNE 
GARDINER, WAYNE A 
GONZE, RUTH 



HOLLANDER, RICHARD S 
HUNTER, BENJAMIN S, JR 
KUNKEL, JOAN M 

KUNKEL, JOHN ADAM 
LEHMAN, SUSAN N 
LIEBERMAN, MARLA 

POLLACK, FRED LEWIS 

ROCKYMORE, CAROLYN J 
SCALZO, JUNE M 
SCHOLTZ, AMBER E 
SCHROEHER, KATHY JEAN 
SHEA, MARGARET 
SPEAR, JONATHAN BOYD 



OFPICE OF HON. JOHN DOWDY 

AMIDON, MARJORIE 
CLARK, VICKIE LEVENE 
DEAN, GERTRUDE MAXINE 
DOWDY, J 
GUY, SHIRLEY RUTH 
HENSHAW, JOHN M 
JOHNSON, DONALD LEE 
JOHNSON, MARIE E 
LANDGRAF, LESTER C 
MAYER, MARION RITA 
MCDONNELL, EUNICE 
TARRANT, CHER I 
VINSON, TERESA 



CLERK, TO DEC. 8 

TO JULY 31 

SECTY, TO SEPT. 20 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 

FROM AUG. 15 

CLERK, TO NOV. 30 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 

FRCM SEPT. 1 

SECRETARY, 

FROM JULY 7 TO AUG. 15 AND SECRETARY, 

FROM AUG. 15 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 6 

FROM NOV. 6 

SECRETARY, 

CLERK, TO JULY 31 

SECTY, 

FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 12 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 

FROM AUG. 20 

CLERK, TO OCT. 4 

CLERK, 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

STAFF ASST, 

SECTY, 

PRESS ASST, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 
STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 16 TO SEPT. 30 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

STAFF ASST, 

FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 

FROM DEC. 9 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

FROM OCT. 1 

LEGIS SPECIAL ASST, TO JULY 15 AND 
SPECIAL ASST, FROM AUG. 16 TO SEPT. 15 

AND FROM OCT. 16 

FROM JULY 1 

FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 15 

ADMIN ASST, TO SEPT. 30 AND ADM ASST, 

FROM OCT. 1 

FROM NOV. 1 

CASEWORKER , 

FROM JULY 16 TO JULY 31 AND SPECIAL 

ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 15 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 15 AND FROM AUG. 

16 TO AUG. 31 

EXECUTIVE SECTY, 

STAFF ASST, 

STAFF ASST, 

SECRETARY 

FkOM SEPT. 16 TO OCT. 31 

FROM JULY 1 

SECRETARY, 

FROM JULY 11 

SECRETARY, 

FROM JULY 1 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 

SECRETARY, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

SECRETARY, 

FPOM JULY 1 

CLERK, TO JULY 10 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 



13,291.67 

750.00 

2,018.40 

825. OC 

8,747. 16 

2,713.33 

2,916.66 

825.00 

4,541.40 

2, 166.68 

5,250.00 

3,223.33 

60.00 

1, 100.00 

5,350.02 

550.00 

8,149.98 

770.00 

825.00 

5,822.21 

2, 350.00 

4,249.98 

1, 100.00 



4,000.02 
3,499.98 
4,999.98 

1,200.00 
850.00 
3,499.98 
8,333.35 
1,222.23 
866.66 
1,299.99 



2, 291.69 

4,999.98 

40C.01 

9,933.33. 

800.00 

3,999.98 

791.67 

542.49 
4, 750.02 
4,000.02 
5,250.00 
4,300.02 

449.33 
6,250.02 



8,250.00 
1,983.33 
5,599.98 
15,300.00 
1,000.02 

600.00 
9,576. 10 
5,500.02 

450.00 

5,599.98 

15,038.91 

205.56 

994.34 



39 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN DOWDY - CONTINUED 

YOES, GERALD CLERK, TO JULY 10 AND PRESS SECTY, 

FROM JULY 11 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS N. DOWNING 

BURNETT, BARBARA SECTY (CLERK), TO NOV. 7 

CHASE, CONSTANCE HARA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 19 .... 

COLE, H MILTON, JR FROM NOV. 1 

CONNOR, LINDA MAE CLERK, 

FLANAGAN, FAITH 3 CLERK, 

HARRIS, LOGAN, JR CLERK, 

HEATER, ELIZABETH DUNN CLERK, 

HEVENER, KAPIN E SECTY-CLERK, 

HORWITZ, BARBARA S CLERK 

HUTTON, E MCK AOM ASST, 

JENKINS, NANCY S CLERK, 

NOMEYKO, ELIZABETH C CLERK, 

OBRIEN, MARY LOU CLERK, 

PHILLIPS, GRACE W SECRETARY, 

ROSS, IDA JANE CLERK, , 

WARD, DONALD GARY FROM NOV. 8 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT F. DRINAN 

AMBROZEWICZ, SUSAN FROM DEC. 1 

ANDERSON, MARY R SECTY, 

BANKOWSKI, ELIZABETH A STAFF ASST-CASE WORKER, 

BETHEA, KATHERYN R RECEPTIONIST, 

BLACKBURN, DONA L FROM AUG. 1 

CROSBY, JEAN E SECTY-RECEPTI ONI ST , 

EDDY, MARY SUSAN PERSONAL SECTY, 

FELDBERG, WARREN D CONG AIDE, TO SEPT. 30 

FLYNN, WILLIAM G SPECIAL ASSISTANT, , 

FRUITMAN, MICHAEL P CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 .... 

HAY, ELIZABETH A SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND STAFF ASST, 

FROM AUG. 1 

HURLEY, PAULA M STAFF ASST-RECEPT I ONI ST , TO JULY 16 , 

JARVI, LEONARD W RESEARCH ASST, 

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

METZGER, ROBERT S FROM AUG. 1 

MICHAELSON, MARTIN R LEGIS ASST, , 

PIERCE, PHILLIP F, JR STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 

ROBINSON, JOHN A, JR FROM DEC. 1 

SHUMAN, FRANCES C STAFF ASST-PUBLIC RELS, TO SEPT. 30 

AND STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 1 .... 

STARR, DINAH DISTRICT LIAISON, 

WHITE, LAWRENCE LEGIS RESEARCH, TO JULY 31 

ZARROW, AMY LEVY LEGISLATIVE SECTY, 

OFFICE OF HON. THADDEUS J. DULSKI 

CARBONE, ANNA CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 31 , 

CLAY, JOYCE B 

FRANCZYK, ALINA M FROM JULY 1 , 

GOLEBIEWSKI, RAYMOND T 

KARAGIANES, PETER CLERK, , 

KOVALESKI, KANDY L CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 

MCCABE, JAMES J 

MESSINA, CRUCIAN S CLERK, : , 

MOSKOWITZ, ELLEN M FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

NEESE, E IRENE 

RODRIGUEZ, MARTHA I CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 31 , 

THOMAS, CATHARIN 

YAVULLA, MARGARET CLERK, , 

ZELECHIWSKY, BOHDAN J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 .... 



3,598.33 

490. OC 

400.00 

6,250.02 

2,500.02 

600.00 

7,900.02 

6,250.02 

4, 750.02 

15,300.00 

6,250.02 

7,500.00 

4,099.98 

3,499.98 

7,900.02 

1, 189.84 



216.67 

3,499. 9? 
4,750.02 
3,750.0C 
3, 125.00 
2,899.98 
4,999.98 
1,500.00 
13,249.98 
450.00 

3,333.35 
266.67 

4,749.99 
525.00 

3,333.35 

12,000.00 

400.00 

216.67 

5,349.99 

4,000.02 

666.67 

4,500.00 



7C0.00 
4,715.09 
2,599.98 
4,541.40 
2,400.00 
4,000.02 
6,608.34 
3, 165.00 

800.00 
11,714.46 

700.00 
4,938.66 
7,648.74 

600.00 



40 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. DUNCAN 



ASKEY, THELMA JANE 
3AILEY, L EDGAR, JR 
3LAZIER, RALPH 
BRICE, PEGGY J 
DELOZIER, DORTHA P 
EASTON, ANDREA C 
EASTON, JAMES C 
FLENNIKEN, WILLIAM R 
GARRETT, VELMA L 

GRAN, JESSIE R 
GREENE, SARAH M 

HARVATT, KATHLEEN ANN 

LINDSEY, VICKI J 



LYNCH, LOWELL 8 
MAIN, KAY UPCHURCH 
MAYNARD, WILLIAM H 
MCFALLS, DEBRA DIANE 
MCRAE, MILDRED B 
PAULUS, SUSAN S 
PIGMON, PATRICIA A 
RANDLES, OLFY N 
RICHAROSON, KYLE M 
SAMPLES, STEPHEN T 
SCHULTZ, SHIRLEY J 
SILVEY, LEON 
SIPFLE, ROSALYN N 
SMITH, RAYMOND 
SONNELAND, STEVEN D 
STONE, JULIA ANN 

STRANGE, HESTER 
TEETER, NANCIE JO 
WATTS, CHARLOTTE ANA8EL 

WEBB, CORA HUNT 
WHITT, OIANE BIBLE 



OFFICE OF HON. PIERRE S. 

3ENNETT, THOMAS L 
COOPER, RANDALL 
EVANS, R ICHARD H 
FAX, LESLIE 9 
GOODNOE, SUSAN L 
GRAY, JOAN R 
HAYOEN, MARILYN R 
JONES, YVONNE G 
KENTON, GLENN C 

KEYSER, DIANE M 
KIRKLEY, PAUL E 
KNOX, JACQUELINE 
MODLY, ILONA 
OLNEY, AUSTIN P 
RICH, SALLY K 

SHELTON, JOANNA REED 
SNYDER, JACK L 

TANSEY, JOAN N 
THOMPSON, HAZEL BUNTING 

WILLS, BROOKE DECAMP 



SECRETARY, 

FIELD ASST, 

FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

LEGIS SECTY, 

SECRETARY, 

LEGIS ASST, 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 
NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

FROM JULY I TO JULY 31 AND DISTRICT 

CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 

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

DEC. 1 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

ADM ASST, TO NOV. 3C 

FROM DEC. 1 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

SECTY, TO JULY 31 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 3C 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

FROM AUG. 1 T AUG. 31 

FRCM NOV. I TO NOV. 30 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

FROM DEC. 1 

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

FROM DEC. 1 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

TO NOV. 30 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

FROM OCT. I TO OCT. 31 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND DIST SECTY, 

FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

DIST OFFICE SECTY, 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FRCM DEC. 
1 

PETE' DUPONT 

CONG ASST 

FROM JULY 16 TC SEPT. 13 

ADMIN ASST, 

ASSISTANT, TO OCT. 18 

CONGRESSIONAL CLERK, 

APPOINTMENTS SECRETARY, 

PRESS SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

EXEC SECTY-DISTRICT, 

LEGIS COUNSEL, TO SEPT. 4 AND FROM 

NOV. 8 

STAFF SECRETARY, 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 15 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

FROM SEPT. 1 TC SEPT. 30 

LEGIS ASST, 

LEGIS SECRETARY, TO AUG. 28 AND FROM 

NOV. 8 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 8 AND 
STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 4 .. 

CASEWORKER, 

ASSISTANT CASEWORKER, TO NOV. 30 AND 

CASEWORKER, FROM DEC. 1 

FROM AUG. 1 



$3,925.01 

3,269.80 

700.00 

600.00 

6,648.36 

4,225.00 

6,250.02 

800.00 

2,000.00 
6, 111.00 

1, 100.00 

1,900.00 



2,600.00 

1,000.00 

5,540.30 

2,588.82 

400.00 

4,484. 10 

500.00 

411.50 

1,000.00 

700.00 

800.00 

700.00 

1,000.00 

500.00 

1,800.00 

1,000.00 

2,000.00 

500.00 

1,000.00 

1,900.00 

2,500.02 

2,200.00 



3,319.98 

385.27 

12,675.00 

2,374.49 

3, 165.00 
4, 537.50 
1,085.83 
5, 1 17.52 

9,077.25 

3,852.48 

122.50 

625.00 

350.00 

6,250.02 

2, 765.75 
300.00 

139.72 
5,262.48 

4, 131.23 
4,645.00 



41 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. FLORENCE °. DWYER 



AMIDON, CATHERINE JO 
ARTHUR, ELIZABETH T 
EICHHORN, HILOA 
EVERETT, WILLIAM H 
HEYEROAHL, VIRGINIA 1 
KEENAN, FRANCIS J 
KLOOS, SUSAN K 
PATTI, ELIZABETH C 
VALLANCE, ETHEL 
VANDUYNE, HARRIET L - 
YACKER, MARC 



FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 $1,416.66 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, 6,013.50 

DISTRICT CLERK 2,110.02 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, 3,607.98 

CLERK, 4,483.50 

ADM ASST 15,300.00 

CLERK, 5,029.98 

CLERK, 4,200.00 

DISTRICT CLERK, TO OCT. 31 1,540.00 

SECRETAPY, 7,596.00 

FROM JULY 1 5,400.00 



OFFICE OF HON. BOB ECKHARDT 



9UTLER, ALMA L CASE WORKER, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM OCT. 

1 

COCHRAN, GLORIA B STAFF ASST, , 

CONNOR, ROBERT J FIELD REP, 

DYE, SHARON S FROM SEPT. 1 TC NOV. 30 , 

FIELDS, GARY DAVID FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 , 

GOODMAN, OIANE KAREN FROM SEPT. 1 TG SEPT. 30 , 

GRAY, FRANCES L OFFICE MANAGER, , 

HENDERSON, BRENDA J CASE WORKER, 

HOLMES, CHARLES W PRESS ASST , 

HUTCHINS, JOYCE CLERK , 

JACKSON, JUDY M CASE WORKER, 

KINNEY, JANIE A RESEARCH CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 , 

LEE, JOHN JIN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 , 

MARKOWITZ, STEVEN LEGIS ASST, , 

MCALLISTER, MARCIA FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 , 

MUKAMAL, STUART FRCM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

OZMORE, KEITH FROM JULY 1 , 

POLAN, STEVEN M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 ...., 

REININGER, RANDY FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

SEDDON, KATHRYN RESEARCH ASST, 

SHEPARD, SUSAN R CLERK TYPIST, , 

SIBLEY, LINDA ANN FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 , 

TURNER, LYDIA P FROM SEPT. 1 , 

WOLENS, GARY A FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

OFFICE OF HON. EO EOMONDSON 

BURTON, HELEN C SECRETARY, 

EAKER, GERALDINE W SECTY, 

GIBSON, BETTY C OFFICE DIRECTOR WASH., 

GRIMES, GEORGE LACY DIST ADM ASST, , 

JENNINGS, MOZELLA FAYE CLERK TYPIST, 

JOHNSON, GLADYS F FROM JULY 1 , 

LYNN, JOHN E FROM JULY 1 

MCCAULEY, WILLIAM D ASST DIST OFFICE DIR, , 

RAY, RODNEY J FROM NOV. 16 , 

SHIELDS, JACKIE KAY 

SHORT, VICTORIA E FROM SEPT. 16 

TAYLOR, CLAYTON C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

TEMPLE, GLENDA LOUISE FROM JULY 1 

WHITE, RICHARD H, JR FROM JULY 1 

WHITE, ROBERT PLEAS FROM JULY 18 JO SEPT. 15 AND FROM DEC. 

1 

OFFICE OF HON. DON EDWARDS 

BORQUEZ, CECILIA A SECRETARY, 

CREECH, RUBY H FROM SEPT. 1 

DAVID, JAMES EDWARD FROM JULY I TO JULY 15 

DELGADO, JESSE L ADM ASST, 

DYE, ROY AUGUSTUS, III FROM AUG. 1 

FREIOENRICH, DENNIS STAFF ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 15 

HAMPTON, ROBERT C FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

JONSEN, ANN M CLERK, TO JULY 31 

KINSEY, STEPHEN D FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

KIRCHEN, SARAH J STAFF ASST, 

KRAUSE, PATRICIA A STAFF ASST, 

LOFGREN, SUSAN E STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 30 



2,699.99 
5,333.34 

5,500.02 

1,436.00 

166.67 

166.67 

10,000.02 

4,500.00 

8,833.34 

799.98 

5,333.34 

1,833.32 
166.67 

9, 749.98 
166.67 
166.67 
10,440.84 
450.00 
166.67 

4,333.34 

3,750.00 
166.67 

2,500.00 
166.67 



7,596.00 
3,481.50 
8,545.50 

12,027.00 
3,956.28 
3,300.00 
7,500.00 
4,589.28 
500.00 
4,000.02 
1,595.83 
450.00 
7,500.00 

10,999.98 

1,944.52 



4,789.32 

1,899.00 

271.88 

8, 174.46 

630.00 

3,401.99 

600.00 

447.77 

600.00 

5,211.26 

1,361.00 

2,505.63 



42 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 

JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. HON EDWARDS - CONTINUED 

LUMPKINS, DORIS R FROM JULY 5 TO JULY 31 AND SECRETARY, 

FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND PERSONAL 

SECY, FROM OCT. 1 $5,240.78 

MARSICO, DAVID D FRCM OCT. 1 TO DEC. 15 750.00 

MEDEIROS, ANNE BRADLEY DIST REP, 2,743.02 

PARKER, ALAN A FROM JULY 1 11,749.49 

POCHE, MARCEL B EXEC. ASST, 10,426.50 

STEELE, CAROL H FROM AUG. 26 2,704.17 

STICKNEY, AILSA J FROM JULY 1 11,824.49 

WEBBER, IRENE H FROM AUG. 1 2,285.85 

WOLFE, KATHLEEN L FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWIN W. EDWARDS 

GOCHENOUR, DIANE B ADMIN ASST, TO SEPT. 30 4,500.00 

JONES, LLOYD G DISTRICT ASST, TO AUG. 19 2,450.00 

MAYER, JANICE L SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 2,150.01 

MILLER, PAMELA E LEGIS ASST, TO SEPT. 30 3,125.01 

MILLER, SHARON K EXECUTIVE ASST, TO SEPT. 30 2,925.00 

TREADWAY, DEE ANNE CASE WORKER, TO SEPT. 30 2,724.99 

WILMER, CHARLOTTE M SECRETARY, TO AUG. 19 1,415.56 

OFFICE OF HON. JACK EDWARDS 

BATH, MARIANNE G SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 1,500.00 

BROWN, TYRONE FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 13 958.33 

COTTLE, LAWRENCE D CLERK, TO AUG. 4 415.56 

DAWSON, ROBERT K FROM JULY 1 7,166.68 

DOYLE, CHARLEEN B FROM NOV. 1 1,150.00 

GRAHAM, SHARON C FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 699.31 

GRAY, HENRI JEAN SECRETARY, 3,125.00 

HAYS, SHIRLEY JO SECRETARY, 6,450.02 

HILDERBRANDT, THOMAS H FROM OCT. 24 1,188.06 

JACKSON, CHARLES E FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, 9,950.01 

LAURIE, JACQUELYN E SECTY, TO NOV. 30 2,250.00 

NORRIS, WILSON C FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, 7,80C02 

NORWOOD, DAVID GLENN FIELD REP, 2,500.00 

POWELL, JAMES M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 825.00 

PRICE, MARY LOU FROM SEPT. 1 2,833.32 

PRUITT, DAVID C, III ADMIN ASST 13,950.02 

SWANZY, HENRY CLAY, JR PRESS ASST, 8,000.00 

TURNER, LARRY V STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 733.34 

VOGHT, VIRGINIA B SECTY, 4,708.34 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSHUA EILBERG 

ACELLO, RICHARD A FROM JULY 10 TO AUG. 31 510.00 

ARGETSINGER, BARBARA SECRETARY, 4,666.68 

BRUCE, JALAYNE R SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 3,950.00 

DULD, CHARLES F DISTRICT OFFICE ASST, 7,883.34 

DUNNE, MARY EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 6,396.68 

GIES, PATRICIA ANNE PERSONAL SECRETARY 6,396.68 

KIRK, CHRISTINE M FROM DEC. 13 425.00 

LYONS, AGNES MARIE SECRFTARY, 4,750.02 

MARKS, BEATRICE 2,968.56 

MATHIUS, FRANK J LEGIS ASST, 6,766.68 

MORGAN, GRACE W SECRETARY, 1,000.02 

NELSON, NANCY ADM ASST, 15,100.02 

NELSON, SANDRA R FROM SEPT. 9 2,644.43 

SHORE, AUGUSTA S SECRETARY 1,054.98 

STILLWELL, BETTE J SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 8 1,794.45 

THOLEMEIER, ROBERT J, JR FROM AUG. 28 1,776.65 

UMANSKY, DAVID J EXEC ASST, 8,833.32 



43 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN N. ERLEN80RN 

ALLEMAN, DEBORAH LEE TO AUG. 31 SI, 275. 00 

ELSEA, KATHLEEN FROM SEPT. 6 2,395.83 

EVERSOLE, HARLA JEAN FROM AUG. 7 2,600.02 

HANN, DOROTHY J SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

HORNUNG, LEONA M TO AUG. 19 1,072.92 

KAYSER, PAULINE SECRETARY CASEWORKER, TO JULY 23 504.72 

MAXWELL, JOANNE D EXEC ASST, 11,125.02 

MCGRATH, KATHLEEN J FROM SEPT. 1 2,500.00 

MCGREW, FINLEY ADM ASST, 11,125.02 

NOUNNAN, CLAUDIA P 1,875.00 

REID, ROBIN SECRETARY, 3,949.98 

ROEDERER, JUDY ANN SECRETARY, 4,075.00 

SCHWAB, EMILY D FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 1,250.00 

SLADEK, CAROLYN M LEGIS ASST, 7,125.00 

TREES, GEORGE S, JR RESEARCH ASST, 5,875.02 

UTT, ANN J SECRETARY, 3,199.98 

ZEPP, RUTH GLENOA EXEC SECY, 6,874.98 

OFFICE OF HON. MARVIN L. ESCH 

BILLINGS, MARJORIE FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 AND 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM NOV. 1 4,333.34 

BROWN, JONATHAN A LEGIS ASST, TO NOV. 30 6,408.33 

CANNON, MARY ANN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 16 160.00 

CHAMBFRS, MARY ALICE CLERK, 3,791.67 

CRAIG, LINDA GENE PERSONAL SECRETARY, 4,633.33 

DOBIE, EDWARD R, JR FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,200.00 

GLOVER, SANDRA J CLERK, 4,730.28 

GOETHE, MARJORIE E CLERK, 1,732.50 

HAIDOSTIAN, CYNTHIA FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 26 400.00 

HARTWELL, KEITH 5,000.01 

HESS, MARY LOU CLERK, 3,100.02 

KAFER, RUTH EL IZABETH CLERK, 1,999.98 

KETTLER, ELLEN L FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 650.00 

MILLER, LURENA M DISTRICT SECRETARY, TO OCT. 8 AND FROM 

NOV. 1 4,953.98 

RAISON, RICHARD H DIST REP, TO OCT. 15 AND FROM NOV. 1 . 7,600.07 

REED, CANDACE CLERK, 4,024.98 

REEVE, CAROL CLERK, 5,449.98 

STEVENS, GEORGE W ADMIN ASST, 13,599.99 

TALLMADGE, RICHARD FROM DEC. 1 4C0.00 

WAGNER, JERRY C FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM DEC. 

1 2,899.99 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWIN D. ESHLEMAN 

BURKE, JUNE H ADMIN ASST, 14,223.78 

FELTY, PATRICIA A STENOGRAPHER, 5,169.48 

FITZKEE, CHARLES W INVESTIGATOR, 4,642.02 

FORBES, GERTRUDE S FROM DEC. I 433.33 

GALE3ACH, STEPHEN H CLERK, TO AUG. 27 855.00 

HEINZEL, VIOLET EXEC STENOGRAPHER, e, 482. 38 

JACKSON, GEORGE W DISTRICT ADMIN ASST, 9,874.44 

JARVIS, ANNE R CLERK, TO JULY 23 249.17 

LUTZ, BARBARA A CLERK, TO AUG. 31 900.00 

REEDY, R RONALD FIELD REP, 7,386.96 

SCHWARTZ, DAVID A FROM JULY 24 TO SEPT. 3 433.33 

STRICKLER, CATHERINE E STENOGRAPHER, 2,373.78 

WALKER, ROBERT S RESEARCH ASST, 9,013.98 

WITMER, JANET H STENOGRAPHER, 2,359.26 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK E. EVANS 

CONLON, RICHARD P STAFF DIRECTOR, TO AUG. 15 1,500.00 

DURIGON, VERA LOU CASE WORKER, 5,852.98 

GARDNER, EDWARD E, JR DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE, 6,430.00 

GIBSON, ARCH E LEGIS ASST, 9,841.85 

HULSHIZER, R DALE ADM ASST 15,206.17 

JAFFE, DANIEL L LEGIS ASST, 3,012.50 

LARSEN, BARBARA EWING SECRETARY, 3.950.5C 

LEMPEL, JOLANDA SECRETARY, 4,319.98 

LOVATO, DAISY 2,299.98 

MARTINSEN, OLIVIA A SECTY, 2,350.00 

MUSSO, JOYCE BULKLEY CASE WORKER, 4.583.5C 



44 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK E. EVANS - CONTINUED 

REDDING, GREGORY ROBERT CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 $450.00 

R08INETT, RICHARD DEAN FROM AUG. 16 TC NOV. 15 3,675.00 

SAULSt PATRICIA K SECRETARY, 2,336.58 

SCHMIDT, ERIC D 5,902.48 

SILVER, JAMES D FROM SEPT. 1 770.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOE L. EVINS 

BROWN, FRANKLIN H 3,969.48 

FRIST, WILLIAM H FROM JULY I TO AUG. 15 450.00 

GENTRY, DORIS H CLERK, 3,800.46 

HICKSt LUCILLE C 6,470.30 

HOUSEWRIGHT, WILMA H 6,470.30 

MITCHELL, RICHARD L 3,800.46 

PACK, LINDA LEE FROM JULY 1 3,774.99 

PARKER, GERALDINE 15,195.24 

WILLIAMS, BERRY C 11,479.58 

YARBROUGH, JOHNNIE BOB 3,800.46 

OFFICE OF HON. DANTE B. FASCELL 

ADAMS, PATRICIA J CLERK-TYPIST, 1,038.58 

BUCKLEY, JOHN R ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

BURRIS, BARBARA DIANE FROM JULY 1 6,292.29 

CALLESIS, SUE CLAIRE SECTY, 4,095.00 

CLEARY, RUTH OYEN SECRETARY, 4,673.50 

DONDERO, MARIE E SECRETARY, 3,785.00 

EVANS, EDITH VINCENT 6,516.30 

JUDSON, SHARON M SECRETARY, 5,125.48 

KAHN, ALBERT L FROM JULY 23 TO AUG. 29 370.00 

KAMIS, GEORGIA SECTY, TO AUG. 31 AND OFFICE MGR, FROM 

SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND SECRETARY, 

FROM OCT. 1 4,870.95 

LEVIN, LEON CLERK, TO AUG. 15 250.01 

OREGAN, CHARLES R FROM JULY 1 10,575.05 

OSTDIEK, JUDITH A SECRETARY, 3,615.00 

SCHMITZ, MARCIA ALLEN SECRETARY, 4,415.00 

VINTER, CLARE E 7,910.51 

ZINNER, KAREN LYNN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 22 220.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WALTER E. FAUNTROY 

BOYKIN, GERALDINE P DIRECTOR-DISTRICT OFFICE, TO JULY 31 . 1,281.86 

CROCKER, DAVID S CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

DANIELS, HARLEY J LEGIS ASST, 7,895.44 

DREYFUSS, HERMINE L PROJECT ASST, 2,000.00 

GREENE, YVONNE J STAFF ASST, 3,428.76 

HARRIS, JOYCE S STAFF ASST, 6,261.42 

IRVIN, SARAH F FROM JULY 1 1,481.22 

JACKSON, BARBARA V STAFF ASST, 6,593.76 

KING, WAYNE PRESTON SPECIAL ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 3,600.00 

LEE, HOWARD FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 AND ASST LEGIS 

ASST, FROM NOV. 1 5,799.98 

LELAND, SUZANNE S STAFF ASST, 4,319.00 

LEWISt DELANO E ADMIN ASST, 14,419.98 

MAYES, FAYE A STAFF ASST, 3,428.76 

PUGH, MURIEL M CASE WORKER, TO AUG. 31 AND PRESS 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 4,709.36 

SELLERS, BRENDA C STAFF ASSISTANT 2,400.00 

SIMMONS, DAVID C FROM AUG. 1 4,166.65 

WHITE, NILES C CASE WORKER, 3,519.00 

WOODRIDGE, ANNIE M CASE WORKER, 2,925.00 



45 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. PAUL FINDLEY 

ARTHUR, HELEN M PERSONAL SECRETARY, 15,815.02 

CINDRICH, KAREN FROM OCT. 1 1,916.67 

CONNER, GERALD LEE LEGIS ASST, 7,791.68 

EVANS, MADELYN SECRETARY, 4,834.98 

FAGAN, ETTA M CLERK, 2,637.48 

GORNEY, MARIJO LEGIS SECPFTARY, 5,140.02 

HEIO, THELMA I FROM DEC. 1 600.00 

KOVACIC, KATHERINE M SECTY, TO AUG. 31 1,166.66 

LEKA, NIANA HELEN SECTY, 3,8C4.17 

LEON, MARIANNE MAXINE CASEWORKER, 4,429.98 

LOHMAN, ROBERTA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

NORTON, DONALD R ADM ASST, 12,094.98 

RAPPS, DONNA MARIE FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 2,500.00 

SHADE, JANE B FROM DEC. 1 921.67 

SOMMERS, MARY ANN FROM NOV. 1 500.00 

TAYLOR, GARY D CLERK, 1,200.00 

TERIO, VICKIE M SECTY, 2,516.68 

VIEHWEG, JUANITA L FROM NOV. 18 TO NOV. 30 600.00 

WALKER, ETHEL EUDENE SECRETARY, TO NOV. 17 2,408.92 

WICHSER, ROBERT J ADM ASST, 10,789.98 

WILLIAMS, JOLYNNE RECEPTIONIST, TO NOV. 30 3,000.00 

OFFICE OF HON. HAMILTON FISH, JR. 

ALLDERDICE, MICHAEL B FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

BARRY, JOHN D AOMIN ASST, 14,569.60 

BROSSOW, NANCY JEAN SECTY, TO AUG. 31 1,166.66 

CALLAN, ALBERT FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 500.00 

CAVANAUGH, SHIRLEY J CASE WORKER, 6,372.97 

CLARK, MARY ELIZABETH FROM OCT. 1 1,934.01 

CLOW, MARIAN G FROM JULY 1 3,845.62 

COFFEY, ALAN F, JP L E G I S-PRO J ECT ASST, 7,746.10 

ELLSWORTH, AGUSTA m FROM JULY 1 3,375.25 

ELY, AYA H FROM JULY 1 8,709.64 

FRAZER, SARA E FROM JULY I 5,048.57 

FUIMARELLO, HELEN SECRETARY, TO NOV. 3C AND 

SECTY-DISTRICT, FROM DEC. 1 2,909.00 

HOFFMANN, SHELVA R SECRETARY 4,701.83 

LUCEY, NORA SECRETARY, 4,765.02 

MAZZACANO, MARY FROM JULY 1 3,556.32 

MODLY, ILONA M FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 350.00 

MULLINS, SHIRLEY L FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 299.99 

NACCARATO, JOHN J FROM JULY 1 6,502.40 

RITZ, MICHELLE A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TC AUG. 15 AND 

INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

ROWE, ARLENE JOY SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 1,143.00 

SPARACIO, BARBARA T INTERN, TO JULY 31 300.00 

OFFICE OF HON. 0. C. FISHER 

BROWN, DOUGLAS K FROM AUG. 1 1,54-1.65 

CANTRELL, DONALD L FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,874.99 

CHANDLER, ED SPECIAL ASST, 1C, 116.66 

DANIELS, EILEEN A CLERK, TO JULY 31 166.67 

DUPUY, PAULINE HOEHLER SECRETARY, 10,016.66 

GALLO, GRACE 7,883.34 

HUCKA6EE, GERRY N SECRETARY, 1,999.98 

INGRAM, JUNE SECRETARY 5,665.02 

KIKTA, MILDRED SECRETARY, 6,644.16 

MCKEE, MATTIE MAE SECRETARY, 6,710.00 

MEYER, CYNTHIA L CLERK, TO AUG. 31 666.66 

NIXON, VICKI H 7,126.67 

PAULY, HELEN S FROM JULY 1 4,299.98 

RICKS, RONNIE H FROM JULY 1 3,666.66 

STAFFORD, EMILY S CLERK, 2,175.00 

ZERTUCHE, DORA ALICIA CLERK, TO AUG. 31 500.00 

ZERTUCHE, MARIA SECRETARY, 1,999.98 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. DANIEL J. FLOOD 

ALTAIAN, RICHARD H LEGIS ASST, $4,356.08 

BETHEL, GOLDIE I FROM OCT. 15 1,224.44 

CASEY, LAWRENCE J PRESS SECTY, 4,463.82 

CLARK, MICHAEL A SPECIAL ASST, 5,663.82 

CONNOLLY, ANNE FROM JULY 1 3,750.00 

ELKO, STEPHEN B ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

HANOVER, ROBERT D ADM SECY, 5,740.02 

JONES, HUGH T SPECIAL ASST, 5,029.98 

PTAK, TESSA D FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 8 1,594.21 

REISS, FLORENCE D ASST CLERK, 2,531.40 

SHEERIN, SARAH MARIE FROM SEPT. 9 2,625.76 

SOKOL, ROSEMARIE ASST CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

SEPT. 1 1,985.62 

STETLER, MARY CATHERINE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 23 530.00 

THOMAS, DOUGLAS SPECIAL ASST, 3,491.04 

TOMASCIK, HELEN M EXEC SECTY, 14,803.62 

VOYTKO, CATHERINE M FROM OCT. 1 450.00 

YOURISHIN, LEONA M ASST SECRETARY, 6,444.08 

OFFICE OF HON. WALTER FLOWERS 

BURNS, BEVERLY C EXEC ASST, 8,666.66 

CHRISTIAN, JOHN M EXECUTIVE ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND ADMIN 

ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM 

NOV. 5 14,610.00 

DEARMAN, ANDREW J, JR DISTRICT REP, 6,433.33 

DELOACH, MARY B FROM JULY 1 3,049.98 

DEMBOWSKI, JAMES M FROM OCT. 1 3,750.00 

EATON, EMMETT W, JR DISTRICT ASST, 4,000.02 

FLANAGAN, MARY PALMER CLERK, 5,374.98 

GERAGHTY, KARENN CASE WORKER, 4,333.34 

GRANT, LORRAINE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450. OC 

HEACOCK, MARIE B FROM DEC. 1 200.00 

RAINER, JOEL MARBURY CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,200.00 

SCHATTEL, PAUL W FRO" JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 3,0O0.OC 

SPENCER, WILLIE DAWSON 3,139.56 

THOMAS, CHARLES W DISTRICT REP, 7,500.00 

THOMPSON, JOHN B FROM SEPT. 1 1,200.00 

WHITFIELD, HORACE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

WOOD, BOBBY C CLERK, 7,333.34 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. FLYNT, JR. 

AKIN, JOE B 3,833.33 

BATTON, SHIRLEY JAN SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND CLERK, FROM 

DEC. 1 3,850.01 

BEE3E, SUSAN CELESTE FROM SEPT. 1 2,433.32 

BELL, CATHERINE GENEVA FROM JULY 1 3,000.00 

ELLIS, STEVEN GEORGE CLERK, TO OCT. 10 3,194.43 

FREEMAN, DAVID F STAFF MEMBER, TO AUG. 31 AND CLERK, 

FROM SEPT. 1 4,650.00 

JOINER, RAE C SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 AND SECTY-CLERK, 

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

DEC. 1 4,066.65 

LOVE, SARAJANE N CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 1,080.00 

LUCAS, MARY LOU PERSONAL SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND 

CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 10,229.18 

MCCORD, LINA MAITLAND SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 AND SECTY-CLERK, 

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

DEC. 1 6,558.33 

REDMAN, CHARLES L, JR ADM ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND ADMIN ASST, 

FROM DEC. 1 11,583.32 

SCOTT, DONNA CAROL CLERK, 3,533.34 

STANLEY, LILA GAIL STAFF MBP , TO NOV. 30 AND CLERK, FROM 

DEC. 1 7,729.17 



47 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS S. FOLEY 



BRANDT, WERNER W FROM SEPT. 25 

CORCORAN, KEPI A CLERK, TO JULY 31 

ELDER, LAURA F FROM DEC. I 

ELLIS, MARGARET C FROM AUG. 1 TC NOV. 30 

FARDEN, ERIC WADE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

FIRST, WILLIAM L 

FLETCHER, ROSALIE D CLERK, TO AUG. 11 

GERSH, MARK FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 24 

GIBSON, DOROTHY L FROM AUG. 10 TO OCT. 31 ANO CLERK, 

FROM NOV. 1 

GOTTSCHALL, TERRELL CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

HANSEN, ARTHUR MICHAEL DISTRICT ASST, 

HOLLEY, THOMAS W 

KAY, BRAD A FRCM SEPT. 1 

LARSON, LYNN MARIE SECRETARY, TC JULY 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

AUG. 1 

MAUK, MARILYN D SECRETARY, 

MCELVEY, SANDRA W SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 

MCNEELY, JAMES P CLERK 

RINGER, JEAN C SECRETARY, 

SHEPHERD, KATHERINE SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

STROHMAIER, GARY F SPECIAL ASST, 

SUDOW, ELLEN L FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 24 

OFFICE OF HON. GERALD R. FORD 

AARDSMA, CARL FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

ANTOR, BETTE M SECRETARY, 

COULTER, DONNA L FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

DUKOV, ESTHER SECRETARY, 

DYKEMA, RICHARD T CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 2? 

GRESOV, WINSTON G CLERK, 

HESSLER, DOROTHY E SECRETARY, 

KAMSTRA, ANNE F SECRETARY, 

KILMER, RUTH M SECRETARY, 

LEONARD, MILDRED EXEC SECTY, 

MILLER, JULIE SUZANNE FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 3C 

PRINS, ORVILLE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

TERHORST, GEORGE CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 .... 

TURKENBURG, THERESE J SECRETARY, 

VANDERTILL, GORDON E SPECIAL ASST, 

VEURINK, NANETTE CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

WILSON, JOSEPHINE E LEGIS ASST, 



$6,666.66 

855.34 

1,000.00 

3,000.00 

2,000.00 

13, 110.48 

273.33 

866.66 

3,491.65 

450.00 

11,025. 00 

600.00 

1,774.00 

4,450.00 
4, 195.98 

2,950.00 
600.00 

7,353.48 
850.67 

9,499.98 
800.00 



400.00 
3,850.50 

400.00 
6,498.48 

580.00 
6,000.00 
4,993.75 
5,520.00 
6,498.48 
11,063.25 

400.00 

400.00 
1.9C8.33 
3,955.98 
10,075.02 
1,000.00 
9,609.00 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM D. FORD 



BLANK, JOANNA JUNE 



BRANSON, MEREDITH P 

CLARK, JANINE D 

DYE, ROY AUGUSTUS, III 

HARWOOD, HELEN M 
HATCHER, ALFRED T 
JOLLY, THOMAS R 
MARGETICH, HANNAH B 
MCKEE, CONSTANCE M 
MCKNIGHT, PATRICIA M 
MONOLIDIS, THEODORE 
NESVET, JEFFREY L 
OTOOLE, JAMES P 
OTT, STEFANIE 
RAMOZ, CHARITY T 
RATHBUN, FRANK H 
SENIA, AD C LE C 
TALLMADGE, PATRICIA 
TALLMADGE, WALTER H 
URBAN, JOAN L 
WAINIO, HELEN B 



FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND SPECIAL 
ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

SECTY, FROM OCT. 1 2,200.00 

FROM JULY I 5,475.00 

SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 700.00 

FRCM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND SPECIAL 

ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,152.17 

SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 541.67 

FROM JULY 1 7,841.67 

LEGIS ASST, 7,050.02 

FROM JULY 1 5,824.98 

FRCM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 441.67 

FROM JULY 1 4,358.32 

FROM JULY 1 600.00 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 108.33 

FROM JULY 1 1,100.00 

FROM JULY 1 6,625.02 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 441.67 

ADMIN ASST, 14,616.68 

FRCM SEPT. 11 1,933.33 

SECRETARY, 4,000.00 

FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 590.83 

FROM JULY 1 6,154.57 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND DISTRICT 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 6,149.98 



48 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued . 

OFFICE OF HCM. WILLIAM D. FORD - CONTINUED 

WIACEK, RAYMOND J, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 AND 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 . $860.00 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWIN 8. FORSYTHE 

BERKEY, JOSEPHINE A CLERK, 1,666.67 

B03B, JEANNETTE A FROM AUG. 1 2,15C.0C 

BRANDT, LINDA B CLERK, 3,308.35 

BROWN, DOROTHY LEE CLERK, 5,50C00 

BROWNE, WILLIAM V ADM AIDE, 13,545.00 

D4RLINGT0N, REBECCA FROM JULY 1 4,162.50 

DINGMAN, RICHARD B FROM JULY 1 11,563.93 

FRANKLIN, LYNNE M CLERK, TO JULY 31 10C.0C 

GALLAGHER, JCAN H FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 675. OC 

GATTY, ROBERT C AIDE, 10,080.00 

KERVIN, PAMELA A CLERK, 3,780.00 

LANE, STANLEY W TO NOV. 30 1,250-OC 

MCGANN, MARY B SECRETARY, 7,500.00 

MICHAUX, FRANCINE E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 11 410. OC 

MORF, BARRETT ANN CLERK-TYPIST, TO NOV. 30 AND CLERK, 

FROM DEC. 1 4,533.34 

OKELLY, JANE D CLERK, 2,466.67 

OROURKE, DONALD F CLERK, TO NOV. 30 1,250.00 

PLOWMAN, JOAN CLERK, 3,120.00 

OFFICE OF HON. L. H. FOUNTAIN 

BAYOL, MARGARET S SECRETARY 9,237.48 

CUSHEN^ER'Y, HAROLD L F»OM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

SEPT. L 1,600.00 

DANIEL, TED L EXEC ASST, 10,500.0G 

LAWRENCE, B J, III FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 600.00 

LEMLY, LOUISE C SECRETARY, 5,749.98 

LILES, LUCY G DISTRICT SECRETARY, 4,962.48 

MACNAIR, GRETCHEN G SECRETARY, 4,058.32 

MATKINS, BEVERLY KAY FROM JULY 1 4,500.00 

MEDLIN, DENNIESE L SECTY, 3,458.32 

PITTMAN, WALTER J ADM ASST, 12,150.00 

OFFICE OF HON. DONALD M. FRASER 

BINDER, LOIS FROM JULY 1 3,682.25 

CHANCE, CAPOL STAFF ASST 4,515.00 

DYE, SHARON S ASSISTANT, 1,000.02 

ELLIOTT, GERALD R FROM JULY 1 4,683.00 

FLEISCHHACKER , V M STAFF ASST, 6,544.98 

GARON, SHELDON FROM GCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 900.00 

GRANESE, NANCY L STAFF ASST, 4,750.02 

HERTZ, DOROTHY H STAFF ASST, 3,187.50 

KNIGHT, RUTH L FROM JULY 1 5,250.00 

KRATTLI, VERNA KAY STAFF ASST, 4,515.00 

KRAUSE, PATRICIA A FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,128.58 

LEONARD, WINIFRED E FROM SEPT. 1 500.00 

MACIVER, DALE ADM ASST, 9,495.00 

MCFAODEN, JUDITH N FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 1,231.67 

MOORE, GREGORY A STAFF ASST, 3,000.00 

NATHANSON, IRIC 9,350.58 

OBRIEN, GEORGIA MARY STAFF ASST, 4,515.00 

PAGE, MARY ANN FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 1.037.0C 

PARLIAMENT, STEPHEN B FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 800.00 

SHAPIRO, JANET FROM NOV. 1 1,360.66 

WATTENBERG, MARK H CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450. OC 

WONNEBERGER, ELSIE J STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 AND SECTY, FROM 

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

SEPT. 1 7,095.73 



49 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. PETER H. 



FRELINGHUYSEN 



ANDRUKITIS, BARBARA SECTY TO ADM ASST, 

ARMSTRONG, CATHERINE B STAFF ASST, 

BENNETT, CATHERINE P STAFF ASST, 

GOLDMAN, PATRICIA A STAFF ASSISTANT, 

HAMILTON, SUSAN L LEGISLATIVE SECRETARY, , 

HELIG, ROBERT K, JR FROM DEC. 1 

HERBERT, WILMA G DISTRICT SECTY, 

JAC08STEIN, CHARLOTTE H LEGIS TYPIST, TO SEPT. 3C 

JOHNSON, VIRGINIA P DISTRICT SECRETARY, , 

KENDALL, WILLIAM T ADM ASST, 

KIEFFER, JOSEPH D CLERK, 

KROL, YOLANDA LOUISE STAFF ASST, 

NOVALIS, GRACE FROM DEC. 1 TO NOV. 30 

OWENS, WILLODEAN MAIL £ FILE SECRETARY, 

PHILIPSEN, SUSAN L CLERK, TO AUG. 21 

RANKIN, CLYDE EVAN, III CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 ANO 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 3G 

STITT, CAROL D FROM DEC. 1 

STRAUS, RICHARD BRUCE LEGIS ASST, 

TENEYCK, SHIRLEY R SECRETARY, 

TONICH, DOROTHY G SECTY, 

OFFICE OF HON. BILL FRENZEL 

ABRAMS, RONALD L INTERN, TO SEPT. 15 

BLADE, VIRGINIA A FROM OEC. 1 

CHRISTENSEN, MAYBETH A DISTRICT MANAGER, 

CLEMENSON, PATRICIA JO CLERK, 

DOWIAK, ELIZABETH D CASF WORKER, 

ECKERT, NORMANDY FIELD REP, 

EVELAND, PATRICIA C PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

GOLDMAN, PATRICIA A RESEARCH ASST, 

HITCHCOCK, BETSY L FROM SEPT. 18 TO DEC. 8 

KLUG, SANDRA DARLENE DISTRICT MGR , 

MCCRIGHT, KATHLEEN A FROM JULY 1 

MODLY, ILONA M FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

NORTHCOTT, JOHN H RESEARCH DIRECTOR 

OLSON, MARK W FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 

PETERSON, GREGG C FROM DEC. 1 

SANDBO, MARIT E OFFICE MANAGER, 

SELB, TERRANCE JAMES CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 

SOLAND, CAROL A OFFICE MANAGER, TO NOV. 16 

SORVICK, CORINNE FROM SEPT. 18 TO OEC. 18 

THORPE, JOSEPHINE B RECEPTIONIST, 

WILLOW, PICHARD D STAFF DIRECTOR, 

OFFICE OF HON. LOUIS FREY, JP . 

AMANN, KATHERINE E 

ANGELIS, KRISTINE L 

HUERTA, JOHN L, JR 

JUAREZ, OSCAR F ADM ASST, 

KIRWAN, GLENNA L SECRETARY, 

KNOP, JOHN RICHARD LEGIS ASST 

LACY, MYRTLE M FROM JULY 1 

MALONE, J MICHAEL FROM NOV. 1 

MARRIOTT, FRANK, JR TO SEPT. 30 

MCGEE, IRENE C TO SEPT. 30 

MITCHELL, BARBARA JEAN FROM SEPT. 18 TO OCT. 29 AND FROM NOV, 

1 

MIXER, RANDI M 

PICKETT, ANNE CALDWELL FROM JULY I , 

PRESSLEY, SHERRY C FROM SEPT. 13 

SARGENT, WILLIAM K PRESS ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 31 ANO 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

SHUTTLEWOPTH, THOMAS S CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 22 

WRISLEY, KERRY LAMAR FROM DEC. 1 «» . 



$6, 000.00 
6,349.98 
3,249.98 
1,500.00 
4, 750.02 

333.33 
5,332.66 
1,875.00 
4,999.98 
15,300.00 
3,916.67 
6,349.98 

500. OC 
2,050.02 

736.66 

700.00 

100.00 

6,200.00 

1,900.02 

6,349.98 



750.00 

200. OC 
3,983.32 
1,899.98 
5,183.32 
4,500.00 
4,508.33 
4,500.00 

810.00 
3,991.65 
2,450.00 

350.00 
4,466.65 
2,866.67 

600.00 
5,183.32 

590.00 
3, 102.23 

910.00 

4, 15 8.34 

13,750.02 



2,550.00 
4,250.00 
3,900.00 

15, 300.00 
6,249.98 

12,558.35 
3,450.00 
1,400.00 
1,500.00 
1,875.00 

1, 129.85 
3,349.98 

8,716.68 
2,002.77 

6,941.65 
5 20.00 
525.00 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 

JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD FULTON 

BEEZLEY, GARY T PRESS AIDE, $5,275.02 

BROCK, PATRICIA DELORES SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 1,100.00 

CHAPMAN, ALICE ANN SECRETARY, 3,800.00 

COX, MATTYE P SECRETARY, 5,234.94 

DRAKE, JAMES E 15,300.00 

FRITH, OLLIE T SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 1,106.52 

GAITHER, CHARLENE C FROM OCT. 1 1,600.00 

GREGORY, DONALD FROM OCT. 1 1,800.00 

HARRIET, EDITH SECRETARY, 5,563.02 

JONES, DELORES JEAN SECRETARY, 3,666.12 

KEPNES, MONICA K FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,580.01 

LAMPLEY, PATRICIA M FROM SEPT. 1 1,900.00 

LEWIS, JEANNE R 4,445.22 

NELSON, LULA BLACK OFFICE MGP , 6,066.24 

PRESLEY, ODUS E SPECIAL ASST, 6,260.40 

ROLLINS, PAULA CLERK, 3,165.00 

SANDERS, VICKIE JANE FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 104.17 

SPELMAN, HAROLD J, III SPECIAL ASST 2,946.83 

THORNTON, WYADINE F SECRETARY, 6,461.34 

OFFICE OF HON. DON FUQUA 

BAILEY, JUNE E 2,498.10 

BARNES, CAROLYN J 4,427.64 

CHALKER, CHARLES W 4,445.34 

OEMONTMOLLIN, STEPHEN 9,000.00 

FISHER, RUTH W PERSONAL SECRETARY 7,912.50 

GREVE, CECELIA C SECRETARY, 4,483.74 

HICKS, THOMAS P 8,560.32 

MAYO, MARTIN L FROM JULY 10 TO AUG. 9 416.67 

MCK4Y, JOAN S 5,078.64 

MITCHELL, LANCE H FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 25 390.00 

ROWLANO, MICHAEL L STUDENT ASST, TO JULY 14 140.00 

SCUDDER, ANN HAMILTON 4,861.86 

STENSGAARD, ELIZABETH 1,763.82 

WADSWORTH, HERBERT, JR 13,187.52 

WILLIAMS, MARTHA M FROM AUG. 18 2,770.83 

W00D3ERY, THOMAS D, III CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 14 140.00 

OFFICE OF HON. NICK GALIFIANAKIS 

ATKINS, ELLEN T SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 AND SECTY, FROM 

NOV. 1 3,500.02 

8ARNETT, BETTY F FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 2,049.99 

BOICE, DONA FROM JULY 1 3,850.00 

BROWN, DEBORAH C FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,150.00 

FLETCHER, BARBARA M FROM JULY 1 7,333.32 

HALL, CAROL G FROM JULY 1 4,200.02 

HAMLET, ANN T DIST OFF LIAISON OFFICER, TO OCT. 31 

AND SECTY, FROM NOV. 1 2,457.24 

HONEYCUTT, CAROLYN H SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 AND SECTY, FROM 

NOV. 1 4,426.54 

LASHLEY, ANN ROBERTA LEGIS SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 2,033.04 

MCPHERSON, WILLIAM V, JR DIST ADM ASST, 7,490.52 

MICHAUX, ERIC C DISTRICT LIAISON OFFICER, 3,165.00 

PLOTKIN, JANE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 560.00 

REID, BALDWIN HORN FROM JULY 1 4,900.00 

REUSING, MICHAEL V DIST LIAISON OFFICER, TO SEPT. 30 .... 1,978.14 

ROLL, BETSY WELLS ADMIN SECRETARY, 4,339.08 

STILLEY, EVELYN H FROM JULY 1 5,299.98 

SUGG, MARGARET JOYCE ADM ASST, 10,839.18 

WEIR, LUCY ANN DISTRICT LIAISON OFFICER 4,589.28 

OFFICE OF HON. CORNELIUS E. GALLAGHER 

CARROLL, NEIL J DISTRICT SECRETARY, 7,297.50 

COOK, MICHAEL ASST LEGIS AIDE, 6,000.00 

DRAKE, NANCY GARROTT RECEPTIONIST C DEPT ASST 6,274.98 

HENNESSEY, ARLENE M EXECUTIVE ASST, 8,322.48 

HENNESSEY, PATRICIA R PERS SECTY 6 DEPT ASST 5,697.48 

JACKSON, GREGORY J FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 850.00 

MAY, ELIZABETH ADM ASST, 15,300.00 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CORNELIUS E. GALLAGHER - CONTINUED 

MCCASSIE, MARY FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 23 AND FRGM OCT. I 

TO OCT. 31 $681.39 

MCLEON, ADDISON M ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 333.33 

MULLANAPHY, LOIS A OIST SECTY, 6,775.02 

ROBERTS, HELEN G FROM SEPT. 18 1,716.67 

WITTER, CHARLES P SPECIAL ASST, 10,000.02 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD A. GARMATZ 

ACKER, GRANT E FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 2,250.00 

ANASTASIO, NELL POWERS FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 A, 003. 26 

BAGINSKI, THERESA B TO JULY 31 1,800.00 

BROWN, DAVID L FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 2,250.00 

FIELDS, HELEN FRANCIS CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

HOFFERBERT, LOUIS T, JR SECRETARY, 13,767.48 

LASSER, MARILYN SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 AND EXEC SECTY, 

FROM NOV. 1 11,199.06 

LIDINSKY, RICHARD A, JR STAFF ASSISTANT, 7,548.00 

MCCLAIN, MICHELE J STAFF ASST, TO OCT. 31 AND SECTY, FROM 

NOV. 1 8,850.66 

OGLE, EVELYN FREDIA FROM NOV. 1 4,003.26 

SLIFKER, VICTORIA M SECRETARY, 5,421.96 

SWEGON, ROSE L 3,750.00 

SZULINSKI, JANE A TO AUG. 31 4,003.26 

TRACY, JANICE E SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND STAFF 

ASSISTANT, FROM AUG. 1 9,699.06 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH M. GAYDOS 

BONE, SADIE M ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 31 466.66 

CLOSSIN, RICHARD E PRESS SECRETARY, 7,950.00 

COX, NANCY LYNN CLERK TYPIST, TO AUG. 18 800.00 

CROSS, RITA M CLERK-TYPIST, 3,000.00 

DIMARCO, PATRICIA DIST OFFICE SECTY, 4,8CC.0O 

GAIL, DANIEL BENJAMIN FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,430.01 

GEORGE, MAE OLA CLERK, 3,400.02 

GERBA, RALPH R PUBLICATIONS ASST, TO AUG. 31 966.66 

GILMORE, JOYCE W CLERK, 4,549.98 

HANBURY, SANDRA D EXEC SECRETARY, 6,750.00 

JONES, PHYLLIS SUSAN CLERK T YPI ST-REC EPT , 3,750.00 

KINGERSKI, IRIS A FROM DEC. I 476.67 

MANDELLA, BERNARD A 13,795.98 

MARINO, PATRICIA ANN CLERK TYPIST, 3,499.98 

NIGRISS, FRANK S PUBLICATIONS ASST, 4,999.98 

ORR, JOHN MCLANE FROM AUG. 21 606.67 

REMINGTON, KAREN SUE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 590.00 

ROMANO, FRANK ALBERT FROM SEPT. 1 2,400.00 

STAISEY, WINIFRED H EXEC SECTY, 4,800.00 

ZAJICEK, JOSEPH R DISTRICT ADMINISTRATOR, 9,949.98 

OFFICE OF HON. TOM S. GETTYS 

ADAMS, MARY ALICE FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 550.00 

BANKHEAD, JOHN G R CLERK, 6,600.0C 

CULIN, BONNIE L FROM JULY 24 3,488.91 

FAIREY, RISHER R FROM JULY 10 TO AUG. 9 550.00 

FREDERICK, DEBBIE FROM JULY I TO JULY 31 550.00 

FRIEDMAN, DAPHNE CLERK, TO JULY 9 165.00 

FRY, MARGUERITE L CLERK, TO JULY 14 443.33 

FUNDERBURK, DEBRA FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 550.00 

GRAHAM, GEORGIANNA G CLERK, TO JULY 9 165.00 

HILL, ISABEL M FROM OCT. 10 270.00 

KELLEY, LYNDALL J CLERK, TO NOV. 17 2,854.17 

LAWSON, HAROLD ARTHUR 4,250.34 

LEE, NELL S 2,500.00 

MILLS, PATTI LANE FRCM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 550. OC 

PRYOR, WILLIAM FROM SEPT. 5 2,287.79 

ROBERTS, LINDA J CLERK, 5,200.02 

RUSSELL, EDGAR FARR, JR CLERK, 11,400.00 

STEELE, CURTIS C, JR FRCM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 550.00 

STEGALL, SHIRLEY W 3,163.93 

WARD, ROBERT M 6,000.00 



52 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. TOM S. GETTYS - CONTINUED 

WINBURN, JOHN P CLERK, $6,600.00 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT N. GIAIMO 

ARONHALT, KAY A 3,510.00 

ARTHUR, SUSAN HOWARD TYPIST, 3,100.02 

BAGLIONI, IGINO 749.98 

BEACH, ALICE L CLERK, TO AUG. 31 403.50 

CAMP3ELL, CHARLOTTE D RECEPTIONIST, 3,428.76 

DEROSA, ROSE C F»OM SEPT. 1 2,166.68 

GOLODNER, LINDA F FROM NOV. 1 3,493.34 

HONEYCUTT, LYNN C LEGISLATIVE AIDE, 5,525.01 

HOOK, DEBORAH MARIE SECRETARY, 3,642.12 

HYDE, FREDERICK H, III STAFF ASST, 3,250.02 

LOCKARD, ANNA M FROM SEPT. 18 TO NOV. 30 1,216.67 

MOORE, FRANCIS J DISTRICT SECTY, 7,987.20 

NIXON, D EILEEN ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

PARIS, NANCY S LEGIS AIDE, 4,000.02 

SCARPULLA, A THOMAS TO SEPT. 30 4,211.13 

TOLOMEO, MARTIN E, JR LEGIS ASST, 4,999.98 

VALLANCE, SHIRLEY M STAFF ASST, TO DEC. 17 5,357.92 

OFFICE OF HON. SAM GIBBONS 

ALCALDE, HECTOR ADMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

CASTRO, ADRIAN R CLERK, TO SEPT. 15 AND FROM DEC. 1 ... 704.15 

CONLON, RICHARD P FROM DEC. 1 766.00 

FERNANDEZ, MARGARET SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

HARFORD, PATRICIA CLERK, 6,833.34 

HEATH, CAROLYN K 5,507.50 

HOUGE, LINDA SUE SECTY, 6,250.02 

HOWLETT, NELL J LEGIS. ASST., 10,500.00 

MILLS, BEVERLY ANNE FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 725.01 

MOLONY, MICHAEL JAMES FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND CLERK, 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 2,381.32 

OBANNON, DONA RESEARCH ASST, 10,833.35 

REA, ELIZABETH L CLERK, 3,750.00 

SPADOLA, JANET ANN SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

STOUGHTON, RENATA KUH CLERK, 1,999.98 

WAMSLEY, KAY L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 16 1,500.00 

WILEY, KATHRYN E CLERK, TO NOV. 30 1,525.01 

WRIGHT, ANN A FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 416.00 

ZAKOTNIK, BONNIE FROM SEPT. 16 729.15 

OFFICE OF HON. BARRY M. GOLDWATER, JR. 

ANGELICCHIO, FRANCES FROM OCT. 22 1,341.66 

BLACK, KENNETH L FROM DEC. 1 1,766.00 

CAMPBELL, MARY WANDA CLERK-TYPIST, TO DEC. 15 2,841.68 

COX, JOHN E, JR FROM JULY 1 11,299.98 

DAZE, DAVID TIMOTHY SPECIAL ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,373.34 

ELLERTON, SIGNY S PRESS SECRETARY, 5,665.02 

GAUL, EMMY LOU CASEWORKER, 4,635.00 

GRAY, VERONICA J SECRETARY, 3,199.98 

HAVLICEK, JANE E PERSONAL EXEC SECRETARY, 5,665.02 

JOHNSON, JEANNE DISTRICT SECTY, 6,349.98 

KORTEN, PATRICK S LEGISLATIVE ASST, TO AUG. 23 1,619.45 

MCCLAIN, WILLIAM FROM JULY 1 11,950.02 

OCONNELLt JESSIE L SECTY, 4,450.02 

PHILLIPS, CAROLINE A SECRETARY, 3,499.98 

RUTHERFORD, MARY F SECRETARY, 4,635.00 

SAUNDERS, DEBRA JO TO NOV. 18 3,395.31 

SOMERVILLE, CAROL B CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 560.00 



53 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. HENRY 8. GONZALEZ 



BAISH, EDYTH FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

BEAGLE, GAIL J ADM t PRESS ASST, TO OCT. 31 AND FROM 

NOV. 5 

CALDWELL, 8ERNADETTE C CASEWORKER £ GEN OPER MGR, TO JULY 31 

AND SPECIAL ASST, FROM AUG. 1 

CANTU, RAYMOND I, JR STAFF ASST, TO JULY 10 AND FROM SEPT. 

5 

CAVINESS, JEANNETTE FROM AUG. 9 TO SEPT. 1 

CLAYTON, CORA FAYE CHIEF CASEWORKER-DISTRICT, 

OELEGN, IRMA CASEWORKER, 

GONZALEZ, MARY JESSIE ASST - HOME OFFICE, 

GOSHA, JAMES ONEAL FROM JULY 1 

HAPTIE, ARLETT L TYPIST, TO SEPT. 1C AND GENERAL SECTY, 

FROM SEPT. 11 TO OCT. 31 

JEFFERY, WILLIAM CRAIG CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

DISTRICT AIDE, FROM AUG. 16 TO AUG. 31 

MENA, HORTENCE G LEGIS AIDE 

MOONEY, CHRISTINA L SECRETARY, 

SMITH, DORIS G SECTY, 

TAMEZ, LUZ G DIRECTOR DISTRICT OFFICE 

WONG, ELLA M RECEPTIONIST-SPANISH WRITER, 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE A. GOODLING 

8RENDLE, MURIEL P 

BRUEGGEMAN, EDITH R 

3YNAKER, MARY ROSALIE FROM JULY 1 

BETTER, LUCILLE F 

KLINE, PAUL A FROM JULY 5 

MANCUSO, AMELIA FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 15 

MOPSIK, LOUISE A TO DEC. 15 

NEWCOMER, NANCY A FROM JULY 1 

PEIFFER, PERRY A 

OFFICE OF HON. ELLA T. GRASSO 

APPELL, GARY LEONARD CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 25 

D08EK, ROBERT F LEGIS ASST, 

FORAND, EDWARD J, JR FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 15 AND PRESS ASST, 

FROM NOV. 4 

GILES, BETTY E EXEC SECTY, 

GOLDBERG, JAMIE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 25 

HEINTZ, HAROLD F ADMIN AIDE, 

HOROWITZ, ARLENE LEGISLATIVE SECTY, TO AUG. 11 

KAMINSKI, DOROTHY ROSE FROM JULY 1 

LEVINE, ARLENE E DISTRICT AIDE, TO AUG. 15 AND STAFF 

ASST, FROM NOV. 4 

LEWINSOHN, NANCY ADM ASST, TO OCT. 22 AND FROM NOV. 4 . 

LISOWSKI, LINDA FROM JULY 26 TO AUG. 31 

MANCUSO, FRANK DISTRICT ASST, 

MCCAFFERY, DOROTHY KANE STAFF ASST, 

MESSINA, ROXANNE RECEPTIONIST, 

NAGLE, NANCY L FROM AUG. 28 

SULLIVAN, EDWARD E STAFF ASST, TO OCT. 17 AND FROM NOV. 4 

SWICKLAS, JOHN G, SR ADM AIDE, 

T3AL, JOHN C RESEARCH ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND SR 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM DEC. 1 

VAUGHN, MARCIA L CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 31 AND PRESS 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 

WHITE, SUSAN ELIZABETH FROM AUG. 28 

OFFICE OF HON. KENNETH J. GRAY 

BERGIN, MARGARET J FROM JULY 1 

BRADEN, A FRANK STAFF ASST, 

CARLTON, DAVID S, JR ASSISTANT, 

DARBY, RICHARD A ASSISTANT, 

FREEMAN, MARTHA JANE STENO CLERK, 

FRUCHTER, ADINE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

GAYER, PAUL WILLIAM ASST, 

GOULD, JUDITH D FROM SEPT. 1 

GRAY, THOMAS W DIST OFFICE MGP , 

KIPP, NADINE L FROM AUG. 1 

MYERS, MELANIE R STENOGRAPHER, 



5,691.67 

3,311.12 
351.39 

8,440.02 

4,025.00 

4,483.74 

7C0. 02 

1,808.35 

700.00 
6, 175.43 
1, 12 5.0C 
4, 781.26 
9, 231.24 
5,011.26 



1,707.00 
3, 730.50 
6,499.98 
3,840.24 
6,500.27 
3,791.66 
1,256.23 
6,499.98 
8,627.37 



250.00 
4,665.00 

4,747.52 
7,221.28 
1,298.61 
7,682.28 
956.67 
3,898.00 

2,266.67 
11,391.05 
350.00 
1,000.02 
1,999.98 
3,469. 18 
3,004. 
1,822. 
1,500. 



,15 
,21 
.00 



4,649.98 



3,842.92 
2,696.88 



9,679.74 

5,697.00 
9, 154.14 
1,266.00 
4,420.00 
450.00 
4,207.62 
2,900.00 
=,663.30 
3,650.00 
5,036.76 



54 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. KENNETH J. GRAY - CONTINUED 

OTTERSON, VIRGINIA STENOGRAPHER t $4,198.68 

PARR, CARLA RAE CLERK-RECEPTIONIST, TO JULY 31 773.67 

RAY, ELIZABETH FROM JULY 1 4,380.00 

RUSHING, "CHLOE STENOGRAPHER, 4,608.48 

SPENCER, DIXIE J STENOGRAPHER, 5,036.76 

STUFFLEBEAN, DELORIS L CLERK STENO, TO AUG. 31 1,460.00 

WILLIS, TRUDY D CLERK, 2,215.50 

OFFICE OF HON. EDITH GREEN 

CANNON, JANINE V 4,249.98 

COULSON, COTTON R CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 590.00 

DOUGLAS, JANE E SECRETARY, 4,099.98 

GREENBERG, DANIEL A RESEARCH ASSISTANT, TO JULY 15 420.84 

HABEREK, JUDITH SECRETARY, 4,249.98 

HAHN, ELIZABETH K FROM JULY 1 5,333.32 

HENSLEY, MARGARET M STENOGRAPHER, 2,400.00 

MCKAY, DELORA F SECRETARY, 7,249.98 

MONAHAN, MARY ANN FROM JULY 1 4,999.98 

MOWER, BONNY A CLERK, t DE c. 3 2,987.49 

SCHWARTZ, RONALD RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 7,500.00 

SPEIGHT, STEPHANIE FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 31 977.78 

STAPLETON, MARILYN RAE STAFF ASST, 9,125.01 

SWAN, STANLEY N 9,249.99 

VANTURE, PAUL S LEGISLATIVE ASST, 7,500.00 

WAHLER, LINDA S SECRFTARY 6,623.01 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM J. GREEN 

9USSE, GRACE ELLEN CLERK, 5,237.52 

GAFFIGAN, JOSEPH J CLERK, 6,000.00 

GLANCEY, DAVID B CLERK 7,000.02 

HENDERSHOT, THOMAS R CLERK, 7,000.02 

HOWARD, JAMES B CLERK 4,999.98 

KILDOO, JOAN CARLEY CLERK, 7,000.02 

KINELSKI, STELLA J FROM AUG. 5 TO DEC. 8 2,238.91 

LEVINSON, HOWARD M CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,050.00 

LOMUS, JOAN B CLERK, 3,225.00 

LUBELL, STEPHEN K CLERK, 7,000.02 

PARSONS, ROSFMARY T CLERK, TO JULY 21 AND FROM OCT. 1 .... 2,389.57 

PEDITTO, STEPHANIE M FROM JULY 24 TO AUG. 4 236.80 

SULLIVAN, ESTELLE T FROM JULY 1 5,308.38 

WHITE, EVELYN J CLERK, 7,999.98 

WHITE, F JOHN CLERK, 7,000.02 

WRIGHT, KEVIN H FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

WRIGLEY, THOMAS R FROM DEC. 1 613.89 

ZIEGENFUSS, JOYCE E CLERK 2,350.02 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES H. GRIFFIN 

ALFORD, BARBARA ANN SECRETARY, 5,011.02 

BELL, JANE H SECRETARY, 5,960.52 

BOND, JUDITH C FROM AUG. 22 2.150.0C 

BULLARD, ANNE L STAFF ASST, 4,200.00 

COLE, WILLIAM J, III LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 6,200.00 

ELLIS, CATHERINE C SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 AND CONSULTANT, 

FROM OCT. 1 7,050.51 

HARPER, MARTHA CLAIRE SECRETARY, 5,960.52 

HINSON, JON CLIFTON ADMIN ASST, 11,341.02 

MASHBURN, JAMES TIMOTHY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

PERRY, PATRICIA ANN SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 1,846.16 

SHATTLES, OTIS S STAFF ASST, 9,916.98 

SMITH, JOHN T FROM JULY 1 3,428.52 



55 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. MARTHA W. GRIFFITHS 

ANGLIN, ANDREA N SECRETARY, $4,750.02 

BAKER, MARGARET N SECRETARY, 1,547.70 

SARNA, RUTH E FROM JULY 1 3,750.00 

BERNHARO, MARY E EXEC SECTY, 7,999.98 

BRODOWICZ, E IRENE SECTY, 4,374.96 

GERMAN, MARY ANN SECTY, 4,249.98 

KELLY, MAURA P LEGIS ASST, 7,999.98 

MCDONALD, MARY CHARLENE SECTY, 3,000.00 

MCKEON, DIANE LYNN CLERK, 2,095.00 

MIKULICH, MAPILYNNE 14,500.02 

°IDGEON, JAMES M SECRETARY, 4,750.02 

REESE, JAMES EUGENE CLERK, TO AUG. 31 512.00 

SVABIK, MARK A FROM JULY 1 2.02G.00 

TREADWAY, ANNE E FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 750. OC 

VANCOVERDEN, THOMAS J SECRETARY, 7,500.00 

ZINGER, JUDITH A FROM SEPT. 1 TO DEC. 15 2.COO.0C 

OFFICE OF HON. H. R. GROSS 

CASE, ROBERT E FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 AND DIST 

COORDINATOR, FROM NCV. 1 13,166.66 

GEBHARD, CHARLIE 2,968.56 

GOODMAN, YVONNE R STAFF ASST, 8,501.16 

JAEGER, GENEVA STAFF ASST, 6,330.00 

MCDARGH, DOROTHY R STAFF ASST, 8,334.48 

MORRISON, JULIAN K ADM ASST, 15,297.48 

PENALUNA, THOMAS R FRGM DEC. 1 625.00 

UHLENHOPP, CLETUS RAY STAFF ASST, 5,683.34 

WRIGHT, WENDY SEARS FROM JULY 1 3,400.02 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES R. GROVER, JR. 

BELL, BILLIE JEAN SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND CLERK, FROM 

DEC. 1 4,806.25 

BUCHMAN, WILLIAM E SPEC ASST, 2,569.02 

DIRKES, EDITH B SECRETARY, 2,821.63 

FERRARO, ANTHONY J 2,568.12 

GAGGIN, ERVINE A 2,568.12 

HALLAHAN, JOHN T SPEC ASST, 4,981.75 

KENNEDY, BRUCE SPECIAL ASST 4,448.28 

KING, BRENDA J SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND OFFICE MGR, 

FRCM SEPT. 1 7,377.55 

LAZIO, ANTHONY SPECIAL ASST, 2,500.02 

MARKOWITZ, SAMUEL SPEC ASST, 8,169.71 

MARTIN, NANCY G FROM SEPT. 25 1,763.13 

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

1 3,279.81 

PAPWORTH, MARY J ADM ASST, TO OCT. 15 8,458.35 

PROULX, LORRAINE M SECRETARY, 5,057.44 

SHEREDY, CAROLYN FROM AUG. 21 TO NOV. 3G AND CLERK, 

FROM DEC. 1 3,583.81 

STRANDBERG, BERT V FROM NOV. 1 3,333.34 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES S. GUBSER 

ANDERSON, FRANCIS, III FIELD REP, TO SEPT. 15 AND FRCM NOV. 

10 3,150.00 

CASSIDY, JOHN J FROM JULY 1 1,200.00 

CJKER, DELOPES S CLEPK, 4,541.40 

CONWAY, CATHERINE CLERK, 2,423.16 

CORTELYOU, WARREN P FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 262.00 

CURTIS, MARY MARGARET SECRETARY, 4,833.33 

DREISBACH, PAULA T FROM NOV. 1 500.00 

GORDON, JEAN E ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

GOSPODNETICH, ELLEN MAE SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST, 8,000.00 

HERZ, LYDIA JEAN SECRETARY, TO OCT. 15 3,704.16 

JOHNSON, DEBORAH JEAN CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,100.00 

JOHNSON, SUSAN J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

MARCEAU, MADELEINE M EXEC SECRETARY, 1C, 500.00 

MENAGH, JOAN C FRCM JULY 1 3,900.00 

REYNOLDS, COLLEEN SECRETARY, 4,225.00 

SCHMIDT, GERTRUDE H CLERK, 2,400.00 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. CHAPLES S. GUBSER - CONTINUED 
SMITH, LYNN KATHRYN CLERK, TO AUG. 31 



SI, 166.66 



OFFICE OF HON. GILBERT GUDE 

8INGLEY, BARBARA CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND CASE WORKER, 

FROM SEPT. I 

BROWN, MARY Z 'CLERK 

CARROLL, JUDY D CLERK, 

CLAIR, VENITA R CLERK, TO NOV. 10 

DALY, JOHN AUGUSTINE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 19 AND 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

FARR, JOHN D, III LEGIS AIDE, 

FINNEY, NANCY JEAN CLERK, 

GRIGG, WILLIAM M PRESS ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 

15 

HARVEY, ELIZABETH V R FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 AND CLERK, 

FROM DEC. 1 

HAWK, GORDON L CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND ADM ASST, FROM 

A UG . 1 

KLINE, HERBERT W FROM SEPT. 1 

KNOX, JACQUELINE FROM JULY 10 TO JULY 31 

LOOKNER, JANICE LEGISLATIVE AIDE, 

LYONS, JOHN F, JR LEGIS ASST, 

MANNINA, GEORGE J, JR FROM JULY 1 

OBRYON, DAVID S FROM NOV. 17 

PLASTER, ANNE A FROM OCT. 1 

POWELL, SANDRA J CLERK, TO NOV. 30 

REINSCH, WILLIAM A FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

SMITH, MARILYN MUIR FROM NOV. 15 

WELDON, GARTH PATRICK CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

OFFICE OF HON. G. ELLIOTT HAGAN 

BLANKENSHIP, LEWIS C 

BLY, MARY S FROM JULY 1 

BRANTLEY, RABUN L 

BRINSON, WILLIAM K 

DAVIS, JEWEL S SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 

GIOLITO, CAROLYN H 

HOHNADEL, JOHNNIE B 

MATSON, WILLIAM LEE TO AUG. 31 

MCRAE, HAROLD W FROM OCT. 1 

PRICE, RALPH C, JR TO AUG. 31 

RAKOW, MIRIAM WOLMAN 

STUBBS, GLADYS G 

THOMAS, DAVID EDWARD 

THOMAS, SARA N FROM SEPT. 1 

TREADO, CHARLES W 

WATERS, RUSSELL A TO NOV. 6 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES A. HALEY 

BLOODWORTH, BURNETT S CLERK, TO NOV. 6 

CAREY, EDNA G CLERK, 

EARNHARDT, JOYCE RAY FROM SEPT. 15 

GALLERY, JAMES A, III CLERK, 

GIENAU, HELEN 3 CLERK, 

HAMILTON, JOSFPH G CLERK, 

HOOD, R ELMO CLERK 

JONES, ROY, JR CLERK, 

KNOTT, JAMES H, JR CLERK, 

KROHNGOLO, NANCY P CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

LIBBY, LINDA RUTH CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 

MACNICHOL, MARILEE B 

METCALF, SANDRA MARIE CLERK, 

MYERS, ALICE V 

PAPAJ, DIANE L CLERK, 

SAULS, STEPHEN A FROM SEPT. 1 



A, 608. 34 
A, 587.48 
3,858.35 
5,428.18 

590.00 
4,629.98 
3,798.00 

5,420.73 

2,413.06 

14,825.02 

1,666.68 

218.75 

4, 100.00 
7,120.02 
5,050.02 

880.00 

900.00 
3,813.32 

300.00 
1,277.77 

700.00 



3, 106.42 
7,904.43 
1,440.00 
9, 750. OC 
1,666.66 
6, 861. 11 
14,565.50 

833.34 
1,856.41 

833.34 
7,640.09 
3,000.00 
3, 106.42 
2, 166.68 
3, 106.42 
7,000.01 



3,073.01 
3,371.68 
2,077.77 
4,350.00 
4,789.98 
2, 149.98 
9,490.02 
4, 817.49 
1.25C.C1 
966.66 
1,899.99 

12,521.67 
6,153, 

13,016. 

3,900. 

666. 



.33 
.67 
,00 
,68 



57 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. DURWAPO G. HALL 



BAR6ARICK, OTIS L CLERK, 

BOCCUCCI, CAROLYN CLERK, TO JULY 9 

CASE, DIANN GAIL CLERK, 

CLARKE, MARILYN H FROM JULY 15 

CRUME, BONNIE JEANE CLERK, 

HENSON, GERALD L ADMASST, 

HOUSE, ROBERT H CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

MCDONALO, ANN CLERK, 

MILLER, JANET K CLERK, 

ORR, ROBERT W, JR FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 

WATKINS, FRANCES A EXEC SECRETARY, 

WHITEHEAD, PEGGY LOU CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. SEYMOUR HALPERN 

ACKERMAN, BETTE JANE CASE WORKER, 

ANAN, VICTORIA SECTY, 

ARNOLD, CHRISTINE S FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

CHWAT, JOHN STEVEN FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 AND SPECIAL 

ASST, FROM DEC. 1 

DRANOV, PAULA FROM NOV. 1 

EMBREY, PAMELIA ANN SECTY 

FAULKNER, BAR3ARA J FROM SEPT. 14 

FRIEDMAN, MARC SUMMER INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

GARAUFIS, DEMETRIA G DIST OFF MANAGER, 

HOWARD, WILLIAM E FROM OCT. 1 

IMLE, DEBORAH FROM NOV. 1 

KAMBER, VICTOR S FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 23 

KEARNEY, JAMES K FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

LAYMAN, PEGGY A PERSONAL SECTY, 

LEROY, L DAVID FROM SEPT. 1 TC SEPT. 30 

MAGGIORE, "ICHARD J SP ASST - OISTRICT, TO OCT. 20 

MOONEY, MAUREEN FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 

PRAGA, LAWRENCE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 19 AND 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 . 

3UINN, JAMES V LEGIS ASST, TO OCT. 31 

SCHLEGEL, PAUL FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

SEIBERT, DIANE SECRETAR Y-DI ST OFFICF, 

TENDLER, PAUL M FROM JULY 1 

WARD, JOHN S FROM SEPT. 1 

WOLK, LAWRENCE J FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

OFFICE OF HON. LEE H. HAMILTON 

BOWER, BERNICE LEE FROM DEC. 1 

CUMMINGS, LAWRENCE M FROM AUG. 16 TC AUG. 31 AND 

PUBLICATIONS AIDE, FROM SEPT. 1 

CUSTER, KIM E FROM JULY 1 

ENGLER, ELLEN M SECTY-REC EPT ION I ST , 

FRASER, LORAN G LEGIS RESEARCH ASST, 

FRIEDMAN, BARBARA G LEGIS SECRETARY, TO JULY 21 

GRAY, SHIRLEY SECTY - DIST OFF, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM 

SEPT. 5 

MCFALL, DAVID M ADM ASST, 

MULRY, NANCY I OFFICE MANAGER, 

PORTER, DAVID H FIELD REP, TO JULY 9 

PORTER, PATRICK GAYNOR FIELD REP, TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

RASMUSSEN, ERIKM 

REDMOND, PATRICK H PRESS SECRETARY, 

RUSSELL, PATRICIA A SCHEDULING SECTY, 

SCHURMAN, VALERIE FROM JULY 10 

SIENKIEWICZ, EUGENE PUBLICATIONS AID, TO JULY 9 AND 

PUBLICATIONS AIDE, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 

31 

SIMMONS, ALICE F CLERK-TYPIST, 

SMITH, PHYLLIS A FROM JULY 22 TO SEPT. 30 

STAUNTON, CHARLES B CLERK, TO AUG. 15 

STEARNS, DIANE E CHIEF CASE WORKER, 

WATSON, JUDY CAROL FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND DISTRICT 

SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 TC NOV. 30 

ZIEGNER, ANNE VIRGINIA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 19 



$6,000.00 

195.00 

4,249.98 

3, 135.57 

5,800.02 

13,916.65 

450.00 

5,541.67 

3,850.02 

750.00 

9,791.65 

1,950.00 



4,850.02 
5, 324.99 
1, 241.67 

2,250.00 
2,425.00 
4,074.99 
2,437.21 
1,000.00 
4,999.98 
7,049.33 

883.34 
1,820.83 

500.00 
4, 566.66 
1,500.00 
2,291.67 
2,274.99 

990. OC 
6,500.01 
2,733.33 
3,550.00 
8, 333.32 
3,333.33 

916.67 



319.87 

1,954. 16 

4,000.02 
4, 875.00 
4,750.02 

437.50 

3,043. 10 

14,453.52 

4,999.98 

84.53 

2, 363.68 

6,541.02 

11,499.48 

4,249.98 

3,645.83 



623.33 
3,000.00 
1,024.81 

387.50 
4,750.02 

1,473.50 
490.00 



58 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN PAUL HAMMER SCHMI DT 



ALLEMAN, DEBORAH LEE FROM DEC. 1 

ALLRED, CAROLYN S SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 11 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 8 TO NOV. 30 

BURKE, GARY L ADM AIDE, TO SEPT. 1 

CARDIN, CARL WILLIAM ADM ASST, 

CORTELYOU, WARREN P FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

DUDLEY, NANCY B LEGIS ASST, TO NOV. 15 

FLYNN, ANITA M FROM OCT. 25 TO NOV. 15 

HAUGH, J ANN SECRETARY, 

KIRKMAN, HELEN W OFF MGR £ DEPT ASST, 

LANTZ, ARCHIE LEE DISTRICT ASST, 

LOWISH, VIRGINIA MAE CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 

MAYHEW, PATRICIA W FROM DEC. 1 TO DEC. 20 

MILLS, CAROLINE J 

MORTON, GEORGE B FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

NEFF, BAR3ARA LEE EXECUTIVE SECTY, TO JULY 31 AND 

'PERSONAL SECY, FROM AUG. 1 

R08BINS, WAYNE L FROM JULY 16 

ROHR, NANCY C FROM SEPT. 11 

SOUTHWORTH, ELLEN G 

WEHNER, PAMELA ANN CLERK-SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 AND DIST 

OFF MGR E SECRETARY, FROM NCV . 1 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES M. HANLEY 

BRIGHT, NORMA J 

CLOHERTY, JOHN J, JR RESEARCH ASST, TO NOV. 3C 

COSTELLO, J DANIEL 

DANIELS, JOHN R FIELD REP, 

DEYULIA, THOMAS R 

KINSELLA, MICHAEL T RESEARCH ASST, 

LQWN, ANN S 

MAHONEY, JOHN F 

MCCALL, JULIE W 

ODONNELL, KEVIN FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 3C 

RYAN, CATHERINE L 

RYAN, JAMES P FIELD REP., 

SHERMAN, MICHAEL R FROM DEC. 1 

SWIFT, CYNTHIA J CASE WORKER, 

THIBAULT, MARTIN FROM NOV. 1 

WALSH, ARTHUR B CONGRESSIONAL INTEPN, TO AUG. 26 

WARNE, ROBERT A 

WATERS, BARRY FROM DEC. 1 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD T. HANNA 

ADLER, HOWARD LEGIS ASST, 

BARON, JACQUELINE R SECTY, 

3EEKMAN, JOHN ANDREW FIELD REP, 

BIELANSKI, ANDREW S FROM JULY 29 TO AUG. 31 

COUSINS, JAMES H LEGIS ASST 

DAVIS, BRIGID H EXEC SECTY, 

GLICK, ROBERT D FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

GONZALEZ, ROSALINDA M FROM SEPT. 1 

HOWSER, MERPIELOU RECEPTIONIST, 

LANKARD, THOMAS ALAN 

MCVICKER, DEBORAH S PERSONAL SECTY, 

NOZERO, VICTORIA CASE WORKER, 

STEVENSON, MAXINE A SECTY, 

STRAND, GAY F TO SEPT. 30 

SULLIVAN, WILLIAM G CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 28 

TAYLOR, HELEN K SECTY, 

TW0M3LY, MARGARET ANN TO JULY 31 

OFFICE OF HON. JULIA BUTLER HANSEN 

BAILEY, ROBERT C WESTERN ADM ASST, 

BENNETT, MICHAEL C PRESS t LEGIS AIDE, TO SEPT. 30 AND 

PRESS, LFGIS £ LEGAL AIDE, FROM OCT. 1 

CARLSON, ROY F ADMIN ASST, 

CDNLON, RICHARD P FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND STAFF AIDE, 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

DOUMIT, THOMAS M FROM JULY 16 TO NOV. 3C 

EDWARDS, CYNTHIA B STAFF AIDE, 



$600.00 

2,440.55 

1, 101.40 

15,300.00 

350. OC 
5,250.02 

396.67 
4,500.00 
9,499.98 
7,300.02 
1,650.00 

400.00 
4, 102.58 

300.00 

5,958.35 
2,979. 19 
2,930.55 
3,499.98 

5,416.66 



7,015.74 
2,708.35 
8,749.98 
1,000.02 
8,967.48 
4,849.98 
5, 116.74 
15,300.00 
5,275.02 
I, 516.66 
4,009.02 
3, 566.66 

365.43 
6,000.00 

600.00 

560.00 
2,099.46 

195.00 



9,368.52 

2,517.00 

15,300.00 

320.00 
7,500.00 
3,750.00 

594.58 
1, 118.68 
3,458.32 
10,000.02 
4,208.32 
4,920.48 
4,920.48 

450.00 

280.00 
2,517.00 

275.00 



8,491.45 
15,289.02 

855.75 
1,650.00 
3,927.22 



59 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JULIA BUTLER HANSEN - CONTINUED 



GREELEY, DOROTHY B FROM JULY 24 

HARTZOG, GEORGE B, III STAFF AIDE, TO AUG. 31 

HEDLUND, CAROLINE IRIS STAFF AIDE, 

HOWER, NELSON L, II STAFF ASST, 

JOHNSON, CALVIN FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

LIH, LARS T STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 

NEILSON, JENNIFER J FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

SPRINGER, PATRICIA A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 AND 

STAFF AIDE, FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 24 .. 

STARLING, DEBORAH ANN STAFF AIDE, 

TURNER, MARGARITA V STAFF AIDE, TO OCT. 31 

OFFICE OF HON. ORVAL HANSEN 

ALLEN, JOAN B 

BARCLAY, JOHN P FROM NOV. 1 

BLANDFORD, JULIE TO JULY 31 

DAGNEY, LOUISE H FROM JULY 1 

EBERLE, JEFFREY L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 

HEARN, WINONA M 

INNES, ANDREA L PRESS ASST., 

JENSEN, EVELYNE E FROM SEPT. 1 

KINNAS, BETSY N FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 , 

KIRKER, LORRAINE H STENOGRAPHER, 

NEEL, ANNE C CLERK, 

NOORDA, D PAUL FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

NOTESTINE, DIANE M FIELD SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 

OLSON, EVELYN H CASE WORKER, 

OXFORD, DAVID A LEGIS ASST, 

POZELL, JOSEPH CLERK, 

SHADDUCK, LOUISE ADM ASST, 

SMOUT, SUZANNE FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

STOUT, ELLA R CLERK, 

WHALEY, SUSAN STENOGRAPHER, 

OFFICE OF HON. MICHAEL HARRINGTON 

ALEXANDER, LAWRENCE R FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

ASH, ADELE L CLERK, TO DEC. 15 

BERMAN, ROGER L FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

BRADY, KILLIAN J, JR FROM JULY 16 TO SEPT. 15 AND FROM OCT. 

16 

CORRIGAN, JOHN B FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

HEALEY, JOHN D CLERK, 

KAMINSKY, ARTHUR C FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 AND CLERK, 

FRCM DEC. 1 

LODGE, EMILY S FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 15 AND FROM AUG. 

16 

MCDONALD, JOHN L, JR FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

MCGINN, DAVID R FRCM NOV. 1 

MOORCONES, ANN E CLERK, 

PIERCE, FRANK J FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FRCM DEC. 

1 

REGAN, MARY C CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 , 

ROY, MARGARET ELAINE FROM JULY I TO JULY 15 AND FROM AUG. 

16 TO SEPT. 15 AND FROM OCT. 16 TO 

DEC. 15 

SACKS, DAVID FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 15 , 

SCOULOGENIS, CATHERINE CLERK, 

SERAFIN, LINDA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 19 

SHARKEY, MARGARET P CLERK, 

SPENCER, MARIA G CLERK, 

STRAUSS, MARSHALL B FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 , 

SULLIVAN, CHRISTINE B FROM JULY 1 

VETRESCA, MICHEAL FROM DEC. 16 

VILLA, REGINA M FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 , 

VITALI, SAMUEL A FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 15 AND FROM SEPT, 

16 TO OCT. 15 AND FROM DEC. 16 

WALLERSTEIN, STANLEY N CLERK, 

WALMSLEY, LLOYD A CLERK, , 

WE-BER, JOSEPHINE CLERK, 



$5,733.33 
900.00 
4,456. 76 
3,335.50 
1,000.00 
300.00 
1,600.00 

1,850.00 
3,927.22 
5,220.16 



4, 123.69 
2,595.57 

936.15 
4,999.98 

560.00 
4, 128.69 
4, 747. 50 
3,404. 34 
1,693.26 
3,575.00 
3, 798.00 

726.08 
1,213.26 
7,873.89 
7,437.78 
3, 798.00 
15,300.00 

999.99 
3,675.66 
3,514. 15 



700. GO 
1,917.49 
1.225.0C 

3,020.83 

1,000.00 

10,000.02 

5,533.32 

3, 541.66 
1,200.00 
1,883.33 
4, 349.98 

1,084.62 
2,232.00 



2, 197.62 
1,203.62 
3,750.00 

490.00 
5,245.34 
4,000.02 

300.00 
8, 746.67 

609.99 

647.63 

250. CO 
5,202.78 
4,464.00 
4, 100.02 



60 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM H. HARSHA 

ARMISTEAD, MARY JEAN $8,300.10 

BRANDENBURG, RUSSELL FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 3C 2,000.00 

CHAPLA, PATRICIA ELLEN A, 944. 08 

COHEN, STEVEN ELLIS FROM NOV. 2 852.21 

ELSTUN, ELAINE P FROM DEC. 1 500.00 

FINKEN, MARGARET V CASEWORKER, 4,999.98 

GABRIELSON, THERESA E 9,250.02 

HARMON, MARGARET E 8,305.98 

HOLMES, MARY M 4,282.50 

MCEWEN, ROBERT D TO SEPT. 30 AND TO AUG. 26 2,185.01 

RICHARDS, PAMELA JANE FRGM DEC. 1 633.33 

RUMSEY, BIRGITTE RECEPTIONIST, 4,000.02 

SPRINKLE, LOUISE F 3,412.86 

TROLLINGER, BARBARA A 2,644.02 

YATES, NADINE SANDERS FROM DEC. 1 833.33 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES HARVEY 

CARR, CYNTHIA ELAINE SECTY, TO AUG. 31 1,333.34 

CORDEN, JAMES T DIST LIAISON REP, 4,000.02 

DIGBY, JAMES K STAFF ASST, 4,250.01 

DONALDSON, MARCIA R FROM SEPT. 11 2,291.67 

DUTRA, JAMES C STAFF ASST, 3,833.34 

GOSS, JEAN R SECRETARY, 4,200.00 

GRIFFIN, PAUL ROBERT STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 18 1,066.67 

GUBACK, IRENE L PERSONAL SECRETARY, 8,850.00 

HANSBROUGH, DEBRA ANN SECRETARY, 4,099.98 

LAUX, DENISE PEARCE SECRETARY, 2,599.98 

LOMAX, HELEN L SECRETARY, 6,700.02 

LOOPER, BARBARA E SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 4 1,155.56 

LOOPER, JANET A FROM SEPT. 5 2,416.67 

SHRIVER, LINDA FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 10 755.56 

SMITH, RICHARD G, JR STAFF ASST, 4,000.02 

SPARLING, JAMES M, JR ADMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

WEINBERG, MICHAEL A LEGIS ASST, 9,000.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES F. HASTINGS 

BRADLEY, CLARE L EXEC SECTY, 10,950.00 

BROADHEAD, ALLISON C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

CARY, MATTHEW J LEGIS ASST, 5,250.00 

FORD, ARLENE R CLERK, 2,953.98 

GERRINGER, CLAIR G CLERK, 3,850.02 

GRAMINSKI, GARY J CLERK, TO AUG. 31 900.00 

HAMILTON, SUE M FROM JULY 1 5,030.16 

JOHNSON, SPENCER C FROM JULY 1 15,058.33 

JONES, LEONARD B FROM JULY 1 5,733.33 

NICHOLS, MARY E CLERK, 9,799.98 

POKRANDT, CHARLES H FROM JULY 1 9,250.02 

SAMPSEL, JENNIFER L SECRETARY, 4,125.00 

TIERNEY, JOSEPH W, JR CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 1,350. OC 

WEIL, SALLY L CASEWORKER, 4,223.76 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM D. HATHAWAY 

BACHRACH, ELINOR B LEGIS ASST, 6,499.98 

BLACKSHAW, ELIZABETH FROM JULY 1 7,500.00 

CLARK, CLARENCE R 2,500.02 

DREW, NORMAN E 8,140.92 

GAMACHE, ALBERT P AOMIN ASST, 11,350.01 

GARRETT, JANETTE CLERK, 3,000.00 

KING, ANGUS S, JR CLERK, 2,066.68 

MITCHELL, KATHRYN CASEWORKER, 5,500.02 

OCONNOR, J TIMOTHY PRESS SECRETARY, 8,000.02 

POLIQUIN, LOUISE G 2,664.78 

SHEEHAN, FRANCES E LEGIS ASST, 7,000.02 

STJEAN, ROBERTA H FROM JULY 10 TO NOV. 17 2,773.33 

TRIPP, MARTHA JEAN SECRETARY, 2,299.98 



61 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. AUGUSTUS F. HAWKINS 

BOYD, DOROTHY E CLERK, $6,196.02 

BRAOBY, HELEN K D CLERK, 4,694.76 

COPE, JOHN, JR CLERK, TO AUG. 31 2,110.00 

DAVENPORT, RU8Y B CLERK, 6,207.02 

EDWARDSt HAZEL K CLERK, 5,350.00 

FLEMING, PATRICIA S FROM JULY I TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

5 5,811.12 

GREENE, NONIE M FROM DEC. 1 725.00 

HIGGINBOTHAM, EILEEN M FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 31 440.00 

HIGGIN90THAM, MARY F 7,999.98 

HIGGS, WILLIAM L FROM OCT. 1 1,500.00 

KNOX, CHARLES E CLERK, 15,300.00 

MASTERS, ALFREDA D FROM JULY 10 TO OCT. 31 2,682.50 

MAYNARO, MATTIE L FROM JULY 1 9,215.02 

OVERTON, PAMELA J FROM AUG. 1 1,000.00 

STEWART, DIANA LEE FROM JULY 1 3,000.00 

WALKER, ROOSEVELT CLERK, 1,050.00 

WOODWARD, EDNA C FROM JULY 1 5,100.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WAYNE L. HAYS 

BLAKE, ELIZABETH A 4,381.98 

BLAKE, RICHARD BRADLEY FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,083.34 

BOHATCH, THERESE IRENE TO AUG. 31 900. OC 

GOSNEY, DON R FROM SEPT. 1 5,700.00 

HESLIN, H ELAINE EXEC SECRETARY, 10,381.98 

JOZWIAK, MARILYN SUE CLERK, 3,319.98 

LENTINA, LYNNETTE M CLERK, 4,482.00 

LITTEN, EVELYN JEAN 4,970.52 

LONG, KENNETH OWEN TO AUG. 15 AND FROM NOV. 1 1,887.38 

MOONEY, MICHAEL X CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 45C.0C 

PAPOAS, CAROL L SECRETARY, 5,275.02 

PEAK, PATRICIA E PERSONAL SECRETARY, 8,353.02 

PEKAR, DEA T RA IRENE 5,260.50 

VANNELLE, FRANK 7,404.00 

OFFICE OF HON. F. EDWARD HEBERT 

ALLEN, CLIFTON CLERK, 2,500.02 

BURGUIERES, VIRGINIA R FRCM JULY 1 15,250.02 

BURNETT, LOU GEHRIG FROM JULY 1 7,999.98 

COFFEY, LEONARD J CLERK, 2,500.02 

DASHIELL, NANCY IRWIN FROM JULY 1 4,750.02 

DUPLANTIER, ELIZABETH C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450. OC 

EDWARDS, RUTH B SECTY, 3,750.00 

GIANNOBILE, PATSY A SECTY, 3,175.02 

GORMIN, PATRICIA FROM SEPT. 1 4,000.00 

GRABER, ALBERT L, JR CLERK, 1,075.02 

HUY, ALICE F • SECRETARY, 6,550.02 

MIRE, CLAIRE P CLERK 1,075.02 

MOORE, ALMA B SECRETARY, 7,399.98 

SWANN, MARY V ADMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

OFFICE OF HON. KEN HECHLER 

3R0H, SUSAN M 5,250.00 

BRUCE, LAWRENCE E, JR 7,249.98 

ESHENBAUGH, REBECCA L STAFF ASST, 4,699.98 

ESTEP, EUGENIA C 5,250.00 

FITTRO, JAMES A 3,033.32 

GOODRICH, MARY JO TO JULY 31 621.21 

GOODRICH, ROBERT A, JR TO AUG. 31 1,666.66 

HELME, EDWARD A FROM SFPT. 1 4,000.00 

J09E, LOIS C FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 500.00 

LEONARD, RICHARD H FROM JULY 1 11,749.98 

LEONHART, VICTORIA A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 AND 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

LIVELY, RONALD L 4,999.98 

MCCORMICK, DEBORAH E FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 100. OC 

MCCORMICK, DIANN 6,499.98 

MILLER, MARY MARGARET 4,249.98 

PASSMANN, EMIL J FROM DEC. 1 739.11 

PIERCE, MINDY HART FROM AUG. 1 3,000.00 

ROACH, JUDY DIXON 3,750.00 



62 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. KEN HECHLER - CONTINUED 

SKEEN, VIRGINIA 

OFFICE OF HON. MARGARET M. HECKLER 

CABRAL, EDWARD DISTRICT ASST, 

CURRAN, EDWARD B SPECIAL ASST, 

CURT, RUTH E FROM DEC. 1 

DALMOLEN, FRANCES E FROM SEPT. L 

DELANEY, JAMES E LEGIS ASST, TO OCT. 31 

DUFAULT, KENNETH DISTRICT ASST 

EDMONDS, JANET M DISTRICT STAFF ASST, 

HORNER, JOHN R CLERK, TO NOV. 3C AND STAFF ASST, FROM 

OEC. 1 

LINI, ARLEEN F FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 2 

LOPES, MARIA F DISTRICT ASST, 

OTTMAR, PETER H FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND DISTRICT 

ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

PASSMAN, STEPHANIE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

PENDLEY, ELISABETH Y FROM DEC. 1 

RAYBALL, JOSEPH C, SR ADM ASST, TO OCT. 8 AND FROM NOV. 8 .. 
REUTER, CAROLINE ISBER DIST ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND DISTRICT 

AIDE, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

DISTRICT ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 
RICE, EDMUND 8 STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 30 AND PROJECTS 

ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

RUDASILL, JOAN M PERSONAL SECTY, TO JULY 9 AND SECTY, 

FROM JULY 10 TO SEPT. 15 AND FROM OCT. 

15 TO NOV. 30 

SWEENEY, ROSEMARIE FROM OCT. 3 TO NOV. 30 AND CASE ASST, 

FROM DEC. 1 

TEMPLE, VENIE DARLING FROM DEC. 1 

TYSON, PATTI BIRGE EXEC ASST, 

WARE, MARGARET J LEGIS ASST, 

WHITE, ROBIN LANE CASE ASST, 

WILLIAMS, JUDITH A FRGM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 AND 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 . 
YOUNG, BRIAN D FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

OFFICE OF HON. H. JOHN HEINZ III 

ALEXANDER, JEANNE ANN FROM JULY I 

BODE, JOANNE CLERK, 

BUSCEMI, BARBARA A CLERK, 

CHIRDON, JANICE A CLERK, 

CONNELLY, MAUREEN R CLERK, TO NOV. 30 

EISENBERG, WARREN W CLERK 

FRUITMAN, MICHAEL P FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM DEC. 

1 

GAYNOR, GARY B CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

GILLESPIE, THOMAS, JR FROM JULY 1 

JOHNSON, KATHIE D FROM JULY 5 

KNOX, JACQUELINE FROM DEC. 1 

MARTZ, RUSSELL D CLERK, 

PHILLIPS, MARIANNE FROM DEC. 1 

SENANIS, DOLORES M CLERK, 

SWENSON, KEITH FROM JULY 1 

UNKOVIC, DENNIS CLERK, AND CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO 

AUG. 15 

WARDROP, CONSTANCE W CLERK 

WHITMER, GEORGE R CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 



$6,561.46 



1,500.00 
12,997.98 
458.33 
2,208.34 
3, 166.68 
5,541.67 
4,875.01 

4,083. 33 
1,652.76 
1,500.00 

2, 167.91 

982.48 

500.00 

11,283.07 



1,529.11 

4,2C8.33 

1,212.06 

2,566.67 
950.00 
5,895.46 
4,500.00 
4,000.02 

800.00 
375.00 



3,500.01 
4,333.33 
3,383.34 
2,864.57 
5,343.75 
14,633.35 

721.75 

866.66 
4,249.98 
3,911. 13 

312.50 
9,649.98 

875.00 

2, 163.97 

11,338.88 

2.250.0C 
2,866.66 
5,200.02 



OFFICE OF HON. HENRY HELSTOSKI 



BRZOSTOWSKI, JOSEPH S 

CAPAZO, JUDITH 
CASSELLA, STEFAN D 
DEFALCO, NATALIE 
DISIMONE, RITA L 
OUNN, KATHLEEN SUE 
ENGLISH, ALYCE M 



FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND CONSULTANT, 

FROM AUG. 1 3,750.0C 

FROM JULY 1 4,249.98 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 691.67 

CLERK, DIST OFFICE, 1,699.98 

FROM AUG. 19 5,133.35 

FROM JULY 1 5,083.34 

SECRETARY, 6,649.98 



63 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 

JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. HENRY HELSTOSKI - CONTINUED 

HOPKINS. VIRGINIA LEE CLERK-TYPIST, TO JULY 31 AND 

LEGISLATIVE SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

SEPT. 1 AND SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 13 . $3,479.16 

HUTCHINSON, DAVID B FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 360.00 

KELLEY, SHIRLEY A SECRETARY, 5,374.98 

LUCIDO, MARY N FROM AUG. 1 2,874.99 

MALASHEVICH, BRUCE P CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

MAZELLA, HELEN RECEPTIONIST, 4,950.00 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 150.00 

PORRO, ALFRED A, JR ADM ASST, 9,499.98 

ROMANOWSKI, JOHN DISTRICT SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 808.33 

ROYAL, MARIANNE FROM SEPT. 2 2,376.39 

SCHAMBERG, ALAN CLERK-DIST OFFICE, 3,150.00 

SHAFER, ANNETTE A FROM JULY 1 4,624.98 

SHEA, RICHARD J LEGIS ASST, TO AUG. 18 1,773.33 

SULLIVAN, JOSEPH T ADMIN DIRECTOR 10,416.66 

WEINBERG, LORETTA FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 1,005.00 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVID N. HENDERSON 

BARKER, HOWARD R 12,660.00 

BELL, VIRGINIA H CLERK, 3,429.00 

BOWEN, KATHRYN CLERK, 7,027.50 

DENNING, DONNA LEE 6,197.16 

KORNEGAY, KATHRYN E FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 683.34 

MCGOWEN, MARIE W CLERK, 2,891.52 

MORGAN, MARION MARTIN FROM SEPT. 1 2,666.68 

ROBERTS, FRANCES NIXON FROM JULY 1 2,400.00 

VONOESEN, ALICE ELAINE 4,687.98 

WHITLEY, CHARLES ADMIN ASST 15,300.00 

OFFICE OF HON. FLOYD V. HICKS 

BARNES, KARAN SUE CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND STAFF, FROM AUG. 

1 3,708.33 

CARLSON, SUSAN K CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 19 AND 

CLERK, FROM DEC. 26 573.33 

CONLON, RICHARD P FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 7,650.00 

FERGUSON, JOHN D STAFF TRAINEE, 6,499.98 

FLANAGAN, JOHANNA P FROM JULY 1 2,250.0C 

HELLER, META EMMA SUE CLERK, 6,300.00 

JACKSON, BARRIE R 7,500.00 

KALIVAS, DEAN S STAFF ASST, 7,375.02 

KALIVAS, DIANE G CLERK 1,999.98 

OSTLIFF, SUSAN L FROM SEPT. 11 TC NOV. 30 AND 

LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM DEC. 1 2,758.33 

PELLERIN, PATRICK L, JR STAFF MEMBER, 6,499.98 

PENNAK, MARK W STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 13 1,642.50 

PUISHIS, SHIRLEY A CLERK, 8,124.99 

SUDOW, ELLEN L FROM SEPT. 1 TC NOV. 30 2,850.00 

OFFICE OF HON. LOUISE DAY HICKS 

ANDERSON, DOROTHY W SECRETARY 4,249.98 

BARNA, SARA A EXEC SECY, 7,000.02 

BENNETT, ANNE LOUISE AIDE, 4,500.00 

BISHOP, HENRY CONG AIDE, 2,500.02 

COHEN, BRUCE ALLAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

DASH, STEPHEN J FROM JULY 15 3,458.33 

DEFEO, ANTHONY F CONGRESSIONAL AIDE, 3,333.34 

DIMOND, WILLIAM P ADMIN ASST, : 8,500.02 

DITTON, BEVFRLEY JUNE SECRETARY, 3.900.0C 

EGAN, THOMAS F CONG AIDE, 4,000.02 

FITZGERALD, JEANNE M CONG AIDE, TO OCT. 15 3,500.00 

JOYCE, ELEANOR M CONGRESSIONAL AIDE, 2,500.02 

LYNCH, WILLIAM G CONG AIDE, 4,999.98 

MCDONOUGH, THOMAS F AIDE, 3,000.00 

MCNULTY, ROBERT J LEGIS ASST 10,793.66 

SISK, JOSEPH H CONGRESSIONAL AIDE, 4,666.66 

WALSH, THOMAS D CONGRESSIONAL AIDE, 3,750.00 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 

JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. LOUISE DAY HICKS - CONTINUED 

WHELAN, MARIE C EXEC ASST, TO JULY 15 AND AIDE, FROM 

OCT. 16 $2,916.67 

OFFICE OF HON. ELWOOD HILLIS 

BENJAMIN, AARON M CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,143.00 

CLAY, PAMELA K FROM AUG. I TO AUG. 31 433.33 

FALCONE, MARIA JOANNE CLERK, 4,642.02 

FRIER, FRANK FIELD MAN, 3,000.00 

GLAZIER, SARA ELLEN CLERK, 3,845.65 

GODSEY, CLIFFE A FROM DEC. 15 711.11 

GRIMSLEY, C CLOTELLE CLERK, 6,951.84 

GUDGEL, RICHARD E FIELD MAN, 1,500.00 

HOLLQN, JFFFREY C FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 433.33 

HOLM, PETER FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

1 2,266.65 

L0UNS8URY, SARIANN CLERK, 4,633.98 

MODLY, ILONA FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 350.00 

MURPHY, PATRICK J CLERK, TO AUG. 31 866.66 

PARKER, PAULA MICHELLE CLERK, 4,219.98 

ROWE, PATRIK H CLERK, 3,845.65 

RU8Y, DONALD W ADMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

SAMPLE, MICHAEL M FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 433.33 

THOELKE, BARBARA A PERSONAL SECRETARY, 5,775.00 

WATSON, JUDITH LEGIS AIDE, 6,846.34 

WILLIAMS, PATRICIA LEE CLERK, 3,607.02 

OFFICE OF HON. LAWRENCE J. HOGAN 

BARB, MARIAN L FROM JULY 1 6,850.00 

BERRY, NANCY T PRESS AIDE, 3,937.50 

BUTLER, HERBERT H SPECIAL ASST, 7,600.00 

COLLINS, WILLIAM LEO FROM SEPT. 20 2,244.46 

COTTER, JOHN 3, JP PRESS SECTY, TO JULY 14 449.17 

DELANO, TONI ANN FROM JULY 1 4,087.50 

FEENEY, BARBARA LYNN RECEPTIONIST, 3,912.50 

FERNANDES, ROSITA L SECRETARY, 6,400.02 

FOLEY, RITA M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 19 490.00 

HAHN, JENNIFER L LEGISLATIVE AIDE, TO SEPT. 19 1,889.42 

HOFER, ANITA M CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

HOLCOMB, GERARD F SPECIAL ASST, TO OCT. 31 2,300.00 

JASPERING, GLADYS L FROM JULY 1 4.650.0C 

JUDKINS, OLIVIA S FROM JULY 1 5,650.02 

KERNKAMP, MARION R FROM NOV. 13 1,133.33 

LONG, BRENDA L FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

NOV. 1 3,645.84 

MCCASSIE, MARY FROM JULY 24 4,174.99 

MCDONOUGH, MARY ALICE CLERK-TYPIST, TO OCT. 31 2,425.00 

MODLY, ILONA FROM NOV. 1 1,500.00 

ROGERS, PATRICIA FROM OCT. 2 , 1,483.33 

SANDERS, ROSE MARIE SECRETARY, TO JULY 17 387.22 

S"ARKES, JEAN M ADM ASST, 8,475.00 

TUCKMAN, MORTON C FROM AUG. 1 2,500.00 

OFFICE OF HON. CHET HOLIFIELD 

BRANSCUM, MARILYN A SECRETARY, 5,709.48 

CHAPEL, ANTOINETTE T SECRETARY, 4,167.24 

GRAJEWSKI, WAYNE S CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 560.00 

HOLIFIELD, VERNICE RECEPTIONIST-CLERK, 5,636.52 

KLEIN, ADAM J ADM ASST, 13,187.52 

MILLER, LINDA L SECRETARY, 5,708.94 

ODEMAR, FLORENCE M SECRETARY, 10,136.22 

ODONNELL, WILLIAM C DIST REP, 11,868.78 

PATRONITE, JANE H 659.40 

PHILLIPS, LILIAN M SECRETARY, TO AUG. 14 1,723.55 

RICH, TIMOTHY P CLERK, TO SEPT. 24 1,680.00 



65 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK HORTON 

80EHLY, CHRISTINE T LEGIS SECTY, $3,866.68 

BRANDS, SUSAN H OFFICE MANAGER, 5,982.90 

8R00KS, JUDITH LANE OFFICE ASST, TO JULY 31 AND 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM AUG. 1 2,839.93 

BURGIN, MICHAELE LEGIS SFCY, 5,391.66 

COOPER, WAYNE L EXEC ASST, 7,249.98 

CROWLEY, LINDA M FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 802.08 

DUNN, EDWARD W SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 1,714.38 

FLING, KAREN J MEOIA ASST, 4,404.17 

GIAMBRONE, ANDREA L FROM SE°T. 8 466.67 

KELLY, ARTHUR W SPEC ASST, 5,479.68 

KRENS, ANTOINETTE FROM DEC. 4 562.50 

LAUMAN, LINDA J FED LIAISON SECTY, TO NOV. 30 4,062.50 

LOVENHEIM, DAVID ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

MAAS, BRIAN E FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

NEWTON, JOYCE H FED LIAISON SECTY, 5,759.22 

OHAGAN, NOREEN A PERSONAL SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 658.33 

SCULLY, CAROL ANN DIST OFF SECRETARY, 4,219.98 

TAMMEN, SUSAN SMITH LEGIS ASST, 5,400.02 

VALENTE, PAULA R RECEPT-SEC TY , TO AUG. 31 1,333.34 

WALKER, JO ELLEN FROM SEPT. 25 2,133.34 

OFFICE OF HON. CRAIG HOSMER 

FINLAYSON, ELIZABETH 6,791.68 

GALINDO, CARLOS E FROM DEC. 1 950. OC 

HANCHETT, JAMES G TO SFPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 5 12,200.00 

HARVEY, MARTHA JANE 5,041.67 

HUTTON, JOHN PHILLIPS CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

KAR8ER, PATRICIA ANN FROM JULY 1 5,583.32 

LUKEN, DAVID W 6,499.98 

NEWKIRK, WILLIAM H CLERK, TO JULY 31 750.00 

PRESTON, VERN 8,999.98 

SCHWAB, EMILY D FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

1 TO SEPT. 30 2,333.34 

SPARSHOTT, FRANCES L 6,791.68 

WHITESELL, TONI KAREN CLERK, TO JULY 16 400.00 

WICKHAM, MARJORIE A 7,208.32 

YOUNG, MADDIE L 6,625.02 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES J. HOWARD 

8RYS0N, JOY BRISTOL CLERK, 4,427.08 

BUSKO, ANDREW 750.00 

CORDES, FRANCINE M RESEARCH ASST, 700.02 

COX, MARY JANE 8,767.50 

DUFFY, JOHN A 4,172.52 

EDWARDS, LILLIAN E 2,533.33 

LYONS, KATHLEEN FROM DEC. 1 400.00 

MATWIEJUK, HELEN RECEPTIONIST, 3,692.52 

MUTZ, FRED J LEGISLATIVE ASST, TC JULY 31 AND FROM 

AUG. 5 13,424.68 

OCONNELL, JUNE M FROM AUG. 1 2,000.00 

SHERK, SUSAN D 5,080.02 

SULLIVAN, TIMOTHY F 14,550.00 

THOMPSON, J CARROLL FROM JULY 1 5,937.48 

WERSAN, ELLEN M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

FROM AUG. 16 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

WEST, EDNA F 4,699.98 

WEST, JERRY W 1,594.98 

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

80WENS, JOHN MICHAEL FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 475.00 

CLARK, KIM ADMIN ASST, 13,687.9« 

COLEMAN, J MICHAEL CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,266.66 

DOWNEY, MICHAEL B FROM AUG. 1 6,291.65 

FALWELL, GARY E CLERK, TO SEPT. 11 1,143.88 

FORD, JEANNE B CLERK, TO AUG. 1 678.13 

HERTZIG, ENGEL E CLERK, TO JULY 16 2Z2.ZZ 

LYNCH, MARGARET H EXEC SECRETARY, 10,900.02 

OBRIEN, PATRICK J FROM OCT. 1 1,250.01 

PRITCHARO, GWENYTH FROM JULY I 4,099.98 

ROPER, CAROLINE D 4,200.00 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. W, 



SHAMBERGER, JAMES M 
WILSON, FRANCIS M 



HULL, JR. - CONTINUED 

LEGIS ASST, TO JULY 31 



$1,452.50 
8,305.98 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM L. HUNGATE 

SENN, HILDA E FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

BLOCH, BARBARA W FROM JULY I TO AUG. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

OCT. 1 

BROMBERG, MARLYS L SECRETARY, 

BUENEMAN, KAREN EVE FROM SEPT. 18 TO NOV. 15 

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

GREWACH, LARRY DAVID CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

HENDRICKS, JACQUELINE SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 AND CLERK, FROM 

OCT. 1 

KESSLER, VICTORIA M SECY, TO AUG. 31 AND CASEWORKER L 

PRESS ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

LIGGON, MARY LOU PERSONAL SECY, 

MCBRIDE, PATRICIA ANN SECY, TO OCT. 31 AND CASEWORKER, FROM 

NOV. 1 

PAGNELLA, ROSETTA ANN ADMIN ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

SEPT. I 

PANNETON, SANDRA N CASE WORKER, 

ROSS, MARION CHAMBLEE PRESS ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 .... 

SCOTT, NORMAN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

SLATER, WILLIAM DISTRICT REP, 

STEINER, WELDON H PRESS ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND DIST PRESS 

ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

STRAUBE, JOYCE MARIE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND SECRETARY, 

FROM OCT. 1 

STRAUBE, KAREN SUE FROM JULY 1 

WRIGHT, ANN A FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND ASSISTANT, 

FROM DEC. 1 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN E. HUNT 

BELLIS, KENNETH LEGIS ASST, 

COSTELLO, RUTH SECRETARY, 

DONAHUE, KATHY CLERK, 

FANJUL, SUSAN CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

GILLESPIE, FLORENCE M 

GLICKSMAN, MARIE A SECRETARY, 

GLINES, CARL R, JR PRESS SECTY, 

HARTKE, CATHERINE L FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

SEPT. 1 

MACNEIL, ELWELL DIST REP, 

MANNINO, ANTHONY J, JP CLERK, TO AUG. 31 ANC CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

MOHRFELD, JOHN H DIST REP, 

RITCHEY, JUDITH G PERS SECTY, 

SOHL, NANCY ADM ASST, 

STOERRLE, LOUISE J SECTY-CLERK, 

TREW, MARGIE H SECTY-CASE WORKER, 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD HUTCHINSON 

ARMSTRONG, C JOSEPH FROM NOV. 1 

BENDER, HELEN B FROM JULY I 

BENDER, KAREN R FROM NOV. 20 

GAULDIN, WILLIAM W, JR TO OCT. 31 

MEIER, DOLORES ANN SECRETARY, 

MORGAN, HOLLIS W 

PHILLIPS, JUANITA 

SCHULTZ, A G ADM ASST, 

SMITH, GERALD E 

WAKEFIELD, VICTORIA C PRESS SECTY, 

WATTS, JOHN ALAN TO NOV. 30 



1,200.00 

2,487.50 

1,975.00 

If 350.00 

600.00 

450.00 

3,950.00 

6,375.00 
9,700.00 

5,250.00 

6,670.00 

6,024.00 

10,025.00 

300.00 

5,238.00 



3,200.00 
6,050.00 



8,081.52 
4,257.00 
3, 166.68 
900.00 
2, 701.98 
4,257.00 
4,429.50 

4,983.34 
6,336.84 

825.00 
6,572.52 
5,855.00 
12, 153.48 
1,975.50 
8,081.52 



200.00 
8,500.02 
592.22 
4,953.84 
5,613.32 
9,375.30 
3,358.08 
15,289.02 
6,000.00 
7,500.00 
6,000.00 



67 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 

JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD H. ICHORD 

ALLIGER, CAROL S SECTY, $4,412.76 

BELSHE, JOYCE 2,686.62 

BUEHLER, MICHAEL L FROM DEC. 1 1,144.33 

BYRNE, KARYL KAY SECRETARY, 5,249.18 

CARTER, MARY BUSCH MEDIA CONSULTANT, TO NOV. 3C 5,000.00 

CHRISTIAN, BECKY JANE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 9 AND 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 840. OC 

HANEY, JEWELL M 2.48C.70 

HARBAUGH, EILEEN 2,686.62 

HERZIG, NANCY G 3,900.00 

ONEILL, KATHRYN H 4,628.82 

PATTIE, BETTY POGUE SECRETARY 4,921.58 

RANDOLPH, JOSEPHINE S SECRETARY, 5,873.76 

SOMMERER, LYNNE HEARNFS FROM OCT. 1 1,240.35 

SPONSLER, BILLY C 13,990.08 

SULLIVAN, AUBREY W ADMIN ASST, 12,000.00 

WHARTON, PATTY JO SECRETARY, 5,222.60 

OFFICE OF HON. ANDREW JACOBS, JR. 

ADAMS, NANCY JANE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 590.00 

APPLEGATE, RICHARD A ASSISTANT, 3,649.98 

APPLEWHITE, JAMES P ASSISTANT, TO OCT. 31 AND LEGISLATIVE 

AIDE, FROM NOV. 1 6,410.00 

CARSON, JULIA M ASSISTANT, TO OCT. 31 6,000.00 

CARSON, TANYA T FROM NOV. 2 2,950.00 

CODY, PATRICIA M FROM SEPT. 27 2,480.57 

COELHO, PHYLLIS E SECRETARY, 7,150.02 

CONLON, RICHARD P FROM AUG. 17 TO AUG. 31 466.67 

DYE, BARBARA L K FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 22 733.33 

GIGERICH, WILLIAM E FRCM NOV. 1 1,200.00 

GUGGENHEIM, MARJORIE CLERK, 1,000.02 

HAGGERTY, JUDSON F 2,842.02 

HEUSER, ALICE M SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 22 1,594.43 

MAHERN, LOUIS J, JR LEGIS. ASST., 10,300.02 

MYERS, RUFUS H, JR ADM ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 5 10,926.67 

NOYES, DANIEL R FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 791.67 

PREWITT, ELIZABETH FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 16 533.33 

SCHREIBER, WILLIAM M ASSISTANT, 8,500.02 

SEIDENSTICKER, JAMES P 3,959.28 

SIMONS, ROBERTA SECRETARY, 4,249.98 

WRIGHT, ANN A FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 1,200.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN JARMAN 

BOYDSTON, JOYCE W CLERK, 6,898.50 

CARTER, ELMER FROM NOV. 1 700.00 

CRUICKSHANK, JAMES CLERK, 3,850.00 

HAMBERG, MILDRED G PERSONAL SECRETARY, 13,575.00 

HASLUP, GRETLYN Z CLERK, 6,898.50 

MCCUE, ELLEN H SECRETARY, 10,815.00 

MOSHER, JUANITA 14,297.52 

MURRAY, C J CLERK, 4,536.48 

PITTS, COLLEEN C FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 30 2,000.00 

SEEFELDT, BONNIE LEE PERSONAL SECRETARY, 13,875.00 

OFFICE OF HON. ALBERT W. JOHNSON 

AUTEN, NANCY JANE FROM JULY 5 4,103.47 

BAUMGARTNER, PEGGY R FROM JULY 1 3,000.00 

CRIVELLA, BARBARA EXEC SECRETARY, 9,058.53 

DODDS, ELIZABFTH JANE LEGIS CLERK, 5,701.06 

GOODNOE, NANCY DEE SECRETARY, 4,027.65 

HEISTER, MARY E CASEWORKER, 5,696.24 

JESBERGER, MARY LOU SECTY, TO AUG. 31 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, TO AUG. 15 700.00 

LEWIS, WINIFRED R FROM NOV. 1 805.64 

ROBB, ROBERT C, JR ADMIN ASST 10,325.63 

ROBERTS, MELINDA L SECRETARY 3,845.41 

WELLS, PAULINE G DIST OFF SECRETARY, 6,314.16 

WOLFE, STEPHEN L DIST OFF ASST, 6,378.37 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. HAROLD T. JOHNSON 

AMIDON, PATRICIA L FROM OCT. 11 TO NOV. 11 $516.66 

ANDERSON, JOAN R SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

BARNES, DWIGHT H FROM JULY 1 14,759.52 

8ENSKIN, JOAN M SECRETARY, A, 483. 74 

BOONE, FRANCES K 4,608.48 

BORIN, KATHLEEN RYAN FROM JULY 3 TO NOV. 3 2,976.35 

BRAUN, JUANITA DELL TO AUG. 21 1,254.50 

BUTTERWORTH, RUTH 7,523.58 

CAMPBELL, GEORGE A FROM DEC. 1 1,000.00 

CARTER, JOHN JEFFERY CLERK, TO AUG. 16 AND FROM NOV. 16 ... 1,141.67 

DELLER, WILLIAM R FROM AUG. 17 3,926.96 

ELLIOTT, ROBIN FROM NOV. 16 750.00 

KOLICH, JANE C SECRETARY, 4,483.74 

MORSE, GERTRUDE M 4,171.80 

SANTANGELO, LYNN R SECRETARY, 4,333.44 

SCOTT, MARGIE M CLERK, TO DEC. 15 2,750.00 

SMITH, RODNEY KEITH FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 16 516.67 

WATSON, EUGENE E TO AUG. 31 3,662.10 

WINDHAM, JUDITH C FROM OCT. 11 1,444.45 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES RAPER JONAS 

BOTTS, ELIZABETH E SECRETARY, 6,300.00 

BOWLES, LAWRENCE L FROM JULY 5 9,284.00 

CORDES, ELIZABETH M SECRETARY, 4,650.00 

FIRKIN, DONNA K SECRETARY, TO DEC. 18 3,640.00 

HATFIELD, JANE S SECTY, 3,499.98 

JONES, G SHIRLEY EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 7,150,02 

LIVENGOOD, HELEN A SECRETARY, 5,850.00 

MALLISON, ALMETA FROM JULY 1 1,060.02 

POOLE, EVELYN MAXINE SECRETARY, 4,650.00 

SANDERS, DOUGLAS FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 591.67 

WALL, BESSIE PATRICE FROM AUG. I TO AUG. 31 100.00 

OFFICE OF HON. ED JONES 

ALLMON, BETTY FROM DEC. 1 350.00 

BARKLEY, PATRICIA D FROM JULY I TO SEPT. 30 AND SECRETARY, 

FROM OCT. 1 3,375.00 

CASHDOLLAR, ROBERT A FROM JULY 1 6,802.50 

EVANS, ROBERT M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

STUDENT OFFICE PAGE, FROM SEPT. 1 TO 

SEPT. 30 600.00 

FREELAND, DENNIS R FROM NOV. I TO NOV. 30 533.33 

FREEMAN, R S OFFICE MGR , 7,996.65 

GUILL, JAMES MOORE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 533.33 

HANNUM, VIVIENNE B SECRETARY 5,175.90 

HARPOLE, JACOUELYN D SECRETARY, 6,017.92 

HOLT, JEFFREY T FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 533.33 

LANCASTER, RAY H FROM JULY 1 12,861.24 

MCCAFFREY, BETTYE J 2,541.35 

MCMINN, STEVEN AARON FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 533.33 

MELTON, BOBBY LYNN FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 533.33 

PEELER, ALFRED W 3,442.08 

PERRY, LINDA S TO AUG. 31 2,170.92 

PERRY, PATRICIA ANN FROM SEPT. 1 3,692.32 

RUBERRY, MARY JANE SECRETARY, 3,817.50 

THOMAS, GEORGE C 3,631.38 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT E. JONES 

B4INE, CHARLES N CLERK 1,117.98 

BEARD, MARILYN M SECRETARY, 8,967.48 

DUDA, MARGARET C SECRETARY, 4,510.02 

MACHEN, JYLES DISTREP., 11,077.50 

MILSTEAD, GEORGE L ADM ASST, 15,250.02 

NOLEN, EDD CLERK, 6,000.00 

PRESLEY, VICTORIA D FROM SEPT. 25 3,466.66 

RASCO, WILLIAM EARL LEGIS ASST., 12,132.48 

REID, MARY JULIA FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,300.00 

THROSSELL, JUDY LYNN SECRETARY, 5,169.48 

WOOD, MARTHA FRANCES SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 1,266.66 

YOUNG, C GAFFNEY SECTY, TO JULY 31 666.67 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. WALTER B. JONES 

ANDERSON, SUSAN JEAN FROM SEPT. 15 t2»311.67 

CURRY, GLORIA F PERSONAL SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 7,875.02 

LENTZ, BONNIE R SECTY, TC SEPT. 30 1,950.00 

LEWIS, KAY ISLEY 1,663.98 

LUPTON, FLOYD J ADMIN ASST, 15.30C.0C 

OGLESBY, GENE H 1,971.78 

ONEAL, JANIE T SECRETARY, 5,749.98 

PATRICK, MILDRED G FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 2.C0C.0C 

POU, MARY SPOTTSWOOD SECRETARY, 4,966.68 

RUCKER, PHYLLIS T SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 AND LEGISLATIVE 

RESEARCH, FROM NOV. 1 7,433.34 

RUCKER, ROBERT C CLERK, TO AUG. 31 500.00 

SHIRLEY, CATHY DIANE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 18 480.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH F. KARTH 

ANTHONE, SUSAN R CASE WORKER, 4,747.50 

DAVIS, VALERIE HOPE STENOGRAPHER. TO JULY 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 4,708.35 

HAMILL, JOHN RANSOM LEGIS ASST, 9,454.92 

HECHT, MARY ANN CASE WORKER, 1,999.98 

HESS, ROBERT E ADM ASST, 15, 300. CO 

MCVEY, ANNE A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 14 440.00 

RAOMAN, MARY ELLEN SECRETARY, 5,673.00 

RAYMOND, DORETTA L FROM DEC. 1 625.00 

ROSENBAUM, BARBARA J SECRETARY, 4,753.20 

SAGISSER. DAVID GERARD FROM NOV. 1 1,180.00 

SUDOW, ELLEN L SECRETARY, 1,054.98 

TONAT, EDWARD LEGIS ASST, 14,210.70 

WEITZELL, PATRICIA J SECTY, TO NOV. 3C AND PERSONAL SECTY, 

FROM DEC. 1 5,430.95 

YOUNG, ROBERT E LEGIS ASST, 2,183.62 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT W. KASTENMEIER 

APPLEBAUM, STEWART H CLERK, 7,249.98 

BOHMRICH, SUSAN L CLERK, TO JULY 31 666.67 

BURNS, MARILYN RUTH CLERK, 7,500.00 

CARR, JUDITH A CLERK, 6,000.00 

CUE, KAREN SUE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 82C.83 

DONOHOE, ANNE MARIE CLERK, 4,458.33 

FESTGE, OTTO HOME SECRETARY, 9,499.98 

FULLERTON, JULIA C FROM SEPT. 1 2,766.68 

KRAUSE, PATRICIA A FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 3,785.50 

MAURFR, LEONARD L CLERK, 8,500.02 

MILLER, DAWNE C -CLERK, TO JULY 15 AND FROM DEC. 1 .... 266.67 

MYERS, SHIRLEY ANN CLERK, 2,850.00 

NASHOLD, JULIE A DISTRICT SECTY, TO SE^T. 30 AND CLERK, 

FROM OCT. 1 2,124.98 

OSHIKI, KAZ ADM ASST, 14,700.00 

PARENT, MARY P C LERK- I NTE RN, TO JULY 31 AND CLERK, 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND 
CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 15 700.00 

SLAUGHTER, GENE K FRCM AUG. I 575.00 

STOCKTON, PETER D H FROM AUG. 22 3,000.00 

VUKELICH, HELEN G CLERK, 1,900.02 

OFFICE OF HON. ABRAHAM KAZEN, JR. 

DURBANO, LILLIAN CASE WORKER, 9,563.94 

FLEMING, ROBERT H AOM ASST, 12,906.02 

HACKLER, NORMA JEAN CLERK TYPIST, 3,149.88 

HENDERSON, WALLACE D FIELD REP., 5,563.50 

MADISON, NANCY P FROM JULY 1 5,470.02 

MARTINEZ, ALFONSO A RESEARCH ASST, 6,719.40 

MURRAY, PATRICIA A EXEC. SECRETARY, 9,999.96 

PITTMAN, STELLA T DIST OFFICE MGR, 5,901.12 

SCHWARZ, KAREN A STENOGRAPHER. TO JULY 2 60.60 

SOLIS, JOHN FIELD REP, 3,000.00 

STEVENS, DOROTHY MAE FROM AUG. 4 3,516.66 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM J. KEATING 



ARCHIBALD, CORINNE RECEPTIONIST/SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

BLOCK, LOUIS THOMAS FROM JULY 1 

BOUCKAERT, BARBARA A CLERK, TO JULY 16 

CRUDUP, JANE E SECRETARY, 

DOWLIN, JOHN S, JR FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 17 AND OFFICE 

ASST, FROM AUG. 18 TO SEPT. 16 .... 

DOYLE, JOAN ANNE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND OFFICE 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 

FOSTER, SUSAN D LEGIS RESEARCHER, 

FRANK, BARBARA K FROM DEC. 1 

GUMAER, MARCIE J SECRETARY, 

HAYES, THOMAS A ADM ASST, 

KELLER, JOAN L PERS SECTY-OFFICE MGP , 

KONRAD, MARTHA M CASE WORKER, 

LOWERY, ROBIN C FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 , 

MODLY, ILONA M FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

MUETHING, DAVID L LEGISLATIVE RESEARCHER, TO SEPT. 7 

NIEHAUS, MARJORIE FROM AUG. 1 TO DEC. 10 

RIVERS, JOHN R FROM JULY 1 

ROTHENBERG, JUNE ELLEN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 16 ., 

RUSSELL, JOHN K PRESS ASST, 

SAUNDERS, KAYE MARLENE SECRETARY, 

SUHRE, SUSAN ANN DIST ASST, 

TRAUTH, JOSEPH L, JR FROM JULY 1 

WALSH, DONNA G FROM SEPT. 9 , 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES KEE 

BEANE, LINDA H 

BLIZZARD, GEORGE 

BOYD, ROXIE 

COOK, KIRSTEN M CLERK, 

GRANT, DELLA M FROM JULY 1 

HARRIS, DOUGLAS L CLERK, , 

LINCOLN, EVELYN 

MALONEY, MARTHA JANE FROM AUG. 1 

RICHARDS, EVELYN E MANAGER-DIST OFFICE, 

SCOTT, LEONARD V 

SWAIM, VIRGINIA C CLERK, 

TOOTHMAN, SANDEE 

TSUTRAS, FRANK G ADMIN ASST, 

OFFICE OF HON. HASTINGS KEITH 

ARGENTO, CYNTHIA M FROM DEC. 1 

BARCLAY, ELIZABETH C LEGIS ASST, TO JULY 31 AND LEGIS 

SECTY, FROM AUG. 1 

BENNETT, CATHERINE H FROM SEPT. 1 

CHARRON, RHEA IRENE FROM DEC. 1 

COUTO, ROBERT FROM JULY 1 

DEGNER, DONNA M EXEC SECTY, 

DITZLER, CAROL A FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 

ELDRIDGE, JOHN C SPECIAL ASST, 

FELD, EVELYN DANA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 19 ., 

HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D FROM NOV. 1 

HOWLAND, KINNAIRD FROM AUG. I TO NOV. 30 

HULBERT, ELNA FROM OCT. 9 

KELLEY, KAREN R 

KOFF, MICHAEL L LEGIS ASST, 

LUKEY, JOAN A STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 

MAUS, LARRY E FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

OTT, CHRISTINA G CASE WORKER, 

PEREIRA, DIANA M CLERK, TO JULY 31 

ROCK, ELIZABETH B FROM OCT. 24 TO NOV. 30 

SIDDALL, DAVID R OFFICE ASST, 

SMART, JOSEPH J FROM DEC. 1 

SYLVIA, OTILIA FROM JULY 1 

THOMAS, EDWARD L FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 

TURKINGTON, ERIC T LEGIS ASST, TO SEPT. 30 

TURNER, WARREN E FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 31 

VOGEL, JULIE ANN LEGIS ASST, TO OCT. 9 



$583.33 

5,749.98 

186.67 

3,850.02 

445.34 

1,266.66 
3,875.00 

550.00 

4,000.02 

11,868.48 

5,250.00 

3,983.32 

450.00 

350.00 
1,302.77 
2,816.67 
5,749.98 

160.00 
10,500.00 
3,692.52 
3,750.00 
5, 199.98 
2, 333.33 



4,606.08 
4,282.68 
4,606.08 

13, 145.52 

11,615.07 
1,200.00 

10, 163.76 
2,083.35 
4,000.02 
1,443.42 
600.00 
5,500.02 

15,300.00 



625.00 

4,433.33 
2,600.00 

300.00 
6,350.00 
4,650.02 
4,400.00 
1,466.67 

490.00 
1,950.00 
4,400.00 
2,951. 10 
2,391.67 
8,349.99 
1,200.00 

706.25 
5, 399.98 

625.00 

925.00 
5,049.98 

600.00 
5, 341.67 

975.00 
3,000.00 

977.78 
2,612.51 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JACK F. KEMP 



ARMSTRONG, JUDITH B 
CHUPLIS, DARLENE G 
CLARK, HARRY W, III 
CLENDENING, VALERIE ANN 
COLLINS, GEORGE W, JR 
CONCANNON, DAVIO J, JR 
CROMWELL, JAMES H 
GORSKY, RICHARD D 
OLMAN, MARYELLEN 
PARSONS, DARLENE I 
PETERSON, SUSAN JANE 
REYNOLDS, ELIZABETH A 
ROTTERMAN, LOUIS J 
RUTKOWSKI, EDWARD J 
SEGEBARTH, KRISTEN LEE 
TOMCZAK, LOIS A 
ZEMKE, BONNIE A 



LEGIS ASST, 

RECEPTION I ST- SECRETARY, 

STAFF ASST, 

CLERK TYPIST, 

FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 15 

DIST LIAISON REP, 

ADM ASST, 

STAFF ASST, 

CASEWORKER, 

RESEARCH ASST, 

SECRETARY, 

PERS SECRETARY, 

PRESS ASST., 

DIST REP, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 15 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, 

DIST OFFICE SECY, 



5t5 
3,2 
3,8 

3, 1 
3 
7, 5 
3, 5 
2t 5 

5, 5 
6,0 
4,0 

6 . 
8,5 
4»0 

1 
4.2 
1,0 



00.02 
50.02 
95.86 
50.00 
00.00 
00.00 
00.00 
00.02 
00.02 
00.00 
00.02 
00.00 
00.02 
00.02 
50.00 
49.98 
00.02 



OFFICE OF HON. CARLETON J. KING 



BARTHOLOMEW, EDWARD, 
BENJAMIN, HERMON G 
BERG, GEORGE L, JR 
CHOLAKIS, THOMAS G 
DYE, CHARLOTTE A 
FRYLING, SHERP ILL E 
GRIMES, PEGGY A 
HOLAHAN, NANCY ANN 
MURPHY, JAMES A, JR 
PIEPOLI, HELEN M 
SOVICH, MARLENE A 



FROM JULY 1 , 

FROM NOV. 1 

ADMIN ASST, 

FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, 
PERSONAL SECRETAPY, ., 

SECRETARY, , 

SECRETARY, , 

SECRETARY, 
FIELD REP, 
FROM SEPT. 
SECRETARY, 



TO AUG. 31 



2,5 
ltO 
5, 3 
4,9 
8,6 
4t2 
4,2 

6 
1.7 

7 
3,4 



00.02 
00.00 
00.00 
99.98 
19.00 
19.98 
19.98 
33.00 
66.68 
08.32 
28.76 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN C. KLUCZYNSKI 



ANDREWS, PETER JOHN 
BLEECKER, LYNN G 

FORST, DONALD S 
GEORGALAS, ELEANOR 

JOHNSON, GLORIA P 

MITTELSTAEDT, PEARL 

MORIN, SUSAN 
PEARSON, BEVERLY 
PIENCZAK, EDWARD J 



TUREK, HENRY F 
WILBANKS, JOSEPH 



LERK, 


TO 


NOV. 


30 


AND 


SECTY, 


FROM 


DEC. 


LERK , 
















LERK, 


TO 


NOV. 


30 


AND 


SECTY, 


FROM 


DEC. 


LERK, 


TO 


NOV. 


30 


AND 


SECTY, 


FROM 


DEC. 


LERK, 


TO 


NOV. 


30 


AND 


SECTY, 


FROM 


DEC. 



ONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 .... 

ROM JULY 1 

ADMIN ASST DISTRICT OFF, TO OCT. 31 
AND ADM ASST-CHICAGO, FROM NOV. 1 TO 
NOV, 30 AND ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 1 .. 

CLERK, 

STAFF MEMBER, 



4,500.00 

4,088. 10 
5,969.94 

7,664.50 

5,049.98 

7,664.50 

450.00 

15,300.00 



12,266.68 
7, 500.00 
3,883.32 



OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD I 



ADLER, DOUGLAS OCHS 
ALTMAN, RUTH S 
ARLT, RONAY 
BENDIX, HELEN I 
BERNUTH, PETER K 
BLUM, MONICA INGRID 
BRANTLEY, CARLOTTA A 
BROWN, DAVID W 
COFFEY, DIANE M 
DOWNEY, BARBARBA JEAN 
GRANGER, DAVID MASON 
GUENTERT, BARBARA J 
SAMMON, VIRGINIA C 
SILVERMAN, SUE W 
SOODAK, IRIS 
VONSTUTTERHEIM, KLAUS 
WIMPFHEIMER, PAUL M 



FROM JULY 1 

STAFF ASST, 

STAFF ASST, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 4 

STAFF ASST, 

STAFF ASST, 

STAFF ASST, 

COUNSEL 

PERSONAL APPTS SECTY, 

STAFF ASST, 

FROM JULY 5 TO AUG. 15 

ASST CASE WORKER, 

LEGIS STAFF ASST, 

LEGIS-STAFF ASST, 

STAFF ASST, 

CLERK, TO JULY 15 

FROM OCT. 1 



1,919.15 

4,600.02 

9,450.00 

40.00 

9,450.00 

5,550.00 

4,600.02 

15,300.00 

4, 750.02 

5,400.00 

410.00 

4,000.02 

4,275.00 

4,000.02 

4,450.02 

176.74 

624.99 



72 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued . 

OFFICE OF HON. OAN KUYKENDALl 

BAKER, GEORGIA MAE FROM AUG. 14 TO AUG. 31 $170.00 

BROOKS, LEE ANN SUMMER INTERN, TO AUG. 11 410.00 

8URNEV, DORIS THOMAS FROM OCT. 2 TO OCT. 31 515.55 

CARTER, PHYLLIS ANN STAFF ASST FOR PUBLIC REL, 4,250.01 

CATMUR, JOHN , CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 560.00 

CROCKETT, EILEEN A FROM SEPT. 5 2,577.79 

DEES, FRANKIE LEE DISTRICT SECRETARY, 3,975.00 

DINEEN, MICHAEL F ADMIN ASST, 9,200.00 

FRIBERG, GREGORY N CLERK, TO SERT. 30 941.67 

KING, CAROL CRUMP STAFF ASST, 4,550.02 

LEAKE, VIRGINIA LEGIS ASST, TO JULY 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 1,999.99 

MEANS, JOHN N PRESS SECRETARY, 8,449.98 

PARKER, KAREN ELIZABETH CASEWORKER, 4,949.98 

POWELL, M ELIZABETH EXEC SECTY, 7,774.98 

REDDITT, EDWARD E COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER, 6,300.00 

STONE, GUY FIELD REP, 10,999.98 

TOMLINSON, SHIRLEY S SECTY, 1,800.00 

WADE, FRANCES PATRICIA STAFF ASST, 4,824.98 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN KYL 

ADAMS, SANDRA PICKENS 5,170.80 

ATKINS, NEDRA P 5,170.80 

EATON, ROBERT J 8,040.18 

MARGET, STEVEN G FRCM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 300.00 

MINCKS, BRYAN H 3,750.00 

OLESON, STANLEY D FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 300.00 

PADOVAN, EDNA 7,838.64 

ROGERS, HAROLD D 9,824.10 

ROGERS, MARGARET C 4,541.40 

YEAGER, WILLIAM E, JR FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 300.00 

OFFICE OF HON. PETER N. KYROS 

BELL, WILLIAM A, JP LEGIS ASST, 9,256.80 

BENOIT, ROBERT L STAFF ASST, 2,773.74 

CANADAY, ALYCE D ADM ASST, 13,600.93 

CHILDS, ARTHUR P STAFF ASST, 4,970.16 

CHILDS, CANDICE S STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 633.34 

CURTIS, GAIL PATRICIA STAFF ASST, 7,384.98 

GRKAVAC, OLGA STAFF MEMBER, 5,500.02 

HOPE, ALLISON STAFF MEMBER, TO AUG. 31 866.66 

MORONG, MARGARET H STAFF ASST, 1,714.38 

PLANTE, JEROME G 10,684.92 

^ULVER, JANET K FROM OCT. 1 950.01 

RAYMOND, MARION W CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FPOM SEPT. I 2,183.32 

RICHARDS, CORY L STAFF MEMBER, 5,500.02 

RODGERS, ELEANOR B STAFF ASST 6,857.52 

SAVAGE, HELEN J STAFF ASST, I 5,802.48 

OFFICE OF HON. EARL F. LANDGRE3E 

CASSEL, NANCY J FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 240. CO 

CLARK, ROBERT H FROM SEPT. 4 TO SEPT. 7 101.11 

CLERGET, PATRICIA J FRCM AUG. 1 TO AUG. ?l 240.00 

OAVIES, RICHARD G CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND LEGIS ASST, FROM 

AUG. 5 TO OCT. 15 2,961.67 

DINSE, NANCY HELEN SECRETARY, 5,675.52 

GROVERMAN, JACKI LEE SECR E T AR Y/CASF WORKER 5,572.20 

HENDRIX, ESTHER M FRCM OCT. 16 TO NOV. 8 511.11 

HIBNER, ROY H FIELD RFP., 6,000.00 

HUNSBERGER, DONALD A FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 240.00 

KELLEY, CHRISTINE E SECTY, 3,956.28 

KRENZKE, BRIAN J FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 240.00 

LAVALLEE, DENNIS W RESEARCH ANALYST, 5,914.33 

LAYMON, JOHN N FROM AUG. 1 8,333.35 

LINDSTEDT, DWIGHT FROM DEC. I TO DEC. 21 350.00 

MACKENZIE, KENNETH J FROM SEPT. 18 3,632.79 

MATTESON, J KIRSTAN PECEPT ION I ST, TO AUG. 31 1,230.84 

MERRELL, MARY SECRETARY, 4,499.70 

MITCHELL, OVETA E SECTY 3,466.50 

MODLY, ILONA M FROM NOV. I TO NOV. 30 350.00 

MURTAUGH, JAMES F 2,005.98 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. EARL F. LANOGREBE - CONTINUED 

ROBINSON, MARGARET Z SECRETARY/CASE WORKER, $5,010.96 

SMITH, BETTE N SECRETARY, 4,007.70 

TEMPLETON, KATHERINE A FROM SEPT. 6 2,359.11 

THOMAS, 8REN0A KAYE 2,005.98 

WALL, WILLIAM L, JR LEGIS ASST, TO JULY 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 

TO DEC. 7 1,518.02 

OFFICE OF HON. PHIL M. LANDRUM 

CHAPPELL, ANN 8,725.74 

DUNLAP, MARY ELEANOR CLERK, TO JULY 31 433.33 

ELBERFELD, KATHERINE A CLERK, 3,950.00 

FLEMING, ELIZABETH M 8,895.34 

JENKINS, EDGAR L 7,035.12 

JOHNSON, THOMAS E CLERK, 3,800.00 

MATHIS, JAMES E, JR CLERK, TO AUG. 15 1,125.00 

THORNTON, THOMAS T, JR 4,974.96 

VANLANDINGHAM, MARIAN RESEARCHER, 2,750.00 

WARREN, WILLIAM C CLERK, 7,534.98 

OFFICE OF HON. DELBERT L. LATTA 

BROWN, MARY LUELLA CLERK, 5,311.92 

BURCHELL, KAYE M 10,500.00 

CLARK, PHYLLIS ANN TO JULY 31 600.38 

EOWARDS, CAROLYN JEAN SECRETARY, 5,940.90 

FORD, BILLY LEROY FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 5 633.34 

FRIES, JEANETTE FROM AUG. 7 3,000.00 

HALPIN, JEANNETTE R FROM SEPT. 18 1,859.73 

KOERBER, VIOLET C CLERK-LEGIS AIDE, 6,000.00 

LAGER, ELSIE FROM AUG. 23 TO AUG. 31 AND 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 15 460.00 

MILLIGAN, PATRICIA A SEC TY-RECEPT IONI ST , 4,950.00 

MOORE, JOHN HAMMOND FROM OCT. 16 3,125.00 

PATRICK, MICHAEL W FROM AUG. 7 TO OCT. 21 1,308.34 

PITTS, V DIANE FROM AUG. 1 2,833.32 

REESE, JUNE ANN FROM SEPT. 18 TO NOV. 4 848.61 

SUGG, MARGARET B FROM JULY 2C 4,919.46 

TAYLOR, CARLEEN GAY FROM JULY 5 TO JULY 31 469.45 

WEINSTOCK, JOAN CLERK-SECTY, TO AUG. 23 1,236.67 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT L. LEGGETT 

BACA, ANNA B SECRETARY, 2,104.48 

BONE, SADIE M FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 200.00 

CHAFFEE, OWEN ADMIN ASST, 14,899.00 

COAKLEY, JAMES J FROM JULY 1 9,138.00 

DRIPS, RALPH WILLIAM, JR FROM JULY 1 4,541.34 

ELMGREN, CATHERINE ANN SFCTY, 5,078.57 

ERICKSON, SALLY JAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 23 230. OC 

HARDY, LEROY C FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 200.00 

HARPER, VIRGINIA SECRETARY, 4,364.98 

HOLM, LAVENIA C CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 300.00 

INTERDONATO, CARMELA F SECTY, 4,600.00 

KNIPHFER, JOANN SECRETARY, 4,433.32 

MINDEL, WILMA R SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND SECTY, FROM 

SEPT. 1 6,809.57 

MONAHAN, WILLIAM JOSEPH CLERK, TO OCT. 31 4C0.00 

MOSES, GEORGE R FROM DEC. 1 750.00 

OBRIEN, DOROTHY C EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 14,917.50 

SHERMAN, ROBERT 3,738.16 

THORNTON, ROBERT FROM JULY 24 TC AUG. 29 AND LEGIS 

ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

CLERK, FROM OCT. I 2,431.01 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31. 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ALTON LENNON 

BUTLER, ANNE B $7,200.00 

CAMPION, GEORGIA B ADMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

JONES, DOUGLAS J 10,800.00 

KNIGHT, CATHARIN 3,949.98 

LENNON, MARY PAT CLERK, TO SEPT. 12 1,440.00 

MCLEAN, JEAN 8,400.00 

WALKER, CHRISTINE B 6,600.00 

WARD, DAVID DOCKERY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 21 510.00 

OFFICE OF HON. NORMAN F. LENT 

BOATRIGHT, REED H PRESS ASST, 6,424.98 

DICKERT, CARL, JR FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 750.00 

EDSELL, RALPH JAMES, JR ADMIN ASST, 15,265.02 

FIAMMA, STEPHEN E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

JOHNSON, H DOUGLAS, JP FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 13 72.22 

KNIGHT, GARY D STAFF ASST, 3,349.98 

LILLI, CAROLYN LEE STAFF ASSISTANT, 5,250.00 

LORD, CHRISTOPHER D STAFF ASST, 3,430.02 

MINOGUE, MARY JANE STAFF ASST, 4,249.98 

MORRIS, BARBARA ANN SECRETARY, 6,752.52 

OVERGAARO, RICHARD L PUBLIC RELATIONS, 5,149.98 

ROMAN, ROBERT D DIST REP, 14,220.00 

SCOTT, LILLIAN S FROM OCT. 1 1.485.0C 

TAT, MARIL-N CRAWFORD STAFF ASST., 6,752.52 

WEISS, CHARLES W STAFF ASST, 3,649.98 

OFFICE OF HON. ARTHUR A. LINK 

BACKES, JACQUELINE SECRETARY, 4,123.98 

BOE, AUDREY S SECRETARY, 5,186.52 

CAMERON, ROSALIE P SECRETARY, 5,244.02 

CONLON, HELEN M FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,733.34 

ECKEL3ERG, DUANE ASSISTANT 5,340.32 

JONES, DOROTHY M SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND PERSCNAL 

SECTY, FROM SEPT. 5 6,187.98 

KALDAHL, THERMAN C ASSISTANT, 8,755.02 

MILLER, LYNN M SECTY, TO AUG. 31 400.00 

MOORE, EUNICE I FROM JULY 1 1,225.00 

NORSWORTHY, OLIVER D CLERK, 1,524.00 

PIGGOTT, LOIS ELLEN SECRETARY, 4,224.98 

ROE, TEDDY W FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 600.00 

RUPP, JEFFREY K FROM SEPT. 18 TO OCT. 18 206.67 

RUSTAD, WALLACE ASST TO M6R, 12,126.48 

SCOUTON, WILLIAM ASSISTANT, 12,334.82 

SKALEY, GAIL P SECRETARY, 2,599.98 

VALEU, ROBERT L ASSISTANT, TO JULY 15 AND 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASST, FROM NOV. 1 3,864.42 

WALSH, MIKE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

OFFICE OF HON. SHERMAN P. LLGYD 

AHLSTROM, ARDETH M TO OCT. 31 3,100.00 

ANOERSON, ROBERT M 2,402.40 

BULLEN, THURLOW H CLERK, TO JULY 23 868.89 

COVEY, NOEL M FROM NOV. 1 1,200.00 

GARCIA, ANGELINA S CLERK 2,700.00 

GILLETTE, FAY CLERK, 2,400.00 

GOATES, ROMA T CLERK, 4,950.00 

HANSEN, ROYAL IVORY CLERK, TO SEPT. 10 1,416.67 

LANDES, PAUL H PROM SEPT. 11 2,016.67 

LOVELL, JOAN CLERK, TO SEPT. 17 1,604.17 

LOWE, STEVEN F FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 12 AND FROM NOV. 

1 TO NOV. 30 2,125.00 

MCCRANEY, DAVID L CLERK, TO JULY 31 782.46 

MOLE, CRAIG ROBERT CLEPK 3,875.00 

NORDEN, ELIZABETH K FROM NOV. 1 1,300.00 

REESE, ROBIN WILLIAM CLERK, 2,400.00 

ROLLO, JOHN M CLERK, 5,798.35 

SHORES, SUSAN CLERK, 5,350.00 

THOMPSON, LINWOOD C CLERK, 3,000.00 

WALTER, WILLIAM REAGAN FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 3,750.00 

WINEGAR, PAUL W ADMIN ASST 13,041.67 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CLARENCE D. LONG 



BACHARACH, DEBORAH FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 AND CASE 

WORKER, FROM DEC. 1 

BEATLEY, PATRICIA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 ..... 

BOYCE, THOMAS T FROM JULY 5 TO NOV. 17 AND SPECIAL 

ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 1 , 

BRADY, EVELYN C FROM DEC. 1 

CARDIN, SANFORD FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 11 

DAISLEY, ALBERT E FROM SEPT. 23 TO NOV. 30 , 

DAVIDSON, MARGARET S 

DEMATATIS, VIRGINIA E FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 6 

FRITTS, JANIS L FROM OCT. 4 , 

HAMMERS, JEAN FROM JULY I , 

HENRY, MARY V FROM JULY 1 , 

HOPE, ELIZABETH MOSLEY FROM JULY 1 , 

HORNEY, GEORGE BRENT FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 25 

LEWIS, HELEN R FROM DEC. I 

MACMICHAEL, BARRY LYNN FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 26 , 

MASER, LAUREN J FROM JULY 1 , 

MEYER, SYLVIA FIELD REP, TO NOV. 15 , 

RANDALL, MARTHA L FROM OCT. 10 , 

REHBEIN, LESLIE SPECIAL ASST, , 

REVELLS, MARSHA CLERK-TYPIST, TO SEPT. 22 , 

RICHARDSON, WILLIAM R FROM DEC. 1 

STOCKTON, PETER D H SPEC INVESTIGATOR, TO JULY 4 , 

TOLLERTON, KATHRYN R FROM JULY 1 , 

TOMKIN, SHELLEY LYNNE FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND SECTY, 

FROM OCT. 1 , 

TRUJILLO, CLARA L FROM AUG. 12 

OFFICE OF HON. SPEEDY 0. LONG 

BRADY, THOMAS FLOYD CLERK, 

BRIDGES, EDYTHE M CLERK, , 

COUVILLION, DAVID IRVIN , 

HICKS, CARLTON J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

HILDER8RAND, PRISCILLA , 

HODGES, BERTICE G CLERK, , 

HOLM, LAVENIA C FROM OCT. 1 , 

PIPER, CATHERINE B CLERK, , 

SMITH, ALVA C, JR CLERK, , 

SMITH, SONDRA ANN CLERK, 

SWOR, MATTIE LOU CLERK, , 

TARVER, JOHN R CLERK, 

WILSON, JUANITA ANN CLERK, , 

OFFICE OF HON. MANUEL LUJAN, JR. 

CHAVEZ, SYLVIA A CASE WORKER, 

CRANDALL, QUENTON K , 

DAUM, JACK D CLERK, , 

HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 , 

HERRING, BEVERLY A PROJECT DIRECTOR, 

HOLT, MICHELLE TO AUG. 18 , 

HORVATH, RANOEE SECRETARY, , 

KERNS, DIANA C CLERK, , 

KERSNER, JUDITH D CLERK, 

LEGER, ANTONIO C FROM JULY 1 

MIRABAL, BEATRICE A , 

MORGAN, MARTHA B SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 

MOYA, STELLA A SECRETARY, , 

MUNSEY, DIANA M SECRETARY, , 

PAPP, PEGGY ANN LEGI S ASST, 

SALAZAR, LUCY M DIST SECRETARY, , 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT MCCLOPY 

BOTT, MARY JANE 

BRAXTON, JUANITA D SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST 

CHANDLER, GAIL TO AUG. 31 

COLEVAS, GERALDEAN J EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 

CORBIN, EULALIA OISTRICT ADMIN ASST, 

DANIELS, STEPHEN M FROM JULY 1 

DAVIS, ROBERT C, III TO SEPT. 22 

ELLIS, SHANNON E FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 15 , 



$4,091.68 
600.00 

3,683.80 

191.67 

432.78 

1, 777.74 

5,841.65 

2, 133.34 

1,976.67 

6,091.67 

5,366.67 

6, 849.98 

6,041.67 

541.67 

2, 556.12 

4,441.65 

1,624.99 

1,846.67 

2,599.98 

1,548.90 

750.00 

288.89 

9, 549.98 

3,649.99 
3, 114.45 



7,500.00 
4,249.98 

13,500.00 
450.00 
6,000.00 
4,249.98 
300.00 
6,000.00 
8,499.99 
2,500.02 
6,000.00 

12,348.00 
6,000.00 



2,800.00 
15,300.00 
10,623.72 
1,000.00 
4, 516.66 
960.00 
3,966.68 
4,318.80 
4,431.00 
2,206.30 
3,833.34 
1, 100.00 
4,200.00 
4,915.00 
5,516.68 
4,458.00 



4,583.34 

5,048.77 

666.66 

8,188.55 

8,426.82 

6,750.00 

956.67 

150.00 



ftn.qu n . 7i -R 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT MCCLORY - CONTINUED 



FISHER, NED L 
KENNEY, VIRGINIA 
KIERNAN, FRANCES B 
LAWRY, MARGARET J 
MORROW, JEAN E 
PEASLEY, DONALD D 
RINEHART, VIRGINIA 
RUDD, ALETHEA S 
STONHAM, MARIETTA e 
TOBIAS, JOHN R 
WADE, LINDA S 
WALTERS, PHYLLIS K 
YAFFE, DAVID 



TO SEPT. 15 , 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 , 

SECRETARY, , 

STAFF ASST, 

TO AUG. 31 , 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 , 

FROM NOV. 1 , 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 



$1,354.18 

2,400.00 

6,771.37 

830.00 

6,991.17 

3i300.00 

477.00 

5,433.24 

6,716.33 

666.66 

830.00 

800.00 

600.00 



OFFICE OF HON. PAUL N. MCCLOSKEY, JR. 



BANCHERO, ERNEST J 
BARRON, MARK 
BERLIN, JOHN MARTIN 
BROWN, OAVID S J 
BRYANT, PHILIP G 
CANBY, ANNE P 
CONSTANTINO, THOMAS L 
DEVOY, ROBERT TYNAN, JR 

FARLEY, JANET LOUISE 
HOLDEN, HAROLD LEE 

MACFARLANO, CELIA C 
MARCOTT, CYNTHIA A 
MILLER, JANE M 
MOORE, ELIZABETH S 
NIKLAUS, DAVID C 
NORMENT, LUCYNA B 
OHAGAN, NOREEN A 
PLOUGH, CHARLES T, III 
SCHMIDT, MICHAEL L 
SHERWOOD, ANNE 
TRAINOR, KATHLEEN 
WAINWRIGHT, WILLIAM H 
WEINSTEIN, SUSAN LEE 
WILSON, JOHN LEWIS 



FROM JULY 23 TO AUG. 31 380.00 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 1,173.00 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,173.00 

ADM ASST, 11,151.59 

FROM JULY 1 2,569.00 

6,073.65 

FROM JULY 1 5,025.00 

STAFF ASST, TO OCT. 31 AND LEGIS ASST, 

FROM NOV. 1 7,297.00 

STAFF ASST, 4,495.00 

FROM SEPT. 16 TO NOV. 30 AND FIELD 

REP, FROM DEC. 1 5,314.00 

STAFF ASST, 5,595.00 

STAFF ASST, TO JULY 15 263.75 

STAFF ASST, 4,313.98 

STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 738.50 

TO SEPT. 15 3,780.43 

FROM JULY 1 5,206.99 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 500.00 

STAFF ASST, 3,364.00 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 925.00 

5,549.98 

FROM OCT. I 1,834.00 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 768.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 22 220.00 

TO SEPT. 15 1,428.65 



OFFICE OF HON. JAMES A. MCCLURE 



ANCHUSTEGUI, NINA M 
ARMSTRONG, DUKE J 
BEATTY, BARBARA 
CARVER, CANDACE E 
COLLINS, JANE HAMPTON 
DAHL, HELEN G 
GOLLER, JAMES A 
HANSON, PATRICIA A 
HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D 
HOALST, DIANA MARIE 
JOHNSON, RUTH V 
KEARSLEY, SHARYN G 
KEITHLY, CAROLYN JANE 
LEWIS, MARCIA K 
LEWIS, RAYMOND K 
MATTMILLER, NIKI D 
MCCAMPBELL, EVELYN M 
PANKONIN, LUETTA H 
SHORTLEY, MAISELLE D 
SLOVER, LILA J 
THOMPSON, RICHARD K 
TURNER, LINDA C 



SECRETARY, 4,474.15 

CLERK, 3,157.50 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 14 676.00 

FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 17 1,707.50 

SECRETARY, 4,574.18 

FROM JULY 1 3,724.15 

DIST ASST, 11,749.98 

SECTY, TO SEPT. 5 1,173.62 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 741.67 

SECTY-DIST OFFICE, TO JULY 18 347.50 

SECRETARY, 3,624.18 

FROM OCT. 11 1,360.00 

SECRETARY, 3,724.15 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 19 490.00 

FROM JULY 1 6,199.98 

FROM SEPT. 7 TO SEPT. 30 433.34 

FROM SEPT. 1 2,206.67 

PRESS SECRETARY, 4,324.15 

FROM SEPT. 18 1,105.31 

SECRETARY, 4,149.18 

ADM ASST, 12,649.98 

SECRETARY, 4,674.18 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN Y. MCCOLLISTER 

AUTERY, DEBORAH L FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 flOO.OO 

HAGEL, CHARLES T RESEARCH ASST, TO JULY 31 AND 

DISTRICT ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 

AND ADM ASST, FROM NOV. 1 4,908.34 

HUNTLEY, SUSAN E SECTY, TO NOV. 30 AND LEGIS SECRETARY, 

FROM DEC. 1 3,333.35 

JUAREZ, JOSEPH J STAFF AIDE, 1,200.00 

KRONBERG, WENDELL A CLERK, 1,800.00 

MATSON, PATRICIA JO PRESS ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND ADMIN AIDF, 

FROM DEC. 1 6,458.34 

MCCORNACK, GREGG C CONSTITUENT RELATIONS ASST, 5,749.98 

PEACOCK, CATHERINE M LEGIS SECTY, TO NOV. 3C AND LEGIS 

ASST, FROM DEC. 1 5,375.00 

PETERS, PAUL F LEGIS ASST, TO NOV. 30 8,958.35 

ROGERS, TENLEY A FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 100.00 

ROSS, SUSAN JANE RESEARCH ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND ASST, 

FROM DEC. 1 4,791.68 

SHEAKS, MARCIA T RECEPTIONIST, 5,250.00 

SISSON, SANDRA KAY FROM JULY 1 5,916.66 

SWAIN, NAOMI JANE CLERK, TO AUG. 15 AND DISTRICT 

CONSTITUENT AIDE, FROM DEC. 1 750.00 

TAYLOR, MONTE DISTRICT PEP, 6,750.00 

WALLIN, LYN LOUISE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

SECRFTARY, FROM AUG. 16 2,700.00 

WESTNER, FRANCES C OFFICE MANAGER, TO CCT . 31 AND EXEC 

SECTY, FROM NOV. 1 7,083.34 

WILSON, DENISE KAY FROM JULY 24 TO NOV. 3C AND DIST 

CONSTITUENT AIDE, FROM DEC. 1 2,118.33 

YONTZ, CAROL FROM DEC. 11 388.89 

OFFICE OF HON. MIKE MCCORMACK 

A3RAMS, ROYE LYNN DIST AIDE, 3,978.00 

ANDELIN, JOHN P, JR STAFF ASST, 7,075.00 

BACON, BARBARA B CLERK, 6,330.00 

BYRNE, CHRISTOPHER A FROM AUG. 1 2,500.00 

CHRISTENSON, REBECCA L FROM DEC. 1 450.00 

DANNENHAUER, MERCEDES CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 1,800.00 

DOW, GREGORY CHARLES FROM NOV. 1 TO DEC. 4 821.67 

ELLIS, JERRY ANN DIST AIDE, 5,200.00 

GEORGE, BETTY J FROM DEC. 18 260.00 

HARRIS, WILLIAM E STAFF ASST, 2,250.00 

HATFIELD, PHILLIP L FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 650. OC 

HUNT, THOMAS E FROM JULY 1 8,448.00 

INGELS, GAIL M CLERK, 3,000.00 

JOHNSON, KYLE R CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 750.00 

MCELIGOT, LUCY A CLERK, TO OCT. 31 1,000.00 

NOWAKOWSKI, RAGNAR F EXEC ASST, 12,660.00 

PARGAMENT, EDYTHE A FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 2,110.00 

RAWSON, WILLIAM RANDALL RESEARCH ASST , 5,225.00 

TONJES, ANN L CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND RESEARCH ASST, 

FROM SEPT. 1 6,325.00 

WAHLGREN, RICHARD E, JR ■ FROM SEPT. 16 TO OCT. 31 770.00 

WEGELEBEN, WILLIAM H FROM OCT. 1 1,006.12 

WENDT, DOROTHY KATHRYN FROM AUG. 16 2,700.00 

WILLIAMS, EILEEN C CLERK, TO SEPT. 15 875.00 

WILSON, SUZANN GAIL FROM SEPT. 1 2,185.00 

ZAGAR, BRUCE ANTHONY FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 900.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM M. MCCULLOCH 

BRUSH, MARGIE B 1,145.58 

GELCHION, CHRISTINA CLEPK 5,500.02 

JONES, R MARSHALL FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 31 440.00 

LEAHY, KEVIN DOYLE FROM AUG. 1 TO DEC. 7 1,116.67 

PAGE, VERA W FROM JULY 1 10,500.00 

RING, STEPHEN W CLERK, 2,100.00 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH M. MCDADE 

BOINSKI, PATRICIA M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 $650. OC 

CAHILL, MARY E CASEWORKER, TO SEPT. 10 2,003.17 

CONNORS, JANET CLERK, TO AUG. 15 883.56 

CORRIGAN, ANNE W SPEC ASST-LEGI SLATI VE , 8,899.98 

EKLUNO, VICKI L SECRETARY, 4,083.32 

LETTIERI, FRED F FIELD REP, TO OCT. 3 2,595.97 

MOSER, GERTRUDE L EXEC SECRETARY, 10,167.89 

OGORMAN, FRANCIS E ADMIN ASST, 14,491.98 

REESE, ROBERT H PUBLIC RELATIONS ASST, 2,135.38 

RUSSEN, MICHAEL S FIELD REP, 8,119.48 

SCRIPTURE, SARAH E FROM AUG. 7 3,200.02 

SPANN, ELIZA V FROM AUG. 21 2,708.33 

TAUBER, KAREN L SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 2,124.99 

VERASTRO, CAROL ANN FRCM OCT. 18 1,216.67 

WAGNER, DAPHNE J FROM OCT. 4 1,691.66 

WRIGHT, MARY AGNES OFFICE MANAGER, 4,747.50 

OFFICE OF HON. JACK H. MCDONALD 

CASSEDY, L DIANNE LEGIS. ASST., TO JULY 4 140.67 

FITZGERALD, LAURENCE F ADMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

KAUL, LA VCNNE SECTY, TO AUG. 31 475.00 

LOEFFLER, KATHY C RECEPTIONIST-TYPIST, TO JULY 14 272.22 

MCKEOUGH, MARY T SECRETARY-CASEWORKER, 6,651.02 

MILNE, J RICHARD RESEARCH ASST, TO JULY 31 900.00 

MOGLE, JEAN E FROM JULY 1 3,175.02 

NORTON, DONNA K FROM JULY 5 7,188.89 

PHANEUF, CAROL L SECRETARY 3,694.98 

RICE, JACQUELYN A SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

SCUPHOLM, PAUL T DISTRICT ASST, TO NOV. 30 9,126.26 

SHELTON, EARLINE FROM JULY I 14,525.54 

WOLFF, RICHARD F RESEARCH £ PRESS ASST, 10,137.59 

YOUMANS, LINDA D FROM JULY 24 TO AUG. 31 AND 

v RECEPT-TYPIST, FROM SEPT. 1 1,320.00 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT C. MCEWEN 

BELL, DONNA M PERS SECTY, 6,750.00 

BRICK, CARY R FROM NOV. I 2,500.00 

CAMPANELLA, BERNARD J ASST, TO JULY 31 AND PRESS ASST, FROM 

AUG. 1 8,250.02 

DEUVAL, ERNEST J ASST 7,900.02 

ELLIS, JOANN D CASE WORKER, 3,000.00 

MELLON, JOHN E ADM ASST, 15,250.02 

RATTI, JOY CASE WORKER, 4,750.02 

SOBOTA, EDWARD C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450. OC 

STEELE, PATRICIA M FROM OCT. 6 1,062.50 

STITT, CAROL D FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 100.00 

WARREN, SUSAN L SECRETARY, 4,099.98 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. MCFALL 

ALBERTSEN, MARYC CLERK, 5,054.58 

BARNES, RAYMOND F CLERK, 15,225.00 

CAIN, VICKY CLERK, TO AUG. 13 800.27 

DAWSON, ELIZABETH ANN CLERK, 5,651.84 

EDLUND, DAVID OENNIS CLERK, 4,725.00 

HARDY, LEROY C FROM AUG. I TO OCT. 31 480.33 

MABRY, SAMUEL A CLERK, 2,114.34 

NUTTER, SUZANNE L CLERK, 4,360.10 

OLHASSO, JOHN J CLERK, 7,784.22 

OLYMPIUS, SHIRL CLERK, 913.45 

ROLLINS, OELORES K FROM SEPT. 1 2,233.32 

RUFFIN, PAULETTE F FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 

14 TO AUG. 31 476.50 

RUFFIN, ROSETTA MARIE CLERK, 4,203.78 

STEVENS, ALICE K CLERK, 8,500.20 

WILBER, A LEE CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 .... 6,536.84 

WILSON, CATHERINE E CLERK, 4,429.14 

WING, JAMES KENNETH FROM JULY 1 4,906.22 

YOUNG, FRANK JOSEPH CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. 



GUNN MCKAY 



ALLEN, NANCY CAROL PERSONAL SECTY, TO DEC. 1 

BROWN, HELEN BETH DISTRICT OFFICE MANAGER, TO AUG. 31 .. 

CLARK, KRISTINA A ASST ADM ASST, 

FINDLAY, LOU JEAN FROM SEPT. 1 

GALLEGOS, KATHLEENE E CASE WORKER, 

GROW, JEANNE INTERN, TO SEPT. 15 

HUNTER, BRUCE C STAFF ASST, 

LEICHT, LOUISE L SECTY, TO SEPT. 21 

MAUGHAN, MARGARET E FROM DEC. 1 

MELVILLE, J KEITH FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND ASST ADMIN 

ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

ADMIN INTERN, FROM OCT. 1 

MONSEN, J SHELDON PRESS SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND STAFF 

CONSULTANT, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 15 .. 
OLSEN, MACK WADE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

INTERN, FROM AUG. 16 TO SEPT. 21 

ROYLANCE, MARILYN STAFF ASST, 

ROYLANCE, PATRICK D FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND ASST PRESS 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

PRESS SECTY, FROM OCT. 1 

TAYLOR, STANLEY A ADMIN ASST, TO SEPT. 3C AND EXECUTIVE 

ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

THOMAS, KRISTIE L FROM SEPT. 25 

VINCENTI, SHELDON A LEGIS ASST, 

YOUNG, DOLLY G DIST OFFICE MGR 

YOUNG, PATRICIA J STENOGRAPHER, TO SEPT. 21 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES D. 'MIKE' MCKEVITT 

BAIRD, RONALO L FROM SEPT. 13 

BARNETT, JUDITH LYNN PERSONAL SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND 

FROM DEC. 5 

BERGER, MARSHA P DIST OFFICE MGR, 

BRANAND, ROBERT E FROM NOV. 1 

BUTLER, CORALIE CAREY RECEPTIONIST 

BUTLER, PATRICIA JEAN FROM AUG. 21 TO SEPT. 20 

COLEMAN, CARL CHENNY ADMIN ASST, 

KEMP, SARAH JANE PERSONAL SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND 

OFFICE MANAGER, FROM SEPT. 1 

SMOAK, NOMIA CAMILE FROM JULY 6 TO AUG. 11 

SNEIDER, TERRI LYNN LEGIS ASST, 

SWEENEY, MARY N CLERK, 

THOMAS, JANET R CLERK, 

UNDERWOOD, BROOKE E DIST OFFICE SECTY, 

WEDDLE, MARY L CASE WORKER, TO NOV. 3C AND FROM DEC. 

5 

WIGLE, EDWIN C DISTRICT PEP, 

YOUNG, NANCY L CLERK 

OFFICE OF HON. STEWART B. MCKINNEY 

ARNOLD, ERNEST M, JR FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

BENNETT, STUART M FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

BISACCA, GEORGE R DISTRICT REP, 

CARVETH, CHRISTOPHER B CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 15 TO NOV. 30 .. 

CHAVES, BARBARA COLE OFFICE MANAGER, 

DALY, CHRISTOPHER J FROM NOV. 1 

DONOVAN, PATRICIA J CASE WORKER, 

FICKER, LOIS CASEWORKER, 

GRAY, LESLIE 8 CASE WORKER, 

KELLY, DOROTHY A BRIDGEPORT ASST, 

LEHRMAN, LYNDA ANN LEGIS AIDE, TO NOV. 30 AND STAFF 

ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 1 

LIEBENSON, JEFFREY M FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 14 

LONG, MARY JEAN STAMFORD ASST, 

MCGEE, JOSEPH J LEGIS ASST, 

MCKIERNAN, GERALD J PRESS ASST, 

MICHAUD, LINDA A RECEPTIONIST, TO AUG. 31 

MILLER, SUSAN MEREDITH INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

ROYAK, HELEN M SECRETARY, 

SANGIOVANNI, WILLIAM F DISTRICT REP, 

SMITH, MICHAEL P STAFF ASST, 



$3,439.43 

1,000.00 

4,949.98 

2,200.00 

5,650.00 

750.00 

2,045.00 

810.00 

687. 5C 



6,499.99 



810.00 
4,249.98 



7,066.67 

15,000.00 
1, 760.00 

13,000.02 

3,600.00 

810.00 



893.41 

5,773.50 
4,606.84 

600.00 
4,513.50 

500.00 
14,356.84 

6,550. 16 
360.00 
7,471.41 
4, 106.84 
3,440.16 
3, 106.84 

6,041.00 
7,606.84 
2,296.48 



1,000.00 
3.530.0C 
4,738. 14 

4, 157.77 
7,548.54 
1,522.51 
4,336.80 
5,005.98 
4,336.80 
4,462.42 

4,221.67 
440.00 
4,462.42 
5,354.92 
9,225.96 
1,397.88 
600. OC 
2,516. 16 
5,605.12 
4, 141.68 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 

JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN L. MCMILLAN 

ATKINS, MAC T, JR CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 $1,749.99 

BATTLE, MICHAEL WARNER CLERK, TO SEPT. 10 972.23 

CARTER, J ROBERT, JR 5,563.50 

DEBERRY, CAROLYN W 10,885.86 

OUCKER, CHARLES B CLERK, 3,500.01 

GERRALO, VANOA SUE 4,010.94 

GRAHAM, EDWARD L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 19 490.00 

GRAHAM, LENWOOD , CLERK-MESSENGER, 3,457.50 

HARPER, MARSHA MILLER FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,166.66 

HILL, JOAN 4,970.16 

HURSEY, BARBARA JANE CLERK, TO SEPT. 10 972.23 

LATHE, SANDRA J CLERK, 3,928.74 

MATTHEWS, R CURTIS 7,443.03 

MCGEE, MAJOR L 14,209.05 

ROGERS, AILEEN VICTORIA TO NOV. 26 2,983.46 

ROGERS, FRANK D, JR CLERK, TO SEPT. 10 777.77 

SPOONTS, TRENT CLERK, TO SEPT. 10 777.77 

STEADMAN, ANNE W 8,740.69 

TIMMONS, HENRY L FROM NOV. 1 419.52 

OFFICE OF HON. TORBERT H. MACDONALD 

ALLEN, RUTH W SECRETARY, 3,499.98 

30WEN, ANNE M STAFF ASST, 3,640.02 

CAGNO, HELEN STAFF ASST, 3,429.00 

CARNEY, ELEANORE M STAFF ASST, 7,912.50 

CHILES, ELIZABETH 2,911.62 

CROKEN, JOSEPH E ADM ASST, 15,244.98 

KNIGHT, PETER CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 560.00 

LICHTMAN, JOAN B LEGIS ASST, 4,000.02 

PATMAN, MARY ANN SECRETARY, 8,914.98 

PIKKERT, MAY ANNE SECRETARY, 5,011.50 

SHOOSHAN, HARRY M, III ADM ASST, 10,999.98 

SINCLAIR, LUCY M SECRETARY, 7,912.50 

OFFICE OF HON. RAY J. MADDEN 

BOSCH, MICHAEL WM CLERK, 6,750.00 

BURDINE, ANTHONY A CLERK, 4,562.76 

DURRETT, VIRGINIA M SECRETARY, 7,120.98 

EVERETT, DOROTHY J SECRETARY, TO DEC. 15 6,527.57 

FEARS, JELLENA SECRETARY, 5,151.06 

HARTKE, NANCY W FROM OCT. 1 2,100.00 

JEHLE, PATRICIA A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

PANNOS, MICHAEL A CLERK, 6,000.00 

RAOULIC, PAUL CLERK, TO OCT. 20 1,404.96 

SOBEK, MARY EXEC. SECRETARY, 14,221.38 

TURNER, VIRGINIA P ADM ASST 15,300.00 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE H. MAHON 

BOYLE, HELEN G CLERK, \ 9,103.98 

BUNTON, LUCIUS, JR FROM JULY I TO AUG. 16 613.33 

FARLEY, THOMAS 8 FROM JULY 24 5,073.33 

FURGESON, JIM A CLERK, TO JULY 8 26.67 

GRIFFITH, ROSE JEAN CLERK, 4,137.68 

GURREN, MARY ELLEN CLERK, TO JULY 31 1,250.00 

KAYALI, GAY NELL CLERK, 5,650.00 

LANGSTON, DAVID R FROM OCT. I 1,916.67 

MARTIN, DOROTHY S CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND SECTY, FRCM NOV. 

1 9,402.66 

MCELROY, LAURA CLERK, 5.00C.01 

PETERSON, ANNALEE CLERK, 8,080.98 

UMPHLETT, ANITA K CLERK, 6,483.32 

WALKER, SAVANNAH T FROM OCT. 1 4,500.00 

WILLIAMS, RITA CAROL CLERK, TO OCT. 10 3,809.73 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM S. MAILLIARD 



ADKINS, LINDA LEE 
BUSHA, ROBERT W 
DOSS, PRISCILLA S 
DOUGHERTY, DEBORAH A 
EYMANN, LUCINDA S 
GREYt RICHARD S 
HEWITT, CAROL MEREDITH 

HOLMES, CHRISTIAN, IV 
JOHNSON, MARVIN 
KERR, LYNN A 
MAGEE, MARY ELLEN 
MATTHEWS, PHILIP R 

MINOR, JANE LUPTON 
MONK, BARBARA B 
MURPHY, LUCILLE E 
OTSEA, MARION E 
ROACH, CAROLYN A 
RUSSELL, MARY 
SCHLITZ, BONNIE 
STITT, CAROL D 
STRATTON, LISA B 
WRIGHT, DONNA G 



LEGISLATIVE ASST, J4.449.98 

ADM ASST, TO JULY 31 1,666.67 

FROM DEC. 13 375.00 

CLERK, 3,650.00 

CASE WORKER, 3,433.34 

CLERK, TO JULY 5 166.67 

RECEPTIONIST, TO JULY 31 AND PERSONAL 

SECTY, FROM AUG. 1 3,616.67 

SPECIAL ASST, 7,333.34 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 750.00 

FROM SEPT. 5 2,316.68 

CLERK, 3,575.02 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

JULY 6 TO AUG. 6 1,013.33 

FROM OCT. 1 1,725.01 

SECRETARY, 5,250.00 

SECRETARY, 4,800.02 

DIST. REP., 6,666.68 

PERSONAL SECTY, TO JULY 17 387.22 

SECRETARY, 4,200.02 

FROM DEC. I 625.00 

FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 100.00 

FROM JULY 1 3,833.34 

CLERK, TO JULY 15 300.00 



OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD W. MALLARY 



BENEDINI, LORRAINE F 

BLOODWORTH, REBECCA 
CALCAGNI, THOMAS F 
DAVIS, ROSE G 
DUDLEY, THEODORE BUTLER 

DUMMERMUTH, DAWN A 
ERHART, SUSAN COOKE 

ERRECART, JOYCE H 
HARWOOD, BRIAN CHARLES 
KNOX, NANCY K 
MORGAN, FRANK E, II 
PAGE, PATTI RUTH 
PARTRIDGE, BENJAMIN, III 
REID, MARGO 
RICHARDS, PENELOPE 
RIEHLE, THEODORE M 
SCHWARTZ, MARGARET 
TUDHOPE, JANE E 



PERSONAL SECY, TO OCT. 31 AND EXEC 

SECTY, FROM NOV. 1 7,750.00 

SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 3,833.35 

FROM NOV. 13 933.33 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 115.17 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 11 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 14 TO AUG. 18 .. 464.75 

FROM OCT. 1 1,500.00 

LEGISLATIVE SECY, TO AUG. 18 AND FROM 

AUG. 28 1,340.44 

SECRETARY, 4,416.67 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASST, 11,833.32 

FROM SEPT. 1 1,200.00 

DIST ASST, TO SEPT. 30 2,215.92 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 25 1,019.44 

EXEC ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 5,000.01 

FROM AUG. 3 733.33 

LEGIS SECTY, 4,999.98 

SPECIAL ASST, TO NOV. 30 8,333.35 

FROM JULY 17 2,384.92 

SECRETARY, 3,000.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JAMES R. MANN 



ANDERSON, JOHNNIE V 
BOWERS, HELEN 
BOYCE, SHELBY H 
BROWN, LARRY 
BRYSON, WILLIAM J 
BUTLER, ANN B 
DAVIS, WILLIAM E 
FREEMAN, MICHAEL B 
GAMSTON, LANCEE JO 
MCKEOWN, SAMUEL R 
NEEF, JULIA M 
PICKENS, JOYCE K 
PREVATT, NANCY 
RITTER, PAUL M 
SATTERFIELD, HETTY W 
SEELEY, ELIZABETH A 
SMITH, VIVIAN H 
THOMPSON, DALE E 
THREATT, JANE R 
TODD, ANN GARLINGTON 



FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 416.67 

FROM AUG. 13 4,017.08 

CLERK, 2,947.76 

CLERK, 1,800.00 

FIELD REP., 11,928.26 

FROM SEPT. 24 2,406.67 

LEGIS ASST, 8,396.25 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 15 150.00 

CLERK, TO NOV. 30 3,707.10 

FIELD REP, 12,784.24 

SECTY, TO AUG. 31 1,666.66 

SECRETARY, 4,711.76 

FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 19 340.00 

FROM NOV. 1 400.00 

CLERK, 1,000.02 

OFFICE MGR., 9,747.26 

CLERK, TO OCT. 31 1,200.00 

SPECIAL ASST, TO SEPT. 15 1,916.68 

FROM NOV. 1 1,400.00 

CLERK, 4,804.76 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVE MARTIN 

BRAYTON, ROBERTO $12,743.16 

HARNISH, RENO L, III CLERK, TO NOV. 4 4,133.33 

HELFRICH, LANA R RECEPTIONIST, 4,000.02 

HOGAN, DANIEL, III FROM SEPT. 19 680.00 

HORNBACHER, JOSEPHINE SECRETARY, 6,166.66 

JACOBSEN, JOHN C CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 880.00 

MAYER, ALICE H SECTY, TO NOV. 30 5,000.00 

MOUNTFORD, WILLIAM E 2,402.40 

ODGAARD, JOHN E 12,166.66 

POLLY, JUDY T CLERK, 3,033.34 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT B. (BOB) MATHIAS 

ALLEN, BARBARA J FROM NOV. 1 1,166.66 

AVERY, CHRISTOPHER L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

BENEDETTI, MARY JO FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 2,333.32 

CROFT, LUCY L LEGIS ASST, 4,477.98 

HOUSER, LAURETTA M DIST SECRETARY, 5,275.02 

JENNINGS, ROBERT E DIST REP, 12,554.52 

LAKE, JAMES H ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

MALOTT, RUTH ANN FROM JULY 1 7,509.90 

MCCALL, PAULETTE MAY CASE WORKER, 3,692.52 

MOORE, DOROTHY S DIST SECRETARY, 5,327.52 

PARKER, DENNIS ALLEN PRESS SECRETARY, 9,758.52 

RECCE, SUSAN ELIZABETH FROM JULY 1 3,750.00 

ROSENBERRY, JANET E FROM JULY 1 3,499.98 

OFFICE OF HON. DAWSON MATHIS 

BALLENGER, DOROTHY SECRETARY, 6,910.26 

DUNLAP, SANDRA FAYE SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST, 4,000.02 

GAY, NORMAN F DIST AIDE TO DIST COORD, 7,999.98 

GRAY, RUBY NELL FROM SEPT. 1 800.00 

HOLLAND, WILEY J, JR LEGISLATIVE ASST, TO OCT. 31 AND FROM 

NOV. 5 11,692.20 

OSCOTT, DOROTHY H SEC-CLK TO ASST DIS COOR, 3,300.00 

PICKLE, EARL F DISTRICT CLERK, 1,800.00 

ROLLINS, LEXINE SECRETARY, 6,910.26 

TERRY, 8EBE B SECRETARY, 6,910.26 

OFFICE OF HON. SPARK M. MATSUNAGA 

APO, DOLORINNE K Y N STAFF ASST, 3,475.00 

BUTO, ANN A STAFF ASST, 2,700.00 

BYSTROM, FREDERICK C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 14 440.00 

HENDERSON, ELMA C 6,250.02 

HOWARD, EDWARD F 6,500.02 

INAGAKI, HIDEKO STAFF ASST, 3,038.52 

KARR, GLADYS MARIE STAFF ASST, 4,200.00 

KATAYAMA, ALYCE A FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 15 537.49 

KUWAYAMA, FUMIKO STAFF ASST, 3,799.98 

LINDSEY, EUGENIA FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 500.00 

MATANO, CHERRY R ADM ASST, 9,000.00 

MATSUNAGA, ANDREW T DIST DIRECTOR, 6,250.02 

MIYASAKI, GRACE S PERSONAL SECRETARY, 4,750.02 

MIYASAKI, ROY A FROM SEPT. 16 TO SEPT. 30 179.16 

MOLINA, MATILDA M STAFF ASST, 4,050.00 

MURRAY, LEE R STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 949.99 

NAHM, DAVID S STAFF EXECUTIVE, 15,000.00 

ROSS, LEANNE FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 358.33 

TAM, JAMES K FRCM AUG. 15 TO AUG. 29 150.00 

WATSON, DAVID W STAFF ASST, 1,500.00 

YAMASAKI, ELAINE M DIST SECRETARY, 5, 400. CO 

OFFICE OF HON. WILEY MAYNE 

ALLEN, STEVEN S LEGIS ASST, 4,512.48 

3ASS, JOYCE E SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 570.83 

BRABEC, MILO F I ELD REPPE SENT AT I VE , 8,974.98 

CALDWELL, ELIZABETH B RECEPTIONIST, TO AUG. 31 866.66 

DREESZEN, ELVIE AGRICULTURE ASST, 6,416.65 

DYKHOUSE, DOROTHY J SECRFTARY, 7,500.00 

MARTIN, JANA M CLERK, TO NOV. 30 1,200.00 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 

JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILEY HAYNE - CONTINUED 

MEALIFF, TERRY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 $300.00 

PAVLIK, GEORGE A 10,450.02 

SHARP, LYNN CAWLEY FROM JULY 24 3,052.76 

SULLIVAN, DONALD D FROM JULY 1 11,550.00 

TORK, DEBORAH LEA FROM JULY 17 3,188.87 

WEIR, JESSIE MEANS 3,133.32 

OFFICE OF HON. ROMANO L. MAZZCLI 

BAUGHMAN, ROBERT J ADM ASST, 10,753.35 

BYRNEi MAURICE A STAFF ASST, 1,310.00 

CARVER, MARJORIE C TYPIST, TO JULY 14 AND FROM DEC. 21 .. 400.00 

CUMMINS, JOHN RAYMOND STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,033.34 

DADDARIO, OLIVE J EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 7,258.35 

DONNELLON, CATHERINE M SECRETARY, 4,541.67 

ENNIS, RITA L FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 25 550.00 

GAGLIARDI, VICTORIA A SECRETARY, 2,722.90 

HOLTZMANN, MARY LEE FROM SEPT. 11 TO NOV. 30 1,155.55 

HOOPER, M DALE STAFF ASST, 8,239.98 

IRVIN, JESSIE S DIST OFFICE REP, 1,800.00 

KILROY, JOHN L, JR DISTRICT REP, 3,180.00 

KINNEY, BRENDA J FROM JULY 10 3,324.98 

KIRSCHTEN, JOSEPH D STAFF ASST, 10,166.68 

LYLES, GWENDOWLYN L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 19 490.00 

MATTINGLY, CHARLES B FROM DEC. I 708.33 

NIELSEN, ELOISE G STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,974.16 

NOEL, CECIL H FROM JULY 5 7,976.47 

PETERS, MARGARET E SECTY, TO OCT. 31 AND CASE WORKER, 

FROM NOV. 1 3,983.34 

OFFICE OF HON. LLOYD MEEDS 

CLEMENT, ALFRED W STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 800.00 

HARVEY, HELEN ANNA FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 16 1,413.33 

HOUSER, MARK, JR LEGIS ASST, 7,761.00 

MARTINEZ, MARY M EXEC. SECRETARY, 5,899.25 

MAYER, MARTHA E RECEPTIONIST, 5,144.90 

MOONEY, PATRICIA S DIST. SECRETARY, 4,085.65 

PETERSEN, BARBARA A SECRETARY, 3,594.50 

PONDER, STEPHEN E STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND PRESS 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM NOV. 1 7,571.49 

PRICE, JAMES S 11,462.10 

ROGERS, INGRID A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

SAARI, LEONARD W ADM ASST, 13,300.50 

SANDER, STEPHEN D RESEARCH ASST, 6,743.60 

WHITTAKER, JOHN A, IV STAFF ASST, TO NOV. 15 AND FROM DEC. 1 1,747.00 

WRIGHT, GERTRUDE L CASE WORKER, 5,831.60 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN MELCHER 

BACON, CAROLE M SECTY, 3,737.50 

BALLARD, DORIS C SECRETARY, 4,549.98 

BOLAND, JOHN F FROM JULY 1 3,775.00 

BOYLAN, VIRGINIA W RESEARCH ASST, 6,400.02 

CEROVSKI, BETTY G FIELD REP, 1,650.00 

GIBSON, DOROTHY L CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,055.00 

HOTTINGER, JOHN C RESEARCH ASST, 2,458.34 

HUNT, ROBERT A LEGIS ASST 8,500.00 

MCCORMICK, MARCIA C CLERK-TYPIST 3,766.68 

MCNEILL, BETTY LOU SECTY, 3,750.00 

RIECKMANN, CARL H RESEARCH t LEGIS ASST, 6,600.00 

ROE, TEDDY W FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 AND 

LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM DEC. 1 2,266.67 

SCHRAUDNER, LEANNE M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

SCHULENBERG, JAMES E FIELD REP, 8,100.02 

STONG, BENTON J FROM JULY 1 9,816.00 

THOMPSON, BETTY M SECRETARY-RESEARCH, TO AUG. 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 4,083.34 

VOLSKY, JANINE OFFICE MANAGER, 6,900.00 

WHALEN, ANNIE LAURIE FROM DEC. I 100.00 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. RALPH H. METCALFE 



ABBOTT, ANNIE M 
ALFORD, PATRICIA G 
BAKER, ANN C 
BATIE, CAROLYN MARIE 
BERRY, BEATRICE E 
BLAKENEY, JEAN C 
BONE, SADIE M 
BROWN, SHIRLEY 
CAMPBELL, AARON R 
CLAYTON, ROBERT LLOYO 
CONLON, HELEN M 

CONROY, COLEMAN J 
DASHER, MITCHELL 
DAVIS, LEON 
FRIEDMAN, WARREN B 
GAINES, WILBUR L, JR 
HITE, BLANCHE L 
MERRILL, FREDERICK, JF 
MILES, DOROTHY M 
OWENS, ANNA L 
PICOU, THOMAS 
PRAEGER, RICHARD Q, JF 
RAY, JOSEPH E, JR 
REVELLS, MARSHA 
SMITH, CLARENCE, SR 
WALL, FREDERICK P 



FROM JULY 1 $7,500.00 

PRESS AIDE, TO NOV. 30 3,716.66 

FROM AUG. 1 1,458.35 

FILE CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 1,625.01 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 300.00 

RECEPTIONIST-SECTY, 4,249.98 

FROM JULY I TO JULY 31 100.00 

FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 10 2,000.00 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 900.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 1 

TO SEPT. 30 1,500.00 

ADM ASST, 8,166.66 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

FROM SEPT. I 6,666.68 

FROM AUG. 1 4,583.35 

EXEC DIRECTOR, TO AUG. 31 2,500.00 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 700.00 

FROM OCT. 1 2,100.00 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 2,650.02 

CLERK, 4,666.68 

STAFF ASST, 2,500.02 

FROM OCT. 1 1,500.00 

LEGIS ASST 6,000.00 

FROM OCT. 1 1,749.99 

CLERK, 4,800.00 

STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 833.34 



OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT H. MICHEL 



ADAMS, STEPHEN T 
ANDERSON, JACK 
CARLIN, EVALENA G 
CHAMBERLAIN, CHRISTINE C 
COULSON, URSULA E M 
FLEISCHMAN, CAROLE 
JAMES, RUSSELL L 
MEINEN, BARBARA ANN 
PERISHO, RUSSELL L 

PERRY, JULIE M 
VINOVICH, RALPH 
YARD, SHARON G 



LEGIS ASST, 

DIST SECRETARY, 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

SECRETARY, 

FROM OCT. 1 

FIELD REP., 

SECRETARY, 

CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND DISTRICT FIELD 

MAN, FROM NOV. 1 

SECRETARY, 

EXEC SECRETARY, 



10,000.02 
1, 750.02 
5,500.02 
1,000.00 
9,000.00 
2,375.01 

13,750.02 
4,500.00 

2,083.34 

3,250.02 

13,999.98 

9,499.98 



OFFICE OF HON. ABNER J. MIKVA 



ADAMS, KENNETH L 
BESTE, PAULA K 
DYE, ROY AUGUSTUS, 
ERMOYAN, EUGENIE 
GILBERT, RABA A 
GRATSIAS, ZOE 
JOHNSON, JEAN 
KENNEDY, DAVID P 
KRAUSE, PATRICIA A 
LASSAR, SCOTT 
MARCO, JOHN M 
NORALS, DOROTHY J 
ROESS, CHRISTINE 
SIMONS, KIM ALAN 
STODDARD, FRANCES I 
TOLBERT, MARY J 
WILLIAMSON, BRADY, 
WRIGHT, ALICE C 



FROM JULY 1 8,585.00 

FROM SEPT. 18 2,044.44 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,641.66 

ADMIN ASST, 15,150.00 

CONGRESSIONAL AIDE, TO JULY 31 583.33 

EXEC ASST, 5,462.52 

4,854. 15 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 1,138.33 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 700.00 

FROM JULY 1 8,035.39 

4, 175.00 

EXECUTIVE ASST, 3,600.00 

EXEC ASST, 2,083.34 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO DEC. 8 2,177.79 

AIDE, 3,699.98 

FROM JULY 1 8,585.00 

EXECUTIVE ASST, 5,637.52 



OFFICE OF HON. CLARENCE E. MILLER 



BERENS, RANDALL 
BIGGS, MARGHRETTA F 
BROWN, DAVID 
COTTON, KATHRYN F 
DEGROOT, PATRICIA M 
DORAN, TIMOTHY NEIL 



FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 1,600.00 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

LEGIS ASST, 6,490.02 

SECRETARY, 3,250.00 

SECRETARY, 4,366.66 

DISTRICT FIELD REP, 4,950.00 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. CLARENCE E. MILLER - CONTINUED 

HARRINGTON, MAUREEN K CASE WORKER, TO AUG. 31 AND 

SECTY-LEGISLATIVE, FROM SEPT. 1 t4, 333.34 

HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 500.00 

LEVINGS, CINDY B FROM SEPT. 18 TO OCT. 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 2,119.44 

POWERS, JUDITH L DISTRICT SECTY, TO JULY 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 3,458.32 

RADEBAUGH, MELCHA T SECRETARY, 2,529.67 

REINTSEMA, ROBERT A FROM JULY 1 13,350.02 

ROOSA, MEREDITH ANN FROM JULY 1 3,616.65 

SCHARFEN, CATHERINE A FROM DEC. 1 475.00 

SCHARFEN, KRISTINE J FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 591.67 

STEWART, MAE N FROM JULY 1 4,088.34 

STRAW, PHILIP KEITH FROM JULY 1 5,599.98 

SWANSON, M ANNE FROM DEC. 1 421.00 

SWANSON, MARGERY M FROM JULY 1 4,333.32 

TODD, ARTHUR WAYNE 9,454.98 

ZEPH, BARBARA K LEGIS SECTY, TO SEPT. 30 2,124.99 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE P. MILLER 

BENTON, GARNETTE S FROM JULY 1 8,549.52 

BROMLEY, JACQUELINE C FROM JULY I 7,888.98 

COON, BELLE C CLERK, 840.00 

DOYLE, JOHN FROM JULY 1 7,657.02 

DREWRY, JUDITH H FROM JULY I 3,363.00 

GUTHRIE, YVONNE K FROM JULY 1 7,888.98 

LARSON, KENNETH THOMAS FROM JULY 1 11,093.50 

LEWIS, CATHERINE A CLERK, TO JULY 31 180.00 

MILLER, ESTHER P SECTY, 14,766.68 

REED, LENA T FROM JULY I 7,888.98 

WISNIEWSKI, EUGENIA FROM JULY 1 7,888.98 

OFFICE OF HON. WILBUR D. MILLS 

BULLOCK, BETTY C STAFF ASST, 4,999.98 

GOSLIN, BEVERLY JAN STAFF ASST, 4,431.00 

GOSS, OSCAR E ADMIN ASST, 14,453.52 

HOLT, LYDA FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 23 566.05 

IRELAND, JANICE MARIE PERSONAL SECRETARY 10,099.98 

JOHNSON, JOE P FROM AUG. 1 10,416.65 

JOHNSON, MARK D STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 15 1,409.80 

KUBAT, J MICHAEL STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

MCDOUGAL, DOLORES W STAFF ASST, 4,431.00 

STEVENS, AVINELL W STAFF ASST, 5,275.02 

THOMASSON, PATSY L FROM SEPT. 5 2,577.79 

TYLER, WILLIAM D STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 15 AND FROM AUG. 

20 5,269.94 

WEBB, DOTT STAFF ASST, 9,389.52 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM 0. MILLS 

CARROLL, HARRIET S FROM JULY 1 2,767.50 

FRENCH, DIANE B CASE WORKER, 5,097.48 

HURLEY, HYLA H 6,330.00 

JENKINS, EUNICE G FROM SEPT. 5 1,340.46 

MCPHERSON, VIVIAN L 5,635.80 

MEREDITH, TIMOTHY ELMER CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 19 310.00 

MOSKOWITZ, SHARON L RECEPTIONIST, 3,892.50 

MUNSON, ANNE C 6,013.50 

NEWCOMB, GAIL LEONARD SECTY 4,009.02 

RUE, JOHN W 11,500.02 

SHAUM, JOHN HENRY, JR FROM JULY 17 5,238.87 

SHERWELL, JON PHILLIP FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 750.00 

SOMERS, SUSAN FROM JULY 1 3,809.52 

SULTENFUSS, LINDA FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 300.00 

TOWERS, CLAIRE L SECRETARY, 4,009.02 

WATERS, ROBERT E FROM JULY 1 9,606.00 

WHEALTON, ROSS LAMONTE ADMIN ASST, 6,750.00 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH G. MINISH 

CUCCINELLO, MARY JEAN FROM JULY 23 TO AUG. 29 $370.00 

GREEN, SHIA FROM SEPT. 26 TO NOV. 6 710.67 

JACOBSON, MONICA R ASST SECTY, TO AUG. 31 1,066.66 

KESSLER, NANCY JEAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 22 AND 

SECTY, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 25 581.11 

KOREJWO, IDA L ASSISTANT SECRETARY, 5,351.88 

LOFTUS, ROBERT E LEGIS ASST, 7,833.35 

MAITLIN, LYNN CLERK-TYPIST, 3,428.76 

POLLARD, MARCIA H ASST SECRETARY, 4,607.70 

PRIDE, LILLIAN VIRGINIA CLERK-TYPIST, 3,428.76 

PUZO, JOSEPH EXEC ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM 

DEC. 1 1,525.80 

STACK, MARGARET A SECRETARY, 7,523.58 

SULLIVAN, MARGARET M ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

TANKEL, KAREN FAYE FROM OCT. 16 1,458.32 

TRINDEL, REBECCA ANN CLERK-TYPIST, 3,527.28 

WILLIAMS, HELEN C CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 18 866.67 

OFFICE OF HON. PATSY T. MINK 

AKAHOSHI, DAISY SECRETARY, 5,749.98 

DION, BRIAN PAUL LEGIS ASST, 4,500.00 

FELIPE, JOSEPH FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 375.00 

JAVINAR, ELENA M SECTY, 3,499.98 

JOHNSON, OSCAR M ADMIN ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

5 12,222.20 

KAWAFUCHI, AMY YOSHIKO FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 750.00 

LEE, DAVID B FROM JULY 1 4,500.00 

LEWIS, HELEN ELSABETH PERSONAL SECRETARY, 5,749.98 

MIYAZAKI, DIANE H SECRETARY, 3,874.98 

MURAYAMA, ALICE Y SECRETARY, 5,200.02 

NAKANISHI, RALPH T ADM ASST (DIST), 7,999.98 

PETRO, STEPHEN FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 825.00 

ROWE, KATHLEEN B SECTY, 3,750.00 

SEIKI, RUSSELL RAY ASST OFFICE MGR, TC SEPT. 30 AND 

LEGIS ASST, FROM OCT. 1 4,749.99 

SHIMIZU, GEORGE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 550.00 

TANAKA, LENA T SECRETARY, 5,196.00 

TRASK, ARTHUR K, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

UESATO, PHILIP S LEGIS ASST, 3,999.99 

WATANABE, SALLY S PRESS ASST, 4,500.00 

YAMASHITA, JAY FROM DEC. 1 275.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM E. MINSHALL 

BROKAW, PAUL 13,212.00 

COOMBE, PATRICIA J 14,136.00 

GRACE, DEBRA ANN CLERK, 2,700.00 

HASSING, MARY J FROM JULY 1 3,984.00 

MAHONEY, MARTHA L CLERK, 4,824.00 

MOYNIHAN, ALLAN J, III STAFF AIDE, 5,550.00 

NOVARIO, LOUIS N 2,874.00 

OCONNOR, PATRICIA J CLERK, 4,290.00 

QUATTLEBAUM, JUDITH H 3,180.00 

RUSH, JUDITH J 14,136.00 

SCHNEIDER, SALLY A 5,202.00 

SPANGLER, BARRY L CLERK, AND CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO 

AUG. 15 1,650. CO 

WATERS, ELIZABETH A SECTY, 3,258.00 

OFFICE OF HON. PARREN J. MITCHELL 

BELL, KONSLYNNIETTA H FROM SEPT. 18 TO OCT. 31 AND SECTY, 

FROM NOV. 1 TO DEC. 22 2,161.39 

BROWN, SELMA CARTER STAFF ASST (CASEWORK), 4,976.40 

COOPER, SKYLER G STAFF ASST (CASEWORK), 5,871.00 

DUTCH, THERESA C DISTRICT OFFICE MANAGER, 6,992.52 

FREELAND, JOYCE L STAFF ASST (CASEWORK), 4,999.98 

GOINES, THOMAS K FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 AND LEGIS ASST, 

FROM NOV. 1 6,083.34 

GUESS, JOHN FOLEY, JR FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 AND LEGIS ASST, 

FROM NOV. 1 6.C83.34 

HOUSTON, GERALDINE SECRETARY, 7,150.02 

JONES, DARLENE M FROM OCT. 1 1,425.00 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. PARREN J. MITCHELL - CONTINUED 

MCCAFFREY, PATRICK J PRESS ASST, TO SEPT. 30 $1,308.00 

MINOR, GEORGE M AOMIN ASST, 12,499.98 

RICH, EVA MAE CLERK-TYPIST, 2,713.65 

ROBINSON, JOHN C FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND RESEARCH 

AIDE, FROM OCT. 1 2,465.83 

ROWE, WILLIAM A FILE CLERK, TO AUG. 3 385.00 

SCOTT, BARBARA E CLERK-TYPIST, 2,931.48 

SISSMAN, MARK STAFF ASST (CASEWORK), 3,640.26 

WALLACE, THOMAS D FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 675.00 

WEINER, BARBARA A FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 2,566.66 

WHITE, BLAINE A FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,050.00 

WICKHAM, DEWAYNE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. 1 2,316.68 

OFFICE OF HON. WILMER MI2ELL 

BEABOUT, WILMA JANET CLERK, 6,200.00 

BURROW, JAMES RAY CLERK, 8,257.22 

BUTLER, PATRICK HAROLD CLERK, 7,950.02 

EVANS, STEVEN L FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 145.00 

JENSEN, DOROTHY M CLERK, TO OCT. 31 1,890.00 

MAY, VIRGINIA LUCILLE CLERK, 4,383.52 

PHILLIPS, WILLARD L, JR CLERK, 14,318.56 

RICHARDSON, SCOTT H CLERK, TO JULY 15 200.00 

SHEAR, LAVONDA S CLERK, 7,449.98 

SHEAR, VERA FROM JULY 1 4,100.02 

SMITH, DAVID CLARK, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 16 TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

SMITH, NANCY CARROLL CLERK, 5,589.20 

STUMP, OFA EDWIN, III CLERK, 5,366.68 

WEAVER, SUSAN ANN FROM JULY 10 3,524.98 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT H. MOLLOHAN 

ANDERSON, JANE K CLERK, TO AUG. 15 900.00 

BROWN, SYLVIA H CLERK, 4,458.33 

DAVOLI, GLORIA VICTOR CLERK, 3,600.00 

DOEPKEN, KATHY K CLERK, 3,400.00 

DUNCAN, JOHN CLERK, 6,000.00 

FACEMIRE, MARGARET K CLERK, TO NOV. 3 2,152.50 

FRAZIER, JANET H CLERK, 3,400.00 

FREED, CLEO S FROM OCT. 4 4,350.00 

HIGGINBOTHAM, ANN M FROM SEPT. 6 2,683.33 

INGRAM, C LOUISE 6,150.00 

KLEIN, ROBERT R CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 6,249.99 

MUNCY, PATRICIA R CLERK 7,950.00 

NICHOLSON, EDITH L CLERK, 6,999.98 

QUERTINMONT, LUCILE M FROM NOV. 8 927.50 

ROLLAND, RONALD LEE CLERK, TO JULY 31 400.00 

SCHNEIDER, THERESA CLERK, 4,050.00 

SHANNON, KAREN M CLERK, 4,999.98 

SNODGRASS, KATHY A CLERK, 5,599.98 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN S. MONAGAN 

BOHAN, MARGARET M 3,586.98 

BUTLER, GEORGE H LEGIS ASST, 6,000.00 

CAMPION, EDMUND M FIELD REP, 3,586.98 

CIFELLI, JAMES CLERK, TO AUG. 31 500.00 

CLARK, TERRENCE G CLERK, TO AUG. 31 500.00 

DONAHUE, JOSEPH P ADMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

DYER, JAMES E FROM AUG. 1 4,166.65 

ELDER, LAURA F EXEC SECRETARY, 6,831.12 

FITZPATRICK, NED CLERK, TO AUG. 31 500.00 

GRICKIS, HELEN A SECRETARY, 5,670.60 

INGELS, ANNA B SECRETARY, 4,573.44 

KEATING, JANE E SECRETARY, 5,960.76 

LUDDY, JOHN J FROM NOV. 1 1,596.16 

MCGRATH, ANN M 5,186.39 

MOORE, EDWIN J T, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 560.00 

SACHS, TERRY L CLERK, 2,969.79 

STAHR, JOHN T LEGIS ASST, 5,250.00 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN S. MONAGAN - CONTINUED 

TIDMAN, REBECCA I SECRETARY, TO DEC. 10 $3,511.09 

OFFICE OF HON. G. V. (SONNY) MONTGOMERY 

AINSWORTH, WILBURN, JR ADM ASST, 14,750.00 

BURSON, MARY DOUGLAS STAFF ASST, 5,500.00 

CLEMANDOT, ANDRE, JR FROM JULY 1 11,600.00 

FARRELL, MICHAEL FROM JULY 1 2,466.68 

GRAY, ANNE M CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

GREENE, MABEL MULLINS CLERK, TO JULY 17 113.33 

GRIFFIN, JENNY LYNN CLERK-DISTRICT OFFICE, 1,366.67 

HANCHETT, JANE E STAFF ASST, 4,866.66 

HANCHETT, MARC CONNELL FRCM SEPT. I 700.00 

LEAKE, ELLEN E STAFF ASST, 4,200.00 

NOE, JEANETTE F DIST REP, 5,500.02 

ORR, ANDERSON J, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

RAY, MARY K FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 100.00 

SHAMBURGER, CHARLES, JR STAFF ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 3C AND 

DISTRICT STAFF ASST, FROM DEC. 1 5,416.65 

WALSH, OONNA G FROM AUG. 7 TO SEPT. 10 661.10 

WARD, JUDITH S FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 258.33 

WRIGHT, LYNDA R FROM AUG. 1 4,583.35 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM S. MOORHEAD 

BEHREND, CELIA JANE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 19 490.00 

BLUETT, FLORENCE V 5,563.50 

BUTLER, A CHRISTINE ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 31 200.00 

BUTLER, DIANE FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 200.00 

CAMPBELL, AARON R FROM NOV. 1 200.00 

CARTER, DAVIS B FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 2,602.08 

COHEN, MOLLIE D ADM ASST, 12,067.14 

HECHTMAN, LINDA 6,593.76 

KIER, MADALENE 4.484.7C 

KRONFELD, LEOPOLD J 11,124.24 

MALONI, WILLIAM R SPECIAL ASST, 10,949.04 

OTEY, LA VERNE L 5,618.22 

RHODES, CHRISTINE A 3,766.66 

SHORE, BRYNA FROM NOV. 1 1,559.42 

SHORE, NATHANIEL ASST - DIST., 12,067.14 

SOODEK, SUSAN H TO AUG. 31 650.00 

STOCKTON, PETER D H FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 300. CO 

VERDUCI, ALEXANDER C FROM SEPT. 1 600.00 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS E. MORGAN 

BAUMGARTNER, PEGGY R CLERK, 3,165.00 

BOYD, THOMAS H v 1,509.48 

FURIN, THERESA A 1,994.70 

KING, GERTRUDE 15,112.50 

MORGAN, JOHN R CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND HEAD-DISTRICT 

OFFICE, FROM DEC. 1 4,161.28 

NICHOL, JOSEPHINE R FROM NOV. 15 536.67 

SAHADY, GEORGE CLERK, 4,061.79 

SERRINO, ANTHONY F CLERK, 3,576.88 

SHASHURA, HELEN A FROM AUG. 15 2,115.57 

SMITH, SUSAN ELEANOR 5,380.56 

YESH, CONSTANCE LEE 6,625.96 

OFFICE OF HON. F. BRADFORD MORSE 

AMES, PATRICIA STAFF ASST, 3,900.00 

EBERT, JOAN M SPECIAL ASST, TO AUG. 31 2,116.66 

ENGLESBERG, JUDITH LEGIS ASST, TO JULY 15 529.17 

HOWARD, MARY J EXEC ASST, 8,200.02 

MCINERNEY, MARY P PERSONAL SECRETARY, 6.400.C2 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES A. MOSHER 

BILIOAS, BESS SECTY, $7,432.98 

CASEY, F ROBERTA PERSONAL SECRETARY, 9,418.68 

CLAGETT, PATRICIA D RECEPTIONIST-SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

DUDLEY, JANET K INTERN, TO JULY 15 304.17 

HAUSE, SUSAN E FROM SEPT. 1 3,333.32 

JONES, THADDEUS FROM JULY 1 660.00 

LITMAN, DOROTHY W DIST REP, 6,523.02 

MOSLEY, MARCIA FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 25 790.83 

OLIVER, WILLIAM H FROM JULY 1 10,500.00 

PIRAINO, THOMAS A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

PORKOLAB, ALFRED DIST ASST, 6,269.94 

RAGON, SUSAN B FRCM SEPT. 1 2,600.00 

SWAIN, EDITH FRANCES SECRETARY, 4,918.02 

WELCH, BETTE B ADM ASST, 13,913.82 

WOOD, MILDRED S SECRETARY, 5,680.02 

ZUNICH, GEORGE A FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 25 1,115.27 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN E. MOSS 

AUGUST, CAROL ANN SECTY, TO SEPT. 30 501.12 

BENSON, KATHLEEN BARRY SECRETARY, 5,749.74 

CROSSLAND, KEVIN J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 590. OC 

DUVAL, VALERIE ASSOC LEGIS ASST, 6,541.02 

GIPSON, WANDA J SECRETARY, 3,059.52 

GOODIN, EDWARD J, JR ASSOC LEGIS ASST, TO AUG. 31 2,180.34 

HINKLE, PAUL OAVIO ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

HOBBIE, OLIVIA SECRETARY, 6,382.74 

KLA8ZU8A, RICHARD W FROM SEPT. 1 4,360.68 

LAROCHE, PATRICIA M DIST SECTY, 5,275.02 

MADDEN, RITA F FILE CLERK, 1,899.00 

PFAFF, BARBARA SECRETARY, 4,800.24 

RATLIFF, MOINA E SECRETARY, 6,541.02 

SALMON, DICY M FROM OCT. 2 1,062.22 

SMITH, ELIZABETH M FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 3C 2,833.35 

WYMORE, A L DIST REP, 12,027.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN M. MURPHY 

ALAFOGINIS, ANGELA CLERK, 3,458.32 

BASHORE, BOYD T FROM JULY 1 8,841.68 

BECK, ROBERTA F TO SEPT. 30 AND FRCM NOV. 1 1,382.00 

DEMARCO, ANTHONY J, JR TO SEPT. 30 900.00 

DENSON, KATHLEEN T CLERK, 4,249.98 

DEROSA, KATHRYN L FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 932.00 

FITZPATRICK, DOROTHY 1,200.00 

GAETA, ANTHONY R CLERK, 14,557.00 

GILBRIOE, GARY G CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

GULINAZZO, FLORA FROM OCT. 1 750.00 

LAROCCA, JAMES L FROM JULY 1 10,999.98 

MAGUIRE, JOHN A CLERK, 4,999.98 

PERIAN, JULIA P FROM JULY I 5,500.02 

PIPER, JUDITH W CLERK, 4,650.00 

SCALI, GLORIA FROM JULY 1 3,250.02 

SHARP, LYNN CLERK, 5,449.98 

SORGE, LORRAINE 1,200.00 

STONKUS, VIRGINIA S CLERK, 3,449.98 

TANNENBAUM, BERNARD TO AUG. 31 2,175.00 

WONG, MAE FROM OCT. 1 600.00 

OFFICE OF HON. MORGAN F. MURPHY 

AGNEW, DONALD W 2,916.67 

BEARD, CORINNE W SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

CALLAHAN, EUGENE G ADM ASST, 12,200.00 

CELMER, CECELIA SECTY, 3,000.00 

CROWLEY, JOHN POWERS FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 2,666.66 

DALEY, LORETTA M SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 916.67 

FITZGIBBONS, JAMES P FROM OCT. 1 1,083.33 

FLETCHER, CYNTHIA A EXEC SECRETARY 10,000.02 

GORDON, LOTTIE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 1,000.00 

HIGLEY, MARY LOUISE CLERK, 5,250.00 

INNISS, JOSEPHINE CLERK, 3,499.98 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. MORGAN F. MURPHY - CONTINUED 

MCHALE, ALVINA M LEGIS ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND 

LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM DEC. 1 $6,250.00 

MCHALE, ANTHONY RESEARCH ASST, TO NOV. 30 3,500.00 

MININNI, MARGUERITE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 1,783.32 

OGORMAN, EILEEN T FROM AUG. 1 3,125.00 

PEERLESS, EILEEN CASE WORKER, 5,083.32 

REILLY, JOHN RICHARD FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 500.00 

ROSTEN, KRISTIE M FROM OCT. 1 1,625.01 

TRILLA, LINDA M CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 1,749.99 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN T. MYERS 

ADAMS, ALEXANDRA FROM JULY 24 TO SEPT. 5 758.34 

CONES, CAROLE KAY CLERK, 3,600.00 

CONWAY, PATRICK JOSEPH FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 1,300.00 

CURREN, PATRICK R FROM OCT. 1 650.01 

DIERDORF, CHRISTIANNE FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 320.00 

DURKOTT, JANE SAMUELSON CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,230.84 

GALLOWAY, ALICE M CASE WORKER, 4,750.02 

HARDMAN, RONALD L ADMINISTRATIVE ASST, 13,999.98 

HEDGE, CYNTHIA A CLERK INTERN, TO JULY 9 90.00 

HUNSUCKER, LUANA JEAN FROM SEPT. 5 1,353.33 

JESSUP, DOROTHY D EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 12,000.00 

LITTLE, DARYL RAY FROM JULY 1 7,249.98 

MASTEN, DANIEL C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 19 490.00 

MCCAULEY, MARLENE 6 CLERK, 4,500.00 

MCKNIGHT, CAROL JEAN FROM SEPT. 1 2,266.68 

NABHAN, GARY PAUL FROM SEPT. 29 TO SEPT. 30 14.44 

ROUSE, GEORGE ROBERT CLERK, 7,006.65 

ROWE, EUNICE MILDRED CASE WORKER, 7,830.00 

SHORTZ, WILLIAM F FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 320.00 

SHWILLER, SALLIE J CLERK, 3,750.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM H. NATCHER 

CARVETH, JOSEPHINE L CASE WORKER, TO SEPT. 30 2,000.01 

DRUMMOND, SHIRLEY M 7,005.00 

FRANCIS, ANNE M SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

GEOGHEGAN, JENNIE H 4,201.80 

GRAY, KAREN ROXANNE SECRETARY, 2,896.35 

NEWTON, VIRGINIA B 7,744.14 

RIHELY, DIANE FROM SEPT. 5 2,738.88 

YATES, LOUISE A 4,698.63 

OFFICE OF HON. LUCIEN N. NEDZI 

BALCHUNAS, CATHERINE L FROM OCT. 10 1,755.00 

BATCHELOR, EDWARD A, III STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 27 823.33 

BATOR, BERNICE M FROM NOV. 10 1,020.00 

BECK, ELSEY MARIE 5,250.00 

BONE, SADIE M FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 583.33 

BUIER, HELEN SECRETARY, 2,400.00 

BURKE, NANCY JANE SECTY, 4,050.00 

CICETTI, PAMELA STAFF ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 13 1,075.00 

CONLON, RICHARD P STAFF DIRECTOR DGS, TO AUG. 31 1,166.66 

CONNEALY, LINDA DIANE FROM OCT. 24 TC NOV. 12 380.00 

DONAHUE, PAUL MICHAEL ADM ASST, 7,999.98 

FLANAGAN, MARY E W EXEC. SECRETARY, 6,250.02 

HOLLIS, ELAINE SECRETARY, 1,937.52 

KACZMAREK, ZYGMUND R ADM ASST 5,875.02 

KILLEFER, GAIL FROM JULY 10 TO AUG. 15 360.00 

K0SI8A, RENATA A SECRETARY, 3,700.02 

LUDWIG, GABRIELE TO AUG. 4 680.00 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR FROM DEC. 1 583.33 

MILLER, CHRISTINE E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 9 390.00 

MONDRY, GALE ANN STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 13 860.00 

MOORE, JEAN GARNETT SECRETARY, 4,800.00 

PYRROS, JAMES G ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

SADOWSKI, BARBARA FROM OCT. 6 1,700.00 

YEZMAN, RODY FROM SEPT. 18 1,487.77 

ZAKOTNIK, BONNIE FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,166.66 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. ANCHER NELSEN 

AABERG, MAY LAURETTA PERS SECTY, $9,237.48 

AALID, THERESE L FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 600.00 

ADAMS, SALISBURY M RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 31 700.00 

COLBY, VERGIE LEE SECRETARY, 5,563.02 

EGEBERG, NANCY RUTH CLERK, TO AUG. 23 618.33 

EMSTAD, WILLIAM R DISTRICT REP, 7,912.50 

FENDER, JUDITH A CLERK-STENO 4,219.98 

JONES, CATHERINE DEAN CLERK, 1,861.02 

OLSEN, EVELYN F PRESS ASST, 7,894.98 

OLSON, DONALD W ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

PAREL, JAMES DONALD SPECIAL ASST, TO OCT. 31 6,284.68 

SEGERMARK, HOWARD S RESEARCH ASST, 7,596.00 

WOLGAMOT, SUSAN C CLERK-STENO, 4,483.50 

OFFICE OF HON. BILL NICHOLS 

CALLAWAY, BETTY ALLEN SECTY, 3,328.62 

COBBS, MARY ETHELYN B FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 15 315.00 

COOPER, CHRISTINA FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 9 390.00 

FITZ, DAVID ALLAN PRESS SECTY, 8,606.46 

FOSTER, THOMAS L ADM ASST, 8,819.34 

GOOBEE, ELIZABETH SECTY, 2,088.06 

HAND, BOB 9,948.16 

MCBRIDE, DEBORAH R SECTY, 4,567.56 

MCCULLARS, SUANNE F SECTY, 3,405.54 

MERCHANT, FLORA SECTY, 3,915.00 

PATRICK, DAVID S ASSISTANT, 6,000.00 

RICE, MARY ELVA SECTY, 9,474.48 

ROSWELL, ANN D SECTY, TO DEC. 27 4,491.43 

SALVIA, JEANNE M SECTY, TO DEC. 27 5,130.17 

TIPPETT, PATRICIA LEE SECTY, 3,481.26 

WHEELES, MARY ANN FROM NOV. 1 304.00 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT N. C. NIX 

JACKSON, RICARDO C 6,351.00 

JENIOUS, CYRILL OMARR 7,551.42 

LANE, OLYMPIA 2,958.84 

LLOYD, MAX T SPECIAL ASST, 6,391.50 

MCGOWAN, MARY E 6,249.72 

MCINTYRE, WILLIAM J 10,935.60 

ROGERS, SHIRLEY D CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

VASS, JUANITA 6,194.46 

WHITE, CHARLES EDWARD 8,174.46 

WILLIAMS, HARRY T 5,068.14 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVID R. OBEY 

CONLON, RICHARD P RESEARCH ASST, TO JULY 31 100.00 

DAHL, LAWRENCE E FROM JULY I 3,700.00 

HAGENGRUBER, DONALD L FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 2,380.00 

KAMM, LINDA HELLER FROM AUG. 1 500.00 

KING, NANCY ANN RESEARCH ASST, 1,767.34 

LARSON, BEATRICE C CASEWORKER, 7,440.00 

MADISON, JERRY M FROM JULY 1 12,893.51 

OHARA, KATHLEEN A OFF MANAGER-PERS SECRETARY, 6,180.85 

REIVITZ, LINDA FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 15 AND FROM NOV. 8 8,163.80 

RUBIN, JOYCE C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

SCHUSTER, NORMA JEAN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM AUG. 1 3,950.00 

SPENCER, EVELYN M FROM JULY 1 2,430.00 

SPENCER, WINIFRED A SECRETARY, 3,694.00 

STITT, LYLE H FROM JULY 1 11,657.68 

STURGES, GERALD D FROM JULY 1 8,988.00 

VERDIER, STEPHEN J FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 100.00 



3-914 O - 73 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued . 



OFFICE OF HON. DAVID R. OBEY - CONTINUED 

WATSON, GERALYN FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

LEGISLATIVE SECTY, FROM OCT. 1 $4,600.82 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES G. O'HARA 

ABRAHAM, JUDITH ANN SECRFTARY, 3,208.35 

BONNIS, KAREN JEAN SECTY 3,250.02 

BOYCE, KATHARINE R SECRETARY, 3,666.67 

BRUFF, JOHN B 5,794.44 

FRUSH, BARBARA A SECRETARY, 5,458.35 

GELLER, SHERRY RUTH CLERK, TO AUG. 18 693.33 

GODFREY, JANE E SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

HARRISON, SARAH FROM AUG. 28 TO DEC. 26 1,983.33 

JAMES, DEBRA FROM AUG. 28 2,220.85 

KING, JOAN MARIE FROM AUG. 1 3,000.00 

MURPHY, BERNARD M, JR CLERK, TO SEPT. 8 982.21 

NEWMAN, DANIEL P DISTRICT REP, 8,350.02 

PRZYSTUP, SOPHIE FROM JULY 1 3,397.68 

SASSAMAN, SUSAN S SECRETARY, 3,664.35 

SMITH, ELIZABETH MARIE EXEC SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 AND CLERK, 

FROM NOV. 1 7,349.98 

TEEL, GREGORY FROM SEPT. 12 787.23 

ZACK, EUGENE C ADM ASST, TO OCT. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

NOV. 1 10,900.00 

OFFICE OF HON. ALVIN E. O'KONSKI 

BOATMAN, BETTY ANNE FROM JULY 1 2,666.66 

BOATMAN, JOHN F ADM ASST, 12,000.00 

DIERKING, ROBERT CLERK, 14,833.3? 

FOSTER, MARGARET D FROM AUG. 5 4,055.54 

GREER, JAMES W, JR FROM SEPT. 8 2,310.54 

HENITZ, DIANA L FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 15 520.83 

KEMPINSKY, CHERYL A RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 12 513.34 

MARTY, MARY E HOME OFFICE CLERK, 10,166.66 

MEADOWS, GEORGE D HOME SECRETARY, 6,499.98 

MORRISON, DONALD RAY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

OLIVERI, BARBARA E FROM AUG. 13 TO SEPT. 7 347.22 

ROWE, MARY S FROM JULY 1 4,500.00 

SMITH, ALBERT J FROM JULY 1 1,800.00 

TEITGEN, ELIZABETH S EXEC SECTY, 9,750.00 

ZESZUTEK, JANICE CLERK, 7,549.98 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS P. O'NEILL, JR. 

BATTLE, ANNE CLERK TYPIST, TO SEPT. 30 1,008.90 

BRAND, STANLEY LEGIS ASST 4,999.98 

CLOHERTY, MARIE V FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 500.00 

CONLON, HELEN M FROM DEC. 1 500.00 

DINNEEN, MARGARET R FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 15 AND ASST SECTY, 

FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 872.60 

DRAGO, NICHOLAS V LEGIS AIDE, 4,483.74 

GANNON, FRANCINE M ASST SECTY, 5,011.26 

GERARDI, JOSEPHINE C SECRETARY 4,000.02 

GRANARA, J RALPH 1,578.18 

HAAR, JEREMY FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

JONES, MARY-ALYCE F ASST SECRETARY, 4,399.98 

KELLY, DOROTHY M PERSONAL SECTY, 9,000.00 

KOLZAK, NANCY E FROM AUG. 1 1,791.65 

LYNCH, KEVIN JOHN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 15 200.00 

MAHONEY, THOMAS H FROM SEPT. I TO SEPT. 30 500.00 

MCINNIS, EDWARD FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 500.00 

MEEHAN, TIMOTHY F, JR LEGIS ASST, TO JULY 31 AND 

LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM AUG. 1 6,708.33 

MULLEN, THOMAS H ADM ASST, 12,132.48 

RAMSEY, MICHELE A FROM DEC. 1 336.30 

ROWAN, JAMES P ASSISTANT, 10,022.52 

SNOW, DOLORES C EXEC. SECTY, 9,000.00 

WEISS, STEPHEN ARIEL RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. OTTO E. PASSMAN 

ARMITAGE, ROBBYE SECRETARY, S2, 125.02 

ARMSTRONG, LARRY B TO SEPT. 30 3,000.00 

8ARKLEY, VICTORIA LOU TO SEPT. 30 1,200.00 

BRACKETT, THOMAS H PUBLIC REL AIDE, 1,750.02 

COLE, JOAN C SECTY, TO JULY 31 1,041.67 

ERWIN, NEIL THOMAS CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

GREGORY, VERA JEAN SECTY, 3,750.00 

GRIMES, MARY SIKORA SECTY, 7,000.02 

HUENEFELD, STELLA R TO JULY 31 400.00 

LIPP, LUCY F SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

PASSMAN, OTIS J SPECIAL ASST, 6,000.00 

SHEPPARD, FREDA J SECRETARY, 7,000.02 

SHUGARS, RACHEL M FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 2.00C.OO 

WILLIAMS, MARTHA K ADM ASST, 15,000.00 

WINN, DAVID M CLERK, 7,500.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WRIGHT PATMAN 

ANDROS, EUGENIA CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,716.66 

BEASLEY, MARY SHARMAN FROM OCT. 1 2,000.01 

COOPER, EILEEN BETSY CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,828.34 

COUNCILL, DOROTHY F SECRETARY, 12,499.98 

GIST, GWENDOLYN K CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC. I .... 2,0*9.99 

HENDERSON, KITTY CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

IVEY, JERRINE B CLERK, 3,450.00 

MCELROY, MARY CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

OROURKE, JOANNA G CLERK, 5,916.68 

POLING, KAREN I FROM SEPT. 1 2,291.68 

RAYBURN, DOROTHY J CLERK, 5,666.66 

RIGGS, ROBERT S CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 300.00 

ROTA, SHELVA JEAN CLERK, 2,524.98 

SHACKLETTE, BARON I ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

SHACKLETTE, C P CLERK, 9,612.48 

WATTS, PATRICIA A FROM SEPT. 15 2,797.23 

WELCH, STEPHEN MARK CLERK, 3,833.35 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD J. PATTEN 

8EA, PAUL H FROM SEPT. 1 3,000.00 

BROWN, OLGA JAMISON EXEC SECTY, 11,368.77 

CALLAS, STEPHEN G ADM ASST, 15,290.85 

DONELON, FRED J FROM SEPT. 1 1,240.68 

DONOHUE, RICHARD C FROM SEPT. 1 3,000.00 

FARINICH, GERALD A INTERN, TO AUG. 31 870.00 

GEORGE, JAWAD F INTERN, TO AUG. 31 870.00 

GIBBS, KAREN MARIE CLERK, TO JULY 31 ANO FROM AUG. 5 .... 5,187.33 

GOLDSMITH, ARTHUR H INTERN, TO AUG. 31 870.00 

HOLTON, SHARON A FROM JULY 1 3,450.02 

JACKO, JOHN J ■ DISTRICT AIDE, 2,848.50 

KASSOWER, JEFFREY A INTERN, TO AUG. 31 870.00 

LOWENKOPF, LEO S DISTRICT AIDE, 3,849.00 

MACWILLIAM, JILL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 870.00 

MORRISETT, KATHLEEN M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

MULLEN, EDWARD R INTERN, TO SEPT. 15 1,087.50 

MURRAY, SUSAN A INTERN, TO AUG. 31 870.00 

OGRADY, CONSTANCE M FROM SEPT. 1 1,170.32 

ORD, PATRICIA ANN 5,881.27 

OWEN, SAMUEL P FROM SEPT. 1 1,240.68 

PATTEN, ANNA Q SECTY, 6,388.02 

SCALA, GRACE E FROM DEC. 1 1,000.00 

STOUKAS, ANMARIE T FROM SEPT. 1 1,489.32 

ZULLO, ROBERT J, JR INTERN, TO AUG. 31 870.00 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS M. PELLY 

AMOS, OSCAR A CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND ADM ASST, FROM 

NOV. 1 9,083.33 

BAUER, MARGARET L CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 2,349.99 

DAVIDSON, ROBERT W FROM DEC. 1 1,666.67 

JOHANSEN, GEORGE FROM AUG. 1 833.35 

JOHNSON, KIMBERLY ANN CLERK, 4,750.02 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS M. PELLY - CONTINUED 

MAYHEW, PATRICIA W CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 30 $4,500.47 

MCKAY, MICHAEL D TO JULY 31 666.67 

PORTER, ADEL FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 

5 7,883.96 

SMITS, TED A DIST REP - CLERK, 8,229.00 

TERRAR, EDWARD F, JR CLERK, 1,000.02 

YOUNGMAN, ALBERT A CLERK, 1,054.98 

OFFICE OF HON. CLAUDE PEPPER 

ABELITIS, FRANCES V CLERK, TO OCT. 1C 2,930.57 

BEDELL, ELIZABETH B SECRETARY, 7,690.80 

CAMPBELL, FRANCES H SECRETARY, 6,525.96 

CHENAULT, MARY LILLIAN SECTY TO ASST, 5,345.40 

DICKSON, CHARLOTTE G SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND APPOINTMENT 

SECY, FROM DEC. 1 6,326.04 

DICKSON, MARGARET M RECEPTIONIST, 3,804.48 

GIBSON, GERALDINE A TYPIST-CLERK, 3,358.08 

HOLAYTER, PEGGY L FROM OCT. I TO NOV. 3C 510.00 

LASSER, AMELIA T FROM JULY I 6,243.60 

MARSCH, REGINA CLERK, 2,640.30 

PARVER, ALAN K CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

SOUTHERLAND, BEVERLY T FROM OCT. 1 822.00 

SOUTHERLANO, JAMES F STAFF ASST, 4,219.98 

UNGAR, CHERYL G CLERK, 5,078.64 

VAUGHN, C ELLIS DISTRICT AIDE, 4,445.70 

WALLER, MILDRED EXEC ASST, 12,240.30 

WYCHE, PAUL H, JR LEGISLATIVE ASST, 6,330.00 

OFFICE OF HON. CARL D. PERKINS 

BLAKE, LUCILLE H EXEC SECRETARY, 9,418.56 

BRANHAM, LAWRENCE CLERK, 2,409.00 

BROWNSTEIN, ESTHER S 9,172.84 

CASTORO, ELSA R SECRETARY, 6,535.20 

CLARK, MARY ELIZABETH FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

DAVIDSON, LILLIAN W SECRETARY, 5,928.54 

EPPERSON, RUTH M SECRETARY, 6,111.00 

FOTIS, STEPHEN TO JULY 5 AND FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 1 . 720. CO 

FREDERICK, CONSTANCE E OFFICE ASST, 5,791.98 

HAMBLEY, BARBARA FROM DEC. 1 275.00 

HOLSCLAW, DEBORAH SUE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450. OC 

JEWELL, CHARLOTTE R SECRETARY, 5,563.50 

MILLER, W KENNETH CLERK, 2,400.00 

PRICHARD, ALLEN FROM SEPT. 1 1,000.00 

R08EY, PATRICK P TO AUG. 3 660.00 

SCALLAN, PAMELLA M SECRETARY, 6,308.88 

SMITH, SHARON D 5,791.98 

TODD, STUART W TO AUG. 31 1,330.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JERRY L. PETTIS 

AMIDON, CATHERINE JO FROM SEPT. 1 2,933.32 

BARNES, DIANNE H FROM SEPT. 25 TO NOV. 7 1,194.44 

BOYD, ROBERT SPECIAL ASST, 4,937.48 

DALY, CLAUDIA ELLEN 4,459.98 

FITTS, SUSAN M 6,963.00 

GIOVANIELLO, GERARD N ADMIN ASST, 7,999.98 

HAGGART, KENNA TAYLOR 5,041.98 

JACKSON, JOANNE E FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

JONES, HELEN E DIST SECRETARY, 2,500.02 

KANNENBERG, HOLLY A SECRETARY, 3,450.00 

KOTZ, MERRY K 6,742.50 

LEONARD, WILLIAM R FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 20 2,444.45 

NEGRETE, EDWARD V 7,387.02 

PERRY, LOIS H 7,845.00 

PICKETT, CHRISTINE ANN CASEWORKER, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 

1 3,077.10 

SANCHEZ, MARY FROM DEC. 1 1,000.00 

SHUPP, BETTY L SECRETARY, 2,637.48 

WOODRING, JOANN ROBERTA SECTY, 3,501.13 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. PETER A. PEYSER 



BAKER, ELIZABETH C FROM DEC. 1 

BARRY, THEODORE L FROM JULY 1 

BROSNIHAN, VIRGINIA F PERSONAL SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 

CLIFFORD, CLINTON N FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

DINOFF, LESTER FROM DEC. I 

FISHER, CHESTER L, III CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

FRASER, SVEA GUSTAFSON FROM DEC. 1 

GARRETT, CAROL FROM AUG. I TO AUG. 31 , 

GARRETT, CAROLINE E FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

GLENNON, FRANCES C CLERK-TYPIST, 

GRASSO, GARY FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

GREIF, LEOPOLD H ADMIN ASST, 

JENKINS, CARLA S OFFICE MANAGER/CASEWORKER, 

LAMBERT, HENRY R FROM JULY 1 

LATHROP, TOWNSEND Y FROM JULY 1 , 

MARAIO, JENNIFER S SECRETARY/CASEWORKER, , 

MEADOWS, DALPHINE E FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 , 

MOROCH, MAUREEN ANN FROM AUG. 8 TO NOV. 30 AND PERSONAL 

SECY, FPOM DEC. 1 

MYERS, CHRISTINE G FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 30 , 

NAAR, JOSEPH L SPECIAL ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC . 

1 

NAU, SUZETTE B FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 7 , 

OVEROCKER, LYNDA R SECRETARY, , 

POWER, SUSAN H CLERK, , 

ROMEO, ALFRED C DISTRICT MANAGER, 

TOSI, VICTOR B FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 22 , 

OFFICE OF HON. J. J. PICKLE 

ALLEN, TOM RANDOLPH CLERK, 

BUSHELL, LINDA K CLERK, 

CALDWELL, STEVEN POPE FROM NOV. 10 , 

CRAFT, MARY ELIZABETH CLERK, 

DRUMMOND, CLIF , 

ELLIOTT, DOROTHY J CLERK, 

GLOSSERMAN, DEBORAH SECRETARY, , 

GREGORY, JANICE M FRCM JULY 1 

KEELING, J MICHAEL FROM AUG. 15 , 

LOPEZ, HERMINIA CLERK, 

MOORE, CLAUDIA G CLERK HIRE, , 

PAYTE, LORETTA H CLERK, 

PEERY, SUSAN 

PHENIX, GEORGE R CLERK, TO JULY 13 

PROFFITT, ROBERT A FROM JULY 14 

RICHESON, JILES DAVID TO AUG. 8 

SHULMAN, MOLLY CLERK, 

YOUNG, WILLIAM R CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 .... 

OFFICE OF HON. OTIS G. PIKE 

ANDERSON, BARBARA A DIST OFFICE SECY, 

BLACKSTONE, MARGARET L SUMMER INTERN, TO JULY 31 

BRAY, GERALD L PRESS SECTY, 

BUCCA, JANET MARIE FROM SEPT. 14 

CONKLIN, BLANCHE A 

DONNER, AARON B 

HARBIN, DEBORAH J SECTY, TO SEPT. 30 

KEMP, PATRICIA ANNE SECTY, TO SEPT. 10 

KENNY, ROSELYN 

MADZELAN, JEANNETTE FROM DEC. 15 

MCLAUGHLIN, SHARON A SECRETARY, 

ORR, BETTY L 

QUINN, JOSEPH R 

SCUDDER, LAURENCE C, II FROM NOV. 1 

WALDBAUER, R08ERT T 

WESTFALL, DEBORAH L FROM JULY 18 TO SEPT. 8 



$563.33 

6,023.14 

4,386.68 

300.00 

400.00 

450.00 

763.33 

220.00 

220.00 

3,558.34 

400.00 

13,500.00 

6,918.78 

5,566.67 

3,975.00 

4,054.33 

400.00 

3, 141.67 
2, 166.68 

2,000.01 
1, 164.97 
4,496.34 
1,801.73 
5,449.98 
5,370.00 



3,600.00 
4, 399.98 

255.00 
4, 114.50 
7,701.48 
3,649.98 
3,750.00 
2,760.00 
4,972.24 
3, 156.48 
4,639.98 
8,050.02 
3,600.00 

845.76 

10,864.74 

1,770.58 

6,246.00 

450.00 



5,489.64 
500.00 
6,000.00 
1,931.96 
1,451.88 
4,500.00 
1,812.51 
1,846.25 
8,376.06 
262.22 
4,500.00 
6,734.76 
2,652.12 
1,166.66 
2,652.12 
368.34 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. OTIS G. PIKE - CONTINUED 

WILLIAMS, NANCY JEAN FROM AUG. 18 

WOOLBERT, MAYBELLE S 

ZEGEL, VIKKI AORIENNE CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

AUG. 1 

OFFICE OF HON. ALEXANDER PIRNIE 

BERGIN, JOHN W 

BIGLER, CHARLES D FROM JULY 1 

30EHLERT, SHERWOOD L EXEC ASST, 

BOWEN, JOYCE SECRETARY, 

DAViES, D REGINALD FIELD PEP, 

EPPOLITO, JOSEPH N SENIOR FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, 

FAIR, NICOLE A FROM JULY 15 

NAEGELE, JANICE G DIST OFFICE SUPERVISOR, 

SAUSVILLE, BEATRICE M SECRETARY-CASE SPECIALIST, TO JULY 31 

AND SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 
AND EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 . 

SHEPARD, MARIANNA H PERSONAL SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND 
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, FROM NOV. I 

THOMPSON, SANDRA JEAN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 19 

OFFICE OF HON. W. R. POAGE 

BLAKE, CHARLES EDWARD FROM AUG. 1 

BLAKE, NAOMI MC M FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

CURRY, SUSAN STEWART FROM SEPT. 1 

DAVIS, BILLY GLENN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

GLASS, CHLOE M FROM JULY 1 

HENINGTON, CLARENCE D FROM JULY 1 

HOLSTEAD, ELLA K FROM JULY 1 

KUBICEK, EDWARD E FROM JULY 1 

LAIR, RUTH FROM JULY 1 

LEATH, JAMES MARVIN FROM AUG. 1 

PATTIE, LOVE M FROM JULY 1 

SOWELL, BRYAN E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

STEWART, ERA FROM JULY 1 

VICK, MICHAEL RAY FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 11 

OFFICE OF HON. BERTRAM L. PODELL 

ALPERT, SHERMAN FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

ANFANG, MIRIAM SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

BLACK, MORRIS FROM NOV. 1 

BUTLER, PHYLLIS M LEGIS ASST, TO OCT. 31 

DOERFLEIN, RUTH M FROM DEC. 1 

FELDMAN, JANE SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 

GELBARD, RUTH F 

GLEASON, EUGENE W PRESS SECTY, 

GREEN, WILLIAM F FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

1 TO SEPT. 30 

GROSSMAN, JUDITH SECTY, TO NOV. 30 

GROSSMAN, MURIEL P SECRETARY, 

HANSEN, HANS I FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 

HEALY, MONICA MARY FROM OCT. 1 

JACKNIS, NORMAN J FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 

KENNEDY, KEVIN FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 3C 

KING, DONALD WAYNF FROM DEC. 1 

LIEBERMAN, CANDACE E FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

MASKALIK, SAM FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

MURPHY, PEGGY 

MURRAY, SALLY L FROM NOV. I 

OSTROWSKY, EVELYN FROM NOV. 1 

PARKER, JOHN CLERK, 

RAPPAPORT, MICHAEL FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

REGAN, DENNIS S, JR FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

ROCK, HERBERT FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 



$2,531.39 

12,658.56 



2,072.10 
9,800.02 
15,300.00 
3,784.98 
2,374.98 
3,524.98 
4,150.00 
3,692.52 



,220. 
538. 



6CC.0C 

212.50 

2, 100.00 

600.00 



8,350.00 
10,369.39 

9, 158.01 

3,200.00 
10,519.39 
10,516.65 

9,898.20 



550.00 

6,533.33 

395.83 



1,000.00 
833.33 
3,000.00 
2,750.00 
750.00 
2,109.99 
4,790.48 
9,000.00 

1,433.33 
3,516.65 
6, 156.54 
1,216.10 
1,875.00 

1,182.86 
200.00 
100.00 
833.33 
695.00 

8,765.00 

2,000.00 
8 00.00 

4,905.78 
600.00 
833.33 
600.00 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. BERTRAM L. PODELL - CONTINUED 

ROSENBERG, SHERRY FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 $2,851.90 

SORKIN, MORTON FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 3,989.04 

TENENCOFF, SAMUEL FROM JULY 1 5,250.00 

WESTON, BURTON S FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 600.00 

WILBURN, JOHN A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

WOLF, ROBERT A FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

WYGODA, GERALD H EXECUTIVE ASST, TO NOV. 30 5,275.00 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD H. POFF 

ANDERSON, VIVIAN TO NOV. 7 5,132.92 

BOWMAN, RANDAL RAY STAFF ASST, TO NOV. 7 4,409.74 

HATCHER, MARY SUZANNE CLERK, TO NOV. 7 5,132.92 

HUMPHREYS, ROBERT W STAFF ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 7 4,409.74 

MARCHANT, MARY ANN DISTRICT SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 2,425.00 

MCKENNA, JOYCE LEE CLERK, TO NOV. 7 5,132.92 

WHITE, JOHN THOMAS, II ADM ASST, TO OCT. 15 8,925.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WALTER E. POWELL 

BRILL, VIVIAN R FROM NOV. 16 550.00 

CASE, KATHLEEN MARIE FROM JULY 1 4,600.00 

CRAMER, FRED BRUCE FROM JULY 1 8,491.67 

FIERCE, DONALD L FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 10 AND FROM NOV. 8 6,291.67 

FRIEND, JAMES SCHAMP SPECIAL ASST, TO JULY 31 2,200.00 

HALE, SAM FROM AUG. 1 12,750.00 

HELMAN, RONALD P FROM JULY 9 8,300.00 

HINCHMAN, GRACE L SECTY, 3.550.0C 

HUNT, SARAH SUMMER INTERN, TO AUG. 19 490.00 

LACHSTADTER, LOIS L FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 400.00 

MCCOLLUM, BARBARA ANNE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 27 570.00 

MOLINSKY, GARY M PRESS AIDE, TO SEPT. 3 AND FROM OCT. 1 5,710.00 

NORTON, DONNA K LEGIS ASST, TO JULY 31 1,058.33 

PEARSON, PAMELA JOY FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 8 680.00 

PONDER, JOYCE L FROM JULY 1 3,400.00 

RAWLETTE, KATHLEEN A SECRETARY, 3,550.00 

SANDAHL, VIRGINIA C FROM JULY I 4,600.00 

STEVENS, JOY STELLA CASEWORKER, 6,391.66 

STONE, GAYLE RUSSELL COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, 3,691.01 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARDSON PREYER 

DAVIS, PATRICIA ELEANOR FROM OCT. I TO OCT. 31 208.33 

DORSEY, MIRIAM J SECRETARY, 4,924.98 

EASTER, HELEN PAGE FROM JULY 3 TO AUG. 11 650.00 

EDMUNDS, ROBERT HOLT, JR FROM JULY 3 TO AUG. 11 650.00 

ELMORE, ANN E FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND SECRETARY, 

FROM OCT. 1 2.625.0C 

GRUBBS, ETHEL B SECRETARY, 6,100.02 

JONES, DREWRY JAMES LEGIS ASST, 6,550.02 

LAMBETH, THOMAS W 14,500.02 

PRUITT, BERNICE SECTY, 7,000.02 

SCHECTER, IRENF SECRETARY, 5,275.02 

SKEELS, WILLIAM H, IV FROM JULY 3 TO AUG. 11 650. OC 

THOMAS, KAREN FROM JULY 5 TO SEPT. 5 1,203.06 

WILKINS, WILLIAM J FROM JULY 3 TO AUG. 11 650.00 

WOMACK, JAMES SPECIAL ASST, 3,750.00 

WOMBLE, HAZEL WHEELER 4,999.98 

OFFICE OF HON. MELVIN PRICE 

BURCKE, JOSEPH R CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

DYROFF, CONNIE L CLERK, 3,958.08 

GREGORY, COLT R FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

HART, WILLIAM K CLERK, 4,556.28 

JOTTE, EUGENE T 6,608.88 

LOUGHRY, JAN 6,608.88 

MORRISON, MARGARET E CLERK, 9,808.96 

NORTHINGTON, JAMESETTA 6,608.88 

OFFICER, CARL E CLERK, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

POSEY, LINDA S FROM SEPT. 13 2,515.68 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. MELVIN PRICE - CONTINUED 



PRICE, RAYMOND A 

RAY, DEHAVILLAND CLERK, 

REIDELBERGER, MARGARET J CLERK, TO AUG. 18 

SCRIVNER, PETER C ADMIN ASST, 

SHEPPARD, JANET C CLERK, TO JULY 31 

WRIGHT, CAROLE L 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT D. PRICE 

3ARTELL, JO ANN E SECRETARY, 

BELL, TERESA A FROM OCT. 19 . ." 

CASEY, CHARLOTTE M FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND 

LEGISLATIVE SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 

COLLINS, MATHEWS M DISTRICT ASST, 

DAVIS, CATHERINE E CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND 

CASEWORKER-SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 

DESIMONE, ALEXANDRA M FROM AUG. 13 TO OCT. 18 

DEXTER, BRIAN FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 8 

FORREST, ALBERTA SUE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 

GARVEY, PATRICIA E FROM JULY 1 

HOUSE, KATIE TANNER FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 1C 

KNIGHT, THOMAS D FROM SEPT. 1 

LANEHART, CHARLES W CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND DIST ASST, FROM 

SEPT. 1 

MARTINSON, RONALD L ADMIN ASST, 

MCMAHON, BARBARA ANNE SPECIAL ASST, 

NICOLLS, ANNE STUART RECEPTIONIST, 

RANDO, MARY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 15 

SANFORD, WILMA JO SECRETARY, 

WALTER, MARY ANN FROM SEPT. 1 

WENTWORTH, JEFFREY LEGIS ASST, TO AUG. 31 

WORKMAN, DORIS D FROM JULY 1 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVID H. PRYOR 

BOWLEY, PATRICIA R 

COLLINS, THEDFORD LAVON FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 28 

DOUGLAS, JAMES PAUL CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

DOUGLAS, LORRAINE R FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

DUNN, MICHAEL E FROM AUG. 1 

HENRY, JOHN HUGH ADMIN ASST, 

KENNER, MARY VIRGINIA CLERK, 

LINDSEY, BRUCE ROBERT CLERK, 

MACOUEEN, CANDACE CLERK, 

NEMIR, RALPH WOOD FIELD REP, 

NICKLES, STEVE H CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

OWEN, M JANICE CLERK, 

ROEBUCK, LINDA T 

SIMPSON, PEGGY 

STOLZ, CAROL M 

WEIR, JOHN H FROM AUG. 15 TO SEPT. 15 

WELLS, WILLIAM JAMES CLERK, TO AUG. 14 

OFFICE OF HON. ROMAN C. PUCINSKI 

30CHNIK, BERNICE 

CARMODY, PATRICIA M 

COMELLA, JOSEPH R FROM NOV. 16 TO NOV. 30 AND ASST, FROM 

DEC. 1 

DISIMONE, RITA L TO AUG. 18 

DOERFLEIN, RUTH M RECEPTIONIST, TO NOV. 15 

DOYLE, RITA T FROM AUG. 20 TO NOV. 15 

GUTHRIE, GAYLE E CLERK, TO NOV. 14 

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

DEC. 1 

HAVILAND, ELLEN V 

KUTA, PATRICIA A 

LEO, MILLIE JEANNE SECRETARY, TO NOV. 15 

LORENZ, JOHN FROM NOV. 16 



$6,608.88 

5, 145.18 

895.49 

15,288.96 

300.00 

6,608.88 



4,200.00 
1,300.01 

3,383.34 
5, 177.64 

4,333.32 
1, 191.67 

884.00 
6,400.02 
4,549.98 

829.23 
2,066.68 

7,800.02 
9,828.32 
6, 887.82 
3,250.02 

1,863.33 
4,348.50 
3,000.00 
3, 165.00 
3,906.48 



10,368.09 
868.27 
527.50 
791.25 

4, 166.65 
15,300.00 

1,582.50 
4,000.00 
3, 150.00 
6,330.00 
1,500.00 
5,011.26 

5, 125.52 
6,934.66 
6,649.98 

516.67 
733.33 



6,330.00 
6,857.52 

1,400.00 
1, 758.27 
3,798.00 
1,801.67 
4,466.67 

3,200.00 
2,500.02 
6,593.52 
3,749.99 

750.00 



99 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ROMAN C. PUCINSKI - CONTINUED 

MATALONE, JOSEPH L FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 AND ASSISTANT, 

FROM DEC. 1 $2,500.00 

PIECHOTA, LILLIAN L FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 300.00 

SACHAY, JAMES E 9,231.00 

STANIEC, LILLIAN V 7,120.98 

STEFANOWICZ, CANDICE CLERK, TO OCT. 31 2,000.00 

SULLIVAN, JANICE L FROM AUG. 1 4,279.15 

VAZZANO, VIRGINIA TO NOV. 15 3,187.49 

WHITEKO, MARLENE F FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 1,016.67 

WILCZYNSKI, MARLENE J CLERK, 633.00 

WISNIEWSKI, THOMAS J ASSISTANT, 2,966.68 

OFFICE OF HON. GRAHAM PURCELL 

BALCH, KATHERINE L SECTY, TO SEPT. 10 AND FROM OCT. 1 ... 2,862.00 

BRENNER, KYD DOUGLAS CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 1,000.00 

BRICKELL, MARION EXEC SECTY, 8,495.50 

CLAASSEN, TERRY L LEGIS ASST, 5,906.37 

CLINTON, HALTER D, JR FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 945.50 

CRAIN, CLAIBORN HICKS DIST PRESS ASST, TO NOV. 13 2,955.57 

HARRIS, LEWIS CARL, III EXEC ASST, TO NOV. 30 6,250.00 

HIGGINS, 8ETTY J 5,681.92 

HIGGINS, SUZANNE E CLERK, TO AUG. 19 588.00 

KADAR, GEZA, JR FROM JULY 1 4,297.20 

MORRIS, LAURA JEANE SECRETARY, 2,400.00 

RAINBOLT, JOHN V ADM ASST, 13,155.85 

SCHAEFER, ELLEN F FROM NOV. 1 1,600.00 

SIMS, IRIS A SECRETARY, 3,600.00 

SULLIVAN, KATHLEEN FROM SEPT. 22 1,907.79 

WEBER, CAROL A SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 3,333.35 

WHITE, JEANETTE ELAINE SECRETARY, 5,962.89 

WHITE, JOE TOM EXECUTIVE ASST, 4,999.98 

OFFICE OF HON. ALBERT H. QUIE 

AMUNDSON, SUSAN D FROM JULY 5 TO JULY 15 213.89 

DALEIDEN, MARY C FROM JULY 1 4,249.98 

FETTE, EVELYN M DIST OFFICE SECRETARY, 4,219.98 

HALL, KEITH E LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 12,132.48 

HAUGEN, GARY J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

JOHNSON, ROGER K DIST REP., °, 921. 52 

KOEMOEL, MICHAEL LEE CLERK 2,450.00 

LINDROTH, STEVEN E FROM SEPT. 12 1,090.00 

LOEN, VERNON C 15,300.00 

NARUTA, ANNE P CASEWORKER, 6,224.52 

OTTMANN, ANNE MARIE FROM JULY 17 3,188.87 

REDALEN, LINDA KAY STENO-SEC RETAR Y , TO DEC. 15 3,850.00 

SIMONDS, CAROL A SECRETARY, 6,175.98 

TROTTER, LINDA L STENOGRAPHER, 4,483.98 

ZASKE, NORMA JEAN SECTY, 3,562.50 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES H. QUILLEN 

BINGHAM, BETTY B FROM DEC. 1 379.17 

CRIST, GLORIA R SECTY, 4,099.98 

FREEHOFF, PATRICIA FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 700.00 

FRENCH, KATHRYN HYDE SECRETARY, 3,600.00 

HAMBLEN, CAROLE M FROM JULY 1 4,999.98 

HYDER, PATRICIA D PRESS SECRETARY, TO JULY 15 484.32 

KILGORE, VICKIE L PRESS SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 3,900.00 

LIGHT, FRANCES HAUN ADMIN ASST, 9,735.10 

MALLOY, ELIZABETH C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

MCINTURFF, ROBERT N FIELD REP, 4,500.00 

MILLER, JAMES EMILUS FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, 5,591.52 

MORTON, DIANNE N SECRETARY, 5,275.02 

NAPPIER, CAROLYN B SECRETARY, 3,250.02 

NAVE, LINDA GAIL FROM JULY 1 4,600.00 

PIGMON, PATRICIA A FROM AUG. 1 2,057.50 

RILEY, IDA J EXEC SECRETARY, 4,529.10 

SIVERT, SUSAN PERSONAL SECRETARY, TO JULY 7 226.53 

SNYDER, MAXINE C FROM AUG. 14 2,663.87 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. JAMES H. QUILLEN - CONTINUED 



WAGNER, CHARLES K 
WALKEY, MARIE L 



WARNER, REGINA LYNN 



ASST FIELO REP, 

FROM JULY 7 TO AUG. 6 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 

FROM JULY 1 , 



S3.0L9.44 



1,050.00 
4,999.98 



OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS F. RAILSBACK 



BECKETT, DEBORAH K 
BJERKE, MARY LYNN 
BORTH, DOROTHY D 
CORBITT, PATRICIA Q 
CORWIN, DARLENE FAY 
COURT, RICHARD DAY, JR 
DUTTON, KAREL H 
FRISK, MILDRED D 
GALLAGHER, FLORENCE M 
GIBSON, KATHLEEN ROSE 
GODFREY, JENIFER 
HERMELIN, WILLIAM M 
MCCARTHY, ROBERTA B 
MCLEAN, UNA M 
POLK, WILLIAM BENJAMIN 

REID, REBECCA J 
SMITH, NANCY J 
WAINWR IGHT, WILLIAM H 
WATSON, BRENDA J 

WHITCOMB, CAROL L 
WICHSER, PATRICIA ANN 



SECTY, TO AUG. 5 505.55 

FROM DEC. 4 262.50 

FROM SEPT. 11 843.56 

FROM AUG. 25 2,800.01 

4,75 7.70 

FROM DEC. 17 622.22 

PRESS SECRETARY, 5,250.00 

SECRETARY, 5,997.72 

SECRETARY, A, 757.70 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 7 70.00 

SECTY, 2,266.68 

ADMIN ASST, 10,625.01 

SECRETARY, 4,249.98 

SECRETARY, 8,781.36 

DISTRICT REP., TO OCT. 24 AND FROM 

NOV. 8 9,741.67 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 29 640.42 

FROM SEPT. 5 2,416.67 

SPECIAL ASST, TO JULY 31 750.00 

FROM JULY 10 TO AUG. 17 AND SECRETARY, 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 18 469.99 

SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 7 1,665.69 

LEGIS SECY, 6,295.83 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM J. RANDALL 



BRIGHTMAN, LUCY C 
CARGYLE, WALTER W 
CHOATE, JEAN C 
CLAYMAN, MARJORIE M 
COLLINSON, DAN S 

DEWALT, SHIRLEY ANNE 
GENTRY, MYLA M 
HART, LOIS LEWIS 
HAYES, PATRICK M 
HOCKER, IRAH E 
HUNT, HELEN DELORIS 
JUSTICE, HAZEL R 
LAPORTE, GERALD J 
MATHESON, RICHARD T, 
MATTINGLY, IDELLA E 
MCMURDO, SARAH A 
MEANS, C PAUL 
NIELSEN, ELOISE G 
OWSLEY, N JANE 
PATTERSON, KAREN J 
POISAL, GLADYS A 
ROOS, ELIZABETH B 
SCOTT, SANDRA KAY 
SCRIVNER, DOROTHY E 
SMITH, BERNADETTE H L 
SURBER, SHIRLEY L 
THOMPSON, KENNETH W 
THOMPSON, MORGAN E 
TICKEMYER, HAZEL V 
TUCKER, JAMES P, JR 
TUNIS, CHRISTENA J 
WASSERMAN, ELIZABETH 
WATKINS, OLGA E 
WELTY, MERLIN 
WRIGHT, EL IZABETH M 



FROM NOV. I TO NOV. 30 850.00 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 400.00 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 325.00 

SECRETARY, 4,359.99 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

CLERK, 3,665.01 

FROM AUG. 1 2,208.35 

SECTY, TO JULY 15 354.17 

CLERK, 5,127.30 

11,500.02 

FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 400.00 

SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 3,516.68 

CLERK, 3,992.52 

FROM OCT. 1 1,250.00 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 441.67 

FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 400.00 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 783.33 

FROM SEPT. I 4,000.00 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 400.00 

FROM JULY 1 4,549.98 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 400.00 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 600.00 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 683.34 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 400.00 

FROM AUG. 1 3,999.99 

FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 400.00 

FROM OCT. 1 3,000.00 

CLERK, 5,251.01 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 400.00 

FROM AUG. I TO AUG. 31 800.00 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 575.00 

SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM DEC. 1 3,925.00 

FROM DEC. 1 1,166.67 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 260.00 

TO JULY 31 444.13 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES B. RANGEL 



BELL, VIRGINIA LEE DIST ADMINISTRATOR, 

BELLAMY, JAMES J STAFF ASST, 

BENDER, SANDRA S FRCM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

SLASINI, CARLOS STAFF ASST, 

BRADLEY, PATRICIA SECRETARY, 

BROYDRICK, LYNN LEVIN STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 

DALLEY, GEORGE A FRCM OCT. 1 

DEELY, CATHARINE B FRCM AUG. 1 

FREEDMAN, ERIC H STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 

GREENE, ELOIS T FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

HENDERSON, LUCILLE FRCM AUG. 1 

HILL, MIRIAM H STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 

JONES, VIVIAN E EXEC SECTY 

KARDEMAN, RITA FROM OCT. I 

MENDEZ, ANTONIO FROM JULY 1 

°AKA, VINCENT J FROM SEPT. 1 

REID, GARY W CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

RICHARDS, MARTIN STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM DEC. 

I 

RIOS, CARLOS M FROM OCT. 1 

SENA, WILMA JOYCE FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

SWYGERT, H PATRICK ADMIN ASST, TO SEPT. 30 

VILLEGAS, RACHEL STAFF ASST, 

WATERS, ROBERT J STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 

WILLIAMS, ROY E STAFF ASST, 

YOUNG, BRENDA K STAFF ASST, 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN R. RARICK 

AMICK, VERONICA SECRETARY, 

ASHMORE, JAMES N LEGIS ASST, 

BANKSTON, PEGGY M 

BROOKS, MAMIE LEE EXEC SECRETARY, 

BULCAO, CAROLYN F STAFF ASST, 

HAMMONS, GAYLE N SECRETARY, 

HINES, CLAYTON ASST SVC REPRESENTATIVE, 

JOHNSON, WILLIE V I 

MAGEE, LAJUANA JO FRCM NOV. 8 

MERIWETHER, DIANE J SECRETARY, 

MORAN, MARGARET JANE PUB REL SECTY, 

MORAN, MARTHA A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 ANO 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 2 . 

SMITH, MERKEL L CONG SVC OFFICER, 

THIGPEN, ELIJAH J, JR FROM JULY 1 

VARNADO, PATSY KAY RECEPTIONIST, TO OCT. 31 

WATKINS, JANNELLE M CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 31 

WILKERSON, VERNICE ASST SERVICE OFFICER, 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS M. REES 

BAMBERG, GARY A SPECIAL ASST, 

BANES, CATHERINE L DIST OFC MGR, 

BONE, SADIE M FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

CLARK, RORY W CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 15 

CLOW, LISA M 

DAVIS, KAYE EDWARDS 

FAULSTICH, JANET K 

FISHMAN, JOEL SPECIAL ASST, 

FOREMAN, STEWART H FRCM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 

15 TO DEC. 15 

FRIEDMAN, LINDA J FROM AUG. 21 

FRISBEE, STEPHEN V CASE WORKER, TO NOV. 14 

KLINE, RICHARD A SPECIAL ASST, TO JULY 31 

LAROCCA, DALE LESLIE TO AUG. 11 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR FROM NOV. 1 

MOLLOY, ELEANOR M 

MONACO, VIRGINIA CAROL ASST CASE WORKER, 

MURPHY, MARY LILLIAN LEGIS ASST, 

NEWMAN, LAURETTA SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND DIST OFF 

REPRESENTATIVE, FROM AUG. 1 

SIEGEL, MARTIN W FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 15 

SOLOW, MARY J 

SOMMERS, ARLENE 



$9,495.00 
4,219.98 
1,757.33 
3,750.00 
4,915.82 
772.53 
6,249.99 
2,916.65 

3,093.07 

625.00 

2,083.35 

416.67 

6,330.00 

2,000.01 

2,500.02 

3,666.68 

450.00 

2,018.51 
2,000.01 
708.50 
6,419.42 
3,878.34 
1,951.34 
2,500.02 
4, 152.24 



4,000.02 
7,291.67 
2,906.52 
8,500.02 
4,750.02 
3,199.98 
2, 749.98 
4,099.98 
6L8.33 
3,692.52 
4,000.02 

663.33 

8,906.52 
7,000.02 
1,600.00 
800.00 
4,200.00 



7,935.00 
5,892.10 
333.33 
150.00 
4,403.35 
5,969.13 
9,202.50 
5,689.98 

883.05 
2,833.34 
3,430.45 
1,081.25 
984.00 
666.66 
4,410.00 
4,831.65 
4,459.98 

3,508.32 

300. PO 

4, 789.98 

6,002.52 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. CHARLOTTE T. REID 

EMMONS, NATHANIEL F EXECUTIVE ASST, $9,000.00 

OFFICE OF HON. OGOEN R. REID 

HASLETT, JEFFREY D STAFF ASST, 3,642.17 

HELMS, JUDITH S STAFF ASST, 4,999.98 

KA8CENELL, ELLEN D STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 650.00 

KITZMILLER, W M SPECIAL ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND PRESS 

SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 8,319.45 

LANGSDORF, SUZANNE M STAFF ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND CASE 

WORKER, FROM DEC. I 4,583.33 

MICHELMAN, PEGGY C DISTRICT OFFICE MANAGER, TO AUG. 31 

AND FROM NOV. 1 7,033.32 

PARKER, BRUCE J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 560.00 

RYAN, PATRICIA A ASST PRESS SECTY, TO DEC. 8 4,388.87 

SCHEID, JUDITH M FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,203.33 

SPAULDING, JOAN E PERSONAL SECRETARY, 5,916.48 

STEIN, BARBARA E STAFF ASST, 5,157.72 

STRAND, GWENDOLYN STAFF ASST, 4.488.3C 

UELLENDAHL, WILMOTH C STAFF ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND STAFF 

ASST-DISTRICT OFFICE, FROM DEC. 1 .... 3,312.50 

VOSE, LINDA ROMAINE STAFF ASST, TO DEC. 8 5,268.04 

WILKIE, EDITH B LEGIS ASST, 6,895.92 

OFFICE OF HON. HENRY S. REUSS 

COOPER, MARILYN N DIST FIELD REP, 4,631.01 

DANNHEISSER, RALPH FROM JULY 1 2,583.32 

EHRHART, DEBORAH M FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 950.00 

FRIEDER, JUDY MORRIS FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 AND PRESS 

SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 6,100.00 

GOENS, RICHARD W FROM AUG. 14 1,599.99 

GRANOF, PERRY S FROM JULY I TO SEPT. 30 1,650.00 

GROVES, LINDA LEE PERSONAL SECTY TO AA, TO AUG. 15 1,125.00 

HARTL, FRANK B FROM AUG. 4 TO SEPT. 3 325.00 

HERREWIG, JAMES E FROM JULY 1 6,049.98 

JAROCH, MARY A FROM JULY I TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

4 TO OCT. 31 1,400.00 

JESSEN, PETER J FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 2,057.67 

KETHCART, MARY E FROM SEPT. 4 2,683.34 

NOVAK, CYNTHIA ELAINE FROM SEPT. 4 2,683.34 

NOVIC, JAMES E FROM JULY 13 TO AUG. 13 879.87 

OSHEA, MAURA E PERSONAL SECTY TO MC , 5,399.98 

PEARSON, CONSTANCE M APPOINTMENT SECTY, TO SEPT. 3 3,011.67 

PECKARSKY, DAVID J R FROM AUG. 4 TO SEPT. 3 325.00 

PISZCZEK, BONNIE J FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 500.00 

ROANE, LILLIAN E SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND CLERK, FROM 

DEC. 1 4,266.66 

ROBINSON, DONALD L FROM JULY 1 12,974.33 

ROBINSON, SARA MOORE LEGAL ASST, 5,849.98 

SANTELLE, NANCY J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

SMITH, SUZANNE J FROM AUG. 16 3,347.63 

STEVENSON, MERRIL LEGIS ASST, TO NOV. 30 5,400.00 

TEHAN, ROBERT E, JR DISTRICT OFFICE SECY, U650.0C 

VERDIER, JAMES M FROM NOV. 1 200.00 

WHITE, ODELL CHARLES FROM DEC. 1 900.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. RHODES 

ALKIRE, ALMA ASENATH ADM ASST, 14,219.40 

DECENZO, RITA M SECRETARY, 9,691.08 

DORNAN, JAMES E, JR RESEARCH ASST, 2,412.62 

DOSSEY, ROBERT L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

MCCONNELL, ROBERT A, JR FROM JULY 1 10,000.02 

MILLER, STEPHEN W INTERN, TO JULY 11 110.00 

POSEY, CLARA BERNICE SECRETARY, 8,081.10 

PROUTY, PERRIE LEE SECPFTARY, 4,483.74 

RAY, OLIVE N RECEPTIONIST, 6,829.80 

RUBINO, STEPHEN CARL CLERK, 1,054.98 

SCANLAN, ROBERT J DIST REP., 8,963.16 

STEWART, ANN CECELIA SECRETARY, 2,516.16 

VONDORN, LUCYLE S SECRETARY 3,481.50 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. DONALD W. RIEGLE, JR. 



BLAKE, CARL W ADMIN ASST, $15,300.00 

BRUNELL, DAVID D 14,415.48 

CUMMINGS, KATHLEEN ANN DIST STAFF RECEPTIONIST, TO AUG. 31 

AND DIST CASEWORKER, FROM SEPT. 1 .... 3,583.34 

DAUNIS, JOY ANNE RECEPTIONIST, 4,166.68 

FINKELSTEIN, LISA LEGIS ASST, TO OCT. 31 AND EXEC SECTY, 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 AND 

SECRETARIAL ASST, FROM DEC. 1 5,695.01 

FLYNN, JEFFREY H FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 833.34 

HOGAN, M ANGELA FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 916.67 

HOTCHKISS, NANCY LEGIS ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 866.67 

KELLY, CYNTHIA C FROM AUG. 1 4,029.99 

KENERSON, MARTHA LYNNE CASE WORKER, 4,833.32 

LEONARD, THOMAS P FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 100.00 

NOTHOFF, KATHERINE J DISTRICT SECTY, TO NOV. 30 AND DIST 

OFFICE REP, FROM DEC. 1 4,083.35 

PETTIFORD, EVELYN KAYS FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND 

LEGISLATIVE AIDE, FROM SEPT. I TO 

SEPT. 30 AND LEGISLATIVE SECTY, FROM 

OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,650.48 

SADLER, KATHLEEN EXEC SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 875.00 

SCHLUNDT, VIRGINIA MONA LEGISLATIVE ASST, TO NOV. 30 3,000.01 

SHARP, JAMES DIST REPRESENTATIVE, 7,583.33 

TEMPLE, VENIE DARLING FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 300.00 

WEST, NANCY L DISTRICT CASEWORKER, 5,327.52 

WILKINSON, DEAN M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

DISTRICT ASSISTANT, FRCM NOV. 1 1,408.33 

OFFICE OF HON. RAY ROBERTS 

ALLEN, ELRY T, JR CLERK, 6,330.00 

AUSTIN, VICKY LYNN CLERK, 4,747.34 

BEASLEY, MARY SHARMAN FROM JULY 15 TO AUG. 31 1,022.23 

BLANK, JOHN H CLERK, TO AUG. 10 866.67 

BOYER, LINDA A CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,846.16 

GLOVER, MARTHA ANN CLERK, 6,382.50 

HUNT, JACLYN A SECTY-STENO, 4,345.02 

JONES, ROLAND C, JR SECRETARY, 7,984.98 

LEDFORD, SUZANNE COX FROM OCT. 15 1,097.77 

MABRY, JOHN F FROM SEPT. 1 2,600.00 

MCCALE8, MARJORIE B CLERK, 5,655.50 

OLSEN, MARTHA L CLERK, 3,165.00 

RAMSOUR, SUE C FROM SEPT. I TO SEPT. 30 600.00 

RICHARDSON, JEAN ANN CLERK, 4,159.33 

ROSS, HELEN J FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 750.00 

STOUT, HARRY LEE FROM SEPT. 15 TO SEPT. 30 373.33 

WILLIAMS, JAMES B CLERK, 5,199.98 

WILLIS, CATHERINE H CLERK, 3,966.35 

OFFICE OF HON. J. KENNETH ROBINSON 

BEAN, MATILDA C SECRETARY, 6,055.98 

BRENGLE, FRANCES L STENOGRAPHER, 2,224.93 

BURKHOLDER, BETTY B STAFF ASST, 3,798.00 

CRANDALL, JANNA SEFCIK SECRETARY, 4,318.98 

DANIELS, JANICE ELLEN CLERK-TYPIST, 3,534.00 

HINES, RUBYE B SECRETARY, 5,269.50 

HUTCHINSON, HARVEY E STAFF ASST, 7,379.42 

MABRY, RONALD L FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 21 210.00 

MATHISEN, CHRIS ADMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

MCMAHON, JAMES V STAFF ASST, 6,066.00 

MORRIS, CHERYL E SECRETARY, 3,499.98 

SIMON, ALEXANDER FROM JULY 22 TO AUG. 19 280.00 

STEWART, MADELINE A FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 21 227.50 

STOUGHTON, RENATA KUH CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 31 533.33 

TANCYUS, JACQUELYNE M SECRETARY, 2,215.50 

WILLIAMSON, THOMAS W, JR FROM SEPT. 25 1,733.34 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. HOWARD W. ROBISON 

BLAKESLEE, ANNE C $3,600.00 

CALKINS, JOHN T 2,652.12 

CLAREY, DONALD A CLERK, TO JULY 31 500.00 

CROWLEY, JOSEPH E 9,125.02 

FITZGERALD, KAREN S PERS SECTY, 5,899.98 

GOLDMAN, PATRICIA A , STAFF ASSISTANT, 3,000.00 

HARROUN, TIMOTHY J FRCM NOV. 1 1,183.34 

HINRICHSEN, HELENE 1,663.98 

INGRAHAM, CHARLES ADM ASST, 13,933.32 

KNOX, JACQUELINE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 625.00 

ORASIN, CHARLES J FROM SEPT. 1 850.00 

PHILIPSBORN, HELEN W SPECIAL ASST, 7,666.67 

SIEGEL, LAWRENCE E LEGIS ASST, 5,000.00 

SULLIVAN, MARTHA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM 

SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,950.00 

TOBEY, ALBERT T CLERK, 5,700.00 

WALSH, ANNE MARIE SECRETARY, 4,624.98 

OFFICE OF HON. PETER W. RODINO, JR. 

SAUMGART, MERLE D ADMIN ASST, 10,000.02 

BETHEA, CAROLYN T FROM JULY 1 3,499.98 

BRAUNSTEIN, SUSAN CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

NOV. 1 4,083.34 

DANDRE, LOIS CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 AND SECTY, FROM 

OCT. 1 5,583.33 

DECHAMBEAU, SONJA L CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND SECY-CASE 

WORKER, FROM DEC. 1 4,541.66 

OENEV, EVA J CLERK, 7,500.00 

GRABER, SANDRA FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 11 740.28 

JOHNSON, ARLENE E CLERK, 3,100.02 

MILES, ROBERT VICTOR FROM SEPT. 1 400.00 

MUTTERPERL, MARK FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

SCOTT, JEANNE A CLERK, TO AUG. 31 616.66 

SINCAVITZ, SANDRA 6,000.00 

SPINELLI, LAWRENCE FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 31 440.00 

STANGO, MARGARET A 6,428.58 

SURIANO, ANTHONY M ASSISTANT-CLERK, 10,500.00 

TROLLINGER, PATRICIA M TO NOV. 10 3,827.76 

WALSH, KAREN L CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 AND SECTY-OFFICE 

MGR, FROM OCT. 1 5,375.01 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT A. ROE 

BECK, VICTORY S SECRETARY 4,000.02 

BENNER, PATRICIA A FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 500.00 

BLAKE, PETER J, JR CLERK, 4,999.98 

BURKE, WILLIAM V 6,107.34 

CASALE, MICHAEL 5,029.50 

CRAIG, THOMAS F CLERK, '. 2,100.00 

CUADRADO, ANA D FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 833.34 

DEROSA, ANGELA 6,366.66 

FIORILLA, JOHN K CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 15 2,036.67 

GONZALEZ, MILDRED L CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 1,500.00 

GURISIC, GRACE A 6,116.52 

JOHNSON, GLENN D CLERK, 4.999.9R 

KATZ, LINDA EILEEN TO JULY 31 190.93 

MADOFF, FLORENCE CLERK, TO JULY 31 750.00 

MARAZZO, KATHPYN M CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND ADMIN ASSISTANT, 

FROM DEC. 1 10,825.02 

MCLELLAN, BRUCE M CLERK, 4,500.00 

MESSIENO, MARIANNE E FROM DEC. I 600.00 

ORTIZ, VIRGINI A CLAIRE 5,162.64 

SHAW, SUSAN CAROL FROM AUG. 14 TO NOV. 10 1,522.50 

WENTZ, OLGA S FRCM JULY I 8,503.44 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. PAUL G. ROGERS 



BOYNTON, KATHERINE E FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 7 

BRAGG, REBECCA LEAH 

CALLAHAN, LINOA G OIST OFF SECTY, TO OCT. 31 

COLLINS, PAULINE V SECRETARY, 

OARLSON, JOHN A FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 2 1 

GLISSON, JO ANNE RECEPTIONIST-SECRETARY, 

GUIDO, KATHLEEN E FROM NOV. 21 

HALL, ELIZABETH M 

JOHNSTON, ROBERT M LEGIS ASST, 

LEPESKA, RICHARD G FROM SEPT. 11 TO OCT. 31 AND AOMIN 

ASST, FROM NOV. 1 

LUCAS, LINDA SUE FROM JULY 10 TO AUG. 17 

MAHER, ROBERT W ADMIN ASST, 

MICA, DANIEL A OIST OFF ASST, TO OCT. 3 AND ADMIN 

ASST DIST OFFICE, FROM NOV. 11 

REED, CAROL D PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

ROOD, JACQUELINE N SECY-PART TIME, 

STARKEY, BETTE A SECY-RECEPTIONIST, 

OFFICE OF HON. TENO RONCALIO 

ARNOLD, OLGA MOORE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

8ACLAWSKI, MATTHEW DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE, 

BURWELL, MARGARET MARIE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND OFFICE 

ASST, FROM AUG. 1 

DYE, BARBARA L K FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

FRANKS, JACQUELINE RAE FROM JULY 1 

GAGE, LEONA S SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

GAY, DOROTHY MEYER FROM OCT. 6 TO NOV. 15 

HANSCUM, ARTHUR T FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, 

HARVERTY, THOMAS F FROM DEC. 1 

KARPAN, KATHLEEN M FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND PRESS 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 

KISH, MARY E FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 7 

MCDANIEL, RODGER E FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FIELD 

REPRESENTATIVE, FROM AUG. 1 

MCGREGOR, STEPHEN FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

MEYER, MARY ETTA FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND 

LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM AUG. I 

MOLONY, MICHAEL JAMES FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

MORRISON, CHARLES M FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

MORROW, STEPHANIE A ROBO OPERATOR, TO AUG. 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 

MURPHY, MAUREEN M ASST CASE WORKER, TO JULY 31 AND 

CONSTITUENCY SERVICES, FROM AUG. 1 ... 

NEAL, STEVEN I FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

RICHARD, LORETTA RESEARCH ASST, TO JULY 31 

STREEPER, BETTY FIELD OFFICE SECRETARY, 

THORNTON, BARBARA B FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

WINGERTER, TERRY FROM SEPT. 1 

OFFICE OF HON. FRED B. ROONEY 

BAURKOT, SUSAN G 

CAHILL, PATRICIA J FROM OCT. 1 

CLINE, JAMES GARNER FROM JULY I TO AUG. 31 

DIEHL, DEBORAH W CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 

EDGERLEY, CANDACE S 

ETTINGER, CHARLES W 

FITZ, CHRISTINA M FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 

GERHART, MILDRED K 

GOMBOSI, LOUIS 

GRIM, OTTILIE DENISE 

HICKEY, ANN TO OCT. 7 

HUBER, RAY A 

IDUKAS, CONRAD HAWK TO SEPT. 30 

KOVACS, WILLIAM L FROM SEPT. 1 

LYONS, HELEN E CLERK-TYPIST, TO SEPT. 30 

NOLL, MARGUERITE D 

SAHAYOAK, PHILIP FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

SALMON, JOHN J TO SEPT. 30 AND FRCM NOV. 1 

WILLETS, ELMORE A, III 



$70.00 
5,339.46 
2,206.32 
4, 160.34 
1,331.33 
4, 172.94 

666.67 
6,943.32 
4,219.98 

2,794.45 

380.00 

13,373.62 

6,835.93 
8,578.62 
1,054.98 
5,339.46 



1, 3 3 3.34 
3,150.00 

5,925.02 
800.00 

5,925.02 
300.00 
666.67 

3,000.00 

1,000.00 

10,691.65 
808.33 

6,775.02 
1,000.00 

10,666.65 

800.00 
2,400.00 

3,333.32 

5,333.35 
2,400.00 
841.67 
3,000.00 
1,650.00 
3,200.00 



5,275.02 

2, 100.00 
1,500.00 

5 80.00 
4,852.98 
4,319.10 
1,675.00 
4,264.86 
5,417.21 
4, 114.50 

3, 126.89 
14,243.76 

2,086.14 
4,000.00 
1,977.99 
8, 703.78 
1,798.12 
5, 165.00 
3,750.00 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. ROONEY 

BASILE, MILLIE $3,474.12 

BYRNE, EDWARD D CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 4,551.99 

CAREY, CYNTHIA ANNE FROM OCT. 25 823.53 

DENAVE, SALVATORE CLERK, 3,263.16 

ELLERt MARK A CLERK 8,202.66 

GALLO, JOHN N 3,462.12 

GIBLIN, MAE H CLERK, 5,711.70 

HIRSCH, BERTHA 2,381.70 

JACKSON, JACQULYN R CLERK, TO AUG. 31 748.66 

MILLER, MARY A EXEC SECRETARY, 8,277.78 

NIVENS, JENALEE D ADMIN ASST, 15,289.02 

RAIOLA, ANTHONY 2,817.90 

RIZZUTTO, VINCENT CLERK, 7,087.74 

SCHER, JOSEPH CLERK, 4,019.52 

OFFICE OF HON. BENJAMIN S. ROSENTHAL 

BARASH, PETER S LEGIS ASST, 11,500.02 

BLOOMFIELD, DOUGLAS M LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 7,999.98 

BRUSTEIN, ARLENE A STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 650.00 

CHRISSOS, LOUISE J 7,200.00 

DAHER, GEORGANNE V FROM AUG. I TO AUG. 31 433.33 

DAVIS, MARY W 12,499.98 

DONNELLY, LINDA JEAN STAFF ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 4 1,280.00 

FELDMAN, ROBERT P STAFF ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 31 632.00 

GILBERT, WAYNE FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 433.33 

GOLDENTHAL, MICHAEL B 8,950.02 

GORDON, RACHEL CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 18 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 19 2,267.32 

KRAUSE, PATRICIA A ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 30 450.00 

LAW, JEANNE FROM SEPT. 5 2,513.33 

MARTINI, VERONICA FROM SEPT. 1 833.32 

NEGLEY, MARY CHRISTINE STAFF ASST, 4,500.00 

ORTEGA, ELIZABETH LEE STAFF ASST, 3,300.00 

PHILLIPS, TEDDIE B FRCM SEPT. 5 2,674.46 

POLITI, JUNE E FROM SEPT. 1 866.68 

SCHACHTER, ANN B STAFF ASST, : 2,899.98 

SIEOLECKI, FRANCINE H STAFF ASST, 6,250.02 

SMITH, JEROME R FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 216.67 

VINCENT, TRUDY A FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 18 160.00 

WEISS, ELAINE F STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 416.66 

OFFICE OF HON. DAN ROSTENKOWSKI 

ANTONUCCI, MARLENE FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 625.00 

BURTON, DONNA FROM JULY I TO JULY 31 1,406.07 

CHMIELEWSKI, NANCY A FROM JULY 1 3,937.84 

CROWLEY, GEORGE D, JR FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 100.00 

DRAGON, MICHAEL 8,052.34 

FLETCHER, VIRGINIA C 7,316.66 

GA8INSKI, LEO 2,377.24 

GOGOLA, PHILLIP 4,060.00 

GORDON, LOTTIE FROM DEC. 1 727.25 

HANK, JOHN J FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 3,500.00 

HEALEY, JAMES C, JR 9,249.98 

JASNOWSKI, CARROLL A 4,512.48 

KIANKA, BARBARA R 1,900.00 

KUKLINSKI, STANLEY FRCM DEC. 1 625.00 

LEVATINO, ADRIENNE M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

FROM SEPT. 1 2,583.32 

LEVIN, LEONARD L FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,500.00 

LIEBERMAN, KAREN J 3,400.02 

MEYER, HELEN FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 833.33 

NEGA, WALTER J 15,300.00 

SALMON, JOHN J FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,000.00 

SHANNON, DANIEL J FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 3,005.58 

STUMP, MARY JUDITH FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 1,000.00 

TUCK, PATRICIA A CLERK TYPIST, TO JULY 31 483.33 

VANSANT, NANCY J FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,500.00 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. 



EDWARD ROUSH 



AMES, SUSAN J FROM JULY I $4,450.02 

COLER, THOMAS E FROM JULY 1 9,124.98 

COLLINS, PAMELA A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

CRAIG, TIMOTHY R FROM JULY 1 2,925.00 

DELAPLANE, MARYALYCE SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

DESISTI, JUDITH ANN FROM JULY 1 4,375.02 

LEETH, B TIMOTHY SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

MADDOX, SUSAN JANE FROM AUG. 18 2,512.24 

METTLER, JOSEPH H STAFF ASST, 1,800.00 

MORRISON, JAMES B FIELD SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND FIELD 

REP, FROM SEPT. 5 7,333.33 

OCALLAGHAN, PHYLLIS FROM JULY 1 9,124.98 

R0TH8ERG, DEBORAH A FROM JULY 1 4,249.98 

RUEKBERG, JILL FROM JULY 1 4,099.98 

STEWART, LOIS J FROM JULY 1 5,250.00 

TERRETTA, DOROTHEA ANN CLERK, 810.00 

TONSING, BETTY K FROM JULY 1 3,649.98 

YEHL, MARY ARLEEN FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 2,500.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN H. ROUSSELOT 

ADAMS, MARIE E SECRETARY, 6,100.00 

BOYD, DOUGLAS P YOUTH COORDINATOR, TO JULY 18 120.00 

CRIPPEN, RICHARD R FROM SEPT. I 800.00 

DEFREECE, ROBIN FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 750.00 

HARPER, H DONALD FROM JULY 1 14,500.02 

JENKINS, KAREN L RECEPTIONIST-TYPIST, TO AUG. 31 AND 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM SEPT. 1 3,825.02 

JOHNSON, CRAIG H CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

KAZEN, DIANE C SECRETARY, 4,000.00 

KRAUEL, KATHRYN A DISTRICT SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 AND 

DIST SECTY, FROM OCT. 1 6,800.01 

LEMASTERS, B VYONNE FROM JULY 1 7,999.98 

MACLEAN, MALCOLM J, JR PRESS ASST, 4,375.02 

MICHALESKI, NANCY POPE FROM DEC. 15 266.67 

NONNENMACHER, NICHOLAS LEGIS ASST, 8,250.00 

OLSON, SYDNEY J CLERK-TYPIST, 3,374.98 

PESSNER, KIRK ALAN FROM SEPT. 1 800.00 

POWELL, CATHERINE R SECRETARY, 3,600.00 

REINKE, MARY LOUISE SECRETARY 5,400.00 

THOMPSON, WAITE FROM NOV. 1 200.00 

WEISEND, PAUL F CONSULTANT, 3,000.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM R. ROY 

AITKEN, JUDITH BURRUS OFFICE MANAGER, TO NOV. 30 3,875.00 

BERSCHEIDT, TIMOTHY R PRESS SECTY, TO NOV. 30 3,750.00 

BILES, BERTRAM ROBERT FROM DEC. I 1,200.00 

BILES, BRIAN RESEARCH ASST, 6,000.00 

BROWN, DEBRA LEE CLERICAL ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 300.00 

OUNN, PATRICIA A FROM JULY I 3,750.00 

ELLINGER, JEFF FROM OCT. 1 875.00 

FAIRBANK, DIANE CASE WORKER, 4,249.98 

HARPER, SUZANNE D SECTY-DIST OFF, TO JULY 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 2,825.00 

HOLZMEISTER, LORETTA M SECRETARY, 1,650.00 

MILLER, CLAUDIA D LEGIS ASST, 4,500.00 

MONTGOMERY, MARCIA M CLERK-TYPIST, 3,000.00 

NEISES, THERESA G EXEC SECRETARY, 7,500.00 

OCHS, CATHERINE C SECRETARY, 2,975.00 

PENDERGAST, PAUL E ADMIN ASST, 14,500.02 

ROSE, JAMES L SPECIAL ASST, TO AUG. 27 999.17 

SIRAVO, MARIA ANN FROM DEC. 1 300.00 

WATSON, TERRY D FROM JULY 1 5,846.83 

WHEELER, CAROL ANN FROM NOV. 1 600.00 

WOLGAST, LARRY E FROM JULY 1 9,850.00 

YOUNG, JAMES A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD R. ROYBAL 

AVILA, EDWARD J FIELD DEPUTY, $7,260.02 

CARMONA, RALPH C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 783.33 

FRIEDMAN, PHILIP FROM DEC. 1 1,000.00 

IGNATIUS, CLARA 10,098.48 

JOHNSON, ROGER C 6,000.00 

LEWIS, DIANE L SECRETARY, 3,853.53 

MALDONADO, DANIEL C 8,065.68 

REA, VERA J 5,380.50 

ROMERO, HELEN 5,088.00 

SOBLE, H DAVID FROM AUG. 1 5,625.00 

STARK, SYLVIA D 3,957.73 

STERLING, BARBARA E 6,574.35 

WASHINGTON, JACQUELINE SECRETARY, 4,290.32 

OFFICE OF HON. HAROLD L. RUNNELS 

ALMANZA, MARIA AVITA CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND SECT Y-TYP 1ST, 

FROM NOV. 5 3,813.33 

CHILDRESS, SHIRLEY C RECEPTIONIST, 4,050.00 

CLARKE, GERALD S FROM JULY 1 6,300.00 

GLIDDEN, TIMOTHY W LEGIS ASST, 8,850.00 

GOULD, JUDITH D CLERK-TYPIST, TO JULY 31 650.00 

HAPKE, LILY CAROLYN SECRETARY, 4,650.00 

HAPKE, RICHARD DWAIN ADMIN ASST, 10,200.00 

KIRK, PENNY L SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

MASSAD, STEPHEN A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 1 310.00 

MAYNEZ, ROSEMARIE SECRETARY, 4,650.00 

MICHAEL, JOSEPH TOBIAS AREA REP, 6,300.00 

MOORE, PEGGY SUE FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,950.00 

MORGAN, LARRY L PRESS SECRETARY, 8,250.00 

PUTMAN, NETTIE LOUISE SECRETARY, 2,400.00 

SANDERS, CHARLOTTE L SECTY, 2,400.00 

SEDILLO, FILO M, JR FIELD REP., 3,450.00 

VALENCIA, RUDOLPH K AREA REP, 5,100.00 

OFFICE OF HON. PHILIP E. RUPPE 

CRAWFORD, SUSIE T FROM AUG. 9 3,313.33 

DAWSON, JO ANNE B SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 AND CASE 

WORKER, FROM OCT. 1 3,948.99 

ENRIGHT, KATHERINE ANNE FROM JULY i TO OCT. 1 2,275.00 

ESCH, EMILY S SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 800.00 

FARRAND, CHRISTOPHER ADMIN ASST, 13,833.34 

GUSLER, DOROTHY J PROJECTS ASST, 6,850.02 

HILLEGONDS, PAUL C LEGIS ASST, 6,253.84 

KRAUS, LESLIE SUSAN FROM SEPT. 25 2,133.34 

KRUGER, FREDRICK K FROM SEPT. 1 1,400.00 

LASKO, CAROL JOAN CASE WORKER, TO JULY 8 222.22 

MCCARTAN, GARY STAFF ASST, 3,250.02 

MILLER, KATHLEEN A SECTY, 4,359.99 

NEWHOUSE, GERALD F FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 500.00 

NICHOLLS, DALE WILLIAM STAFF ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

RHEAULT, EVELYN RUTH DISTRICT ASST, 3,825.00 

RICHARDSON, JULIA R LEGIS SECTY, 6,250.02 

RICHARDSON, WILLIAM B STAFF ASST, 4,000.02 

STILWELL, DIAN SIMPSON STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 500.00 

STITT, CAROL D FROM AUG. I TO AUG. 31 100.00 

OFFICE OF HON. EARL B. RUTH 

BELL, MARILYN R CLERK, 6,108.33 

DUNGAN, DEADERICK C CLERK, 5,658.33 

INMAN, RUTH CLERK, 3,608.32 

JOHNSON, CYNTHIA CLERK, 3,908.32 

LOPP, JAMES IRVIN CLERK, 3,908.32 

MACKERT, LILLIE F H CLERK, 5,258.32 

MARTIN, NORMAN D LEGIS ASST, 9,358.35 

NIELSEN, SHERYL G CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,116.66 

NORTHERN, JAYNE CLERK, 3,808.35 

REED, KAREN CLERK, 4,358.32 

STAHL, MARY ELLEN CLERK, 4,033.32 

THAYN, JUNE B ADM ASST, 15,300.00 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM F. RYAN 

BARRETT, CHERYL MARDIS FROM JULY 5 $4,033.67 

BARROW, MATTIE H SECRETARY, 3,750.00 

BREISBLATT, LESTER FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

OIAZ, SYLVIA C SECRETARY, 5,250.00 

EDWARDS, MICHAEL DEAN STAFF ASST, TO NOV. 14 5,288.53 

GOLDSTEIN, JESSICA STAFF ASST, 4,302.00 

GROSS, SUSANNAH D DISTRICT ASST, 6,714.00 

GUTMAN, JEFFREY STEIN FROM JULY 1 3,684.00 

KARDEMAN, RITA STAFF AIDE, TO OCT. 31 1,868.00 

MARSHALL, JOSEPH R STAFF ASST, 2,904.00 

MAYO, BARBARA L FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,398.00 

MILLER, LYNN E SECRETARY, 3,432.00 

MORIARTY, JOHN W FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 13 2,433.33 

POWERS, SHARON CECELIA SECRETARY 6,276.00 

TFUTSCH, ERIKA ADMIN ASST, 13,308.00 

VINCENT, MARY E PERSONAL SECTY, 5,952.00 

WASSERMAN, SHIRLEY FROM AUG. 1 2,870.00 

OFFICE OF HON. FERNAND J. ST. GERMAIN 

BAMBER, RUTH H FROM JULY 1 3,675.00 

BROCK, PATRICIA A FROM JULY 1 3,750.00 

CAMPBELL, AARON R ASSISTANT, 3,000.00 

DION, LINDA M FROM SEPT. 1 2,833.32 

GOLDMAN, PETER LINN ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 12 1,039.99 

GREENE, JANET ANN FROM JULY 1 5,400.00 

LIARD, IRENE C FROM JULY 1 4,500.00 

MAHONEY, MICHAEL JOHN AIDE, 5,250.00 

MAURANO, RICHARD L FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 1 AND FROM SEPT. 

13 3,254.43 

OGASSIAN, MARTIN ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 30 2,333.35 

PARTINGTON, WILLARD F FROM JULY 1 6,550.02 

PATCHELL, PATRICIA A SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 3,333.35 

REILLY, JAMES E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND 

ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. I 2,183.32 

RONAN, CATHERINE M FROM JULY 1 4,150.02 

SCANLON, JOSEPH ADMIN ASST, 10,624.98 

SHELTON, JOWANDA EXEC SECRETARY, 7,800.00 

SUGARMAN, JOEL S ASSISTANT, 6,750.00 

WEBER, CAROL A FROM DEC. 1 708.33 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES W. SANDMAN, JR. 

BRECHT, PATRICIA K CASE WORKER, TO NOV. 30 3,541.65 

COLDREN, JAMES FREDRICK PRESS SECTY, 9,583.32 

CORTESE, CYNTHIA K SECRETARY, 3,700.02 

CRONIN, CLAIRE M FROM DEC. 18 263.61 

DAVIS, NATHAN W, JR DISTRICT PEP, 4,333.32 

ERNST, HARRY J, JR -FROM DEC. I 416.67 

HUNT, EDWIN W DIST EXEC SECTY, 4,166.67 

KEMENOSH, JOHN P SP ASST OLDER AMERICANS, 3, 000. CO 

MATALUCCI, PHILIP R DISTRICT SECTY, TO NOV. 30 2,208.35 

MELCHIORRE, ANDREW W FROM AUG. 15 2,455.57 

MORRELL, BERNICE HAND DIST. SECRETARY, 3,083.32 

MURPHY, JOSEPH V DISTRICT SECTY, 4,449.98 

PELUSO, LOUISE T CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450. OC 

RHODES, DONALD C FROM JULY 1 5,250.00 

ROBERTS, FLORENCE S DIST SFCRETARY, 4,000.02 

SPEISER, MARCIA F FROM NOV. 21 777.77 

SPOLTORE, JOHN J DISTRICT SUPERVISOR, 8,400.00 

VAGNOZZI, DOROTHY W ADM ASST, 9,833.32 

VANDERBILT, MARJORIE W LEGIS ASST, 4,708.33 

WINNICK, DIANE L APPTS SECRETARY, TO NOV. '20 2,916.67 

OFFICE OF HON. PAUL S. SARBANES 

ARCHIBALD, JAMES K STAFF ASST, 6,325.00 

BIAS, GEORGE H FROM DEC. 1 375.00 

CARR, CATHERINE JUDITH FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND STAFF 

ASST, FROM OCT. 1 3,049.98 

FINDLEY, DIANE E FROM OCT. 1 1,766.67 

GIBBS, EMILY HOPKINS TO AUG. 31 416.66 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. PAUL S. SARBANES - CONTINUED 



GURTLER, DEBRA JEAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

KERR, CHARLES M TO AUG. 31 

KILADIS, NICHOLAS J 4DMIN ASST, 

LAZEROV, JEANIE M FROM JULY 1 

LEONE, SHELLY A FROM JULY 1 

LINTZERIS, LINDA J FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO 
AUG. 31 AND STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 
TO OCT. 31 

LUCKI, MARY ANN SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 

MARUDAS, PETER N ADMIN ASST, 

MILLER, MURRAY LEROY FROM JULY 1 

MILLHISER, FREDERICK R LEGIS ASST, TO AUG. 31 

PHILLIPS, SUSAN GOFF PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

RUSSO, JEAN BURRELL FROM SEPT. 5 

SACHS, RICHARD C FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

SCHLOEDER, NICHOLAS M FROM JULY 1 

VEYSTRK, DEBORAH ANN FROM NOV. 1 

WEISMAN, LAWRENCE I FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

WOODWARD, MARGARET C FROM SEPT. 1 

OFFICE OF HON. OAVID E. SATTERFIELD, III 

CAMPEN, DONALD 0, JR RESEARCH ASST, 

CRANDALL, JOHN EMORY CLERK, 

GLENN, MARTHA COLE FROM JULY 1 

HAAR, MARGARET COLWELL FROM JULY 1 

HARMAN, THERESA ANN CLERK, 

MINTER, ANNABELLE C CLERK, 

RASMUSSEN, JOHNC, JR ASSISTANT, 

REIGHARD, GARY LEE CLERK, 

RIDDLEBERGER, JANE D SECRETARY, 

TAYLOR, JOHN D 

TROY, PHYLLIS N FROM JULY 1 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN P. SAYLOR 

ASHBY, VIRGINIA C CASE WORKER, 

BRUNO, JOSEPHINE JOAN CLERK, 

CORTELYOU, WARREN P FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

FOX, HARRY M ADM ASST, 

GENTRY, JEAN BLAIR FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

GENTRY, RICHARD H LEGIS ASST, 

LITTON, PAULETTE A SECRETARY, 

LOHR, WILLIAM A SECTY, 

MARSDEN, PAUL D CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 17 

MATHIS, WINIFRED RECEPTIONIST, TO AUG. 13 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 14 

NOGAY, ELAINE S RECEPTIONIST, 

SHEEDER, ROBERT E FROM JULY 18 TO AUG. 15 AND CLEPK, 

FROM AUG. 16 TO AUG. 31 

SUTER, JOANNE MARIE SECTY, TO AUG. 13 

WISOR, RUSSELL C CLERK, 

ZYGMUNT, VICTORIA H FROM AUG. 7 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM J. SCHERLE 

BREHENY, PATRICK J 

DRURY, CLAIRE TELMANIK CLERK, 

FELD, MICHAEL J 

FISCHER, ANNE M 

FRANZ, DENISE M FROM SEPT. 5 

GOOS, JEANNE K CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

GOOS, MARCIA L CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

HANSEN, ALICE E CLERK, 

OHMAN, SUSAN HARTWELL CLERK, 

OLDEROG, CLARA MARIE 

PASSICK, DAN I CLERK, 

PATTON, DONALD K FROM JULY 1 

PICKENS, DENNIS J FROM SEPT. 6 

PRATT, BARBARA J CLERK, 



S2, 700.00 
2,333.34 
8,899.98 
6,499.98 
3,125.02 



2,003.33 

1,950.00 

13,500.00 

4,920.00 

2,916.67 

4, 750.02 

2, 738.88 

3, 150.00 

5,250.00 

950.00 

400.00 

1,000.00 



6, 184. 18 
4,325.52 
5,700.00 
5,700.00 
4,549.98 
4,219.98 
7,500.00 
1,000.02 
3,624.99 
15,300.00 
7,650.00 



6,250.02 

3,875.01 

625.00 

15,300.00 

900.00 

9, 750.00 

4,249.98 

6,250.02 

• 170.00 

4, 130.54 
3,875.01 

438.34 
1,361.67 
4, 168.62 
4,500.00 



9,000.00 
4,999.98 
9,0C0.00 
6,124.98 
1, 172.88 
1,500.00 
1,500.00 
4, 166.66 
4,666.67 
3,587.44 
8,499.99 
6,333.32 
I, 162.77 
4,500.00 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM J. SCHERLE - CONTINUED 



SCALLY, SUSAN E TO JULY 22 $702.77 

STEPHENS, GWYNNE FROM JULY 1 3,408.32 

TIMMINS, ANNE FLORINE FROM SEPT. 1 2,500.00 

WERLE, MARY JOSEPHINE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

WILLIAMS, LUCILLE M 4,007.76 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES H. SCHEUER 

ABRAMS, DORIS CASE WORKER, 4,315.02 

3LASINI, CARLOS FROM NOV. 1 3,000.00 

BROWN, RICHARD A ASSISTANT, 15,300.00 

BROWN, VIVIAN N FROM AUG. 1 7,461.35 

CASTALDO, FRANCES FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 300.00 

COHEN, DAVID M ADM ASST, TO SEPT. 30 5,750.01 

EWING, ELIZABETH H FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 20 500.00 

EWING, SARA ALMAND PROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND SECRETARY, 

FROM DEC. 1 841.66 

FERBER, BETTY N APPOINTMENTS SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 ... 1,250.00 

FRIEDLANDER, BERNICE FROM OCT. 15 2,618.81 

GALLO, CAROLYNE H FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 125.00 

GESELL, ANNE FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,011.25 

GOGGIN, DOROTHY C FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 7 2,394.43 

GOLDEN, MARTHA A OFFICE MGR . , 7,640.00 

GOLOMBEK, EUGENE W SPECIAL ASST, 8,000.02 

GOTTLIEB, GERTRUDE FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 14 887.28 

HARRISON, JAMES B FROM OCT. 5 TO OCT. 31 2,029.45 

HUNTER, RENEE FROM OCT. 1 1,100.00 

KENNEDY, MARGARET FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 165.58 

KERR, GORDON C LEGIS ASST, TO NOV. 30 2,733.33 

KOENIG, JEROME A FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 2,490.07 

LINHARDT, ARNOLD I ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 541.67 

MERCED, JOSEPH A ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 750.00 

MILLER, RITA P FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 150.00 

MURPHY, EUGENE J FROM OCT. 8 TO NOV. 30 1,438.38 

PARDES, LILLIAN SECRETARY, 4,027.76 

POSMANTER, ETTA FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 180.00 

RUBIN, ROSLYN FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 360.00 

RUVELL, NATALIE K FROM DEC. 1 1,600.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN G. SCHMITZ 

BEYER, BARBARA M CASE WORKER, 6,745.83 

90EHMER, RICHARD ARTHUR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 15 150.00 

BURNS, PHEBE ANN CLERK, 3,992.19 

CARROLL, WARREN H LEGIS ASST £ RFSEARCHER, 9,370.63 

DAY, RICHARD C, JR FROM JULY 28 TO AUG. 31 330.00 

DEUTSCH, JANE L CLERK, TO JULY 31 583.33 

GEIER, ROBERT A ADM ASST, TO DEC. 17 13,888.27 

GILLENWATERS, JAYNE E EXEC SECRETARY, 6,494.03 

LEAMAN, ROBERT H DIST STAFF ASST, TO JULY 15 500.00 

MAHONEY, ROLAND D RESEARCH ASST, 7,342.77 

MCCRACKEN, FRANCES L FROM AUG. 15 2,797.76 

PACE, E JUSTINE CASE WORKER, 6,745.83 

RINALDI, PATRICIA V »ERS SECTY TO ADM ASST, 4,740.31 

SMITH, RANDALL G DIST RESEARCH ASST, TO DEC. 13 4,944.84 

VOIT, WILLARD S DIST REP, 8,424.82 

OFFICE OF HON. HERMAN T. SCHNEEBELI 

EDLER, LOUISE VOGT SECRETARY, 5,235.00 

FISHER, BART J STUDENT SUMMER INTERN, TO JULY 15 .... 200.00 

FRAZER, JEANNETTE W EXEC SECRETARY, 11,267.98 

KENNEDY, JEAN E CLERK, 3,000.00 

KUNKEL, ELIZABETH M SUMMER STUDENT INTERN, TO JULY 15 .... 200.00 

LITTLE, C DANIEL CLERK-DISTRICT REP, 7,783.02 

LUNDAHL, STANLEY A, JR FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 26 533.34 

MARATECK, KAREN ANN FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 26 533.34 

PICCOLA, JEFFREY E FROM SEPT. 1 2,113.32 

PULIZZI, PHILIP N STUDENT SUMMER INTERN, TO JULY 15 .... 200.00 

QUINN, HENRIETTA CLERK, 3,133.32 

RUNFOLA, MARY C SECRETARY, 8,537.84 

STAPLES, HELEN T SECRETARY, 7,877.32 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. HERMAN T. SCHNEEBELl - CONTINUED 

SULLIVAN, PAMELA J SECRETARY, $7,977.32 

SWANK, JOHN N PRESS ASSISTANT, 6,353.32 

UPOEGROVE, ROBERT A, JR FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 26 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 17 TO 

AUG. 20 473.34 

WERT2, M WILLOIS SECRETARY, 8,764.98 

WILT, MICHAEL J , FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 26 533.34 

WOODWARD, JOHN A STUDENT INTERN, TO JULY 15 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 15 200.00 

OFFICE OF HON. FRED SCHWENGEL 

BENTON, ANN FROM NOV. 1 833.34 

30HNSACK, PAUL EDSEL, II STAFF ASSISTANT, 3,766.66 

3READY, JOAN C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 12 AND 

SECTY, FROM AUG. 13 2,995.00 

BURGER, BETTY M SECRETARY, 6,366.66 

CORNICK, SUSAN ANN SECRETARY, 5,300.02 

FULLMER, JOHN D FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 19 952.77 

GUENTHER, CYNTHIA SECRETARY, 3,800.02 

HARDY, STEPHEN D FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 25 1,069.44 

KELLING, SCOTT D DISTRICT ASST, 4,441.67 

KREWSON, LYLE R FIELD REP, 6,833.34 

LAMFERS, LORI KAY FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 12 816.66 

MCFARLIN, LAVONNE G SECRETARY, 3,900.02 

NUSS, BETTY J SECRETARY, 4,366.68 

PARKIN, JERRY D FROM SEPT. 1 3,083.34 

REEVES, LINDA L 5,083.32 

SCHAFER, DAVID A FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,166.66 

SCHIMMEL, ALLAN ADM ASST., 13,333.32 

TRENT, WILLIAM B, JR LEGIS ASST, 4,300.00 

WIGGINS, BONITA S SECRETARY, 4,083.34 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM L. SCOTT 

DAVIS, JACK C ADM ASST 11,625.00 

ELLIS, YVONNE M CASE WORKER, 4,999.98 

FITTING, JOAN LEGIS AIDE, TO SEPT. 9 1,916.66 

HART, FLORENCE ELLEN LEGIS SECTY, TO NOV. 8 AND FROM DEC. 

20 2,316.66 

HEINEY, DELPHINE PERSONAL SECRETARY, 5,250.00 

HOPE, DOROTHY C CASE WORKER, 6,499.98 

MCCORMICK, JAMES H STAFF ASST, 11,625.00 

OTTERBEIN, REBECCA W SECRETARY, 4,624.98 

ROBERTS, JAMES EDWARD SPFCIAL ASSISTANT, 7,500.00 

SCHARFEN, NANCY S RECEPTIONIST, 4,249.98 

SCOTT, GRACE L 7,500.00 

SITNIK, PETER S 5,500.02 

WALIA, CAROL S SECRETARY, 1,000.02 

OFFICE OF HON. KEITH G. SEBELIUS 

DEVLIN, MERRY M SECRETARY, 6,325.00 

DIRKS, CAROL J CLFRK, TO JULY 31 541.67 

DODO, DIXIE LEE CLERK, 5,125.00 

EASTIN, ROBERT E DISTRICT ADMIN ASST, 9,949.98 

JORGENSON, JO ANN CLERK, 1,916.68 

MASONER, MEREDITH ANN CLERK, TO SEPT. 19 1,426.40 

MODLY, ILONA M FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 350.00 

OLIVER, CHLOE ELLYN 6,325.00 

REEDY, KAREN SUE 3,750.02 

ROBERTS, CHARLES P ADMIN ASST, 14,000.02 

SCHMUTZ, DALE R CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND LEGIS 

RESEARCHER, FROM DEC. 1 5,166.65 

SCHUMACHER, PEGGY SECRETARY, TO JULY 15 250.00 

STAFFORD, SUSAN ANN FROM AUG. 1 TO SFPT. 15 812.51 

SULLIVAN, ANN ALGOTT OFFICE MANAGER, 8,391.68 

THOMPSON, MELVIN E LEGIS ASST 8,083.35 

WINDSCHEFFEL, JUNE K CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 1,200.00 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN F. SEIBERLING 

ARMATTA, JUDITH FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 

BILLINGS, LINDA LEGISASST, 

BROWN, GEORGIA LEE EXEC SECY TO ADMIN ASST, TO AUG. 31 

AND ADM SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 

BURRESS, JAMES MARTIN FROM AUG. 1 

CARLSON, KATHLEEN A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 24 ... 

CHASE, DALE HERBERT CLERK, TO OCT. 31 

CHISOLM, WILDA E EXEC SECRETARY, 

COLLINS, KAREN S FROM NOV. 1 , 

DYE, ROY AUGUSTUS, III FROM OCT. 1 

EARHART, PHYLLIS K CLERK, 

GRIFFITH, CATHERINE ANN RECEPTIONIST, 

INGRAM, JOYCE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

KELLEY, KEVIN JOHN FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 14 

LIPPINCOTT, MELANIE S LEGIS SECY, 

LOITZ, KATHRYN JO SECRETARY, , 

MANSFIELD, DONALD W ADMIN ASST, 

MEYER, DIANA A FROM AUG. 1 

SHENDER, STEPHEN REED LEGISLATIVE ANALYST, , 

SIMONDS, MIRIAM STAFF ASST, , 

THEIL, LYNDA P SENIOR CASE WORKER, 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE E. SHIPLEY 

BROOKS, CAROLYN SUE FROM AUG. 1 , 

BYRD, JERRY FRANK CLERK, 

CARTER, DAVIS BLAKE CLERK 

COOPER, CYNTHIA S CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 .., 

ECKL, GOLDIE MAE ADM ASST, 

FERGUSON, BARBARA ANN CLERK, TO AUG. 31 , 

GIBSON, CHARLES L CLERK, , 

GIBSON, DOLORES I SECRETARY, , 

KINCHELOE, J GORDON CLERK, 

RUNYON, KAREN J CLERK, 

SCHAEFER, ROBERT W CLERK, , 

SLAPE, DONNA CLERK, , 

SMILEY, KATHLEEN EXEC SECRETARY, 

WATSON, DONALD HUGH ADM ASST, , 



$2,650.00 
10,500.00 

4,825.00 
2, 137.50 

540. OC 
1.350.0C 
6,600.00 

400.00 
1,250.00 
4,500.00 
3,250.02 

200.00 
46.67 
3,666.66 
2,874.99 
12,000.00 
3,658.33 
6,000.00 
6,499.98 
5,800.02 



1, 599.92 

9,907.02 

3,000.00 

450.00 

11,698.98 
550.00 
6,990.00 
9,563.52 
4,800.00 
2,099.59 
3,331.66 
3,900.00 
5, 158.18 

15,280.02 



OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD G. SHOUP 

BARTA, PEGGY L SECRETARY & ASST PRESS OFF, TO NOV. 3C 

BRASS, MARTHA POOL SECRETARY, 

BROOKS, JANICE FROM JULY 1 

DEANE, RICHARD RESEARCH ASST, 

DEGROOT, PAMELA ANN CLERK TYPIST, 

DREHER, CHESTER R DISTRICT REP, 

EVERETT, RICHARD F FROM DEC. 1 

HONKALA, RUDOLF A LEGIS ASST, 

JULIAN, CHESTER ROY ADM ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND ADMIN ASST, 

FROM SEPT. 1 

KELLY, ROBERT J FROM JULY I TO SEPT. 30 

KILROY, MICHAEL A RESEARCH ASST-INTERN, TO AUG. 31 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

MUDD, NANCY FROM OCT. 1 

POOL, ROBERTA K FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

REDMOND, JAMES W PRESS ASST, TO AUG. 31 ANO PUBLIC 

RELATIONS OFFICER, FROM SEPT. 1 

SUKOW, GARY M RESEARCH STUDIES ASST, TO OCT. 31 

SULLIVAN, MAUREEN F SECRETARY, 

SULLIVAN, VIRGINIA M SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 

THOMPSON, SANDRA JEAN FROM JULY 1 

WALTERS, PAMELA M FROM JULY 1 

OFFICE OF HON. GARNER E. SHRIVFR 

AITKEN, DORIS B FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

ARMSTRONG, MARILYN A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 8 

CLAASSEN, BARBARA G CLERK-TYPIST, TO JULY 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 

DUBY, DEANNA R FROM AUG. 14 

FAIRCHILD, JIMMY RAY LEGIS ASST, 

FITZGERALD, JEAN M SECRETARY 

GIBSON, JOSEPHINE C DIST SECRETARY, 



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3,465.00 
4,000.02 
3,000.00 
3,465.00 
8,740.02 
500.00 
10,849.98 

14,571.48 
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1,000.00 

1,375.00 

600.00 

7,330.00 
500.00 

3,781.50 
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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. GARNER E. SHRIVER - CONTINUED 

GUERRANT, JEANNE T DIST SECRETARY, $4,500.00 

HANSON, VERA LOUISE DIST REP., 4,249.98 

HARDER, CARL F FIELD REP., 4,466.66 

KLAASSEN, CONSTANCE V FROM JULY 10 TO AUG. 12 330. OC 

LANGENWALTER, NANCY CLK-TYPIST, 3,799.98 

MCPEAK, DOROTHY SECTY, 6,250.02 

RICHARDSON, WILLIAM B RESEARCH ASST, 1,500.00 

ROSEN, LESTER L ADM ASST, 15,033.32 

SHERMAN, MARILYN J SECRETARY, TO AUG. 9 1,083.33 

SORRELL, LARRY D FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 500.00 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT L. F. SIKES 

ALLEN, GEORGE F STAFF ASST, 2,848.50 

ALLEN, JOHN H LEGIS ASST, 7,648.74 

BUTLER, ALMA D ADM. ASST., 14,219.28 

CHRISTIE, NELLA A EXEC. SECRETARY, 9,283.98 

FOSTER, ANN KELLEY SECRETARY, 4,609.98 

GALLOWAY, JUDITH T SECRETARY, 2,795.76 

MOSIER, JOAN D FROM OCT. 23 1,360.00 

SPRACHER, SARA E SECRETARY, 5,909.04 

SWEET, BETTY J SECRETARY, 5,181.66 

TIMMONS, JEANNE SECRETARY, 5,749.74 

WHELAN, HARRIET D SECRETARY, 5,992.38 

OFFICE OF HON. B. F. SISK 

ADAMS, LARRY DELBERT FROM NOV. 1 3,000.00 

3USTAMANTE, CRUZ FROM JULY 8 TO AUG. 15 380.00 

CADY, JAMES E CLERK, 2,272.50 

CHRISTIE, WILLIAM M CLERK, 4,555.00 

CLARY, CHRISTINE LOUISE FROM OCT. 1 2,124.99 

CLOUGH, BETTY L CLERK, 5,950.02 

COELHO, ANTHONY L ADM. ASST., 15,300.00 

DARLING, BERNARD B CLERK, TO OCT. 31 6,666.68 

FOWLER, RICHMOND R STAFF ASST, 3,499.98 

GIBSON, SHIRLEY G CLERK, 1,858.32 

GRADY, JOHN T CLERK, 2,584.50 

GREATHOUSE, ROBERT C FROM DEC. 1 1,175.43 

GUINN, ELIZABETH L CLERK, 5,914.50 

KNIGHT, BARBARA J CLERK, 5,539.98 

LEHMAN, CHARLES ALLEN FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,175.43 

LUTY, GWENDOLYN H 5,832.00 

MILLS, ELNOPA Q 4,999.98 

NAHIGIAN, ARCHIE H, JR CLERK, 2,875.00 

RAMIREZ, RANDOLPH G CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 7 70.00 

STEINBERG, MARCIA JEAN CLE°K, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

VESTAL, RITA M CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 2,124.99 

OFFICE OF HON. JOE SKUBITZ 

BOOTHE, EVELYN M FROM DEC. 15 400.00 

BURKE, KELLY M FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 450.00 

BURNS, LAUREL EDITH FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 450. OC 

COOPER, EDWARD LEGIS ASST, 14,000.00 

CRIGER, COLETTE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 450.00 

GATTERMANN, MARIANNE FROM AUG. 10 TO OCT. 31 2,088.89 

HAYDEN, HELEN E CLERK, TO JULY 15 437.50 

HOWARD, WYLMA FERN FROM DEC. 15 266.67 

HURME, SALLY BALCH 5,041.66 

JASEPH, JOAN M FROM AUG. 28 3,744.45 

JONES, GARNETTE 6,891.68 

LEMERT, BULA FROM JULY 1 5,391.68 

MARDEN, MICHAEL C 5,666.66 

MCDONALD, BARBARA ANN CLERK, TO JULY 31 450.00 

MCDONALD, ETHEL FROM JULY 16 TO NOV. 15 1,800.00 

ODELL, REBECCA SUE CLERK, TO JULY 31 450.00 

PENNINGTON, VIRGINIA L FROM JULY 1 5,391.68 

SANDEFUR, SARAH ANN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

SCOTT, JOHN RANDALL CLERICAL STAFF, 4,416.68 

SHUTE, WILLIAM H FROM JULY 1 5,816.66 

WIGGINS, JUDE B CLERICAL ASST, TO AUG. 15 1,250.00 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOE SKUBITZ - CONTINUED 

WILSON, LOUISE KIDO FROM JULY 1 $5,350.02 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN SLACK 

BAILEY, JEWELL FROM AUG. 15 2,266.67 

BAILEY, MARY KATE SECRETARY 5,600.02 

BECKER, PAUL H ADM ASST, 15,074.98 

FACEMIRE, SAMUEL W ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 1,600.00 

FOSTER, DEBRA FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 250. OC 

GATEN, LEO P CLERK, 3,049.98 

HODGES, REBECCA S RECEPTIONIST, 3,066.66 

HORN, MARY PRESTON CLERK, TO AUG. 15 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, TO AUG. 15 750.00 

HUNTER, EVA LORRAINE SECRETARY, 5,699.98 

JENKINS, JOYCE E SECRETARY, 4,675.00 

LEWIS, ZYLPHIA FROM SEPT. 1 1,600.00 

MANKIN, NANCY ANN OFFICE MGR , 10,125.00 

MCGINN, DANIEL G STAFF AIDE, TO AUG. 15 892.38 

NUCKLES, LOIS M FROM NOV. 1 600.00 

RINGEL, ELEANOR C FROM OCT. 1 1,500.00 

ROBERTS, MARTHA V SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 400.00 

SACKETT, MICHELLE E SECRETARY, 6,175.00 

THOMASSON, ROBERT B FROM SEPT. 1 2,000.00 

WARNER, ANDREW M FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 15 291.66 

WHITTINGTON, PAUL J ASSISTANT, 4,500.00 

OFFICE OF HON. H. ALLEN SMITH 

ANDERSEN, ALICE K 11,077.50 

BRUNER, MARY G TO OCT. 31 5,380.68 

HART, MARGARET N 9,495.00 

KELLEY, SALLY E CLERK, 6,594.00 

SMITH, ELIZABETH MCKAY 7,912.50 

WATKINS, OLGA E TO NOV. 30 6,725.85 

OFFICE OF HON. HENRY P. SMITH, III 

CASE, PHILIP A 1,208.58 

COLE, DAVID A FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 425.00 

CREANEY, IONA W 5,227.92 

DEBEER, ANNE M CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,333.34 

FLANIGAN, KATHERINE V FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 2,637.52 

FORD, CAROL BETH CLERK, 4,219.98 

GLASS, NAOMI CLERK, 9,454.92 

HORANBURG, RICHARD C CLERK, 3,399.98 

KOOP, ROBERT E CLERK, TO DEC. 5 5,381.96 

LEWIS, WILLIAM B 8,140.92 

MACDONALD, CONSTANCE FROM SEPT. I TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 

25 1,958.33 

MCDONALD, GLORIA D 2,816.70 

ORR, ROBERT W, JR FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 350.00 

PENNELLA, FLORENCE C CLERK, 5,911.98 

ROURKE, JUDITH ANN CLERK, 4,916.28 

ROURKE, RUSSELL A 15,300.00 

SCHMIDT, PAULA FROM DEC. 1 1,000.00 

SOMER, NORMA M CLERK, 1,000.02 

TOENNIESSEN, CLYDE C 1,800.78 

OFFICE OF HON. NEAL SMITH 

ANDERSON, HELENA F FROM JULY 1 2,550.00 

BLEAKLY, JOHN L 9,499.98 

DAWSON, THOMAS H 9,000.00 

FALLON, ADA FROM JULY 1 3,750.00 

HENDERSON, PHYLLIS S SECRETARY, 4,291.02 

HOFFMANS, PATRICIA A SECRETARY, 3,850.02 

MCCARTAN, GENEVIEVE SECTY, 2,500.02 

MCDONNELL, PAUL C 8,250.00 

NETHERTON, DARRELL L CLERK, 5,100.00 

PENCOCK, CAROL ANN SECTY 4,099.98 

SIMPLICIO, NANCY R SECTY, 6,250.02 



116 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. NEAL SMITH - CONTINUED 

WILEY, JILL CLERK, $3,600.00 

OFFICE OF HON. M. G. (GENE) SNYDER 

BOOTH, ANN D 5,746.02 

BURCHFIELD, LEONARD W CLERK, 6,000.00 

BURTON, HELEN L 6,866.70 

CUMMINS, MARY SUE CLERK, 1,560.00 

EVANS, BRADLEY WARREN STAFF ASST, 8,500.02 

GEOGHEGAN, LINDA L 3,284.40 

JORDAN, MAXINE 9,000.00 

MANCHESTER, RUTH TO SEPT. 8 1,977.67 

MEURER, RUTH M 3,284.40 

PASCO, SUSAN JANE FROM SEPT. 20 TO SEPT. 30 198.61 

ROBERTSON, PATRICIA C 4,744.08 

SHAPIRO, REBECCA D TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 4 3,497.73 

SHUL, MAUREEN ALYCE FROM SEPT. 26 1,715.29 

TANNER, WILLIAM E 12,658.08 

OFFICE OF HON. FLOYD SPENCE 

ALEXANDER, JANE MARIE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

BAILEY, EDWIN F FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 300.00 

CAMP, THOMAS W INTERN CLERK, TO JULY 15 75.00 

CLARKSON, SUSAN C FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 31 225.00 

COLE, DAVID A FROM DEC. 1 750.00 

COOK, WILLIAM A ADMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

COOPER, LINDA ANN SECRETARY, 4,114.98 

FALLAW, BESSIE S DISTRICT SECRETARY, 6,330.00 

HARVIN, JOSEPH BARNWELL FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 300.00 

HEARN, THERESA J FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 450.00 

HODGES, ROBERT H, JR LEGIS ASST, 9,499.98 

JAMES, JERRY PRESTON RESEARCH ASST, 600.00 

KIRVEN, MARY JEAN SECRETARY, 3,482.52 

LEE, LILA VIRGINIA EXEC SECY, 8,230.02 

LIKINS, BARBARA A SECRETARY, 5,275.02 

MODLY, ILONA FROM DEC. 1 350.00 

POWELL, CHESSYE B DIST SECTY, 3,720.84 

RATCLIFFE, JERE B DISTRICT REP, 8,576.66 

SHARPE, SARA W SECRETARY, 4,114.98 

WILLIAMS, DEBORAH KAY SECRETARY, TO NOV. 19 3,177.68 

WILSON, ADDISON G DISTRICT ASST, TO AUG. 31 422.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM L. SPRINGER 

BRAY, ALVIN A ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

BURT, EDNA E FROM SEPT. 1 1,400.00 

FAZEKAS, MICHELE K FROM OCT. 16 1,770.83 

GOODELL, JOHN R CLERK, TO JULY 31 541.67 

GROVES, CAROLYN CLERK, TO NOV. 4 3,301.12 

HOLDER, MARY S FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 2 1,119.45 

KASSAB, RAYMOND CLERK, 4,950.00 

MOORE, CHRISTINE M 5,783.55 

MORVAK, MARY JO FROM NOV. 5 1,601.66 

ORR, ROBERT W, JR FROM NOV. 1 2,000.00 

PEARSON, JAMES C CLERK, TO AUG. 12 758.34 

ROWAN, CATHLEEN J FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

SIEWERT, LOUISE A CLERK, 5,299.98 

SPRINGER, JOANNE CLERK, TO AUG. 15 812.51 

SWANSON, BETTY ANNE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 29 1,166.50 

TRALKA, JANE E 6,354.66 

YOUNG, GUEY YUN C JI CLERK, TO AUG. 31 ....* 900.00 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT T. STAFFORD 

3URTON, JOHN I CLERK, $6,995.64 

OFFICE OF HON. HARLEY 0. STAGGERS 

FURFARI, MARGUERITE ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

GLASGOW, NANCY M CLERK, TO JULY 31 583.33 

GRONDALSKI, DOROTHY ANN FROM SEPT. 5 1,933.33 

GRONDALSKI, JEAN F CLERK, TO AUG. 31 966.66 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM H FROM JULY 1 3,165.00 

JORDAN, PHILIP 8, JR CLERK, 5,275.02 

MARTINEZ, SUSAN M FROM SEPT. I 2.40C.00 

MCELVAIN, CAROLE A CLERK, 8,236.92 

MEDLIN, LOUISE D CLERK, 5,275.02 

SANOERS, JOHN K CLERK, 9,491.28 

SKAGGS, SUZANNE R CLERK, 3,750.0C 

VARNER, JEAN G CLERK, 6,878.58 

OFFICE OF HON. J. WILLIAM STANTON 

BUKLAD, WILLIAM, JR STAFF ASST, 3,600.00 

CONNELL, JEAN SECRETARY, 4,689.40 

COURT, EVELYN L 3,674.40 

DAY, TRUOY M FROM SEPT. 12 2,119.43 

DIEFENBACH, WILLIAM D FROM OCT. 1 1,674.99 

DURBIN, MICHELE WARD FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 1 16.67 

FLYTHE, WILLIAM P, III FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 316.67 

GRAY, ARLENE A EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 10,900.02 

HARDGROVE, ROBERT F LEGIS £ PRESS ASST, 9,077.40 

KRAMER, PATRICIA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 300. OC 

MCGLOON, SHIRLEE E 13,671.66 

REILLY, PATSY M SECRETARY 4,061.76 

RUSSELL, RANDY FROM OCT. 1 300.00 

STOCKDALE, HELEN GRAY FROM SEPT. 1 2,400.00 

SULLIVAN, MARY ELLEN FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

TUBRIOY, NANCY H SECRET ARY/COMM ASST, 5,765.10 

WHITESIDE, LILLIAN R 7,737.96 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES V. STANTON 

BURTON, ALICE ELIZABETH STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 15 649.99 

CALANDRA, MARIE THERESE STAFF ASST, 4,219.98 

COONEY, PATRICIA M SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND STAFF ASST, 

FROM AUG. 5 3,352.57 

CORRIGAN, THOMAS STAFF ASST, 2,266.68 

DURKIN, CATHERINE M STAFF ASST, 5,275.02 

GUREN, JON D FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 800.00 

HADACEK, HELEN A STAFF ASST, 4,045.26 

KELLY, MARY HELEN PERSONAL SECPETARY, 7,121.28 

MALONEY, LILLIAN S -FROM OCT. 1 1,500.00 

MURRAY, FRANCIS J FROM SEPT. 1 1,266.68 

OMALLEY, NEIL R STAFF ASST, 6,353.13 

PORTER, ALAN C STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 15 900.00 

SANTANGELO, JOYCE L FROM JULY 1 6,199.98 

SWEENEY, MICHAEL A CONG ASST 10,549.98 

TORRES, ENID M STAFF ASST, 3,428.76 

VARGO, JOHN E LEGIS ASST, 5,532.18 

WATZMAN, SANFORD ADMIN ASST, 13,187.52 

OFFICE OF HON. TOM STEED 

CARR, MYRTLE E OFFICE CLERK, 1,054.98 

CLARK, WILLIAM VAUGHN STAFF ASST, 4,791.67 

FOGLEMAN, THELMA C SECRETARY, 9,547.98 

GREEN, ANNE RALLS OFFICE CLERK, 3,949.98 

HAWES, MARY OFFICE CLERK, 8,704.02 

HENSON, J ROGER STAFF MEMBER, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

LINVILLE, ALBERTA S OFFICE MANAGER CLERK, 9,759.00 

LYNCH, KATHLEEN W OFFICF CLERK, 8,704.02 

MOUNT, D'ANNE SECTY, TO AUG. 31 ANO CLERK, FROM 

SEPT. 1 TO DEC. 1 2,588.88 

MULOROW, FISHER FIELD REP, 3,895.98 

NELSON, JOHN M OFFICE CLERK, 3,000.00 

PATTEN, REBECCA J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 300.00 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON- TOM STEED - CONTINUED 

RICHARDSON, TRUMAN ADM ASST, $15,300.00 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT H. STEELE 

BAKER, REBECCA L FROM JULY 24 TO AUG. 25 533.34 

BERG, EARL H, JR ADMIN ASST, 10,000.02 

BORLAND, WINONA ALISON FROM AUG. 21 TO SEPT. 30 777.77 

BURGIN, DIANE CLERK, TO NOV. 8 3,911.13 

BURKINSHAW, ARLINE L DIST SECTY, TO NOV. 17 2,359.46 

BURNETT, JOHN S PRESS ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 18 7,666.68 

BUSHNELL, MARSHA D CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

CHORBAJIAN, ROSALIE ADM SECTY, 7,121.28 

CRAWFORD, CLARA E FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 2,000.00 

EVANS, LLOYD R, JR FROM NOV. 16 2,542.82 

FURN, BETTE G FROM OCT. 2 TO NOV. 30 1,180.00 

GRILLS, JOAN P FROM AUG. 1 2,808.82 

GWIAZDOWSKI, JOAN M FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 859.67 

HEIL9RUNN, BERNICE A CLERK, TO AUG. 20 972.22 

HUNNICUTT, JUNE H SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST, 3,850.02 

KERR, RICHARD FROM NOV. 16 1,250.00 

MCLEOD, RHODA L FROM SEPT. 10 TO NOV. 13 1,244.44 

SCHLEGEL, PAUL FROM DEC. 1 661.95 

SEVIER, LISA LEGIS ASST, 5,147.21 

SINAY, DOROTHY A DIST SECTY, 2,535.00 

SKOLEM, LILLIAN M FROM JULY 1 3,837.00 

STORY, RICHARD M, III FROM NOV. 16 1,875.00 

SWETS, DEBORAH E SECRETARY, 3,499.98 

VASILIOU, A JOHN CLFRK, 4,000.02 

WALLER, BETTY JO SECRETARY, 5,319.76 

WALSH, ROSANNE D FROM NOV. 27 689.44 

OFFICE OF HON. SAM STEIGER 

ALDERSON, FREDERICK K FROM OCT. 1 6,500.01 

BEERS, BARBARA CHERYL FROM DEC. 1 450.00 

9UHLER, MICHAELA E CLERK, 1,774.98 

BURDEN, DANA W CLERK, TO AUG. 31 3,333.34 

CORR, CHRISTOPHER J CLERK, 7,062.51 

ELIAS, DOLORES P CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

FROST, BARBARA H CLERK, 4,500.00 

HAMMOND, BARBARA ANN CLERK, 5,149.98 

HAYS, RORY C CLERK 4,150.02 

HENDERSON, MARION CLERK, TO NOV. 14 4,131.67 

JARVIS, MICHAEL A FROM JULY 1 15,300.00 

JENKINS, ELIZABETH F CLERK, 850.02 

LOMAX, BEVERLEY C CLERK, 5,050.02 

MATTINGLY, KATHLEEN L CLERK, 2,373.70 

OCONNELL, MARY E CLERK, 5,650.02 

PFEIFER, DUANE A CLERK, 2,400.00 

ROSENBLATT, PAUL G FROM JULY 1 2,925.00 

WYKOFF, MADELINE R FROM JULY 1 4,500.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM A. STEIGER 

ANDRICH, MARK C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 300.00 

COHEN, WILLIAM E FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,316.66 

DRUMMY, MAUREEN FRGM JULY 1 7,983.34 

DYKSTRA, JAMES H PRESS ASST, 6,171.78 

EFFRON, ANDREW S LAW CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND LEGIS AIDE, 

FROM NOV. 1 2,833.34 

FARNSWORTH, KATHLEEN E SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND STAFF 

ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 1 3,533.34 

FERGOT, LOA M ASST SECRETARY - DIST., 4,325.52 

HOON, MICHAEL JAMES LEGIS AIDE (PART-TIME), TO SEPT. 30 

AND LEGIS AIDE, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

AND LEGISLATIVE AIDE, FROM NOV. 1 .... 4,163.58 

HURLEY, CHARLES A LEGIS ASST 7,280.56 

ISAACS, KAREN J SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND PERSONAL 

SECTY, FROM SEPT. I 5,049.18 

LICHTFUSS, LYNN FROM OCT. 1 1,500.00 

MCCALLUM, JAMES SCOTT FROM SEPT. 5 708.88 

PEIGLER, SARA L CASEWORKER, 9,104.10 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM A. STEIGER - CONTINUED 

OUGH, THOMAS R LEGIS AIOE, $5,485.98 

ROBSON, JOANNE MARIE SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST, TO AUG. 31 ... 1,441.84 

SCHILLING, PAUL R LEGIS COUNSEL, TO AUG. 31 AND LAW 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 5,354.68 

SEEFELDT, FREDERIC A DISTRICT SECRETARY, 6,721.92 

STEEN, JAMES ERIC FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 15 150. OC 

VARGO, NANCYE S CLERK, 5,455.02 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT G. STEPHENS, JR. 

ARNOLD, CATHLEEN D FRCM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 6 660.00 

SARFIELD, PATRICIA A CLERK, TO SEPT. 15 1,582.50 

BOYD, MARY STOWE 6,013.50 

BROWN, EMMA ANGELIA FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 6 660.00 

CARSON, ROBERT H, JR CLERK, TO AUG. 7 678.33 

COMOLLI, MARTHA M FROM DEC. 1 791.67 

DAVID, EDWARD GARRY FRCM SEPT. 1 2,200.00 

ELDER, DAVID MAYNE ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

ERWIN, MARY W CLERK, TO AUG. 7 678.33 

GRIFFIN, MARCIA ANN CLERK, TO AUG. 7 678.33 

HARRIS, RUTHERFORD C 6,000.00 

HOGBERG, BARBARA J TO OCT. 24 2,906.70 

MAYBERRY, JAMES B 10,524.99 

PEDDY, CLYDE H 5,506.98 

P6LLETIER, JONATHAN D FRCM JULY 26 TO SEPT. 6 751.67 

STRICKLAND, ANN LYON CLERK, 5,894.76 

OFFICE OF HON. LOUIS STOKES 

BARNES, APLENA FROM DEC. 1 300.00 

BROOKS, SAMUEL J, JR FROM JULY 1 11,319.17 

BURNS, MAXINE ISAACS FROM JULY 1 4,313.65 

FITCH, CLARENCE E ADM AIDE, 9,502.02 

GANGER, KATHY JEAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450. OC 

GILBERT, JEWELL SECRETARY, 4,319.10 

GUESS, JOHN FOLEY, JR TO JULY 15 350.00 

HARPER, JAMES C ADMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

HEGGS, OWEN L FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 845.88 

HERNDON, PAMELA P TO NOV. 30 1,000.00 

JACKSON, LILLIE FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 19 843.89 

JONES, CAROL S CLERK, TO OCT. 31 938.08 

JONES, THELMA M FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 903.56 

LEATHERBERRY, WILBUR LEGIS ASST, 7,384.98 

LEONARD, JOHN S SPECIAL ASST, 4,536.48 

LIGGINS, BRENDA G FROM JULY 1 4,938.15 

MATUSZEWSKI, EDWARD F MILITARY ASST, 1,975.62 

MIKELL, ONETHA ANN FROM NOV. 1 360.00 

NOKES, ARTHUR W FROM JULY 1 1,734.56 

SKIBA, JANICE KITZMAN CASEWORKER, 5,673.00 

WEEDEN, JOHN T 1,860.66 

OFFICE OF HON. SAMUEL S. STRATTON 

BAILEY, LEE E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 11 110.00 

BOURBON, MARY M FROM SEPT. 11 1,375.00 

CROMLEY, KATHLEEN M CLERK, TO SEPT. 10 875.00 

GELBER, ELAINE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 300.00 

HOLT, BILL B ADM ASST, 12,723.00 

HORAN, CATHERINE V EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 9,020.52 

JACKSON, ALICE C SECRETARY, 2,749.98 

LESLIE, MARY B SECRETARY, 6,003.00 

LILLIBRIDGE, JEANNE T DISTRICT SECRETARY, 6,646.50 

MARTINEC, JEAN FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 23 370.00 

MOTT, ROGER A FROM JULY 1 4,000.02 

MURTAGH, OLIVE G FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 21 2,350.00 

REILLY, ROBERT W FIELD REP, 4,193.52 

SAGUTO, MOLLY DAY PERSONAL SECRETARY, 7,939.02 

SCHELL, MICHAEL LEGIS ASST, 5,802.48 

SCOTT, MARTHA M SECRETARY, 3,933.75 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. SAMUEL S. STPATTON - CONTINUED 

SMEALLIE, JAMES FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 4 AND FROM DEC. 

20 $480.55 

SU8ER, DOROTHY ANN FROM NOV. 29 826.67 

VAVALA, ROY DISTRICT SECRETARY, 5,011.50 

WOOD, IRENE ROGERS FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,677.99 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK A. STUBBLEFIELD 

CLEMENTS, PATRICIA V SECRETARY, 5,588.58 

GUMMELT, JO RYALS FROM AUG. 1 5,000.00 

HARDING, MARGARET K 14,253.35 

MCELRATH, TOM L FROM JULY 1 1,077.48 

PRUYN, ENEZ D FROM JULY 1 10,228.59 

ROGERS, JANE H CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND DISTRICT OFFICE 

SECTY, FROM DEC. I 3,081.82 

SLEDD, WILLIAM T, JR CLERK, 1,000.02 

SWEENEY, DOROTHY E 5,145.30 

WINTERS, MARY REX CLERK, TO AUG. 7 1,041.71 

OFFICE OF HON. W. S. (BILL) STUCKEY, JR. 

BRIDGES,' ED LYNN FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 10 5,655.00 

CROSBY, R DERRY FROM JULY 10 TO AUG. 13 AND CONG AIDF, 

FROM AUG. 14 TO SEPT. 5 577.73 

DYKAS, CHARLES F LEGIS ASST, 4,509.00 

HEATH, HERMAN DUWARD FROM JULY 1 4,645.26 

JERNIGAN, WALLACE L ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

MCMILLAN, WAYNEMON FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

MEEKS, JULIAN L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 9 90.00 

MEWBORN, MARTHA SUE FROM JULY 1 8,958.35 

PERLMAN, RODNEY M FROM JULY 1 2,744.50 

PRICE, JANE WILDER FROM JULY 1 4,772.76 

R08ERTS, JOE M, JR LEGIS ASST, 11,657.76 

SCHAFFER, ROY A FROM OCT. 1 3,075.00 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM W DISTRICT AIDE, 7,727.88 

TILLMAN, ANN G CASE WORKER, 7,424.94 

OFFICE OF HON. LEONOR K. (MRS JOHN B.) SULLIVAN 

FOGLEMAN, OLA M SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 9 5,399.56 

FORTI, MICHAEL A FROM OCT. 1 600.00 

FRYE, CLAIRE TAYLOR SECRETARY, 6,360.65 

GLYNN, MARY CAY SECRETARY, 4,153.45 

HEWEY, FRANK B SECRETARY, 8,540.64 

LARUSSA, 6ERNICE A SECRETARY, 2,205.06 

LYNCH, MARIE SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 713.82 

MCGUIRE, PATRICK D INTERN, TO AUG. 31 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, TO AUG. 29 990.00 

MOORE, MARY ANN FROM JULY 30 2,600.00 

PEACOCK, ELIZABETH B SECRETARY, *. 5,975.33 

PETERSON, IRENE L ADM ASST, 9,187.31 

SILVERS, MARIE SECRETARY, 5,318.33 

WALL, OLIVE M SECRETARY, 3,641.28 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES W. SYMINGTON 

BENTLEY, SARAH CHRISTY STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 AND 

LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM AUG. 1 5,666.65 

BERNS, LINDA FROM OCT. 1 416.67 

BROWN, JAMES P FROM JULY 1 6,575.00 

CLARK, LINDA C ASST, TO JULY 31 AND ASSISTANT, FROM 

OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,166.67 

CONLON, RICHARD P FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 294.25 

ERNST, THOMAS JOHN FROM JULY 1 7,574.99 

FISCHER, JEANNE M FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 200.00 

FOGEL, RICHARD P FROM DEC. 1 175.00 

GAIL, OANIEL BENJAMIN FROM DEC. 1 333.33 

HANSEN, NANCY ELIZABETH SECRETARY 4,333.34 

HOUGHTON, CHARLES G, III FROM JULY 1 13,283.35 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 

JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued . 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES H. SYMINGTON - CONTINUED 

IGLAUER, PEGGY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 ... $900.00 

JOHNSON, MARTHA ELAINE FROM SEPT. 1 3,000.00 

KATZ, VICKY CASE WORKER, TO AUG. 31 2,000.00 

KURZ, JUDITH ANN SECRETARY, 4,625.01 

LONG, RICHARD FROM DEC. 1 133.33 

MORRISON, MARY E LEGIS ASST, 5,203.33 

NELSON, CLARK B FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 350.00 

PECK, HOLLY E FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 200.00 

SANTOS, MIRIAM M 7,849.98 

SELOEN, DAVID A FROM JULY 1 3,916.67 

TIEDE, MARSHA A OFFICE MANAGER, 5,500.02 

WILKES, ANN M SECRETARY, 3,649.98 

ZAKOTNIK, BONNIE FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 333.33 

OFFICE OF HON. BURT L. TALCOTT 

APOLLO, VALERIE S STAFF ASST, 1,200.00 

BURKE, SALLY J STAFF ASST, 5,809.92 

CARR, ROBERT W STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,400.00 

DISON, MELODY FROM OCT. I 1,455.00 

DONAHUE, THERESA B STAFF ASST, 7,562.28 

FISCHER, FREDA H STAFF ASST, 3,103.55 

HIGLESIAS, MAUREEN M FROM NOV. 10 850.00 

HONEGGER, SCOTT C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

HONEY, CAROL S STAFF ASST, 2,347.80 

HUGHES, MARITHA D STAFF ASST, 5,309.28 

HYDE, MARILYN STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

KIDO, SANORA LYNN STAFF ASST, 3,217.74 

LABARCA, HELEN CHRISTINE STAFF ASST, 4,414.50 

MACNELIS, WILLIAM J ADMIN ASST, 12,425.94 

MCBRIOE, JEANNE E STAFF ASST, 5,328.66 

MOORE, CAROLYN SMITH STAFF ASST, 3,900.00 

REDDICK, RICHARD D FROM JULY 20 6,840.00 

RESICK, THOMAS J STAFF ASST, ^, 200.00 

TERSTAPPEN, KAREN M FRCM JULY 18 3,731.67 

OFFICE OF HON. ROY A. TAYLOR 

BLACKWELL, CONNIE FROM NOV. 13 1,333.33 

BOBROWSKI, TEMPIE M EXEC SECRETARY, 7,375.02 

CHEPP, DOROTHY E FROM JULY 1 6,137.52 

CLARKE, DUMONT CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 18 180.00 

ENGLISH, FRANCES F SECRETARY, 5,000.01 

ENSLEY, CARROLL DEAN FROM JULY 19 TO AUG. 26 380.00 

HEDGECOCK, RUTH V SECRETARY, 5,569.98 

HOOPER, CORNELIA L PERSONAL SECTY, TO AUG. 31 1,089.58 

MALLONEE, THOMAS L DIST ASST, 10,825.02 

MUSE, JEANNE WHITNEY SECTY, 2,637.48 

OWENS, ANN NICHOLSON SECRETARY, 4,625.00 

SELLERS, DIANNE CECILIA FRCM OCT. 16 1,770.83 

SHAW, LUTHER W ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

WILLIAMS, MARILOU H SECRETARY, 4,800.00 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES M. TEAGUE 

GERRICK, SUSAN SECRETARY, 5,278.98 

GRETHER, JOHN M STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 9 390.00 

KEITH, KATHRYN M CLERK, 6,428.02 

KELLEY, DIANE R SECRETARY 4,346.40 

MILLIGAN, MARSHALL CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

OMALLEY, CHARLOTTE C SECRETARY, 6,373.54 

PENN, REMONA V CLERK-TYPIST, 4,061.76 

SCHACK, ELISABETH H SECRETARY, 4,291.65 

SEEGER, CHARLES M LEGIS ASST, TO SEPT. 15 AND CLERK, 

FROM SEPT. 16 TO OCT. 7 AND DIST PEP, 

FRCM NOV. 7 5,828.94 

SEEGER, CHRISTOPHER C LEGIS ASST, 7,530.00 

TATE, JANICE RICHARDSON SECRETARY, 5,047.50 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES M. TEAGUE - CONTINUED 



TOLLEFSON, BONNIE P SECRETARY, TO NOV. 12 AND CLERK, FROM 

NOV. 13 

WALTERS, THERESA E SECRETARY, 

WINKLER, MONTGOMERY K CLERK, 

WOOTTON, MICHAEL J FROM AUG. 10 TO SEPT. 15 

OFFICE OF HON. OLIN E. TEAGUE 

BALE, MARGARET J CLERK, 

BROOKSHIRE, DEBORAH C FROM NOV. 1 

COOPER, DON FROM SEPT. 1 

CORBETT, MARY JO CLERK, 

CULLINAN, GERALD CLERK, 

DAVIS, EDWIN W CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

DROZD, LEON F, JR CLERK, 

FLETCHER, HELEN LEE CLERK, 

GARRETT, JUDITH ANN CLERK, TO OCT. 15 

GOLDEN, STEPHEN L CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

HOWARD, MARY BEVERLY 

K03RIN, BRUCE N CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

LAWRENCE, JOHN WEBB CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 

LEVINE, JOHN FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 31 

LOCKETT, AUDREY A FROM JULY 1 

MEADOWS, JANE SUSANNE CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 .... 

MEADOWS, SYLVIA ELISE FROM DEC. 1 

VASQUEZ, JUAN M FROM DEC. 11 

WILLIAMS, KATHERINE W CLERK, TO NOV. 30 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN H. TERRY 

BENEDICT, CAMERON R RESEARCH ASST, 

CALKINS, JOHN T FROM JULY 1 

DAORISON, F GIBSON, JR ADMIN ASST, 

EMERY, NANCY BAKER FROM SEPT. I TO NOV. 30 

FALLON, THOMAS J CLERK, TO JUNE 30 

FOTI, MARY G LIAISON OFFICER, 

GOLDMAN, HARRY H FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

HARPSTER, INGRID G A SECTY, 

HISERODT, RONALD C FROM JULY 12 TO AUG. 11 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO 
AUG. 15 

JUTTON, ARTHUR A DIST REP., 

KEEFER, L JOANNE SECRETARY, 

KLING, BARBARA C FROM OCT. 10 

LOOMIS, DOROTHY S SECRETARY, 

MINTER, ELIZABETH ANN CASEWORKER, TO SEPT. 15 

NORMAN, PAUL CHASE CLERK, 

RAMIREZ, SUSAN H LEGIS SECRETARY, 

RANDOLPH, THOMAS F FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

SHEFLETT, GERALDINE W OFFICE MGR , 

STRINGFELLOW, WENDELL FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

THOMPSON, RICHARD LEON FROM JULY 1 

TOMENGA, MICHAEL K CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 

WALKER, JO ELLEN SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 22 

OFFICE OF HON. FLETCHER THOMPSON 

AGNEW, LEA E RECEPT I ONI ST-STENO, 

BELBACK, PATRICIA A CLERK, 

3URKITT, NORA K STENOGRAPHER, 

CARDACI, FLORENCE T STENOGRAPHER, 

G ILL I S, SHARON R FROM JULY 1 

HENSCH C , LE ANN R FROM JULY 1 

KITCHIN, LOUIS L, JR BRANCH OFFICE MGR, 

NOBLE, SCOTT CLERK, TO AUG. 11 

PARKER, THOMAS C, JR ADMIN ASST, 

PHILLIPS, MARIANNE CLERK, 

PILEWICZ, PETER G FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 16 AND CLERK, FROM 

JULY 17 

RICE, ROMAN K, III DISTRICT FIELD REP, 

STECKBECK, GERTRUDE R LEGIS ASST, 

TUCKER, SUSAN STENOGRAPHER, 



$2,839.98 

4,255.98 

15,300.00 

627.37 



11,550.00 
1,500.00 
2,666.68 
5,250.00 
1,600.02 

450.00 
5,566.67 
5,100.00 
2,245.85 
1,233.34 
3, 100.02 
1, 166.66 
1,925.01 

855.55 
7,999.98 
1,749.99 

583.33 

416.67 
2,916.65 



5,510.00 

1,053.14 

15,300.00 

1,564. 15 

250.00 
4, 129.26 

166.67 
4,474.98 



300.00 
7,576.40 
7,264.98 
2,475.01 
3,214.80 
2,523.65 
1,318.74 
4,431.00 

140.83 
6,094.89 

112.97 
9,183.32 

300.00 
1,822.23 



5,228.76 
4,000.02 
3,000.00 
5,228.76 
4,C50.00 
5,2 2 8.76 
13,050.00 
615.00 
7,384.98 
5,050.02 

2, 346.67 
5,500.02 
6,000.00 
4,249.98 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. FLETCHER THOMPSON - CONTINUED 

WILLIAMS, MARY CLAUDINE CLERK, $3,000.00 

WRISLEY, ALLEN B, JR FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 26 4G0.00 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK THOMPSON, JR. 

BLAUSTEIN, HARRIET H SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 1,278.70 

BROWN, DANIEL ROBERT ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 5 2,759.96 

COHEN, CAROLYN EILEEN SECRETARY, 7,331.64 

DEGASPERIS, REGINA FROM JULY 1 4,399.73 

DEITZ, WILLIAM T ADM ASST, 15,289.02 

GABERLAVAGE, GEORGE J CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND AIDE, FROM AUG. 

1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 5 TO SEPT. 

30 ANO ASST, FROM OCT. 1 3,576.69 

HEDDEN, JAMES C AIDE, TO AUG. 31 AND CLERK, FROM SEPT. 

1 3,168.00 

KANIEWSKI, DONALD J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 AND 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 2,505.00 

KELLC, BARBARA A FROM AUG. 21 2,347.24 

LANGLEY, OORRIE L SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 795.30 

LATHAM, THOMAS W 2,500.02 

MATCHO, CHERYL G SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 1,754.78 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

NEW80ULD, PETER E CLERK, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

PADGETT, FAYE M CASE WORKER, 9,753.69 

PAVIS, STARR FROM DEC. 8 237.00 

REVELES, ROBERT A FROM SEPT. 18 8,688.12 

RISDON, ANNE WM SECTY, TO OCT. 31 2,50C00 

SAAMS, VIRGINIA M CLERK, 4,373.63 

SELBY, CHERYL ANN FROM AUG. 24 1,058.33 

SULLIVAN, KATHLEEN M FROM SEPT. 1 2,360.00 

ZAKOTNIK, JOHN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 525.00 

OFFICE OF HON. VERNON W. THOMSON 

DENNIS, WILLIAM J, JR STAFF ASST, 9,812.50 

FILLIUS, SUSAN CLERK, 3,774.98 

FOLEY, JOSEPHINE F 6,296.32 

GILLIGAN, JEAN W 10,114.98 

HANNEMAN, RICHARD L DISTRICT REP, 10,287.52 

HENRY, KERMIT F 1,235.52 

HOPPE, JOHN DAVID CLERK, TO AUG. 31 900.00 

LEE, ELLIS A 8.619.0C 

PROCTOR, JOHN B FIELD REP, 7,500.00 

PROSSER, CLIFFORD L, JR 1,405.00 

RUSSELL, CHRISTINE A INTERN, 4,200.00 

SMITH, KRISTIN SUSANNA CLERK, TO NOV. 30 3,325.00 

WEIDENKOPF, ALICE A FROM JULY 1 4,000.02 



OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES THONE 



AYPES, JOSEPH WARREN 

BEAM, CLARENCE ARLEN 
BERG, ANNE ALL ISON 
BRUCE, IMOGENE P 
DEITEMEYER, RAMONA W 
DOUGLAS, SUSAN 
DUTTON, JAN E 
GOING, WAYNE R 
HALTERMAN, RACHEL 
HASSELBALCH, MARILYN 
JOHNSON, LOWELL C 
JORGENSEN, GERALD R 
MAKOWKA, ALICE BROWN 
PALMER, WILLIAM H 
PARDE, FRANCEIL M 

PECKHAM, VICTORIA B 
PILCHER, DEBORAH J 
ROSS, REBECCA L 



FROM JULY I TO SEPT. 10 AND FROM NOV. 

8 2,391.65 

DISTREP 2,550.00 

RECEPTIONIST, 3,700.02 

OIST SECRETARY, 4,225.02 

SECRETARY, 4,750.02 

CASEWORKER, 5,550.00 

FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 500.00 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 241.67 

FROM JULY 1 8,749.98 

FROM DEC. 1 350.00 

FIELD REP, 3,049.98 

SPECIAL ASST, 8,700.00 

FROM SEPT. 1 2,125.00 

FROM JULY 1 13,200.00 

FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 AND 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM NCV . 1 4,041.66 

FROM JULY 1 7,600.02 

SECTY, TO AUG. 31 1,083.34 

SECTY, TO AUG. 31 650.00 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES THONE - CONTINUED 

WALKER, LINDA CAROL FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

JULY 20 1400.00 

WALLER, ROBIN ANN FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 30 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 31 1,366.68 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT 0. TIERNAN 

ALLARD, DONNA MARY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

ANELLO, DIANE D SECTY, 4,500.00 

CLEMENT, EDWARD F 11,710.50 

CONLEY, PATRICK T CLERK, 4,999.98 

DEVALERIO, GLEN FROM SEPT. 1 1,866.68 

HAGAN, WILLIAM, II ADM ASST, 11,024.76 

HELDRICH, SARAH ANN FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 18 746.67 

HOBIN, JOHN M, JR FROM NOV. 10 TO NOV. 30 561.00 

KEFALAS, DOLORES C SECRETARY, 4,958.52 

MARGESON, ANDREW JAMES LEGIS ASST, 4,456.26 

MASTRONARDI, ANNA D SECRETARY, 5,145.30 

MCALLISTER, JOSEPHINE PERSONAL SECTY, 6,382.74 

MCCABE, MARY E FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 19 1,574.43 

MCGOVERN, ROSALIND E FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 10 3,922.23 

MURPHY, ANNE G EXEC ASST, 7,068.48 

OMALLEY, PAUL F FROM DEC. 1 400.67 

PESATURO, GAELE S SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 7C3.33 

SCANLON, ROBERT E STAFF ASST, TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 6,627.83 

SMITH, MATTHEW J FROM DEC. 1 400.67 

WELCH, FRANCIS C FROM OCT. 20 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 

1 1,249.45 

OFFICE OF HON. MORRIS K. UDALL 

ALONGE, MICHAEL S FROM SEPT. 1 4,333.32 

BEATY, ORREN, JR CLERK, 2,597.84 

BOUCHARD, BRUCE E FROM JULY 1 2,933.34 

BRACY, TERRENCE L 12,645.66 

BROOKS, MARY C CLERK, 2,700.00 

DYE, ROY AUGUSTUS, III RESEARCH ASST, 1,054.98 

FELIX, FRANK J CLERK, TO JULY 4 42.22 

GREEN, MICHAEL D CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

JACKSON, DOLORES A CLERK, 4,941.68 

JACOBS, DONALD IRA CLERK, 1,699.98 

KELL, BONNIE C CLERK, 6,608.52 

LANGSTON, LINDA M CLERK, 6,000.00 

LEWIS, ROGER K 12,127.98 

PRAY, PRIOR 3,969.00 

ROGERS, LORRAINE G CLERK, 3,456.23 

STEINMAN, STANLEY J CLERK, 3,798.00 

WARFIELD, PAMELA T CLERK, 4,716.66 

OFFICE OF HON. AL ULLMAN 

ALBERGER, WILLIAM R FROM JULY 1 6,250.02 

ARONSON, JACQUELTNE C SECRETARY, 4,747.50 

CHAVEZ, ADELENE C SECRETARY, 5,776.02 

CHERNIKOFF, BONNIE SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 5 6,087.71 

CLUM, LORRAINE E SECRETARY, 1,845.00 

CONFORTI, PEGGY R SECRETARY, 5,560.02 

CONMY, JAMES M PRESS ASST, 6,250.02 

COX, LOREN CHARLES ADM ASST, 12,250.02 

HAIGHT, ISABELL M SECRETARY, 2,997.48 

LAMOIS, MARY T FROM OCT. 5 1,791.67 

MCLEES, SUZANNE E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

MULLINS, PAMELA Y SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

ULLMAN, AUDREY K APPT SECRETARY, 7,900.02 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. LIONEL VAN DEERLIN 



AKERSTEIN, WILLIAM J FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH, FROM OCT. 1 .... $6,999.99 

CONLON, RICHARD P ASST, TO AUG. 31 200.00 

CULBERTSON, CAMDEN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 . 1,033.33 

KENNEDY, PATRICK F RESEARCHER, TO JULY 31 666.67 

KLEIN, CAROLE J SECRETARY 4,500.00 

MCLAREN, JOHN H LEGIS ASST, 12,666.67 

MENDOZA, YOLANDA A FROM JULY 1 3,033.32 

MURILLO, RUDY P CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 AND LEGIS RESEARCH, 

FROM DEC. 1 2,083.32 

PFEIFFER, KAREN W CLERK-TYPIST, 4,000.02 

PIENTA, LILLIAN L FROM JULY I TO SEPT. 30 AND SECTY, 

FROM OCT. 1 4,699.98 

RHODES, ROBERT RAMON FIELD REP, 12,666.67 

SMITH, SIEGMUND W ADM ASST, 13,000.02 

STANLEY, GLORIA DEAN FROM JULY 1 3.750.0G 

STASZEWSKI, CAROL A SECRETARY, 6,499.98 

ZAKOTNIK, BONNIE FROM SEPT. 1 400.00 

OFFICE OF HON. GUY VANDER JAGT 

ARTHURHULTZ, PHILLIP FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 6,815.35 

DOYLE, MOLLY SECRETARY 4,070.32 

GIBSON, JAMES F CLERK, 11,049.02 

GIBSON, NANCY L SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 586.00 

HAWLEY, JONATHAN P LEGIS ASST, 14,220.84 

HORNBECK, WILLIAM J FROM JULY 23 TO AUG. 29 370.00 

HUNTER, NAN S FROM OCT. 1 551.66 

KNILL, BONNIE JEAN 1,512.15 

MARTIN, SARAH M SECRETARY, 10,159.26 

MCCLELLAND, J F, III CLERK 717.17 

MORSE, STEPHEN R CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 22 380.00 

NAGELVOORT, BERNARD C ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

PAVLIC, JANE V 5,729.65 

RAYMOND, BRUCE M CLERK, 1,440.74 

ROBERTS, MARGARET B FROM DEC. 1 125.00 

ROBERTSON, SUSAN 6,061.24 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES A. VANIK 

BLOCK, BRUCE ALAN FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 314.00 

DEITRICK, SALLY LYNN STAFF ASSISTANT, 3,600.00 

EOWARDS, PATRICIA STAFF ASST, 3,600.00 

FAULB, SUSAN STAFF ASST, 3,600.00 

HACHEN, OAVID S, JR FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 883.33 

HARRIS, BAR8ARA D FROM JULY 1 TG JULY 31 924.00 

JONES, SAMUEL CRAIG FRCM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 572.33 

KASELAK, JOSEPH E "STAFF ASST, 7,337.40 

KONDAS, LAURA J FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 416.67 

MCNAUGHTON, PATRICIA STAFF ASST, 3,798.00 

MILCOFF, LAUREL STAFF ASST, 3,798.00 

MOORE, BOB R FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,224.66 

MORRISON, EDWARD F FROM NOV. 16 TO DEC. 15 1,398.34 

PEOLEY, JAMES K FROM AUG. 1 4,033.34 

REDLICK, DAVID FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 450. OC 

RILEY, JOHN FROM JULY 1 2,597.82 

SALETTEL, MAURFEN A FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 3C AND FROM DEC. 

1 1,621.75 

SIMMONS, CARLA FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 416.67 

SPIRO, ALAN M FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 450.00 

STRANGE, JAMES K FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 ANO FROM SEPT. 

1 TO OCT. 31 AND FPCM DEC. 1 2,100.96 

TALISMAN, MARK E ADM ASST, TO NOV. 15 AND FROM DEC. 16 12,750.00 

TERNANSKY, STELLA N STAFF ASST, 3,301.75 

THOMAS, JEANNE-MARIE FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

TOMASEK, DIANE E FROM SEPT. 1 2,333.34 

VAUGHAN, WILLIAM K, JP FROM JULY 1 9,503.27 

VICTORY, THOMAS, JR FROM OCT. I TO OCT. 31 583.33 

WIEN, SANDRA FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 500.00 

WYSOCKI, LAURELIE STAFF ASST, 6,198.48 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. VICTOR V. VEYSEY 

ABERNATHY, GARY MICHAEL PRESS ASST, $7,585.02 

BOYLAN, NELSON R FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 31 440.00 

EBERLE, HAROLD F, JR ADM ASST, TO NOV. 19 11,765.19 

GEIER, ROBERT A FROM DEC. IB 1,105.00 

GRAHAME, MARTHA W LEGIS SECY, 5,275.02 

HAGERTY, KENNETH C LEGIS ASST, 7,923.00 

HOLLINGSWORTH, DAN DISTRICT REP, 6,682.98 

JACKSON, PATRICIA ANNE CLERK, TO NOV. 30 1,000.00 

JAMES, DORA L SECRETARY, 6,451.02 

JONES, BARBARA ANN CLERK, 4,999.98 

LEE, KITTY M CLERK, TO JULY 16 160.00 

LOCKWOOD, CHARLES K CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 16 160.00 

MAH, JUANITA HUN FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 15 AND CLERK, 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 390.00 

MEYERS, HOWARD H FROM JULY I 3,300.00 

MILLER, SUE A DISTRICT SECRETARY, 3,513.00 

RILEY, MARY ELIZABETH DISTRICT MANAGER, 6,904.50 

RUSSELL, CARL R FROM SEPT. 1 1,000.00 

WEISSMAN, ALICE J SECRETARY, 4,114.50 

WILLIAMS, JOANNA RUTH DISTRICT SECRETARY, 3,513.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH P. VIGORITO 

BARBER, JOANNE FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 1,366.67 

BURMASTER, LINOA L FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,500.00 

CAPUTO, LANA FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,250.00 

CIANFLOCCO, CYNTHIA E FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,250.00 

CLEIS, WILLIAM EARL STAFF AIDE, TO AUG. 31 1,100.00 

COCHRAN, JOHN MARK FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 1,366.67 

COLE, CHARLES HOWARD FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,000.00 

DEARBORN, HAZEL A FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 325.00 

DEDAD, MARY JO FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 1,366.67 

DEMARCO, DALE R FRGM DEC. 1 650.00 

DEVITO, BETTY J FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 375.00 

DOWtING, CATHERINE ANNE CLERK-TYPIST, 3,450.00 

FANONE, JOSEPH FROM DEC. 1 525.00 

FORKER, HENRY PORTFR, IV FROM DEC. 1 1,000.00 

JIULIANTE, JESSAMINE S FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,250.00 

JOBES, MARY MARGARET FRO" JULY 1 TO JULY 31 1,366.67 

KERN, PAMELA FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 1,366.67 

KOMISIN, NATALIE ANNE FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 700.00 

KOZIARA, ANGEL INE SECTY, 3,600.00 

KURPIEWSKI, SYLVIA M SECRETARY, 3,900.00 

LAVISH, SANDRA JEAN CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 31 1,250.00 

LOVE, JACQUELINE A SECRETARY, 2,loG.CO 

MONAGHAN, FRANCES T SECTY-REC EPT ION I ST , 4,500.00 

MOSKALCZYK, SHIRLEY A FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 600.00 

NOVAK, MARGARET E LEGIS SECTY, 4,500.00 

OGDEN, ROSE M FRCM DEC. 1 1,000.00 

OSULLIVAN, MARIANNE E CASEWORKER, 4,100.00 

OTOOLE, ROBERT A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

STAFF AIDE, FROM SEPT. I TO SEPT. 30 . 975.00 

OUTRAKIS, GEORGE FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 2,000.00 

PELADEAU, MARIUS B PRESS SECRETARY, 8,700.00 

PHILLIPS, PATTI L FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,100.00 

SCHUMACHER, SHARON ANN FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,000.00 

SIMONETTA, MARIE J FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 700.00 

SKARICA, NATALIE FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 2,000.00 

SZABO, LYNN ANN CLERK-TYPIST, 3,450.00 

TONTY, CHRISTINE E FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 1,366.67 

TURNER, PAULINE M FRCM DEC. 1 2,000.00 

WALSH, ELEANOR S SECRETARY 5,550.00 

WIESEN, THOMAS J STAFF AIDE, 3,300.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOE D. WAGGONNER, JR. 

ANDERSON, JANE C FROM OCT. 24 1,786.67 

BATT, DAVID L ADMINISTRATIVE ASST, 11,452.50 

6ATT, JOYCE D CLERK, 1,529.76 

BEDSOLE, BRENDA JEANNE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 200.00 

BULCAO, DOUGLAS W LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 12,459.16 

CARNAHAN, JOAN BARBARA CLERK, TO JULY 31 500.00 

DAVIS, ROSEMARY INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

DIA8, PAMELA KAY CLERK 5,214.00 

GIBSON, ETHEL FLORENE FROM JULY 10 4,275.00 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. JOE D. WAGGONNER, JR. - CONTINUED 



HACKETT, ELAINE AIKEN 
HARDY, ELIZABETH C 
HOPPER, HATTIE 
KENT, DAVID 
"KRAMER, CLAIRE R 
LA3AR3ERA, BILLIE D 
NELSON, GEOPGE D, JR 
R03ICHEAUX, VIRGINIA [ 
RUTHERFORD, JANICE B 
WILLIAMS, CHARLOTTE AT 



CLERK, $6,208.35 

FROM SEPT. 1 2,766.68 

CLERK, 7,576.74 

CLERK, 1,266.00 

CLERK, 1,635.24 

FROM OCT. 24 1,786.67 

INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 15 434.50 

CLERK, 5,847.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 16 1,800.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JEROME R. WALDIE 

RAINE, CHARLENE STAFF AIDE, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 

14 

8IANCALANA, LOLA M DIST SECRETARY, 

CQLARICH, MARCELLA 8 DISTRICT OFFICE AIDE, 

CROSS, RICHARD D FROM AUG. 16 TO NOV. 16 

EVANS, ORDEAN DISTRICT OFFICE AIDE, 

EWING, SARA ALMAND FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 30 

FEGEL, JOAN C ASST SECTY, TO SEPT. 3C AND STAFF 

ASST, FROM OCT. I 

FERGUSON, ERWIN A DIST REP., 

FINDLEY, THOMAS W DISTRICT STAFF AIDE, TO AUG. 15 

GRATZ, DINA J DISTRICT AIDE, TO AUG. 12 

HANSEN, ERIC FROM DEC. 1 

HINKLE, WILMA B FROM NOV. 17 TO DEC. 16 

LAIRD, JOHN SCOTT FROM AUG. 15 

LEWIS, MIRIAM ELIZABETH FROM JULY 1 

LUM3, CAROL P FROM AUG. 24 

MARIN, IRENE STAFF AIDE - DIST OFF, 

MCGRATH, PAMELA R RECEPTIONIST-AIDE, 

MCNAMARA, KATHLEEN FROM JULY 7 TO AUG. 31 AND FILE CLERK, 

FROM SEPT. 1 

NELSON, FRANCES FROM JULY 19 TO JULY 23 

ROCKWELL, RAY T FROM SEPT. 1 

SCHPEIBER, ANN F EXEC. SECRETARY, 

SEWELL, ROBERT DALTON FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

JULY 31 

WARD, VIRGINIA JO ASST SECTY, TO AUG. 14 

WEEKS, SUSAN D FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 6 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 31 

WHATFORD, ROBERT P FROM DEC. 17 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM C. WAMPLER 

BLEVINS, GLENDA A SECRETARY, 

COUNTISS, ARTHUR A, JR MGR-OIST OFFICE, 

DOTSON, JAMES RAY ADMIN. ASST., , 

ENGLEHART, MARION E SECRETARY, , 

GILLENWATER, MARTHA J SECRETARY, 

GILLESPIE, DONALD M FIELD REP., ■ 

HARSHBARGER, JEANNIE C SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 

HIMMELMAN, DEHLIA M FROM NOV. 13 , 

HODGES, SUZANNE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 

KILBOURNE, TEDDY L SECTY 

LINDAMOOD, GORDON W FIELD REP., , 

MEADE, PEGGY ANN FROM DEC. 1 

MILLER, JOSEPHINE L SECRETARY, , 

MORRIS, PATRICIA W SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 , 

OGDEN, MARILYNN L SECRETARY, 

RASNICK, MYRNA C SECRETARY, , 

ROBINSON, M KEVENEY FROM OCT. 1 

SOUDER, NANCY M SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 3C 

THORNTON, MARGARET ANN SECTY, 



3,096.54 
5,674.98 
4, 167.48 
3,033.33 
4, 167.48 
2,333.32 

3,843.75 

12,349.98 

1,500.00 

7 3 5.00 

500.00 

1,000.00 

3,400.00 

4,431.00 

2,645.83 

2,700.00 

2,916.66 

2, 824.99 

76.39 

1,528.33 

11,749.98 



616.67 
953.33 



680. OC 
350. OC 



3,825.00 
7,995.48 
13,050.00 
5,982.48 
4,999.98 
5.758.9P 
2,416.65 

416.67 

560.00 
4, 125. OC 
6,009.00 

416.67 
2.400.0C 

910.43 
6,977.50 
5,758.98 
1,749.99 
3,019.26 
2,142.51 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN HARE 



BALDWIN, PAMELA U SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 

GRAFTON, HARRY C, JR EXEC. ASSISTANT, 

HUFF, ALAN N CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 

IRWIN, IRMA J SECRETARY, 

PITT, THOMAS A SECTY, 

RAMSEY, S JEAN , SECRETARY 

ROSS, ELEANOR R SECRETARY, 

SKINNER, MARGARET MARY SECRETARY, 

SPEAKMAN, JAMES D EXEC. ASSISTANT, 

WEAVER, SALLIE K 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES W. WHALEN, JR. 

BROWN, CHRISTINE S CLERK-SECRETARY 

CAGE, RICHARD CABELL FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

CULLEN, COLETTE A RECEPTIONIST, 

FRANK, ALFRED S, JR ADMIN ASST, 

GARBER, LYNN CLERK-SECRETARY, 

HARRINGTON, HOPE R SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 1 

HENTZ, HARRIET L CLERK-SECRETARY, 

LEWIS, WILLIAM J, III CL ER K- I NTE RN , TO AUG. 31 

LOWREY, GEORGE M 

MILES, BEVERLY ANN CLERK-SECRETARY, 

MOONEY, PATRICIA A LEGI S ASST, 

NEVIN, JAMES B G CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 

PETRONI, HEATHER M FROM SEPT. I 

RENDON, MARTIN CLERK-SUPERVISOR, TO AUG. 31 AND 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 

STEPONKUS, WILLIAM P 

WICK, WILLIAM DAVID CLERK, 

WIEDMAN, WANDA L CLERK-SECRETARY, 



$1,300,00 

12,750.00 

590.00 

7,099.98 

5, 190.00 

3,600.00 

3, 180.00 

3,750.00 

9.27C.00 

13,770.00 



4,173.20 

1,299.99 

3,250.02 

12,460. 17 

4,603.98 

1,787.97 

6,989.16 

866.66 

5,977.44 

3,499.98 

7, 190.53 

560.00 

2,600.00 

1,601.66 

12,050.70 

1,679.66 

6,591.90 



OFFICE OF HON. J. IRVING WHALLEY 



ABRASHOFF, ANNE MARIE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

FROM JULY I TO AUG. 31 

ABRASHOFF, CONSTANCE TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 11 

BEHLKE, JOHN W FROM DEC. 1 

DESHAY, J D FROM JULY 1 

ENCE, RONALD K 

ENTREKIN, HEATHER S FROM OCT. 1 

JORDAN, WILLIAM A FROM DEC. 1 

KOGUT, JULIA W 

LESKO, GILDA L 

ROBINE, JAMES P 

SEESE, JUDITH 

SMITH, BARBARA R TO NOV. 15 

TROXELL, D HAROLD 

ZIANTS, JOHN F FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

ZYGMUNT, VICTORIA H TO AUG. 12 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD C. WHITE 

ACOSTA, TERESA STAFF ASST, 

BEASLEY, JEAN CHILDERS FROM OCT. 13 

BRAND, MICHELE ANN FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

BURTON, IRENE STAFF ASST 

CHUN, KAREN M S H FROM JULY 1 

DAFFRON, JESSE L STAFF ASST, 

FIERRO, ENRIOUETA G STAFF ASST, 

GLASSCOCK, ROBERT J FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

JAMES, BETT1E J SECRETARY-STAFF ASST, 

LOPING, TONDRIA STAFF ASST, 

MOORE, BARRON B STAFF ASSISTANT, 

NEMESNYIK, ILONA J TO OCT. 31 

PATTILLO, MARY LOU FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 

POAGE, ALLAN L STAFF ASST, 

POTTER, BARBARA J FRCM JULY 1 

RICHESON, HAWLEY 

WHITTEN, DIANE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 

WILSON, MICHAEL J STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 

WORRALL, DONNA STAFF ASST, 

YOUNG, LINDA LEE FROM AUG. 12 



1, 136.67 
2,252.80 
800.00 
8,584.48 
8,375.98 
2, 108.33 
1,500.00 
11,264.02 
8,721.52 
8,576.50 
2,717.50 



3, 108.33 

5,445.00 

700.00 

1,309.59 



4,541.68 
1,950.00 

500.00 
6,900.00 
5,684.54 
4,961.52 
5, 329.52 

500.00 
5,400.00 
4,960.40 
3,600.00 
3,066.68 

450.00 

2,925.00 

5,684.54 

11,833.34 

750. OC 

666.67 
4,716.67 
4,574.94 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. G. WILLIAM WHITEHURST 

AKER, BARBARA J FROM SEPT. 1 $2,500.00 

ANDERSON, LESLIE E OFFICE STAFF, TO AUG. 31 650.00 

BEVERIDGE, PAMELA J FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 180.00 

BISHOP, BARRY CRAIG SUMMER INTERN, TO AUG. 31 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 19 990.00 

BOYLES, BLANCHE M FROM NOV. 1 1,500.00 

COE, PAULA SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 100.00 

DRAGO, CHARLES G LEGIS ASST, 10,075.02 

GEORGELAKOS, EVANGELINE SECRETARY, 4,375.02 

GOLDMAN, PATRICIA A STAFF ASSISTANT, 1,500.00 

KRUPA, LINDA FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 23 120.00 

OBRIEN, MARY K SECRETARY, 5,425.02 

POWELL, VICTOR PRESS ASST, 1C.C75.02 

SADDLER, VALERIE S CLERK, TO AUG. 18 800.00 

SHAFFER, GWENDLYN G 5,925.00 

SPALDING, RICHARD FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 180.00 

STAFFORD, ROSEMARY J SECRETARY, 7,000.02 

THOMPSON, R BURNETT AOMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

TOWERS, KATHLEEN M RECEPTIONIST, 4,999.98 

WASSERMAN, VERENAC SECRETARY, 4,300.02 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMIE L. WHITTEN 

ALVIS, R EVELYN FROM JULY 1 5,500.02 

BISHOP, MARION F ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 30 AND 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASST, FROM OCT. 1 15,150.00 

DAVIS, LILA LYNETTE CLERK 4,694.58 

DUKE, LEONARD C 1,663.98 

ELLIOTT, BENTON W FROM JULY 1 2,370.00 

GODWIN, EVELYN P CLERK, 5,485.02 

HUGHES, MORELLA K 2,181.54 

JOHNSON, VIRGINIA S FROM JULY 1 7,000.02 

MULLEN, CATHERINE 2,423.16 

PALMER, LINDA JOAN CLERK, 4,999.98 

SANDERS, MARY ALICE FROM JULY 1 10,000.02 

SNEED, MARY ALICE 4,641.87 

WATSON, ANN T FROM DEC. 15 480.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM B. WIONALL 

ASCHENDORFF, MURIEL 5,765.10 

SRANDA, JOYCE R CLERK, TO AUG. 10 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, TO AUG. 10 533.33 

BRUCKNER, LAWRENCE STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

GASTON, SARAH J 7,035.00 

HIGHBERGER, WILLIAM F STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 18 926.67 

MCDONOUGH, VIRGINIA M 8,902.56 

MCGONAGLE, JOHN J, JR OFFICE ASST, 3,250.02 

MILNES, MARGARET M SECRETARY, 6,304.26 

REINHOLD, CARL D 9,709.38 

SHAY, BEVERLY J EXEC SECRETARY, 15,300.00 

WEAVER, BETTY A CLERK, 1,000.02 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES E. WIGGINS 

BARTHOLOMEW, SHIRLEY L CASEWORKER, 4,875.02 

CAMPEN, JULIA ANNE SECTY, TO AUG. 31 900.00 

CASTRO, FORTUNATO COMMUNITY REP, 1,090.15 

COVINGTON, CARY R FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 625. OC 

ORESSEN, JANE B EXEC SECTY, 5,658.35 

DURCH, WILLIAM J STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND LEGIS 

STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 5 3,032.18 

FOOTE, JOHN E DIST REP, 9,820.83 

GAYLE, MARYELLEN SECRETARY, 3, 440. CO 

HAMMOND, JUDY PRESS ASST, TO NOV. 30 U25C.00 

HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D DIR TASK FCE ENERGY £ RESOURCE, TO 

JULY 31 100.00 

LIEBERG, GLADYS MAY LEGIS ASST, 9,559.60 

MORAN, ROSA ELVA SECRETARY, 1,362.50 

ROWLAND, JPATRICK AOMIN ASST, 14,861.66 

STANALAND, SONDRA L SECRETARY, 4,510.98 

TURMALA, JEAN T LEGIS SECRETARY, 4,969.07 

TURNETTE, NORMAN L FROM DEC. 1 1,500.00 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. LAWRENCE G. WILLIAMS 

BAILEY, JO ANN MARIE LEGIS ASST, $6,200.00 

BLASCHKE, JUDITH WOODS CASE WOPKER, 6,233.34 

BROOKES, JAMES E ADM ASST, 9,156.68 

BURRELL, MARTHA ANN SECTY, 5,350.00 

CLEMENT, DAVID D SPECIAL ASST, 8,666.66 

JONES, NANCY E CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 25 794.44 

MATLIN, ROBIN 6 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

MORRONE, JOANNE PRESS SECRETARY, 4,715.02 

NOBLE, IRENE E SECRETARY, 2,509.98 

NOCITO, COLLEEN SECRETARY, 3,930.00 

P\GE, MARY JEAN FROM AUG. 6 910.60 

R3BINS0N, ROBERT B SPECIAL ASST, 889.98 

SASSOON, ALEXANDRA R RECEPTIONIST, 4,706.68 

SCALONE, CHARLES M SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 2,745.00 

STEPHENS, SCOTT E FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 5 505.55 

l-IESMAN, ANITA W EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT, 7,283.34 

WINTHER, PHILLIP P SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 5,329.98 

YANKOSKI, JOSEPH SPECIAL ASST, 3,510.00 

OFFICE OF HON. BOB WILSON 

BURWELL, BEULAH M CLERK, 1,840.50 

CARROLL, ARLENE R SECRETARY, 5,253.48 

DALEY, GEORGE ROBERT CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 560.00 

DUFFIELO, PHYLLIS R SECRETARY, 4,431.00 

HALL, JOELLE K SECRETARY, 3,075.00 

HEATH, KAREN S SECRETARY, 7,408.50 

LYNCH, LOUISE CLERK, 3,186.00 

NASH, ELLEN FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 4 684.63 

ODONNELL, MARJORIE SECRETARY, 9,510.48 

PARHAM, CATHERINE C SECRETARY 10,064.52 

TEDFORD, JE D E L SECRETARY, 4,333.32 

TSOMPANAS, PAUL L ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

YOUNG, MARGARET M SECRETARY, 12,301.02 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLFS H. WILSON 

ARMSTRONG, GAIL R FROM SEPT. 1 2,400.00 

ARMSTRONG, JAMES R 3,000.00 

BANKS, ° GREGORY PRESS ASST, TO SEPT. 4 1,955.56 

BRACY, RAYMOND W FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 31 300.00 

3RAND, HUGH M, JR TO AUG. 31 800.00 

BUTLER, A CHRISTINE ASSISTANT, TO JULY 15 266.67 

CARL, LYANNE T SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

FJRDIANI, ROBERT ADMIN ASST (DIST OFF), 10,800.00 

GEORGE, MYRTIS L SECTY, 4,50u.00 

HAMMER, PAT P FROM SFPT. 18 1,716.67 

HAYWARD, DAVID KENNFTH 4,350.00 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 100.00 

MURPHY, NORMA MARY EXEC SECRETARY (WASH OFF), 9,600.00 

PICKENS, WILHELM 3,000.00 

PONTIUS, JOHN SAMUELS LEGIS ASST, 8,833.33 

ROBINSON, WILLIAM E TO AUG. 31 AND TC AUG. 15 1,450.00 

ROGERS, LEE 6,174.99 

SEGAL, ED TO JULY 15 250.00 

SIMON, DIANF A SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

STOREY, VICKI L FROM JULY 17 2,915.54 

TALBERT, JUDITH A 3,958.35 

WALKER, DANIEL W FROM SEPT. 5 3,866.67 

OFFICE OF HON. LARRY WINN, JR. 

ALDERSON, MARCIA L RESEARCH CLFRK, 4,500.00 

BOND, RICHARD L 15,288.96 

BRIER, MARSHALL W, II FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FRCM SEPT. 

5 10,641.65 

DIEMER, SUSAN R CLERK, 2,329.16 

ELDER, NAN ORR 6,000.00 

EYSTER, LUCINDA CAROL CLERK, 3,750.0C 

FAYMAN, KAREN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 4 340.00 

FLANDER, MARY ANN 4,014.96 

MASONER, MEREDITH ANN FROM SEPT. 20 1,823.62 

MERRITT, GILBERT R FROM AUG. 7 TO NOV. 10 1,566.67 

MONGAN, JEAN H 5,033.46 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. LARRY WINN, JR. - CONTINUED 

MOONEY, SALLY PHILLIPS CLERK, $3,000.00 

NELSON, STEPHEN D RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 22 1,155.56 

ROME, LOU ANN CLERK, 4,964.52 

SALTZMAN, RUSSELL E PRESS AIDE, 4,000.02 

OFFICE OF HON. LESTER L. WOLFF 

BROWN, JOY MAYES STAFF ASST, 3,240.00 

CONNELLY, WILLIAM P, JR FROM SEPT. 1 2,136.00 

DEMESQUITA, JEAN B ADM ASST, 11,050.00 

GOLDEN, RHODA STAFF ASST, 3,390.00 

HICKMAN, WILLIAM R, JR STAFF, 2,520.00 

HUEGLIN, STEVEN FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

KIMBALL, ALBERT F EXEC ASST, 11,050.00 

LEVINE, HENRY D STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,152.00 

MASER, SHELBY R STAFF ASST, 4,800.00 

MILLER, GLORIA STAFF ASST, 3,300.00 

MILLER, MARC E FROM AUG. 1 5,168.00 

MITROVICH, GEORGE S DEPUTY EXEC ASST, 10,020.00 

OWENS, ROBERT STAFF ASST, 3,690.00 

PELTZ, GERTRUDE CLERK, 3,120.00 

PEPLOE, JOHN W STAFF ASST, 3,000.00 

PIRES, SHEILA A STAFF ASST, 3,690.00 

POWELL, NINA B STAFF ASST, 1,920.00 

ROBINSON, BONNIE P CLERK, 4,650.00 

WOROBOW, DAPYL L FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 500.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JIM WRIGHT 

BIARD, DOROTHY A LEGIS ASST, 5,892.00 

80DIF0RD, JIMMIE LEE 8,500.02 

BUCK, KATHERINE E SECRETARY, 3,165.00 

COLLOM, JONASUE AMMONS FROM JULY 1 4,374.99 

GEE, PATSY MARIE 2,851.02 

GONZALES, JOSE A FROM OCT. 1 1,911.99 

KANTOR, SUSAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 14 440. OC 

LENIHAN, NANCY B SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 AND SECTY, FROM 

OCT. 1 5,048.01 

LUMLEY, BARBARA R SECRETARY, 4,473.00 

LYNAM, MARSHALL L 15,288.48 

MITCHELL, KATHERINE G 7,672.02 

PERRY, PATRICIA A SECRETARY, 4,614.36 

SHOSID, JOE L 7,844.52 

WOLENS, GARY A FROM AUG. 15 TO AUG. 31 160.00 

Y0UNG3L00D, MARJORIE B SECTY, 4,749.52 

OFFICE OF HON. WENDELL WYATT 

SEALS, BRUCE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

CARLSON, LOUISE SECRETARY, 11,444.23 

DAVIS, JAMES ALLAN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 750.00 

EDWARDS, JONATHAN W FROM NOV. 1 2,366.66 

HEDGES, VIRGINIA M 4,752.78 

HENNIGE, LUCILLE M 5,088.24 

HOYT, CHARLES T 12,799.98 

JEPSEN, DONALD C 8,946.36 

JOHNSTON, RONALD ALLEN FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 

1 800.00 

KEMP, L STANLEY ADMIN ASST, 15,264.78 

KOHN, JAMES CHRISTOPHER FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,000.00 

KUGLER, GENE ANNE FROM NOV. 1 700.00 

PEARSE, ALBERTA M 6,486.18 

SEEBORG, HANNAH 1,554.98 

SOUDERS, GENE T FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,427.61 

STEPHENS, LUCILLE MAE FROM JULY 1 5,087.90 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN W. WYDLER 

AREA, STEVEN E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 23 $230.00 

BELTRONE, ARTHUR A, JR SPECIAL ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,400.00 

8UNDA, HENRIETTA CLERK, 4,249.98 

DAVIS, GLORIA J 4,708.50 

FLYNN, ELIZABETH J FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,000.00 

FRONCE, MARY ANN FROM OCT. 23 589.33 

GOERTLER, JOHN L 3,506.16 

HAMILTON, GENE M ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 31 AND ASST, PROM 

SEPT. 1 6,593.98 

HOPPEL, ELIZABETH D ADM ASST, 13,999.86 

JODA, MARY ANNE FROM DEC. 6 451.39 

JOHNSON, VIRGINIA FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,5C0.00 

KEANE, MAUREEN H CLERK, 4,500.00 

NAGEL, N B FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 18 5,032.37 

PERSHING, GLORIA I SECRETARY, 8,060.22 

PODOLNY, JANICE PAMELA FROM OCT. 5 TO NOV. 23 884.73 

PORTER, ARIANNA 5,633.70 

REILLY, HELEN M CLERK, 3,666.12 

RUBENFELD, HENRIETTA CLERK, 4,198.92 

SOLARI, MARY V CLERK, 4,750.02 

SPIEGEL, LESLIE JOAN FROM OCT. 12 1,426.40 

VARACALLI, LINDA FROM JULY 24 TO AUG. 31 370.00 

WALLACE, JOHN F, III FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,000.00 

OFFICE OF HON. CHALMERS P. WYLIE 

BAY, CAROLYN M CASEWORKER, 4,569.58 

FOULK, JACK M 10,175.02 

GIBBS, J PHILIP DIST REPRESENTATIVE, 4,999.98 

GOLDBERG, JOAN E LEGIS SECRETARY, 3,792.52 

HEIMLICH, DENISE SECTY, 2,433.34 

HOWARD, RICHARD G CLERK, TO AUG. 26 560.00 

KRUEGER, EVERETT H STAFF, TO AUG. 31 900.00 

MASON, RUTH ANN EXEC SECRETARY, 5,797.00 

MCNAMEE, DENNIS P CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 560.00 

SCHROTE, RACHEL D CLERK, 1,444.00 

WALLEY, CATHI M RECEPTIONIST, 3,845.02 

WALTER, WILLIAM REAGAN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 1,250.00 

WEBSTER, RUTH N DISTRICT EXEC SECRETARY, 5,307.52 

WEGNER, CHARLES W, JR LEGIS ASST, 7,748.95 

OFFICE OF HON. LOUIS C. WYMAN 

AHLGREN, GREGORY JOHN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

ATCHESON, KRISTIN LEE ADMIN SECRETARY, 5,749.98 

AUMAND, SHIRLEY P FROM NOV. 1 1,289.70 

BENNETT, CARO A 3,862.20 

BROWNING, SARAH L DIST STAFF ASST, 1,750.02 

CHILDRE, JANA L LEGIS SECTY, 5,100.00 

COOPER, THOMAS J FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,289.70 

DICKINSON, DOROTHEA CASEWORKER, 8,749.98 

DIETTERLE, PAUL HENRY DISTRICT ADMINISTRATOR, 4,999.98 

FOLGER, ANNE M FROM AUG. 21 TO AUG. 31 196.57 

HARRANT, JOHN D LEGIS ASST, 6,750.00 

HILBER, SARA E SECRETARY, 6,649.98 

KOTSONIS, L RUTH DIST SECRETARY, 3,499.98 

LARISON, KAREN D SECRETARY, 3,649.98 

MARTIN, HELEN B DISTRICT ASST, TO AUG. 20 AND FROM 

DEC. 1 1,572.53 

ONEIL, ELIZABETH C FROM SEPT. I TO NOV. 30 1,989.70 

PACKARD, NORMAN A DISTRICT SECRETARY, 5,749.98 

PAPATONES, JAMES N FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 700.00 

SCHIAPPA, GERARD F ADM ASST, 14,250.00 

WORDEN, BETH ANN FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 700.00 

OFFICE OF HON. SIDNEY R. YATES 

ALLEN, BARBARA W SECTY, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 5 TO 

OCT. 4 2,769.99 

BAIN, MARY ANDERSON ADM ASST, 12,649.98 

DURKOTT, JANE SAMUELSON FROM SEPT. 15 TO DEC. 17 2,066.68 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. SIDNEY R. YATES - CONTINUED 

JACOBS, NEHAMA FROM JULY 7 TO AUG. 11 AND CLERK, FROM 

AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 t840.00 

KINZER, PHYLLIS C EXEC ASST, 7,500.00 

MANIKAS, PETER M SPECIAL ASST, 6,000.00 

MANS8ACHER, URSULA STAFF ASST, 4, 437.48 

MARUSKA, DONALD LEE FROM AUG. 28 3,075.00 

MERLO, JOAN MARIE CONGRESSIONAL AIDE, TO JULY 15 250.00 

MICKELSON, JUDITH MARCY CONGRESSIONAL AIDE, TO SEPT. 15 1,250.00 

MILLER, DAWNE C FROM SEPT. 28 3,100.00 

NAOLIN, EDNA A STAFF ASST, 5,800.02 

NOGUCHI, BETTY M STAFF SPECIALIST, 6,499.98 

SCHNITZ, T JANET FROM JULY 1 332.80 

WELLS, NELOA A CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,250.00 

WHITFORD, SHIRLEY M FROM SEPT. 18 TO NOV. 10 1,177.78 

WHITTEN, DEBORAH B STENOGRAPHER, 4,200.00 

WINPISINGER, VICKIE LEE FROM SEPT. 11 2,291.67 

WOLF, NEAL L FROM OCT. 5 TO OCT. 27 460.00 

OFFICE OF HON. GUS YATRON 

BROAD, ELWOOD J FROM OCT. 1 600.00 

CAMNER, ELLEN M LEGIS ASST, 6,499.98 

CASTLEBERRY, LUELLA 8 CASE WORKER, 5,500.02 

CRANDALL, JAMFS A LEGIS ASST, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 

5 5,791.66 

DIBLASI, MARIE E FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 3,000.00 

GEMMELL, JOSEPH P ADMINISTRATIVE AIOE, TO NOV. 30 AND 

FROM DEC. 5 7,822.20 

GOLDSTAN, JANET SUSAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 560. OC 

GRAY, ANN DORAN CLERK, 1,680.56 

LAMPROS, GEORGE T FROM NOV. L 2,000.00 

MATZ, CATHERINE L FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 30 2,966.68 

MUSSELMAN, MARY JANE SECRETARY, 3,000.00 

PAULL, GEORGE 2,664.78 

RADESKY, KATHY M RECEPTIONIST, 3,625.02 

ROBERTSON, MARY B FROM JULY 1 10,248.00 

SAHM, SHARON M STENOGRAPHER, 3,000.00 

SAUERS, LOUIS M FROM JULY 1 7,625.01 

STEVENS, VERONICA T OFFICE MANAGER, 4,999.98 

OFFICE OF HON. C. W. BILL YOUNG 

ARNOLD, PAULINE ANN CLERK (SECRETARY) 4,000.02 

CONWAY, JOYCE E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 26 560.00 

CRETEKOS, GEORGE N STAFF ASST, 5,749.98 

DESUTTER, DIANE C ASST-SECTY, 2,874.99 

GLASSMAN, ELLEN JO CLERK-SECTY, 3,100.02 

GREGORY, DOUGLAS M DISTRICT ASSISTANT, 7,000.02 

KYLE, WILLIAM JAMES FROM OCT. 1 3,000.00 

MCKINNON, GENEAN H 'CLERK, 4,000.02 

MILLER, BARBARA H CLERK-LEGIS ASST, 6,300.00 

NELLIUS, RICHARD SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 12,499.98 

NESBIT, MARY C CLERK-PERSONAL SECTY, 7,648.98 

RANTZ, ROLAND H CLERK, 1,431.00 

SPITZIG, ANNIE RUTH CLERK (SECRETARY), 4,000.02 

WAHLER, ALICE S CASE ASST, 8,268.78 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN YOUNG 

CASTILLO, MELBA SUE FROM DEC. 1 5C0.00 

FISHER, NANCY RUTH LEGIS RESEARCH CLERK, 6,600.00 

FRY, PHILOMENA C PERS SECTY-ADM AIDE, 8,859.00 

GARDNER, COLLEEN E 6,028.98 

HUGHES, GAIL F SECTY-CLERK (LEGIS), 5,096.52 

MASUR, SHURLEY DI ST OFFICE MGR , 4,897.50 

MCADAMS, HARRY E ADM ASST, 15,297.48 

NFLSON, NAOMI M SECRETARY-CLERICAL, TO JULY 31 833.33 

ONEIL, DOREEN ADM AIDE, 8,305.02 

PRENDERGAST, JOSEPH T LEGISLATIVE ASST, 7,912.50 

RESLER, BARCLAY T, II RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,565.08 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN YOUNG 
WILD, SUSAN 
YRUEGAS, GLORIA 



CONTINUED 

CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, TO JULY 31 , 

SECRETARY-CLERK (PUBLICATIONS), .... 



J444.33 

5,682.48 



OFFICE OF HON. CLEMENT J. ZABLOCKI 

3AGIN, JOANNE G CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 14 AND 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM AUG. 15 TO AUG. 31 

CONNOR, INEZ E SECRETAR Y-CASF WORKER, TO SEPT. 30 ... 

GOODMAN, MARGARET G LEGIS ASST, 

JACOBY, PATRICIA ANN PART-TIME SECRETARY, 

MERKI, JANIS S ASST TO ADM ASST, 

NORRIS, CHARLOTTE N PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

OSBOURNE, GAYLE V FILE CLERK, 

SCHIERA, JUDITH S SECRETARY-OI ST OFF, 

SPALATIN, IVO JOSEPH ADM ASST, 

WALLEY, EILEEN FROM AUG. 15 

WOZINSKI, LEONNE D SECRET ARY- DI STR ICT OFF, 

OFFICE OF HON. ROGER H. ZION 

ASHBY, ELIZABETH LOUISE FROM DEC. 1 

BECKER, SARAH R CASE WORKER, 

BELL, BELDEN HILL LEGIS ASST, 

BROWNING, ELIZABETH G FROM JULY 6 TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM AUG. 16 TO AUG. 31 

COOPER, HARRY A CO-ORDINATOR OF FIELD OFFICE, 

DODDS-JONES, MARGARET SECRETARY, TO DEC. 26 

FOERTSCH, SUZANNE EXEC SECRETARY, 

HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D STAFF ASST, 

HAYWOOD, JOHN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

JUNK, ROBERT C ADM ASST, • 

KENSEK, VICTORIA DAWN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

MTJHLER, JEFFREY N FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 5 , 

NELLIS, ANNA C RECEPTIONIST, 

OWEN, VIRGINIA G DIST OFF MANAGER, TO NOV. 30 

RAMSEY, HARVEY K FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, , 

ROPER, CARRIE JANE FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

SAALWAECHTER, RUTH ANN CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 15 

SCHULZE, RICHARD D FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

SCHWARTZ, KAREN E FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

SHANE, DONALD ALAN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

ZINK, LUCY ANN FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN M. ZWACH 

ALEXANDER, MOLLY SECRETARY, TO AUG. 15 

3AHL, DOUGLAS DUANE FROM JULY 1 

COLLINS, JANE ALTER FROM SEPT. 13 

GRAF, ARTHUR A, JP FROM JULY 1 

HART, E PATRICIA FROM AUG. 18 

JOHNSON, CAROL LEGIS SECTY, 

KNEVEL, RUTH DIST SECTY, 

KRAMER, CECELIA FROM DEC. 27 

MAUS, LOUISE LEGIS ASST, 

MCCOACH, PAMELA SUE PERSONAL SECTY, 

POWELL, MARY BRYAN RECEPTIONIST/SECRETARY, TO AUG. 17 .. 

SHFY, MICHAEL E DISTRICT ASST, 

STITT, CAROL FROM SEPT. 1 

TISCHLER, JOHN F PRESS ASST, 

WEBB, CHARLOTTE ANN SECRETARY-CASE WORKER, 

WITTROCK, ARLEN E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 27 



728.89 
2, 162.49 
4,922.48 
2, 160.00 
4,534.98 
8, 7C0.00 
1,990.00 
4,639.98 
8,950.00 
2,266.67 
3,745.02 



366.67 

4,483.50 

12,027.00 

608.34 

12,238.02 

2,933.33 

4,099.98 

1,999.98 

368.33 

14, 137.02 

368.33 

50.00 

3,630.00 

3,736.25 

1,375.02 

368.33 

625.01 

368.33 

368.33 

368.33 

368.33 



850.01 
1,550.01 
2,099.99 
15,300.00 
2,512.24 
6,013.50 
4,009.02 
75.56 
5,275.02 
4,873.74 
1,032.95 
7,500.00 

400.00 

10,022.52 

5,802.48 

570.00 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER 



ADAMS, IRIS J 
DIXON, THOMAS R, JR 
EOMONDSON, JUNE E 
FOOTE, JOE STEPHEN 
GIRVIN, PAULINE 
HARTNETT, DEBORAH R 
JANKOWSKY, JOEL 
JETER, SHIRLEY 
KEISER, JUSTIN R 
KITCHENS, TAMARA 
KWOCK, KATHLEEN K L 
LAWTON, JANE E 
LIPSEN, JANICE CHARNA 
MCCLURE, JAMES H 
RITTER, POLLY 
THOMSON, SUE PARK 
TOLSON, EARL E 
TONUBBEE, SHERRY E 
UNDERWOOD, NANCY JANE 
WARD, CHARLES LELAND 
YOURMAN, HOWARD 



OFFICE OF THE PARLIAMENTARIAN 

BROWN, WILLIAM H, JR 
COCHRANE, WILLIAM P 
DESCHLER, LEWIS 
JOHNSON, CHARLES W, III 

METZGER, JOSEPH F 

COMPILATION OF PRECEDENTS 
EODY, JOAN D 

CHAPLAIN 

LATCH, EDWARD G 

OFFICE OF THE CLERK 

ABELL, WILLIAM W 
ALBERT, JOAN M 

ALLEN, PETER H 
ALLEN, ROBERT E 
ALLISON, FRANCES S 
ANDERSON, HARRY P 
ANDERSON, MARY D 
ANGLIN, BYRON C 
ANNETT, ANNE DILKS 
ANYAN, CONSTANCE 
AYER, STANLEY H 
BALDWIN, JOEL A 
BARNES, TIMOTHY J 
BATTLE, THOMAS 
BEITEL, MARCEL L 
BELL, EDWARD G 
SELLER, CHARLES R, III 
BERRY, AMANDA E 
BERRY, ROBERT E 
BOAZ, DAVID D 
BODINE, FREDERICK H 
BOUCHARD, CATHERINE A 
BOWLES , GERALD ALLEN 
BREECE, KATIE K 
BRENNAN, MARGARET E 
BROWN, ALICE N 
BRUSSO, MARGARET C 
BUCHANAN, KENNETH A 
BULLINGTON, MARY A 
BURKHOLDER, BETTY JANE 
BURKS, GEORGE M 



,78 

.00 
.00 
.98 
.00 
10,000.02 
10 
00 



73 

00 
7,000.02 



18,000.00 
4, 284.00 
4,283.94 

12,958.33 
10,206.48 



CLERK, $8,250.00 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 450.00 

FROM OCT. 3 TO DEC. 15 608.33 

FROM AUG. 1 6,041.65 

SECRETARY, 7,350.00 

CLERK, 6,499.98 

FROM JULY 11 7,083.33 

CLERK, TO AUG. 26 777. 

PRESS SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 1,225. 

CLERK, 5,250. 

SECRETARY, 4,249. 

CLERK, 7,350. 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 5,765. 

CLERK, 4,500. 

CLERK, 7,249. 

CLERK-MESSENGER 4,956. 

MESSENGER, 4,427. 

FROM SEPT. 18 1,859. 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASST 18,000. 

CLERK, 

ASST PARLIAMENTARIAN, 

ASST PARLIAMENTARIAN, 

PARLIAMENTARIAN, 

LAW ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 30 AND 3RD 
ASSISTANT PARLIAMENTARIAN, FROM DEC. 1 
CLERK, 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 7,492.14 

CHAPLAIN, 9,884.40 

FROM AUG. 1 2,896.50 

CLERK, TO AUG. 13 AND ACCOUNT CLERK, 

FROM AUG. 14 4,585.16 

ASST DIRECTOR 7,239.00 

ENROLLING-DIGEST CLERK, 9,867.00 

STENOGRAPHER, TO AUG. 31 1,668.16 

MICROPHOTOGRAPHER, 4,248.48 

SECY-RECEPTIONIST, 4,733.52 

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN, 6,517.50 

ACCOUNTS CLERK, TO OEC. 27 4,898.41 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,273.50 

WAREHOUSE CLERK-OFF OF CLERK, 4,519.50 

LABORER, TO JULY 31 561.50 

FROM AUG. 21 TO SEPT. 15 495.77 

CARPET LAYER, TO SFPT. 30 2,492.01 

BILL CLERK, 9,257.52 

FILE CLERK, LIB-DOC ROOM, 4,422.68 

FROM SEPT. 1 2,741.68 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR 5,309.50 

READING CLERK (MIN), 13,957.98 

FROM AUG. 2 TO AUG. 31 662.57 

CARPET LAYER, 5,353.16 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,273.50 

MESSENGER, 3,665.77 

SALES CLERK, 4,519.50 

PERSONNEL CLERK, 7,710.48 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 5,309.50 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 5,309.50 

STOCK CLERK, 4,733.52 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 5,309.50 

SENIOR PAYROLL CLERK, 7,596.00 

FROM JULY 1 4,452.58 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE CLERK - CONTINUED 

BUSH, CLEVELAND REPAIRMAN (ELEC TYPEWRITER), $5,554.32 

BUTKOWSKI, JOHN P FROM SEPT. 28 3,325.62 

BUTLER, FRANCIS JOSEPH SUPERVISOR, 7,060.50 

BYRD, JACQUELINE DEAN SR ACCOUNTS CLERK, 5,561.02 

CADY, JAMES E ASSISTANT TO BILL CLERK, 5,483.02 

CALGARO, JOHN , FIELD OPERATIONS MGR, 5,896.98 

CAMERON, JOAN FROM OCT. 19 1,427.81 

CAMPBELL, ADELIA ANNE TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,273.50 

CAMPBELL, ELLEN M CLERK, TO JULY 31 685.42 

CAYLOR, CLARENCE C CARPET LAYER 5,092.68 

CAYLOR, WILLIAM S FROM JULY 1 6,438.82 

CEFALO, MICHAEL J ASSISTANT CHIEF, 7,417.50 

CHAGNON, JOHN F CHIEF, MICROFILM SECTION, TO JULY 31 

AND REPORT CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 5,431.02 

CHAPELLI, KATHLEEN SECRETARY, 4,733.52 

CLAGETT, JOHN H, III LABORATORY TECHNICIAN, 6,258.52 

CLARK, DOROTHY R TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 5,309.50 

CLARK, LINDA PRICE TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,273.50 

CLARK, PAUL M AUDIO SPECIALIST, 7,448.52 

CLARKE, WILLIAM B ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN, 6,827.52 

COLLEY, WILFRED R ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 16,131.00 

CONNORS, JERRY C SENIOR EMPLOYEE BENEFITS CLERK, 7,090.25 

COOKE, JOHN WILSON CARPET LAYER, 4,201.16 

COOPER, KENT C REPORT CLERK 6,077.27 

COOPER, WENDELL H STOCK CLERK, 4,542.C8 

COPENHAVER, ROGER ASSISTANT CHIEF, 7,596.00 

CORBIN, ALVIN L, JR ASSISTANT LI3RARIAN, TC SEPT. 30 2,715.51 

CORMAN, JAMES, JR FROM JULY 13 TO SEPT. 8 1,048.13 

COX, NANCY LYNN FROM AUG. 19 3,015.85 

CRAM, JANE STAFF ASSISTANT, 9,022.98 

CRESSELL, CHARLES E TYPEWRITER REPAIRMAN, TO NOV. 24 4,353.67 

CROSON, RALPH K FROM AUG. 1 3,937.24 

CROW, CHENEY G CLERK, TO JULY 31 594.92 

DADE, ALFRED JANITOR LABORER, 3,746.66 

DAVIS, DANIEL W, III FROM AUG. 21 3,418.65 

DAVIS, PATRICIA M CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

AUG. 1 4,539.52 

DEANGELIS, DELORES FROM JULY 5 4,178.53 

DECKER, DONALD LEE REPAIRMAN-WORKING SUPERVISOR, 6,398.82 

DEFILIPPO, LOUIS J UPHOLSTERER, 5,407.16 

DELBALZO, FRANCIS A ASSISTANT JOURNAL CLERK, 8,131.02 

DENDY, DALLAS L, JR ASST ENROLL ING-DI GEST CLERK, 7,447.25 

DIXON, WILLIAM, JR LABORER, 3,579.35 

DOLEN, JANNIE A TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,273.50 

DONLIN, ANMARIE FROM JULY 1 4,112.52 

DUNGAN, PAULINE Z TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 5,309.50 

DUNN, MURDOCH MACRAE, JR FROM AUG. 4 3,277.11 

EDWARDS, CARL RAY FROM AUG. 7 3,786.82 

EVANS, MARVIN R SENIOR AUDIT CLERK, 8,131.02 

EVERETT, JAMES A CLERK, TO AUG. 27 1,302.30 

FANNING, MICHAEL CLERK, TO AUG. 27 1,130.35 

FENSTERMACHER, MARY R TELEPHONE OPERATOR, „ 4,662.00 

FERGUSON, FRANCIS X MESSENGER-LABORER, 3,825.77 

FERNEAU, H ROBERT ASST. ENROLL I NG-DI GEST CLERK, 1C083.48 

FIEDLER, RUBY ANN TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,273.50 

FOLEY, AILEEN M SENIOR CLERK, 6,517.50 

FORD, THELMA E TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 5,309.50 

FOSTER, FRANK E ASST FOP EMAN-DRAPEP Y-VEN BLIND, 5,898.16 

FOXX, RICHARD ALLEN MESSENGER-LABORER, 3,746.66 

FRATANTUONO, GAYLE W PAYROLL CLERK, 4,868.52 

FREDERICK, LEPOY ASST FOREMAN 4,555.98 

FRITZINGER, HARRY T UPHOLSTERER, 5,898.16 

GARCIA, TONY E ASSISTANT FOREMAN, 5,898.16 

GARLAND, JAMES P FROM NOV. 6 1,344.90 

GARNER, JAMES I LABORER, 3,602.52 

GLASGOW, ADRIENNE B FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 3,427.10 

GLORIUS, NANCY C SENIOR REPORT CLERK, 6,206.52 

GLOSSON, JANICE L FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

1 4,319.52 

30LDBECK, EILEEN M SECRETARY, 5,818.98 

GORDON, GLADYS B FROM JULY 1 9,867.00 

GOSS, ROBERT R FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 561.50 

GRAVES, JOSEPH DANIEL FINISHERS HELPER, 4,201.16 

GREENE, PATRICIA APCAR SECRETARY, 7,596.00 

GROGS, EDWARD RAY ASSISTANT FOREMAN CARPET SHOP, 5,898.16 



137 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE CLERK - CONTINUED 



GRUBBS, RALPH Y 
GUTHRIE, BENJAMIN J 
HACKNEY, CHARLES W, JR 
HAGAN, G ELLIOTT, JR 
HAKE, IVAN W 
HARRIS, SHIRLEY L 
HARTNETT, WILLIAM W 
HASH, MICHAEL M 
HAWKINS, MICHAEL 
HAWKS, JOHN BRUEN 
HAYDEN, OWENS FRANKLIN 
HAYS, PAUL 

HENSHAW, EDMUND L, JR 
HENSON, JAMES W 
HENY, MICHAEL, JR 
HOLLIDAY, WILLIE 
HORN, BETTY CAROLYN 
HOYE, FRANCIS P 
HUESTER, BETTE W 
HUESTER, KAREN L 
HUTTON, KATHRYN V 
HYNES, ELIZABETH A 

INGE, CLAUDE 
INGE, EDWARD 
INGRAM, JOHN D 
JACKSON, HERBERT E 
JACKSON, MC ARTHUR 
JACOBS, ROBERT B 
JENKINS, JOHN P 
JENNINGS, W PAT 
JERNIGAN, HELEN 
JOHANN, DONALD W 
JOHNSON, MICHAEL E 
JOHNSON, WILLIAM C 
JONES, DAVID L 
JONES, DONNA R 
JORDAN, ROSENA L 
JOSEPH, EUGENE E 
KALMAN, WALTER 
KAMINSKY, MARK S 
KELL, PETER, JR 
KELLAHER, EDWARD T 
KIRK, ARGO 

KIRKLAND, FRANKLIN E 
KIZER, AILEEN L 
KNOUS, ROBERT LEE, JR 
KORNEGAY, HORACE R, JR 
KOSTELNICK, JOHN M 
KOVACS, AKOS 
KUCHLER, JOSEPH A 
LADD, THOMAS E 
LANE, ESTHER C 
LARK, RONALD M 
LARSON, THOMAS E 
LAWLER, JOHN F 
LEE, BILL R 
LEE, 08ADIAH 
LIESCH, JOHN J 
LIND, DOROTHFA M 
LLOYD, MARY ANN 
LONG, PATRICIA A 
LONG, PAUL RAY 
LONG, THOMAS V 
LONG, WILLIAM R 
LORD, THORN P 
MALIN, JAMES W 
MANLEY, MARY AGNES 
MAYER, RONALD 
MCDANIEL, DWIGHT S 
MCFAODEN, AUSTIN A 
MCFALL, ALICIA M P 
MCKAY, GORDON ANDREW 
MCVAY, ANN V 



CAMERAMAN, S8, 223.48 

DIRECTOR OF LEGIS PROCESSES, 13,200.48 

READING CLERK, 13,957.98 

FROM NOV. 21 793.23 

CABINETMAKER, 6,170.84 

BOOKKEEPING MACHINE OPERATOR, 4,519.50 

FROM JULY 1 12,062.52 

ASST TALLY CLERK, 7,417.50 

MESSENGER-SERVICEMAN, 4,555.98 

FROM OCT. 6 1,942.02 

LABORER, 3,483.92 

ASSISTANT BILL CLERK (MINI, 7,596.00 

FILE CLK, TO SEPT. 30 2,599.50 

GENERAL CLERK, 4,733.52 

SENIOR ACCOUNTS CLERK, 7,060.50 

CHIEF-STOCKROOM UNIT, 4,936.50 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 1 ... 4,797.94 

JOURNAL CLERK, 13,957.98 

CLERK, 5,140.50 

FROM SEPT. I TO SEPT. 15 342.71 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS CLERK, 4,733.52 

FROM OCT. 20 TO NOV. 30 AND FILE 

CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 1,498.48 

UPHOLSTERER, 4,704.82 

ASST FIELD OPR MGR CLERK, 5,072.49 

LABORER, 3,746.66 

LABORER, 3,746.66 

LEADING MAN, 4,143.84 

COORDINATOR OF OPERATIONS, 5,896.98 

TALLY CLERK, 11,693.52 

CLERK OF THE HOUSE, 19,999.98 

CLERK, 5,275.98 

SECRETARY, 4,112.52 

MESSENGER, 3,627.27 

LABORER, 3,746.66 

FINISHER, 5,188.68 

SALES CLERK, 4,519.50 

FROM NOV. 3 TO DEC. 21 971.70 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 7 158.01 

ASST BILL CLERK, 7,060.50 

SUPERVISOR, 7,060.50 

SUPERVISOR, 7,060.50 

CHIEF-PROPERTY SUPPLY, 10,069.98 

FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND CARPET 

LAYER, FROM OCT. 1 3,404.00 

FROM AUG. 1 2,974.60 

"EPORT CLERK, TO JULY 31 905.17 

RECORD CLERK, TO OCT. 31 3,646.68 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,189.84 

FOREMAN, 6,195.16 

MASSEUR, 4,555.98 

ASST ENROLLING-DIGEST CLERK, 7,060.50 

FROM JULY 1 12,062.52 

SECRETARY, 5,587.02 

FINISHER-FINISHING SHOP, 5,625.82 

CLERK, TO AUG. 20 991.53 

ASSISTANT CHIEF 7,060.50 

REPAIRMAN AUTO TYPEWRITER, 5,746.84 

CLERK-MESSENGER, 3,569.52 

CARPET LAYER PROP. SUPPLY CLER, 5,353.16 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS CLERK, 6,051.48 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, t,273.50 

ASST COORD OPERATIONS, 5,004.48 

FROM JULY 10 3,289.55 

SALES CLERK, 4,519.50 

PAYROLL CLERK, 4,733.52 

FILE CLERK, 4,112.52 

SUPERVISOR, 8,047.50 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4.273.5C 

AUDIO SPECIALIST, 6,362.52 

CLERK-DRIVER, 4,112.52 

REPAIRMAN OFF EQP (CLERK), 5,625.82 

CLERK, TO AUG. 20 991.53 

CHIEF, 9,055.02 

FROM DEC. 1 905.17 



138 



MEHOK, 


JOHN CHARLES 


MELVIN, 


GARFIELO D 


MENDENHALL, EMMA C 


MENSAH, 


KINGSTON A 


MIKRUT, 


PAMELA M 


MILES, 


CATHERINE J 


MILLER, 


BENNY BRANDT 


MILLER, 


GENERAL 


MILLER, 


JAMES R 


MINNIX, 


WARREN E 


MITCHELL, ARLEN V 


MOAKLER 


. , MARY D 


MOLLOY, 


JAMES T 


MONK, EUGENE W 


MOODY, 


WILLIAM C 


MOORE, 


EDDIE 


MORGAN, 


GEORGE S 


MORGAN, 


SARA 


MORRIS, 


THERON E 


MOTLEY, 


ROBERT L 


MURPHY, 


LONZIE 


MURRAY, 


MICHAEL LEO 


NEWKIRK 


., JAMES K 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE CLERK - CONTINUED 

CABINETMAKER, $5,625.82 

LABORER (LEADING MAN) 4,143.84 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 5,309.50 

CARPENTER, 4,899.02 

FROM AUG. 21 2,970.15 

BOOKKEEPER, 6,497.52 

CHIEF, 9,257.52 

FROM AUG. 1 2,896.50 

REPAIRMAN-AUTOMATIC TYPE, 5,898.16 

ASST JOURNAL CLERK INDEXER MIN, TO 

SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 29 TO NOV. 7 .. 3,158.10 

CHIEF-ACCOUNTS UNIT, 8,081.52 

CLERK-TELEPHONE, 4,654.98 

FROM JULY 1 12,973.50 

FROM AUG. 1 2,896.50 

DIRECTOR, 9,460.98 

LABORER, 3,483.92 

FROM SEPT. 13 3,300.86 

FROM JULY 1 9,663.48 

ASSISTANT TALLY CLERK, 7,298.50 

CABINETMAKER, 5,625.82 

LABOR FOREMAN, 5,092.68 

SALES CLERK, 4,203.16 

FROM NOV. 1 1,212.00 

NEWMAN, WILLIAM B, JR FROM OCT. 25 1,308.82 

NEWSOME, JAMES L TYPEWRITER REPAIRMAN, 5,092.68 

NICKELSON, ELKANIE LABORER, TO JULY 31 AND LABORER 

(LEADING KAN), FROM AUG. 1 3,811.26 

NIXON, HARRISON C INVENTORY CONTROL CLK-CLERK, 4,519.50 

NOBLES, THOMAS STEVEN VOUCHER EXAMINER, TO AUG. 2C 1,142.37 

NOPRIS, ROBERT LEE FINISHER, 4,704.82 

NUGENT, ETHEL E TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 5,309.50 

OLSON, ROBERT E, JR CLERK, TO SEPT. 15 1,487.30 

OLSON, VIRGINIA ASST CHIEF TELEPHONE OPER, 6,475.00 

ONEAL, CORNELIUS LABORER, 3,746.66 

OPAUSKI, MICHAEL E ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN, TO NOV. 5 AND 

SENIOR ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN, FROM 

NOV. 6 6,575.80 

OVERTON, JOSEPH A, III ASSISTANT TALLY CLERK, 7,060.50 

PALMER, JOHN LOUIS APPRENTICE, 4,201.16 

PARKER, ODETTE SENIOR REPORT CLERK, 6,690.44 

PATE, JO ANNE SALES CLERK, 5,334.00 

PATTERSON, ROBERT T MANAGER INVENTORY CCNTROL, 5,742.00 

PAXTON, FRANCES D TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 5,309.50 

PEARSON, EDWIN E AS ST . DI SBUR SI NG CLERK, 10,476.00 

PETTIS, FREDERICK R LABORATORY TECHNICIAN, TO SEPT. 11 2,386.97 

PICKERAL, CATHERINE G TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 5,309.50 

PICKETT, DIANE BRUCE SECRETARY, 5,896.98 

PIEKNIK, JEAN FROM JULY 1 6,051.48 

POLEN, EDWARD P ASSISTANT CH I EF-PROP. SUPPLY , 8,487.48 

POPE, JUSTINE KAY SECRETARY, 5,587.02 

POPP, DANIEL HERBERT, JR CAMERAMAN, 6,362.52 

PRESTON, JACKIE REPAIRMAN (ELEC TYPEWRITERS!, 5,264.52 

PURTELL, DORA ANN F SUPERVISOR ADMINISTRATIVE DIV, 9,450.00 

OUATTRONE, COSMO FROM AUG. 1 2,896.50 

QUISENBERRY, LARRY D PERSONNEL CLERK, 4,756.02 

RADER, ROBERT LAWRENCE CARPET LAYER, 4,555.98 

RAGSDALE, JERRY A FROM JULY 1 3,918.48 

RAINES, ROBERT FQNZO LABORER, 3,602.52 

RALEY, MARVIN A FROM AUG. 1 2,896.50 

REGER, BARBARA H CLERK, TO NOV. 15 3,550.14 

REID, HOLLIS C CLERK, TO AUG. 2C 991.53 

'HOADS, PHILIP S AUDIO SPECIALIST, TO JULY 31 905.17 

RICE, SUZZANNE P CLERK, TO SEPT. 15 1,487.30 

RICHMOND, THOMAS J CLERK-MESSENGER, 4,267.50 

R038INS, NEIL K CHIEF-ENGINEERING SECTION, TO NOV. 5 . 6,189.58 

ROUMEL, ANGELINA PAYROLL CLERK, 5,587.02 

RUBLE, CARL R SENIOR ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN, 7,596.00 

RUCCHIO, ROSEMARY ACCOUNTS CLERK, 5,431.02 

RUIT, THOMAS FOREMAN, 6,195.16 

SARP, JO CAROL FILF CLERK, 3,569.52 

SARTORI, JUAN ANN TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,273.50 



139 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 

JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE CLERK - CONTINUED 

SAYERS, ALBERT, JR CLERK-MESSENGER, TO SEPT. 30 AND 

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN, FROM OCT. I $4,345. 14 

SAYLOR, SUSAN K FROM JULY I 5,431.02 

SCHULTZ, MARGUERITE S RECEPTIONIST, 4,135.18 

SCOTT, WILSON M CAMERAMAN, 6,362.52 

SELOEN, MARTEE FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 594.92 

SEPESY, RICHARD F CABINETMAKER, 5,625.82 

SHEA, NORA CLERK, TO AUG. 25 1,090.69 

SHEFFIELDt FRANK FOREMAN, 4,005.93 

SHIPLEY, JOHN RUSSELL UPHOLSTERER, 5,625.82 

SIEGLE, CAROL S FROM OCT. 20 1,407.98 

SMITH, JAMES RALPH LEADING MAN 4,143.84 

SMITH, JOE NATHAN LABORER, 3,533.01 

SMITH, M KENNETH PAPER 6 PRINTING CLERK 5,275.98 

SNOAD, CHARLES W FROM JULY I 5,275.98 

SNOW, WILLIAM DONALD UPHOLSTERER, 5,625.82 

SOUTHARD, LAWRENCE G, III SENIOR REPORT CLERK, 6,206.52 

STALBAUM, DANE FROM OCT. 1 1,950.17 

STEPHENSON, HOWARD B FOREMAN-DR APERY-VEN BLD SHOP, 6,438.82 

STEPHENSON, JAMES W FOREMAN-UPHOLSTERY SHOP, 6,438.82 

STERLING, CHARLES W, JR REP Al RMAN-OFF EQP. (CLERK), TO AUG. 31 1,930.50 

STITH, ROBERT BOYD CL FRK- ADMI NI STR AT I VE DIVISION 4,733.52 

STOFEL, OWEN SENIOR ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN, TO NOV. 

5 AND CHIEF-ENGINEERING SECTION, FROM 

NOV. 6 7,476.87 

STONE, JOHN F FROM AUG. 7 2,784.20 

STUKES, DOROTHY M FROM SEPT. 18 2,7C8.62 

SWIFT, BEATRICE M TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,273.50 

TEMPLETON, ROBERT A SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND 

CHIEF-MICROFILM SECTION, FROM AUG. 1 . 5,314.77 

THOMAS. EDWARD A TECHNICIAN, 5,188.68 

THOMAS, LEF ASSISTANT JOURNAL CLERK (MIN), 11,522.52 

THORNE, DEBORAH L CLERK, TO AUG. 20 991.53 

TOLIVER, JAMES HELPER CABINET SHOP CLERK, 3,746.66 

TRAMMELL, SUSAN T GENERAL CLERK, 4,801.02 

TREASURE, GEORGE R LIBRARY ASSISTANT, 5,431.02 

TSOUROUNIS, GEORGIA ACCOUNTS CLERK, TO AUG. 13 1,130.78 

VANN, BEN JAMES LEADING MAN, TO JULY 31 AND VENETIAN 

BLNO TECHNICIAN, FROM AUG. 1 4,614.41 

VANN, DEVON C FINISHER'S HELPER, 3,602.52 

VASS, ALICE V ACCOUNTS CLERK, 5,818.98 

VERMEIRE, DONNA FROM OCT. 19 TO DEC. 15 1,130.35 

VITRAY, ROBERT A FROM OCT. 19 1,427.81 

VOORDE, FRANCES M SUPERVISOR, TO OCT. 31 AND ASSISTANT 

CHIEF, FROM NOV. 1 7,379.50 

WALKER, CHRISTIAN L CHIEF, PRODUCTION SEC, 8,376.00 

WALLACE, ALFONZA LABORER, 3,746.66 

WANAMAKER, ANNE L CLERK, 6,672.48 

WARLEY, WALTER A LABORER, TO OCT. 31 AND MACHINE 

OPERATOR-MESSENGER, FROM NOV. 1 3,709.52 

WEAVER, WARD JOHN UPHOLSTERER, 5,625.82 

WEED, HENRY M CARPENTER, 5,319.50 

WEIGHTMAN, GARY FROM OCT. 5 1,698.63 

WELLMON, REX HAROLD MESSENGER, 4,267.50 

WHITE, WALTER M LABORER, 3,602.52 

WHITLEY, JACK LEE, SR APPRENTICE, 4,378.52 

WILEY, JEANETTE W PAYROLL CLERK 5,483.02 

WILLIAMS, JAMES M, SR FROM JULY 1 4,112.52 

WILLIAMSON, ELEANOR L SENIOR PERSONNEL CLERK, 9,380.52 

WILLS, HAROLD JOSEPH MASTERLOCK SMTH PROP SUP CLERK, 6,350.66 

WISE, THOMAS CLAYTON SENIOR SALES CLERK, 4,733.52 

WOHL, PAUL LEGAL COUNSEL, 13,243.50 

WOODBURN, WALTER A LABORER, 3,602.52 

WOODWARD, WILLIAM R R EP AI RMAN-OFF EQUP (CLERK), 5,625.82 

WOOTEN, EDWARD FROM AUG. 1 2,896.50 

WORTMAN, STANLEY J FROM JULY 1 4,863.52 

YOUNG, RAY M PURCHASING CLERK, 8,592.48 

ZIMMER, MARILYN A FILE CLERK, TO NOV. 15 AND CLERK, FROM 

NOV. 16 4,267.77 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS 

ABERNATHY, GILBERT H LT, $8,158.50 

ABERNETHY, THOMAS F PRIVATE, A, 726.77 

ABRAMS, JOHN C FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 9 226.63 

ADAMS, JAMES W PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

ADAMS, ROBERT 8, SR PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

AGNER, DAVID W PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

AKERS, JAMES EDWARD FROM JULY 1 5,309.52 

ALCORN, PAUL RAY PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

ALEXANDER, DONALD E PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

ALEXANDER, EDWARD R PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

ALLAN, SHOREY CHAD PRIVATE, 4,856.27 

ALLWARD, DENNIS D PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

ANDREWS, HIRAM E, III PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

ARRINGTON, ANDREW J, JR PRIVATE, TO DEC. 7 4,292.22 

ASHTON, WILLIAM HOWARD PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

AUSTIN, DONALD ELTON PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

BACKMAN, SAMMY LEON PRIVATE, TO DEC. 12 4,428.92 

BAGIS, WILLIAM DENNIS PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

BARCUS, CHARLES E PRIVATE, TO OCT. 10 2,733.90 

BARRETT, L EO R PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

BARRETT, RAYMOND J PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

BARTRAM, FRED VERNON PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

BASS, MICHAEL L PRIVATE, TO SEPT. 29 2,241.08 

BAUER, JOSEPH J, III PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

BAYES, RONALD E PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

BELL, HERBERT MILO, JR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

BELL, LEWIS W PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

BELL, RUSSELL F FROM OCT. 16 1,888.55 

BENNETTE, LAVAN T SERGEANT, 6,604.52 

BENSON, WALTER E PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

BERMAN, RONALD L PRIVATE, 5,115.27 

BEUCHERT, JEROME J, JP PRIVATE, 4,856.27 

BIEDENHARN, WILLIAM G PRIVATE, 4,856.27 

BINFORD, LINWOOD T, JR PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

BLACK, CLARENCE MANNIE PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

BLAKE, CALVIN J PRIVATE, 5,244.77 

BLOOGETT, CLARENCE R, JR PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

BOLDUC, LOUIS P PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

BOND, GEORGE H PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

BOROWSKI, MICHAEL A PRIVATE, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 15 

TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 11 4,264.88 

BOSWELL, WILLIAM C PRIVATE, TO JULY 31 884.92 

BOWERS, ALLEN PRICE LIEUTENANT, 8,158.50 

BOWERS, ALLEN S FROM JULY 10 4,305.89 

BOWLING, BENJAMIN F PRIVATE, 5,244.77 

BRADFORD, GRADY LARRY PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

BRADSHAW, CHARLES M FROM SEPT. 11 2,769.87 

BRENNAN, WILLIAM F PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

BRIERLY, LEE ALVA TECHNICIAN, 5,309.52 

BROOKS. BARRY L PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

BROWN, DALE EDWARD PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

SERGEANT, 6,475.02 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PLAINCLOTHESMAN, 5,698.02 

BUSTER, THEODORE J PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

BUTLER, MELVIN JEROME PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

CAGIGAS, JAIME J PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

CAINE, JOHN PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

CAMERON, THEODORE S PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

CAMPBELL, BRUCE DALE PRIVATE, TO OCT. 26 2,920.96 

CAMPBELL, HARRY R SGT, 6,863.52 

CANNADY, WILLIAM E, JR PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

CAPPS, CECIL L PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

CARROLL, DONALD T FROM DEC. 4 679.88 

CARVER, GEORGE BRYAN LT, 8,547.00 

CASHDOLLAR, VIRGINIA L CLERK, 4,756.02 

CASTILLO, GILBERT G PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

CHAPIN, GEORGE H BOOKKEEPER, 6,206.52 



BROWN, 


HENRY, JR 


BROWN, 


HERBERT F 


BROWN, 


KEITH C 


BRYAN, 


IVAN 


BRYANT, 


MEREL STEVEN 


BRYANT, 


WILLIAM B, SR 


BUCKLEY 


, DESALES H 


BUCKLEY 


, RONALD G 


BURFORD 


, JIMMIE R 


BURGESS 


, L MICHAEL 


9URG00N 


, ROBERT D 


BURKHEAD, KENNETH L 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS - CONTINUED 

CHICK, ROLAND EVERETT PRIVATE, $4,597.27 

CHRISTIAN, DAVID K PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

CHRISTIAN, JOHN JOSEPH PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

CLARK, CHARLES R PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

CLARK, PATRICK E PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

CLEM, JOHN HENRY, JR TECHN I C I AN-K9 , 5,633.27 

CLINE, WILLIE PAUL PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

CLINTON, KERMIT H SERGEANT 6,863.52 

COHILL, PAUL DOUGLAS PRIVATE 4,921.02 

COLINET, DOMINICK PRIVATE, 5,115.27 

CONKLING, JUANITA FROM JULY 1 6,672.48 

COOK, KENNETH PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

CQOKSEY, ROBERT H TELLER, 7,209.25 

COOPER, ARTHUR L PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

COOPER, LEON C SERGEANT, 6,475.02 

CORONEL, RICHARDO M FROM NOV. 6 1,384.94 

CORSETTI, STEVAN J PRIVATE, TO OCT. 1 2,487.85 

COSGROVE, PHILIP J PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

COX, LARRY DWAIN PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

CROWELL, BETTINA L PRIVATE, 5,180.02 

CROWL, JOHN LEE, JR PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

CRUMP, ROBERT EDWARD, JR PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

CULHANE, MARGARET M FROM SEPT. 8 3,409.47 

CULMER, CALVIN PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

CUMMINGS, JOHN J, III PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

CURRIE, BRUCE ALAN PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

CURRY, DAVID A SERGEANT, 6,863.52 

CURTIS, MONTE E PRIVATE 4,921.02 

DAMERON, JAMES GARY TECHNIC I AN-K9 , 5,698.02 

OANIELS, CARLSON B, JR PRIVATE 5,309.52 

DANIELS, JOHN E PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

DAVIS, HAROLD G PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

DAVIS, HUGH F PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

DAVIS, JERRY LEROY PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

DAVIS, WILLIAM B PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

DEANDE, GILBERT L PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

DEAS, JOE, JR PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

DELUCCA, JOHN J PRIVATE, 5,050.52 

DEWEES, JAMES M PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

DIONNE, ROBERT LEE PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

DITOTO, JOHN A PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

DITZLER, CLYDE WILMER PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

OOBBS, WILLIAM MAYO PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

DODERER, ARTHUR E, JR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

DODSON, GEORGE A PL A I NCLOTHESMAN , 5,698.02 

DOGGETT, EDMUND C PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

DORFMAN, LOUIS E PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

DOSS, HORACE SEAY PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

DOUGHERTY, JOSEPH M PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

DOWELL, RAYMOND R PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

DOYLE, JOHN DONALD PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

DRAPER, GEORGE A ■ PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

DUNN, ARTHUR JOSEPH PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

DWYER, JAMES THOMAS PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

EADES, RODNEY C PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

EADES, RONALD E PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

EATON, CHARLES A, III PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

EATON, RAYMOND E PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

EDL, ERWIN L PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

EDWARDS, CHARLES J PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

ELLIOTT, GEORGE, JR PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

EMORY, WILLIAM H PRIVATE 4,921.02 

ESCALADA, BENITO FROM JULY 1 5,309.52 

EUILL, JOHN W PLAINCLOTHESMAN 5,698.02 

EVANS, MILTON J, JR PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

EVANS, ROBERT W SERGEANT, 6,863.52 

FALLON, HAROLD G PRIVATE, 5,050.52 

FARLEY, BILLY JAMES PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

FARRELL, CARROLL J PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

FEREBEE, CYRIL ANDREW PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

FIELDS, GILBERT E PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

FINN, RICHARD J PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

FISCHER, DUAINE K PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

FITCH, LANCE, JR PL A I NC LOTHESMAN , 5,698.02 

FITZPATRICK, KEVIN A FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 18 453.25 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS - CONTINUED 

FOLEY, ROBERT T PRIVATE, $4,532.52 

FORBES, HERBERT E PRIVATE, 5,180.02 

FOSTER, CHARLES D PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

FRALEY, GERALD J SGT, 6,863.52 

FRICK, EDWARD G, JR PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

FULGHUM, HENRY G PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

FUNKHOUSER, CHARLES W PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

FURR, JOHN A PRIVATF, 4,921.02 

GADONAS, DEMETRIOS J PRIVATE, 5,180.02 

GAINER, ROBERT LEE PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

GALIFARO, THOMAS J, JP PRIVATE, 4,856.27 

GARNER, THEODORE R PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

GARRETT, ROBERTO PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

GASSER, CHARLES E PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

GASSETT, EARL D SGT, 6,863.52 

GEAR, JOSEPH PATRICK PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

GEARY, ROBERT L FROM DEC. 4 679.88 

GIARDINO, RALPH A FROM JULY 1 5,309.52 

GIBBS, THOMAS V PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

GILBREATH, JAMES E PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

GILL, EDGAR, JR PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

GILPIN, MARVIN EARL PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

GLASCOE, LEO BOOKKEEPER, 6,672.48 

GOAD, OSCAR HERMAN FROM JULY 1 6,863.52 

GOODWIN, KENNETH S PRIVATE, TO AUG. 14 1,107.95 

GORDON, DONALD J PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

GORMLEY, JAMES THOMAS SERGEANT, 6,604.52 

GOSSAGE, WM J, JR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

GRANGER, GERALD J PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

GRAY, ROBERT W PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

GRAY, WILLIAM LESLIE PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

GRILLO, JOSEPH R PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

GRIMES, SYLVESTER R PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

GROVES, RICHARD C PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

GUILLORY, PAUL FROM OCT. 16 1,888.55 

GURZELL, DONALD A, SR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

HALL, CALVIN B SERGEANT, 6,475.02 

HALL, JOHNNIE W PRIVATE 4,921.02 

HAMILTON, JOSEPH E FROM OCT. 16 1,888.55 

HAMILTON, ROBERT E PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

HAMILTON, TYRONE FROM OCT. 16 1,888.55 

HANNA, JOHN PRIVATE, 5,180.02 

HANNELD, MICHAEL ROY PRIVATE, TO JULY 31 AND 

TECHNICIAN-CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 5,244.77 

HANSON, JOHN B PRIVATE, 5,115.27 

HARDESTY, MICHAEL S PRIVATE, 4,856.27 

HARDING, KENNETH R FRCM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND SERGEANT 

AT ARMS, FROM OCT. 1 14,333.25 

HARDISON, RICHARD L PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

HARDMAN, GEORGE R PRIVATE, 4,856.27 

HARDWICK, BRUCE PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

HARITON, DAVID J PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

HARRAH, WILLIAM M, JR PRIVATE, 4,856.27 

HARRELL, FREDRICK H, SR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

HARRIS, DANIEL W PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

HARRIS, JAMES H, JR FROM NOV. 12 TO NOV. 30 453.25 

HAY, JACK E FROM SEPT. 11 2,769.87 

HAYES, KENNETH W PRIVATE, 4,985.77 

HEATH, GARY L PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

HECIMOVIC, DANIEL F, JP FROM NOV. 6 1,384.94 

HEIT, JAMES V FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 28 705.06 

HELTON, ROLAND E FROM AUG. 14 3,449.75 

HENSHAW, EDMUND L, JR FROM OCT. 1 3,530.25 

HENSLEY, FLOYD E PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

HERRMAN, PAUL I, JR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

HICKS, HAROLD DEAN, SR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

HILL, CHARLIE R SERGEANT, 6,863.52 

HILL, WOODROW THOMAS, JR PRIVATE, TO NOV. 2 3,335.36 

HINES, HOWARD R PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

HOLBROOK, JESSEE L, SR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

HOLIDAY, JESSIE G PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

HOLLOWELL, NATHAN S PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

HOOE, JAMES IRA FROM SEPT. 11 2,769.87 

HOOLEY, JAMES L FROM AUG. 14 3,449.75 

HORNE, ROGER DALE FROM NOV. 6 1,384.94 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS - CONTINUED 

HOTZE, STOCKTON M ASSISTANT CASHIER $10,881.48 

HOWARD, RONALD L PRIVATE 4,597.27 

HOWELL, HERBERT H PL A I NCLOTHE SM AN, 5,309.52 

HUFF, WILLIAM L PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

HUGHES, GEORGE W PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

HUGHES, JOSEPH A PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

HULL, WILLIAM R, III PRIVATE, TO OCT. 11 2,696.49 

HUNT, JOHN MESSENGER-JANITOR, 3,996.46 

HUPP, MICHAEL E TECHNICIAN K9 , 5,309.52 

HURLOCK, WARREN L PL A I NCLOTHESMAN, 5,309.52 

HYNES, JUERGEN FROM JULY 10 4, 305. 89 

IDZOJTIC, ROBERT LEE FROM OCT. 16 1,888.55 

IORIO, D THOMAS PAIR CLERK TO THE MAJOPITY, 16,002.90 

IVEY, JAMES RAYMOND PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

JACHIMOWICZ, ALFRED L PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JACKSON, CLARENCE W PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

JACKSON, DARRYL JOSEPH PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JACKSON, DENNIS R PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

JACKSON, GEORGE W PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

JACKSON, GEORGE, JR PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

JACOBS, HENRY L PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

JAMES, RICHARD T PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

JAMES, ROBERT A PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JARVIS, WALTER LEE, JR PRIVATE, TO OCT. 9 2,492.89 

JENKINS, ARCHIE B PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JENKINS, CARLETON C PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JENKINS, CECIL WARD PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JENKINS, HAROLD PRIVATE, 5,698.02 

JENKINS, HENRY PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JENKINS, JAMES LOUIS PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

JENKINS, THOMAS L, III PRIVATE, TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 5 .. 4,811.66 

JOBBER, CLAUDE R PRIVATE, 4,856.27 

JOHNSON, CLINTON S, JR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JOHNSON, JOSEPH ALLEN PRIVATE, 5,244.77 

JOHNSON, OLIVER H PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

JOHNSON, THOMAS PRIVATE, 5,244.77 

JOHNSON, THOMAS L LIEUTENANT, 8,935.5C 

JOHNSON, WALTER F PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM RETIREMENT OFFICER, 10,881.48 

JOHNSON, WILLIE J PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

JOHNSON, ZEAKE W, JR FROM JULY 1 TO SE°T. 30 2,385.99 

JONES, CHARLES THOMAS PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

JONES, ERNEST, JR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JONES, FRANCIS X FROM AUG. 14 3,449.75 

JONES, NAUDAIN J, JR FROM JULY 1 5,309.52 

JURCICH, LAWRENCE R PRIVATE, TO OCT. 13 2,815.92 

KAHLER, JACK W PL A I NCLOTHESMAN , 5,698.02 

KANTRIM, ANTHONY T PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

KAVAL, WILLIAM G, JR TECHNICIAN, 5,309.52 

KELLER, STEPHEN E PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

KELLY, KENNETH H PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

KENNEDY, DONALD G PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

KEOUGH, JOHN J FRCM SEPT. 11 2,769.87 

KERRIGAN, FRANK ANDREW SERGEANT, 6,863.52 

KERRY, MICHAEL A PRIVATE, TO OCT. 3 2,341.80 

KEYES, PRANK M PRIVATE, TO AUG. 14 1,107.95 

KIFER, JOHN WILLIAM PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

KIFER, KENNETH L, JR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

KIMMEL, CHARLES B, SR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

KINOSVATTER, CHARLES TECHNICIAN-SPECIALIST, 6,086.52 

KIRKLAND, JOHN H PRIVATE, 5,180.02 

KITCHEN, DENNIS WAYNE PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

KITCHEN, SHIPLFY DAVID PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

KLEAR, ROBERT M PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

KLINGER, RICHARD G FROM SEPT. 11 2,769.87 

KNAPP, RONALD S PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

KOST, GEORGE W, JR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

KRENN, ADOLPH A PRIVATE, 6,086.52 

KRUG, JOHN F FROM OCT. 16 1,888.55 

KRUK, ANDREW PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

LABRUSCIANO, FRANK F, JR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

LANE, CARL JIM PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

LANGFORD, PAUL F PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

LANGSTON, EDWARD R, SR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

LAUZIERE, JAMES EARL PRIVATE, 4,921.02 



144 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS - CONTINUED 



LAVINS, WALTER E 
LAWLER, JOHN F 
LEFFERT, ANTHONY G 
LENAR, HALTER A, SR 
LEO, RONALD STEPHEN 
LESCHNER, GARY RAYMOND 
LINDSAY, ELWOOD W 
LINGENFELTER, JAMES P 
LINNEMANN, ROBERT B 
LITTLE, JOSEPH R 
LIVENGOOD, JASON E 
LOCHRIDGE, WILLIAM F 
LOCKHART, LARRY G 
LONG, GEORGE F, II 
LONG, PAUL DEAN 
LOOMIS, EARL F, JR 
LOPEZ, EDWARD F 
LOUVIERE, JOSEPH 
LOVINGOOD, HAROLD H 
LOWMAN, DONALD 
LUND, PAUL L 
LYNCH, JOSEPH ALAN 
LYNCH, TERRY WILLIAM 
MACFARLANE, GEORGE D 
MALLON, CHARLES A 
MALONE, DALTON R 
MANGAN, JOSEPH PATRICK 
MANUEL, ROY M 
MARSHALL, ROBERT L 
MARTIN, CLARENCE J 
MARTIN, JAMES T 
MARTIN, ROBERT 
MATTALIANO, PETER F 
MAY, JAMES W, JR 
MAYNOR, JAMES B 
MCCARTHY, JOHN R 
MCCOY, PHILLIP L 
MCCREE, GEORGE, JR 
MCDONALD, WIL3ERT 
MCFALLS, WILLIAM J 
MCGAFFIN, CHRISTOPHER M 
MCGILL, PAUL R 
MCGRAW, CARL L 
MCMAHAN, JAMES E 
MCNAIR, SAMUEL 
MCNELIS, JAMES B 
MCQUAY, EDWIN 
MEFRMAN, FRANCIS GERARD 
MEICHT, ROBERT L 
MELLER, GORDON K 
MERZ, CARL J 
MESTRE, WALTER A 
METZ, GEORGE F 
MICER, RICHARD W 

MIKULA, ROBERT ALLEN 
MILLER, DAVID V 
MILLER, KENNETH B, SR 
MILLS, CHARLES J 
MINNICK, STANLEY E 
MINNIX, J 
MOHLER, CLAUCUS CLAY 
MONTGOMERY, EDGAR H 
MOORE, BENJAMIN J, JR 
MOORE, THOMAS P 
MORELLI, JOHN J 
MORRIS, FRANCIS E, JR 
MORRIS, JAMIE 
MORRIS, LINDER, JR 
MORRISON, EVERT E 
MORRISON, MICHAEL P E 
MOSS, DICKIE LEE 
MOTLEY, DONALD RAY 
MUCKER, FLOYD K 
MULCAHY, DAVID R 



FRCM SEPT. 11 $2,769.87 

PRIVATE 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, <.,921. 02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

TECHNICIAN-K9, TO NOV. 13 4,210.20 

SERGEANT, 6,863.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, TO NOV. 9 3,546.16 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

SERGEANT, 6,863.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

SGT, 6,863.52 

FROM JULY 1 8,487.48 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

SERGEANT, 6,863.52 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, TO NOV. 30 4,424.60 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

CAPTAIN, 10,360.02 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

FROM JULY 10 4,305.89 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

FROM JULY 10 4,305.89 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

FROM DEC. 4 679.88 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

PRIVATE, TO OCT. 15 2,643.97 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

TECHNICIAN, TO JULY 31 AND SERGEANT, 

FROM AUG. 1 6,669.27 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 6 151.08 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

SGT, 7,640.52 

PLAINCLOTHESMAN, 5,698.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE 4,532.52 

FROM JULY 10 4,305.89 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

LIEUTENANT, 8,158.50 

PRIVATE 4,921.02 

FROM OCT. 16 1,888.55 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 



145 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS - CONTINUED 



MULCAHY, JAMES P 
MULLER, MATHIAS B 
MULVEY, THOMAS J 
MURPHY, JOHN F 
MURPHY, WILLIAM E 
MURRAY, GERALD E 
MUTTER, GERALD WAYNE 
MYERS, FREDERICK J 
MYERS, RODRIC JACOB 
NAOUIN, GERALD C 
NASHWINTER, HOWARD L 
NEELY, ERNEST W 
NEVITT, RICHARD E 
NICHOLAS, FRANCIS 
NISTON, JOHN R 
NIXON, JAMES EDGAR 
NOE, THEODORE J 
NOLAN, PATRICK JOSEPH 
NOWDEN, CLARENCE W 
OATIS, LOUIS A 
OCONNOR, JOHN P, SR 
OKEEFE, JOSEPH E, JR 
ORTIZ, MARSHALL S 
OSBORN, WILLIAM W 
OTT, PHILI P M 
OVERLY, LOWELL N 
PADGETT, RICKY D 
PARISI, JOSEPH S, JR 
PARKER, HORACE LEE, JR 
PARKER, MELVIN F 
PARKS, CHARLES R 
PARKS, KENNETH OARREL 
PARKS, NATHANIEL, JR 
PASHKOVSKY, STEPHAN 
PATRICK, JERRY D 
PATTERSON, RONALD 
PAYNE, WILMER ORION 
PEACOCK, BRUCE F 
PEACOCK, RAYMOND B 
PERLA, RONALD J 
PICCIONE, ANTHONY F 
PICKETT, BILLY JOE 
"ICKETT, KEITH P 
PINNIX, JAMES P 
PIPER, DANIEL R 
PIPPIN, DOUGLAS W 
PITTMAN, KENNETH LLOYO 
PLAYER, DEWITT T, JR 
POND, HOWARD F 
POSTON, DONALD J 
POWELL, ALBERT D 
POWELL, JOSEPH L 
PRICE, HERBERT C 
PROCTOR, FREDERICK 
PURDY, DONALD C 
PURDY, WILLIAM C 
RAIOEN, ELWYN G 
RAINES, CHARLES H 
RANDOLPH, WILLIE, JR 
RECCO, DAVID R 
REDICAN, RAYMOND R 
REITH, GRAHAM F 
RENEHAN, JOHN RUSSELL 
REUSS, ROBERT R 
REYNOLDS, KENNETH S 
RHODEN, GERRY FRED 
RHUBOTTOM, THOMAS A 
RICCI, DOMINIC PAUL 
RICH, VAN 0, JR 
RICHARDSON, EDDIE 
RICHARDSON, JOSEPH B 
RICHMOND, JOHN T, JR 
RILEY, CALVIN H 
RINALDI, JOHN, JR 
ROBICHAUD, RONALD J 



PRIVATE, S4, 532. 52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

SERGEANT, 6,863.52 

PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

PRIVATE, TO AUG. 14 1,107.95 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

TECHNICIAN-K9, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, TO SEPT. 25 2,140.36 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

LIEUTENANT, 8,158.50 

SERGEANT, 6,863.52 

FROM AUG. 14 3,449.75 

PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

SERGEANT, 6,863.52 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE #28, TO NOV. 3 3,362.70 

PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

FROM NOV. 6 1,384.94 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

FROM JULY 1 5,309.52 

TECHNICIAN (SPEC), 5,309.52 

LIEUTENANT, 8,158.50 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

TECHNICIAN, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,856.27 

FROM SEPT. 11 2,769.87 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATF, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

LT, 8,158.50 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

FROM JULY 1 16,673.52 

TECHNICIAN, 5,309.52 

FROM OCT. 16 1,888.55 

FROM OCT. 16 1,888.55 

PRIVATE, TO SEPT. 25 2,140.36 

PRIVATE, 4,856.27 

SGT, 6,863.52 

SPECIAL OFFICER, 8.547.0C 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

TECHNICIAN-K9, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

FROM JULY 1 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

FROM JULY 10 4,305.89 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

SERGEANT, 6,863.52 

FROM OCT. 16 1,888.55 



146 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS - CONTINUED 



ROBINSON, THOMAS 
ROGERS, JOSEPH E 
ROLLISON, OTIS LUTHER 
ROOKS, LEO 
ROTHMAN, RICHARD W 
ROUP, HAROLD LESTER 
RUCCHIO, EUGENE J 
RUDD, LLOYD S 
RUFF, NELSON FRED, JR 
RUFFATTO, JOHN 6 
RUFFIN, PETER L 
RUGGIERI, ROBERT C 
RUSSELL, DONALD F 
RUTHERFORD, RAYMOND W 
SAGE, GEORGE B 
SALINAS, RAUL G 
SALYER, GEORGE R, JR 
SANDERFER, BENJAMIN A 
SAPPINGTON, LARRY W 
SAUNDERS, MICHAEL J 
SCALZO, RALPH R 
SCHAAP, JOSEPH R 
SCHEIB, RAYMOND L, JR 
SELPH, ANDREW J 
SETTLE, CHARLES F 
SHACKLETTE, HOMER A 
SHAPIRO, JAMES A 
SHAH, GEORGE MERLE 
SHEA, JOHN B 

SHEEHY, ELIZABETH 
SHELTON, HUGH F 
SHOCKEY, PERRY D 
SHOEMAKER, MELVIN R 
SHUGARS, JOHN HENRY 
SIMON, EDWARD J 
SINGLETON, JOHN B 
SINGLETON, PAUL B 
SLEZAK, THOMAS J 
SMITH, JAMES DARRELL 
SMITH, LEE A 
SMITH, LIDDELL 
SOUTHERLAND, JAMES W 
SPEIGHTS, PINKNEY 
SPOCK, WILLIAM HENRY 
STANKOWSKI , CHESTER S 
STANLEY, WILLIAM R 
STARKEY, JACK W 
STCLAIR, GEORGE W 
STEELE, MARVIN E 
STEPHENS, RICKEY L 
STEVENS, RUSSELL EDWIN 
STEVENS, WILLIAM E, JR 
STEWART, ROBERT E 
STOLTZ, FREDERICK B 
STROMSKI, JOHN R 
STRONGIN, HERBERT 
STUCK, ROBERT L 
SWANN, JOHN B 
SWANSON, LENNART P 
TACKABERRY, JOHN 6 
TAPSCOTT, FRANK L 
TARRANCE, JACK R 
TATE, NORMAN A, JR 
TAYLOR, ELMO M 
TAYLOR, LEROY GARFIELD 
TAYLOR, LYNN H 
TERI, ULDEPIGO GINO 
TER 10, CHARLES J, III 
TESTER, JACK G 
THOMAS, JAMES 
THOMPSON, ARTHUR JOHN 
THOMPSON, MICHAEL J 
TIDWELL, LESTER L 
TILLER, JEARLINE 



PRIVATE, $4,921.02 

PRIVATE 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 5,115.27 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

LT, 8,547.00 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

FROM JULY 10 4,305.89 

SGT, 7,252.02 

FROM OCT. 16 1,888.55 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,856.27 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,985.77 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE 4,921.02 

SGT, 7,640.52 

LIEUTENANT, 8,158.50 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 5,244.77 

PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 5,180.02 

FROM OCT. 16 1,888.55 

PRIVATE, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 14 

TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 15 4,182.86 

SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 1,008.58 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, TO SEPT. 30 2,266.26 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

TECHNICIAN 5,439.02 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,856.27 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

FROM OCT. 16 1,888.55 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

PRIVATE, 5,050.52 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

TECHNICIAN, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 5,050.52 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, TO AUG. 31 1,510.84 

SGT, 6,863.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

FROM OCT. L6 1,888.55 

PRIVATE, TO SEPT. 16 1,913.73 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

SERGEANT, 6,863.52 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 5,244.77 

PRIVATE 5,050.52 

SERGEANT, 6,539.77 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 



147 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS - CONTINUED 



TOMASKO, EDWARD A 
TOMLIN, KENNETH ALDEN 
TORREGROSSA, GERALD J 
TOVEN, ALBERT P 
TREW, WILLIAM L, JR 
TROLLINGER, JAMES T 
TURNER, HENRY L 
TURNER, JOHN E 
TURNER, ROBERT C 
TUTTLE, LEWIS ELSWORTH 
TWOMBLY, DONALD P 
TWOMBLY, WARREN EUGENE 
UMLOR, ELWIN LEON 
VANDUSER, DULAN W 
VANFLEET, VIRGIL LEON 
VANHOOSER, WILLIAM R 
VANMAASTRICHT, DONALD F 
VARGO, FRANK A 
VETH, THEODORE PHELPS 
VEVERS, FRANK H 
VOIGT, ROLAND FRANCIS 
WAGNER, PAUL A 
WALCKER, RODGER T 
WALLACE, LITTLETON, JR 
WALLEY, FRANK J 
WARNER, FRANCIS D 
WATERS, WILLIAM E 
WEAVER, JOHN 
WELCH, FRANCIS W, III 
WELCH, RALPH R 
WELCH, WILLIAM P 
WELLS, HERBERT J 
WERKHEISER, JOHN G 
WESTNER, WILLIAM J 
WHEELER, W CRAIG 
WHITE, ETSON D 
WHITE, STEPHEN J 
WHITT, JAMES 
WHITTINGTON, JOSEPH L 
WIDO, PETER JOSEPH 
WIEBKE, RAYMOND FRED 
WIEBOLD, RALPH H D 
WILLHOIT, STERLING 
WILLIAMS, SEOMONE C 
WILLOUGHBY, CHARLES M 
WILSON, H ELDRED 
WILSON, LLOYD E 
WOLD, DALE L 
WOLFE, LANDON EUGENE 
WOLFORD, RICHARD E 
WOMERSLEY, JOHN T 
WOODEN, DEAN BRUCE 
WYCOFF, CARROLL 0, JR 
YACONO, PAUL J 
YORKMAN, CLIFTON E 
YOUNG, ROBERT W 
YOUNGER, HAROLD C 
ZIEMBA, FRANK M, JR 



OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER 

ADAMS, ADELL 
AKERS, WINNIE B 
ALEXANDER, JEFFREY 
ALLEN, JOHN MERLE 
ALVEY, CHARLES WAYNE 

AMICK, JOHN HOWARD 
ANDERSON, DONNALD K 
ANDERSON, WILLIAM T 
ANDREWS, JOSEPH J 
ANSHEL, STEWART ALAN 
A^BOGAST, TIMOTHY T 
BAINE, CHARLES N 



PRIVATE 

PR I VATE, . 

PRIVATE, , 

PRIVATE, , 

PRIVATE, , 

CAPTAIN, , 

PRIVATE, , 

FROM DEC. 4 , 

PRIVATE , , 

PRIVATE, TO AUG. 11 , 

PRIVATE, , 

PRIVATE , , 

PRIVATE , 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, , 

PRIVATE, , 

PRIVATE, , 

PRIVATE, 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 8 , 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, , 

PRIVATE, , 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, TO OCT. 31 , 

SERGEANT, , 

SGT, , 

PRIVATE, TO JULY 26 , 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE, , 

PRIVATE , 

TECHNICIAN, 

PRIVATE, , 

PRIVATE, TO AUG. 31 

PRIVATE , 

DEPUTY SGT AT ARMS-CHG OF MACE, ..., 

FROM DEC. 4 , 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE , 

PRIVATE, , 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, TO AUG. 9 , 

PRIVATE, , 

FROM AUG. 14 , 

PRIVATE , 

ASSISTANT CASHIER, , 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE , , 

FROM JULY 10 , 

PRIVATE, , 

PRIVATE, , 

SERGEANT, 

PRIVATE, , 

PRIVATE , , 

PRIVATE, 

LIEUTENANT, , 

PRIVATE, , 

PRIVATE , , 

MESSENGER, TO AUG. 14 

COUNTER, TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 2 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 

BARBER LONGWORTH, , 

ASST CHIEF-MACHINE UNIT, TO OCT. 31 

AND FROM NOV. 3 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 14 

CHIEF-FLOOR TELE SERVICE, 

FROM SEPT. 13 TO OCT. 31 , 

FROM NOV. 17 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 2 

GALLERY CHECKROOM ATTENDANT, , 

DOORMAN- FLOOR, 



.02 
.02 



$4,921.02 
4,532.52 
4,532.52 
4,532.52 
5,309.52 
10,360.02 
4,532.52 

679.88 
4,921.02 
1,032.41 
4,921, 
4,921, 
4,856.27 
4,921.02 
4,921.02 
4, 532.52 
4,532.52 
4,532.52 
4,921.02 

201.45 
4,532.52 
4,532.52 
4,532.52 
4,856.27 
3,021.68 
6,863.52 
6,863.52 

654.70 
4,921.02 
4,921.02 
4,921.02 
5, 309.52 
4,532.52 
1,640.34 
4,921.02 
6,051.48 

679.88 
4,921.02 
4,921.02 
4,921.02 
4,597.27 

982.05 
4,532.52 
3,449.75 
4, 726.77 
11,287.50 
4,921.02 
4,532.52 
4,305.89 
4,532.52 
5,309.52 
6,863.52 
4,921.02 
4,532.52 
4,921.02 
8,935.50 
4,532.52 
4,921.02 



875.98 
4,411.89 

634.58 
4,308.32 

6,360.72 
555.26 
8,554.98 
1,205.20 
1, 104.77 
1, 150.18 
4,849.02 
5,062.98 



148 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER - CONTINUED 



BALLOW, WILLIAM D 
BARBERO, ANTONINO 
BARKINS, WILLIAM 
BARNES, FRANK ALVERON 
BARTER, JAMES F 
BASARAN, AYSEN 
BASINGER, MILDRED R 
BASS, JAMES MELVIN 
BATES, ROBERT S 
BEARDEN, THOMAS C 
BEATLEY, PAUL KEVIN 
BEATY, CHARLES EDGAR 
BECHTEL, FRANK A 
BELIN, JOHN 
BELL, ANDREW JOSEPH 
BELL, GOLDA S 
BENDIT, SALIG L 
BENNETT, GERALD EDWIN 
BISSELL, MOLLIE BRYDEN 
BJELLOS, ELI S 
BLACKSTOCK, SAM 
BLANK, CHARLES THOMAS 
BLEVINS, RALPH EDWARD 
BLOYER, JOHN HOLLIS 
BOATWRIGHT, BRUCE C 
BODDEN, MARK LELAND 
BOLDING, FRANCES CLARA 
BOLYARD, DAVID R 
BOND, SIDNEY S 

BONILLA, CHRISTOPHER R 
BOTT, KARL M 

BOURLAND, BILL W 

BOWMAN, JOSEPH N 
BROOKER, GEORGE P 
BROOKER, WILLIAM H 
BROOKS, BERNARD EUGENE 
BROOKS, CLIFFORD C, JR 
BROOKS, LEWIS C E 
BROWN, DAVID W 
BROWN, FRANCES K 
BROWN, MALCOLM S 
BROWN, MILDRED 
BROWN, RICHARD P 
BROWN, ROBERT L 
BROWN, ROBERT M 
BROWN, THOMAS L 
BRYSON, ALBERT D 
BUDD, JOSEPH 
BUDD, MARIE 
BURKHALTER, JOEL T 
3URNESS, ROBERT A 



BURNSIDE, CONRAD S 



CAHN, JAMES L 
CALDWELL, STEVEN POPE 
CALLIS, LEON T 
CAPPS, CHARLES, III 
CAREY, DELLA T 
CAREY, LAWRENCE H 
CARTER, JAMES LEE 
CARTER, LILLIE INEZ 
CARTER, LUCILLE KETCHUM 
CASTILLO, MAYBELLE 
CAUSIN, ROBERT W 
CAVINESS, HAROLD S 
CHAMBERS, FRANCE ALLEN 
CHARTAK, LOUISE M 
CHAVARRIA, RICHARD J 
CHIPOURAS, TOULA 



PAGE, TO AUG. 18 

JANITOR, 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 2 

MESSENGER, 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 26 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

SECRETARY, 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 16 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 16 

SPEAKERS PAGE, 

PAGE, TO AUG. 18 

ASSISTANT CHIEF, 

LABORER, 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 

MACHINE ASST, 

DOORMAN , 

MECHANIC, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

CHIEF, 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 2 

FROM SEPT. 8 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, TO JUNE 18 

FROM SEPT. 11 

MESSENGER, 

BARBER, 

FROM SEPT. 11 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM 
OCT. 3 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 11 ... 

FROM AUG. 14 TO NOV. 2 

WRAPPER, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 4 TO 
AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 2 TO SEPT. 25 . 
FROM JULY 3 TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 

TO AUG. 31 

PAGE, TO AUG. 18 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

FROM JULY 7 

JANITOR, 

LABORER, 

LABORER, 

FROM SEPT. 12 

MESSENGER, 

BARBER CAPITOL, 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, 

FROM AUG. 17 

LABORER, 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 

LABORER, 

CHIEF-GALLERY DOORMAN, 

LABORER, 

INSERTER , 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 2 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 30 AND 
FROM OCT. 10 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 

3 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO JUNE 30 AND FROM 
JULY 4 TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 TO 

AUG. 18 

PAGE, TO AUG. 18 

FROM SEPT. 6 TO NOV. 2 

ASST CUSTODIAN, 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 

MANICURIST LONGWORTH, 

CHIEF BARBER LONGWORTH, 

DOORMAN FLOOR, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

ATTENDANT, 

COUNTER, 

FROM DEC. 6 

FROM SEPT. 6 

FROM AUG. 1 

LEDGER CLERK, 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 2 

COUNTER, 



$951.87 
3,980.24 
1, 150.18 
3,918.48 
1, 141.39 
4,870.16 
7,215.51 

377.64 

634.58 

365.56 
4,064.25 

951.87 

14,000.68 

3,746.66 

634.58 
5,300.70 
4, 112.52 
5,784.36 
5,057.49 
15,097.30 
1, 150.18 
2,295.75 

634.58 
5,287.34 

451.95 
2,761.92 
4,069.14 
4, 143.16 

1,943.40 
1,566.62 

1,808.66 

1,070.86 
951.87 
3,748.75 
4,008.41 
3,687.53 
3,746.66 
3,746.66 
2,736.81 
3,918.48 
4,308.32 
5,050.13 
3,061.54 
3,602.52 
634.58 
3,602.52 
7, 138.02 
3,746.66 
4,370.38 
1, 150.18 



854.22 

951.87 
1,130.35 
4,143.84 

634.58 
3,746.66 
4,555.98 
4,791.48 
5,388.38 
3,743.52 
5,026.86 

495.77 
2,771.02 
2,714.42 
4,632.40 
1,150.18 
4,300.30 



149 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER - CONTINUED 



CHONKA, GARY THOMAS 
CHRISTAKOSt ANNA 
CLARK, JAMES R 
CLARK, JAMES T 
CLARK, MELBA MARIE 
CLARY, PATRICK LON 
CLEMMER, PUETT JENNINGS 
COCHRAN, STEPHEN 
COFIELD, RUSSELL 
COHEN, STEVEN ELLIS 
COLEMAN, ROBERT C 
COLSON, CHRISTIAN 
CONNER, KEVIN MICHAEL 
CONRAD, PAUL EDWARD 
CONYERS, DRAYNE 
CORTINA, ENRIQUE M 
CORVIN, TOMOE NAKAMURA 
CRAWFORD, JAMES A 
CRAWFORO, VINCENT P 
CRIMM, SAM, II 
CRIPPEN, WILLIAM T 
CROSS, CARL E 
CROWTHER, DENNIS M 
CUBERO, AUREA ESTHER 
CUBERO, FRANK 
DADE, ROGER L 
DAVIS, TEVIS LEE 
DECKER, GEORGE JOHN A 
DEHART, JOHN 
DEMPSEY, MARTIN J 
DEVANE, RAPHAEL 
DICKERSON, LAWRENCE L 
DINGELL, JOHN D, III 
DIPAULA, SALVATORE J 
DIPOMPO, JOSEPH 
DONALDSON, JOSEPH W 
DGRSEY, REGINA 
DUNPHY, EDWARD J 
EALEY, BEN, JR 
EARL, WALTER STANLEY 
EDMONDS, BEVERLY J 
EGAN, JOHN F 
ELKINS, STEPHEN L 
ENGLISH, JESSE L 
ERLENBUSCH, FRED 



ESTRIN, SAMUEL J 
FARMER, MARK 
FARRELL, CATHERINE ANN 
FEATHERSTONE, ROBERT G 
FELIX, FRED PURVIS 
FLEMING, GEOFFREY E 
FLEMING, THOMAS E, JR 
FLOYD, THERESA E 
FORD, CALVIN 
FORDt CARL D, JR 
FORREST, RICHARD M 
FOX, THOMAS WARREN 
FRAZIER, CHARLES E 
FREEMAN, PATRICIA E 
GALLEGOS, JERRY LYNN 
GATES, WILLIAM H 
GETTINGER, ROBERT H 
GLICK, JONATHAN A 
GOULD, RAY 
GOWEN, DORIS L 
GRADESS, JEROME ROBERT 
GRANARA, J RALPH 
GREATHOUSE, ROBERT C 
GREENE, ROBERT R 
GRIFFIN, PAUL WILLIAM 
GUIFFRE, ROBERT E 
GUILLORY, PAUL 
HALL, MANASSES 



COUNTER ASSISTANT, $4,519.50 

ATTENDANT LADIES ROOM, 3,918.48 

FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 2 634.58 

DOORMAN-GALLERY, 4,519.50 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 4,545.60 

FROM JULY 2 TO SEPT. 5 1,269.16 

DOORMAN, 4,248.48 

FROM DEC. 1 614.17 

LABORER, 3,746.66 

PAGE, TO NOV. 2 2,419.34 

TELEPHONE ASSISTANT (MINI, 5,742.00 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 634.58 

PAGE, TO NOV. 2 2,419.34 

FROM JULY 17 TO NOV. 2 2,102.j5 

COUNTER ASSISTANT 5,334.00 

PAGE-DOCUMENTARIAN, TO AUG. 18 1,051.02 

MESSENGER, 4,322.70 

LABORER, 3,746.66 

LABORER, 3,746.66 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO SEPT. 30 515.60 

MESSENGER COUNTER CLERK, 4,035.48 

LABORER CUSTODIAL FORCE, 3,746.66 

FROM OCT. 6 TO OCT. 17 237.97 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 5,464.31 

SUPERVISOR PAGES CLOAKROOM, 5,539.02 

CHIEF PACKAGE UNIT, 5,851.03 

MESSENGER, 3,750.54 

PAGE, TO AUG. 18 951.87 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 2 1,150.18 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 10 1,883.12 

STOCK CLERK 6,339.41 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 634.58 

COUNTER, TO SEPT. 15 1,833.73 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 4,654.98 

BARBER CANNON, 4,308.32 

PAGE, TO JUNE 29 575.09 

COUNTER, TO JUNE 30 AND FROM JULY 2 .. 4,703.49 

PAGE, TO AUG. 18 951.87 

LABORER, 3,746.66 

FROM JULY 17 TO SEPT. 4 1,169.07 

FROM JULY 17 3,158.53 

FRCM OCT. 13 1,553.65 

PAGE, TO AUG. 18 951.37 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 31 1,005.28 

FROM AUG. 14 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 
3 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 2 TO OCT. 

15 1,331.22 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 634.58 

FROM SEPT. 5 2,650.29 

INSERTER, TO JULY 26 AND FROM OCT. 2 . 2,631.65 

CHIEF BARBER RAYBURN, 4,555.98 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 4,654.98 

FROM JULY 19 TO NOV. 2 2,062.39 

FROM JULY 1 4,248.48 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, 4,318.10 

LABORER, 3,746.66 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 4,519.50 

PAGE, TO JUNE 29 575.09 

BARBER LONGWORTH, 4,308.32 

DOORMAN-GALLERY, 4,519.50 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 4,669.75 

FOURTH ASST SUPERINTENDENT, 6,019.80 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 634.58 

PAGE, TO AUG. 18 951.87 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO SEPT. 30 515.60 

PAGE, TO NOV. 2 2,419.34 

SECRETARY, 5,562.99 

DOORMAN-FLOOR, 4,519.50 

OOORMAN-FLOOR, 4,927.02 

FROM SEPT. 6 TO NOV. 2 1,130.35 

LABORER, 3,746.66 

DOORMAN, 4,248.48 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 5,607.82 

FROM SEPT. 7 TO SEPT. 30 523.96 

LABORER, 3,746.66 



150 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER - CONTINUED 



HAMMILL, JAMES FRANCIS 
HANEY, GORDON 
HANNAFORD, LEON E, JR 
HARDY, GEORGE 
HARE, CATHFRINE K 
HARRIS, DOROTHY 

HARRIS, LOGAN, JR 
HARRISON, ANNA 
HARROUN, TIMOTHY J 
HARTMAN, GREGORY L 
HATCHETT, ROBERT E 
HAWKINS, KENNETH D 
HAYNESWORTH, PEGGY L 
HENRY, JAMES J 

HEUER, GARY WAYNE 
HICKS, LUKE H 
HILDER8RANDT, THOMAS H 
HILL, BESSIE B 
HIMMELFARB, EDWARD 
HOAG, CHARLES L 
HOCKENBERRY, DANIEL V 
HOFFMAN, MARK 
HOGUE, RONNIE C 



HOHNADEL, HAROLD 
HOLBERT, HELEN RUTH 
HOLMES, DAVID W 
HORNEY, GRACE I 
HOWARD, JAMES, JR 
HOWARD, OLAN T 
HUDDLESTON, DAVID H 
HUNDLEY, JEANNE C 
HURDLE, SIDNEY L, JR 
ILLSLEY, THAYER V 
INMAN, WILLIAM H 
JACKSON, JAMES E 
JACKSON, JAMES R 
JACKSON, JOHN EDWARD 
JACOBS, LAWRENCE 
JAY, CHRISTOPHER E 
JENKINS, RICHARD E, JP 
JENKINS, TERRY RAY 
JERNIGAN, WARREN H 
JEWELL, WILL H 

JOFFRE, JOHN ANTHONY 
JOHNSON, DOROTHY L 
JOHNSON, ROBERT H 
JONES, JAMES H, III 
JONES, MARTHA JANE 
KEAHEY, THOMAS M 
KELLEY, KEVIN JOHN 
KENDALL, PAUL WILLIAM 
KENTES, MICHAEL, JR 
KIEFFER, ROBERT EUGENE 

KIRKLAND, DOROTHY M 
KIRKLAND, FRANKLIN E 
KIRKLAND, HARRY M 
KIRKLAND, TIMOTHY 
KLEIN, GORDON LEE 
KLEIN, JOHN M, JR 



KNOBLAUGH, ERNESTINE 
KNOTT, JAMES H, JP 
KOCH, CHARLES 
KOLZAK, STEPHEN F 
KUSER, EUGENE J 
LANE, RUSSELL 
LARKIN, ROBERT F, JR 
LASCH, RONALD 



COUNTER ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO SEPT. 30 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO SEPT. 30 

FROM AUG. 1 

MACHINE ASSISTANT 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM 

SEPT. 12 

FROM JULY 1 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 2 

PAGE OVERSEER, TO AUG. 18 

LABORER, 

PAGE, TO AUG. 18 

MESSENGER, 

FROM SEPT. 27 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM 

OCT. 5 TO OCT. 18 

FROM SEPT. 5 

STAFF ASSISTANT-IMM. OFF. DKPR 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 2 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, TO JUNE 30 

MESSENGER, 

COUNTER ASSISTANT 

FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 2 

FROM JULY 4 TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 8 
TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 2 TO SEPT. 

17 

ASST SUPERINTENDENT, 

INSERTER, 

FROM JULY 1 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

FROM JULY 1 

FROM OCT. 12 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 

CHIEF , 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 

FIRST ASST SUPERINTENDENT, 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 22 

INSERTER, 

FOREMAN, 

LABORER, 

FROM OCT. 2 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 5 

FROM JULY 17 

GENERAL CLERK, 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 31 

CHIEF FLOOR DOORMAN, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, TO DEC. 8 AND 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 9 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

LABORER, 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 2 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

DOORMAN, 

DOORMAN, TO JULY 31 

MESSENGER, TO AUG. 31 

DOORMAN, 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 AND FROM SEPT. 

5 TO NOV. 2 

FROM JULY 5 

BARBERSHOP ATTENDANT RHOB, TO JULY 31 

BARBERSHOP ATTENDANT LHOB, 

BARBERSHOP ATTENDANT CHOB, 

FROM SEPT. 6 TO NOV. 2 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO JUNE 30 AND FROM 
JULY 3 TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 2 TO 

AUG. 31 

INSERTER, 

FROM JULY 1 

DOORMAN-FLOOR, TO AUG. 31 

FROM JULY 17 TO SEPT. 30 

CHIEF BARBER CANNON, 

LABORER, 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 

MINORITY CHIEF, 



$753.25 

515.60 

515.60 

3,427. 1C 

4,607.48 

4,226.03 
4,654.98 
5,072.61 
1, 150.18 
1, 132.93 
3,746.66 
951.87 
4,067.96 

356.95 
2,650.29 
7,293.00 
1, 150.18 
5,699.13 

129.92 
3,695.64 
4,519.50 

634.58 



1,322.55 

6,362.52 
5,019.32 
5,431.02 
4,976.26 
4,248.48 
1,804.94 

634.58 
8,017.50 

634.58 
10,760.28 
1,034.63 
3,614.88 
4,555.98 
3,746.66 
1,685.61 
3,746.96 
4,500.00 
1,506.50 
6,827.52 

3,931.55 
634.58 
5,607.45 
3,746.66 
1, 150.. 18 
5,448.60 
4,248.48 
685.42 
1,234.43 
4, 112.52 

1, 784.76 
4,463.35 
561.50 
3,497.84 
3,497.84 
1, 130.35 



I, 195.52 
3,834.96 
4,519.50 
1, 597. 16 
1,858.02 
4,555.98 
3, 746.66 
634.58 
9,270.48 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER - CONTINUED 



LAWSON, GLENN E 

LEE, DAVID FURMAN 
LEHMAN, CHARLES ALLEN 
LEPESKA, RICHARD G 
LITCHFIELD, WILLIAM G 

LIVINGSTON, HARRY M 
LLOYD, HOWARD P 

LOVE, PERCY E 
MACINNIS, WILLIAM J 
MAGRUDER, NATHANIEL E 
MAGUIRE, WILLIAM A 
MAJORS, MICHAEL R 
MALONEY, MARK 
MALRY, CHARLES BILLY 
MANDEL, IRVIN 
MARSHALL, DOUGLAS W 
MARSTON, CHARLES 
MARTIN, JOHN M, III 
MAXWELL, PRENTICE 
MAY, C LARRY 
MCCLAIN, ADDIE M 
MCCOWN, GEORGE W 
MCCOY, WILBERT 
MCCREADY, DAVID R 
MCFADDEN, MICHAEL P 
MCGEEHAN, WILLIAM J 
MCGINN, DANIEL G 
MCINTYRE, JOHN H 
MCMILLIAN, GARFIELD F 
MELLODY, CHARLES JAMES 
MENAUGH, ROBERT M 
MERSKY, RANDY JEFF 
METCALF, ERNEST 
MEUNIER, MICHAEL 
MICHAELSON, MANUEL 
MILLER, ALBERT LOUIS 

MILLER, MICHAEL J 
MILLER, WILLIAM M 
MITCHELL, JAMES BLALOCK 
MITCHELL, JEROME E 
MOBLEY, JACK D, JR 
MOBLEY, MARY LOU 
MOLEY, DANIEL J 
MONAHAN, JOHN LEO 
MONAN, WILLIAM F 
MORFIA, SAMUEL E 
MORRIS, YVONNE 
MOSS, MARY LAURA 
MOTT, VENETTA M 



MOTT, VENETTA M 
MOUTON, LAURA D 
MUNSON, CAROLINE J 
NEBEL, FRANCES L 
NEIDLINGER, JOSLIN J 
NELSON, WILLIAM STEEN 
NOLL, DENNIS 
NOLL, JOHN M 
NOWDEN, TALMADGE 



OBERMAN, IRVIN 
OMALLEY, ROBERT J 
ONEILL, SOPHIE C 
OSBORNE, JAMES GARLAND 
OSWALT, ROBERT DOW 

PARKER, HARRY F, JR 
PARKER, MILLIE E 
PARKINSON, DON MARTIN 



INSERTER, TO JUNE 30 AND FROM JULY 2 

TO AUG. 3 

DOORMAN, 

FROM SEPT. 6 TO NOV. 2 

DOORMAN, TO SEPT. 10 

PAGE, TO SEPT. 4 AND PAGE OVERSEER, 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 2 

BUDGETARY £ OPER.OFF DOORKPR., 

MESSENGER, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 2 
TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 2 TO DEC. 6 

LABORER, 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 

JANITOR, 

DOORMAN- GALLERY, 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 2 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 

LABORER, 

DOORMAN, 

PAGE-TELEPHONE, TO NOV. 2 

2ND ASST SUPERINTENDENT, 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT 

ASSISTANT, 

CLERK-OFFICE OF THE CHIEF, 

INSERTER, 

LABORER 

INSERTER, 

DOORMAN , 

CHIEF BOOK UNIT, 

PAGE-TELEPHONE, TO JUNE 25 

LABORER, 

BARBER RAYBURN, 

ASST MAJ CHIEF-FL TELE SERVICE, 

CHIEF, 

PAGE, TO NOV. 2 

TRUCK DRIVER, 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 2 

ASSISTANT, 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO OCT. 1 AND FROM 

OCT. 3 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 2 

FROM SEPT. 25 TO OCT. 31 

DOORKEEPER- H. OF REP., 

MESSENGER, TO AUG. 31 

FROM OCT. 2 

MECHANIC 

MACHINE OPR, 

FROM JULY 1 

LEGISLATIVE ANALYST, 

FROM DEC. 13 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 2 

CHIEF-MANUEL PROCESSING UNIT, 

MESSENGER, 

FROM JULY 8 TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 
TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 8 TO SEPT. 

30 AND FROM OCT. 7 TO OCT. 31 

FROM NOV. 7 TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 2 

MESSENGER, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

ASST CLERK (JOB ORDERS), 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 

DOORMAN, 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 

ASSISTANT CHIEF OF OPERATIONS, 

FROM JULY 9 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

2 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 4 TO OCT. 

31 AND FROM NOV. 2 

ASST CHIEF DOORMAN-GALLERY-DKP, 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

CHIEF OPERATIONS SECTION, TO SEPT. 9 . 
COUNTER, TO JUNE 30 AND MACHINE 

OPERATOR, FROM JULY 1 

COUNTER ASST, 

MESSENGER, 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 



$658.66 
4,112.52 
1, 130.35 
1,599.31 

2,594.30 
14,817.48 

3,216.46 
3,746.66 
5,334.00 
3,717.10 
5,062.98 
1, 150.18 

634.58 
3,746.66 
4,384.02 
2,439.87 
8,484.30 

634.58 
6,327.52 
7,951.98 
3,646.52 
4,267.50 
3,746.66 
4,035.48 
4,248.48 
5,555.46 

495.77 
3,746.66 
4, 308.32 
7,060.50 
12,289.98 
2,420.62 
4,583.00 
1, 150.18 
10,916.52 



3,977.86 
713.90 

19,999.98 
1,217.28 
2,234.64 
5,552.45 
5, 101.42 
2,334.52 

15,289.02 

356.95 

1,150.18 

5,692.04 

3,933.12 



2,276.00 
1, 256.54 
4,035.48 
4,964.64 
5,638.10 

634.58 
4, 112.52 

634.58 
10,032.44 



3,311.73 

5,547.00 

10,069.98 

5, 199.34 

3,670.58 

4,955.00 
4, 519.50 
4,570.92 
1,370.84 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER - CONTINUED 



PARRISH, JAMES E, JR 
PARTRIDGE, MICHAEL A 
PASTIS, MARIA K 
PAWLIK, CHARLES F 
PELOQUIN, ROBERT DCLAN 
PERKINS, STANLEY L, JR 
PERRY, RANDALL 
PETERSON, RICHARD A 



PHILLIPS, DOUGLAS E 
PHILLIPS, THOMAS E 



PHILLIPS, THOMAS E 

PIPES, KEVIN BLAKE 
PITTS, WILLIAM R, JR 
PLATT, JAMES RAY 
PLIGHT, JOSEPH 

POORE, THOMAS PRESTON 
POPOS, DEAN G 
PRELOH, ELLEN 
qUATTRONE, FRANK J 
QUATTRONE, JOSEPH P 
RABELO, TEREZINHA 



RABELO, TEREZINHA 
RABY, HOYT DWAYNE 
RANDALL, LOU 
RAPONE, JAMES J, > 
REGALIA, OPAL L 
REIDY, MARY 
REKER, ARTHUR W, . 
RICHARDSON, KAY C 



RICHARDSON, KAY C 

RIDGEWAY, MARIE D 
RINES, BOYD T 
RIVERA, MARIO S 
ROBINSON, CONSTANCE V 
ROEBUCK, RAYMOND H 
ROSAMILIA, STEVEN J 

ROWAN, ALFRED WAYNE 
RUDDY, JOHN M 

RUSS, ERNEST J 
RUSSELL, ROBERT RAILEY 
RUTLAND, JAMES 
SADKA, DAVID JOHN 
SAGISSER, DAVID GERARD 
SAMPLE, OKIE LUE 
SANDERS, ALAN E 
SANDERS, GEORGE E 
SCHRECENGOST, ERIC 

SCHULER, JOHN EDGAR 
SCOTT, RICHARD L 
SCOTT, RITA L 

SEGROVES, HAROLD 
SEWELL, HELEN WINFIELD 
SHAW, MICHAEL T 
SHEA, CHRISTOPHER 
SHEAHAN, THOMAS J, JR 

SHEPARO, KATHERINE C 
SHOTTS, GALEN K 
SHULMAN, MICHAEL J 
SIMMONS, MILES D 
SIMON, CHARLES F, JR 



PAGE OVERSEER, TO NOV. 2 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 16 

MESSENGER, 

DOORMAN, 

INSERTER, TO AUG. 11 

FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 2 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 

FROM JULY 10 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 
5 TO OCT. 31 AND FRCM NOV. 2 TO NOV. 

30 AND FROM DEC. 4 

FROM SEPT. 11 TO SEPT. 13 

FROM JULY 4 TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 4 
TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 6 TO SEPT. 

30 AND FROM OCT. 3 TO OCT. 31 

FRCM NOV. 6 TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 6 

TO DEC. 12 

PAGE, TO AUG. 18 

ASSISTANT MINORITY CHIEF, 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 

FROM DEC. 15 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 

DOORMAN , 

TELEPHONE CLERK, 

ASST CHIEF MACHINE UNIT, 

BARBER, 

MACHINE ASST, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 
14 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 6 TO 
SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 8 TO OCT. 31 .. 
FROM NOV. 8 TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 2 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 

DOORMAN GALLERY, 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

MACHINE OPERATOR 

RECEPTIONIST-STATUARY HALL, 

PAGE, TO AUG. 18 

COUNTER, TO JUNE 30 AND <=ROM JULY 16 
TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 15 TO AUG. 31 

AND FROM SEPT. 11 TO SEPT. 3C 

FROM OCT. 13 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 

16 TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 8 

CLERK, 

FROM AUG. 1 

PAGE-TELEPHONE, TO AUG. 13 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

SNACK BAR ATTENDANT DEM, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, TO JUNE 30 AND FROM 

JULY 2 

DOORMAN-FLOOR, 

MESSENGER, TO JUNE 30 AND FROM JULY 3 
TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 4 TO AUG. 19 

MAJORITY SPVP OF HOUSE PAGES, 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 

FROM OCT. 3 TO NOV. 2 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 

FRCM SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 2 . . .' 

ATTENDANT LADIES ROOM, 

DOORMAN-GALLERY, 

MACHINE ASST, 

FROM OCT. 11 TC NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 

4 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

FROM OCT. 10 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 

2 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO SEPT. 30 

SNACK BAR ATTENDANT REP, 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 22 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 2 

FROM OCT. 2 TO OCT. 2 AND FROM OCT. 4 
TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 13 TO NOV. 15 

CHIEF-MACHINE UNIT, 

PAGE, TO AUG. 18 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 16 

FILE CLERK, 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 



$2,834.21 
365.56 
4,743. 10 
4,384.02 
826.78 
634.58 
634.58 



3,256.41 
59.49 



2, 121.89 

634.58 

951.87 

7,417.50 

634.58 

323.20 

4,519.50 

4,248.48 

5,412.00 

6,428.24 

4,143. 16 



2,075.85 
1,064.56 

634.58 
4,927.02 

703.08 
4,839.40 
4,267.50 

951.87 



It 157.50 

1,255.48 
7,304.40 
3,540.40 
852.72 
4, 879.60 
3,802.02 

5,010.02 
4,384.02 

920.57 
9,055.02 
4, 868.52 
594.92 
634.58 
1, 150.18 
4, 150.98 
4, 519.50 
4,235. 16 

1,767.06 

634.58 

5,013.12 

1,631.04 
515.60 

4,384.02 
436.28 

1,225.09 

614.75 

7,258.23 

951.87 

401.73 

5,606.52 

4,519.50 



SLEMP, 


C B, I I 


SMALL, 


HERBERT 


SMITH, 


EUGENE F 


SMITH, 


FREDERICK M 


SMITH, 


HENRY 


SMITH, 


JAMES WALTER 


SMITH, 


JEAN K 


SMITH, 


JOBY 


SMITH, 


MATTHEW OUNLAP 


SMOLAN, 


STEVEN M 


SOMMERS 


, CARL E 


SOUTHERLAND, ELONZIA B 


SOWAROS 


, JAMES EVERETT 


SPEIGHT 


, BARNEY H 


SPENCER 


, EDNA E 


SPIVEY, 


SAMUEL P, JR 


SPRAGUE 


, TERRY EARL 


STINSOf\ 


1, KIM N 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER - CONTINUED 

SIMPSON, DONITA T FROM AUG. 22 S3.490.61 

SISISKY, RICHARD PAGE-NEWSPAPER-BENCH, TO JULY 31 AND 

PAGE OVERSEER, FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 2 . 2,696.87 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 5,877.00 

JANITOR, 4,450.11 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 4,953.87 

CHIEF-DELIVERY UNIT, TO JUNE 30 AND 
FROM JULY 2 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

8 4,933.41 

BARBERSHOP ATTO CAPITOL, 3,497.84 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 2 1,150.18 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, 4,197.46 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 5,198.10 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 18 951.87 

FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 13 634.58 

GENERAL CLERK, 4,654.98 

BARBER RAYBURN, 4,308.32 

FROM NOV. 20 813.06 

DOORMAN, TO JULY 16 365.56 

INSERTER, TO JUNE 30 AND FROM JULY 2 . 4,726.11 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 16 365.56 

FROM NOV. 6 TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 2 1,070.86 

INSERTER, TO JUNE 30 AND FROM JULY 6 

TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 TO AUG. 23 954.87 

STOLBERG, JAMES LA RUE WRAPPER, 4,601.88 

STUBER, JAMES A FROM SEPT. 11 2,513.21 

SULLIVAN, DANIEL R, JR FROM SEPT. 5 TO SEPT. 30 515. 6C 

SUTT, ROBERT THEODORE BARBER-CAPITOL, 4,308.32 

SWAN, EVELYN J MANICURIST RAYBURN, 3,746.66 

SWARTZ, SAMUEL JEFFREY FROM JULY 7 TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 
15 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 3 TO 

SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 9 TO OCT. 31 .. 1,784.77 
SWARTZ, SAMUEL JEFFREY FROM NOV. 10 TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 

6 TO DEC. 11 535.42 

SYREIKA, JOSEPH JOHN FROM SEPT. 18 TO SFPT. 30 AND FROM 

OCT. 3 TO NOV. 10 1,097.12 

SZEP, MICHAEL S MESSENGER, TO AUG. 31 1,333.58 

TACKA8ERRY, JOHN B DOORMAN, TO JULY 31 685.42 

TALBERT, JAMES NELSON 3RD ASST SUPERINTENDENT, 7,514.28 

TANNENBAUM, PHILIP L RECEPTIONIST-PRAYER ROOM, 3,918.48 

TATE, RUTH M FROM JULY 17 5,654.83 

TAYLOR, BARRINGTON A, JR FROM OCT. 1 1,773.50 

TAYLOR, CHARLES HENRY SNACKBAR ATTENDANT REP, 3,802.02 

TEAR, THOMAS H SUPERVISOR PAGES MINORITY, 10,881.48 

TERRY, ROSA L FROM JULY 1 4,091.16 

THOMAS, GREGORY L LABORER, 3,746.66 

THOMPSON, WILLIAM B FROM OCT. 24 TO NOV. 19 519.02 

THORNTON, ROBERT D FROM SEPT. 12 TO OCT. 31 971.70 

TIBBS, HARRY LABORER, 3,746.66 

TIDD, BETTY A INSERTER, 5,079.36 

TOLSON, SYDNEY LABORER, 3,746.66 

TOLSON, WILLIAM M COUNTER ASSISTANT, 4,927.02 

TREMBLY, KENT J FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 634.58 

TRUSLOW, JOHN W DOORMAN-GALLERY, TC SEPT. 30 2,395.74 

TUNSTALL, FORREST C CHIEF BARBER CAPITOL, 4,555.98 

TURNER, ELVIN D FROM SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 2 1,150.18 

TURNER, ROBERT A DOORMAN, 4,316.25 

TUSCANO, ANNA M MESSENGER, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

27 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 7 TO OCT. 

31 AND FROM NOV. 18 TO NOV. 30 2,394.74 

UDELL, GILMAN G SUPERINTENDENT, 14,465.52 

UHALDE, RAYMOND J DOORMAN, TO AUG. 31 1,370.84 

UTTERBACK, MARSHALL T, JR FROM DEC. 20 218.14 

VALENTINE, STEVEN R FROM SEPT. 12 TO NOV. 2 1,011.36 

VANALMSICK, ROBERT F FROM AUG. 8 3,267.17 

VASSAR, BARRY CHARLES FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 2 634.58 

VITALE, MICHAEL JOSEPH FROM JULY 26 TO NOV. 2 1,923.57 

WADOY, EDWARD LABORER, TO SEPT. 30 1,823.25 

WALLS, LORRAINE V WRAPPER, 4,295.44 

WALLS, PAUL FORREST FROM AUG. 25 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

2 TO SEPT. 18 517.84 

WANG, MICHAEL C FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 18 634.58 

WARD, DONALD GARY FROM JULY 17 TO NOV. 2 2,102.05 

WARNER, ANDREW M PAGE-TELEPHONE, TO NOV. 2 2,518.49 

WEEKS, GEORGE E, II FROM JULY 1 4,248.48 



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OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER - CONTINUED 



WELCH, WILLIAM THOMAS 
WELLS, WILLIAM JAMES 
WENDEL, GEORGE D, JR 
WEST, BENJAMIN C 
WESTERHAUS, STEPHEN 
WHITE, RICHARD W 
WIGFALL, ANN BELLE 
WILKERSON, AUBREY P 
WILLIAMS, CALVIN A 
WILSON, KENNETH A 
WITHERSPOON, FRED 
YESH, ROBERT T 
YOUNG, CHARLIE LOUIS 
YOUNG, ROBERT F 

ZURZOLO, JOSEPH PARICE 

ZWIBEL, ALLAN 



OFFICE OF THE POSTMASTER 

AHERN, ROBERT A 
ALLSHOUSE, DAVID S, JR 
ALSTERDA, JOHN, JR 
ANDERSON, ARTHUR J08 
BARNES, DENNIS PAUL 
BATES, RICHARD 

BERG, LAWRENCE 
BISHOP, EDWARD 
BOGGESS, BLAKE R 
BOWIE, ERNEST P 
BOWMAN, GEORGE M, III 
BOWMAN, MARY C 
BOYDSTON, C ELMO 
3RAITHWAIT, DELTON B 
3RAUN, JOSEPH A, III 
CARNEY, JOHN J 
CASEY, PATRICK F 
CHARTAK, ANTHONY M 
CHITWOOD, RUSSELL 
CLAIRE, THOMAS A 
COLE, H MILTON, JR 
COUREMBIS, JOHN L 
CRAVEN, FRANCIS X 
CREECH, VICTOR H, III 
CULLEN, CHRISTOPHER P 
DAVIDSON, WILLIAM B 
DIRENFELD, BARRY 
DUNPHY, DENNIS 



DUNPHY, DENNIS 
ELLIS, CHARLES J, III 
EVERETT, WILLIAM R, JR 
FREEMAN, JAMES M 
FRIDGE, STEPHEN B 
GARNER, REED 
GARNER, RICHARD 

GEARY, JOHN EDWARD 



GIBSON, ROBERT P 
GILL, EDWARD J, JR 
GOEDERS, DENNIS E 
GONZALEZ, JUAN 
GOULO, CLAUDE LEE 
GREENWELL, JOHN B 
GROW, HAROLD L 
HANLEY, RAYMOND J 

HARRISON, JOHN W 
HARTER, JOHN A 



FROM SEPT. 5 TO SEPT. 30 

FROM AUG. 15 TO SEPT. 8 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

SUPERINTENDENT, 

PAGE, TO AUG. 18 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, 

LABORER, 

LABORER, 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 

MESSENGER SPEAKERS ROOM 

FLOOR TELEPHONE ASSISTANT, 

LABORER, 

BALING MACHINE OPERATOR, TO JULY 31 

AND FROM AUG. 3 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO OCT. 31 AND FROM 

NOV. 3 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

MAIL CLERK, 

FROM NOV. 22 

FROM JULY 1 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, 

FROM SEPT. 9 TO SEPT. 30 AND MAIL 

CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

MAIL CLERK, TO SEPT. 2 

MAIL CLERK, 

FROM SEPT. 19 

DAY SUPERVISOR, 

FROM OCT. 2 

SECRETARY, 

ASSISTANT POSTMASTER 

MAIL CLERK 

FROM JULY 1 

FROM OCT. 2 

MAIL CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 2 

FROM SEPT. I 

MAIL CLERK, TO SEPT. 13 

FROM DEC. 5 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, TO NOV. 19 

MAIL CLERK, 

CLERK IN CHARGE, 

FROM DEC. 5 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 2 
TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 5 TO SEPT. 

30 AND FROM OCT. 3 TO OCT. 31 

FRCM NOV. 2 

FROM SEPT. 16 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, 

FROM AUG. 1 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 

7 

FROM JULY 2 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 
5 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 3 TO OCT. 

31 AND FROM NOV. 2 

NIGHT SUPERVISOR, 

MAIL CLERK, 

FROM JULY 3 TO OCT. 8 

FROM AUG. 2 

LABORER, 

MAIL CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

FROM JULY 1 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 4 

TO SEPT. 15 

FRCM OCT. 3 

MAIL CLERK, 



$515.60 

520.53 

753.25 

12,084. 12 

951.87 

601.78 

4,076.82 

3,746.66 

3,746.66 

4,519.50 

3,918.48 

5,431.02 

3,746.66 

3, 706. 14 

4, 571.69 
5,350.10 



4,338.84 
672.53 
4,384.02 
4, 112.52 
4,519.50 

1,188.06 
1,416.53 
4,654.98 
2,330.43 
5,742.00 
2,234.64 
6,827.52 
9,257.52 
4,519.50 
5,412.00 
2,033.41 
4,224.88 
2,741.68 
1,667.85 

594.03 
3,495.08 
3,280.77 
4,248.48 
4,868.52 

594.03 
4,248.48 
4, 112.52 



2, 752.20 
1,436.99 
2,398.97 
4,338.84 
4,632.40 
3,427. 10 
4, 112.52 

4, 106.86 



3,929.73 
6,206.52 
4, 112.52 
2, 193.34 
3,404.25 
3,453.00 
1,370.84 
5,412.00 

1,645.01 
2,010.56 
4,384.02 



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OFFICE OF THE POSTMASTER - CONTINUED 



HIRSCH, AUBREY 6, JR 
HOOGENS, RICHARD NEIL 
HOLLER, PETER H 
HOWARD, THOMAS 
HUNT, RONALD C 
JACKSON, DENTY L 
JOHNSON, JAMES E 



JOHNSON, JOHN NEAL 
JONES, RUTH ELLEN 
KELLY, DAVID B 
KENNAMER, VICTOR 
KESSLER, BENJAMIN B 
KING, KENNETH J 
KIRK, ROSS JOHN 
KOINES, ARTHUR T 
KUSHNIR, ANDREI 
LANDON, JOHNIE A, JR 
LOCKHART, ROBERT F, JR 
LOEFFLER, C KENT 
LONG, OLIVER 
LOWREY, WILLIAM J 
MANNING, KIRK 
MASSEE, NED 
MCCORD, ROBERT C 

MCCOY, MOSE, JR 
MCCULLOCH, JAMES L 
MCEWEN, CHARLES 
MCRAE, JOHN G 
MIYASAKI, ROY A 
MOORE, CHARLES E 
MOORE, CLAUDE L, JR 
MOORE, JOSEPH F, JR 
NARGI, ROBERT 
NEELY, ROBERT 

NICHOLS, FLYNT 
NINOMIYA, RICKI LYNN 
NORTHINGTON, M 
OLCHAK, SEYMOUR 
PACKRALL, JOHN, JP 
PAXTON, WILLIAM E 
PECSON, BENJAMIN S, JR 
PERKINS, REATHA 
PERRY, ORAN GARLAND 
ROBERSON, GARY K 

ROBERTS, JOSEPH D, I I 
ROGERS, LAWSON S 



ROSS, PETFR 



ROTA, ROBERT 
ROWEN, BRUCE R 
SAMS, THOMAS P 
SARDEGNA, RICHARD B 
SAWYER, MICHAEL 

SCHULZ, RICHARD W, JR 
SHEPHERD, C ANDREW, JR 
SHIRAI, WESLEY 

SLUSHER, LANNY 

SMITH, BRIAN J 
SMITH, JAMES C 
SMITH, SAMMY 
SPEIGHT, STEPHANIE 
STOVER, STERLING 



FROM SEPT. 19 TO SEPT. 22 

MAIL CLERK, TO OCT. 2 

FROM DEC. 1 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 11 

MAIL CLERK, 

FROM OCT. 17 

FROM JULY 2 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 
4 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 4 TO OCT. 

3L AND FROM NOV. 4 TO NOV. 20 

MAIL CLERK, 

FROM OCT. 10 

FROM OCT. 3 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, 

FROM JULY 1 

FROM NOV. 1 

MAIL CLERK, TO AUG. 25 

FROM JULY 1 

FROM SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 22 

FROM NOV. 23 

MAIL CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

LABORER, TO SEPT. 30 

COUNTER ASST-CANNON 8LDG 

MAIL CLERK, TO SEPT. 18 

FROM SEPT. 15 

FROM JULY 4 TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 

TO SEPT. 14 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, TO OCT. 17 

MAIL CLERK, 

FROM OCT. 2 TO NOV. 12 

MAIL CLERK, TO SEPT. 15 

MAIL CLERK, TO OCT. 22 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

2 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 3 

MAIL CLERK, TO SEPT. 5 

FROM JULY 17 

COUNTER CLERK-CANNON BLDG 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, 

FROM AUG. 1 

FROM JULY 3 

CLERK IN CHARGE CAP PO, 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

3 

MAIL CLERK 

MAIL CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 3 

TO OCT. 31 AND FRCM NOV. 2 

MAIL CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 2 
TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 2 TO OCT. 31 

AND FROM NOV. 2 

FROM JULY 1 

MAIL CLERK, 

FROM JULY 6 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 2 AND FROM AUG. 14 
FROM JULY 4 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 

2 

FROM JULY 7 TO JULY 31 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

2 

FROM JULY 2 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

2 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 2 

MAIL CLERK, TO AUG. 13 

MAIL CLERK HOUSE POST OFFICE, 

MAIL CLERK, TO SEPT. 8 

FRCM JULY I TO JULY 14 

MAIL CLERK, TO JULY 31 



$91.39 

2, 172.95 

685.42 

936.74 

4,203.16 

1,276.08 



2,970.15 
4,474.34 
1,850.63 
2,010.56 
5,877.00 
5,062.98 
4,248.48 
1,370.84 
1,256.60 
4,519.50 
1,782.09 
868.20 
1,370.84 
1,551.99 
4,654.98 
1,782.09 
2,421.82 

1,530.77 
4, 745.98 
4,3 84.0 2 
2,606.06 
4,271.07 
707.01 
1,713.55 
2,558.90 
4,496.92 
4,519.50 

4, 177.68 
1,485.08 
3, 746.96 
4,564.66 
4,791.48 
4,587.24 
3,653.35 
4,066.82 
5,683.50 
4,248.48 

4,603.26 
4, 180.50 



4,355.37 
15,750.00 
4,248.48 
4,525.68 
3,490.06 

4, 111.02 

638.86 

4, 180.50 

4,292.65 

4,310.97 

982.43 

5,062.98 

1,553.62 

319.86 

685.42 



-914 O - 73 - 11 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE POSTMASTER - CONTINUED 

STREETT, RICHARD FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 1 AND FROM SEPT. 1 

TO OCT. 2 AND FROM NOV. 1 

THOMAS, KENNETH MAIL CLERK, TO JULY 31 

THOMPSON, WILLIAM B FROM NOV. 20 

VOGT, JAMES C MAIL CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 2 

TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 5 TO OCT. 1 
AND FROM OCT. 5 TO OCT. 31 

VOGT, JAMES C FROM NOV. 10 TO NOV. 21 

VOORDE, JOHN J FROM OCT. 11 

WALKER, FRANKLIN S FOREMAN MAIL PLATFORM, 

WALKER, STEWART R CLERK IN CHARGE, 

WALLS, PAUL FORREST FROM SEPT. 19 

WELLINGHOFF, JON B FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 5 

YEAGER, JOHN LABORER, TO SEPT. 30 

YOUNG, J THOMAS MAIL CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

2 

ZINIEWICZ, GORDON L MAIL CLERK, TO NOV. 30 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE 

EASLEY, LOUIS T STAFF CONSULTANT (P), 

GALLAGHER, CHRISTINE CLERK (P), 

HANNAH, MARTHA S SUBCOMMITTEE CLERK (C), 

JOHNSON, MARJORIE B SEC. TO ASSISTANT COUNSEL <C), 

MISSLBECK, GEORGE F FROM JULY 1 

MURRAY, HYDE H ASSOCIATE GENERAL COUNSEL (P), 

PECORE, PEGGY L STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 

PREZIOSO, BETTY M STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 

SHARP, LACEY C GENERAL COUNSEL (P), 

VACIN, LYDIA STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 

WEST, FOWLER C STAFF CONSULTANT (P), 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES 

BRITTON, DOROTHY R SECRETARY (C), 

BROWN, EMMA M SECRETARY (C), 

CANTUS, H HOLLISTER PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER (P), 

COOK, WILLIAM H COUNSEL (P), 

DEAKINS, JAMES A BILL CLERK (C), 

ELLIS, L LOUISE SECRETARY (C), 

FORD, JOHN JOSEPH PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER (P), 

GORE, BRENDA J SECRETARY (C), 

HARDY, ISSIAH MESSENGER (C), 

HOGAN, WILLIAM H, JR COUNSEL (P), 

JOHNSON, EDNA E SECRETARY (C), 

JONES, NANCY SUE SECRETARY (C), 

KALINOWSKI, BERNIECE SECRETARY (C), 

MARSHALL, RALPH PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER (P), 

MCOONALD, INNIS E SECRETARY (C), 

MOORE, SALLY A SECRETARY (C), 

MORGAN, EARL J PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER (P), 

NORRIS, GEORGE COUNSEL (P), 

SHORT, WILLIAM B, JR CLERICAL STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 

SHUMATE, J F, JR COUNSEL (P), 

SLATINSHEK, FRANK M ASSISTANT CHIEF COUNSEL (P), 

STOCKSTILL, ONETA L EXECUTIVE SECRETARY (P), 

WILLETT, ANN R SECRETARY (C), 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY 

FINK, ORMAN S MINORITY PROF STAFF MEMBER (P), 

GELLMAN, BENET D COUNSEL (C), 

HOLSTEIN, CHARLES B PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER (C), 

LAYTON, MARY W SECRETARY TO MINORITY <C), 

LEWIS, JOSEPH C PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER (P), 

NELSON, PAUL CLERK £. STAFF DIRECTOR (P), 

NORTHUP, GRAHAM T PROF STAFF MBR (MIN) (C), 

PRINS, CURTIS A CHIEF INVESTIGATOR (P), 

VAUGHN, DONALD G ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (C), 



$3, 180.90 
753.25 
936.74 



2,579.29 
283.23 
1,827.79 
5,547.00 
5,140.50 
2,330.43 
3,335.71 
1,551.99 

4,089.67 
3,653.35 



12,982.74 

16,004.82 

8,558.16 

8,558.16 

10,747.50 

17,985.72 

8,558.16 

8,558.16 

16,004.82 

8,558.16 

12,499.98 



9,626.88 

6,013.50 

9, 758.76 

17,950.02 

7,279.50 

9,626.88 

16,879.98 

6,013.50 

5,222.28 

12, 132.48 

9,626.88 

5,011.26 

9,626.88 

15,297.48 

7,226.76 

5,011.26 

17,950.02 

14,690.88 

7,912.50 

14,690.88 

18,000.00 

13,187.52 

6,013.50 



18,000.00 
18,000.00 
18,000.00 
11,346.12 
18,000.00 
18,000.00 
18,000.00 
17,292.60 
9,809.22 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

ALEXANDER, BETTY C ASSISTANT CLERK (C), TO SEPT. 30 AND 

PROFESSIONAL STAFF (P), FROM OCT. L .. S8,540.64 

CLARK, JAMES T CLERK (C), 14,977.38 

GARBER, HAYOEN S COUNSEL (P), 14,115.54 

HILDER, LEONARDO INVESTIGATOR (P), 11,473.38 

HILL, TERRY D PUBLIC RELATIONS AST CLERK (C), 5,802.48 

HOGAN, JOHN E MINORITY COUNSEL IP), 14,115.54 

KELLY, PATRICK E ASSISTANT COUNSEL (P), 7,912.50 

LITTLE, PAUL YATES SPECIAL CONSULTANT (C), 11,524.98 

STEINKULLER, OTHELLC ASSISTANT CLERK (C), 9,237.78 

TURLEY, WHITNEY L FROM AUG. 1 7,969.95 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR 

ANDRINGA, ROBERT C FROM JULY 1 18,000.00 

BAKER, DONALD M CHIEF CLK-ASSOC COUNSEL (P), 18.000.0C 

BERENS, DONALD F ADM ASST (C), 12,976.50 

DARGANS, LOUISE M CLERK £ RESEARCH DIRECTOR (C), 18,000.00 

GAUL, WILLIAM F ASSOCIATE GENERAL COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

MILLER, JOHN C FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 7,732.08 

RADCLIFFE, CHARLES W MIN COUNSEL FOR EDUC (P), 18,000.00 

REED, HARTWELL DUVALL GENERAL COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

REEVES, BENJAMIN F ASST TO CHAIRMAN- ASST CLK (P), 18,000.00 

SULLIVAN, AUSTIN P, JP LEGISLATIVE DIRECTOR (C), 18,000.00 

WRIGHT, LOUISE M ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (C), 14,097.48 

WYMAN, MARIAN RUTH SPFCIAL ASST TO CHAIRMAN (C), 16,812.48 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS 

ABBRUZZESE, PETER A STAFF CONSULTANT (P), 12,660.00 

BOYER, ROBERT KENT STAFF CONSULTANT (P), 10,549.98 

BRADY, JOHN J, JR STAFF CONSULTANT (C), 13,714.98 

BROWN, JEAN SMITH STAFF ASST (C), 7,198.32 

BULLOCK, ROY J STAFF CONSULTANT (P) 18,000.00 

CHESTER, JOHN CHAPMAN STAFF CONSULTANT (P), 13,714.98 

CROMER, HARRY C STAFF CONSULTANT (P), 18,000.00 

CZARNECKI, MARIAN A STAFF CONSULTANT (P), 18,000.00 

MATTAS, HELEN C STAFF ASST (C), 12,348.60 

OBRIEN, MARY L STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 11,019.78 

PEAK, PAULA L STAFF ASST (C), 9,103.98 

SULLIVAN, JOHN H STAFF CONSULTANT (C), 13,714.98 

WESTPHAL, ALBERT C F STAFF CONSULTANT (P(, 18,000.00 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS 

ARMSTRONG, CLARA K MINORITY RESEAPCH ASST (C), 8,240.22 

CARLSON, JOHN P MINORITY COUNSEL (P), 16,000.00 

CASH, CATHERINE S .STAFF MEMBER (C), 7,337.70 

COPENHAVER, WILLIAM H MINORITY PROF STF MPR (P), 15,147.78 

FELDOTTO, DOLORES STAFF MEMBER (C), 9,237.78 

HENDERSON, ELMER W FROM JULY 1 18,000.00 

JARVIS, MARILYN F STAFF MEMBER (C), 7,941.72 

MCLACHLAN, ANN E STAFF MEMBER (C), 8,953.74 

PHILLIPS, LILIAN M FROM AUG. 15 5,515.93 

ROBACK, HERBERT STAFF DIRECTOR (P), 18,000.00 

ROMNEY, MILES Q FROM JULY 1 18,000.00 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION 

BLAIR, JOHN G ASSISTANT-STAFF DIRECTOR (C) 13,714.98 

FREED, LOUIS I ASST STAFF DIRECTOR (C), 17,143.74 

GRAY, ROBERT D CHIEF AUDITOR (P), 16,776.36 

MILLER, MELVIN M MINORITY CLERK (P), 16,604.28 

MURPHY, RALPH W ASSISTANT CLERK-MINORITY (P), 12,174.98 

RYAN, FRANK BEALL DIRECTOR INFO SYSTEMS (P), 18,000.00 

SILVERMAN, LOUIS STAFF ASST (C), 10,145.34 

STOLLE, MARY F ASST CLERK (C), 7,382.17 

VARGAS, JUDITH LEONARD ASST CLERK-MINORITY SECTY (C) 4.8C0.00 

WALKER, JOHN T STAFF DIRECTOR (P), 18,000.00 

WILSON, EVELYN HANGE ASSISTANT CLERK tC), TO JULY 31 AND 

OFFICE MANAGER, FROM AUG. I 7,370.94 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



STANDING COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS 



CASEY, JIM T 
OEGON, MARSHA LANE 
FREEMAN, PATRICIA B 
GANTS, ROBERT M 
LEPPERT, CHARLES, JR 
MCELVAIN, LEE 
MCFARLAND, SIDNEY L 
MURRAY, PATRICIA ANN 
SHAFER, WILLIAM L 
SIGLER, LEWIS A 
WADDELL, MIR IAM L 



CONSULTANT ON IRRIG/RECL (P), 

FROM JULY 1 

CLERK (C), 

MINORITY STAFF MEMBER (P), TO AUG. 21 

MINORITY COUNSEL (P), 

ASST COUN £ CONSLT PKS/REC (P), , 

STF DIR £ CHIEF CLK (C), 

CLERK (C), , 

CON MIN MIN £ LAND (P), , 

COUNSEL £ CONSLT I ND AFF (P), 

FROM JULY 1 



I 16, 352.52 

7, 121.28 

9,495.00 

3, 138.63 

16, 879.98 

15,297.48 

18,000.00 

10,549.98 

18,000.00 

18,000.00 

7,384.98 



STANDING COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL SECURITY 



CUNNINGHAM, ANNIEL 
GALLAGHER, JAMES L 
HECHT, WILLIAM H 
HORNER, ROBERT M 
KING, V BERNICE 
NITTLE, ALFRED M 
ROMERSTEIN, HERBERT 
SANDERS, DONALD G 
SCHULTZ, RICHARD L 
SHAW, WILLIAM G 
VALENTE, MARY MYERS 
WHITE, DEWITT 



CHIEF - FILES £ REFERENCF (C). 

RESEARCH ANALYST (C), 

EXECUTIVE STAFF ASSISTANT <P). 

FROM JULY 1 

FINANCIAL SECRETARY (C), .... 

LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL (P), 

CHIEF MIN INVESTIGATOR (P), ., 

CHIEF COUNSEL (P), , 

ASSOC CHIEF COUNSEL (P), 

FROM JULY 1 , 

ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY (C), 
MINORITY LEGAL COUNSEL (P), .. 



9,038.28 
12,499.98 
15,561.24 
12,066.00 

8,917.92 
15,658.62 
15,297.48 
18,000.00 
14,477.86 
12,792.00 

9,636.60 
15,658.62 



STANDING COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE 



BERRY, LEWIS E, JR 
30RCHARDT, KURT 
BURSON, MARION M 
CURTIS, CHARLES B 
DINKINS, ELEANOR A 
DIXON, WILLIAM J 
GUTHRIE, ROBERT F 
HYDE, LEE 

JOHNSON, MARCELLA F 
MAHON, FRANK W 
MENGER, JAMES M, JR 
PAINTER, KENNETH J 
RYAN, MARY 
THOMAS, EDWIN EARL 
WILLIAMSON, WALTER E 



MINORITY COUNSEL (C), .... 

PROF STAFF MBP (P) , 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 

PROFESSIONAL STAFF MBR (P). 

CLERICAL ASST (C) , 

PROF STAFF MEMBER (P(, ... 
PROF STAFF MEMBER (P), ... 

FROM JULY 1 

ASSISTANT CLERK (C) , 

PRINTING EDITOR (C), 

PROF STAFF MEMBER (P), ... 

1ST ASST CLERK (C) , 

CLERICAL ASST (C) , , 

STAFF ASST ( C) 

CHIEF CLERK (C) , 



8,000.00 
8,000.00 
5,864.18 
8,000.00 
8,065.11 
8,000.00 
8,000.00 
5,000.00 
0, 120.47 
0,439.28 
8,000.00 
5,8b4.18 
8,065.08 
7,365.60 
18,000.00 



STANDING COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY 



ALLEN, 

BENN, 

SURAK, 

CALDWE 

CHRIST 

CLINE, 

DICK, 

EISENB 

FUCHS, 

JETT, 

SHATTU 

ZEIFMA 

ZELENK 



CARRIE LOU 
DONALD G 

GERTRUDE CLARA 
LL, JANE C 
Y, FRANCES 

GARNER J 
BESS EFFRAT 
ERG, ROBERTA E 

HERBERT 
R FREDERICK 
CK, WILLIAM P 
N, JEROME M 
0, BENJAMIN L 



CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (C) 
ASSOCIATE COUNSEL (P), 
CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (C), 
CLERK-STENOGRAPHER <C> 
CLERICAL STAFF (CI, ... 

COUNSEL ( P) , , 

STAFF DIRECTOR (P) , 
CLERICAL STAFF (C) , .., 

COUNSEL (P) , , 

(C) , , 

( P) , , 

(C ) , 



COUNSEL 
COUNSEL 
COUNSEL 
GENERAL COUNSEL (P), 



8,081.10 
15,825.00 

8,540.64 

9,600.24 
10,716.90 
16,382.76 
18,000.00 

8,081.10 
18,000.00 
14,935.98 
16,382.76 
15,991.66 
18,000.00 



STANDING COMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES 



BARKER, VERA 
CASEY, RALPH E 
CORRADO, ERNEST J 

DENNIS, ALBERT J 
EVERETT, NED P 
MCELROY, ROBERT J 
NOAH, VIRGINIA L 
ROUNTREE, WILLIAM C 
SHAROOD, RICHARD N 



SECRETARY (C), 

CHIEF COUNSEL (P), TO JULY 9 .... 
COUNSEL (P), TO JULY 9 AND CHIEF 

COUNSEL (P), FROM JULY 10 

INVESTIGATOR (C), 

COUNSEL(P), 

CHIEF CLERK <C), 

SECRETARY-MINORITY (C), 

FROM JULY 1 

FROM JULY 1 



9,625.02 
900.00 

17,812. 13 
11,500.02 
15,917.88 
17,983.14 
9,499.98 
10,500.00 
15,000.00 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



STANDING COMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES - CONTINUED 

STILL, FRANCES FROM JULY 1 $9,672.96 

SUTTER, LEONARD L, JR COUNSEL (P), 13,999.98 

WINFIELD, W B CLERK (C), 11,867.76 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON POST OFFICE AND CIVIL SERVICE 

DEVLIN, RALPH J FROM JULY I 14,599.98 

FORTUNE, FRANCIS C COORDINATOR (C), 14,800.02 

GAUGHAN, VINCENT M STAFF DIR £ SPEC COUNSEL (C), TO NOV. 

19 13,513.9C 

IRVINE, WILLIAM A ASSISTANT STAFF DIR (P), 17,749.98 

KAZY, THEODORE JAMES SENIOR STAFF ASST (P), 17,749.98 

LOCKHART, ROBERT F ASSISTANT COUNSEL (P), 14,941.65 

MARTINY, JOHN H CHIEF COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

SIMONS, BLANCHE M SECRETARY (C), 8,755.02 

SMIROLDO, VICTOR C COUNSEL (P), 17,749.98 

THORNTON, ELSIE E CHIEF CLERK (C), 12,750.00 

WELLS, BARBARA MEGEE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY (C), 9,438.33 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS 

BEAM, DOROTHY A EXECUTIVE STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 11,630.34 

BUCKLEY, MERIAM PUTH STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 9,700.20 

CARROLL, STERLYN B STAFF ASSISTANT (C) 8,107.68 

COSTELLO, RUTH S STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 8,650.02 

EDELMAN, LESTER COUNSEL (P), 16,879.98 

ENFIELD, CLIFTON W MINORITY COUNSEL (P) 18,000.00 

OBERSTAR, JAMES L ADMINISTRATOR (C), 16,886.34 

°EET, RICHARD C ASSISTANT MINORITY COUNSEL (P), 16,849.98 

RIVARD, LLOYD A ENGINEER CONSULTANT (P), 16,879.98 

SCHWARTZ, CARL H, JR FROM JULY 1 6,864.0C 

SULLIVAN, RICHARD J CHIEF COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

YOUMANS, ERLA S MIN EXEC STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 9,758.76 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON RULES 

BATTLE, LAURIE C STAFF DIR & COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

3UNDICK, MARGARET ANNE STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 6,000.00 

CROSBY, WILLIAM D, JR MINORITY COUNSEL (P), 10,999.98 

CULLEN, JONNA LYNNE STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 8,500.02 

FORREST, MARY S ASST COUNSEL-RES ANALYST (P), 11,329.98 

WATTS, WINIFRED L PROF ADMINISTRATIVE ASST (P), 9,075.00 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND ASTRONAUTICS 

CARSTARPHEN, JOHN A CHIEF CLERK £. COUNSEL (C), 18,000.00 

CASHMAN, KIERAN U SECRETARY (C), TO NOV. 23 4,659.13 

DELRIEGO, JOSEPH MINORITY STAFF (P), 11,605.02 

DODSON, EMILY SECRETARY (C), 7,263.36 

DUCANDER, CHARLES F EXEC DIR CHIEF COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

GALLO, THERESA M FROM DEC. 1 335.21 

HAMMILL, FRANK R, JR COUNSEL IP), 18,000.00 

ROBERT, MARY ANN SECRETARY (C), 7,579.32 

RODGERS, CAROL F SECRETARY (C), 7,087.74 

STAFFORD, JUNE C SECRETARY (C), 7,087.74 

SWARTZ, CARL MINORITY STAFF (C), 11,868.73 

WILSON, JAMES E, JR TECHNICAL CONSULTANT (P), 17,319.72 

YEAGER, PHILIP B COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON STANDARDS OF OFFICIAL CONDUCT 

ALLETT, ROBERT G SENIOR STAFF MEMBER (C), 17,937.30 

LAUDER, JOHN A CLERK (C), TO SEPT. 30 2,250.00 

MACKENZIE, MARIANN R SECRETARY (C), 10,549.98 

SWANNER, JOHN M STAFF DIRECTOR (P), 18,000.00 

WHITTINGTON, TEMPIE W ASSISTANT CLERK (C), 5,275.02 

WOLFE, BENNETT ASSISTANT STAFF DIRECTOR (P), 15,855.30 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



STANDING COMMITTEE ON VETERANS' AFFAIRS 



BIONDI, HELEN A ASSISTANT CLERK (C), $11,439.42 

COLBY, MORVIE ANN CLERK-STENOGRAPHER tC), 7,672.20 

FISHER, GEORGE W CLERK (C), 18,000.00 

GOTTSCHALK, ARTHUR M PROFESSIONAL AIDE (P), 11,077.50 

HOLDEN, JOHN R PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER (P), 16,347.00 

KIDD, MARJORIE J CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (C), 7,337.70 

KIRBY, BILLY E , PROFESSIONAL AIDE (P), 16,347.00 

KNAPP, DONALD C COUNSFL (P), 18,000.00 

MATTHEWS, ALICE V CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (C), 7,895.22 

MEADOWS, OLIVER E STAFF DIRECTOR (P), 18,000.00 

WILTON, PATRICIA J CLERK STENOGRAPHER (C), 5,782.50 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS 

BAKER, JOHN PATRICK ASSISTANT CHIEF COUNSEL (P), 17,749.98 

BURKETT, FLORENCE U STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 7,801.74 

BUTLER, VIRGINIA M STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 9,273.48 

BYRD, WILLIAM C FROM JULY 17 5,731.31 

CRANE, MARIE ANN STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 7,384.98 

FITZGERALD, MARY C STAFF ASSISTANT (C), TO JULY 2 61.47 

FULLERTON, WILLIAM D STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 17,394.30 

GREENE, HUGHLON DOCUMENT CLERK (C), 7,801.74 

HAWKINS, CHARLES E STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 17,749.98 

HILL, ROBERT B PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANT (P), 12,604.22 

KAGAN, GRACE G STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 9,273.48 

KANE, WILLIAM T PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANT (P), 16,604.28 

KELLEY, JAMES W PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANT (P) 17,394.30 

KENDALL, JUNE STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 10,847.43 

LAMAR, HAROLD T PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANT (P), 17,394.30 

LEIGH, EUNICE STAFF ASSISTANT (C), TO JULY 23 638.89 

LIEBLICH, ELIZABETH W STAFF ASSISTANT (C) 4,114.50 

LITTLE, WALTER B DOCUMENT CLERK (C), 7,801.74 

MARTIN, JOHN M, JR CHIEF COUNSEL ( P) , 18,000.00 

PALMER, DANNA K STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 4,879.38 

PARKER, DORIS J STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 4,479.15 

POWELL, MARSHA FROM DEC. 1 791.67 

RATLIFF, VIVIAN JEAN STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 5,451.20 

SCHWARZ, KAREN A FROM JULY 3 5,686.09 

SHAVER, GLORIA STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 8,993.88 

SHILOKRET, MARGO FROM AUG. 16 3,187.49 

SINGLETON, ARTHUR L, JR PROFESSIONAL STAFF (P), 15,371.04 

VANDERSCHAAF, JUDITH H STAFF ASSISTANT (C), TO AUG. 15 1,353.05 

VAZIS, CAROLE M STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 6,434.58 

WEINSTEIN, KAY ANNE STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 5,891.10 

WILBUR, RICHARD C PROFESSIONAL STAFF (P), 18,000.00 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS 

ALLEN, GEORGE F CLERICAL ASSISTANT-, 7,384.98 

BOLING, WILLIAM G STAFF ASSISTANT, TC SEPT. 30 6,804.75 

80LLES, LINWOOD W FROM AUG. 1 „ 6,154.15 

BOND, MARY ANN CLERK- STENOGRAPHER , 5,749.74 

BUHRMAN, LETA M CLK-STENO TO SUB-CCMM/C HA IRMAN, TO 

SEPT. 30 3,500.01 

CHOUINARD, GERARD J FROM JULY 1 8,066.66 

COUPE, KATHERINE D CL ERK- STENOGRAPHER (MIN), TC OCT. 31 . 4,725.16 

DILLON, DIANNE M FROM NOV. 1 2,362.58 

DYER, JAMES W CLERICAL ASSISTANT 7,384.98 

EHRINGHAUS, PEGGY C CLERK STENOGRAPHER (MIN), 7,087.74 

EVANS, GEORGE E STAFF ASSISTANT, 17,253.32 

FARMER, PAUL V ASSISTANT EDITOR, 9,476.34 

FERGUSON, JANE ANN FROM JULY 10 4,000.02 

FOSTER, ROBERT B STAFF ASSISTANT, 13,563.82 

GARRETSON, T R CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (MIN), 7,087.74 

GARRITY, JOHN M STAFF ASSISTANT, 13,563.82 

GRIFFIN, HAROLD H MINORITY CLERK, 14,242.50 

GUNNELS, AUBREY A STAFF ASSISTANT, 17,605.00 

GUNSHOWS, DANIEL V CLERICAL ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 2 2,264.72 

HARDIN, RUSSELL, JR CLERICAL ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 1,230.83 

HARDY, THOMAS H CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 7,384.98 

HARRIS, EVA K FROM JULY 27 3,807.24 

HOWE, JAY B STAFF ASSISTANT, 18,000.00 

IMSE, T PAUL, JR FROM NOV. 1 2,362.58 

JOHNSTON, CAROLYN J CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 6,330.00 

KEHL, DAVID K CLK-STENO/R &NK MIN MBR SUBCOMM, 6,963.00 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS - CONTINUED 



KEYSER, VIRGINIA M CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

KINGFIELD, THOMAS J STAFF ASSISTANT, 

KNISELY, ROBERT LYLE STAFF ASSISTANT, 

LAMENDOLA, ANNA L CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 

LINEBERRY, LAURA E CLERK-STENOGP APHER , 

MABRY, SAMUEL A CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

MAINLAND, KEITH F STAFF ASST TO CHAIRMAN, TO OCT. 31 AND 

CLERK AND STAFF DIRECTOR, FROM NOV. 1 

MALOW, RICHARD N FROM AUG. 26 

MARTIN, WILLIAM EARL FROM SEPT. 1 

MATTS, MARCIA L FROM AUG. 28 

MEREDITH, MILTON B SPECIAL ASSISTANT, TO OCT. 31 AND 

STAFF ASSISTANT TO CHAIRMAN, FROM NOV. 

I 

MICONI, AMERICO S STAFF ASSTISTANT, 

MILLER, LAWRENCE C EDITOR, 

MIZELLE, DEMPSEY B STAFF ASSISTANT, 

MORRISON, B ENID STAFF ASSISTANT (MINI, 

MOYER, ROBERT M STAFF ASSISTANT, 

MURPHYt HELEN E FROM AUG. 28 

MURPHY, PETER J, JR STAFF ASSISTANT, 

NEIL, HENRY A, JR STAFF ASSISTANT, 

NICHOLAS, ROBERT C, III STAFF ASSISTANT, 

NIELSON, BYRON S STAFF ASSISTANT 

PFLUGER, FREDERICK F FROM AUG. 20 

PLASHAL, JOHN GALVIN STAFF ASSISTANT, 

PRESTON, SAMUEL R STAFF ASSISTANT, 

QUINNEY, MARILYN R CLERICAL ASSISTANT, TO JULY 15 

RICH, NAOMI A CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

RICHBOURG, DONALD E STAFF ASSISTANT, 

SAOY, FRANCIS W ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, TO JULY 15 . 

SAHLIN, KAREN L CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, TO AUG. 31 

SHAW, SUSAN L CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 

SHUGARS, RACHEL M FROM OCT. 1 

SHULAW, DALE M CLERICAL ASSISTANT 

SILSBY, EARL C STAFF ASSISTANT, 

SKARIN, G HOMER STAFF ASSISTANT, 

SMALLWOQD, MARY H CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (MAJ), 

SMITH, AUSTIN G CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

SNOOGRASS, CHARLES W STAFF ASSISTANT, 

SPILLAN, HUNTER L STAFF ASSISTANT, 

STEELE, LINOA L CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

SWANSON, BETTY ANNE FROM JULY 30 

THOMAS, RANDOLPH MESSENGER, 

THOMSON, PAUL E STAFF ASSISTANT, 

URIAN, GEORGE A STAFF ASSISTANT, 

VACCARO, PATIENCE S CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 

VANDERSCHAAF, DEREK J STAFF ASSISTANT, 

VOYTKO, CATHERINE M CLERK STENOGRAPHER, 

WALKER, ROBERT MICHAEL CLERICAL ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 30 

WALLACE, BARBARA C CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 

WALSH, JOHN F CLERK STENOGRAPHER, TO OCT. 31 

WEIBLINGER, GEMMA M FROM JULY 1 

WILHELM, EUGENE B STAFF ASSISTANT, 

WILLSON, J DAVID STAFF ASSISTANT, 

WILSON, PAUL M FROM JULY 1 

WOOD, THAYER A STAFF ASSISTANT, TO OCT. 21 

SPECIAL AND MINORITY EMPLOYEES 

BARTLETT, JOE 1 (A) FLOOR ASST TO THE MIN., 

90NSELL, 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, 

WINE8RENNER, TOMMY LEE FLOOR ASST TO THE MINORITY, 



$5,642.52 
11,385.00 
6,950.00 
6,277.26 
6,710.16 
7,384.98 

17,253.32 
8, 159.71 
4,923.32 

3, 587.50 



13, 190.00 

10,999.98 

13,609.50 

10,698.16 

10,448.52 

18,000.00 

3,587.50 

16,685.02 

17,921.52 

11,229.52 

7,714.98 

10,843.87 

8, 191.66 

18,000.00 

595.83 

6,719.40 

11,385.00 

650.58 

2,461.66 

7,087.74 

3,500.01 

6,593.76 

17,086.66 

18,000.00 

7,384.98 

7,871.34 

10,418.66 

17,921.52 

7,087.74 

6,081.93 

5,958.02 

8,284.18 

10,598.16 

7.35C.0C 

13,650.00 

7,087.74 

3, 165.00 

5,275.02 

4, 725.16 

4,600.02 

18,000.00 

10,972.02 

3,780.00 

5,269.73 



18,000.00 
17,943.42 
18,000.00 
15,410.16 
18,000.00 
15,506.70 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

DEMOCRATIC STEERING COMMITTEE 

BARRIERE, JOHN E CLERK-OEM STEERING COMM, $18,000.00 

VAUGHN, IRIS W ASSISTANT CLERK, 8,503.08 

REPUBLICAN CONFERENCE 

PHILLIPS, MARTHA H RESEARCH DIRECTOR, 8,503.08 

STOCKMAN, DAVID A FRCM JULY 1 12,000.00 

OFFICE OF THE MAJORITY FLOOR LEADER 

BATCHELLER, JEAN C APPOINTMENTS SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 ... 6,154.15 

BOGGS, CORINNE C SECRETARY, 7,050.90 

DEBUYS, HARRY D CLERK, 5,078.64 

DILLON, DIANNE M ASST LEG CLERK, TO OCT. 31 3,385.76 

HYMEL, GARY G ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 18,000.00 

MONTGOMERY, BARBARA J FROM SEPT. 1 5,229.76 

NICKENS, JAMES T CLERK, 6,176.04 

RIVERS, RICHARD R PRESS AIDE, 9,559.96 

ROBINSON, LINDA K SECRETARY, 4,600.02 

OFFICE OF THE MINORITY FLOOR LEADER 

MESSERSMITH, NETA C CLERK (STAT), 6,111.00 

MEYER, FRANK ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 . 3,000.00 

MILTICH, PAUL A PRESS SECRETARY, 18,000.00 

PERROTT, MARBA S SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

VONPAWEL, CHARLENE C CLERK, 4,747.50 

WILLIS, GEORGE W CLERK-MESSENGER, 5,520.00 

OFFICE OF THE MAJORITY WHIP 

CLIFFORD, SUSAN M CLERK TYPIST, TO JULY 31 AND 

ASSISTANT SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 2,549.09 

CLOHERTY, MARIE V FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 858.50 

DESIMONE, EMILY RECEPTIONIST, 4,536.48 

DIEHL, LEO E ADM ASST, 18,00C.0G 

DINNEEN, MARGARET R FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 858.50 

FLANAGAN, MOIRA A FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 893.52 

GILDEA, MARGARET A FROM SEPT. 1 800.00 

GLIMCHER, NANCY B FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 759.23 

LAMKIN, L c ONARD ASSISTANT, 3,165.00 

MCCAFFREY, WILLIAM F FROM NOV. 1 1,227.74 

MCOUAID, CARLA K SECRETARY, 5,275.02 

MELCONIAN, LINDA JEAN LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 6,593.76 

MOYNAGH, JOHN R, III FROM SEPT. 1 8C0.00 

R0TEN3ERG, JON FROM SEPT. 1 3,434.00 

ROWAN, FRANCES E FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 513.87 

SULLIVAN, JULIA A FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 580.54 

VENSEL, GARY S FROM SE»T. 1 TO OCT. 31 400.00 

VERBILLIS, LC'JIS J FROM JULY 1 2,000.00 

WHITE, SCOTT BENNETT FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 759.23 

OFFICE OF THE MINORITY WHIP 

BRUNER, MARY G FROM NOV. 1 2,158.34 

BURROUGHS, ANN V SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 4,270.85 

CLAPP, VIRGINIA L SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

MACAULAY, JOSEPH H FROM JULY 1 18,000.00 

MARKERT, MARGARET H SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 3,154.17 

SPAULDING, MARY M SECRETARY, 5,656.86 

SPRINGER, JAMES H CLERK, 881.82 

THOMAS, ELEANOR C CLERK, 1,315.74 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



MAJORITY AND MINORITY PRINTING CLERKS 

LANKFORD, THOMAS J PRINTING CLERK (MINORITY), 

RAMAGE, OAVIO R PRINTING CLERK (MAJORITY) 

OFFICE OF ATTENDING PHYSICIAN 

MORAN, ROBERT FRANCIS TECHNICAL ASST., 



$6, 112.32 
6, 112.32 



OFFICIAL REPORTERS OF DEBATES 

BATTAGLIA, FRANK E CHIEF 

BEDELL, DOROTHY E EXPERT 

DOUGLASS, BETTY J EXPERT 

EAGAR, EDWARD R, JR 2ND AS 

GALLAGHER, ANDREW F EXPERT 

GRU88S, WALTON H EXPERT 

HAMMER, VIRGINIA C EXPERT 

LEA, JAMES W CLK, 

MANCINELLI, VIVIAN S FROM J 

MONTGOMERY, DARRELL L EXPERT 

MORSE, WILLIAM L OFFICI 

MOYER, EDNA C OFFICI 

NEIL, FAYE G EXPERT 

RUND, JACK OFFICI 

SERLES, JULIAN R, JR OFFICI 

TUCKER, CLEVELAND OFFICI 

WHITE, EDWARD 1ST AS 



REPORTER, 

TRANSCRIBER NO. 

TRANSCRIBER NO. 
SISTANT CLERK, .. 

TRANSCRIBER NO. 6 

TRANSCRIBER NO. 

TRANSCRIBER NO. 
FFICIAL REP OF DE 
ULY 1 

TRANSCRIBER NO. 
AL REPORTER NO. 
AL REPORTER NO. 

TRANSCRIBER NO 
AL REPORTER NO. 
AL REPORTER NO. 
AL REPORTER NO. 
ST CLK, OFF REP 



17,671.62 

7,895.22 

7,895.22 

8, 174.46 

7,895.22 

7,895.22 

7,895.22 

12,589.2b 

17,463.00 

7,895.22 

17,463.00 

17,463.00 

7,895.22 

17,463.00 

17,463.00 

17,463.00 

9,237.78 



OFFICIAL COMMITTEE REPORTERS 

CANTOR, ROBERT G OFFICIAL REPORTER, 

CARR, JOHN I, JR OFFICIAL REPORTER, 

COCHRAN, ROBERT C OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 7, 

DONOCK, MARY JANE EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 2, 

DUDLEY, CHARLES C OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 3, 

GIMELLI, JOSEPH J OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 1, 

HARDIN, RUTH W EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 6, 

HOOKS, JO ANN EXPER TRANSCRIBER #9, 

JOHNSON, ALLENE G EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 4, 

LUSHIN, RAYMOND H OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 4, 

MCMURRAY, E HOMER CLERK, 

MORGAN, PHYLLIS V EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 7 

ORNSTEIN, ALEXANDER S EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 3, 

PAPICH, ANTON, JR OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 6, 

SHIRLEY, FRANCIS G EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 1, 

STAHL, MARY R EXPERT TRANSCRIBER, 

TARTARO, ANTHONY F OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 5, 

TYNDALL, DOROTHY M EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 8, 

VELEY, KARL F OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 2, 

VOCE, VIOLET R OFFICIAL REPORTER NO 8, 

WEISSMEYER, JOSEPH J EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 5, 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS 

ANDERSON, CORNELIUS R DIRECTOR-SURVEYS 6 INV STAFF, 

DFW, BEATRICE V CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 

KIRKPATRICK, LEROY R ASST DIR-SURVEYS £ INV STAFF, TO AUG. 
31 AND 1ST ASST DIR-INV STAFF, FROM 

SEPT. 1 

LAW, WILLIE C ASST DIR-SURVEYS £ INV STAFF, TO AUG. 

31 AND 2ND ASST DIR-INV STAFF, FROM 
SEPT. 1 

MAY, FRANCES STENOGRAPHER, 

SAUER, MARY ALICE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 

TINSLEY, SHARON KAY FRCM JULY 23 



16,245.12 

16,245. 12 

16,245.12 

7,895.22 

16,245.12 

16,245.12 

7,895.22 

7,895.22 

7,895.22 

16,245.12 

9,781.92 

7,895.22 

7,895.22 

16,245.12 

7,895.22 

7,895.22 

16,245. 12 

7,895.22 

16,245.12 

16,245. 12 

7,895.22 



16,774.50 
5,538.78 



16,014.66 



14,928.40 
6,710.16 
7, 754.28 
3, 730.54 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued . 

OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL 

ADAMS, WILLIAM P ASSISTANT COUNSEL, $18,000.00 

AIN, ROSS DAVID LAW ASSISTANT, 8,714.60 

BARROW, M POPE, JR ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 11,656.44 

BELLIS, M DOUGLASS LAW ASSISTANT, 8,714.60 

CARPER, DAVID B ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 18,000.00 

CIMKO, JOHN, JR FROM JULY 17 7,209.17 

COLEMAN, RONALD DICK LAW ASSISTANT, 8,714.60 

CONBOY, MARY ASSISTANT CLERK, 4,093.11 

COOPER, SAMUEL, III FROM AUG. 7 6,330.00 

ESTEP, JAMES M CLERICAL TECHNICIAN, 2,485.18 

FILSON, LAWRENCE E ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 18,000.00 

FREEMAN, LINDA GREY ASSISTANT CLERK, 6,222.61 

GIBSON, BETTY L ASSISTANT CLERK, 5,525.02 

GSCHEIDLE, MARIANNE J ASSISTANT CLERK, 9,691.68 

HUSSEY, WARD M LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL, 19,999.98 

MAINIERI, GIULIA PAT ASSISTANT CLERK, 4,402.89 

MCGAHAN, SAMUEL L ASSISTANT CLERK, 9,691.68 

MEADE, DAVIO E ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 17,813.33 

MONTAGUE, KATHLEEN M LAW ASSISTANT, 8,714.60 

MOWSON, ROBERT L, JR ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 18,000.00 

NORDHAUS, ROBERT R ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 16,481.73 

RICHARDSON, LYNNE ASSISTANT CLERK, 4,676.00 

SENGER, J MICHAEL LAW ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 AND 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, FROM AUG. 1 9,827.93 

SHILLINGLAW, THOMAS L LAW ASSISTANT, 7,912.50 

SKINNER, GEORGE S ASST COUNSEL, 18,000.00 

SMITH, PAUL C LAW ASSISTANT, 7,912.50 

SMITH, SANDRA K ASSISTANT CLERK, 6,473.41 

WEINHAGEN, ROBERT F, JR LAW ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 AND 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, FROM AUG. 1 9,827.93 

WILLIAMSON, F SUSAN ASSISTANT CLERK, 3,529.81 

WILSON, WILLIAM S, JR CLERK, 12,311.48 

YOUNG, ROGER DONALD ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 16,204.23 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE 

BAXLEY, MILDRED P STAFF ASSISTANT, 8,558.16 

FARMARCO, DORIS LUCILE FROM JULY 1 6,960.36 

GLASS, NANCY GAIL STAFF ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 31 866.66 

MAGINNISS, BERTHA W FROM JULY 1 6,497.70 

PHILLIPS, WILLIAM W FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 22 76.67 

SHAW, MARY P FROM JULY 1 6,960.36 

SWISCHER, DORIS R FROM JULY 1 6,960.36 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES 

BECK, ROSE C SECRETARY, 7,226.76 

BOVA, JOYCE C SECRETARY, 5,037.60 

BOWMAN, DIANE W SECRETARY, 5,011.26 

LALLY, JOHN F ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 15,297.48 

RANSOM, RICHARD A PROF STAFF MEMBER, 14,031.48 

REDDAN, JOHN T M COUNSEL , SUBCOMM ITT EE , 17,950.02 

SAUNOERS, SANFORD T SECURITY OFFICER, TO AUG. 31 2,426.50 

TOLERTON, ADELINE CLERK, 6,330.00 

VINSON, JOHN BENEDICT CLERICAL STAFF ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 23 . 1,210.91 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY 



ALLEN, ROSE MARIE 
AMBURGEY, DEBORAH A 
BARNES, RICHARD C 
BARRIERE, BRENT B 
BELEW, M WENDELL, JR 
BOYLE, TERRENCE 
CHAILLET, L MARIE 
CLARKSON, WANDA JEAN 
COOPER, EILEEN M 
COUCH, DAVIS 
DANNHEISSER, RALPH 
DARISTA, JANE W 
DOUGHERTY, DOLORES K 
ELEY, PATRICIA A 
ENGER, JANE CAREY 
FLAHERTY, MICHAEL P 



ASST CLERK, 6,857.52 

FROM NOV. 6 1,375.00 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 10,549.98 

ASSISTANT CLERK, TO SEPT. 5 1,415.01 

ASSISTANT CLERK, TO AUG. 19 1,061.67 

MINORITY COUNSEL, 13,744.80 

MINORITY SECRETARY, 7,083.66 

SECRETARY, 6,294.17 

FROM JULY 1 6,499.98 

COUNSEL 9,300.82 

FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 6,666.65 

PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER, 5,800.80 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, 9,237.78 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 5,511.16 

SECRETARY, 9,727.44 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 10,000.02 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRFNCY - CONTINUED 



GLICK, DAVID COUNSEL, $18,000.00 

GONZALES, LUCIA SECRETARY, 3,816.68 

GROSS, GEORGE COUNSEL, 18.C0O.OC 

HALPERT, STUART D COUNSEL 15,825.00 

HIGHTOWER, EMILY M SECRETARY, 8,079.17 

HITZ, HELEN ADM ASST, 10,800.12 

HOFF, LINDA LEAH SECRETARY, 6,490.50 

IRELAND, CASEY MINORITY STAFF MEMBER, 18,000.00 

JASINSKI, JOSEPH J PROF STAFF MEMBER, 16,246.98 

KESECKER, MARY HELEN SECRETARY, 4,877.42 

KIRK, MARY E FROM JULY 1 6,490.50 

MACINTYRE, MILES E FROM JULY 1 4,999.98 

MCKEEVER, BENJAMIN 8 ASST COUNSEL, 15,499.98 

MCMURRAY, GERALD R STAFF DIRECTOR, 18,000.00 

MEEK, KELSAY R PROFESSIONAL STAFF MBR , 14,506.26 

MITCHELL, MILDRED S ASSISTANT CLERK, 9,727.44 

PAYNE, CLIFFORD E, JR ASSISTANT CLFRK, 4,560.90 

PEABODY, GAYLE L SECRETARY, TO OCT. 29 3,327.68 

RAYHAWK, MARGARET L RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 9,521.88 

ROSS, YAN MICHAEL MINORITY COUNSEL, 13,312.20 

SMITH, CATHERINE M MINORITY SECRETARY, 5,308.44 

SMITH, JEANNE C SECRFTARY, 5,908.02 

STEVENSON, MERRIL FROM DEC. 1 1,333.33 

THOMPSON, BARBARA ANN FROM AUG. 22 3,941.68 

WEINTRAUB, ROBERT E STAFF ECONOMIST, TO OCT. 31 AND FROM 

DEC. 1 15,00C00 

WILLIAMS, JANE L SECRETARY, TO AUG. 11 1,138.88 

WINN, OONALO J PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER, 7,648.74 

YOUNG, DORIS M ASSISTANT CLEPK, 9,157.97 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

AMIDON, PATRICIA L FROM DEC. 1 500.00 

BROYHILL, BROWARDINE R CLEPK ASSISTANT, 5,802.48 

OANMYER, DAVID A ASSISTANT CLE«K £ CLERK TYPIST, TO 

JULY 2 44.44 

DANNENHAUER, MERCEDES FROM OCT. 1 2,874.99 

FINKLEA, MARY ELIZABETH CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

HARPER, MARSHA MILLER FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 583.33 

HOFFMANN, MARGARET G LEGISLATIVE ASST, 7,305.00 

HOWARD, IRENE V LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 20 .... 1,520.84 

MELLETTE, ELIZABETH B CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

MOORE, REBECCA RESEARCH TECHNICIAN, 7,305.00 

SALMON, DAVID D, JR CLERICAL ANALYST 4,749.99 

TEDARDS, CAROL D CLERK TYPIST 3,416.66 

TURLEY, WHITNEY L CLERK, TO JULY 31 1,593.99 

WALTERS, WILLIAM D, JR FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 10 555.56 

WORSHAM, WANDA MARIE SECRETARY, 6,063.00 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON'EDUCATION AND LABOR 

ACETO, ROSANNE ASSISTANT CLERK 4,000.00 

AMIDON, LOUISE A ASSISTANT CLERK, TO SEPT. 1 915.00 

ANDERSON, VANCE J COUNSEL, 10,500.00 

ANSHELES, CAROLE J ASSISTANT CLERK, 3,000.00 

BALLARD, BLAND RESEARCH DIRECTOR, TO AUG. 31 2,750.00 

8ALTRYM, ARTHUR R FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,275.00 

BANZER, CYNTHIA D MINORITY LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 7,500.00 

3ATTLE, PORTIA M ASSISTANT CLERK, TO SEPT. 8 1,020.00 

8AUM, BETTY EARLENE FROM AUG. 28 TO OCT. 21 1,200.01 

BEAUMONT, JEUNESSE M CLFRK, 8,495.40 

BERNSTEIN, BARBARA ASSISTANT CLERK, TO AUG. 18 866.67 

BERNSTEIN, MICHAEL J FROM JULY 1 6,504.00 

BLACK, SUZANNE RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 7,166.68 

BLUMEL, MILDRED SUE RECEPTIONIST, TO NOV. 30 AND 

SECRETARY - MINORITY STAFF, FROM DEC. 

1 3,750.02 

BOWEN, LORETTA A CLERK, 7,681.44 

BROIJGHTON, CECILIA C FROM JULY 17 3,917.80 

BROWN, MAXINE L FROM JULY 1 5,333.32 

BURKE, GARY L FROM AUG. 30 TO OCT. 21 1,040.00 

CABLE, WILLIAM H FROM JULY 1 11,100.00 

CLEMENT, TIFFANY L FROM JULY 6 TO AUG. 25 1,000.00 



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CORNETT, ELIZABETH A 
CORNWELL, LELIA T 
DENNIS, CHARITY 
DIEFENBACH, WILLIAM D 
DINUSON, 8ARBARA A 
DOMENICK, JULIE 
OOWLING, ANN T 
DUFFY, HUGH G 

DUNCAN, JACK G 
EDWARDS, CAROL ANN 
FIELDS, ADRIENNE 
FINKE, LOUISE W 
FRANKLIN, ALFRED C 
FRANKLIN, GEORGE A 
FREDERICK, MARIANNE 
GASKINS, EYDIE 
GERBER, THOMAS J 
GIBBONS, KATHEPINE C 
GILLESPIE, MARY K 
HARGETT, MARILYN L 
HARRISON, JAMES B 

HART, THOMAS J 
HARVEY, JAMES J 
HENY, CHERYL D 
HILLENMEYER, ERNEST B 
HONICK, ERIC 
HUSID, DOUGLAS M 
JENNIER, KEVIN JAY 
JENNINGS, JOHN F 
KATCHER, DOUGLAS PAUL 
KEENEY, THOMAS C 
KING, JOAN MARIE 
KING, LINDA DIANE 
KIRKGASLER, SALLY K 
KISLA, ALEXANDRA J 
KRIVIT, DANIEL H 
LADNIER, CATHERINE 
LAVOR, MARTIN L 
LIM, RICHARD G 
MARSDEN, SHIRLEY M 
MASON, JANE P 
MATCHO, CHERYL G 
MAYNARD, MATTIE L 
MILLER, W KENNETH 
MILLS, SHIRLEY R 
MORRIS, LEWIS D, JR 
MOSS, ROBERT E 
NICHOLS, JULIE M 
■ORTH, CHRISTINE MARIE 
OTTO, KENNETH L 
PAINTER, TONI E 
PECK, CHERYL JEANNE 
PIERSON, JOANNE 
POLLITT, DANIEL H 
PUTNAM, DAVID S 
RABIN, ALAN 

REESE, TIMOTHY TERRANCE 
RODRIGUEZ, SILVIA J 
ROMANO, CATHERINE R 
RUGG, PATRICIA ANN 
SCHOTT, PETER 
SELLERS, GARY B 
SHULER, MARY L 
SMITH, YVONNE FRANKLIN 
SMOKEVITCH, JOHN M 
STANTON, LAURA WELLS 
STEWART, CARLTON A 
STRUNK, DOROTHY L 
SULLAM, BRIAN ELIOT 
SULLIVAN, JIM 
SULLIVAN, KATHLEEN M 
SWANK, CONSTANCE 
TAYLOR, OENNIS J 



AA £ SECY TO CHIEF CLERK, $9,237.60 

AOM ASST £, SECRETARY, 8,229.00 

FROM SEPT. 14 TO NOV. 15 1,085.00 

FROM AUG. 21 TO OCT. 31 900.00 

SECRETARY, 3,625.00 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 4,583.32 

FROM SEPT. 1 5,850.00 

FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 AND ASSOCIATE 

COUNSEL, FROM NOV. 1 15,750.00 

COUNSEL, 14,916.68 

ASSISTANT CLERK, TO AUG. 18 800.00 

CLK £ ADM ASST, 9,177.57 

ASST TO MINORITY STAFF DIP, 8.250.0C 

COUNSEL, 10,500.02 

FROM JULY 1 3,786.66 

SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 3,375.00 

ADMIN. ASSISTANT, 8,307.50 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT 12,000.02 

RESEARCH ASST, 9,240.00 

FROM JULY 1 3,846.93 

ASSISTANT CLERK, TO SEPT. 1 1,016.67 

STAFF DIRECTOR, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM 

NOV. 1 11,558.35 

FROM AUG. 1 5,416.65 

DEPUTY ASSISTANT, 9,500.00 

SECRETARY, TO JULY 6 148.33 

ASSISTANT CLERK, TO AUG. 25 916.67 

STAFF ASSISTANT 4,916.65 

FROM SEPT. 11 2,708.33 

FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 3 1,050.00 

COUNSEL, 14,660.70 

FROM OCT. 2 1,977.79 

RESFARCH ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 15 2,166.68 

ASSISTANT CLERK, TO JULY 31 4C0.00 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,299.99 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 7,583.32 

CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 5, 551. CO 

COUNSEL, 14,045.22 

RESEARCH ASST, TO SEPT. 8 1,594.21 

MINORITY LEGISLATIVE ASSOC, 14,426.10 

STAFF ASST TO ASSC GEN COUNSEL, 4,075.00 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 2,400.00 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 11 888.33 

FROM SEPT. I 2,990.78 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 633.00 

ASSISTANT CLERK 2,400.00 

SECRETARY, 8,229.00 

ASSISTANT CLERK, TO SEPT. 7 1,116.67 

FROM DEC. 29 136.11 

FROM OCT. 1 1,875.00 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 6,500.00 

ASSISTANT CLERK, TC SEPT. 1 933.34 

SECRETARY, 3,871.38 

SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 1,625.01 

SECRETARY, 4,240.02 

FROM SEPT. 1 3,334.00 

STAFF ASST TO THE ASSOC GEN.C, 5,124.12 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 31 1,800.00 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 3, COO. 00 

SECRETARY, MINORITY, 5,380.50 

RESEARCH AND STAFF ASSISTANT, 5,100.00 

SECRETARY, TO AUG. 7 668.06 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 4,177.80 

FROM SEPT. 1 6,000.00 

SECRETARY, 7,397.49 

MINORITY LEGISLATIVE ASSOCIATE, 9,000.00 

MINORITY COUNSEL, TO JULY 31 2,000.00 

FROM OCT. 16 1,729.18 

ASSISTANT CLERK, TO SEPT. 7 1,116.67 

FROM JULY 1 6,990.06 

FROM JULY 1 3,600.00 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 2,083.33 

ASSISTANT CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,430.84 

FROM AUG. I TO AUG. 31 850.00 

FROM JULY 1 11,299.98 



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TEETS, ELNORA HELEN CLERK, 

THOMSON, JEANNE E LEGI SL AT I VE - ASS I ST ANT , 

TUCKER, RONALD F FROM SEPT. 1 

VAGLEY, ROBERT E OIRECTOR, 

VANMETER, ROBERT H, III ASSISTANT CLERK, TO SEPT. 2 

VASARHELVI, MARY L FROM JULY 28 TO JULY 30 

WAGNER, JOHN DOUGLAS ASSISTANT CLERK, TO AUG. 11 .... 

WALKER, GLADYS M FROM JULY 1 

WARREN, JOHN EVERETT RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 

WOLANIN, THOMAS R RESEARCH SPECIALIST, TO AUG. 15 

YOUNG, OUIDA C M FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

ZAPPALA, CHARLES R ASSISTANT CLERK, 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS 

ATWATER, ARLENE M STAFF ASST, 

BENSON, MELVIN STAFF CONSULTANT, 

BEROES, GEORGE R SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF CONSULTANT, . 

BIERMAN, EVERETT E STAFF CONSULTANT, 

BOETTCHER, ROBERT B SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF CONSULTANT, , 

BRUCE, JALAYNE R FROM DEC. 1 

BUTCHER, GOLER TEAL SUECOMM STAFF CONSULTANT, 

CLEMENT, AUDRAY LEE STAFF ASST, 

FINLEY, ROBERT MICHAEL SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF CONSULTANT, . 

FURNIER, SHIRLEY A STAFF ASSISTANT, 

HACKETT, CLIFFORD P SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF CONSULTANT, . 

KUWIK, BERNADETTE M STAFF ASST, 

LEVY, CHARLES S SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF COUNSULTANT, 

LLOYD, HENRY M SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF CONSULTANT, . 

MARKOVICH, STEPHEN E SPECIAL ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 12 .. 

SALVIA, JEANNE M FROM DEC. 20 

SCHUPP, FRANKLIN J STAFF CONSULTANT, 

SHIRKEY, THELMA H STAFF ASSISTANT, 

SNYDER, CHARLES W CLERICAL ASSISTANT, TO JULY 17 . 

SPARKS, RAY STAFF ASSISTANT, 

VANDUSEN, MICHAEL H SUBCOMM STAFF CONSULTANT, 

VANYO, ANDREW B FROM AUG. 9 

VEPBY, PRUDENCE STAFF ASSISTANT, 

WYNN, OONNA GAIL STAFF ASSISTANT, 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS 

BARIS, DAVID H LEGAL ASSISTANT, 

8AYNARD, ERNEST C STAFF ADMINISTRATOR, 

BUCKLEY, JEREMIAH S ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 

BUHLER, WARREN BAXTER MINORITY STAFF MBR, 

CORNISH, NORMAN G DEPUTY STAFF DIRECTOR, 

OAHLIN, DOUGLAS G STAFF ATTORNEY-MIL. OPER., 

DUTY, MARTHA M CLERK, 

DOTY, RALPH T CLERICAL STAFF 

FINNEGAN, DAVID B ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 

FITZGERALD, GERALDINE A FROM NOV. 1 

GOLDBERG, DELPHIS C PROF STAFF MEMBER, 

GOLDHAMMER, GILBERT S CONSULTANT, 

GOLDHAMMER, MARGARET M CLERK, 

GRADY, HELENA A SECRETARY, 

GYORY, JAMES L INVESTIGATOR, 

HAGA, MARY ETTA CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 

HARLEY, ALMEDA J SECPETARY 

HERRO, SUSANNA DIXON MINORITY STAFF SECRETARY, 

HIGGINBOTHAM, LYNNE CLERK STENOGRAPHER, 

HORSMON, PAMELA R CLERK STENOGRAPHER, 

HUMBER, ELYNOR SECRETARY, TO OCT. 5 

INDRITZ, PHINEAS COUNSEL, 

INTRIAGO, CHARLES A ASST COUNSEL, 

JONES, MARY GEORGE SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 12 

JONES, WILLIAM MARK FROM DEC. 1 

KOEBERLEIN, CATHERINE RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 

LEE, FRANCES B STENOGRAPHER, 

LUMAN, JOSEPH C DEFENSE ANALYST, 

MOORE, WILEEN CLERK, 

MUTINO, PAUL ANTHONY COUNSEL, 

NAUGHTON, JAMES R COUNSEL, 



$6,250.00 

10,072.62 

2,000.00 

16,856.50 

930.00 

137.50 

683.33 

6,499.65 

5, 127.30 

1,200.00 

650.00 

2,500.00 



5,613.78 
15,694.38 
13, 187.52 
14,935.98 
11,868.78 
833.33 
13, 187.52 

5,613.78 
10,919.28 

6,857.52 
13, 187.52 

5,622. 11 

10,000.02 

13,187.52 

676.66 

320.83 

18,000.00 

5,622. 11 
478.27 

9,509.40 
10,549.98 

3,994.93 

4,450.02 

4,558.74 



7,995.30 

16,382.76 

7,500.00 

9,495.00 

16,382.76 

12,322.30 

4,747.50 

4,249.98 

13,426.80 

1,333.34 

16,382.76 

10,679.40 

4,427.64 

4,000.02 

7,648.74 

5,275.02 

3,956.28 

4,483.74 

7,337.70 

5,275.02 

2,366.42 

16,382.76 

10,910.94 

1,793.50 

2,333.33 

8,456. 16 

4,250.28 

11,868.78 

4,567.08 

9, 753.76 

16,382.76 



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INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS - CONTINUEO 



NELSON, PAUL N 
PHILLIPS, WILLIAM G 
RIDGELY, JOHN PAUL 
SAUNDERS, THOMAS H 
SCHEIBER, JOSEPHINE 
STEPHENS, C DON 
STEWART, ERSKINE 
STILL, RICHARD L 
THEIM, EILEEN W 
TURK, FRANCES M 
WALLICK, RUTH M 
WASSERMAN, JACOB N 
WHITTINGTON, HAROLD 



FROM JULY 1 $4,000.02 

SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF DIRECTOR, 16,382.76 

INVESTIGATOR, 10,986.30 

M.NOPITY STF MBR, TO JULY 5 252.37 

RESEARCH ANAYLST, 8,437.38 

RESEARCH ANALYST, 10,969.56 

SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF DIRECTOR, 12,499.98 

SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF DIRECTOR, 14,506.26 

FROM OCT. 1 3,125.01 

CLERK, 5,512.50 

STENOGRAPHER, 6,198.54 

COUNSEL, 15,068.40 

PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER 12,530.68 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION 

ALCOCK, LYNN DATA ENTRY SPECIALIST, TO NOV. 30 AND 

COMMUNICATIONS CONTROL COORD, FROM 

DEC. 1 4,500.00 

ANDERSON, DON F FROM JULY 7 TO NOV. 30 AND SYSTEM 

FACTORS ANALYST, FROM DEC. 1 7,733.31 

ARROWSMITH, CHARLES N INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST, 10,022.52 

BARNES, CHERIE C DATA ENTRY SPECIALIST, TO NOV. 30 AND 

COMMUNICATIONS TERMINAL OPER, FROM 

DEC. 1 4,249.98 

BARNES, GERALD L FROM JULY 3 4,450.00 

BOHATCH, COLETTE KAY ASSISTANT CLERK, TO AUG. 15 923.13 

BOOS, JOHN L CLERK SUBCOM-LIB. £ MEMORIALS, TO AUG. 

31 AND ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 . 9,249.98 
BRAZEAL, DAVID L SENIOR PROGRAMMER, TO NOV. 30 AND 

PROGRAMMER ANALYST, FROM DEC. 1 7,238.88 

BURDA, BARBARA A FROM JULY 25 TO DEC. 10 AND DATA 

PREPARATION COORDINATOR, FROM DEC. 11 3,494.45 

BUSSEN, PAMELA M ASST CLEPK, 3,692.52 

BYRD, FRANK W FROM DEC. 18 343.06 

CANDLER, BENJAMIN R PROGRAMMER, TO NOV. 30 AND PROGRAMMER 

ANALYST, FROM DEC. 1 6,444.14 

COHEN, ROBERT FROM AUG. 28 TO NOV. 30 AND SENIOR 

SYSTEMS ANALYST, FROM DEC. 1 6,320.35 

CONROY, MARY RYAN FROM DEC. 29 38.89 

COSTLOW, PATRICIA ANN FROM NOV. 27 755.56 

COWGILL, DANIEL E FROM JULY 24 TO OCT. 5 5,200.01 

CROUSE, MARTHA H FROM DEC. 29 44.44 

ELIEL, CAROL SUSAN ASSISTANT CLERK, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

FOSTER, THOMAS S, SR FROM JULY 1 11,500.02 

FRANKLIN, FLORENCE D FROM DEC. 4 637.50 

FRAZIER, K MICHAEL FROM SEPT. 29 2,811.12 

FREEMAN, WILLIAM E, JR FROM JULY 3 9,246.09 

FRYE, MARY C EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 6,000.00 

GARRETT, ROBERT WILLIAM FROM DEC. 29 122.22 

GAUTHIER, ANTOINETTE P CLERK TYPIST, TO JULY 31 AND DATA 

PREP SPECIALIST, FROM AUG 1 . 1 TO NOV. 

30 AND COMMUNICATIONS TERMINAL OPER, 

FROM DEC. 1 4,070.50 

GIAIMO, BARBARA LEE FROM JULY 1 4,249.98 

GILL, BETTY ULAINE KEY PUNCH OPERATOR, TO NOV. 30 AND 

COMMUNICATIONS TERMINAL OPER, FROM 

DEC. 1 4,248.43 

GILLIAM, DELORIS FROM DEC. 27 66.67 

GLEASON, EUGENE W FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,050.00 

GRAHAM, CHARLES E DEPUTY DIRECTOR, 15,500.00 

GROSBERG, SHELDON FROM OCT. 24 4,094.44 

GUNTER, TIMOTHY E PRODUCTION CONTROL SUPERVISOR, TO NOV. 

30 AND PROGRAMMER, FROM DEC. 1 5,599.98 

GUTHRIE, JAMES L, JR MAINTENANCE PROGRAMMER, TO NOV. 30 AND 

PRODUCTION CONTROL SPEC, FROM DEC. 1 . 4,200.00 
HARDING, HAROLD W, JR SENIOR SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER, TO NOV. 30 

AND SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER, FROM DEC. 1 .. 8,625.00 

HAWK, THOMAS J FROM AUG. 21 3,250.00 

HILL, WILLIAM R SENIOR PROJECT LEADER, TO NOV. 30 AND 

SYSTEMS ANALYST, FROM DEC. 1 8,197.38 

HOFFMAN, LINDA R FROM DEC. 1 720.83 

HYLAND, MARGARET MARY FROM DEC. 29 44.44 

JACKNIS, NORMAN J ASSISTANT CLERK, TO OCT. 31 4,220.00 



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JANCZEWSKI, MARK G 
JAYNES, GURNEY S 
JOHNS, ELIZABETH M 
JONES, NANCY MAXWELL 
KLUKAS, ROBERT 

LADD, PHILLIP B 

LAMB, BETTY R 
LASSER, DANIEL W 
LATHAM, THOMAS W 
LEWIS, BARBARA D 
LIGGETT, DEBORAH K 
LUCAS, YOHANNA 
LUTZ, PATRICIA NELL 
MADDEN, MARSHA A 
MALLONEE, RONALD M 
MCGEE, MARIE V 
MERRICK, CURTIS L 
MESKO, EDMOND S 
MILLS, EDWARD R 



MORRIS, IRENE J 



MOSER, VICKIE SUE 
MUMMA, ROBERTS J 
NICHOLS, JULIE M 
OVERTON, WYATT LEE 
PATTRIDGE, LYNNE E 
PECK, CHERYL JEANNE 
PFAEHLER, DWIGHT H 



PITTMAN, BARBARA FAYE 
POWELL, JIMMY W 
REED, JOHN T 
RICH, CAROL LYNN 
RIGBY, JUDITH LYRIS 
ROBERTSON, FRANK L 
ROBINSON, DONALD L 

ROBINSON, STUART M 



SHARP, BETTY J 

SIMMONS, JUDITH H 
SISSON, DIANNE L 
SMITH, KATHRYN A 



STCLAIR, NOAH M 
STIEGELMAIR, JOHN 
STOFKO, STEPHEN J, 
SUDOW, WILLIAM E 
TANGRETTI, THOMAS 
TAYLOR, ADA 



TOLSON, JOHN PAUL 
TOMANIO, MICHAEL 
ULEP, HOWARD G 
VENTURA, JOSEPH T 
WAGLIARDO, JASPER T 
WALKER, E JEAN 

WALTERS, VERNON JOHN 
WARD, WAITES JAMES 

WASHINGTON, BERTHINE 

WATTERSON, EARL D 
WEIRATHER, PAULA E 



FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 15 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 

ASSISTANT CLERK, TO SEPT. 22 

SECRETARY, TO DEC. 20 

FROM SEPT. 25 TO NOV. 30 AND SYSTEMS 

ANALYST, FROM DEC. 1 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST, TO 

JULY 15 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 

MGR ANALYSIS 6 PROGRAMMING, TO JULY 31 

CHIEF CLERK, 

ASSISTANT CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

ASSISTANT CLERK, TO AUG. 11 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 

FROM AUG. 21 TO NOV. 30 

FROM DEC. 18 

PROGRAMMER, TO AUG. 1 

FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 

FROM JULY 1 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST, 

SYSTEMS ANALYST, TO NOV. 30 AND 
INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST, FROM 

DEC. 1 

DATA CONVERSION SPECIALIST, TQ NOV. 30 
AND DATA PREP COORDINATOR, FROM DEC. 1 

TO DEC. 8 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 

FROM JULY 1 

FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 

FROM AUG. 1 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 

FROM OCT. 1 

MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 30 AND 
SR INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECLST, FROM 

DEC. 1 

FROM NOV. 27 

FROM JULY 30 

FROM AUG. 28 

FROM DEC. 4 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 

FROM OCT. 11 

FROM JULY 24 TO NOV. 30 AND SYSTEM 

FACTORS SPECIALIST, FROM DFC. I 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST, TO 
NOV. 30 AND SR INFORM SYSTEMS 

SPECIALIST, FROM DEC. 1 

ASSISTANT CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND 
RECEPTIONIST/SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 .. 

ASSISTANT CLERK (C), 

SECRETARY, 

ASST INFO SYSTEMS SPECIALIST, TO NOV. 
30 AND COMMUNICATIONS CONTROL COORD, 

FROM DEC. 1 

SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER, 

FROM DEC. 18 

FROM OCT. 30 

PRINTING CLERK 

ASST CLERK, 

FROM SEPT. 11 TO DEC. 3 AND 
COMMUNICATIONS TERMINAL OPERTR, FROM 

DEC. 4 

ASST CLERK, 

SENIOR PROGRAMMER, TO NOV. 3 

FROM SEPT. 11 

CLERK, 

SENIOR SYSTEMS ANALYST 

ASSISTANT CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND 
SYSTEM FACTORS ANALYST, FROM DEC. 1 .. 

PROGRAMMER, 

FROM JULY 10 TO NOV. 30 AND MANAGER, 
DATA PROCESSING GROUP, FROM DEC. 1 ... 
FROM AUG. 28 TO NOV. 30 AND DATA 

PREPARATION TRAINEE, FROM DEC. 1 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST, 

FROM OCT. 16 



$750.00 
6,593.76 
1,640.00 
3,683.33 

4,666.66 

859.21 
6,593.76 
2,022.08 
8,550.00 
1,967.08 

546.67 
5,879.17 
2,083.33 

288.89 
1,033.33 
4,858.35 
9,750.00 
9,499.98 



3,730.54 
4,999.98 
4,999.98 
1,625.01 
4,500.00 
5, 166.25 
1,875.00 



10,999.98 
547.77 
6,291.67 
6,150.00 
600.00 
3,958.35 
5,333.33 

5,233.33 



11, 341.26 

4,219.98 
6,450.00 
3,900.00 



6, 874.98 
7,204.86 
938.89 
3, 897.23 
9,166.67 
9,231.24 



2,213.88 
5,666.66 
5, 190.60 
5,652.79 
7,500.00 
9,499.98 

7,800.00 
6,593.76 

7, 125.00 

2,050.00 

10,022.52 

1,875.00 



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WIGHTMAN, ANNE W FROM JULY 30 

WOODEN, ROSE POLITO ASSISTANT LEGAL COUNSEL, 

WUNDERLICH, JOHN M, JR FROM SEPT. 22 

WYGODA, GERALD H FROM DEC. 1 

YOUNG, NORMAN D FROM AUG. 7 

YOUNGBLOOD, VELMA T ASSISTANT CLERK, 

YUDISKAS, DIANA LEE FROM DEC. 26 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS 

ANTHONY, ROBERT H STAFF ECONOMIST, TO AUG. 13 

BECKER, MARSTON L PRINTING CLERK, 

CONKLIN, CHARLES R SP COUNSEL PUB LNDS/ENV MTRS, 

DROTOS, BERTHA D CLERK, , 

GADDIS, EDWARD MESSENGER, , 

GENNARI, MARY LEE CLERK, 

JARVIS, INEZ H CLERK, , 

LARSON, NANCY LOU CLERK, , 

LOEFFLER, KATHY C FROM JULY 15 , 

MARINER, THERESE M CLERK, 

PARIS, FRANCES J SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 

PETRONI, HEATHER M SECRETARY, TO AUG. 25 , 

SMITH, CARLETON CRAIG ASSISTANT COUNSEL, TO JULY 31 

THOMAS, WILLIAM G CONSULTANT/TERR AFFAIRS, TO AUG. 31 . 

WFIDENFELD, EDWARD L COUNSEL ON ENERGY MATTERS, 

WINKEL, ADRIAN P FROM SEPT. 1 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL SECURITY 

APPELL, VICTORIA R CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 17 

ARMSTRONG, GEORGE C INVESTIGATOR, 

BIGGERSTAFF, MARGIE D SECRETARY, 

BONNEVILLE, CHARLES L INVESTIGATOR, 

BUTLER, DANIEL ASSISTANT DOCUMENT CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

AND DOCUMENTS CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 ... 

CAMPBELL, JOSEPH A, III FROM OCT. 14 

COIL, S JANICE SECRETARY, 

CROCITTO, RUTH ANN INFORMATION ANALYST, TO AUG. 25 

DANIELS, SUSAN KAY INFORMATION ANALYST 

DOYLE, FLORENCE B SECRETARY, 

DRING, KAREN SUE INFORMATION CLASSIFIER, 

EDINGER, ELIZABETH L EDITOR 

FERRY, DANIEL R ASST COUNSEL, 

FOY, ANDREA T INFORMATION CLASSIFIER, 

GITTINGS, HELEN M RESEARCH ANALYST, 

HARRISON, SHEILA CLERK-TYPIST, TO NOV. 30 

IVORY, LEO WILLIAM, JR ASST DOCUMENTS CLERK, TO OCT. 11 

JAECK, DORIS R INFORMATION ANALYST, 

JAMES, MILDRED V CLERK TYPISTS, 

LEWIS, JOHN F COORDINATING EDITOR, 

LEWIS, NORMA H SECRETARY, 

MAGGIO, ANITA SARAH CLERK, 

MASINO, VIRGINIA RECEPTIONIST, 

MUFFLEY, DAVID E, JR DOCUMENT CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

NORUSIS, RICHARD R INVESTIGATOR, 

ONTRICH, MAUREEN P INFORMATION ANALYST, 

PFAFF, ALMA T RESEARCH ANALYST, 

PIXLEY, PEGGY F EDITORIAL CLERK, 

POOLE, WILLIAM T RESEARCH ANALYST, 

POOS, ROBERT RESEARCH ANALYST, 

POTT, STUART INVESTIGATOR, 

ROLLINS, AUDREY L SECRETARY, 

SHAW, RICHARD A INVESTIGATOR, 

SOLOMON, ALBERT H, JR INVESTIGATOR, 

SPENCER, JEANNE L STENOGRAPHER, TO JULY 5 

SPIRT, LINDA E SECRETARY, 

STANKUS, NANCY M FROM OCT. 16 

STRATTON, JOHN N INVESTIGATOR, 

SWEENY, BARBARA C CLERK STENOGRAPHER, 

THACH, JOSEPH E, JR RESEARCH ANALYST, 



S4, 194.43 
9,000.00 
4,675.01 
1,055.00 
8,600.02 
5,967.08 
180.56 



2, 133.33 
8,967.48 
16,879.98 
6,000.00 
5,275.02 
5,250.00 
7,912.50 
7,121.28 
3,919.43 
4,750.02 
2,874.99 
1,222.23 
1,833.33 
5,099.16 
15,297.48 
10, 198.32 



705.00 
7,648.74 
5,324.34 
8,390.46 

5,313. 15 
1,390.29 
6,047. 16 
1,229.40 
4,653.66 
5,051.52 
3, 759.72 
8, 174.46 
9,791.04 
3,428.76 
9,405.72 
3,023.98 
1,831.00 
5,335.38 
3,741.78 

14,538.90 
5,429.04 
3,428.76 
4,481.88 
1,717.00 
8, 176.26 
4,689.84 
5,917.62 
5,335.38 
7,261.74 
9,832.71 
7, 144.76 
4,803.86 
9,256.80 

10,549.98 
124.55 
5,794.20 
1,354. 18 
8,390.46 
4,617.54 
8,565.02 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE 



BARNICH, WILLIAM C, III CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

BARRETT, MICHAEL F, JR ATTORNEY, 

BEATSCN, ROBERT J FROM AUG. 18 TO NOV. 15 

BELL, JOANNE E CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

BOUCHARD, ANNETTE M CLERICAL ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 30 

BROOER, JAMES F SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 

BULLARD, BARBARA L CLERICAL ASST, MIN, 

COLE, RAYMOND C, JR FROM OCT. 17 

CONNOR, JAMES R STAFF ASSISTANT, 

COX, DIANE K CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

DRUHAN, WILLIAM T STAFF A SST/ INVEST IGAT I ONS , 

DUBINO, HELEN M STAFF ASST, MIN 

EASTMAN, ELIZABETH A CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

FISHER, JUDITH B CLERICAL ASSISTANT, TO DEC. 15 

FLUES, BARBOURA C CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

GRAHAM, WALTER J, JR STAFF ASSISTANT, 

GREENE, HENRY THOMAS MINORITY STAFF ASSISTANT, 

JORDAN, ANNE L CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

KELLEY, JOSEPH T MESSENGER, TO AUG. 31 

KROLIK, RICHARD STAFF ASSISTANT, 

LANTZ, LINDA F CLERICAL ASSISTANT (MINORITY), TO NOV. 

18 

LAWTON, STEPHAN E STAFF ASSISTANT, 

LEMOV, MICHAEL R COUNSEL, 

MANELLI, DANIEL J ACTING CHIEF COUNSEL/INV, 

MAZZONE, MARGARET C STAFF ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 31 

MCCARTHY, VIOLET M CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

MCGRATH, ALBERT J SPECIAL ASST, 

MCMULLEN, OARLENE G CLERICAL ASSISTANT MIN, 

MOSHER, RUSSELL D STAFF ASST/ INVEST IGATI ONS , 

PAINTER, WILLIAM HALL SPECIAL COUNSEL, TC SEPT. 15 

PAOLA, ELIZABETH G CLERICAL A SST/ INVEST IGAT IONS , 

PARKER, MICHAEL J ATTORNEY, 

QUINN, JUDITH ANN CLERICAL ASST, 

RAABE, MARK J ATTORNEY, 

ROBINSON, JO ANN STAFF ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 22 

ROWEN, HARVEY A STAFF ATTORNEY, 

SCHOTLAND, ROY A CONSULTANT, TO JULY 28 

SCHRAM, A BENNETT MINORITY STAFF ASST, 

SMETHURST, BENJAMIN M SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 

STERN, ROBERT L SPECIAL CONSULTANT, 

WEBB, TROY STAFF ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 31 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY 

ADDONIZIO, FRANK H FROM OCT. 16 

CHELLMAN, PEARL L CLERICAL STAFF, 

COHEN, DANIEL L ASSISTANT COUNSEL, TO OCT. 31 AND 

COUNSEL, FROM NOV. 1 

DALLEY, GEORGE A ASSISTANT COUNSEL, TO SEPT. 30 

EGLIT, HOWARD ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 

ENDRES, ARTHUR P, JR ASST COUNSEL, 

FARR, JAMES B MESSENGER-CLERK, 

GAFFNEY, MARY SHEA CLERICAL STAFF, 

GARRISON, SAMUEL A, III ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, TO AUG. 31 

■ GERSTEN, LINDA CHAVEZ FROM JULY 26 

HAAROT, ALMA B CLERICAL STAFF, 

HAEBERLE, ROBERTA L FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 28 

HAYES, LINDY FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

HERMANN, JO ANN FROM SEPT. 20 TO OCT. 20 

HOFFMAN, HERBERT E COUNSEL, 

JACKSON, ALICE M CLERICAL STAFF, 

JOHNSON, FLORENCE C CLERICAL STAFF, TO NOV. 30 

KAHN, JUDITH B FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 

KELEMONICK, MICHAEL CLERICAL STAFF, 

MCCONNFLL, DIANNE FROM NOV. 1 

MCGRADY, FLORENCE T CLERICAL STAFF, 

MOONEY, THOMAS E ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 

PALMIERI, RONALD FROM OCT. 10 TO NOV. 3C 

POLK, FRANKLIN G ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 

POSEY, BRUCE K FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

PRATT, RUTH T CLERICAL STAFF, 

' SARTORI, ANN P CLERICAL STAFF, 

SOURWINE, MARY G CLERICAL STAFF, 

TISCHBEIN, ANNELIE E CLERICAL STAFF, 

VANCE, LOUIS S MESSENGER, 



$4,999.98 

13,714.98 

2,933.33 

4,999.98 

2,373.75 

14,242.50 

6,553.62 

4, 111.12 

13,783.92 

6,066.24 

14, 865.42 

15,401.76 

6,995.64 

5,318.94 

5,802.48 

13,580.52 

10,549.98 

4,694.76 

1,200.00 

13,580.52 

3,568.59 

13,580.52 

13,580.52 

16,879.98 

1,200.00 

6,606.45 

7,490.52 

4,255.86 

5,526.96 

7,500.00 

8,065.08 

11,605.02 

4,747.50 

13,714.98 

1,444.44 

12,811.48 

1,400.00 

10,549.98 

14,865.42 

14,506.26 

1,200.00 



541.67 
5,525.02 

7,868.34 
5,004.39 

10,800.00 

7,868.34 

4, 100.00 

5,336.26 

3,340.84 

6,888.87 

6,719.40 

580.00 

600.00 

645.84 

18,000.00 
4, 558.74 
4,791.65 
1,125.00 
7,087.74 
1,083.34 
7,087.74 

11,077.50 
589. 34 

15,825.00 
600.00 
5,802.48 
5,424.99 
7, 154.32 
5,325.00 
5,029.22 



-914 O - 73 - 12 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY - CONTINUED 

WHITE, MINNIE FROM DEC. 30 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES 

BAKAS, GUS FROM JULY 1 

BARNES, NORMAN MICHAEL INVESTIGATOR, 

DICKERSON, PAULINE M FROM JULY 1 

HEYWARD, FRANCIS D COUNSEL, 

HICKS, CARLTON JAMES ASSISTANT CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

HOFFMAN, RUTH I ASST CLERK, 

LOCKHART, GWEN H ASSISTANT MINORITY CLERK, 

MOHLER, ELEANOR P ASSISTANT CLERK, 

NEVITT, BETTY ANN SECRETARY, 

PERIAN, CARL LEWIS FROM JULY 1 

POTTER, FRANK M, JR COUNSEL, TO AUG. 31 

SANTO, ALFRED RONALD ASST COUNSEL, 

SUMMERS, LUCYE L FROM JULY 1 

WATT, DONALD A EDITOR, 

WATT, RONALD ASSISTANT CLERK, 

WOJCIK, JANE C SECRETARY, 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON POST OFFICE AND CIVIL SERVICE 

ARANETA, LOUIS A INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

BARRY, MARGARET R SECRETARY, 

BARTON, RICHARD STAFF ASST, 

BATES, KATHRYN E SECRETARY, 

BETHEA, BARBARA FAYE JR STAFF ASSISTANT, 

BRACY, RAYMOND W INTERN, TO AUG. 20 

BROWN, LORRAINE L SECRETARY, 

CAMPBELL, AUSTIN B FROM DEC. 11 

CIARAVELLA, JO ANN SECRETARY, 

CLEVEN, CATHY L INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

COULTRAP, RAY H STAFF ASST. MIN., 

DALRYMPLE, ELIZABETH B FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND STAFF 

ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. 1 

DIAMOND, ELAINE L SECRETARY, TO JULY 23 

FUSSELL, GLENDA J SECRETARY, TO OCT. 14 

GABUSI, JOHN STAFF ASSISTANT, 

GOULD, GEORGE B STAFF ASST, 

GUSTAFSON, TANYA ANN INTERN,. TO AUG. 6 

HANNON, THEODORE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 8 , 

HARDING, DELOIS SECRETARY, 

HATCHERSON, JANE W SECRETARY, 

HEDGLON, PETER F INTERN, TO AUG. 13 

HOWARD, ALTON M PRINTING EDITOR, 

HUGLER, EDWARD T INVESTIGATOR, 

KENNEDY, THOMAS R STAFF ASSISTANT, 

LIGHT, LON E FROM AUG. I TO SEPT. 10 

MEYER, ROBERT JAMES INTERN, TO AUG. 20 , 

MOORE, ROBERT M INTERN, TO SEPT. 13 

MOOSER, STEPHEN B FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

MULHOLLAND, JAMES S STAFF ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 4 ..... 

NAPIER, MARGARET G ASSISTANT DOCUMENT CLERK, 

NEUMAN, ROBERT A STAFF ASST, 

PENDLETON, MARIA R DOCUMENT CLERK, , 

PETERS, DOROTHY L SECRETARY, 

PIERCE, CRYSTAL D INTERN, TO AUG. 13 

RAYMOND, ANTHONY JOHN STAFF ASST MIN, 

SCOVILLE, STANLEY E FROM SEPT. 1 

SNIPES, JUSTINE P SECRETARY, , 

SPETKA, DAVID R INTERN, TO AUG. 13 

STONER, GORDON G INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

TERRY, DONALD F FROM AUG. 28 

THAYER, TED J RESEARCH ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 30 .. 



10,000.02 
5,344.50 
8,202.66 

13,714.98 
1,366.66 
6,666.68 
6,499.98 
6,250.02 
6,250.02 

13,000.02 
3,000.00 
9,666.68 
6,498.36 

10,108.98 
4,999.98 
7,792.98 



600.00 

5,500.02 

11,710.50 

6,600.00 

3,632.49 

500.00 
5,225.88 

972.22 
5,280.30 

600.00 
7,525.02 

4, 116.00 

525.93 

2,455.54 

13,198.08 

13,200.72 

360.00 

380.00 

5,222.28 

4,800.00 

430.00 

10,099.98 

14,250.00 

12,892.08 

400.00 

500.00 

993.60 

600.00 

1,688.90 

5,903.32 

11,500.02 

8,913.33 

7,823.33 

430.00 

12,400.02 

5,000.00 

7,523.58 

430.00 

600.00 

3,416.65 

6,270.85 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS 



BARNETT, RICHARD C MINORITY STAFF ASST, 

BOURKE, STEVEN H STAFF ASSISTANT, 

CLEMENTS, PEGGY LYNN STAFF ASSISTANT, 

CONSTANDY, RUTH TECHNICAL CONSULTANT, 

CORCORAN, WILLIAM M STAFF ASSISTANT, 

OAHLSTEDT, CAROL L SECRETARY, 

OAMICO, SALVATORE J ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 

OECOURCY, PAULINE L STAFF ASST, 

DEITZ, ALISSA STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 

DOUGHERTY, THOMAS R CLERK SUBCOMM RIVERS £ HARBORS, TO 

AUG. 31 

DOWNIE, MARTHA E MINORITY STAFF ASSISTANT, 

EDLER, HENRY G PROJECT COORDINATOR, 

EVANS, CATHERINE ANN STAFF ASST, 

FRANCIS, PAUL S STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 19 

GANUN, AGNES M STAFF ASSISTANT, 

GILBERT, KAREN M FROM OCT. 2 

GILBERT, SHELDON S MINORITY COUNSEL, 

HAY, BETTY ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 

HILL, "ATRICIA A MINORITY STAFF ASST, 

ITALIANO, JOSEPH A EDITORIAL ASST, 

JONES, BRENDA G MINORITY STAFF ASST, 

JOSEPH, J ANN FROM JULY 26 

KARSEBOOM, GEORGE P PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER, 

KEENEY, KATHRYN M CHIEF CLERK, 

KILEY, ELIZABETH HALL STAFF ASST, 

KNIGHTEN, SHIRLEY R STAFF ASSISTANT, 

KOPECKY, GEORGE M CHIEF INVESTIGATOR, 

KROUSE, CHARLES A PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER, 

LAWRENCE, ROBERT G ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 

LEONARD, MARY KATHRYN FROM OCT. 3 

LOFTUS, ROBERT F TECH STAFF ASST, 

LORENZ, CARL J, JR ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 

LYNCH, MARIE MURPHY CLERK SUB FLOOD CON £ INT DEV, 

MAY, WALTER R CHIEF COUNSEL, 

MCCARTHY, MARGARET F STAFF ASSISTANT, 

MILLER, MACHELE J STAFF ASSISTANT, 

NOLEN, WILLIAM INVESTIGATOR, 

OHARA, JOHN P ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 

RUHE, SHIRLEY L FROM JULY L 

SPENCE, ROBERT F SUBCOMMITTEE CLERK, 

STEIN, TOBY J RESEARCH ASST, 

STOUT, HARRY LEE FROM OCT. 1 

THOMSON, CYNTHIA J STAFF ASST, TO DEC. 15 

VITALI, NANCY CLERK SUBCOMM BLDGS E. GROUNDS, 

WILLSE, SHERMAN S PROFESSIONAL STF MBR, 

WOOO, GORDON E MIN PROFESSIONAL STAFF ASST, 

YATES, PAUL R S PROF STF MBR MIN, 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND ASTRONAUTICS 

DICKINSON, PHILIP P . TECHNICAL CONSULTANT, 

GALLO, THERESA M SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 

GIROUX, FRANCIS J CLERK, 

GOULD, HAROLO A TECHNICAL CONSULTANT, 

HINES, RICHARD PAUL STAFF CONSULTANT, 

HOLMFELD, JOHN D SCIENCE POLICY CONSULTANT, 

JUSTICE, HAZEL R FROM NOV. 1 

KERNAN, ELIZABETH S SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ASST, 

NUCCIARONE, A PATRICK ASSISTANT PUBLICATIONS CLERK, TO SEPT. 

5 

QUIGLEY, DENIS C PUBLICATIONS CLERK, 

RATCHFORD, J THOMAS SCIENCE CONSULTANT, 

REES, MARTHA N SECRETARY, 

SCHWARTZ, PATRICIA J SECRETARY, 

WELLS, WILLIAM G, JR TECH CONSULTANT, 



$7, COO. 02 
9,231.24 
6,066.24 

11,605.02 
4,350.00 
6,593.76 

15,825.00 
4,999.98 
1,000.00 

?, 165.00 

7, 121.28 

17,407.50 

4,637.49 

1,225.00 

6,829.86 

2, 595.83 

15,000.00 

8,706.24 

5,275.02 

10,588.98 

4,747.50 

3,229.17 

14,242.50 

9,668.40 

3, 165.00 

6,593.76 

17,629.56 

13,500.00 

16,443.24 

2,077.77 

15,297.48 

15,825.00 

6,596.49 

18,000.00 

4.357.5C 

4,357.50 

10,549.98 

15,825.00 

5,500.02 

9, 103.98 

3,951.00 

2, 100.00 

4, 110.10 

6,066.24 

15,825.00 

12,750.00 

16,000.02 



15,015.42 

4, 176.05 

9,237.78 

17,319.72 

17,319.72 

12,660.00 

1.500.0C 

8,521.92 

914.33 
7,915.93 

15,712.26 
6,783.84 
5,225.88 

15,415.02 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON CRIME 



APPLEBY, M IPENE SECPETARY, 

BASS, AVANELL K OFFICE MANAGER, 

BECCACCIO, LIVIO A INVESTIGATOR, 

BEDELL, LEROY C, JR INVESTIGATOR, 

BERGER, BARRY STUART ASSISTANT COUNSEL, TO CEC. 1 .... 

BLOMMER, MICHAEL W ASSOC CHIEF COUNSEL, 

BLUMENFELD, JACK P FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 1 

BOYSEN, MARY R SECRETARY TO ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, . 

CANTY, MARIAN SECRETARY TO CHAIRMAN, 

COLLISON, FREDERICK B INVESTIGATOR, 

COOK, MARTHA A SECRETARY, 

DONOVAN, JAMES P INVESTIGATOR, TO AUG. 5 

DORY, ELSWORTH D INVESTIGATOR, TO AUG. 19 

DOUGLASS, MIRIAM E SECRETARY, 

DOWNEY, MARY FAYE SECRETARY 

DURAN, LINA MABEL STAFF EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 

ENGLANOER, PATTI FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 10 

FISHER, JUDITH B FROM DEC. 26 

GOULART, MARY M FINANCE OFFICER, 

GREY, EVELYN SAVAGE RESEARCHER, 

LYNCH, RICHARD P FROM OCT. 30 

MADDEN, RAPHAEL J RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 

MCDONALD, JAMES E FROM SEPT. 25 

MCKENNA, ROBERT E INVESTIGATOR, 

NOLDE, H CHRISTOPHER ASSOCIATE COUNSEL 

OTTERS, N ROSS INVESTIGATOR, 

PETIT, MICHAEL D PRESS OFFICER, 

PHILLIPS, JOSEPH A CHIEF COUNSEL, 

RADDING, ANDREW ASSISTANT COUNSEL, TO AUG. 18 ... 

REEPING, PAULINE B SECRETARY TO CHIEF COUNSEL, 

SBARRA, THERESA A SECRETARY, TO NOV. 5 

SCHAUER, MARGARET M RESEARCH ASST, 

SEAL, BETTY B SEC TO ASSOCIATE CHIEF COUNSEL, . 

SULLIVAN, THOMAS K INVESTIGATOR, 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE HOUSE RESTAURANT 

CAMPBELL, THOMAS J STAFF DIRECTOR, 

COUSINS, BARBARA E FROM SEPT. 15 

HARTLEY, JANE D FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 14 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON SMALL BUSINESS 

DICK, MONA BIDDLE SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

FINN, JOHN M MINORITY COUNSEL, TC OCT. 20 .... 

FOUTCH, MYRTLE RUTH CLERK, 

GOULD, JUSTINUS COUNSEL, 

GREENBERG, HOWARD STAFF DIRECTOR, 

HOHMAN, MARY EILEEN CLERK-TYPIST, 

HUGHES, WILLIAM G, JR FROM OCT. 1 

JACQUES, BRYAN H FROM NOV. 1 

KEEL, WILLIAM A, JR RESEARCH ANALYST, 

KINKEAD, LINDA W SECRETARY 

KRITZER, PAUL E FROM DEC. 1 

NAPIER, BRENDA H FROM JULY 1 

OAKLEY, MILLARD VAUGHN GENERAL COUNSEL, 

OCONNOR, CHARLES E FROM JULY 1 

PARKINSON, DON MARTIN FROM SEPT. I 

PARRISH, EMILIA E SECRETARY, 

PEARCE, SUSAN FROM DEC. 1 

PENNINGTON, LESLIE R PRINTING EDITOR, 

OHALEN, JAMES R ASST MIN COUNSEL, TO OCT. 31 AND 

MINORITY COUNSEL, FROM NOV. 1 ... 

POWERS, THOMAS G COUNSEL, 

RAWLS, WILLA C SECRETARY (MIN), TO NOV. 30 

RAYBURN, JOHN K COUNSEL, TO AUG. 31 

ROBINSON, HENRY A DEPUTY GENERAL COUNSEL, 

ROE, DONALD B COUNSEL, 

ROMANESK, BERNADETTE STAFF ASST, MIN, 

SPAKES, LINDA LOUISE CASE WORKER, 

STEWART, CHRISTINE ANN SECRETARY, 

STEWART, ELMIRA R FROM SEPT. 1 

TURLINGTON, ELIZABETH W FROM OCT. 10 

WATSON, DONNA M SECRETARY, 

WHISENHUNT, VALERIE SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 



$4,888.80 

7,500.00 

10,549.98 

10,000.02 

9,227.76 

14,607.12 

50.00 

6, 171.78 

7,000.02 

5,500.02 

5,047.50 

2,051.39 

2,722.23 

5,275.02 

4,483.74 

6,593.76 

133.33 

173.61 

7,912.50 

6,066.24 

4,066.67 

3,920.94 

5, 333.34 

10,549.98 

14,607. 12 

10,549.98 

10,549.98 

18,000.00 

2,262.48 

7,000.02 

3,094.63 

6,066.24 

4,999.98 

10,549.98 



10,072.62 
2,335.39 
1,630.37 



650.00 

7,394.46 

10,500.02 

16,666.68 

18,000.00 

3,499.98 

2, 741.68 

2,000.00 

18,000.00 

6,349.98 

1,791.67 

4,083.32 

18,000.00 

9,492.00 

2,500.00 

6,349.98 

791.67 

9,900.00 

11, 533.34 
7,791.66 
3,958.35 
3,833.34 

16,916.66 
9,966.68 
5,550.00 
5, 166.66 
4, 125.00 
2,600.00 
1, 574.99 
4,725.00 
1,300.00 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



FROM 



COMMITTEE ON CAMPAIGN EXPENDITURES 



BODIKER, DAVIO H 
GUSTAVSON, JOYCE ANN 
HALLAHAN, LOUISE M 
KELLY, MARY PATRICIA 
MCGARRY, JOHN WARREN 
MECKLEY, DANIEL G, IV 
SANDY, KATHLEEN V 
VERTNER, JEAN AITCHESON 
WHITE, JEANETTE ELAINE 



FROM SEPT. 1 $10,000.00 

STAFF ASSISTANT, TO OCT. 15 3,173.34 

FROM NOV. 1 500.00 

FROM OCT. 1 700.00 

CHIEF COUNSEL, 18,000.00 

STENOGRAPHER, TO SEPT. 30 1,800.00 

FROM SEPT. 1 3,935.33 

FROM OCT. 1 2,016.67 

FROM DEC. 4 900.00 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON VETERANS' AFFAIRS 



DANIEL, BARBARA PRICE 
GILLIAM, VANCE L 
GRAVES, CANDIS LEE 
HIGHT, JAMES 
HOWARD, PHILIP E 
MITCHELL, DONALD M 
POWELSON, AUDREY A 
SCHWALL, RITA W 
WAUGH, RALPH 



FROM SEPT. 1 3,500.00 

RECORDS CLERK, 4,572.30 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 4,735.08 

CLERK-MESSENGER, TO AUG. 18 933.33 

INVESTIGATOR, 16,239.72 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 14 855.55 

CLERK STENOGRAPHER, 5,782.50 

CLERK-STENO, 2,749.98 

CLERK-MESSENGER, TO AUG. 31 1,166.66 



WAYS AND MEANS CONTINGENCY FUND 



MEAGHER, JOHN K 
POWELL, MARSHA 



STAFF ASSISTANT, 

FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 30 



16,500.00 
3, 166.68 



MISCELLANEOUS 



BROOKS, ROGER C 
FISCHER, JOSEPH 
FRAZIER, RICHARD D 
GOUDELOCK, VERA 
GUSTAFSON, CHARLES 
HENTERLY, JOHN R 
NICKENS, GEORGE IRVIN 
VANBUSKIRK, ERNEST F 
WILLETT, EDWARD F, JR 



CHAUFFEUR, 7,802.34 

LAW REVISION COUNSEL, 18,000.00 

CHAUFFEUR, 7,801.98 

CLERK STENOGRAPHER, 8,728.44 

OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 8, 17,463.00 

FROM JULY 17 15,910.73 

CHAUFFEUR, 7,360.68 

COPY PREPARER, 9,103.98 

ASST LAW REVIS COUNSEL DC CODE, 14,821.26 



OFFICE OF FORMER SPEAKER 



FLANAGAN, PAUL FRANCIS 
MANNING, MELVIN PAUL 
OKEEFE, ARTHUR J 



FROM DEC. 1 1,018.50 

FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 5,092.50 

SECY TO FORMER SPEAKER, 6,111.00 



JOINT COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL REVENUE TAXATION 



ARNOLD, LINCOLN 
BATES, CARL E 
BILLINGER, JAMES L 
BIRO, MICHAEL D 
BLUM, ROBERT ALAN 
BUCKBERG, ALBERT 
CHABOT, HERBERT L 
CONNAUGHTON, ANASTASIA 
DALEY, JAMIE L 
DELCARMEN, AMELIA 
EIGENBRODE, GUY R 
EMORY, MEADE 
EVANS, DONALD C, JR 
FEFFERMAN, ARTHUR S 
FINK, JOSEPH E 
GAGE, ALEXA B 
GERMANIS, JOHN J 



ASST CHIEF OF STAFF, 18,000.00 

ATTORNEY, 10,827.00 

FROM JULY 17 10,705.54 

ECONOMIST, 16,000.02 

FROM AUG. 1 9,166.65 

ECONOMIST, 15,750.00 

ATTORNEY 16,999.98 

STATI STICAL CLERK, 11,020.02 

SECRETARY, 6,175.02 

SECRETARY, 5,550.00 

CLERK, TO SEPT. 27 1,160.00 

ATTORNEY, TO OCT. 5 8,180.55 

ATTORNEY, 11,749.98 

CHIEF ECONOMIST, 18,000.00 

STATISTICAL CLERK, 11,020.02 

FROM OCT. 9 2,346.10 

STATISTICAL ANALYST, 14,100.00 



176 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

JOINT COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL REVENUE TAXATION - CONTINUED 



KELLER, KATHERINE W SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 

KLUD, LEON W ECONOMIST, 

MALCOM, SHARON F SECRETARY, 

MATTHEWS, JUNE M SECRETARY, 

MCCAWLEY, HARRISON 3 ATTORNEY, 

MCCONAGHY, MARK L ATTORNEY, 

MCDERMOTT, JOANNE B SECRETARY 

NAGRO, 3LANCHE F STENO £ ASST CLERK, 

PFEIFFER, JACQUELINE'S SECRETARY 

ROSENBAUM, ALLAN S FROM AUG. 1 

ROWZIE, MARCIA BAILEY SECRETARY, 

SAVAGE, LINDA R SECRETARY, 

SBARRA, THERESA A FROM NOV. 6 

SHAPIRO, BERNARD M ATTORNEY, 

SHEPHARD, SONJA L FROM SEPT. 19 TO OCT. 31 

SILVERSTONE, HOWARD J ATTORNEY, 

SPELLMAN, JOSEPH P ATTORNEY, 

STAIRS, ELAINE M SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 12 

STEWART, ANNE D SECRETARY 

SYMONS, JAMES H STATISTICAL ANALYST, 

TOMASULO, NICHOLAS A ATTORNEY, 

WARDEN, ROBERT A ATTORNEY, 

WOODRIFF, ELLEN I SECRETARY, 

WOODWORTH, L N CHIEF OF STAFF, 

JOINT COMMITTEE ON DEFENSE PRODUCTION 

BREWTON, CHARLES S GENERAL COUNSEL, 

CAUDLE, STEPHEN J FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 15 

COPELAND, CARY H ASSISTANT STAFF DIRECTOR, 

ECHOLS, MATTIE I SECRETARY 

HAMPTON, ADRIENNE ANN FROM JULY 1 

MCALISTER, DONALD L FROM AUG. 1 

MCDANIEL, HELEN CLERK ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 1 

MCKEE, LINDA M FROM NOV. 15 

MITCHELL, OLIVIA S FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 

RIGGS, ROBERT S FROM AUG. 1 

THOMPSON, BILLY HENRY FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

WARREN, HAROLD J STAFF DIRECTOR AND COUNSEL, 

JOINT COMMITTEE ON CONGRESSIONAL OPERATIONS 

BARB, KAREN E FROM AUG. 22 

BATES, RICHARD M FROM SEPT. 27 

30NNER, SUZANNE LOU FROM SEPT. 14 TO DEC. 23 

3UCKALEW, BONNIE LEE FROM SEPT. 23 TO SEPT. 30 

BURKHART, DENNIS. FRANK CLERK, TO SEPT. 8 

DOERFLEIN, RUTH M FROM DEC. 7 

DYER, MARCH E FROM AUG. 8 

GANDY, JUDITH ANNE CLERK, TO SEPT. 15 

GOOCH, RAYMOND L STAFF COUNSEL (P), 

HACKLER, GEORGE FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

HERON, JOHN W FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 19 .* 

HODGES, MOLLY MCKNIGHT FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 21 

HOLOKA, ANN CLERK, 

KELLEY, ROBERT J CLERK, 

MACHOWSKI, JAMES S CLERK, 

MCALLISTER, JAMES F ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER, 

MEADER, GEORGE FROM JULY 1 

PENNINGTON, NANCY C CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

PERRY, SUSAN 3 FROM DEC. 1 

PETERS, EUGENE F EXEC DIR (P), 

ROBERSON, JOHN M FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 1 TO 
OCT. 31 

SNOW, GERARD C CLERK, 

SPEAR, JOHN R FROM OCT. 20 

SPIEGEL, DIANE CLERK, 

STOTESBURY, MOONEY A FROM SEPT. 18 

TACHERON, DONALD G DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH (P), 

TANNEN, TERRELL M CLERK, 

WATKINS, CYNTHIA K CLERK (C), 

WEST, DENISE ANN CLERK, 



$866.66 

10,500.00 

4,437.48 

5,650.02 

13, 750.02 

10,999.98 

8,749.98 

6,662.52 

6,049.98 

9,583.35 

6,000.00 

6,862.50 

1,451.40 

14,749.98 

1,050.00 

13,500.00 

10,827.00 

2,059.99 

5,400.00 

17,250.00 

17,745.48 

14,250.00 

4, 750.02 

19,999.98 



16,096.62 

500.00 

12,268.98 

5,773.38 

3,000.00 

5,000.00 

516.67 

1,150.00 

1,250.00 

3,333.35 

500.00 

16, 382.76 



2,621.67 

1,827.77 

1,976.38 

166.67 

1,375.00 

300.00 

2,863.88 

1,562.50 

14,500.02 

583.33 

369.44 

437.50 

7,791.68 

8,824.98 

3,9 5 8.34 

13,281.27 

10,842.00 

1,250.00 

600.00 

18,000.00 



2,333.33 

4,250.00 
1 ,479. 17 
3,725.01 
2,290.00 
16,875.00 
3,624.99 
6, 125.00 
3,708.33 



177 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

JOINT COMMITTEE ON CONGRESSIONAL OPERATIONS - CONTINUED 

ZELTNER, LYNN GAYLE CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 TO 

OCT. 7 AND FROM DEC. 1 $1,729.16 



TOTAL $47,583, 149.43 



178 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

HOUSE RESTAURANT 



ADMINISTRATIVE: 

ALTIERI, ANTHONY P. 
BALL, LAWRENCE P. 
CARROLL, MARIE R. 
CARTER, THELMA B. 
COWAN, KERMIT A. 
ENGEL, H. DENNIS 
HIGHTOWER, VADA S. 

CONGRESSIONAL RESTAURANT: 
ALBRITTON, BLANCH V. 
ALSTON, DOROTHY M. 
ALVES, PAT S. 
BEACHEM, ARLENE R. 
BOYD, FLORENCE 
BRASWELL, ROBERT, SR. 
BUTLER, FERDINAND, JR. 
BUTLER, SYLVIA C. 
BYRD, LESS IE MAE 
CANALES, ENRIQUE GARCIA 
CROWE, SARAH 
FELTON, JAMES, JR. 
FORTUNE, LUCILLE T. 
FUNDERBURKE, ZULEE 
GAMBLE, JAMES E. 
GARNER, SARETA L. 
GRAY, JAMES 
GROSS, JUANITA H. 
HARE, JOHN C. 
HAWKINS, ANNETTE E. 
HERRING, WILBERT 
HINES, MONTELLE M. 
JONES, WILLENE 
LATSON, MIRIAM 
LEAKIN, EVELYN 
MIDDLETON, MARY C. 
MINOR, BARBARA ANN 
MOY, ELLEN 
NELSON, EDWARD T. 
ORTTE, CHARLOTTE E. 
PHILLIPS, JAMES L. 
PRIESTLEY, SHERMAN J. 
ROBINSON, LINWOOD, JR. 
ROGERS, DORIS 
ROSEBERRY, WILLIE H. 
SHEPARD, GRACE 
STODDARD, ELIZABETH C. 
THOMPSON, ALVIN 
TODD, AARON E. 
TROTTER, GARFIELD 
WHITAKER, LARRY A. 
WHITE, AD ELL 
WILSON, GEORGE F. 
WOODS, JAMES H. 

CONGRESSIONAL RESTAURANT KITCHEN: 
BATTS, WILLIAM 
BENNETT, VERONICA 
BONANNI, PASQUALE 
EDWARDS, YANK 
GALMON, JANIE M. 
JAENISCH, PETER 
OTTERSON, DOUGLAS 
SMITH, FLORENCE 
STANTON, MOZELL 
WILLIAMS, CONNIE R. 
WILLIAMS, RUTH 



PURCHASING AGENT 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 

ACCOUNTING CLERK 

ACCOUNTING CLERK 

GENERAL MANAGER 

ACCOUNTING CLERK 

ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 

WAITRESS 

WAITRESS 

WAITER 

GRILL GIRL 

WAITRESS 

WAITER 

WAITER 

BUSGLRL 

FOOD CHECKER 

FOOD SERVICE WORKER 

CASHIER 

WAITER 

CASHIER HOSTESS 

BUSGIRL 

WAITER 

BUSGIRL 

WAITER 

BUSGIRL 

' WAITER 

BUSGIRL 

FOOD SERVICE WORKER 

BUSGIRL 

PANTRY SUPERVISOR 

BUSGIRL 

SECRETARY TO GENERAL MANAGER 

WAITRESS 

BUSGIRL 

BUSGIRL 

WAITER 

BUSGIRL 

WAITER 

WAITER 

WAITER 

SANITATION SUPERVISOR 

WAITER 

FOOD CHECKER 

BUSGIRL 

BUSBOY 

WAITER 

WAITER 

BUSBOY 

BUSBOY 

WAITER 

WAITER 

LEAD KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

CHEF 

COOK' S HELPER 

LEAD GRILL GIRL 

COOK 

UNIT STOREROOM MANAGER 

LEAD KITCHEN WORKER 

SALAD 

COOK' S HELPER 

SALAD GIRL , 



$6,084.00 
8,486.40 
4,139.20 
3,452.80 

11,398.40 
3,552.00 
5,928.00 



404.32 

755.29 

520.24 

2,077.69 

1,877.98 

425.94 

479.26 

795.04 

1,691.26 

2,399.04 

3,009.66 

2,217.12 

2,728.46 

764.45 

715.79 

635.32 

807.55 

1,631.84 

1,543.88 

638.96 

3,002.28 

743.50 

2,094.59 

1,372.67 

5,730.40 

231.28 

1,299.67 

1,080.82 

1,207.76 

852.94 

523.48 

1,095.90 

466.48 

1,914.61 

429.04 

1,425.25 

307.48 

425.88 

560.38 

710.52 

1,816.80 

901.92 

636.12 

894.04 



3,201.76 
1,280.92 
8,236.80 
1,651.49 
2,178.13 
1,295.12 
4,320.00 
2,451.12 
2,260.64 
1,751.50 
1,607.11 



179 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



HOUSE RESTAURANT (CONT'D) 

CANNON CARRY OUT: 
FORD, EMMA G. 
RAINES, ELIZABETH R. 
ROSCOE, MAGNORA 
SMITH, GRACE H. 
VALENTINE, ALBERT M. 
WILKINSON, HELEN 
WILLIAMS, DOROTHY M. 

RAYBURN CAFETERIA: 
BATTLE, JOHN H. 
BOYD, JAMES 
BROOKS, WENDY L. 
BROWN, ROSA LEE 
BUTLER, ALOYIOUS J. 
BUTLER, CHRISTOPHER A. 
CHAMBERS, THOMAS F. 
FONG, MEE NGOR 
FORD, ROBERT L. 
GANDY, HENRY 
GREEN, LUCY F. 
GRYMES, DORIS M. 
HARRIS, DELORES R. 
HENDERSON, EVA 
HUNTLEY, DOROTHY M. 
JONES, LORNA L. 
JONES, ULYSSES S. 
KNOX, AMY C. 
LEE, MILDRED E. 
LEWIS, WILSON 
LUKOMOSKI, KATTY 
NEWKIRK, ELSIE M. 
NICKELSON, ALEX E. 
PRICE, ELIZABETH J. 
PROCTOR, MARY E. 
ROBINSON, BETTIE C. 
RODRIGUEZ, GONZALO A. 
SNYDER, BONITA L. 
WALTMAN, JOHN H. 
WALTON, BEATRICE 
WHATLEY, TYRONE 
WHEATLEY, LAURA M. 
WILLIAMS, GERALD INE 
WISE, MABEL 

RAYBURN CATERING: 
BROOKS, CHARLES R. 
MCCORMICK, JOSEPH B. 
ROSASCO, FRANCES S. 
SINGLETON, LEE A. 
THOMPSON, EVA 
WILLIAMS, EUGENE 

RAYBURN CIGAR STAND: 
WATTS, MARY L. 
YAO, CECILIA 

RAYBURN CARRY OUT: 

CHAMBERS, CLARENCE K. 
CHANDLER, KATTIE M. 
LYONS, LOUISE 
MCKNIGHT, MARY E. 
SANDERS, BETTIE L. 
YOUNG, IRELIA 



COUNTER GIRL , 

COUNTER GIRL SUPERVISOR , 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL , 

GRILL GIRL , 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL , 

SUPERVISOR CASHIER , 

BUSGIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

CASHIER 

LEAD COUNTER GIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAI 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

GENERAL KITCHEN WORKER 

COUNTER GIRL 

COUNTER GIRL 

BUSGIRL 

COOK 

BUSGIRL 

CASHIER 

COOK 

BUSGIRL 

BUSGIRL 

GRILLMAN 

BUSGIRL 

COUNTER GIRL 

CHEF 

BUSGIRL 

COUNTER GIRL 

BUSGIRL 

UNIT STOREROOM MANAGER 

KITCHEN WORKER-RELIEF COUNTER GIRL 

CAFETERIA MANAGER 

SALAD GIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

CASHIER 

BUSGIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

ASSISTANT CATERING MANAGER 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

SALAD GIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

CASHIER 

CASHIER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

CASHIER 

GRILL GIRL 

COUNTER GIRL 

COUNTER GIRL 

COUNTER GIRL 



$2,547.39 
3,064.32 
1,546.47 
2,888.16 
2,928.12 
3,422.83 
1,130.92 



2,228.72 

981.68 
1,506.28 
2,900.91 
1,722.84 
2,509.29 
2,809.71 
2,485.58 
2,148.01 
2,184.28 
1,950.80 
2,192.40 
1,265.60 
3,100.44 

877.52 
1,377.65 
2,651.52 

931.28 
2,344.11 
2,672.14 

152.88 
2,191.10 
6,281.60 

897.68 
1,489.67 
1,996.47 
4,274.40 
2,547.50 
6,604.00 
2,563.28 

232.40 
2,758.67 
2,266.10 
2,049.66 



2,577.96 
4,555.20 
2,930.46 
2,729.34 
2,351.71 
1,672.62 



160.65 
2,169.71 



2,268.00 
3,401.32 
2,633.15 

2,441.66 
2,085.38 
2,074.31 



180 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

HOUSE RESTAURANT (CONT'D) 



MEMBERS PRIVATE DINING ROOM: 
BARNES, ROSE P. 
CORBIN, JON X. 
DUNNE, JESSIE E. 
MILLER, LEONARD J. 
MURPHY, JOEL 
PRICE, HAROLD E. 
STONE, AGNES 

CAPITOL CARRY OUT: 
JACKSON, GLORIA 
PALMER, GENEVA 
SMITH, BETTY J. 
WARLEY, KATHERINE 
WOOD, SARAH E. 

LONGWORTH HOUSE CAFETERIA: 
AIELLO, EMMA G. 
BONNER, DOROTHY N. 
BOWLING, LAURA F. 
BOYD, ROBERTA 
BROWN, DELORIS B. 
CLARK, LOU V. 
EDWARDS, EMMA JANE 
FERGUSON, ODESSA 
FLANDERS, DONALD L. , JR. 
FOSTER,' ETHEL C. 
GORDON, FANNIE F. 
GRAY, BERTHA L. 
GUTHRIE, PERRY E. 
JOHNSON, JANE R. 
JOHNSON, MAE F. 
LOWE, LANNIE M. 
MCCAIN, JANICE D. 
MCCORD, STANLEY 
MASON, KENNETH B. 
MOORE, ROSA LEE 
MULKEY, SHIRLEY L. 
PICKETT, JAMES L. 
PLIGHT, JOSEPH 
QUEEN, JAMES E. 
RICHMOND, LILLIE J. 
SIMS, HARDY 
TAYLOR, PEGGY R. 
TAYLOR, WALTER B. 
TRAMMELL, CARRIE 
WALKER, ANNE W. 
WALLACE, MINNIE D. 
WASHINGTON, GLORIA J. 
WASHINGTON, VERDELL 
WILLIAMS, EDDIE M. 

LONGWORTH CIGAR STAND: 
ROSS, NELLIE 
SEXTON, RUTH L. 

LONGWORTH BAKE SHOP: 
CRUDUP, WILLIAM D. 
HUY, HEINZ H. 
NESMITH, PETER 
STEWART, GENEVA 

LONGWORTH CARRY OUT: 
BENJAMIN, MARY S. 
BEST, PERVILLA 
LYNCH, CECILIA G. 
MAYNOR, JESSIE MAE 
PERRY, TERRITA 



WAITRESS 

WAITER 

PANTRY SUPERVISOR 

WAITER 

FOOD SERVICE WORKER 

WAITER 

FOOD CHECKER 

COUNTER GIRL 

CAFETERIA MANAGER 

BUSGIRL 

ASSISTANT MANAGER 

GRILL COUNTER GIRI 

CASHIER 

CASHIER 

COUNTER GIRL 

COOK'S HELPER 

BUSGIRL 

CASHIER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL . 
COUNTER GIRL SUPERVISOR 
UNIT STOREROOM MANAGER . 

BUSGIRL 

BUSGIRL 

BUSGIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL . 

SALAD GIRL 

SALAD GIRL 

BUSGIRL 

BUSGIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL . 
KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL . 

LEAD KITCHEN WORKER 

COOK' S HELPER 

COUNTER MAN 

COOK' S HELPER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL . 

COOK 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL . 

COUNTER GIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL , 

COUNTER GIRL 

CAFETERIA MANAGER , 

BUSGIRL , 

COUNTER GIRL , 

COUNTER GIRL 

CHEF 

CASHIER 

CASHIER 

BAKER'S HELPER 

BAKE SHOP MANAGER 

BAKER 

BAKER' S HELPER 

GRILL GIRL 

COUNTER GIRL 

RELIEF CASHIER 

CARRY OUT MANAGER 

COUNTER GIRL 



$424.94 
229.40 

2,122.48 
402.68 

1,874.00 
601.40 
588.46 



2,523.88 
3,255.60 
2,292.00 
3,163.81 
2,676.30 



177.77 
526.70 
94.30 
115.44 
516.23 
683.05 
812.88 
579.92 
274.40 
377.02 
464.42 
642.90 
556.40 
851.01 
815.72 
252.65 
074.80 
771.39 
004.36 
901.50 
,827.69 
961.67 
,610.33 
,934.24 
,756.58 
,202.88 
,228.46 
,067.59 
,078.89 
,427.20 
,912.12 
,647.86 
,517.70 
,136.00 



2,977.04 
2,781.42 



1,760.20 
6,456.96 
3,034.66 
1,983.60 



1,428.33 
2,282.32 
1,903.39 
2,464.85 
2,354.44 



181 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

HOUSE RESTAURANT (CONT'D) 



TERMINATED: 

BARBER, LINDA 
BENJAMIN, LINDA G. 
BURNS, WILLIE 
CANNADAY, MARY F. 
CLARK, SHIRLEY 
COVERT, WILLIAM, JR. 
CUNNINGHAM, KENNETH G. 
DOUGLAS, GREGORY X. 
DURHAM, FLORENCE M. 
GATES, OSALEE, JR. 
GIBSON, RONALD A. 
GIVENS, EVA MARIA 
GRAHAM, ZEMAR 
HAMMONDS, FLOWREEN D. 
HAWKINS, ANNA V. 
HUDSON, MAE 
HUGHES, VICTOR R. 
JOHNSON, ABE 
LASSITER, LINWOOD C. 
LEE, HILTON 

MCCORMICK, PATRICK J., Ill 
MAHONEY, ARTHUR E. 
PERRY, MATTHEW 
PLIESTER, WILLIAM E. 
SMITH, VIVIAN D. 
SULLIVAN, NELLIE 
THOMPSON, MAGGIE 
TRILLI, DESTA R. 
WARLEY, WILLIAM P. 
WILSON, PATRICIA 
YOUNG, MARY E. 



BUSGLRL 

BUSGIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

CASHIER 

COUNTER GIRL 

WAITER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 
KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 
FOOD SERVICE WORKER . . . 

COOK 

BUSBOY 

CASHIER 

COOK 

BUSGIRL 

COUNTER GIRL 

GRILL GIRL 

BUSBOY 

COOK'S HELPER 

BUSBOY 

BUSGIRL 

BUSBOY 

BUSBOY 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

BUSBOY 

BUSGIRL 

BUSGIRL 

COOK 

ACCOUNTING OFFICER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

BUSGIRL 

GRILL GIRL 

TOTAL 



$707.00 
247.52 
99.68 
245.49 
667.76 
539.36 
570.92 
936.33 
948.69 
454.35 
197.12 
12.97 

2,053.49 
624.40 

1,510.55 

1,008.32 
148.40 

1,111.39 
103.88 
244.16 
275.52 
587.21 
162.73 
235.20 
466.20 
241.92 
836.31 

1,654.69 
669.48 
103.69 
698.12 



$404,591.22 



182 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

HOUSE BARBER SHOPS (EMPLOYEE'S SHARE OF RECEIPTS) 



ALLEN, JOHN M. 
BOLYARD, DAVID R. 
BROWN, MALCOLM S. 
CAREY, DELLA T. 
CAREY, LAWRENCE H. 
DIPOMPO, JOSEPH 
FEATHERSTONE, ROBERT G. 
FOX, THOMAS W. 
KUSER, EUGENE J. 
MCMILLIAN, GARFIELD F. 
QUATTRONE, JOSEPH P. 
SOUTHERLAND, ELONZIA B. 
SWAN, EVELYN J. 
SUTT, ROBERT T. 
TUNSTALL, FORREST C. 



BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER 

MANICURIST 

BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER 

MANICURIST 

BARBER 

BARBER 

TOTAL 



$987.81 

712.54 

934.54 

290.33 

985.00 

2,434.41 

673.44 

987.50 

1,634.41 

1,105.18 

987.66 

541.41 

58.00 

1,215.02 

1,369.68 



$14,916.93 



183 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES-OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER 

Salaries for 6 months. __ $119, 120.14 

Refunds and adjustments (225.00) 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations 118,895. 14 

OFFICE OF THE PARLIAMENTARIAN 
Salaries for 6 months 49,732.75 



COMPILATION OF PRECEDENTS OF HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 
Salaries for 6 months 7,492. 14 



OFFICE OF THE CHAPLAIN 
Salaries for 6 months 9,884.40 



OFFICE OF THE CLERK 
1972 

Aug. 16 1199 Willard L. Beall, payment of unpaid compensation due to the death of D. Louise Upfold. 259.00 

Salaries for 6 months 1,552,958.94 

Refunds and adjustments (1.09) 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations 1,553,216.85 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS 

Salaries for 6 months 2,797,665.85 

Refunds and adjustments (755.42) 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations 2,796,910.43 

OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER 

Salaries for 6 months 2,520.89 

Refunds and adjustments (2,583. 17) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations (62.28) 

Nov. 17 3761 Norman A. West, payment of unpaid compensation due to the death of Charles Koch 133.10 

Salaries for 6 months... _ __ 1,373,354.14 

Refunds and adjustments... (67. 74) 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations 1,373,419.50 

OFFICE OF THE POSTMASTER 
Substitute messengers: 

July 6 36 George M. Bowman 191.60 

37 EricJohn Bystrom 134.12 

38 Lloyd Courembis 191.60 

39 William Everett 229.92 

40 William L. Gibson 287.40 

41 Claude Gould 38.32 

42 John A. Harter 19.16 

43 Richard Hodgens 325.72 

44 Bobby McCord.. 268.24 

45 James L. McCulloch 19.16 

46 Edward J. McGrath _ 57.48 

47 Orlandus Northington 210.76 

48 Robert Olchak 95.80 

49 Seymour Olchak 191.60 

50 William E. Paxton... 95.80 

51 Oran Perry 57.48 

52 Gary Roberson. ... 114.96 

53 Joseph D. Roberts . 38.32 

54 Bruce R. Rowen III.. 19.16 

55 Richard B. Sardegna .. 191.60 

56 Richard C. Streett 306.56 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 3,084.76 

Aug. 1 812 John Alsterda.... .... 11.50 

813 John E. Geary.... 306.56 

814 Richard Hodgens 22.99 



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JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



Date 



No. 



SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES 



Amount 



OFFICE OF THE POSTMASTER— Continued 

1972 Substitute messengers — Continued 

Aug. 1 815 Mose McCoy $11.50 

816 Orlandus Northington 76.64 

817 Richard C. Streett 153.28 

31 1412 Dennis P. Barnes 153.28 

1413 Francis X. Cravens... _ .. 287 40 

1414 Claude Gould 19.16 

1415 John H. Harter 172.44 

1416 Richard H. Hodgens... _ 249.08 

1417 Kirk R. Manning 38.32 

1418 John Packrall, Jr___ 38.32 

1419 Richard C. Streett 421.52 

1420 James C.Vogt 364.04 

Oct. 3 2465 H.Milton Cote 19.16 

2466 John Courembis... 344.88 

2467 William R. Everett, Jr 57.48 

2468 Edward J. Gill, Jr 76.64 

2469 Juan Gonzales 38.32 

2470 Claude L. Gould 76.64 

2471 Richard Hodgens.. 114.96 

2472 RobertC. McCord.... 114.96 

2473 Mose McCoy.. 26.82 

2474 James McCulloch 57.48 

2475 Orlandus Marvin Northington _ 76.64 

2476 Richard Sardegna 19.16 

2477 Richard C.Streett... _ 229.92 

Nov. 1 3317 Robert A. Ahem. 249.08 

3318 Dennis Barnes _ 19.16 

3319 Claude L. Gould... 114.96 

3320 Ronald C. Hunt... 57.48 

3321 Mose McCoy 38.32 

3322 Roy Miyasaki 210.76 

3323 Joseph F. Moore Jr 19. 16 

3324 Orlandus Marvin Northington.. 95.80 

3325 Joseph D. Roberts 19.16 

3326 Richard B. Sardegna.. 191.60 

3327 Richard C.Streett. 593.96 

3328 John T.Young 19.16 

Dec. 1 4007 Dennis Barnes 38.32 

4008 William R. Everett 172,44 

4009 Stephen B. Fridge 19.16 

4010 Claude L. Gould - 114.96 

4011 Ronald C. Hunt - 114.96 

4012 James McCullough 134.12 

4013 Royakito Miyasaki 76.64 

4014 Orlandus M. Northington 95.80 

4015 William E. Paxton 95.80 

4016 LannySlusher - 268.24 

4017 Richard C.Streett 229.92 

4018 John T.Young .— - --- 172.44 

Total paid substitute messengers 6,740.49 

Salaries for 6 months ..-. 400,104.76 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations 406,845.25 

COMMITTEE EMPLOYEES 
Salaries for 6 months — - 3,830,127.78 

MINORITY EMPLOYEES 

Salaries for 6 months.. - - _. 102,860.28 

HOUSE DEMOCRATIC STEERING COMMITTEE 

July 6 28 John E. Barriere, reimbursement for expenses incurred as a clerk of the committee, 

April-June 1972 - — - 56 - 57 

29 Iris W. Vaughn, reimbursement for expenses incurred as a secretary of the committee 

April-June 1972 - - .IMS 

65 IBM Corp., rental for MCSelectric typewriter, June 1972 — - 17 5-°° 

7 149 District Delivery Service, 3-month subscription to the N.Y. Times, July-September 1972 21.50 

28 594 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, March-May 1972 j[12 

Aug. 10 1014 International Press Clipping Bureau, Inc., services rendered, June30, 1972 , ," 9,9 

Nov. 7 3420 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, June 1972.. __ 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 1. u92 - 07 

Aug. 1 827 American Political Research Corp., 1-year subscription to American Political Report, 

July 5, 1972-73 - - — - 85 - 00 

IBM Corp., equipment rental: .,.. nn 

Sept. 7 1682 July 1972 - -- }£?° 

Oct. 16 2857 Augustl972 - - 17b -°° 



185 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

HOUSE DEMOCRATIC STEERING COMMITTEE— Continued 
1972 
Oct. 20 2975 John E. Barriere.reimbursementfor expensesincurredforthecommittee, July-September 

1972 $50.20 

2976 Iris W. Vaughn, reimbursement for expenses incurred for the committee, July-September 

1972 27.20 

25 3056 IBM Corp., rental for MC Selectric typewriter, September 1972... 175.00 

3057 National News Agency, for subscriptions and delivery of newspapers, Sept. 30, 1972 19. 45 

3058 News & Observer Publishing Co., subscription to Raleigh News & Observer, Sept. 15-Nov. 

15,1972 _ _ __ 6.10 

Nov. 7 3421 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, July-August 1972 38.10 

28 3829 Congressional Quarterly Service, 1-year subscription 144.00 

3830 National Journal, single issue of National Journal, vol. 4, no. 41, Nov. 18, 1972 4. 00 

National News Agency, for subscriptions and deliveries: 

3831 October 1972. .__ 38.90 

Dec. 26 4554 Through Nov. 15, 1972.. 25.95 

IBM Corp., equipment rental : 

27 4601 Oct. 25-Nov. 30, 1972 277.50 

4602 October 1972 __ _ 175.00 

Salaries for 6 months 26,503.08 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations... _ 27,919.48 

HOUSE REPUBLICAN CONFERENCE 

July 5 19 SAGE Publications, Inc., 1-year subscription to Poverty & Human Resources, March 1972- 

73 25.00 

Sidney Kramer Books, 1 copy of In Defense of Industrial Concentration, June 19, 1972 10. 45 

Columbia University Press, invoice for 4 books, May 24, 1972 32. 75 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, May 1972 136. 41 

19 323 Martha Phillips, reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., 

to New York City, N.Y.June 28-29, 1972 122.00 

324 John J. Rhodes, M.C., reimburse, nent for stationery account . 42.51 

329 Xerox Corp., invoice dated May 1972 _ 289. 11 

Reimbursement for stationery account: 

20 384 John B.Anderson, M.C 270.49 

Barber B. Conable, Jr., M.C 54.66 

26 459 John J. Rhodes, M.C 21.89 

Aug. 9 1003 Xerox Corp., meter usage, June 1972 _ 255.00 

Sage Publications, Inc., 1 copy of Journal of Contemporary History, June 30, 1972 16. 00 

1004 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, June 1972 265. 01 

House of Representatives Restaurant, coffees for official business.. _ 132.66 

Chronicle of Higher Education, publication 20. 00 

1005 Sage Publications, Inc., 4 books... 19.40 

Sidney Kramer Books, 2 books... 29.00 

Center for Political Research, 1 book 6.00 

Journal of Politics, 1-year subscription to Journal of Politics 8. 00 

Brookings Institution, 1 book _ 3. 13 

10 1006 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service 19.20 

Sage Publications, Inc., 1-year subscription to Urban Affairs Quarterly, May 1972-73 15.00 

Real Estate Review, 1-year subscription _ 24.00 

Municipal Finance Officers Assn., 1 copy of Municipal Finance . 75 

1015 Federal Steno Service, stenographic reporting _. 225. 00 

Nov. 7 3422 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, June 1972 7.15 

9 3525 Brookings Institution, 2 books, May 15, 1972 15.15 

Congressional Digest, single copies of June and July 1971 issues 1.50 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations _ — 2,067.22 



Aug. 1 828 Winston Gresov, reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., 

to New York City, N.Y.July 20, 1972 , 73.00 

9 1002 Human Events, 1-year subscription... - 15.00 

Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., 1 copy of Major Labor Law Principles 10.00 

Saturday Review, subscription for 34 issues 3.97 

McGraw-Hill Publications Co., 2 books 10.00 

Brookings Institution, subscription to Brookings Research Report Series, and 2 books of 

reports _ 14.70 

Congressional Quarterly, Inc., publication, Washington Lobby 4.95 

Sept. 5 1625 Minority Room, miscellaneous printing services 565.45 

McGraw-Hill Publications Co., 1 book, How Modern Is American Industry?.. 5.00 

Journal of Taxation, 1-year subscription, June 1972-73 - 36.00 

World Magazine, subscription to June 1972 12.00 

Sidney Kramer Books, 1 book, Inside the Money Market -- 15.50 

7 1683 Pierre Rinfret, out-of-pocket expenses in connection with official business, Aug. 16, 1972. 88. 00 
12 1731 Michael D. Hathaway, reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, 

D.C.toNew York City, N.Y., Aug. 7, 1972 87.00 

1732 Xerox Corp., services rendered, Aug. 7, 1972 440.72 

26 2128 Carol Stitt, reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to 

New York City, N.Y., Sept. 8, 1972 — 87.00 

2204 J. Richard Knop, reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., 

to San Francisco, Calif., Aug. 9-16,1972 - 625.00 



186 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

HOUSE REPUBLICAN CONFERENCE— Continued 
1972 
Sept. 27 2240 Reimburse stationery account: 

John B. Anderson, M.C _ $516.07 

Barber B. Conable, Jr., M.C 109.46 

John J. Rhodes, M.C _ 31.52 

2241 A. B. Dick Co., supplies 27.00 

International Institute for Strategic Studies, publication, Strategic Survey 1971 2. 00 

Sidney Kramer Books, 2 books 15.45 

Xerox Corp., services rendered, July 28 and Aug. 14, 1972 I 170.25 

2242 Sidney Kramer Books, 2 books _ ._ 9.60 

District Delivery Service, 3-month subscription, October-December 1972. 113. 50 

Datatel, Inc., computer rental... _ 82.55 

House of Representatives Restaurant, 2 coffees for official business, August 1972 81. 84 

Broadcasting, 1-year subscription _ • 20.00 

Oct. 25 3097 Xerox Corp., services rendered August 1972 632.44 

Nov. 1 3336 Michael Hathaway, reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, 

D.C., to Houston, Tex., Oct. 17-19, 1972 291.00 

9 3520 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, August 1972 . 200.16 

A. B. Dick Co., stencils 108.00 

Congressional Quarterly Service, 1-year subscription, October 1972-73 144.00 

Sidney Kramer Books, 1 copy of New Federalism 6.45 

Harper's Magazine, 1-year subscription.. 8. 50 

3521 Minority Room, miscellaneous printing services 567.60 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service 13. 10 

3522 Western Union, official telegram service, August 1972. 5.45 

Tax Foundation, Inc., Proceedings 23d Tax Conference, Aug. 28, 1972 5. 00 

Urban Institute, 1 book 3. 26 

Bostitch, electric stapler _ _ _ 40.36 

W. W. Norton & Co., Inc, 1 copy of Megastates of America 10.00 

3523 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, July 1972 214. 32 

Sidney Kramer Books, 1 copy of Economic Accounts and Their Uses _. 14.05 

Life, 23 issues special subscription 3. 87 

Public Opinion Quarterly 8.50 

Harvard Law Review, vol. 86 _ 12.50 

3524 District Delivery Service, subscription, October-December 1972 43.00 

Engineer News Record, 36-month subscription. . . 20.00 

BARRON'S, 13-week subscription 5.25 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service _ 24. 32 

15 3654 John J. Rhodes, M.C, reimbursement stationery account.. 8.98 

Salaries for 6 months _ __ 20,503.08 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations. 26,165.72 

MAJORITY LEADER 
Hale Boggs, M.C: 

Official expenses for the months of— 

Aug. 1 811A July 1972 . . 250.00 

31 1402 August 1972 250.00 

Oct. 3 2484 September 1972 _ 250.00 

Salaries for 6 months 65,235.23 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations __ 65,985.23 

MINORITY LEADER 
Gerald R. Ford, M.C: 

Official expenses for the months of— 

July 6 26 June 1972 _ 250.00 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 250.00 

31 650 July 1972 . . -- 250.00 

Aug. 31 1403 August 1972 250.00 

Sept. 15 1909 Bertha Meyer, payment of unpaid compensation due to the death of Frank Meyer 2,500.00 

Official expenses for the months of — 

29 2263 September 1972 250.00 

Nov. 13 3553 October 1972 - 250.00 

Dec. 4 4028 November 1972 250.00 

20 4465 December 1972... 250.00 

Salaries for 6 months 42,378.48 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations... - 46,378.48 

OFFICE OF THE MAJORITY WHIP 

Salaries for 6 months 54, 004. 48 

OFFICE OF THE MINORITY WHIP 

Salaries for 6 months... 39,437.80 



187 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 



Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 



MAJORITY AND MINORITY PRINTING CLERKS 

Salaries for 6 months.. -- $12,224.64 

OFFICIAL REPORTERS OF DEBATES 

Salaries for 6 months - 207,717.66 

OFFICIAL REPORTERS TO COMMITTEES 
Salaries for 6 months -- 251, 185.32 

COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS 

1972 
July 6 27 Cornelius R Anderson, 28 ^ days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 
2 round trips, from Washington, D.C., to New York City, N.Y.; Munich, Frankfurt, and 
Wiesbaden, Germany; Brussels, Belgium; and London, England, Apr. 26-May 19, 1972; 
and Miami, Fla., June 8-13, 1972: also local ground transportation, March-June 1972 1,199.05 

31 Xerox Corp., meter usage, May 1972 100.83 

32 Do 64.69 

57 Avis reimbursement for car furnished staff member for travel on official business, May 

20-26,1972 154.57 

58 Federal Bureau of Investigation, credit adjustment, April billing, and reimbursement for 

personnel services, May 1972_ - 87,914.65 

General Services Administration: 

59 Auto rentals for official business, Jan. 20-Mar. 6, 1972 162.68 

60 Miscellaneous stationery items, Apr. 3, 1972 1.90 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

61 National Bureau ot Standards, Apr. 2-29, 1972 2,516.00 

62 Naval Audit Service, May 1972 1,624.72 

7 141 Harold N. Brown, reimbursement for official local travel, May 30-June 16, 1972.. _ 33.60 

Reimbursement for cars furnished staff members for travel on official business: 
General Services Administration— 
12 210 Mar. 22-24, 1972 57.21 

211 Mar. 7-17, 1972 111-24 

212 Hertz Corp., June 11-12, 1972 -— 24.32 

U S General Accounting Office, reimbursement for personnel services: 

213 ' Jan. 3-14 and Feb. 11-23,1972 1,820.20 

214 Feb. 18-Mar. 31, 1972 773.75 

251 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, May 1972 55. 61 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

26 450 Agency for International Development, Jan. 9-Apr. 15, 1972. 7,678.32 

451 Defense Contract Audit Agency, May 1-27, 1972 2,513.25 

453 Federal Bureau of Investigation, June 1972.. 78,069.53 

General Services Administration: 

Reimbursement for cars furnished staff members for travel on official business— 

454 Apr. 9-21,1972 - 138.03 

455 Nov. 11-12, 1971 and Jan. 18-19, 1972 68.28 

456 Reimbursement for personnel services, Apr. 30-May 19, 1972 1,647.03 

457 National Car Rental System, Inc., reimbursement for car furnished staff member for 

travel on official business, May 14-19, 1972 ----- l?^o? 

458 Department of Agriculture, reimbursement for personnel services, May 1-27, 1972 2, 135.84 

27 523 Cornelius R. Anderson, l\i days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on 

travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Norfolk, Va., June 28-30, 1972 88.25 

548 Xerox Corp., meter usage, June 1972 - 6 5'r 

549 Do .- - - 102. 61 

Aug 1 821 Avis Rent-A-Car, reimbursement for car furnished staff member for travel on official 

business, June 20-21, 1972 . 23.68 

822 Brookings Institution, 3 publications entitled, Setting National Priorities, The 1973 Budget, 

May 5, 1972 Jg.50 

823 General Services Administration, miscellaneous stationery items, May 16, 1972.. , 12 - 63 , 

824 National Airlines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, June 8, 1972 18b. 00 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

825 National Bureau of Standards, Apr. 30-May 27, 1972 2,2 ,?S 

10 1008 Central Intelligence Agency, Mar. 7-June 16, 1972 . 4,113.43 

General Services Administration, auto rentals for official business: 

1009 May 15-June 2, 1972.. 232.86 

1010 Apr. 9-19, 1972 -.----- 165.62 

1011 National Aeronautics & Space Administration, reimbursement for personnel services, 

June 19-30,1972 .... 1,3 5H2 

1041 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, June 1972 4A 14 

29 1355 National Airlines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, June 29, 1972 54.00 

30 1394 Agency for International Development, reimbursement for personnel services, Apr. 16- 

May 31,1972 -- 3,326.55 

General Services Administration, reimbursement for cars furnished staff members for 

travel on official business: „ 

1395 June 11-14, 1972 41-26 

1396 Sept. 15, 1971-Apr. 25, 1972 -- 195.78 

Reimbursement for personnel services: ... .. 

1397 Naval Audit Service, June 1972 1,586.48 

88-914 — 73 13 



188 

SAURIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS— Continued 

Reimbursement for personnel services— Continued 
1972 Agency tor International Development- 
Sept. 7 1674 Dec. 22, 1971-Jan. 25, 1972 $3,684.17 

1675 Nov. 13-Dec. 2, 1971 and Jan. 6-Apr. 4, 1972 10,975.25 

1676 Federal Bureau of Investigation, June 1972 26.61 

1680 Department of Agriculture, May 28-June 30, 1972 2,932.31 

1681 General Accounting Office, May 15-June 16, 1972 458.75 

11 1720 Department of the Interior, Feb. 21-June 30, 1972 4,451.96 

Naval Audit Service — 

12 1729 May 15-26, 1972 414.02 

1730 June4-16, 1972 444.79 

26 2154 Army Audit Agency, Apr. 3-18, 1972... 306.77 

2157 General Accounting Office, April-June, 1972 4,733.84 

Oct. 25 3055 National Bureau of Standards, May 30-31, 1972 295.00 

Nov. 16 3710 Naval Audit Service, May 10-June 30, 1972 1,429.72 

Dec. 26 4543 General Services Administration, reimbursement for cars furnished staff members for 

travel on official business, June 4-16, 1972 319.69 

Refunds and adjustments (1,356.70) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations - 231,918. 15 

Aug. 10 1007 Brookings Institution, purchase of 2 books, Public Policy of General Aviation, and Local 

Service Airline, July 24, 1972. 15.90 

1032 Xerox Corp., equipment servicing and supplies, July 31, 1972 12.90 

11 1107 Leroy R. Kirkpatrick, 9J4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 

round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Denver, Colo.; Dallas and San Antonio, Tex., 

July 23-Aug. 1, 1972 and local ground transportation for July 1972 349. 75 

18 1239 Willie C. Law, 10J^ days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round 
trip, from Washington, D.C., to San Francisco, Oakland, and Los Angeles, Calif., 

July 23-Aug. 2, 1972, and local ground transportation for July-August 1972. 396.50 

29 1373 Xerox Corp., meter usage; July 1972 _ 58.20 

1374 Do. 58.20 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 
Sept. 7 1677 Federal Bureau of Investigation, July 1972 72.000.10 

1678 Department of the Interior, July 1-10, 1972 283. 12 

1679 Pacific Southwest Airlines, official travel for Members and staff, July 29, 1972 16. 50 

12 1728 Willie C. Law, advance of travel funds for trip to the Far East on official business, 

Aug. 30, 1972 750.00 

1764 United Air Lines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, July 19, 1972 364. OP 

22 2108 Xerox Corp., meter usage, August 1972 69.03 

2109 Do 77.58 

26 2148 Federal Bureau of Investigation, reimbursement for personnel services, August 1972 74,953.25 

2149 General Services Administration, miscellaneous stationery items, July 17, 1972 15.60 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

2150 Army Audit Agency, July 17-31, 1972 758.12 

2151 National Aeronautics & Space Administration, July 1-Aug. 19, 1972 __ 4,728.34 

Naval Audit Service— 

2152 July 1972 1,528.80 

2153 August 1972 1,674.40 

2155 Department of Agriculture, July 1-Aug. 5, 1972 2, 669.80 

Oct. 3 2490 AmericanAirlines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, July 19, 1972 __ 433.00 

2498 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, July 1972 95. 26 

6 2633 Paul M. Wilson, reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Salisbury, 

Md., to Washington, D.C., Sept. 5-28, 1972. 641.48 

16 2800 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, August 1972 92.06 

17 2885 General Services Administration, reimbursement for car furnished staff member for travel 

on official business, July 23-30, 1972 90.77 

2886 Headquarters, U.S. Army Audit Agency, reimbursement for personnel services, August 

1972 1,603.52 

2887 Hertz Corp., reimbursement for car furnished staff member for travel on official business, 

Sept. 20-22, 1972 40.06 

25 3086 Xerox Corp., meter usage, September 1972 92.89 

Nov. 1 3335 Cornelius R.Anderson, reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, 
D.C., to Los Angeles and San Francisco, Calif.; Honolulu, Hawaii; Taipei, Taiwan; and 
Hong Kong, Sept. 22-Oct. 23, 1972, and local ground transportation, July-September 
1972 1,388.25 

7 3419 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, September 1972 89.54 

3491 Xerox Corp., meter usage, September 1972 58. 20 

3497 Western Union Telegraph Co., official telegram service, Aug. 16, 1972 7. 77 

13 3554 Willie C. Law, 34'/£ days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round 

trip, from Washington, D.C., to Los Angeles, Calif.; Honolulu, Hawaii; Tokyo, Japan; 

Naha, Okinawa; Hong Kong; and Manila, Philippines, Sept. 21-Oct. 26, 1972, and local 

ground transportation, September-October 1972 — 

Local travel expenses.. $1,441. 10 

Less advance travel funds 750.00 

691. 10 



189 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS— Continued 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 
1972 Air Force Audit Agency— 
Nov. 15 3640 September 1972 $1,779.44 

3641 Aug. 1-17, 1972 _ 1, 105.50 

3642 July 10-31,1972 _ 1,362.19 

3643 Federal Bureau of Investigation, September 1972_ _ 83,031.86 

3644 General Binding Corp., Sure-Lox plastic bindings, Sept. 21, 1972 _ 40.58 

General Services Administration: 

3645 Reimbursement for cars furnished staff members for travel on official business, 

July 9-25, 1972 231.92 

Miscellaneous stationery items— 

3646 Aug. 23,1972 8.50 

3647 September 1972 22.49 

3648 Headquarters, U.S. Army Audit Agency, reimbursement for personnel services, September 

1972 1.447.32 

3649 Hertz Corp., reimbursement for car furnished staff member for travel on official business, 

Oct. 16-18, 1972 : 37.51 

3650 McGraw-Hill Publications Co., 36-month subscription to Aviation Week 45.00 

Pan American World Airways, Inc., official travel for Members and staff: 

3651 Sept. 22-Oct. 23, 1972 2,076.98 

3652 Sept. 21-Oct. 26, 1972 2,076.98 

3653 Naval Audit Service, reimbursement for personnel services, July 1-8, 1972 298.10 

28 3822 Brookings Institution, 1 copy of Making Federalism Work, Oct. 31, 1972 2.95 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

3823 Federal Bureau of Investigation, October 1972 87, 275. 92 

3824 National Aeronautics & Space Administration, Aug. 6-Sept. 25, 1972 4,261.60 

3825 National Journal, 2 binders. Nov. 6, 1972 12.00 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

Naval Audit Service — 

3826 September 1972 - - 1,528.80 

3827 July 16-26, 1972 647.44 

3823 Department of Agriculture, Aug. 6-Sept. 30, 1972 4,271.68 

Dec. 4 4029 Naval Audit Service, October 1972. _ 1,601.60 

4053 Xerox Corp., equipment rental, October 1972 153. 68 

4054 Do 81.39 

19 4390 Leroy R. Kirkpatrick, 5M days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 

round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Miami, Fla.; San Juan, P.R.; and St. Croix, V.I., 

Dec. 3-8, 1972; and local ground transportation, August-December 1972 299. 00 

26 4541 Air Force Audit Agency, reimbursement for personnel services, Sept. 25-Oct. 31, 1972 1, 977. 07 

General Services Administration: 

Reimbursement for cars furnished staff members for travel on official business— W> 

4542 July28-Aug.3, 1972.... ___ 157.67 

4544 July 31-Sept. 28, 1972.. 274. 71 

4545 Aug. 16-Oct. 20, 1972.... _ 158. 11 

4546 Miscellaneous stationery items, Oct. 11, 1972 __ 20. 16 

4547 Headquarters, U.S. Army Audit Agency, reimbursement for personnel services, October 

1972 1,533.45 

Hertz Rent-A-Car, reimbursement for cars furnished staff members for travel on official 
business: 

4548 Nov. 16-17, 1972 21.62 

4549 Nov. 5-10, 1972 _ 65.37 

Salaries for 6 months 71,451.32 

Refunds and adjustments. (45.00) 



Total paid from 1973 appropriations 435,418.90 

OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL 

July 6 63 Environmental Law Institute, subscription to Environmental Law Reporter, invoice dated 

June 20, 1972.. 100.00 

27 550 Xerox Corp., meter usage, June 1972 936.41 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service: 

May 1972. 28.85 

June 1972 _ 10.90 

Office Supply Service, miscellaneous stationery items, June 1972 403.96 

H.W. Wilson Co., 1-year subscription to Index to Legal Periodicals, July 1972-73 35.00 

Washington Post, 1-year subscription, May 19, 1972-73 31. 20 

Xerox Corp., meter usage, April 1972 _ 838.32 

Refunds and adjustments... (71.83) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations... 2, 312. 81 

William S. Wilson, reimbursement to petty cash fund, July 25, 1972 100.00 

West Publishing Co., miscellaneous publications, July 14, 1972 143. 00 

Office Supply Service, miscellaneous stationery items, July 1972 67. 95 

Lerner Law Book Co., Inc., 1 copy of Administrative Law, Aug. 9, 1972 16.50 

Xerox Corp., meter usage, July 1972 740.56 

Harvard Law Review, 1 copy of vol. 86, Sept. 5, 1972 12.50 

Office Supply Service, miscellaneous stationery items, August 1972 30.30 

Government Printing Office, 22 copies U.S. Government Organization Manual , Sept. 13, 1972. 66. 00 





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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1972— Continued 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL— Continued 
1972 
Oct. 3 2546 Xerox Corp., meter usage, August 1972 $791.74 

17 2888 Harvard University. 1-year subscription to Harvard Journal on Legislation, vol. 10, Sept. 15, 

1972-73 7.50 

2889 Yale Review of Law & Social Action, Inc., 1 copy of The Cable Fable, vol. 2, No. 3, Sept. 5, 

1972 4.00 

18 2952 Robert F. Weinhagen, reimbursement for official expenses during recruitingtrip to Universi- 

ties of Minnesota and Iowa, Oct. 10-14, 1972. . 72. 10 

25 3087 Xerox Corp., meter usage, September 1972 956.63 

31 3201 David E. Meade, reimbursement for official expenses during recruiting trip to Universities 

of Illinois and Washington, Mo., Oct.. 21-25, 1972 97. 21 

3202 Roger D. Young, reimbursement for official expenses during recruiting trip to Universities 

of Chicago, Wisconsin, and Northwestern, Oct. 15-21, 1972 215. 82 

Nov. 7 3470 Office Supply Service, miscellaneous stationery items, September 1972 47.98 

13 3555 Ward M. Hussey, reimbursement for official expenses during recruiting trip to Universities 

of Texas and Colorado, Oct. 31-Nov. 7, 1972 173.98 

3556 Lawrence E. Filson, reimbursement for official expenses during recruiting trip to Univer- 
sities of Michigan, Notre Dame, and Indiana, Oct. 29-Nov. 4, 1972.. 264.39 

Dec. 7 4204 Xerox Corp., meterusage, October 1972 915.72 

26 4550 Commerce Clearing House, Inc., Code & Regulations 1973, and 2 sets of Congressional 

Index 1973 404.00 

4551 Environmental Law Reporter, vol. 3, 1-year subscription, January 1972-73 75.00 

4552 Shepard's Citations, Shepard's Acts and Cases by Popular Names, 1972 supplement, 

Dec. 11,1972 8.00 

4553 University of Colorado Law Review, vol. 44, August 1972 3.78 

27 4611 Northwest Airlines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, Dec. 8,1972... 84.00 

Office Supply Service, miscellaneous stationery items: 

4615 November 1972.. ._ 19.50 

4616 October 1972.. 56.88 

4636 West Publishing Co., miscellaneous publications, Dec. 3, 1972 90.00 

Salaries for 6 months 325,137.01 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations 330,602.05 

ATTENDING PHYSICIAN— TECHNICAL ASSISTANT 

Salaries for 6 months 10, 986. 30 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS, SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 240,662.73 

lotal paid from 1973 appropriations 11,757,410.58 

Total 11,998,073.31 



191 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. CLERK HIRE, MEMBERS, RESIDENT COMMISSIONER, AND DELEGATES Amount 

Refunds and adjustments... ($664.00) 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations (664.00) 

1972 For payment of unpaid compensation: 

July 7 193 Kenneth W. Davidson, due to the death of Gregory R. Davidson. _._ 485.76 

194 Rosalie D. Raibourn.dueto the death of Delmar Dee Raibourn 87. 50 

Nov. 17 3760 WalterD. Goodrich, Jr., duetothedeathof Glenda M. Goodrich 111.10 

Salaries for 6 months 374.83 

Refunds and adjustments (477.46) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 581.73 

For payment of unpaid compensation: 

Aug. 31 1421 Ann Favia, due to the death of Joseph A. Favia 260.04 

Sept. 29 2280 Joan Y. Daniels, due to the death of John Cope, Jr 386.83 

2281 Arizona Middleton, due to the death of Ben Middleton 185. 00 

Oct. 19 2960 James D. Lumpkin, due to the death of Jane T. Lumpkin 819.40 

Nov. 10 3529 Mai Belle Frith, due to the death of Ollie T. Frith 405.72 

3530 Elizabeth G. Ennis, due to the death of John F. Griffin 525.00 

17 3759 Frances Delap, due to the death of George T. Delap 63.36 

Dec. 7 4191 Alma J. Loughran, due to the death of Joseph J. Loughran 142.68 

Salaries for 6 months 30,906,657.60 

Refunds and adjustments (6,683.08) 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations 30,902,762.55 

ATTENDING PHYSICIAN 

1972 

July 7 146 Robert F. Moran, reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for office of 

Attending Physician, June 1972 $98.97 

28 648 District Wholesale Drug Corp 770.57 

Inhalation Equipment Co, Inc 11.89 

Fuller & d'Albert, lnc 96.00 

Parke Davis 261.37 

Scientific Products 972.80 

Skill Surgical 231.30 

Aug. 16 1196 Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center 6,303.18 

1201 A. J. Buck &Son, Inc 92.90 

Air Products & Chemicals, Inc 31.79 

J. A. Preston Corp 539. 19 

Pfizer Diagnostics Div 110. 50 

S&W X-ray Chemical Service, Inc 21.00 

Scientific Products 108.60 

28 1279 Cenco 21.67 

Grune &Stratton, Inc 25. 59 

MedCom, Inc 13.95 

Merck & Co 95.28 

Medical Economics, Inc 120.00 

Scientific Products 68. 50 

Sept.26 2194 Parke-Davis 50. 58 

Nov. 10 3546 Air Products & Chemicals 9.90 

Canalco 138.00 

Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center 289. 51 

Drug Topic Red Book . 30.00 

American Journal of Medicine 18.00 

Williams & WilkinsCo. 27.00 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 10, 558. 04 

July 31 651 Freeman H. Cary, M.D., allowance as senior assistant to the Attending Physician, as au- 
thorized, July 31, 1972 600.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, July 31, 1972: 

652 Richard E.Collins II, M.D. 141.90 

653 James A. Gary 200.00 

654 Millard J. Gomez 200.00 

655 Richard L. Mallea 200.00 

656 R. J. Pearson, M.D., allowance as Attending Physician, as authorized, July 31, 1972 1, 000. 00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician as authorized, July 31 1972: 

657 Larry V. Staker, M.D 200.00 

658 William F. Wroda 200.00 

Aug. 15 1152 Virgil E. Dunn, reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip to attend 44th 

Annual Meeting of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, from Washington, 

D.C., to Denver, Colo., July 15-21, 1972 502.00 

1153 Robert F. Moran, reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for office of 

Attending Physician, July 1972... 71.00 

28 1277 Arcum Pharmaceutical Corp 45.62 

Ciba Pharmaceutical Co... 60.94 

Parke-Davis & Co 11.40 

Roche Laboratories 220.56 

S & W X-ray Chemical Service, Inc 51.90 

Wyeth Laboratories... 156.45 



192 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. ATTENDING PHYSICIAN Amount 

1972 

Aug. 28 1278 Abbott Laboratories . $122.16 

A. J. Buck & Son, Inc 57 05 

Eli Lilly & Co " 572.48 

Geigy____ 112.70 

Smith, Kline & French Laboratories 540.12 

Puritan-Bennett Corp 61.50 

31 1404 Freeman H.Cary, M.D., allowance as senior assistant to Attending Physician, as authorized, 

Aug. 31, 1972. 600.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Aug. 31, 1972: 

1405 Richard E. Collins II, M.D 200.00 

1406 James A. Gary 200.00 

1407 Millard J. Gomez.. 200.00 

1408 Richard L. Mallea 200.00 

1409 R. J. Pearson, M.D., allowance as Attending Physician, as authorized, Aug. 31, 1972 1, 000. 00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Aug. 31, 1972: 

1410 Larry V. Staker, M.D 200.00 

1411 William F. Wroda 200.00 

Sept. 22 2103 Robert F. Moran, reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for office of 

Attending Physician Aug. 2-Sept. 14, 1972 97. 42 

28 2260 A. J. Buck & Son, Inc 60.55 

Ayerst Laboratories _ 193.79 

Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center 2,232.04 

District Wholesale Drug Corp 211.50 

Parke-Davis 1,162.60 

Scientific Products .. 205.28 

2261 A. H. Robins _ 67.42 

Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. 3.72 

Angelica Uniform Co 96.74 

Warren E. Collins, Inc 63.72 

J. A. Preston Corp 167.07 

Year Book Medical Publishers 62.70 

29 2264 Freeman H. Cary, M.D., allowance as senior assistant to Attending Physician, as author- 

ized, Sept. 30, 1972 600.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Sept. 30, 1972: 

2265 Richard E. Collins II, M.D 200.00 

2266 James A. Gary 200.00 

2267 Millard J. Gomez _ 200.00 

2268 Richard L. Mallea. _ 200.00 

2269 R. J. Pearson, M.D., allowance as Attending Physician, as authorized, Sept. 30,1972 1,000.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Sept. 30, 1972: 

2270 Larry V. Staker, M.D 200.0G 

2271 William F. Wroda 200.00 

Oct. 24 3045 Robert F. Moran, reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for office of 

Attending Physician, Sept. 14-Oct. 17, 1972 90.72 

26 3152 A. J. Buck & Son, Inc 104.20 

Arcum_.__ 160.00 

Bristol Laboratories. 180. 52 

Polaroid Corp 129.36 

S & W X-ray Chemical Service, Inc 54. 50 

Yearbook Medical Publishers 62.70 

3153 Ciba _._ 191.03 

Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center 1,715.91 

E. N. Rowell Co., Inc 216.00 

National Directories, Inc 45.50 

Scientific Products... ._ 1,110.27 

U.S. V. Pharmaceutical Corp 360.40 

3154 District Wholesale Drug Corp 331.72 

Hewlett Packard 184.80 

Mead Johnson Laboratories _ 153.77 

ScheringCorp 1,171.30 

Upjohn Co 68.70 

Yearbook Medical Publishers 30.05 

31 3169 Freeman H. Cary, M.D., allowance as senior assistant to Attending Physician, as authorized, 

Oct. 31, 1972 600.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Oct. 31, 1972: 

3170 Richard E. Collins II, M.D 200.00 

3171 James A. Gary 200.00 

3172 Millard J. Gomez _ 200.00 

3173 Richard L. Mallea 200.00 

3174 R. J. Pearson, M.D., allowance as Attending Physician, as authorized, Oct. 31, 1972 1, CC0. 00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Oct. 31, 1972: 

3175 Larry V. Staker, M.D 200.00 

3176 William F. Wroda.... 200.00 

Nov. 13 3618 Robert F. Moran, reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for office of 

Attending Physician, Sept. 15-Nov. 6, 1972 69.77 

30 3896 Freeman H. Cary, M.D., allowance as senior assistant to Attending Physician, as author- 

ized, Nov. 30, 1972 600.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Nov. 30, 1972: 

3897 Richard E.Collins II, M.D 200.00 

3898 James A. Gary 200.00 

3899 Millard J. Gomez 200.00 

3900 Richard L. Mallea 200.00 



193 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. ATTENDING PHYSICIAN Amount 

1972 

Nov. 30 3901 R. J. Pearson, M.D., allowance as Attending Physician, as authorized, Nov. 30, 1972 $1, 000. 00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Nov. 30, 1972: 

3902 Larry V. Staker, M.D 200.00 

3903 William F. Wroda 200.00 

Dec. 6 4132 A. J. Buck & Son, Inc 6.45 

Air Products & Chemicals 5.40 

American Diabetes Association, Inc 5. 75 

Burroughs Wellcome & Co 163.62 

Picker Corp 16.00 

S &W X-ray Chemical Co... 21.00 

11 4248 Ayerst Laboratories 249.78 

Bristol Laboratories 95.84 

BurdickCorp.... — . 63.00 

Cooper Laboratories, Inc 205.80 

Johnson & Johnson.. - 435.09 

Roche Laboratories 150.98 

12 4283 Robert F. Moran, reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for office of 

Attending Physician, Nov. 1-28, 1972 — . 50. 43 

Freeman H. Cary, M.D: 
4304 Reimbursement for expenses incurred on official trip to attend annual meetings of 

Southern Medical Association, and American Heart Association, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to New Orleans, La., and Dallas, Tex., Nov. 12-19, 1972 489. 00 

20 4466 Allowance as senior assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized Dec. 31, 1972.. 600.00 
Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized Dec. 31, 1972r 

4467 Richard E.Collins II, M.D 200.00 

4468 James A. Gary 200.00 

4469 Millard J. Gomez 200.00 

4470 Richard L. MaHea 200.00 

4471 R.J. Pearson, M.D., allowance as Attending Physician, as authorized Dec. 31, 1972 1,000.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized Dec. 31, 1972: 

4472 Larry V. Staker, M.D 200.00 

4473 William F. Wroda 200.00 

27 4652 Air Products & Chemicals 23.83 

Bialek's 83.50 

Bristol Laboratories 51.16 

3M Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co 102.24 

Penn Camera Exchange, Inc 225.00 

J. A. Preston Corp — - 260.70 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations.. 33,088.12 

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 

SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES 
1972 
Sept. 14 1860 U.S. Department of Labor, employees' compensation, reimbursement for total benefits 
and other payments made from employees' compensation fund during fiscal year on 
account of injury or death of employees or persons, sec. 209, Public Law 86-767, 

5 U.S.C. 8147 $44, 141.00 

Oct. 25 3072 Dictaphone Corp., for service, March and June 1971 136.58 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations.. 44,277.58 

July 6 30 Edward T. Kellaher, 1 day per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round 

trip, from Washington, D.C., to Cleveland, Ohio, June 12-13, 1972 66.50 

111 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, medical examinations, Office of the Door- 
keeper, Mar. 27-Apr. 12, 1972 120.00 

7 147 John W. McCormack, reimbursement for official office expenses incurred outside the 
District of Columbia, quarterly period ending June 30, 1972, pursuant to H. Res. 1238, 

91st Congress 300.00 

10 200 Baer-Slade Corp., custodial supplies. 22.50 

Lee Markey Equipment: 

Custodial supplies 408.37 

Heating unit 40.54 

Miles Glass Co., glass desk top 57.00 

12 240 Health, Education, and Welfare, medical examinations, Office of the Doorkeeper, May 5-9, 

1972... 60.00 

241 Humble, gas for official automobile, Office of the Clerk, June 1972 7.40 

246 John W. McCormack, reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of 

Columbia, quarter ending June 30, 1972, pursuant to H. Res 1238, 91st Congress 144.30 

19 341 Empire Laundry, Inc., laundry service furnished to the House of Representatives, as per 

contract, June 1972 4,553.80 

20 371 AmesSupply Co., May 1972 _ 135.88 

General Services Administration, May 1972.. -- 19.20 

IBM Corp., April 1972 - - 581.08 

WPPI, June 1972 483.54 

373 Press Association, Inc., special Washington city wire service, June 1972.. 132.00 

Washington Capital News Service, June 1972 220.00 



194 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 
1972 

July 20 373 Washington Post Co., bids for supplies, etc., June 24, 1972 $165.76 

Xerox Corp., meter reading and developer, May 1-June 5, 1972 ... 183.57 

417 Rentex Services, laundry, June 30, 1972 38.40 

26 461 Eastern District Court Reporters, stenographic reporting, June 16, 1972 40.00 

Ancorp National Services, Inc., newspapers furnished Speaker's Lobby: 

493 April 1972.. . 258.40 

494 May 1972 . 258.40 

495 June 1972 258.40 

Architect of the Capitol: 

496 Gasoline, House Post Office, May-June 1972... . 42.98 

497 Gasoline and oil, Office of the Clerk, May-June 1972 59.87 

508 Office Supply Service, for stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House 

of Representatives and others, June 1972 12,590.91 

27 545 Supreme Equipment & Systems Corp., file system 6,336.05 

28 580 Informatics, Inc., for services rendered pursuant to contract, July-September 1971, including 

credit dated July 12,1972 13,251.09 

581 Morison, Murphy, Abrams & Haddock, for legal services rendered, May 3-31, 1972 14,867.60 

582 PaulWohl,2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C.to New York City, N.Y., June 15-17,1972 95.30 

616 Majority Room, sanitation certification cards, June 19, 1972... 20.00 

622 WestPublishingCo.,382U.S.CodeAnnotatedConst.Amend.6-14(2vols.),June23,1972 . 3,056.00 

Aug. 1 862 American Airlines, official travel for Members and staff, May 31-June 3, 1972 388.00 

863 American Bank Stationery Co., services rendered, May 31-June 29, 1972 331.93 

864 Bell & Howell, film and processing, June 26, 1972 48.40 

4 924 Rentex Services Corp., linen service, May 1972 59.40 

11 1100 Shepard's Citations, 1-year subscription, April 1972-73 . . 50.00 

16 1189 Eastman Kodak Co., services rendered, June 6, 1972 403.32 

18 1258 Morison, Murphy, Abrams & Haddock, for legal services rendered and expenses incurred, 

June 1972 7,695.10 

28 1318 West Publishing Co., miscellaneous publications for official committee use, May 30, 1972.. 1, 133. 50 

Official travel for Members and staff: 

29 1340 American Airlines, June 15-17, 1972 68.00 

1370 United Air Lines, Inc., June 8-9, 1972 64.00 

Sept. 1 1608 Eastman Kodak Co., processing and loading of microfilm for official use, Apr. 26-June 6, 

19/2 .. 293.50 

13 1784 A. B. Dick Co., June 1972 ... 89.75 

AmesSupply Co., June 1972 .. 207.39 

IBM Corp., April 1972 . 1,195.36 

ITEL Corp., April 1972 . 554.23 

14 1862 Womack Industries, Inc., June 29, 1972 24.71 

18 1984 Eaton Corp., maintenance and guaranty protection per contract, Jan. 11, 1972 45.00 

Control Data Corp., partial payment under contract: 

Oct. 2 2435 June 1972 23,355.45 

2436 July 1972 . 23,355.45 

16 2787 Frank W.Winne& Son, Inc., cotton twine.. 126.10 

IBM Corp.: 

25 3076 Parts, May-June 1972 681.48 

Nov. 6 3396 Transportation charges for 49 Mag Card and 60 MTST automatic typewriters 2,533.88 

7 3464 3M Co., services rendered, Apr. 14,1972 .... 378.70 

19 4463 Xerox Corp., rental and metercharge, Dec. 29, 1971 175.00 

Refunds and adjustments (13.00) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 122, 119. 49 

July 21 433 W. Pat Jennings, reimbursement for official transportation expenses, July 8-15, 1972 509.72 

27 544 Lee D. Butler, Inc, repair arm rest, official automobile, Office of the Clerk, July 13,1972.. 3.50 

572 Best Printers of Capitol Hill, reproduce payroll, July 11, 1972 222.42 

Kenneth E. Finnegan, replace cam on the bookkeeping machine, July 18,1972 50.00 

Tensor Corp., repair light fixture, July 15, 1972. 2.00 

Xerox Corp., meter usage, June 5-28,1972.. 22.17 

574 T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc. supplies 683.59 

West Publishing Co., U.S.C.A. for Interior & Insular Affairs... 8.00 

Westvaco, supplies. ... 1, C10. 59 

Aug. 1 867 West Chemical Products, Inc., July 3, 1972 . ... 20.85 

868 Westvaco, supplies . 381.85 

2 884 T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., supplies... . . 917.73 

Do _ 140.38 

Chemistry Hall Laboratories, supplies 695.00 

Lawyers Cooperative Publishing Co., 1 vol. American Jurisprudence 22.50 

Selig Chemical Industries, cleaning supplies 159.28 

3 908 Capitol Lock & Hardware Co., Inc., new stop watches... 48.00 

W. T. Weaver & Sons, Inc., supplies .. 34.92 

Do 21.96 

10 1031 Oklahoma Publishing Co., 1-year subscription, August 1972-73 .. 64.00 

16 1173 T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., supplies . 434.50 

Do 626.53 

Dixie Plywood Co., supplies.. 18.00 

Monumental Paper Co., supplies 301.45 

E. H. Walker Supply Co., Inc., supplies 167.58 

U.S. Steel Supply Division, supplies 598.19 



195 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 
1972 

Aug. 16 1174 S. L. Cooper & Associates, Inc., hand uucks $315.00 

Lawyers Cooperative Publishing Co., vol. 57, American Jurisprudence 22.50 

Polaroid Corp., ID pouches 480.00 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., supplies 472.77 

1184 Harold Wills, 4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, 

from Washington, D.C.to Kansas City, Mo., July 24-29. 1972 157.00 

18 1257 Court Reporting Service, Inc., stenographic reporting, Aug 7, 1972 54.23 

1259 Paul Wohl, 3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Detroit, Mich., Aug. 5-8, 1972 , 131. 15 

28 1317 Hygienic Towel Service, linen rentals, July 1972 3,420.55 

29 1352 Humble, gasoline, Office of the Clerk, July 31, 1972 36.37 

30 1391 Bell & Howell, parts 1,248.45 

Columbia Bag Supply Co., corrugated boxes 534.00 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc.: 

Custodial supplies 240.07 

Supplies 240.07 

West Chemical Products, Inc., disinfectant 73.43 

Sept. 1 1605 Ancorp National Services, Inc., newspapers furnished Speaker's Lobby, July 1972 258.40 

Burroughs Corp.: 

1606 Ribbons, July 27, 1972 26.40 

1607 Paper supplies and ribbons, July 27, 1972 148. 20 

2 1619 T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., supplies 588.96 

Hermes Plastics, Inc., engraving supplies 115.23 

Westvaco, supplies 1,725.16 

1623 Best Printers of Capitol Hill, reproduction of payroll, Aug. 15, 1972 234.30 

Kenneth L. Finnegan, replace bearing in the figure five cam, Aug. 24, 1972 40.00 

Press Association, Inc., Washington city wire service, July 1972 145.20 

Rentex Services Corp., linen service, July 1972 62.40 

Washington Capital News Services, July 1972 220.00 

Womack Industries, Inc., exterminating services, July 1972 179.00 

6 1655 Eastman Kodak Co., processing and loading of microfilm August 1972 713.98 

1656 Office Supply Service, for stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House 

of Representatives and others, July 1972 5, 512.98 

11 1719 W. Raymond Colley, 4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, Aug. 

20-24, 1972__ 206.00 

12 1738 Capitol Hill Movers, use of truck to move furniture 486.00 

Hermes Plastics, Inc., supplies for engraving 33.86 

Lee Markey Equipment, paper cups 108.90 

13 1785 A. B.Dick Co., parts, August 1972 89.75 

American Supply Inc., parts and supplies, August 1972 233.90 

Ames Supply Co., parts, August 1972 206.85 

Cramer Electronics, Inc., supplies, August 1972 100.80 

ITEL Corp., parts, August 1972 184.36 

14 1814 General Services Administration, supplies 12.91 

Maatz Engineering, Inc., parts 100.25 

Proctor & Gamble Distributing Co., supplies 111.57 

VISI record, supplies 424.83 

1850 Hygienic Towel Service, miscellaneous linen, August 1972 4,034.86 

1903 American Bank Stationery Co., for services rendered, July 5-19, 1972 118. 56 

15 1916 Morison, Murphy, Abrams & Haddock, legal services and expenses, July 1972 2,224.70 

18 1925 Congressional Quarterly, Inc., set of binders, Aug. 9, 1972 15.00 

Kenneth L. Finnegan, repair mechanism on bookkeeping machine to print correctly, 

Aug. 31, 1972.. 15.00 

Womack Industries, Inc., disinfectant service, August 1972 179.00 

General Services Administration, health benefit brochures, Aug. 22,1972 36.80 

Press Association, Inc., Washington city wire service, August 1972 145. 20 

Washington Capital News Services, news service, August 1972 220.00 

1926 Humble, gasoline, Office of the Clerk, Aug. 29, 1972 26.46 

Senate Motors, Inc., repairs to the Clerk's truck, Aug. 22,1972 39.49 

1985 Times-Picayune Publication Corp., 1-year newspaper subscription for office of the Majority 

Leader 55.20 

Official travel for Members and staff: 

20 2045 National Airlines, Inc., Aug. 20-24,1972 166.00 

2051 Trans World Airlines, Inc., July 24-29, 1972.. 148.00 

22 2074 Advance Equipment Co., Inc., battery . 47.50 

T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., supplies 145.16 

Do 719.14 

Do . .......... 1,516.18 

Chemistry Hafl Laboratories, Inc., supplies 3,391.50 

2075 AmesSupply Co., parts, August 1972 246.65 

Gestetner Corp., supplies, August 1972 38.00 

W.P.P.I., parts, July-August 1972 1,438.79 

2107 American Bank Stationery Co., for services rendered, Sept. 30, 1972 47.96 

26 2124 Samuel L. Devine, M.C., reimbursement for official travelexpenses, Aug. 19-24,1972 350.00 

2146 Allied Packaging Corp., supplies 593.85 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., supplies 447.23 

Glass Distributors, Inc., mirrors 133. 10 

2197 Lee D. Butler, Inc., repairs to official automobile, Office of the Clerk, Sept. 14, 1972 27.10 



196 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 
1972 

Oct. 3 2482 Bell & Howell, supplies $39.45 

Lawyers Co-Operative Publishing Co., vol. 64, American Jurisprudence 22.50 

MBA Container Corp., supplies 1,004.64 

NCRSystemedia Div., forms . 390.46 

VISIrecord Systems, supplies 274.80 

2497 Architect of the Capitol, gasoline and oil, Office of the Clerk, July-August 1972 46. 32 

2545 West Publishing Co., 382 Copies of U.S. Code Annotated, Title 21, 2 vols., Aug. 24, 1972.. 3,056.00 

4 2568 Health, Education, & Welfare, examinations, July 1972 740.00 

6 2629 Edward T. Kellaher, reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, 

D.C.to York and Redlion, Pa., Sept. 18-19, 1972 64.30 

10 2643 S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., custodial supplies 79.69 

Do 240.07 

General Services Administration, custodial supplies 37.20 

D. N. Owens Conforms. 57.47 

Supreme Equipment & Systems Corp., legal size file boxes 25.24 

Frank W. Winne & Son, Inc., supplies 497.80 

2645 T. A. Cantwel! Paper Co., Inc., corrugated boxes 426.60 

D. E. Otley, supplies 2,914.00 

Do 620.90 

Frank W. Winne & Son, Inc., cotton twine 975.27 

11 2654 Photoduplication Service, laminating ID cards, Aug. 22, 1972. 1.50 

12 2698 Architect of the Capitol, gasoline and oil, House Post Office, July-August 1972 62.93 

16 2786 Hygienic Towel Service, miscellaneous linens, September 1972 _ 3,715.91 

2796 Edward T. Kellaher, 1 dav per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round 

trip, from Washington,'D.C, to Erie Pa.. Oct. 2-3, 1972 60. 60 

2872 Allegheny Airlines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, Oct. 2-3, 1972 76.00 

18 2947 Lee Markey Equipment, custodial supplies 136.03 

Moore Business Forms, Inc., W-2 forms 663.90 

NCR Systemedia Div.: 

Labels 118.11 

Forms. 666.90 

Frank W. Winne & Son, Inc., supplies 747.81 

24 3010 Best Printers of Capitol Hill, reproduce payroll, Sept. 15-Oct. 13, 1972_. 425.36 

General Services Administration, health benefit pamphlets, Sept. 30, 1972 11.50 

Press Association, Inc., Washington city wire service, September 1972 145. 20 

Rentex Services Corp., linen service, August-September 1972 88.20 

Washington Capital Newsservice, Washington capital news service, September 1972 220.00 

Womack Industries, inc., deodorant and sanitation services, August-September 1972 358.00 

25 3048 Bell & Howell, supplies.. ...- 24.00 

Do 180.00 

DixiChem, Inc., custodial supplies 240.88 

Potomac Rubber Co., custodial supplies 172. 80 

Selig Chemical Industries, custodial supplies 344. 75 

3068 American Bank Stationery Co., balance due on several invoices, Sept. 25, 1972 116.26 

3069 Burroughs Corp., stationery printing, Sept. 25, 1972 267.09 

3070 Capitol View Service, parts, labor, and service on station wagon, House Post Office, Oct. 10, 

1972 63.98 

3071 HEW, medical examinations, August 1972 580.00 

Eastman Kodak Co., services rendered: 

3073 Sept. 21,1972 131.26 

3074 Sept. 14, 1972 56.22 

3075 Sept. 20, 1972 131.24 

3077 West Publishing Co., miscellaneous publications, Oct. 13, 1972.. 139. 00 

John W. McCormack: 

3098 Reimbursement for official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, 

quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1972, pursuant to H. Res. 1238, 91st Congress.... 300. 00 

3099 Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia, quarter 

ending Sept. 30, 1972, pursuant to H. Res. 1238, 91st Congress 144. 30 

31 3187 Edward T. Kellaher, 2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 

round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Hickory, N.C., Oct. 15-17, 1972. 89. 20 

Nov. 3 3350 T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc.: 

Corrugated boxes 1,344.20 

Reinforced tape 1,516.18 

Tape 70.19 

S. Freedman &Sons, Inc., custodial supplies 207.16 

Ancorp National Services, Inc., newspapers furnished the Speaker's Lobby: 

6 3390 August 1972 258.40 

3391 September 1972 260.75 

3392 October 1972... 263.05 

3393 Bell & Howell, film duplication, Oct. 17, 1972 55.53 

3394 Eastman Kodak Co., invoice, Sept. 20, 1972 131.24 

3395 Exide Power Systems Div., battery charger 260.00 

7 3463 3M Business Products Sales, Inc., rental of 76 photocopiers, 1 stand, and 3 reader/printers, 

August-September 1972 8,022.20 

3477 Office Supply Service, for stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House 

of Representatives and others, August 1972 6, 663.49 

3486 United Air Lines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 5-8, 1972... 85.00 

10 3542 A. B. Dick Co., September 1972 89.75 

Automated Correspondence Systems, September 1972 450.00 

Capitol Radio Wholesalers, July and September 1972. 132.04 



197 

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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 
1972 

Nov. 10 3542 Geo. F. Muth, Inc., September 1972 $23.40 

Remington Rand Office Machines, September 1972" 4022 

SCM Product Service, September 1972 —."."'. 4L60 

13 3619 Office Supply Service, for stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House 

of Representatives and others, September 1972 7 890 55 

14 3634 T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., boxes _ 2 026! 12 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., supplies... 24007 

IBM Corp., ID cards 275^30 

Lawyers Cc-Operative Publishing Co., voL 65, American Jurisprudence 2d 2250 

NCR Systemedia Div., labels . 200.55 

Westvaco, boxes "YJiYSJllV.'S. " 3 082! 86 

15 3682 Hygienic Towel Service, miscellaneous linens, October 1972."!. 3' 604! 23 

16 3702 Advanced Equipment Co., Inc., swivel casters . ' 30 08 

Bestline Products, custodial supplies !!""" 79.20 

Hermes Plastics, Inc., engraving supplies " 142 31 

New Hermes Engraving Machine Corp., engraving supplies 71 90 

West Publishing Co., USCA vols, for Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs".".".!!!!!!!" 32. 00 

3712 Edward Kaier, 4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel round 

trip, from Washington, D.C., to Chicago, III., Oct. 31-Nov. 3, 1972 224 28 

3713 Edward Kaier: 

Seminar on Investigative Duties Under the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971 

Oct. 26,1972 75OO 

Investigation of Society Against Mikva, Skokie, III., Oct. ~3~1-"n"o"v.3," 1972 300 00 
3715 Bill Hartnett, reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington DC 

to Harrisburg, Pa., Oct. 31-Nov. 1, 1972 96 40 

3727 Advanced Equipment Co., Inc., handtruck.. " " 14500 

Moore Business Forms, Inc !!!!!!!!!!""" 23o!88 

U.S. Capitol Historical Society, House calendars !!"! " 50 700 00 

21 3786 Paul Wohl, reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington'b C~ "to" 

New York City, N.Y., Oct. 19-20,1972 _ 150.85 

3788 Donald Dudley Cook, reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip Washington"" 

D.C., to Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 26, 1972... 109 00 

3789 Horace Dudley Payne, tuition for seminar on Investigative Duties Under "the" Federal" 

Election Campaign Act of 1971, Oct. 26, 1972 75 00 

22 3803 Mori son, Murphy, Abrams & Haddock, legal services rendered and expenses" incurred"" 

August-September 1972 _ a qnn 80 

27 3813 A. B. Dick Co., October 1972 !!.!!!!!!!! ' 179' 50 

American Supply, Inc., September 1972 13100 

Ames Supply Co., September 1972 20214 

W. W. Grainger, Inc., October 1972 ." " """" " 56*93 

General Services Administration, September-October 1972" 32 51 

IBM Corp., September 1972 . 471*80 

ITEL Corp., July-September 1972 377*10 

Royal Typewriter Co., September 1972 ". 112!48 

28 3856 Donald Dudley Cook, tuition for seminar on Investigative Duties" Under" the Federal Elec- 

tion Campaign Act of 1971, Oct. 26, 1972 75 00 

3857 Lawyers Co-Operative Publishing Co., 11 subscriptions "to United" StatesCode" Service" 

August-October 1972 577.50 

3858 Theodore Charles Johnson, tuition for seminar on lnvestigative"DutieVQn"d"eVt"h"e""Fed D ral" 

Election Campaign Act cf 1971, Oct. 26, 1972 75 00 

n , W& We st Publishing Co., 378 sets of United States Cod'e Annotated, title 45,"3"v"ols.",Nov."7!i972" 4 536.00 

uec. 1 4022 Womack Industries, Inc., exterminating services, October 1972 179 00 

Best Printers of Capitol Hill, reproduce payroll, Nov. 20, 1972 "" 188.00 

Congressional Quarterly Service, 1-year subscription, and The Guide to Congress, Nov. 15, 

1972.. _ 214 03 

Kenneth L. Finnegan, repair bookkeeping machine, Nov. 3, 1972! 15* 00 

Press Association, Inc., Washington city wire service, October 1972 177.70 

Rentex Services Corp., laundry service, October 1972 117.30 

„ .«,-„ Was "i n gton Capital News Service, Washington news service, bctODer-No"vember"l"972 260. 00 
4 40s0 HEW: 

Services rendered, August 1972.. 10 00 

Medical examinations, September 1972 220 00 

4130 Lee D. Butler, tnc.repairs to official limousine, Office of the Clerk, Nov. 28 1972 62 00 

Humble _ __ 89.54 

7 4187 Federal Court Reporters, stenographic reporting, 6ct".20, 1972 "" 59* 25 

12 4284 Burroughs Corp., paper and ribbons, Sergeant at Arms, Oct. 24, 1972 .. """ 148.20 

4285 Hygienic Towel Service, miscellaneous linens, November 1972 3 462 37 

4296 Humble, gas for official automobile, Office of the Clerk, Nov. 30, 1972 " ' 22 73 
Architect of the Capitol, gasoline and oil, September-October 1972- 

4298 House Post Office 7148 

4299 office of the cierk !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"! 56!23 

4310 Hermes Plastics, Inc., engraving supplies ' " 152! 81 

Moore Business Forms, Inc., computer forms !!!.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 198! 70 

U.S. Capitol Historical Society, calendars 55 45o!oO 

Walcott-Taylor Co., card file cabinet " l' 640 66 

14 4354 Newspaper subscriptions for Speaker's Lobby: 

Albuquerque Journal 42.00 

Arkansas Democrat ... " 38.00 

Arkansas Gazette __. ~ " 55" 00 

Atlanta Constitution _ ~~ " 63* 16 



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Oate No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 
1972 
Dec. 14 4354 Newspaper subscriptions for Speaker's Lobby — Continued 

Atlanta Journal... $67.23 

Bangor Daily News... 48.00 

Billings Gazette 33.00 

Birmingham Post Herald . 39.00 

Boston Globe 108.00 

Boston Herald-Traveler 78.00 

Bridgeport Telegram 66.60 

Buffalo Evening News 48.00 

Capital Times 41.60 

Casper Star-Tribune 35.00 

Charleston Gazette.. 52.00 

Charlotte Observer _ 52.20 

Chicago Tribune 26.00 

Cincinnati Enquirer, Inc. 54.60 

Clarion Ledger 36.60 

Cleveland Plain Dealer _ 57.20 

Courier-Journal 57.20 

Courier-Post... 42.00 

Daily Oklahoman 31.00 

Dallas Morning News 36.00 

Denver Post 48.00 

Des Moines Register Tribune 65.00 

Detroit Free Press 67.60 

Detroit News 70.00 

Dominion-News _ 30.00 

Duluth Herald 39.00 

Florida Times Union 60.00 

Fort Worth Star Telegram.. 39.00 

Grand Rapids Press 54.00 

Great Falls Tribune. 35.00 

Greenville News 41.60 

Harrisburg Patriot 50.80 

Honolulu Advertiser 84.00 

Helena Independent 25.00 

Houston Chronicle... 81.00 

Indianapolis Star 63.00 

Jackson Ledger _ 36. 60 

J ersey Journal.. 24. 00 

Joplin Globe 31.40 

Kansas City Star . 49.40 

Knoxville News-Sentinel 44.20 

Lexington Herald-Leader 35.00 

Los Angeles Times.. 78.00 

Manchester Union Leader 40.00 

Miami Herald & News. _ 153.00 

Milwaukee Journal 31.00 

Minneapolis Star & Tribune. 16.25 

Minot Daily News 30.00 

Montgomery Advertiser Co 49.40 

Montana Standard.. 31.00 

Nashville Banner &Tennessean 104.00 

New Hampshire Sunday- News 20.00 

New Mexican, I nc 39.00 

New York Post 44.00 

New York Times 95.00 

Newark Star 29.00 

The News 49.00 

News& Courier 36.40 

Oakland Tribune 60.00 

Omaha World Herald 57.20 

Oregon Journal. 36.00 

Oregon Statesman... 30.00 

The Oregonian 60.00 

Orlando Sentinel.... 67.60 

Panama City News Herald 42.00 

PensacolaNewsJournal 80. 45 

Philadelphia Evening Bulletin 50.00 

Pittsburgh Post Gazette 18.00 

Portland Press Herald... 71.40 

Providence Journal 67.60 

Raleigh News & Observer 36.40 

Richmond Times Dispatch 41.60 

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 75.00 

St. Louis Globe Democrat 48.00 

St. Louis Post Dispatch 62.00 

St. Paul Dispatch & Pioneer Press . 88.40 

Sacramento Bee 54. 00 

San Antonio Light 30.00 

San Francisco Chronicle 64.50 

Savannah Morning News 43.00 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 
1972 
Dec. 14 4354 Newspaper subscriptions for Speaker's Lobby — Continued 

Seattle Post Intelligencer $90.00 

Seattle Times 94.00 

Sioux Falls Argus Leader 31.00 

Spokesman Review 51. 00 

Springfield Leader Press 25.20 

State Record... 57.00 

Tampa Tribune 57.20 

Texarkana Gazette . 30.00 

TIMES Picayune 55.20 

Topeka Capital Journal 70.00 

Trenton Times 63.60 

Tulsa Daily World 45.00 

Virginian Pilot 47.00 

Wheeling News Register 36.00 

Wichita Falls Record News 30.00 

Wilmington Morning News 38.00 

Wisconsin State Journal 59.80 

26 4504 Morison, Murphy, Abrams& Haddock, legal servicesand expensesincurred, October 1972.. 734.29 

4587 American Bank Stationery Co., services rendered, Sept. 27-Oct. 19,1972 314.67 

4588 Bell & Howell, film precessing, Nov. 1, 1972 47.50 

Eastman Kodak Co., services rendered: 

4589 Oct. 30 and Nov. 16, 1972 26.84 

4590 Oct. 16-30, 1972 269.80 

4591 Oct. 17 and Sept. 25, 1972 19. 26 

4592 Oct. 9, 1972 . 18.04 

4593 SeDt. 26 and Oct 2, 1972 . 102.60 

4594 Nov. 20-22, 1972 137.24 

Office Supply Service: 

27 4622 Stationery supplies furnished John W. McCormack, Nov. 6-7, 1972 9.01 

Stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House of Representatives 
and others — 

4623 November 1972 7,310.81 

4624 October 1972 8,023.93 

4655 89th In-Flight Fund, supplies and services for official delegation to the funeral of the late 

Hon. George W. Collins, pursuant to Title 2, U.S. Code, Sec. 124, Dec. 14, 1972 294. 40 

Refunds and adjustments 190. 30 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations 252, 347.65 

EQUIPMENT 
Oct. 25 3081 Xerox Corp.: 

Rental of 1 photocopier, June 1971 58.20 

Rental of 8 telecopier units, June 1971 304. 00 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 362. 20 

July 5 5 A. B. Dick Co., 1 offset, and 1 letter jogger, June 1972 1,789.23 

Business Equipment Center, 1 Uher, 1 Stenorette, 1 Sony, May-June 1972 848. 24 

Elliott Business Machines, 1 addresser, May 1972 1, 320. 02 

international Autopen Co., 1 signature machine, April 1972 1, 050.00 

IBM Corp., 16 typewriters, April-May 1972 7, 839. 00 

Scriptomatic, Inc., 2 addressers, May 1972 2,337.50 

Singer-Friden Div., 1 letter opener, February 1972 302. 58 

Smith-Corona Marchant, 2 calculators, May 1972 979.90 

Underwood Office Machines, 1 calculator, May 1972 785. 0C 

W.P.P.I., 1 Edityper, May 1972 4,596.90 

6 108 IBM Corp., services rendered 6,552.00 

Do 189.00 

109 Capitol View Service Station, 2 tires, House Post Office station wagon, June 22, 1972 115. 04 

14 291 IBM Corp., rental of automatic typewriters, May 1972,37 MTST and 85 Mag cards; January 

1972, 1 MTST; February 1972, 1 MTST 25,735.01 

A. B. Dick Co., June 1972 rental of 3 photocopiers 116.40 

Royal Typewriter Co., rental of copier products, April-May 1972 765.00 

Word Processing Products, Inc., June 1972 rental of 20 automatic typewriters and acces- 
sories 4,443.68 

International Autopen Co., rental of 22 signature machines, May-June 1972 1, 100. 00 

ITEL Corp., rental of 20 automatic typewriters and accessories, May-June 1972 4. 911. 00 

20 372 Automated Business Machines, Inc., June 1972 rental of 39 automatic typewriters 8,959.52 

Washington Photocopy Corp., rental of Olivetti photocopiers as follows: February 1972—2; 

March 1972— 2; April 1972—2; May 1972— 2 480.00 

Graphic Sciences, Inc., for rental of facsimile transceivers as follows: October 1971, 1; 

November 1971, 1; April 1972,1; May 1972, 3; June 1972,56 3,001.53 

IBM Corp., transportation and installation charges, July 1, 1971-Feb. 29, 1972.. 3,979.65 

376 A. B. Dick Co., 1 jogger, June 1972 131.90 

Business Equipment Center, 1 Sony, 1 Stenorette dictating unit, 1 Stenorette transcribing 

unit, May-June 1972 _ 707.40 

IBM Corp., 11 typewriters March, May, and June 1972 5,958.00 

ITEL Corp., 1 Dura accessory kit, February 1972 185.00 

Pitney-Bowes, Inc., 3 letter openers, November 1971 and February 1972 918. 00 

Singer-Friden Div., 2 letter folders, June 1972 740.00 



200 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

EQUIPMENT— Continued 
1972 

July 28 610 Ford Motor Co., limousine rental, Office of the Clerk, January-June 1972 $500.00 

632 3M Business Products Sales, Inc., June 1972 rental of 83 photocopiers .. ... 4 030 50 
647 I BM Corp., June 1972 rental of 92 Mag cards and 40 MTST automatic typewriters; May 1972 

rental of 1 MTST 27,909.55 

Washington Photocopy Corp., June 1972 rental of 2 photocopiers 120. 00 

Magnavox Systems, Inc., June 1972 rental of 39 facsimile transceivers . 1,482.00 

Royal Typewriter Co., copier products, April-May 1972.. 181. 19 

649 A.B. Dick Co., 1 mimeo, June 1972 707.55 

Business Equipment Center, 1 dictating unit, June 1972. 225.20 

Dictaphone, 1 dictating unit and 1 transcriber, June 1972. _. _ 901.60 

Gestetner Corp., 2 mimeographs, June 1972 1,764.00 

IBM Corp., 6 typewriters, May-June 1972 2,808.00 

3M Co., 1 photocopier, May 1972 302.68 

Royal Office Machines, 1 adding machine, June 1972. ". 107.55 

Ford Motor Co., car rental: 

Aug 1 865 Postmaster, Jan. 1-June 30, 1972 . 375.00 

866 Sergeant at Arms, Jan. 1-June 30, 1972 425.00 

4 923 Xerox Corp.: 

Rental of 272 photocopiers, April 1972 15,923.31 

Rental of 364 telecopiers, April 1972 13,704.84 

16 1205 Quindata, rental of 4 automatic typewriters, June 1972 860.00 

ITEL Corp., rental of 1 automatic typewriter, April-June 1972 756.00 

Royal Typewriter Co., rental of 1 photocopier, May 1972; 3 copiers, June 1972 180.00 

Graphic Sciences, Inc., rental of 6 facsimile transceivers, June 1972 234.48 

International Autopen Co., rental of 15 signature machines, June 1972 750.00 

30 1399 Xerox Corp.: 

Rental of 27 photocopiers, May 1972 ._ 16,962.98 

Rental of 357 facsimile transceivers, May 1972 13,566.00 

Sept. 6 1646 A.B. Dick Co., 1 mimeo, June 1972 707.55 

Burroughs Corp., accounting machines, February 1972 26,636.00 

Business Equipment Center, 4Stenorettes,2 Fi-Cords, June 1972 1,260.36 

Elliott Business Machines, 3 addressing machines, 1 communicator, February-May 1972.. 4,657.49 

Gestetner Corp., 1 mimeo, June 1972 882.00 

IBM Corp., 8 typewriters, June 1972 4.230.C0 

Monroe Internationa!, 1 calculator, June 1972 685.40 

Remington Rand, 3 adding machines, March-May 1972 639.06 

Royal Office Machines, 3 adding machines, 2 typewriters, April-May 1972 747.75 

Terminal Data Corp., 2 noise suppressors, June 1972 331.24 

Underwood Office Machines, 1 Olivetti typewriter, June 1972 380.00 

Victor Comptometer Corp., 2 calculators, June 1972 765.40 

13 1783 ITEL Corp., rental of 1 automatic typewriter, June 1972 88.62 

Graphic Sciences, Inc., rental of 2 facsimile transceivers, June 1972 45.00 

IBM Corp., rental of automatic typewriters as follows: September, 1971, 3 MTST and 2 
Mag Cards; October 1971, 1 MTST; November 1971, 2 Mag Cards; December 1971, 1 

Mag Card 2,002.50 

3M Business Products Sales, Inc., rental of 1 photocopier, June 1972.. 32.32 

ROYFAX, rental of 19 photocopiers, June 1972 855.00 

14 1904 Eastman Kodak Co., rental of 2 micro-filmers and accessories, April-June 1972 2,050.58 

22 2113 IBM Corp., 3 typewriters and 1 transcribing unit, June 1972 2,077.00 

National Cash Register, 2 cash registers and accessories, June 1972 11,071.40 

Oct. 2 2454 Xerox Corp.: 

Rental of 278 photocopiers, June 1972 17,410.49 

Rental of 376 telecopiers, June 1972_ 14,217.98 

17 2882 Gestetner Corp., 1 Gestefax, June 1972 2,150.50 

IBM Corp., 12 typewriters and 1 transcriber, June 1972 7,137.00 

2883 International Autopen Co., rental of 4 signature machines, June 1972 _.. 55.48 

IBM Corp., rental of 1 Mag Card automatic typewriter, June 1972 114.00 

25 3050 3M Business Products Sales, Inc., rental of 3 reader/printers, June 1972 640.20 

Ty-Data, Inc., rental of 1 automatic typewriter, June 1972 90.64 

ITEL Corp., rental of 1 automatic typewriter, April-June 1972 546.00 

Royfax Corp., rental of 1 photocopier, June 1972.. 45.00 

IBM Corp., rental of Mag Card automatic typewriters as follows: September 1971, 2; 

December 1971, 1; January 1972, 1; June 1972, 5. ..-. 955.97 

3080 Xerox Corp., rentals: 

22 photocopiers, July 1971 1,222.20 

39 telecopiers, July 1971 1,182.88 

10 photocopiers, August 1971 __ 582.00 

33 telecopiers, August 1971 1,205.04 

Nov. 10 3533 IBM Corp., 1 typewriter, June 1972 459.00 

Pitney-Bowes, lnc.,1 sealer May 1972 878.00 

Singer-Friden Div.,1 opener, April 1972. _ 302.57 

13 3620 Xerox Corp., rental of 52 photocopiers and 145 telecopiers, September-November 1971 8,474.74 

15 3683 ITEL Corp., rental of 1 automatic typewriter, March, May, and June 1972 771.00 

28 3860 IBM Corp., 1 typewriter, June 1972 549.00 

Dec. 12 4305 Business Equipment Center, 4 dictating and 2 transcribing units, April 1972 1,600.51 

International Autopen Co., 1 signature machine, June 1972.. 1,050.00 

13 4331 Xerox Corp., equipment rentals: 

Photocopiers, December 1971-May 1972 776.00 

Telecopiers, December 1971-May 1972 4,050.38 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 322,225.78 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



EQUIPMENT— Continued 
1972 

Aug. 28 1276 Automated Business Machines, Inc., rental of 41 automatic typewriters, July 1972 .. . $3,902 62 
Word Processing Products, Inc., rental of 18 automatic typewriters and accessories, July" 

1972 4 133 62 

Washington Photocopy Corp., rental of 2 photocopiers, July 1972. ' 120 00 

A. B. Dick Co., rental of 3 photocopiers, July 1972 11640 

Graphic Sciences, Inc., rental of 52 facsimile transceivers, July 1972 2 340' 00 

ITELCorp "'".'. 4^ 636! 50 

Sept. 6 1644 Gestetner Corp., 5 mimeographs, July 1972 .__ 4,410.00 

Scriptomatic, Inc., 1 addressing machine, July 1972 " l' 781* 25 

W. P. P. I., 1 edityper, July 1972 " " 2! 985' 00 

13 1786 Business Equipment Center Ltd., 1 stenorette, August 1972 "" '29415 

Gestetner Corp., 2 mimeographs, August 1972 176400 

IBM Corp., 3 typewriters, July 1972 ~~ l' 503' 00 

15 1911 A. B. Dick Co., rental of 3 photocopiers, August 1972 " ' 116] 40 

W. P. P. I., Inc., rental of 19 automatic typewriters and (accessories, August 1972-1"]"!"! 4,108.65 

Graphic Sciences, Inc., rental of 54 facsimile transceivers, August 1972... 2,454 70 

Automated Business Machines, Inc., rental of 39 automatic typewriters, August 1972 8,'828'50 

22 2077 TY-Data, Inc., rental of 1 automatic typewriter, July 1972... 108 72 

Royal Typewriter Co., rental of 24 photocopiers, July 1972 !!!!!!!!! 1, 08o! 00 

ITEL Corp., rental of 1 automatic typewriter, July and 23 automatic typewriters and acces-" 

sories, August 1972 5,050 00 

Washington Photocopy Corp., rental of 2 Olivetti photocopiers, August 1972 120.00 

International Autopen, rental of 4 signature machines, July and 13 signature machines, 

August 1972 824.90 

Quindata, rental of 4 automatic typewriters and accessories, Jufy-August 1972 1 14000 

27 2239 A. B. Dick Co., 1 offset and 1 jogger, August 1972 1,789.23 

IBM Corp., 2 typewriters and 1 transcriber, July 1972 1, 476. 00 

Scriptomatic, Inc., 5 addressing machines, July-August 1972 " 8, 186! 75 

W.P.P.I., invalid discount taken on purchase of automatic unit, July 1972 ' 15!oO 

Oct. 4 2605 A. B. Dick Co., rental of 3 photocopiers, Septamber 1972 116.40 

Quindata, rental of 5 automatic typewriters and accessories, September 1972 944.00 

Automated Business Machines, Inc., rental of 40 automatic typewriters and accessories, 

September 1972 8 872.95 

Word Processing Products, Inc., rental of 17 automatic typewriters and accessories, Sep-" 

temberl972 3,936.26 

ITEL Corp., rental of 21 automatic typewriters and accessories, September 1972 5,070.50 

Eastman Kodak Co., rental of 2 micro-filmers and accessories, September 1972 790. 96 

16 2799 Magnavox Systems, Inc., rental of 39 facsimile transceivers, July 1972 1482 00 

3M Business Products Sales, Inc., rental of 80 photocopiers and 1 stand, July 1972 . 3,885.00 

International Autopen Co., rental of 17 signature machines, July 1972 794.52 

Eastman Kodak Co., rental of 2 micro-filmers and accessories, July-August 1972 1, 581. 92 

IBM Corp., rental of 109 Mag Card and 40 MTS I automatic typewriters, July 1972 30 398.32 

25 3049 TyData, Inc., rental of 8 automatic typewriters, July-September 1972 1,439.62 

Redactron Corp., rental of 1 automatic typewriter, July-September 1972 815.64 

Washington Photocopy Corp., rental of 2 photocopiers, September 1972 120. 00 

3M Business Products Sales, Inc., rental of 3 reader/printers, July and September 1972... 1,280.40 

Graphic Sciences, Inc., rental of 52 facsimile transceivers, July and September 1972 2, 286.00 

Quindata, rental of 5 automatic typewriters, September-October 1972.. 965.60 

3053 International Autopen Co., rental of 24 signature machines, August-October 1972 1,171.00 

Royfax, rental of 34 photocopiers, August 1972 1 530 00 

IBM Corp., rental of 42 MTSTand 139 Mag Card automatic typewriters, July-August 1972_ 35i795.68 

3078 Magnavox Systems, Inc., rental of 43 facsimile transceivers, August-September 1972 3,338.89 

3079 Pitney-Bowes, Inc., folding machines _ 1,422.96 

26 3144 Maatz Engineering, Inc., sterilizers and vacuums '424. 11 

Xerox Corp., equipment rentals: 

31 3191 321 photocopiers, July 1972 18,006.75 

3192 430 facsimile transceivers-telecopiers, July 1972... 15 495.90 

Nov. 8 3506 Business Equipment Center, 1 Stenorette, September 1972. '298.96 

Gestetner Corp., 1 mimeograph, September 1972 882.00 

IBM Corp., 7 typewriters, July-September 1972 3,631.50 

Scriptomatic, Inc., 1 addresser September 1972 2,062.25 

Smith-Corona Corp., 1 typewriter, August 1972 .. .. 244.40 

Terminal Data, 1 hood, October 1972 169.00 

Underwood Office Machines, 1 adder, August 1972 140.00 

3509 Graphic Sciences, Inc., rental of 44 facsimile transceivers, October 1972 1,980.00 

Automatic Business Machines, Inc., rental of 40 automatic typewriters, October 1972 8,871.00 

Eastman Kodak Co., rental of 2 micro-filmers and accessories, October 1972 790.96 

Word Processing Products, Inc., rental of 18 automatic typewriters and accessories, Octo- 
ber 1972 4,113.58 

A. B. Dick Co., rental of 2 photocopiers, October 1972 77.60 

ITEL Corp., rental of 23 automatic typewriters and accessories, October 1972 5, 354. 50 

10 3532 A. B. Dick Co., 1 folding machine, September 1972. 289.25 

Business Equipment Center, 1 Uher tape recorder and accessories, September 1972 431.64 

Elliott Business Machines, 1 communicator, August 1972 1,282.50 

International Autopen, 1 signature machine, August 1972 1,600.00 

IBM Corp., 4 typewriters 2 dictating machines, July-August 1972 3,180.00 

Scriptomatic, Inc., 2 addressers and accessories, August 1972 3,807.50 

15 3684 IBM Corp., rental of 125 Mag Cards, 40 MTST automatic typewriters and accessories, 

September 1972 . .. 33,011.34 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

EQUIPMENT— Continued 
1972 

Nov. 21 3794 A. B. Dick Co., 1 jogger, October 1972 $131.90 

Business Equipment Center, 1 Stenorette, September 1972 305.91 

Gestetner Corp., 4 mimeographs, October-November 1972 3, 528. 00 

IBM Corp., 5 typewriters and 1 dictating unit, July-September 1972 2,925.00 

Terminal Data Corp., 1 noise suppressor, September 1972 169. 00 

27 3812 International Autopen Co., rental of 33 signature machines, September-October 1972 1,612.86 

Washington Photocopy Corp., rental of 2 Olivetti photocopiers, October 1972 120.00 

Royal Typewriter Co., rental of 31 photocopiers, September 1972.. 1,395.00 

3M Business Product Sales, Inc.: 

Dec. 7 4209 Rental of 3 reader/printers, October 1972 640.20 

Rental of 73 photocopiers and 1 stand, October 1972 3, 545. 50 

Ty-Data, Inc., rental of 10 automatic typewriters and accessories: 

11 4239 October 1972 935.60 

November 1972... 1,067. CO 

Magnavox Systems, Inc., rental of 39 facsimile transceivers, October 1972 1, 467. 63 

A. B. Dick Co., rental of 2 photocopiers, November 1972 77.60 

3M Business Products Sales, Inc., rental of 1 photocopier, August-October 1972 121.25 

Word Processing Products, Inc., rental of 17 automatic typewriters and accessories, No- 
vember 1972 3,749.79 

Eastman Kodak Co., rental of 2 micro-filmers and accessories, November 1972 790.96 

12 4306 Business Equipment Center, 1 Fi-Cord, October 1972 214.77 

Elliott Business Machines, 1 communicator, August 1972 1, 362.77 

International Autopen Co., 1 signature machine, September 1972 1, 050. 00 

IBM Corp., 14 typewriters, August-October 1972 7,339.50 

Rapiclprint Time Recorders, Inc., 1 print machine, October 1972 295.00 

Royal Office Machines, 1 adding machine, October 1972 107. 55 

4307 Washington Photocopy Corp., rental of 2 photocopiers, November 1972 120. 00 

Quindata, rental of 4 automatic typewriters, November 1972 932. 00 

Graphic Sciences, Inc., rental of 44 facsimile transceivers, November 1972 1,965. 48 

Automated Business Machines, Inc., rental of 43 automatic typewriters, October-November 

1972 9,111.74 

3M Business Products Sales, Inc., rental of 74 photocopiers and 1 stand, November 1972. 3,594.00 

Royal Typewriter Co., rental of 35 photocopiers, September-October 1972 1. 575. 00 

13 4333 Xerox Corp., rental of 445 telecopiers, August 1972 . 16.390. 86 

Refunds and adjustments ' (485. 28) 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations 348,025.34 

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE 

July 5 6 Hancock's, repair Hoover vacuum 20.80 

Machinists, Inc., repair and adjust paper cutter 20. 25 

6 110 Bell & Howell, PMA renewal, January-June 1972 85.63 

14 294 A. B. Dick Co., June 1972 <r. 730.11 

Bell & Howell, June 1972 < 20.72 

Dictaphone Corp., June 1972 36.00 

Hunt Co., Inc., June 1972 109.00 

ITEL Corp., January 1972 77.00 

NCR Co., June 1972 46.35 

Remington Rand, March-April 1972 73.58 

SCM, June 1972 128.56 

Scriptomatic, Inc., March and May 1972 66.08 

WPPIJune 1972. 92.41 

Aug. 1 870 Burroughs Corp., services rendered, Mar. 1-July 1, 1972 266.95 

3 906 Business Equipment Center, March-May 1972 435.85 

Remington Rand, June 1972 37.50 

Scriptomatic, Inc., June 1972 36.00 

Sept. 1 1610 Kenneth Ellison, overhaul electric tape machine 89.45 

13 1788 Business Equipment Center, Ltd., November-December 1971; April-June 1972 366.68 

Gestetner Corp., June 1972 291.30 

3M, June 1972 77.94 

Remington Rand, May-June 1972 30.00 

Oct. 26 3107 Dictaphone Corp., August-September, November-December 1971 and February 1972 249.19 

3M Co., May 1972 . 32.00 

Singer-Friden Div., February-March 1972 129.41 

Dec. 13 4332 Xerox Corp., placement charges, July 1971 1,768.00 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations.. 5, 316.76 

July 28 636 D. E. Otley, parts forPublications Distribution Service 115.00 

Didde-Glaser, Inc., parts for Publications Distribution Service 146.51 

Skidmore Material Handling, Inc.: 

Repair Widgit for House post office... 289.17 

Repair Widgit for House stationery room 80.76 

Repair Big Joe lift for House stationery room 59. 10 

• Includes refunds of $162.15 from Congressman Watkins M. Abbitt; $2.50 from Congressman Nick Galifianakis; and 
$275.63 from Congressman John G. Schmitz. 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1972 

Aug. 1 

3 



Sept. 1 
13 



Oct. 2 



EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE— Continued 

869 Annandale Jewelers, repair clock $75.00 

907 Burroughs Corp. July 1972 27.15 

Hunt Co, Inc., July 1972 213.00 

International Autopen, July 1972 20.00 

IBM Corp., July 1972 25.25 

National Cash Register Co., July 1972 15.00 

SCM Product Service, July 1972... 14.50 

1206 APECO Corp., maintenance for July 1972 23.20 

Hunt Co, Inc., maintenance for July 1972 131.27 

International Business Machines, maintenance for July 1972 52. 50 

Royal Typewriter Co., maintenance for July 1972 41.75 

SCM, maintenance for July 1972 125.50 

WPPI, maintenance for July 1972 65.00 

1609 Diebold Inc., repair motorized file 34. 25 

1787 A. B. Dick Co., July 1972 1,064.58 

APECO, July 1972 126.64 

Business Equipment Center, Ltd., July 1972 256.85 

Gestetner Corp., July 1972 189.90 

Hunt Co., Inc., July 1972 101.00 

IBM Corp., July 1972 96.55 

National Cash Register Co., July 1972 61.25 

Remington Rand, July 1972 15.00 

Royal Typewriter Co., July 1972 22.50 

SCM, August 1972 113.45 

Scriptomatic Inc., July 1972 15.52 

2455 Skidmore Material Handling, Inc., repair 3 Widgits 45.00 

Diebold, Inc.: 

2788 Repairs to the automatic files, Oct. 4, 1972 27.74 

2948 Serviceto Diebold file 31.47 

Skidmore Material Handling, Inc., repair Widgits 69.96 

3082 Singer-Friden Div., repairs to the check signing machine, Aug. 29, 1972 17. 00 

3083 Skidmore Material Handling, Inc., repair Widgits 52. 50 

3084 Do 37.50 

3167 Burroughs Corp., July 1972 26. SO 

Dictaphone Corp., August 1972 .78 

Gestetner Corp., August 1972 639. 10 

Hunt Co., Inc., August 1972 45.50 

IBM Corp., August-September 1972 204.55 

ITEL Corp., August 1972 10.68 

3M Co., July 1972 31.05 

Remington Rand, July 1972 ___ 54.00 

Royal Typewriter Co., August 1972... 18.50 

SCM, August-September 1972 66.00 

Scriptomatic, Inc., July-August 1972 43. 75 

Singer-Friden Div., July-August 1972 102.72 

Skidmore Material Handling, Inc., August 1972 52. 50 

3351 Diebold, Inc., service file system .. 28.04 

Stromberg Products Div., service 2 time stamp machines 29. 83 

3515 Addressograph Multigraph Corp., July 1972 118.75 

Business Equipment Center, August-September 1972 176. 92 

Dictaphone Corp., September 1972 341.31 

Gestetner Corp., September 1972 527.39 

International Autopen Co., September 1972 40.00 

IBM Corp., October 1972 35.00 

3M Co., September 1972. _ 47.90 

Remington Rand Office Machines, September 1972 18. 00 

Smith-Corona Marchant, October 1972 51.09 

Singer-Friden Div., September 1972 32.00 

3531 A. B. Dick Co., August-September 1972 2,261.49 

International Autopen Co., September 1972 40.00 

IBM Corp., September 1972... __ 17.50 

3M Co., August 1972 57.16 

SCM, September 1972 16.50 

Singer-Friden Div., August 1972 49.58 

Scriptomatic, Inc., August-September 1972 133.64 

3752 James. A. Edgerton &Son, Inc., service tying machines 274.35 

3797 A.B. Dick Co., October 1972 928.28 

APECO, October 1972 15.00 

Burroughs Corp., September 1972 25.50 

Business Equipment Service, August-September 1972 308. 19 

Dictaphone Corp., September-October 1972 292.97 

International Autopen Co., August 1972 20.00 

IBM Corp., October 1972 _ 35.00 

NCR, October 1972 56.05 

SCM, September-November 1972... 97.47 

Singer-Friden Div., September-October 1972. 34.00 

3816 Hancock's, repair vacuum 30.40 

Skidmore Material Handling, Inc., repair Widgit 15.00 

3819 Diebold, Inc., repair file 22.23 

Skidmore Material Handling, Inc., repair Widgits _ 258.50 

SS-914— 73 14 



Nov. 3 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1972 

Dec. 12 



4311 



26 4595 



July 6 



EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE— Continued 

Apeco Corp., November 1972 $15.00 

Business Equipment Center, September-November 1972 __ 138.67 

Dictaphone Corp., September and November 1972 138. 16 

Gestetner Corp., October 1972 . 428.70 

IBM Corp., November 1972 _ 137.00 

3M Co., October 1972.. __ 43.52 

Multigraph Corp., November 1972 _ 27.75 

SCM, November 1972 16.50 

Scriptomatic, Inc., August and October 1972. _ 83.97 

Sint>er-Friden Div., September-October 1972 85.80 

Mo ;!er, service on security system, Nov. 14, 1972 31.65 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations 12,776. 11 

GRATUITIES 
For payment of a gratuity: 

Kenneth W. Davidson, due to the death of Gregory R. Davidson 1,901.01 

Rosalie D. Raibourn, due to the death of Dee Raibourn 1, 125. 00 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 3, 026. 01 

For payment of a gratuity: 

Willard L. Beall, due to the death of Louise D. Upfold 4,662.00 

Ann Favia, due to the death of Joseph Favia 650. 00 

Bertha Meyer, due to the death of Frank Meyer 36, 000. 00 

Modesteen Cope, due to the death of John Cope, Jr 2, 110.00 

Arizona Middleton, due to the death of Ben Middleton.. 554. 84 

Mary M. Ridgell, due to the death of A. Emmanuel Ridgell 16,951.00 

James D. Lumpkin, due to the death of Jane T. Lumpkin 14,750.00 

Frances Delap, due to the death of George T. Delap 2,850.06 

Mai Belle Frith, due to the death of Ollie T. Frith 6,639.12 

Norman A. West, due to the death of Charles Koch 8, 784. 38 

Alma J. Loughran, due to the death of Joseph J. Loughran 295.34 

Mrs. Charles Francis Owens, due to the death of Elizabeth O. Sheehy 6, 555.77 

Charles Albert Owen, due to the death of Virginia G. Owen 2,989.00 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations 103,791.51 

INTERPARLIAMENTARY RECEPTION 



112 
113 



Aug. 16 1186 

28 1319 

Sept. 14 1859 

26 2198 

27 2221 
2222 

Oct. 11 2655 

Nov. 13 3623 

15 3685 

17 3753 

Dec. 4 4052 

19 4456 

26 4505 



Oct. 25 3085 House of Representatives Restaurant: 

Coffee reception in honor of visiting Swedish Parliamentarians, hosted by Subcom- 
mittee on Europe, Committee on Foreign Affairs, Sept. 21, 1972.. 

Luncheon in honor of Foreign Minister of Korea, hosted by Representatives Gallagher 
and Broomfield, Committee on Foreign Affairs, Sept. 27, 1972 

Coffee reception in honor of Spanish students touring the United States, hosted by 
Subcommittee on Europe, Committee on Foreign Affairs, Sept. 28, 1972 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations 

MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS 



30.36 
188.40 
30.80 



249. 56 



1972 
Oct. 4 



Members' district office rentals for June 1971: 
Lessor 



Congressman 



2564 John S. Clark & Sons George W. Collins 

(January-June 1971) 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 

Members' district office rentals for June 1972: 



690. 00 



690.00 



Lessor 



Congressman 



July 3 1 Great Bridge Developers Watkins M. Abbitt... 

George Abbitt, J r do 

B. & 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 Elizabeth Andrews.. 

MYCO, Inc John M. Ashbrook... 

840 Grand Concourse Associates Herman Badillo 

P. T. Love LaMar Baker 

Hiatt & Green Enterprises. Nick Begich.. 

Holiday Office Park Associates Bob Bergland 



120. 00 
75.00 
133. 00 
183. 50 
200. 00 
100. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
160.00 
200. 00 
150. 00 
100.00 
275. 00 
200. 00 
325. 00 
300.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 

Members' district office rentals for June 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

July 3 1 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 East Court St., Inc do . 100.00 

Libtul Realty Co., Inc Jonathan B. Bingham 262.50 

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 

Abe Rothstein Frank J. Brasco 200.00 

Forum Realty Corp William G. Bray 218.00 

David S. Meyer III Donald G. Brotzman 130.88 

Office Centers, Inc Clarence J. Brown 100.00 

Pado, Inc., Investment Co James T. Broyhill 70.00 

Triplett Realty Co do 133.00 

Dominion Management Co Joel T. Broyhill 305.97 

A. Gray Boylston J. Herbert Burke 165.00 

Smith-Devine Real Estate James A. Byrne 200.00 

Lucille & Howard Whittingham.. Goodloe E. Byron 100.00 

Clavin Real Estate Hugh L. Carey.. 200.00 

Ottawa Trust Realty Cliffard D. Carlson 75.00 

William H. Wake do 100.00 

Edwin Roberts _. Tim Lee Carter... 100.00 

Edgar & Margaret M. Dunn, Jr Bill Chappell, Jr 200.00 

Eureka Inn Don H. Clausen 80.00 

Wells Fargo Rank do 145.00 

Carl V. &/or Fern Jones Del Clawson 200.00 

Richard Anderson, d.b.a. P.O.R., Inc William (Bill) Clay 200. 00 

J.W. Simoneau Sons Realty Corp James C. Cleveland 175.00 

John Storcel Harold R. Collier 150.00 

Oak Cliff Bank & Trust Co James M. Collins 200.00 

Lex Terrae, Inc William M. Colmer 75.00 

First Agricultural National Bank. Silvio O. Conte.. . . 200.00 

KGS Co.... John Conyersjr 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 

H. Foster Pettit William P. Curlin, Jr 350.00 

Liberty Savings & Loan Assn George E. Danielson 200. 00 

First American Savings & Loan Assn. of Glenn R. Davis. 265.00 

Wisconsin. 

Reed Offices, Inc John W. Davis 200.00 

Quinco, Inc.. E de la Garza 100.00 

Charles W. Schaefer James J. Delaney 150.00 

Cascade Offices Co John Dellenback ... . 165.00 

Professional Property Mgnt. Co Ronald V. Dellums 120.00 

Alan F. Glover Frank E. Denholm 200.00 

Westcott Hotel David W. Dennis 100.00 

J. F. Dusenbury William L. Dickinson 200.00 

Burton W. London Charles C. Diggs, Jr _ 150.00 

Clarence C. Gary do .. 50.00 

Smith-Bisschop & Co John D. Dingell... 200.00 

H. W. Guernsey Realtors John G. Dow 200.00 

Israel Fridlich do . . 125.00 

W. C. McGuffey, Jr John Dowdy . .. 140.00 

Court Plaza, Ltd Thomas N. Downing 200.00 

In Town Realty Trust Robert F. Drinan 150.00 

Lacava-Paino Realty Trust. do ... 450.00 

Mrs. Lynn Sheeley.Sr John J. Duncan 200.00 

Arnold Goldsborough Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont 350.00 

Morve! Realty Co., Inc. Florence P. Dwyer 200.00 

Pacific Property Management Co Don Edwards 200.00 

Estelle J. Anderson do 125.00 

Lloyd Andrus Edwin W. Edwards... 150.00 

Jansen Chapman Jack Edwards 65.00 

Mitchell Corp do 135.00 

First Federal Savings & Loan Assn Joshua Eilberg 350.00 

McLean-Hobbs Marvin L. Esch 325.00 

Cunningham Drugstores, Inc do... 25.00 

William M.Sinclair Co. Walter E. Fauntroy 125.00 

Western Catholic Union Paul Findley 110.00 

Harry Lefever Hamilton Fish, Jr 125.00 

Hudson Savings & Loan Assn do 100.00 

John I. Smith, Sr do 75.00 

Navarro Travis Corp O.C. Fisher 200.00 

E. G. Harper John J. Flynt, Jr 100.00 

Pipp, Inc Gerald R. Ford. 120.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 

Members' district office rentals for June 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

July 3 1 William Siemasz Willam D. Ford $200.00 

lohn Homze do 380.00 

One Hundred-Twelve, Inc ___. Bill Frenzel _ 200.00 

C. Sweet Smith, Jr Louis Frey, Jr 83.33 

Koger Properties, Inc do 116.67 

Rory Associates, Inc Cornelius E. Gallagher 150.00 

224 Fifth Ave., Inc Joseph M. Gaydos 250.00 

Beaty Shopping Center, Inc Tom S. Gettys 100.00 

Hiilsboro Bank Sam Gibbons 180.00 

Coast & Southern Federal Savings & Loan.. Barry M. Goldwater, Jr. 350.00 

City of New Britain Ella T. Grasso 200.00 

Catherine Kuca Kenneth J. Gray 300.00 

Phyllis Z. Birnkrant Martha W. Griffiths 150.00 

Simon, Blindman & Blindman H. R. Gross 300.00 

Francis B. Garvey - James R. Grover, Jr 200.00 

Palo Alto Town & Country Village, Inc Charles S. Gubser 300.00 

Kensington Associates Gilbert Gude 150.00 

Robert P. Long Associates, Inc do 50.00 

D H. Sloan, Jr James A. Haley 100.00 

Egbert T. Smith Enterprises, Inc do 100.00 

Dillon Investment Co Durward G. Hall 200.00 

G L. G. Associates Seymour Halpern 200.00 

Civic Center Enternrises _ Richard T. Hanna 350.00 

George F. Hanigan Julia Butler Hansen 100.00 

Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co Orval Hansen 50.00 

First Security Bank of Idaho do 117.00 

Batavia Professional Bldg William H. Harsha 165.00 

CMP Realty Co James Harvey 190.00 

Alleoany 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 250.00 

Mid-Town Real Estate Co Ken Hechler 200.00 

One Washington Street Co Margaret M. Heckler 200.00 

Rutherford East. Inc Henry Helstoski 350.00 

Fanning Starkey Co Floyd V. Hicks 200.00 

Jamaica Realty Trust Louise Day Hicks 250.00 

Union Bank & Trust Co Elwood Hillis 125.00 

Iverson Mall Joint Venture Lawrence J. Hogan 200.00 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Chet Holifield 192.00 

One Fourteen Corp John E. Hunt. 100.00 

Robert Boakes do 100.00 

Houston Realty Investment Co Richard H. Ichord 100.00 

Baudendistel Real Estate do 100.00 

Indiana National Bank. Andrew Jacobs, Jr 200.00 

Morton & Tumipseed 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 MainSt., Inc Jack F. Kemp 200.00 

J P. McGirr Co., Inc Carleton J. King 150.00 

Joseph Harnik John C. Kluczynski 150.00 

Cooper Realty Co Dan Kuykendall 182.50 

Knox Broadcasting, Inc Peter N. Kyros 200.00 

Ronald D. Jacobson Earl F. Landgrebe 200.00 

Jack O. & Doris L. Mellon ...do 150.00 

Bank of Wood County Delbert L. Latta 84.00 

Tennessee St. Professional Center Robert L. Leggett 350.00 

Peoples Savings & Loan Assn Alton Lennon 115.00 

County Federal Savings & Loan Assn Norman F. Lent _ 250.00 

Jena Insurance Agency, Inc Speedy 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 275.00 

Ogdensburg Trust Co Robert C. McEwen 100.00 

Prescott Properties, Inc John J. McFall... _. 200.00 

First Security Bank of Utah Gunn McKay 150.00 

John Porcelli & Associates Stewart B. McKinney 200.00 

D. A. C. Associates.... -do J5 " SS 

Robert N. Richardson John L. McMillan 125.00 

GlenD. Crumal Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 165.00 

Joseph W. Phillips, Jr - Spark M. Matsunaga 

Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Co John Melcher.. 



350. 00 
60.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 

Members' district office rentals for June 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

July 3 1 Phala Redeen John Melcher $75.00 

Collier-Lewis Realty Co Ralph H. Metcalfe 350.00 

First National Bank of Peoria Robert H. Michel 200.00 

Albert Lencioni Abner J. Mikva 150.00 

Abraham Kofman... George P. Miller 200.00 

Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Assn William O. Mills 200.00 

Harry Amsterdam Joseph G. Minish 150.00 

T. Tomita, Inc Patsy T. Mink 200.00 

Jack W. Stollof & Others Parren J. Mitchell 350.00 

D. L. Phillips Investment Builders, Inc Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell 350. 00 

C. & W. Corp. . Robert H. Mollohan 96.75 

Mallen Realty Trust F. Bradford Morse 95.00 

Lowell Sun Realty Co do 104.00 

Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab Charles A. Mosher 120.00 

3215 W. 103d St. Bldg Morgan F. Murphy 200.00 

Rufus Bradenburg William H. Natcher 105.00 

William Parker Lucien N. Nedzi 120.00 

Citizens Bank_ Ancher Nelsen 135.00 

Equitable Realty Corp Robert N. C. Nix 150.00 

William Ross & John B. Bruff James G. O'Hara 350.00 

Northland Television, Inc Alvin E. O'Konski 350.00 

Ouachita National Bank Otto E. Passman 200.00 

242 Building Jerry L. Pettis 150.00 

Phelps Dodge Cable & Wire Co Peter A. Peyser o ™ 

Oneida Countv Eisenhower Club, Inc Alexander Pirnie 200.00 

Dominick J. C'isternino Bertram L. Podell 350.00 

Joseph & Marilyn Bacher Walter E. Powell 200. 0G 

S. J. M. Bldg. Corp - .. Roman C. Pucinski 200.00 

Preston Tower. Graham Purcell ?2° „ 

Fred W. Schuster Albert H. Quie 138.00 

Welty Bros. Auctioneers, Inc Wm. J. Randall 20.00 

Kenwood Holding Corp., Inc Charles B. Rangel Tc°'°£ 

West Side Legislative Service Center do 150.00 

William Horowitz Thomas M. Rees 350.00 

Ahrle Properties Ogden R. Reid. |50. 00 

Charne,Glassner,Tehan,Clancv &Taitelman- Henry S. Reuss 350. 00 

Metropolitan Bldg Donald W. Riegle, Jr 325.00 

Farmers & Merchants National Bank J. Kenneth Robinson 130.00 

Liverpool Realty Co .. Robert A. Roe 135.00 

Law Building, Inc Paul G. Rogers 2 n£ ™ 

American National Bank Teno Roncalio 200.00 

Rose Kokot Fred B. Rooney icn'SS 

Leonard L. Levin Dan Rostenkowski 350.00 

Nader, Inc J. Edward Roush 200.00 

F. G. & H. J. Kennedy John H. Rousselot 350.00 

Homes International, Inc William R. Roy - 350.00 

First National Bank of Dona Ana County.. . Harold Runnels 100.00 

Mary Ruth McCrory do 125.00 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Earl B. Ruth 1H' 00 

Ideal Management Corp William F. Ryan 350.00 

Ackerman Realty Co Charles W. Sandman, Jr 125.00 

Salvatore & Rose Consalvo, Sr do 50.00 

Vincent Casale .do 140.00 

Emma M. Butler... Paul S. Sarbanes 200.00 

Sailon Realty Corp James H.Scheuer 135.00 

Lot No.2 Co John G. Schmitz 200.00 

Fidelity National Bank of Pennsylvania Herman T. Schneebeli 163.75 

Union Bldg. Co Fred Schwengel 250.00 

Richard D. Bovd Keith G. Sebelius 40.00 

Grant Washington Professional Bldg John F. Seiberling 250.00 

Jo Ann Watson George E. Shipley.. 200.00 

11th Ave. Corp Dick Shoup 325.00 

Eight-Thirty, Inc Garner E. Shriver 200.00 

Robert B. Lambert Joe Skubitz. 90.00 

Roy R. Robe do.. 50.00 

William N. Caton do 55.00 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp Henry P. Smith III 140.00 

Insurance Exchange Bldg Neal Smith 290.00 

Bryson Land Co., Inc. GeneSnyder 130.00 

Mrs. Hub S. Covington Floyd Spence 100.00 

Champaign National Bank William L. Springer 220.00 

Andrew & Helen A. Detch Harley O. Staggers.. 135.00 

Coral Ridge Bldg Co. J. William Stanton 200.00 

George & Olvna M. Faubionjr Tom Steed 100.00 

Evelyn P. Lonergan Robert H. Steele 200.00 

Southern Mutual Insurance Co Robert G. Stephens, Jr 225.00 

Griggs-Ficklin.lnc do 100.00 

Goodman Development Co., Inc... Samuel S. Stratton 300.00 

Professional Bldg.. Frank A. Stubblefield 100.00 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 
Members' district office rentals for June 1972 — Continued 



1972 
July 3 





6 


33 

34 




12 


35 
242 

243 




19 
21 


244 
245 
327 
328 
436 




28 


583 
584 
585 


Aug. 


1 


586 
871 

872 




15 


1155 


Sept 


. 6 


1657 




15 


1917 




19 


1919 
1994 


Oct. 


4 


2565 




13 


2953 


Dec. 


19 


4391 



Lessor 

Stuckey Development Corp 

Sidney M. Studt 

Davis & Davis Realty Co., Inc 

American Amusement Co 

La Arcada Investment Corp 

John E. Tyo 

Gamma Associates, Ltd 

Farmers & Merchants Bank 

Veterans Bldg. Corp 

Samuel Nardone & Co 

Margaret Stegeman Maentz 

University Park Professional Bldg 

Hilltop Management Co 

Edgar E. Pankey & Floyd A. Blower 

Park View Professional Centre 

David L. Ekker.. 

John Doles, Jr. 

James D. & Diane Y. Martin 

Jim Dougherty 

Burton's Insurance Agency, Inc 

Trustees for Delaware County Republican 
Committee. 

Chester County Republican Committee 

Allegheny Sales Co... 

Will A. Hickman 

Wiener & Weiss 

Township of Springfield 

Robert M. Golden 

John V. Avakian 

C. D. Murphy, A. F. Kimball & M. J. Salomone 

Mintiiorn Properties 

Homeway Realty Corp 

Colonial Berk Real Estate Co 

Leona Wozinski 

Meridian Corp 

Michael J. Kane 

Law & Finance Corp 



Congressman 



W. S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr_ 
James W. Symington... 

Roy A. Taylor 

Charles M. Teague 

do 

John H. Terry 

Fletcher Thompson 

Vernon W. Thomson... 

Charles Thone 

Robert 0. Tlernan 

Guy Vander Jagt 

do 

Charles A. Vanik 

Victor V. Veysey 

do 

Joseph P. Vigorito 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr.. 

Jerome R. Waldie 

William C. Wampler.... 

do 

John Ware 



$200. 00 

200.00 

200.00 

100.00 

100.00 

60.00 

350.00 

75.00 

200.00 

200.00 

50.00 

140.00 

230.00 

200.00 

87.50 

150.00 

100.00 

250.00 

150.00 

200.00 

100.00 

210.00 

100.00 

125.00 

323.00 

200.00 

350.00 

175.00 

350.00 

150.00 

350.00 

100.00 

150.00 

65.00 

325.00 

520.00 

35.00 

450.00 

600.00 

172.00 

200.00 

260.00 

100.00 

450.00 

350.00 

200.00 

350.00 

100.00 

340.00 

360. 00 

150.00 

300.00 

500.00 

100.00 

270.00 

690.00 

250.C0 

750.00 

3,677.50 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations. _ 55,044.35 



Hamlin Bank & Trust Co. 
Mansfield Leiend Corp... 



A. E. Raymond. 



Janss Corp.-William Walters Co. 

10 Rutgers Place, Inc 

Law & Finance Corp 

Joseph F. Dobias 

Peter J. Grewach 



Ebony Enterprises, Inc. 

Andrew McNally 

Roger Curtis 



Newburg Associates, Inc. 
Eastwood Mall, Inc 

DRK Investments 

Romeo Gadoua 

Edgar G. Hamilton 

Robert Farrell 



Jerome Wallach 

Sylvan Center, Inc 

JohnS. Clark & Sons 

Harry F. Goeringer & Sons. 

Do... 

Refunds and adjustments. 



do 

J. Irving Whalley 

Jamie L. Whitten 

Charles E. Wiggins 

Lawrence G. Williams.. 

Bob Wilson 

Charles H. Wilson 

Lester L. Wolff 

Wendell Wyatt... . 

John W. Wydler 

Gus Yatron 

Clement J. Zablocki 

Roger H. Zion _ 

William A. Barrett... 

John H. Dent 

(April-May) 

Albert W. Johnson 

John M. Ashbrook 

(April-June) 
Edwin W. Edwards 

(February-May) 

Craig Hosmer 

Frank Thompson, Jr.. 

John H. Dent 

William B. Widnall 

William L. Hungate 

(April-June) 

Shirley Chisholm 

John N. Erlenborn 

Jerry L. Pettis 

(May-June) 

Vernon W. Thomson 

Charles J. Carney 

(May-June) 
Charles J. Carney 

(May-June) 
Wm. S. Broomfield 

(June) 
Paul G. Rogers. 

(January-June) 
James A. Burke 

(Apr. 16-June30) 

Richard H. Ichord 

Jack McDonald 

(June 4-30) 
George W. Collins 

(July December 1971) 
Daniel J. Flood 

(August and December 1971) 
Daniel J. Flood 

(January-June) 



209 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 

Members' district office rentals for July 1972: 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Aug. 1 811 Great Bridge Developers Watkins M. Abbitt. $120.00 

George Abbitt, Jr do 75.00 

B. & L. Co James Abourezk " " 133.00 

Dakota West Corp do 183.50 

Educational Alliance, Inc __ Bella S. Abzug.. """ 200.00 

Louis DeSena & C. Benedict Mauro Joseph P. Addabbo. 100.00 

Arkansas State University Bill Alexander 200 00 

Pacific Trade Center.... Glenn M. Anderson 200.00 

Lloyd Ikerd do ... 150.00 

Rock River Savings John B. Anderson 160. 00 

John E. Sloan, Jr William R. Anderson 200. 00 

Mabel Finlayson Elizabeth Andrews 150.00 

MYCO, Inc John M. Ashbrook. 100.00 

840 Grand Concourse Associates Herman Badillo 275 00 

P.T.Love LaMar Baker 200.00 

Hiatt & Green Enterprises Nick Bsgich 325 00 

Johnson-Bush Alphonzo Bell """ 200.00 

Holiday Office Park Associates Bob Bergland 300 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 East Court St., Inc do. 100 00 

Libtul Realty Co., Inc Jonathan B. Bingham. 262^50 

David Harrison, Jr., d.b.a. Branchdale Bldg._ Ray Blanton 200.00 

Linbeck Enterprises, Inc Frank T. Bow " 200.00 

Mort Under & Associates John Brademas 200.00 

Abe Rothstein Frank J. Brasco. 200.00 

Forum Realty Corp. William G. Bray 218.00 

DavidS. Meyer III Donald G. Brotzman .. 130.88 

Office Centers, Inc Clarence J. Brown 100.00 

Pado, Inc., Investment Co James T. Broyhill 70. 00 

Triplett Realty Co do . 133.00 

Dominion Management Co Joel T. Broyhill.... 305.97 

A. Gray Boylston J. Herbert Burke 165.00 

Smith-Devine Real Estate James A. Byrne 200.00 

Lucille & Howard Whittingham Goodloe E. Byron 100 00 

Clavin Real Estate Hugh L Carey . 200.00 

Ottawa Trust Realty Cliffard D. Carlson.. 75.00 

William H. Wake do 100 00 

Edgar & Margaret M. Dunn, Jr Bill Chappell, Jr. !!!!! 200]00 

Ebony Enterprises, Inc Shirley Chisholm. 350.00 

Eureka Inn Don H. Clausen 80.00 

Wells Fargo Bank do 145.00 

Carl V. &/or Fern Jones DeJciawson.. . . 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 

Christy Bldg 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 

Abe Vickter... ...do 100.00 

Chrispaul Corp Lawrence Coughlin 200.00 

First National Bank of Mt. Prospect Philip M. Crane 350 00 

H. Foster Pettit William P. Curlin, jr... 350.00 

Liberty Savings & Loan Assn George E. Danielson 200.00 

First American Savings & Loan Assn, of Glenn R. Davis . 265 00 
Wisconsin. 

Reed Offices Inc John W. Davis.. . 200.00 

Quinco, Inc E de la Garza 100.00 

Charles W. Schaefer James J. Delaney.. 150.00 

Cascade Offices Co John Dellenback 165.00 

Professional Property Mgmt. Co Ronald V. Dellums. 120.00 

Alan F. Glover Frank E. Denholm 200.00 

Westcott Hotel. David W. Dennis 100.00 

J. F. Dusenbury William L. Dickinson... 200.00 

Geo. Fleischer & Bernard Glieberman Charles C. Diggs, Jr 303 33 

Smith-Bisschop & Co John D. Dingell... 200.00 

H. W. Guernsey Realtors John G. Dow... 200.00 

Israel Fridlich do 125 00 

W. C. McGuffeyJr John Dowdy"""!!!™ 14o!oo 

Court Plaza, Ltd Thomas N. Downing . 200.00 

Mrs. Lynn Sheeley,Sr John J. Duncan.... 200.00 

Arnold Goldsborough. Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont .. 350.00 

Morvel Realty Co., Inc Florence P. Dwyer 200 00 



210 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 

Members' district office rentals for July 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Aug. 1 811 Pacific Property Management Co Don Edwards ■_ $200.00 

Estelle J. Anderson do 125.00 

Jansen Chapman Jack Edwards 65.00 

Mitchell Corp do 135.00 

First Federal Savings & Loan Assn Joshua Eilberg 350.00 

McLean-Hobbs Marvin L. Esclu 325.00 

Cunningham Drug Store, Inc do_. . 25.00 

William M.Sinclair Co Walter E. Fauntroy 125.00 

Western Catholic Union Paul Findley ... 110.00 

Harry Lefever Hamilton Fish, Jr 125.00 

Hudson Savings & Loan Assn do 100.00 

John I. Smith, Sr do 75.00 

Navarro Travis Corp O. C. Fisher 200.00 

E.G.Harper John J. Flynt, Jr 100.00 

Pipp, Inc Gerald R. Ford . 120.00 

William Siemasz William D. Ford 200.00 

John Homze do 150.00 

One Hundred-Twelve, Inc Bill Frenzel 200.00 

C. Sweet Smith, Jr Louis Frey, Jr 83.33 

Koger Properties, Inc do 116.67 

Rory Associates, Inc Cornelius E. Gallagher 150. 00 

224 Fifth Ave., Inc Joseph M. Gaydos 250.00 

Beauty Shopping Center, Inc Tom S. Gettys 100.00 

Hillsboro Bank Sam Gibbons 180.00 

Coast & Southern Federal Savings & Loan____ Barry M. Goldwater, Jr... 350.00 

City of New Britain Ella T. Grasso ... 200.00 

Catherine Kuca Kenneth J. Gray 300.00 

Phyllis Z. Birnkrant Martha W. Griffiths 150.00 

Simon, Blindman & Blindman H. R. Gross 300.00 

Francis B. Garvey James R. Grover, Jr 200.00 

Palo Alto Town & Country Village, Inc Charles S. Gubser 300.00 

Kensington Associates Gilbert Gude ' 150.00 

Robert P. Long Associates, Inc . do 50.00 

D. H.Sloan, Jr James A. Haley 100.00 

Egbert T. Smith Enterprises, Inc ...do 100.00 

Dillon Investment Co Durward G. Hall 200.00 

G. L. G. Associates Seymour Halpern 200.00 

Civic Center Enterprises Richard T. Hanna 350.00 

George F. Hanigan Julia Butler Hansen 100.00 

Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co Orval Hansen 50.00 

First Security Bank of Idaho do 117.00 

Batavia Professional Bldg William H. Harsha 165.00 

CMP Realty Co James Harvey 190.00 

Allegany Estates Corp James F. Hastings 145.00 

Canal National Bank William D. Hathaway 200.00 

Broadway Manchester Bldg. Corp Augustus F. Hawkins 200.00 

Frank M. Huff.. Wayne L. Hays 250.00 

Mid-Town Real Estate Co Ken Hechler 200.00 

One Washington Street Co Margaret M. Heckler 200.00 

Rutherford East, Inc Henry Helstoski 350.00 

Fanning Starkey Co Floyd V. Hicks 200.00 

Jamaica Realty Trust Louise Day Hicks 250.00 

Union Bank & Trust Co Elwood Hillis 125.00 

Iverson Mall Joint Venture Lawrence J. Hogan 200.00 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Chet Holifield. 192.00 

One Fourteen Corp John E.Hunt 100.00 

Robert Boakes do 100.00 

Houston Realty Investment Co Richard H. Ichord 100.00 

Baudendistel Real Estate do 100.00 

Indiana National Bank Andrew Jacobs, Jr 200.00 

Morton & 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 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 350. 00 

Peoples Savings & Loan Assn Alton Lennon 115. 00 

County Federal Savings & Loan Assn Norman F. Lent 250. 00 

Jena Insurance Agency, Inc Speedy O. Long 125. 00 

T. N. Fidel.... _. Manuel Lujan, Jr 100.00 



211 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 
Members' district office rentals for July 1972— Continued 

Lessor Congressman 



1972 



Aug. 1 811 Borel Estate Co Paul N. McCloskey, Jr $20 1£2 

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 27b. 00 

Ogdensburg Trust Co Robert C. McEwen 100. 00 

Prescott Properties, Inc John J. McFalL ^« 

First Security Bank of Utah Gunn McKay 150. 00 

John Porcelli & Associates Stewart B. McKinney ?KMK 

D A C Associates _ do 150.00 

Robert N. Richardson"!"""/.''!!""-" j'ohn L. McMillan 125.00 

Glen D. Crumal Robert B. (Bob) Mathias 165. 00 

Hawaiian Savings & Loan Assn Spark M. Matsunaga 3o0. 00 

Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Co John Melcher 60. 10 

Phala Redeen. _ ... ...do 75.00 

Collier-Lewis ReYTty Co!!! Ralph H. Metcalfe 350.00 

First National Bank of Pecria Robert H. Michel 200. 00 

Albert Lencioni Abner J. Mikva 150. 00 

Abraham Kofman George P. Miller 200.00 

Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Assn William 0. Mills 200. 00 

Harry Amsterdam — - Joseph G. Mimsh 150. 00 

T. Tomita, Inc Patsy T. Mink 200. 00 

Jack W. Stollof & Others ParrenJ. Mitchell 350. 00 

D. L. Phillips Investment Builders, Inc Warner (Vinegar Bend) Mizell ??9-"? 

C. &W. Corp Robert H. Mollohan 116.75 

Washington Trust Bldgs., Inc Thomas E. Morgan 275. 00 

Alfred &Jean Porkolab Charles A. Mosher. 

3215 W. 103d St. Bldg Morgan F. Murphy, 

Rufus Brandenburg William H. Natcher... 

William Parker ~ Lucien N. Nedzi 120.00 

Citizens Bank Ancher Nelsen J^-99 

Equitable Reaity Corp Robert N. C. Nix 150.00 

William Ross & John B. Bruff James G. O'Hara 350. 00 

Northland Television, Inc Alvin E. O'Konski 350. 00 

Ouachita National Bank Otto E. Passman • 

Roger Curtis Jerry L. Pettis 175. 00 

242 Building. do 150.00 

Phelps Dodge Cable & Wire Co.. _ Peter A. Peyser £}„J5; 

Oneida County Eisenhower Club, Inc Alexander Pirnie «00 

Dominick J. Cisternino Bertram L. Podell 350- 00 

Joseph & Marilyn Bacher Walter E. Powell o99/99 

S. J. M. Bldg. Corp Roman C. Pucinski ZOO. 00 

Preston Tower Graham Purcell ZO ,°,-99 

Fred W.Schuster Albert H. Quie 138.00 

Welty Bros. Auctioneers, Inc Wm. J. Randall „„2„5! 

Kenwood Holding Corp., Inc Charles B. Rangel T^X™ 

West Side Legislative Service Center do 



120. 00 
200. 00 
105. 00 



William Horowitz Thomas M. Rees ??„■ XX 

Ahrle Properties Ogden R. Reid 350.00 

Charno, Glassner, Tehan, Clancy & Taitel- Henry S. Reuss J50.0U 

man. _ oc ._ 

Metropolitan Bldg Donald W. Riegle.Jr 325.00 

Farmers & Merchants National Bank J. Kenneth Robinson ;,n 9.9 

Liverpool Realty Co Robert A. Roe 135.00 

Law Building, Inc Paul G. Rogers 220.00 

American National Bank.. Teno Roncalio ,99/99 

Rose Kokot Fred B. Rooney 175.00 

Leonard L. Levin Dan Rostenkowski onn -„„ 

Nader, Inc J. Edward Roush slx-22 

F. G. & H. J. Kennedy John H. Rousselot 350.00 

First National Bank of Dona Ana County Harold Runnels J99-99 

Mary Ruth McCrory. do 125.00 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Earl B. Ruth 112.00 

Ideal Management Corp William F. Ryan focnn 

Ackerman Realty Co Charles W. Sandman, Jr HZnn 

Salvatore & Rose Consalvo.Sr do ,,9/ 99 

Vincent Casale.... do 140-00 

Emma M. Butler Paul S. Sarbanes 200.00 

Sailon Realty Corp.. James H. Scheuer ;in™ 

Henry Michel, Inc.... do... isS" 2S 

Lot No. 2 Co John G. Schmitz 2 00 .00 

Fidelity National Bank of Pennsylvania Herman T. Schneebeli „£„„„ 

Union Bldg. Co Fred Schwengel 250.00 

Richard D. Boyd Keith G. Sebelius 40.00 

Grant Washington Professional Bldg John F. Seiberling Z5 9„9 

Jo Ann Watson George E. Shipley 200.00 



212 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 

Members' district office rentals for July 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Aug. 1 811 Wolford Hotel Co. George E. Shipley $150.00 

11th Ave. Corp Dick Shoup 325.00 

Eight-Thirty, Inc Garner E. Shriver 200.00 

Robert B. Lambert Joe Skubitz 90.00 

Robert Linn ...do 50.00 

William N. Caton do 55.00 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp Henny P. Smith III... 140.00 

Insurance Exchange Bldg Neal Smith 290.00 

Bryson Land Co., Inc.. Gene Snyder 130.00 

Mrs. Hub S. Covington Floyd Spence 100.00 

Champaign National Bank... William L. Springer 220.00 

Andrews Helen A. Detch Harley 0. Staggers 135.00 

Coral Ridge Bldg. Co J. William Stanton 200.00 

George & Olvna M. Faubion, Jr Tom Steed 100.00 

Evelyn P. Lonergan Robert H.Steele. 200.00 

Southern Mutual Insurance Co Robert G. Stephens, Jr 225.00 

Griggs-Ficklin, Inc •_ do 100.00 

Goodman Development Co., Inc Samuel S. Stratton 300.00 

Professional 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 

La Arcada Investment Corp do 100.00 

John E. Tyo John H.Terry 60.00 

Gamma Associates, Ltd _ Fletcher Thompson 350.00 

Farmers & Merchants Bank Vernon W. Thomson 75.00 

Newburg Associates , Inc . .do 100. 00 

Veterans Bldg. Corp. Charles Thone 200.00 

Samuel Nardone & Co Robert O. Tiernan 200.00 

Margaret S'tegeman Maentz Guy Vander Jagt 50.00 

University Park Professional Bldg ..do 140.00 

Hilltop Management Co Charles A. Vanik 230.00 

Edgar E. Pankey & Floyd A. Blower Victor V. Veysey 200.00 

Park View Professional Centre do _ 87.50 

David L. Ekker Joseph P. Vigorito... 150.00 

John Doles, Jr Joe D. Waggonnerjr... 100.00 

James D. & Diane Y. Martin.. Jerome R. Waldie. 250.00 

Jim Dougherty William C. Wampler.... 150.00 

Burton's Ins. Agency, Inc do 200.00 

Trustees for Delaware County Republican John Ware 100.00 

Committee. 

Chester County Republican Committee do 210.00 

Allegheny Sales Co J. Irving Whalley 100.00 

Will A. Hickman Jamie L. Whitten 125.00 

Wiener & Weiss Charles E.Wiggins.. 323.00 

Township of Springfield Lawrence G. Williams 200.00 

Robert M. Golden Bob Wilson 350.00 

John V. Avakian Charles H. Wilson.. 175.00 

CD. Murphy, A. F.Kimball & M.J. Salomone. Lester L. Wolff. 350.00 

Minthorn Properties Wendell Wyatt 150.00 

Homeway Realty Corp _. John W. Wydler.. 350.00 

Colonial Berk Real Estate Co... Gus Yatron 100.00 

Leona Wozinski. Clement J. Zablocki 150.00 

Meridian Corp Roger H. Zion 65.00 

2 887 Janss Ccrp.-William Walters Co. _. Craig Hosmer. 172.00 

888 Hamlin Bank & Trust Co Albert W. Johnson ,_ 35.00 

889 10 Rutgers Place, Inc Frank Thompson, Jr 200.00 

11 1101 Andrew McNally John N. Erlenborn 200.00 

1102 Joseph F. Dobias William B. Widnall... 100.00 

15 1156 Romeo Gadoua... Wm S. Broomfield 150.00 

1157 Law & Finance Corp.... John H. Dent 260.00 

Members' district office rentals for August 1972: 

Lessor Congressman 

Sept. 1 1550 Great Bridge Developers Watkins M. Abbitt 120.00 

George Abbitt, Jr _ do 75.00 

B. & L. Co James Abourezk 133.00 

Dakota West Corp do 183.50 

Educational Alliance, Inc Bella S. Abzug 200.00 

Louis DeSena & C. Benedict Mauro Joseph P. Addabbo 100.00 

Arkansas State University Bill Alexander 200.00 

David Kay Glenn M. Anderson : 200.00 

Lloyd Ikerd _ do..._ 150.00 

Rock River Savings John B. Anderson 160.00 



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 

Members' district office rentals for August 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Sept. 1 1550 John E.Sloan, Jr William R. Anderson $200.00 

Mabel Finlayson Elizabeth Andrews. . . 150.00 

MYCO, Inc - John M. Ashbrook 100.00 

Mansfield Leland Corp __..do 300.00 

Robert M. Gilbert Wayne N. Aspinall 150.00 

840 Grand Concourse Associates Herman Badillo 275.00 

French Enterprise. Inc__ LaMar Baker 350.00 

Hiart & Green Enterprises. Nick Begich 325.00 

Johnston-Bush Alphonzo Bell... 200.00 

Holiday Office Park Associates Bob Bergland 300.00 

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 Fast Court St., Inc.. do 100.00 

Libtul Realty Co., Inc Jonathan B. Bingham 262.50 

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 

Abe Rothstein Frank J. Brasco. 200.00 

Forum Realty Corp William G. Bray 218.00 

Romeo Gadoua Wm. S. Broomfield 150. 00 

David S. Meyer III.. Donald G. Brotzman.. 130.88 

Office Centers, Inc Clarence J. Brown 100.00 

Pads, Inc., Investment Co James T. Broyhill 70.00 

Triplett Realty Co .do 133.00 

Dominion Management Co Joel T. Broyhill 305.97 

A. Gray Boylston J. Herbert Burke 165. 00 

Smith-Devine Real Estate... James A. Byrne.. 200.00 

Lucille & Howard Whittingham... Goodloe E. Byron 100.00 

Clavin Real Estate Hugh L Carey 200.00 

Ottawa Trust Realty Cliffard D. Carlson 75.00 

William H. Wake ....do 100.00 

D.R.K. Inv Charles J. Carney 360.00 

Eastwood Mall, Inc do 340.00 

Judson R. Hicks Elford A. Cederberg_ 175.00 

Edgar & Margaret M. Dunn, Jr Bill Chappelljr 200.00 

Ebony Enterprises, Inc... Shirley Chisholm 350.00 

Eureka Inn Don H.Clausen 80.00 

Wells Fargo Bank do.... 145.00 

Carl V. &/or Fern Jones Del Clawson 200. 00 

Richard Anderson, d.b.a. P.O.R., Inc William (Bill) Clay. 200.00 

J. W. Simoneau Sons Realty Corp James C. Cleveland 175.00 

JohnStorce! Harold R.Collier 150.00 

Christy Bldg James M. Collins 200.00 

Lex Terrae, Inc William M. Colmer 75.00 

First Agricultural National Bank Silvio O. Conte 200.00 

KGSCo John Conyers, Jr 200.00 

Ronald M. Colitti James C. Corman. 350. 00 

Chrispaul Core Lawrence Coughlin 200.00 

First National Bank of Mt. Prospect Philip M. Crane 350.00 

H.Foster Pettit William P. Curlin, Jr 350.00 

Liberty Savings & Loan Assn George E. Danielson 200.00 

First American Savings & Loan Assn. of Glenn R. Davis 265.00 

Wisconsin. 

Reed Offices, Inc John W. Davis... 200.00 

Quinco, Inc. E de la Garza 100.00 

Charles W.Schaefer... James J. Delaney 150.00 

Cascade Offices Co John Dellenback 165.00 

Professional Property Mgmt. Co Ronald V. Dehums 120.00 

Allan F. Glover.... Frank E. Denholm 200.00 

Wescott Hotel David W. Dennis 100.00 

Geo. Fleischer & Bernard Glieberman Charles C. Diggs, Jr.. 350.00 

Smith-Bisschop & Co John D. Dingell 200.00 

H. W. Guernsey Realtors. John G. Dow 200.00 

Israel Fridlich do 125.00 

W. C. McGuffey, Jr j'ohn Dowdy 140.00 

Court Plaza, Ltd Thomas N. Downing 200.00 

In Town Realty Trust Robert F. Drinan 100.00 

Lacava-Paino Realty Trust do 200.00 

PatT. Love. John J. Duncan 200.00 

Blount National Bank do 150.00 

Arnold Goldsborough._ Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont 350.00 

Morvel Realty Co., Inc Florecne P. Dwyer _ 200.00 

Pacific Property Management Co. Don Edwards 200.00 

Estelle J. Anderson .do 125.00 

Jansen Chapman _. Jack Edwards 65.00 

Mitchell Corp do 135.00 



214 

DETAiLED STATEMENT OF DEBASEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FOND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 

Members' district office rentals for August 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Sept. 1 1550 First Federal Savings & Loan Assn Joshua Eilberg $350.00 

Randolph Mgmt. Co Marvin L. Esch 325.00 

Cunningham Drugstores, Inc do 25.00 

William M. Sinclair Co __ Walter E. Fauntroy 125.00 

Western Catholic Union Paul Findley 110.00 

Harry Lefever_._. Hamilton Fish, Jr 125.00 

Hudson Savings & Loan Assn _._ do 100.00 

John I. Smith, Sr do _. 75.00 

Navarro Travis Corp O. C. Fisher 200.00 

E. G. Harper John J. Flynt, Jr 100.00 

Pipp, Inc _ Gerald R. Ford.. 120.00 

John Honze William D. Ford.. 150.00 

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. Gayclos 250.00 

Beaty Shopping Center, Inc Tom S. Gettys 100.00 

Hillsboro Bank Sam Gibbons 180.00 

Coast & Southern Federal Savings & Loan... Barry M. Goldwater, Jr 350.00 

City of New Britain Ella T. Grasso 200.00 

Catherine Kuca Kenneth J. Gray 300.00 

Phyllis Z. Birnkrant Martha W. Griffiths 150.00 

Simon, Blindman & Blindman __ H. R. Gross 300.00 

Francis B. Garvey James R. Grover, Jr 200.00 

Palo Alto Town & Country Village, Inc Charles S. Gubser... 300.00 

Kensington Associates. Gilbert Gude 150.00 

Robert P. Long Associates, Inc do 50.00 

D. H.Sloan, Jr James A. Haley 100.00 

Egbert T. Smith Enterprises, Inc do 100.00 

Dillon Investment Co Durward G. Hall _ 200.00 

G. L. G. Associates _. Seymour Halpern 200.00 

Civic Center Enterprises Richard T. Hanna 350.00 

George F. Hanigan Julia Butler Hansen 100.00 

Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co Orval Hansen 50.00 

First Security Bank of Idaho do 117.00 

Batavia Professional Bldg William H. Harsha 165.00 

CMP Realty Co James Harvey _ 243.84 

Allegany Estates Corp James F. Hastings 145.00 

Cana! National Bank William D. Hathaway 200.00 

Broadway Manchester Bldg. Corp Augustus F. Hawkins . 200. 00 

Frank M. Huff Wayne L. Hays. 250.00 

Mid-Town Real Estate Co Ken Hechler 200.00 

One Washington Street Co Margaret M. Heckler 200.00 

Rutherford East, Inc Henry Helstoski 350.00 

Fanning Starkey Co Floyd V. Hicks 200.00 

Jamaica Realty Trust Louise Day Hicks 250.00 

Union Bank & Trust Co Elwood 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 

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. 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. & Doris L. Mellon do 150.00 

Bank of Wood County Delbert L. Latta 84.00 

Tennessee St. Professional Center Robert L. Leggett 350.00 

Peoples Savings & Loan Assn Alton Lennon 115.00 

County Federal Savings & Loan Assn Norman F.Lent 250.00 

Jena Insurance Agency, Inc Speedy O. Long 125.00 

T. N. Fidel Manuel Lujan, Jr 100.00 

Borel Estate Co Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 200.00 

Noel Investment Co Mike McCormack 200.00 

Northeastern Pa. National Bank & Trust Co. Joseph M. McDade 175. CO 

Ogdensburg Trust Co Robert C. McEwen 100.00 

Prescott Properties, Inc John J. McFalL. 200.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 

Members' district office rentals for August 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Sept. 1 1550 First Security Bank of Utah Gunn McKay $150.00 

John Porcelli & Associates Stewart B. McKinney 200.00 

D. A. C. Associates do 150.00 

Robert N. Richardson John L. McMillan 125.00 

GlenD.Crumal Robert B. (Bob) Mathias 165.00 

Hawaiian Savings & Loan Assn Spark M. Matsunaga 350.00 

Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Co John Melcher 60.00 

Phaia Redeen do 75.00 

Collier-Lewis Realty Co Ralph H. Metcalfe 350.00 

First National Bank of Peoria Robert H. Michel 200.00 

Albert Lencioni Abner J. Mikva 150.00 

Abraham Kofman George P. Miller 200.00 

Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Assn William O. Mills 200.00 

Harry Amsterdam Joseph G. M^nish 150.00 

T. Tomita.lnc Patsy T. Mink 200.00 

JackW Stollof & Others Parren J. Mitchell 350.00 

D. L. Phillips Investment Builders, Inc Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell 350. 00 

C. & W. Corp Robert H. Mollohan. 116.75 

Washington Trust Bldgs., Inc Thomas E. Morgan . 275.00 

Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab Charles A. Mosher 120. 00 

3215 W. 103d St. Bldg Morgan F. Murphy 200.00 

Rufus Brandenburg._ _ William H. Natcher 105.00 

William Parker Lucien N. Nedzi 120.00 

Citizens Bank Ancher Nelsen 135.00 

Equitable Realty Corp Robert N. C. Nix 150.00 

William Ross & John B. Bruff James G. O'Hara 350. 00 

Northland Television, Inc Alvin E. O'Konski 350.00 

Ouachita National Bank Otto E. Passman 200.00 

Roger Curtis Jerry L. Pettis 175.00 

242 Building... ... do 150.00 

Phelps Dodge Cable & Wire Co Peter A. Peyser 250.00 

Oneida County Eisenhower Club, Inc Alexander Pirnie 200.00 

Dominick J. Cisternino Bertram L. Podell 350.00 

Joseph & Marilyn Bacher Walter E. Powell 200.00 

S. J. M. Bldg. Corp Roman C. Pucinski 200.00 

Preston Tower . Graham Purcell 200.00 

Fred W.Schuster Albert H. Quie 138.00 

Mrs. Lynn Sheeley .. James H. (Jimmy) Quillen 200.00 

Welty Bros. Auctioneers Inc Wm. J. Randall 20.00 

Kenwood Holding Corp. Inc Charles B. Rangel - 200.00 

West Side Legislative Service Center do -- 150.00 

William Horowitz Thomas M. Rees - 350.00 

Ahrle Properties Ogden R. Reid 350.00 

Charne, Glassner, Tehan, Clancy STaitelman. Henry S. Reuss 350.00 

Metropolitan Bldg Donald W. Riegle, Jr 325.00 

Farmers & Merchants National Bank J. Kenneth Robinson 130.00 

Liverpool Realty Co Robert A. Roe 135.00 

Law Building Inc Paul G. Rogers 320.00 

American National Bank . Teno Roncalio 200.00 

Rose Kokot Fred B. Rooney 175.00 

Leonard L. Levin Dan Rostenkowski 350.00 

Nader. Inc . - J. Edward Roush 200.00 

F. G. & H. J. Kenned'y John H. Rousselot 350.00 

Topeka Savings Assn William R. Roy 700. 00 

First National Bank of Dona Ana County Harold Runnels 100.00 

Mary Ruth McCrcry do 125.00 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Earl B. Ruth 112.00 

Ideal Management Corp William F.Ryan 350.00 

Ackerman Realty Co . . Charles W. Sandman, Jr 125.00 

Salvatore & Rose Consalvo, Sr do 50.00 

Vincent Casale.. do 140. 00 

Emma M. 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 »3.?S 

Union Bldg Co .. .. Fred Schwengel 250.00 

Richard D. Boyd Keith G. Sebelius o22 

Grant Washington Professional Bldg John F. Seiberling 250. 00 

Jo Ann Watson George E. Shipley - ?°2- 22 

Wolford Hotel Co. ....do 150.00 

ilth Ave. Corp... Dick Shoup 325.00 

Eight-Thirty, Inc Garner E. Shriver 2 22-22 

Robert B. Lambert Joe Skubitz 90-00 

Robert Linn. do ■- 50.00 

William N. Caton . do 55.00 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp Henry P. Smith III. --- 140.00 



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Dste No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 

Members' district office rentals for August 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Sept. 1 1550 Insurance Exchange Bldg NealSmith... $290.00 

Bryson Land Co., Inc Gene Snyder .. 130.00 

Mrs. Hub S. Covington Floyd Spence 100.00 

Champaign National Bank William L. Springer 220.00 

Andrew & Helen A. Detch Harley 0. Staggers .. .. 135.00 

Coral Ridge Bldg. Co J. William Stanton 200.00 

George & Olvna M. Faubion, Jr Tom Staed 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 

La Arcada Investment Corp do 100. Co 

John E. Tyo John H. Terry 60.00 

Gamma Associates, Ltd Fletcher Thompson 350.00 

Farmers & Merchants Bank _ Vernon W. Thomson 75.00 

Newburg Associates, Inc do 100.00 

Veterans Bldg. Corp^. Charles Thone 500.00 

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 230.00 

Edgar E. Pankey & Floyd A. Blower Victor V. Veysey 200.00 

Park View Professional Centre do 87. 50 

David L. Ekker Joseph P. Vigorito 150.00 

John Doles, Jr Joe D. Waggonner, Jr.._ 100.00 

James D. & Diane Y. Martin Jerome R. Waldie 250.00 

Jim Dougherty William C. Wampler 150.00 

Burton's Ins. Agency, Inc _.do___ 200.00 

Trustees for Delaware County Republican John Ware 100.00 

Committee. 

Chester County Republican Committee do 210.00 

Allegheny Sales Co J. Irving Whalley 100.00 

Will A. Hickman _. Jamie L. Whitten 125.00 

Wiener & Weiss Charles E.Wiggins 323.00 

Township of Springfield Lawrence G. Williams 200.00 

Robert M. Golden Bob Wilson 350.00 

John V. Avakian Charles H. Wilson 175.00 

C. D. Murphy, A. F.Kimball & M.J. Saiomone. Lester L.Wolff 350.00 

Minthorn Properties Wendell Wyatt. 150.00 

Homeway Realty Corp John W. Wydler 350.00 

Colonial Berk Real Estate Co Gus Yatron _ 100.00 

Leona Wozinski Clement J. Zablocki 150.00 

Meridian Corp Roger H. Zion 65.00 

1611 Michael J. Kane William A. Barrett 325.00 

(July) 

14 185i Do _ William A. Barrett.... 325.00 

1852 JanssCorp.-William Walters Co Craig Hosmer 172.00 

1853 10 Rutgers Place, Inc Frank Thompson, Jr 200.00 

1854 Joseph F. Dobias „ William B. Widnall 100.00 

1863 Law & Finance Corp John H. Dent 260.00 

1918 Andrew McNally John N. Erlenborn 200.00 

1920 Robert Farrel! James A. Burke 400.00 

(July-August) 

19 1995 Sylvan Center, Inc Jack McDonald 600.00 

(July-August) 

Members' district office rentals for September 1972: 

Lessor Congressman 

Oct. 2 2418 Great Bridge Developers Watkins M. Abbitt 120.00 

George Abbitt.Jr do 75.00 

B. & L Co.._ James Abourezk 133.00 

Dakota West Corp do.__. 183.50 

Educational Alliance, Inc Bella S. Abzug 200.00 

Louis DeSona & C. Benedict Mauro Joseph P. Addabbo 100. 00 

Arkansas State University Bill Alexander 200.00 

Pacific Trade Center.. Glenn M.Anderson 200.00 

Lloyd Ikerd do.. 150.00 

Rock River Savings _. John B. Anderson 160.00 

John E. Sloan, Jr William R.Anderson 200.00 

Mabel Finlayson Elizabeth Andrews 150.00 

MYCO, Inc John M. Ashbrook.. 100.00. 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 

Members' district office rentals for September 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Oct. 2 2418 Mansfield Leland Corp John M. Ashbrook... $150 00 

Robert M. Gilbert Wayne N. Aspniall 150 00 

840 Grand Concourse Associates Herman Badillo 275 00 

French Enterprise, Inc LaMar Baker ^50 00 

Hiatt & Green Enterprises Nick Begich 325 00 

Johnston-Bush Alphonzo Bell " 200 00 

Holiday Office Park Associates Bob Bergland. . __ '00 00 

Betty M. Drake Jackson E. Betts " ~ko' 00 

Mid-Ohio Bldg. Corp do .. 62' 50 

Frank Pedatella Mario Biaggi ... 200 00 

M. & M. Holding Co Edward G. Biester, Jr """ ioo'oo 

68 East Court St., Inc do 100 CO 

Libtul Realty Co., Inc Jonathan B. Bingham 262 50 

David Harrison, Jr., d.b. a. Branchdale Bldg_. Ray Blanton 20000 

Linbeck Enterprises, Inc Frank T. Bow 200 00 

Mcrt Linder & Associates John Brademas 2000O 

Abe Rothstein Frank J. Brasco 200 00 

Forum Realty Corp William G. Bray 21800 

Romeo Gadoua Wm. S. Broomfield 15000 

David S. Meyer III Donald G. Grotzman 13088 

Office Centers, Inc Clarence J. Brown 100 00 

Pado, Inc., Investment Co James T. Broyhill "" 70' 00 

Triplett Realty Co do 133 00 

Dominion Management Co Joel T. Broyhill "" 305 °7 

A.Gray Boylston J. Herbert Burke 165 00 

Smith-Devine Real Estate James A. Byrne 200 00 

Lucille & Howard Whittingham Goodloe E. Byron 100 00 

Columbia Service Properties do " 50000 

Clavin Real Estate... Hugh L. Carey 200 00 

Ottawa Trust Realty Cliffard D. Carson 75 00 

William H. Wake do 100 00 

D.R.K. Inv Charles J. Carney 180 00 

Eastwood Mall, Inc do 170 00 

Judson R. Hicks Dford A. Cederberg 175 00 

Edgar & Margaret M. Dunn, Jr Bill Chappell, Jr 200 00 

Ebony Enterprises, Inc Shirley Chisholm 350 00 

Eureka Inn Don H. Clausen... 30 00 

Wells Fargo Bank do 180 00 

Carl V. &/or Fern Jones Del Clawson '00 00 

Richard Anderson, d.b. a. P.O.R., Inc... William (Bill) Clay 200 00 

J. W. Simoneau Sons Realty Corp James C. Cleveland 17^00 

John Storcel Harold R. Collier 150 00 

Christy Bldg James M. Collins 200 00 

LexTerrae, Inc William M. Colmer 75 00 

Emilio F. Cappelli William S. Conover II 66 67 

First Agricultural National Bank Silvio O. Conte 200.00 

KGS Co _ John Convers, Jr 200 00 

Ronald M. Colitti James C. Corman ■ 350 00 

Chrispaul Corp Lawrence Coughlin 200 00 

First National Bank of Mt. Prospect Philip M. Crane 350 00 

H. Foster Pettit William P. Curlin, Jr "" 35000 

Liberty Savings & Loan Assn George E. Danielson 200.00 

First American Savings & Loan Assn. of Glenn R. Davis "" 265 00 

Wisconsin. 

Reed Offices, Inc John W. Davis 200.00 

Quinco, Inc E de la Garza 100 00 

Charles W. Schaefer James J. Delaney 150 00 

Cascade Offices Co John Dellenback 165 00 

Professional Property Mgmt. Co Ronald V. Dellums. 120 00 

Alan F. Glover Frank E. Denholm 200.00 

Westcott Hotel David W. Dennis . 100.00 

Geo. Fleischer & Bernard Glieberman.. Charles C. Diggs, Jr . . _ 350 00 

Smith-Bisschop & Co John D. Dingell 20o!oO 

H. W. Guernsey Realtors John G. Dow.. 200.00 

Israel Fridlich do .. " 125 00 

W. C. McGuffey, Jr j'ohn Dowd'y 14o!oO 

Court Plaza, Ltd Thomas N. Downing.. 200 00 

Lacava-Paino Realty Trust Robert J. Drinan 250.00 

In Town Realty Trust .do. . 100 00 

Blount National Bank John J. Duncan. 150 00 

PatT. Love.... do 200.00 

Arnold Goldsborough Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont.... 350.00 

Morvel Realty Co., Inc Florence P. Dwyer 200.00 

Pacific Property Management Co Don Edwards 200.00 

Estelle J. Anderson do. 125 00 

Jansen Chapman jack Edwards "'...['. 65i00 

Mitchell Corp ..do 135.00 

First Federal Savings & Loan Assn Joshua Eilberg 350 00 

Wilson White Co Marvin L. Esch " " 325.' 00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 

Members' district office rentals for September 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Oct. 2 2418 Cunningham Drugstores, Inc do $25.00 

William M. Sinclair Co Walter E. Fauntroy 125.00 

Western Catholic Union Paul Findley 110.00 

Harry Lefever Hamilton Fish, Jr 125.00 

Hudson Savings & Loan Assn do 100.00 

John I. Smith, Sr do 75.00 

Navarro Travis Corp O. C. Fisher 200.00 

E. G. Harper John J. Flynt, Jr 100.00 

Pipp, Inc Gerald R. Ford 120.00 

John Homze William D. Ford 150.00 

One Hundred-Twelve, Inc Bill Frenzel 200.00 

C. Sweet Smith, Jr Louis Frey, Jr 83.33 

Koger Properties, Inc do 116.67 

Rory Associates, Inc Cornelius E. Gallagher 150.00 

224 Fifth Ave., Inc Joseph M. Gaydos 250.00 

Beaty Shopping Center, Inc Tom S. Gettys 100.00 

Hillsboro Bank Sam Gibbons 180.00 

Coasts Southern Federal Savings & Loan Barry M. Goldwater, Jr 350.00 

City of New Britain Ella T. Grasso 200.00 

Catherine Kuca Kenneth J.Gray 300.00 

Phyllis Z. Birnkrant Martha W. Griffiths. 150.00 

Simon, Blindman & Blindman H. R. Gross 300.00 

Francis B. Garvey James R. Grover, Jr 200.00 

Palo Alto Town & Country Village, Inc Charles S. Gubser 300.00 

Kensington Associates Gilbert Gude 150.00 

Robert P. Long Associates, Inc do 50.00 

D. H. Sloan, Jr James A. Haley 100.00 

Egbert T. Smith Enterprises, Inc do 100.00 

Dillon Investment Co Durward G. Hall 200.00 

G. L. G. Associates Seymour Halpern 200.00 

Civic Center Enterprises Richard T. Hanna 350.00 

George F. Hanigan Julia Butler Hansen 100.00 

Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co Orval Hansen 50.00 

First Security Bank of Idaho do 117.00 

Batavia Professional Bldg William H. Harsha. 165.00 

CMP Realty Co James Harvey 275.00 

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 .. Wavne L. Hays 250.00 

Mid-Town Real Estate Co Ken Hechler 200.00 

One Washington Street Co Margaret M. Heckler 200.00 

Rutherford East, Inc _ Henry Helstoski 350.00 

Fanning Starkey Co Floyd V. Hicks 200.00 

Jamaica Realty Trust Louise Day Hicks 250.00 

Union Bank & Trust Co Elwood 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 300.00 

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. 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. & Doris L. Mellon.. _ ....do.. 150.00 

Bank of Wood County. Delbert L. Latta._ 84.00 

Tennessee St. Professional Center Robert L. Leggett 350.00 

Peoples Savings & Loan Assn .. Alton Lennon. _ 115.00 

County Federal Savings & Loan Assn Norman F. Lent 250.00 

Jena Insurance Agency, Inc. Speedy O. Long.. 125.00 

T.N.Fidel Manual Lujan.Jr 100.00 

Borel Estate Co Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 200.00 

Noel Investment Co.. Mike McCormack 200.00 

Northeastern Pa. National Bank & Trust Co. Joseph M. McDade i 175.00 

Sylvan Center, Inc Jack H. McDonald. 300.00 

Ogdensburg Trust Co.. Robert C. McEwen 100.00 

Prescott Properties, Inc. John J. McFall 200.00 



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Date 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1972 
Oct. 2 



MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 
Members' district office rentals for September 1972 — Continued 



Lessor 



Congressman 



2418 First Security Sank of Utah _ Gunn McKay 

John Porcelli & Associates Stewart B. McKinney 

D A C. Associates - ---do 

Robert N. Richardson — - John L. McMillan..- 

Glen D Crumal -- Robert B. (Bob) Mathias 

Hawaiian Savings & Loan Assn Spark M. Matsunaga... 

Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Co John Meicher 

Pha'a Redeen — - --do 

Collier-Lewis Realty Co — - Ralph H. Metcaue 

First National Bank of Peoria Robert H. Michel 

Albert Lencioni - -- Abner J. Mikva 

Abraham Kofman George P. Miller.. 

Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Assn William 0. Mills 

Harry Amsterdam - -- Joseph G. Minish 

T. Tomita, Inc --- Patsy T Mink 

Jack W.Stollof & Others Parren J. Mitchell 

D L Phillips Investment Builders, Inc Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) MizelL 

c'&W Corp Robert H. Mollohan 

Washington Trust Bldgs., Inc Thomas E. Morgan 

Alired & Jean J. Porkolab... Charles A. Mosher 

3215 W 103d St. Bldg.. Morgan F. Murphy. 

Rufus Brandenburg- William H. Natcher 

William Parker -- Lucien N Nedzi 

Citizens Bank... -- Ancher Nelsen... 

Equitable Realty Corp Robert N.C.Nix 

William Ross & John 8. Bruff James G. Hara 

Northland Television, Inc. - Aivin E. O'Konski 

Ouachita National Bank Otto E. Passman 

Roger Curtis - Jerry L. Pettis... 

242 Building --- ......do 

Phelps Dodge Cable & Wire Co Peter A. Peyser 

Oneida County Eisenhower Club, Inc Alexander Pirnie.. 

Dominick J. Cisternino Bertram L. Podell 

Joseph & Marilyn Bacher Walter E. Powell 

S J M Bldg Corp , Roman C. Pucinski 

Preston Tower — - Graham Purcell 

Fred W. Schuster Albert H. Quie. -------- -—- 

Mrs LynnSheeley James H. (Jimmy) Qu illen — 

Kenwood Holding Corp., Inc. Charles B. Rangel... 

West Side Legislative Service Center do 

William Horowitz Thomas M. Rees 

Ahrle Properties Ogden R. Reid 

Charne, Glassner, Tehan, Clancy & Taitel- Henry S. Reuss 

Metropolitan Bldg Donald WRiegle, Jr. 

Farmers & Merchants National Bank J. Kenneth Robinson 

Liverpool Realty Co Robert A. Roe 

Law Building, Inc - Paul G. Rogers 

American National Bank. Teno Roncalio 

Rose Kokot Fred B. Rooney 

Leonard L. Levin Dan Rostenkowski 

Nader, Inc J- Edward Roush - 

F G &H J.Kennedy. John H. Rcusselot 

fopeka Savings Assn.. _ William R.Roy 

First National Bank of Dona Ana County Harold Runnels _ 

Mary Ruth McCrory .do 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Earl B. Ruth 

Ideal Management Corp. William F. Ryan 

Ackerman Realty Co - Charles W. Sandman, Jr 

Vincent Casale.... -; d °----- -- 

Emma M. Butler... - Paul S. Sarbanes 

Sailon Realty Corp.. -- James H. Scheuer.. 

Lot No. 2 Co .-- ---- John G. Schrmtz 

Fidelity National Bank of Pennsylvania Herman T. Schneebeli. 

Union Bldg Co Fred Schwengel .- 

Richard D. Boyd Keith G. Sebelius 

Grant Washington Professional Bldg John F. Seiberling 

Jo Ann Watson... - George E. Shipley 

Wolford Hotel Co do 

11th Ave. Corp. Dick Shoup 

Eight-Thirty, Inc - Garner E. Shriver... 

Robert B. Lambert.. - JoeSkubitz 

Robert Linn --- - do — 

William N.Caton.... - — do .—- 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. Henry P. Smith 111. 

Insurance Exchange Bldg Neal Smith... 



$150.00 
200.00 
150.00 
125.00 
165.00 
350. 00 
60.00 
75.00 
350.00 
200.00 
150.00 
200.00 
200. 00 
150.00 
200.00 
350. 00 
350.00 
116.75 
275. 00 
120. 00 
200. 00 
105.00 
120.00 
135.00 
150.00 
350. 00 
350. 00 
200.00 
175.00 
150.00 
250.00 
200.00 
350.00 
200. 00 
200.00 
200. 00 
138. 00 
2G0. 00 
200.00 
150.00 
350. 00 
350. 00 
350. 00 

325. 00 
130.00 
135.00 
270.00 
200. 00 
175.00 
350. 00 
200. 00 
350. 00 
350. 00 
100.00 
125.00 
112.00 
350. 00 
125.00 
140.00 
200. 00 
135.00 
200. 00 
163.75 
250. 00 
40.00 
25C.00 
200. 00 
150. 00 
325. 00 
200. 00 
90. 00 
50.00 
55.00 
140.00 
290. 00 



-914—73- 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 

Members' district office rentals for September 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Oct. 2 2418 Bryson Land Co., Inc ._. GeneSnyder $130.00 

Mrs. Hub S. Covington Floyd Spence 100.00 

Champaign National Bank William L. Springer 220.00 

Andrew & Helen A. Detch Harlev O. Staggers.. 135.00 

Coral Ridge Bldg. Co J. William Stanton 200.00 

George & Olvna M. Faubion, Jr Tom Steed 100.00 

Evelyn P. Lonergan Robert H. Steele.. 200.00 

Southern Mutual Insurance Co Robert G. Stephens, Jr 225.00 

Griggs-Ficklin, Inc. do 100.00 

Goodman Development Co., Inc Samuel S. Stratton 300.00 

Professional 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 

La Arcada Investment Corp do 100.00 

John E. Tyo... John H. Terry 60.00 

Gamma Associates, Ltd Fletcher Thompson... 350.00 

Farmers & Merchants Bank Vernon W. Thomson 75.00 

Newburg Associates, Inc do 100.00 

Veterans Bldg. Corp Charles Thone 350.00 

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. 230.00 

Edgar E. Pankey & Floyd A. Blower Victor V. Veysey 200.00 

Park View Professional Centre do 87.50 

David L. Ekker Joseph P. Vigorito 200.00 

John Doles, Jr Joe D. Waggonner, Jr 100.00 

James D. & Diane Y. Martin Jerome R. Waldie 250.00 

Jim Dougherty William C. Wampler _. 150.00 

Burton's Ins. Agency, Inc do 200.00 

Trustees for Delaware County Republic John Ware 100.00 

Committee. 

Chester County Republican Committee do 210. 00 

Allegheny Sales Co J. Irving Whalley 100.00 

Will A. Hickman Jamie L. Whitten 125.00 

Wiener & Weiss Charles E. Wiggins 323.00 

Township of Springfield Lawrence G. Williams 200.00 

Robert M. Golden Bob Wilson 350.00 

John V. Avakian Charles H. Wilson 175.00 

C. D. Murphy, A. F.Kimball & M.J. Salomone. Lester L. Wolff 350.00 

Minthorn Properties Wendell Wyatt 150.00 

Homeway Realty Corp John W. Wylder 350.00 

Colonial Berk Real Estate Co _ Gus Yatron 100.00 

Leona Wozinski Clement J. Zablocki 150.00 

Merdian Corp Roger H.Zion 65.00 

2456 Rubman Construction Co.. _ Jonathan B. Bingham 175.00 

(July-August) 

Robert Farrell. James A. Burke 200.00 

Michael J. Kane... William A. Barrett 325.00 

Law & Finance Corp John H. Dent 260.00 

Andrew McNally John N. Erlenborn 200.00 

Janss Corp.-William Walters Co Craig Hosmer 172.00 

Hamlin Bank & Trust Co Albert W. Johnson 70.00 

(August-September) 

10 Rutgers Place, Inc Frank Thompson, Jr 200. 00 

Peter J. Grewach William L. Hungate 450.00 

(July-September) 

Members' district office rentals for October 1972: 

Lessor Congressman 

Nov. 1 3316 Great Bridge Developers Watkins M Abbitt 120.00 

George Abbittjr do 75.00 

B. & L. Co James Abourezk 133.00 

Dakota West Corp- do 183.50 

Educational Alliance Inc Bellas. Abzug 200.00 

Louis DeSepa & C. Benedict Mauro Joseph P. Addabbo 100.00 

Arkansas State University. Bill Alexander.- 200.00 

Pacific Trade Center Glenn M. Anderson 200.00 

Lloyd Ikerd.. do 150.00 

Rock River Savings John B. Anderson 160.00 

John E. Sloan, Jr. William R. Anderson 200.00 

Mabel Finlayson. Elizabeth Andrews 150.00 

MYCO, Inc John M. Ashbrook... 100.00 





2457 


11 


2656 




2658 




2659 




2660 




2661 


16 


2789 


17 


2931 



221 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 

Members' district office rentals for October 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

N)V. 1 3316 Mansfield Leland Corp John M. Ashbrook $150.00 

Robert M. Gilbert Wayne N. Aspinall 150.00 

840 Grand Concourse Associates Herman Badillo 275.00 

French Enterprise, Inc LaMar Baker 350.00 

Hiatt & Green Enterprises Nick Begich 325.00 

Johnston-Bush Alphonzo Bell 200.00 

Holiday Office Park Associates Bob Bergland 300.00 

Betty M. Drake Jackson E. Betts 60.00 

Mid-Ohio Bids. Corp do 62.50 

Frank Pedate'la Mario Biaggi 200.00 

M. & M. HoldingCo Edward G. Biester, Jr 100.00 

68 East Court St., Inc do 100.00 

Libtul Realty Co., Inc Jonathan B. Bingham 262.50 

David Harrison, Jr., d.b.a. Branchdale Bldg__ Ray Bianton 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 218.00 

Romeo Gadoua Wm. S. Broomfield 150.00 

David S. Meyer III Donald G. Brotzman 130.88 

Office Centers, Inc Clarence J. Brown 100.00 

Pado, Inc., Investment Co James T. Broyhill . . 70.00 

Triplett Realty Co do 133.00 

Dominion Management Co Joel T. Brovhill . . 305.97 

A. Gray Boylston J. Herbert Burke 165.00 

Robert J. Farrell James A. Burke 200.00 

Smith-Devine Real Estate James A. Byrne 200.00 

Lucille & Howard Whittingham Goodloe E. Byron 100.00 

Columbia Service Properties do 250.00 

Clavin Real Estate Hugh L. Carey.. 200.00 

Ottawa Trust Realty Cliffard D. Carlson 75.00 

William H. Wake do 100.00 

D.R.K. Inv Charles J. Carney 180.00 

Eastwood Mall, Inc do 170.00 

Jack B. Mitchell & Landis Whitt Tim Lee Carter 838. 00 

Judson R. Hicks Elford A Cederberg 175.00 

Edgar & Margaret M. Dunn, Jr Bill Chappel, Jr 200.00 

Ebony Enterprises, Inc Shirley Chisholm. 350.00 

Eureka Inn Don H. Clausen 80.00 

Wells Fargo Bank do 180.00 

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 

Christy Bldg James M. Collins 200.00 

Lex Terrae, Inc William M. Colmer 75.00 

Emilio F. Cappelli William S. Conover II 125.00 

First Agricultural National Bank Silvio 0. Conte 200. 00 

KGS Co John Conyers, Jr 200.00 

Ronald M. Colitti James C. Corman 350.00 

Chrispaul Corp. Lawrence Coughiin 200. 00 

First National Bank of Mt. Prospect... Philip M. Crane 350. 00 

H. Foster Pettit William P. Curlin, Jr 350.00 

Liberty Savings & Loan Assn George E. Danielson.. 200. 00 

First American Savings & Loan Assn, of Glenn R. Davis 265.00 

Wisconsin 

Reed Offices, Inc.- John W. Davis.... 200. 00 

Quinco, Inc E de la Garza 100.00 

Charles W. Schaefer James J. Delaney 150.00 

Cascade Offices Co John Dellenback 165.00 

Professional Property Mgmt. Co Ronald V. Dellums 120.00 

Alan F. Glover Frank E. Denholm 200.00 

Westcott Hotel _._ David W. Dennis 100.00 

Geo. Fleischer & Bernard Glieberman Charles C. Diggs, Jr. 350.00 

Smith-Bisschop & Co John D. Dingell 200.00 

H. W. Guernsey Realtors _ John G. Dow 200.00 

W. C. McGuffey, Jr John Dowdy 140.00 

Court Plaza, Ltd Thomas N. Downing 200.00 

In Town Realty Trust Robert F. Drinan 100.00 

Lacava-Paino Realty Trust do. 250.00 

Pat T. Love John J. Duncan 200.00 

Blount National Bank. do 150.00 

Arnold Goldsborough Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont.. 350.00 

Morvel Realty Co., Inc.. Florence P. Dwyer 200.00 

Pacific Property Management Co Don Edwards 200. 00 

Estelle J. Anderson do 125.00 

Jansen Chapman.. Jack Edwards 65.00 



222 

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D at e No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 
Members' district office rentals for October 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1 972 

Nov 1 3316 Mitchell Corp Jack Edwards $135.00 

First Federal Savings & Loan Assn Joshua Eilberg.. 350.00 

Cunningham Drugstores, Ir.c Marvin L. Esch 25.0C 

Wilson White Co., Inc do 325.00 

William M. Sinclair Co Walter E. Fauntroy 125.00 

Western Catholic Union Paul Findley 110. 00 

Harry Lefever Hamilton Fish, Jr 125.00 

Hudson Savings & Loan Assn do 100. 00 

John I. Smith, Sr. do 75.00 

Navarro Travis Corp O. C. Fisher 200. 00 

E G Harper John J. Flynt, Jr 100.00 

p'jnn Inc Gerald R. Ford 120.00 

John Homze William D. Ford 150.00 

One Hunderd-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 

924 Fifth Ave., Inc Joseph M. Gaydos 250.00 

Beaty Shopping Center, Inc Tom S. Gettys 100.00 

Hillsboro Bank Sam Gibbons 180.00 

Coast & Southern Federal Savings & Loan__. Barry M. Goldwater, Jr 350. 00 

Citv of New Britain Ella T. Grasso 200.00 

Catherine Kuca Kenneth J. Gray 300.00 

Phyllis Z.Birnkrant Martha W. Griffiths 150.00 

Simon Blindman & Blindman.. H. R. Gross 300.00 

Francis B. Garvey James R. Grover, Jr 200.00 

Palo Alto Town & Country Village, Inc Charles S. Gubser 300.00 

Kensmgton 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 

Dillion Investment Co Durward G. Hall 200.00 

G L G Associates Seymour Halpern. 200.00 

Civic Center Enterprises Richard T. Hanna 350.00 

George F Hanigan Julia Butler Hansen 100.00 

Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co Orval Hansen 50.00 

First Security Bank of Idaho do 117.00 

Batavia Professional Bldg William H. Harsha J,!? 5 ™ 

CMP Realty Co James Harvey. 

Allegany Estates Corp James F. Hastings... 

Canal National Bank William D. Hathway. 

Broadway Manchester Bldg. Corp. _. Augustus F. Hawkins 

Frank M Huff Wayne L. Hays 250.00 

Mid-Town Real Estate Co Ken Hechler 200.00 

One Washington Street Co Margaret M. Heckler 200.00 

Rutherford East, Inc Henry Helstoski. 350.00 

Fanning Starkey Co Floyd V Hicks 200.00 

Jamaica Realty Trust Louise Day Hicks 250.00 

Union Bank & Trust Co Elwood Hillis — 125.00 

lverson Mall Joint Venture _ Lawrence J. Hogan 200.00 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Chet Holifield 192.00 

One Fourteen Corp John E. Hunt- 
Robert Boakes do 



Jack O. & Doris L. Mellon dc. 

Bank of Wood County Delbert L. Latta.. 

Tennessee St. Professional Center Robert L. Leggett. 

Peoples Savings & Loan Assn Alton Lennon 

County Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Norman F. Lent.. 

Jena Insurance Agency, Inc Speedy O. Long 



T N . . 

Borel Estate Co Paul N. McCloskey. Jr. 

Noel Investment Co Mike McCormack 



275. 00 
145.00 
200. 00 
200. 00 



100. 00 
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 

1/b. 0U 



150.00 
182. 50 
200. 00 



Mace Bldg Hastings Keith... 

5820 Main St., Inc Jack F. Kemp 200.00 

j p McGirr Co., Inc Carleton J. King 150.00 

Joseph Harnik John C. Kluczynski 

Cooper Realty Co Dan Kuykendall... 

Knox Broadcasting, Inc... Peter N Kyros 

Ronald D. Jacobson...- Earl F. Landgrebe ?°°-00 

150. 00 
84.00 
350. 00 
115.00 
250. 00 
125.00 



Fidel Manuel Lujan, Jr 100.00 



200.00 
200.00 



Northeastern Pa.Nalionai Bank &YruVtCo" Joseph M. McDade... 235.50 



223 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CGNT.NGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1972 

Nov. 1 



3316 



MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 
Members' district office rentals for October 1972 — Continued 



Lessor 



Congressman 



Sylv3n Center, Inc Jack H. McDonald 

Ogdensburg Trust Co Robert C. McEwen 

Prescott Properties, Inc John J. McFall 

First Security Bank of Utah Gunn McKay 

John Porcelli & Associates Stewart B.McKinney 

D.A.C. Associates do 

Robert N. Richardson John L. McMillan . 

Glen D. Crumal Robert B.(Bob) Mathias 

Hawaiian Savings & Loan Assn Spark M. Matsunaga 

Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Co. John Melcher _ 

Phala Radeen do 

Collier-Lewis Realty Co. Ralph H. Metcalfe.. 

First National Bank of Peoria Robert H. Michel 

Albert Lencioni Abner J. Mikva _ 

Abraham Kofman George P. Miller 

Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Assn William 0. Mills. 

Harry Amsterdam Joseph G. Minish 

T. Tomiia, Inc Patsy T. Mink 

Jack W. Stollof & Others Parren J. Mitchell. 

D. L. Phillips Investment Builders, Inc Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizeil. 

C. a W. Corp Robert H. Mollohan 

Washington Trust Bldgs., Inc _ Thomas E. Morgan. 

Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab . . . Charles A. Mosher.. 

3215 W. 103d St. Bldg Morgan F. Murphy 

Riifus Brandenburg William H. Natcher 

William Parker Lucien N. Nedzi 

Citizens Bank Ancher Nelsen 

Equitable Realty Corp. ._ Robert N. C. Nix 

William Ross & John B. Bruff James G. O'Kara 

Northland Television, Inc Alvin E. O'Konski 

Ouachita National Bank Otto E. Passman 

Roger Curtis Jerry L. Petiis 

242 Building do 

Phelps Dodge Cable & Wire Co Peter A. Peyser 

Oneida County Eisenhower Club, Inc Alexander Pirnie 

Dominick J. Cisternino Bertram L. Podell 

Joseoh & Marilyn Bacher.. Walter E. Powell 

S.J.M. Bldg. Corp Reman C. Pucinski 

Preston Tower. Graham Parcel! 

Fred W. Schuster Albert H. Quia 

Mrs. Lynn Sheeley James H. (Jimmy) Quillen 

Kenwood Holding Corp., Inc Charles B. Rangel 

West Side Legislative Service Center do 

William Horowitz Thomas M. Rees. 

Ahrle ProDerties Ogden R. Reid... 

Charne,Glassner,Tehan,Clancy&Taitelman_ Henry S. Reuss 

Metropolitan Bldg Donald W. Riegle.Jr.__ 

Farmers & Merchants National Bank J. Kenneth Robinson 

Liveroocl Realty Co Robert A. Roe 

Law Building, Inc Paul G. Rogers 

Rose Kokot _ Fred B. Rooney 

Leonard L. Levin Dan Rostenkowski 

Nader, Inc J. Edward Roush 

F. G. & H. J. Kennedy John H. Rousselot. 

Torek? Savings Assn William R. Roy 

First National Bank of Dona Ana County Harold Runnels 

Mary Ruth McCrory do... 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Earl B. Ruth 

Ideal Management Corp.. William F. Ryan 

Ar.kerman Realty Co. Charles W. Sandman, Jr 

Vincent Casale do 

Emma M. Butler Paul S. Sarbanes 

Sailon Realty Corp James H. Scheuer . 

Let No. 2 Co John G. Schmitz.. 

Firielitv National Bank of Pennsylvania Herman T. Schneebeli 

Union Bldg Co Fred Schwengel 

Richard D. Boyd Keith G. Sebelius 

Grant Washington Professional Bldg. John F. Seiberling _ 

Jo Ann Watsnn George E.Shipley 

Wolford Hotel Co do... 

11th Ave. Corp Dick Shoup... 

Eight-Thirty, Inc Garner E. Shriver 

Robert B. Lambert JoeSkubitz 

Robert Linn do 

William N. Caton do... 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp Henry P. Smith III 



$300. 00 
100.00 
200. 00 
150.00 
200. 00 
150.00 
125.00 
165.00 
350.00 
60.00 
75.00 
350. 00 
200. 90 
150.00 
200. 00 
200. 05 
150.00 
200.00 
350.00 
350.00 
116.75 
275.00 
120.00 
200 no 
105.00 
120. 00 
13) 00 
153.00 
350.00 
350. 00 
200. Oil 
175.00 
150.00 
250. 00 
200. 00 
350. 01) 
200. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
133.00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
150.00 
350. 00 
350. 00 
350. 00 
325. 00 
130.00 
135.00 
270. 00 
175.00 
350. 00 
200. 00 
350.00 
350. 00 
100. 00 
125.00 
112.00 
350. 00 
125.00 
140.00 
200. 00 
150.00 
200. 00 
163.75 
250.00 
40.00 
250. 00 
200. 00 
150.00 
325. 00 
200. 00 
90.00 
50.00 
55.00 
140.00 



224 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 

Members' district office rentals for October 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Nov. 1 3316 Insurance Exchange Bldg.. Neal Smith $290.00 

Bryson Land Co., Inc Gene Snyder 130.00 

Mrs. Hub S. Covington Floyd Spence 100.00 

Champaign National Bank.. _. William L. Springer 220.00 

Andrew & Helen A. Detch Harley 0. Staggers 135.00 

Coral Ridge Bldg. Co J. William Stanton 200.00 

George & Olvna M. Faubion, Jr. Tom Steed 100.00 

Evelyn P. Lonergan Robert H. Steele 200.00 

Southern Mutual Insurance Co Robert G. Stephens, Jr 225.00 

Griggs-Ficklin, Inc do 100.00 

Goodman Development Co., Inc Samuel S. Stratton... 300.00 

Professional 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 

La Arcada Investment Corp do 100.00 

John E. Tyo John H. Terry. 60.00 

Gamma Associates, Ltd Fletcher Thompson _ 350.00 

Farmers & Merchants Bank... _ Vernon W. Thomson.. 75.00 

Newburg Associates, Inc do.__ 1C0. 00 

Veterans Bldg. Corp Charles Thone 350.00 

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 230.00 

Edgar E. Pankey & Floyd A Blower... Victor V. Veysey 200.00 

Park View Professional Centre do 87.50 

David L. Ekker _ Joseph P. Vigorito 200.00 

John Doles, Jr_ _ _.. Joe D. Waggonner, Jr 100.00 

James D. & Diane Y. Martin Jerome R. Waldie... 250.00 

Jim Dougherty William C. Wampler.. 150.00 

Burton's Ins. Agency, Inc do 200.00 

Trustees tor Delaware County Republican John Ware 100.00 

Committee. 

Chester County Republican Committee do 210.00 

Allegheny Sales Co J. Irving Whalley 100.00 

Will A. Hickman Jamie L. Whitten 125.00 

Wiener & Weiss Charles E. Wiggins 323.00 

Township of Springfield Lawrence G. Williams.. 200. 00 

Robert M. Golden Bob Wilson 350.00 

John V. Avakian Charles H. Wilson 175.00 

C. D. Murphy, A. F. Kimball & M.J. Salomone. Lester L. Wolff 350. 00 

Minthorn Properties Wendell Wyatt 150.00 

Homeway Realty Corp John W. Wydler 350.00 

Colonial Berk Real Estate Co... Gus Yatron 100.00 

Leona Wozinski Clement J. Zablocki 150.00 

Meridian Corp... Roger H. Zion 65.00 

13 3587 Michael J. Kane William A. Barrett 325.00 

3588 Janss Corp.-William Walters Co Craig Hosmer 172.00 

3589 10 Rutgers Place, Inc Frank Thompson, Jr 200.00 

3590 Joseph F. Dobias William B. Widnall... 100.00 

3591 Do.. William B. Widnall 100.00 

(September) 

3624 Andrew McNally John N. Erlenborn 200. 00 

17 3754 Hamlin Bank & Trust Co Albert W. Johnson 35.00 

Members' district office rentals for November 1972: 

Lessor Congressman 

Dec! 1H4005 Great Bridge Developers Watkins M. Abbitt 120.00 

George Abbitt, Jr do _ 75.00 

B. & L. Co James Abourezk 133.00 

Dakota West Corp do 183.50 

Educational Alliance, Inc Bella S. Abzug 200.00 

Louis DeSena & C. Benedict Mauro Joseph P. Addabbo 100.00 

Arkansas State University Bill Alexander 200.00 

Pacific Trade Center Glenn M. Anderson 200.00 

Lloyd Ikerd ....do 150.00 

Rock River Savings John B. Anderson 160.00 

John E. Sloan, Jr William R. Anderson 200.00 

Mabel Finlayson Elizabeth Andrews... _ 150.00 

MYCO, Inc John M. Ashbrook 100.00 

Mansfield Leland Corp .do... 150.00 

Robert M. Gilbert Wayne N. Aspinall 150.00 

840 Grand Concourse Associates Herman Badillo 275.00 



225 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 
Members' district office rentals for November 1972 — Continued 



1972 
Dec. 1 



1005 



Lessor 



Congressman 



French Enterprise, Inc LaMar Baker... 

Hiatt & Green Enterprises... Nick Begich 

Johnston-Bush Alphonzo Bell 

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 .. 

David S. Meyer III Donald G. Brotzman 

Office Centers, Inc. Clarence J. Brown 

Pado, Inc., Investment Co James T. Broyhill 

Triplett Realty Co. do 

Dominion Management Co Joel T. Broyhill 

A. Gray Boylston J. Herbert Burke 

Robert J. Farrell James Burke 

Smith-Devine Real Estate James A. Byrne 

Lucille & Howard Whittingham Goodloe E. Byron 

Columbia Service Properties do 

Clavin Real Estate Hugh L. Carey 

Ottawa Trust Realty. Cliffard D. Carlson 

William H. Wake do 

D.R.K. Inv Charles J. Carney. 

Eastwood Mall, Inc... _ do 

Jack B. Mitchell & Landis Whitt- Tim Lee Carter. 

Judson R. Hicks Elford A. Cederberg 

Edgar & Margaret M. Dunn, Jr Bill Chappell, Jr 

Ebony Enterprises, Inc 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 

Christy Bldg James M. Collins 

Lex Terrae, Inc William M. Colmer 

Emilio F. Cappelli Wm. S. Conover 

First Agricultural National Bank Silvio 0. Conte 

KGS Co John Conyers,Jr 

Ronald M. Colitti James C. Corman 

Chrispaul Corp Lawrence Coughlin 

First National Bank of Mt. Prospect.. Philip M. Crane 

H. Foster Pettit William P. Curlin, Jr.... 

Liberty Savings & Loan Assn George E. Danielson 

First American Savings & Loan Assn. of Glenn R. Davis 

Wisconsin. 

Rend Offices, Inc John W. Davis 

Qulnco, Inc E de la Garza 

Charles W. Schaefer James J. Delaney 

Cascade Offices Co John Dellenback 

Professional Property Mgmt. Co... Ronald V. Dellums 

Alan F. Glover Frank E. Denholm 

Westcott Hotel David W. Dennis 

Geo. Fleischer & Bernard Glieberman. Charles C. Diggs.Jr 

Smith-Bisschop & Co John D. Dingell 

H. W. Guernsey Realtors John G. Dow 

W. C. McGuffey, Jr John Dowdy 

Court Plaza, Ltd Thomas N. Downing ... 

In Town Realty Trust Robert F. Drinan 

Lacava-Paino Realty Trust. do 

PatT. Love John J. Duncan 

Blount National Bank do 

Arnold Goldsborough. Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont. 

Morvel Realty Co., Inc Florence P. Dwyer 

Pacific Property Management Co Don Edwards 

Estelle J. Anderson do 

Jansen Chapman jack Edwards 

Mitchell Corp do 

First Federal Savings & Loan Assn Joshua Eilberg 

Wilson White Co., Inc Marvin L. Esch 



$350. 00 
325. 00 
200. 00 
300.00 

60.00 

62.50 
200. 00 
100.00 
100.00 
262. 50 
200. 00 
200. 00 
200.00 
200. 00 
218.00 
150.00 
130. 88 
100. 00 

70.00 
133.00 
305. 97 
165.00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
100. 00 
250. 00 
200. 00 

75.00 
100. 00 
180. 00 
170.00 
225. 00 
175.00 
200. 00 
350. 00 

80.00 
180.00 
200. 00 
200.00 
175.00 
150.00 
200. 00 

75.00 
125.00 
200.00 
200.00 
350. 00 
200. 00 
350. 00 
350. 00 
200. 00 
265.00 

200. 00 
100.00 
150.00 
165.00 
120.00 
200. 00 
100.00 
350.00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
140.00 
200. 00 
100.00 
250. 00 
200. 00 
150.00 
350. 00 
200.00 
200.00 
125.00 
65.00 
135.00 
350. 00 
325.00 



226 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTiNGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 

Members' district office rentals for November 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Dec. 1 4005 Cunningham Drugstores, Inc Marvin L. Esch $25.00 

William M. Sinclair Co Walter E. Fauntroy 125.00 

Western Catholic Union Paul Findley 110.00 

Harry Lefever Hamilton Fish, Jr 125.00 

Hudson Savings & Loan Assn do 100.00 

John I. Smith, Sr do 75.00 

Navarro Travis Corp O. C. Fisher 200.00 

E. G. Harper John J. Flvnt, Jr 100.00 

Piop, Inc :.„ Gerald R. Ford 120.00 

John Homze. William D. Ford 150.00 

June 1 9552 One Hundred-Twelve, Inc Bill Frenzel 200.00 

C. Sweet Smith, Jr Louis Frey, Jr 83.33 

Koger Properties, Inc do 116.67 

Rory Associates, Inc Cornelius E. Gallagher 150 00 

224 Fifth Ave., Inc Joseph M. Gaydos 250.00 

Beaty Shopping Center, Inc Tom S. Gettys 100. 00 

Hillsboro Bank Sam Gibbons 180.00 

Coast & Southern Federal Savings & Loan... Barrv M. Goldwater, Jr 350.00 

City of New Britain Ella T. Grasso 200. 00 

Catherine Kuca Kenneth J. Grav 300 00 

Phyllis Z. Birnkrant Martha W. Griffiths 150.00 

Simon, Blindman & Blindman H. R. Gross 300.00 

Francis B. Garvev James R. Grover, Jr 200.00 

Palo Alto Town & Country Village, Inc Charles S. Gubser 300.00 

Kensington Associates Gilbert Gude 150.00 

Robert P. Long Associates, Inc do 50 00 

D. H. Sloan, Jr James A. Haley 100.00 

Egbert T. Smith Enterprises, Inc do 100.00 

Dillon Investment Co Durward G. Hall 200.00 

G. L. G. Associates Seymour Halpern 200.00 

Civic Center Enterprises Richard T. Hanna 350.00 

George F. Hanigan Julia Butler Hansen 100. 00 

Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co Orval Hansen 50. 00 

First Security Bank of Idaho do 117.00 

Batavia Professional Bldg William H. Harsha 165.00 

CMP Realty Co _.. James Harvey 275.00 

Allegany Estates Corp James F. Hastings 145.00 

Canal National Bank William D. Hathaway 200.00 

Broadway Manchester Bidg. Corp Augustus F. Hawkins 200 00 

Frank M. Huff Wayne L. Havs 250 00 

Mid-Town Real Estate Co Ken Hechler 200.00 

One Washington Street Co. Margaret M. Heckler 200. 00 

Rutherford East, Inc Henry Helstoski ._ 350 00 

Fanning Starkey Co Floyd V. Hicks... 200.00 

Jamaica Realty Trust Louise Day Hicks 250.00 

Union Bank & Trust Co Elvvood 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 & Turnipseed Ed Jones 100.00 

J. I. Morgan Estate Waiter 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. Kins 150.00 

Joseph Harnik John C. Kluczvnski 150.00 

Cooper Realty Co Dan Kuykendall 182. 50 

Knox Broadcasting, Inc Peter N. Kyros 200.00 

Ronald D. Jacnbscn 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 350. 00 

Peoples Savings & Loan Assn Alton Lennon 115.00 

County Federal Savings & Loan Assn Norman F. Lent 250.00 

Jena Insurance Agency, Inc . . Speedy O. Long 125.00 

T.M.Fidel Manuel Lujan, Jr 100.00 

Borel Estate Co _ Paul M. McCloskey, Jr 200.00 

Noel Investment Co. Mike McCormack 200.00 

Northeastern Pa. National Bank & Trust Co.. Joseph M. McDade 205.25 

Sylvan Center, Inc Jack H. McDonald 300.00 

Ogdensburg Trust Co Robert C. McFwen 100.00 

Prescott Properties, Inc John J. McFall. 200.00 



227 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1972 

June 1 



9552 



MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 
Members' district office rentals for November 1972 — Continued 



Lessor 



Congressman 



First Security Bank of Utah Gunn McKay 

John Porcelli & Associates Stewart B. McKinney 

D.A.C. Associates do 

Robert N. Richardson John L. McMillan 

Glen D. Crumal Robert B. (Bob) Mathias 

Hawaiian Savings & Loan Assn Spark M. Matsunaga 

Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Co John Melcher 

Phala Redeen do 

Collier-Lewis Realty Co __ Ralph H. Metcalfe 

First National Bank of Peoria Robert H. Michel 

Albert Lencioni Abner J. Mikva 

Abraham Kofman George P. Miller 

Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Assn William 0. Mills 

Harry Amsterdam Joseph G. Minish 

T. Tomita, Inc Patsy T. Mink 

Jack W. Stollof & Others Parren J. Mitchell 

D. L. Phillips Investment Builders, Inc Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) MizelL 

C. & W. Corp Robert H. Mollohan 

Washington Trust Bldgs., Inc Thomas E. Morgan 

Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab _. Charles A. Mosher 

3215 W. 103d St. Bldg Morgan F. Murphy 

Rufus Brandenburg William H. Natcher 

William Pa-ker Lucien N. Nedzi 

Citizens Bank Ancher Nelsen 

Equitable Realty Corp Robert N. C. Nix 

William Ross & John B. Bruff James G. O'Hara 

Northland Television, Inc Alvin E. O'Konski _.. 

Ouachita National Bank Otto E. Passman 

Roger Curtis Jerry L. Pettis 

242 Building... do 

Phelps Dodge Cable & Wire Co Peter A. Peyser 

Onieda County Eisenhower Club, Inc Alexander Pirnie 

Dominick J. Cisternino Bertram L. Podell 

Joseph & Marilyn Bacher Walter E. Powell 

S. J. M. Bldg. Corp Roman C. Pucinski 

Preston Tower Graham Purceil 

Fred W. Schuster. Albert H. Quie 

Mrs. Lynn Sheeley James H. (Jimmy) Quillen 

Kenwood Holding Corp., Inc Charles B. Rangel 

West Side Legislative Service Center do 

William Horowitz Thomas M. Rees 

Ahrle Properties _. Ogden R. Reid 

Charne.GlassnerTehan, Clancy &Taitelman_ Henry S. Reuss 

Metropolitan Bldg Donald W. Riegle, Jr 

Farmers & Merchants National Bank J. Kenneth Robinson 

Liverpool Realty Co Robert A. Roe. 

Law Building, Inc Paul G. Rogers 

Rose Kokot Fred B. Rooney 

Leonard L. Levin Dan Rostenkowski 

Nader, Inc J. Edward Roush 

F. G. & H.J. Kennedy John H. Rousselot 

Topeka Savings Assn William R. Roy 

First National Sank of Dona Ana County Harold Runnels 

Mary Ruth McCrory do 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Earl B. Ruth 

Ideal Management Corp William F. Ryan 

Ackerman Realty Co Charles W. Sandman, Jr 

Vincent Casale do 

Emma M. Butler Paul S. Sarbanes 

Sailon Realty Corp James H. Scheuer 

Lot No. 2 Co John G. Schmitz 

Fidelity National Bank of Pennslyvania Herman T. Schneebeli 

Union Eldg. Co Fred Schwengel 

Richard D. Boyd., Keith G. Sebelius 

Grant Washington Professional Bldg John F. Seiberling 

Jo Ann Watson George E. Shipley 

Wolford Hotel Co.. do 

11th Ave. Corp Dick Snoup 

Eight-Thirty, Inc Garner E. Shriver 

Robert B. Lambert Joe Skubitz 

Robsrt Linn . . ...do. . 

William N. Caton do 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp Henry P. Smith 111 

Insurance Exchange Bldg Neal Smith 

Bryson Land Co., Inc Gene Snyder 

Mrs. Hub S. Covington Floyd Spence... 

Champaign National Bank William L. Springer 



$150.00 
200. 00 
150.00 
125.00 
165.00 
350. 00 
60.00 
75.00 
350. 00 
200. 00 
150.00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
150.00 
200. 00 
350.00 
350.00 
116.75 
275.00 
120.00 
200.00 
105.00 
120.00 
135.00 
150.00 
350.00 
350.00 
200. 00 
175.00 
150.00 
250. 00 
200.00 
350. 00 
200.00 
200.00 
200. 00 
138.00 
200.00 
200. 00 
150.00 
350.00 
350. 00 
350.00 
325.00 
130.00 
135.00 
270.00 
175.00 
350.00 
200. 00 
350. 00 
350. 00 
100. 00 
125. 00 
112.00 
350.00 
125.00 
140. 00 
200. 00 
150. 00 
200. 00 
163.75 
250. 00 
40.00 
250. 00 
200. 00 
150.00 
325. 00 
200. 00 
90.00 
50.00 
55.00 
140. 00 
290. 00 
130. 00 
100. 00 
220.00 



228 

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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS— Continued 

Members' district office rentals for November 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

June 1 9552 Andrew & Helen A. Detch Harley 0. Staggers $135.00 

Coral Ridge Bldg. Co J. William Stanton 200.00 

George & Olvna M. Faubion, Jr Tom Steed 100.00 

Evelyn P. Lonergan Robert H.Steele 200.00 

Southern Mutual Insurance Co... Robert G.Stephens, Jr 225.00 

Griggs-Ficklin, Inc do 100.00 

Goodman Development Co., Inc.. Samuel S. Stratton 300.00 

Professional 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 

La Arcada Investment Corp do 100. 00 

John E. Tyo John H. Terry 60.00 

Gamma Associates, Ltd Fletcher Thompson 350.00 

Farmers & Merchants Bank Vernon W. Thomson 75.00 

Newburg Associates, Inc do 100.00 

Veterans Bldg. Corp Charles Thone 350.00 

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 230.00 

Edgar E. Pankey & Floyd A. Blower Victor V. Veysey 200.00 

Park View Professional Centre do 87.50 

David L. Ekker Joseph P. Vigorito 200.00 

John Doles, Jr Joe D. Waggonner, Jr 100.00 

James D. & Diane Y. Martin Jerome R. Waldie 250. 00 

Jim Dougherty William C. Wampler 150.00 

Burton's Ins. Agency, Inc do 200.00 

Trustees for Delaware County Republican John Ware 100.00 

Committee. 

Chester County Republican Committee do 210.00 

Allegheny Sales Co J. Irving Whalley 100. 00 

Will A. Hickman Jamie L. Whitten. 125.00 

Wiener & Weiss Charles E. Wiggins 323.00 

Township of Springfield Lawrence G. Williams.. 200.00 

Robert M. Golden Bob Wilson 350.00 

John V. Avakian Charles H. Wilson 175.00 

C. D. Murphy, A. F. Kimball & M. J. Salomone. Lester L. Wolff 350. 00 

Minthorn Properties Wendell Wyatt 75.00 

Homeway Realty Corp... John W. Wydler 350.00 

Colonial Berk Real Estate Co Gus Yatron 100.00 

Richard L.Stewart C. W. Bill Young 500.00 

Leona Wozinski Clement J. Zablocki 150.00 

Meridian Corp Roger H. Zion 65.00 

12 4286 Michael J. Kane ... William A. Barrett 325.00 

4287 Law & Finance Corp John H. Dent 520.00 

(October-November) 

4288 Andrew McNally... John N. Erlenborn 200.00 

4289 Hamlin Bank & Trust Co Albert W. Johnson 35.00 

4290 10 Rutgers Place, Inc Frank Thompson, Jr 200.00 

4291 Joseph F. Dobias. . William B. Widnall 100.00 

19 4392 Harry F. Goeringer & Sons Daniel J. Flood.... 375.00 

(July-September) 

4457 JanssCorp.-William Walters Co.. Craig Hosmer 172.00 

Refunds and adjustments (1,490.00) 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations 273, 466. 84 

OFFICIAL OFFICE EXPENSES 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
June 30, 1971: 

Congressman 
1972 

Nov. 28 3861 Harley O. Staggers (quarterly periods ending Mar. 31 and June 30, 1970) 600. 00 

3862 Harley O. Staggers (quarterly periods ending Sept. 30 and Dec. 31, 1970) 600.00 

3863 Harley O. Staggers (quarterly periods ending Mar. 31 and June 30, 1971).. 600. 00 

Refunds and adjustments (300.00) 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 1,500.00 



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Date 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



1972 
July 3 



Amount 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
June 30, 1972: 

Congressman 

Joseph P. Addabbo 5fW 

John B. Anderson 3""-"" 

William R. Anderson 300. OU 

Mark Andrews 3™-"" 

John M. Ashbrook 30000 

Wayne N. Aspinall 300.00 

Herman Badillo. - 300.00 

Walters. Baring 300.00 

AlphonzoBell.. 300.00 

Edward G. Biester, Jr 300.00 

John A. Blatnik 300.00 

Frank T. Bow 300.00 

William G. Bray 300.00 

Goodloe E. Byron 300.00 

Elford A. Cederberg 300.P0 

Charles E. Chamberlain 222" SS 

Donald D. Clancy 300.00 

Frank M. Clark (period ending Mar. 31, 1972) --- 300.00 

Frank M. Clark 300.00 

DelClawson 300.00 

William R. Cotter 300.00 

Lawrence Coughlin IPui'nX 

DominickV. Daniels 300.00 

Glenn R. Davis --- 300.00 

Mendel J. Davis 300.00 

Florence P. Dwyer - 300.00 

BobEckhardt 300.00 

Jack Edwards 300.00 

Edwin D. Eshleman 300.00 

Louis Frey, Jr 300.00 

Robert N. Giaimo 300.00 

Henry B. Gonzalez 300.00 

Kenneth J. Gray 300.00 

Edith Green 300.00 

Martha W. Griffiths 300.00 

James R. Grover, Jr 300.00 

Lee H. Hamilton 300.00 

Julia Butler Hansen 300.00 

Orvai Hansen 300.00 

James F. Hastings 300.00 

William D. Hathaway 300.00 

Louise Day Hicks 300.00 

Chet Holifield 300.00 

Craig Hosmer 300.00 

Edward Hutchinson 300.00 

Peter N. Kyros 300.00 

Norman F. Lent 300.00 

Stewart B. McKinney 300.00 

Ray J. Madden 300.00 

Richard W. Mallary 233.80 

Dave Martin 300.00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias 300.00 

Romano L. MazzolL 300.00 

Lloyd Meeds 300.00 

John Melcher 300.00 

George P. Miller 300.00 

F. Bradford Morse 100.00 

Charles A. Mosher 300.00 

John E. Moss 300.00 

William H. Natcher 300.00 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 300.00 

Otto E. Passman 300.00 

Edward J. Patten 300.00 

Peter A. Peyser 300.00 

Alexander Pirnie 300.00 

W. R. Poage 300.00 

Richard H. Poff 300.00 

Thomas M. Rees 300.00 

John P. Saylor 300.00 

Garner E. Shriver 300.00 

John M. Slack 300.00 

H. Allen Smith (quarterlv periods ending Sept. 30 and Dec. 31, 1971, and Mar. 31 and 

June 30, 1972) 1,200.00 

SamSteiger 300.00 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr 300.00 

Louis Stokes.... 300. CO 



230 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DSSBURSEMENIS FRCM COfmNGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending June 30, 1972 — Continued 



1972 
Jdly 3 



Congressman 
2 Charles M. Teague... 


$300.00 


Charles W. Whalen, Jr 


300. 00 


G. William Whitehurst 


300. 00 


William B. Widnall 


300.00 


Bob Wilson 


300.00 


Charles H Wilson 


300.00 


Wendell Wyatt 


300. 00 


John W. Wydler 


300. 00 


John Young 


300. 00 


18 Earle Cabell 


300. 00 


23 Seymour Halpern 


300. 00 


114 Ronald V. Deilums 


300. 00 


118 Thomas G. Albernethy.. 


300. 00 


Carl Albert 


300. 00 


Bill Alexander 


300. 00 


Glenn M. Anderson 


300. 00 


Bill Archer 


300. 00 


LaMar Baker 


300.00 


William A. Barrett... 


300. 00 


Nick Besich 


300. 00 


Hale Boggs 


300. 00 


Jack Brinkley 


300. 00 


Wm. S. Broomfield... 


300. 00 


Omar Burleson . 


300. 00 


Philip Burton _ 


300 00 




300. 00 


Patrick T. Caffery 


300. 00 


James M. Collins 


300. 00 


William P. Curlin, Jr 


300. 00 


Dan Daniel 


300. 00 


George E. Danielson.. . 


300. 00 


Thomas N. Downing. 


300. 00 


Robert F. Drinan. 


300. 00 


Marvin L. Esch . 


300. 00 




300. 00 


0. C. Fisher 


300. 00 


William D. Ford . 


300. 00 


Donald M. Fraser . 


300. 00 




300. 00 




300. 00 


Joseph M. Gaydos.. 


300. 00 




300. 00 


Gilbert Gude . 


300. 00 




300. 00 


Durward G. Hall 


300. 00 




300.00 




300. 00 




300. 00 




300. 00 




300. 00 




300. 00 




212.79 




300. 00 




300. 00 




300. 00 
300. 00 




300. 00 




300. 00 




300. 00 


Robert L. Leggett 


300. 00 




300. 00 




300. 00 




300. 00 


Robert McClory 


300. 00 




300. 00 


John J. McFall 


300. 00 




300.00 


Wiley Mayne 


300. 00 


Ralph H. Metcalfe 


300. 00 


Robert H Michel 


300.00 




300. 00 




300. CO 




300. 00 




300. 00 




300. 00 


J. J. Pickle 


300.00 


Otis G. Pike 


300. 00 




300. 00 




300.00 



231 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Data No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending June 30, 1972 — Continued 



1972 
July 6 



Congressman 

118 JohnJ. Rhodes $300.00 

J. Kenneth Robinson 300.00 

Peter W. Rodino.Jr 300 00 

Paul G. Rogers '_'_ 300!00 

John J. Rooney 300.00 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal 300. 00 

Harold Runnels _ " 300 00 

Philip E. Ruppe ""'.'. 30o!oO 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr 300.00 

James H. Scheuer ~~~~~" 300.' 00 

John G. Schmitz "IY.'Sj. " 30Q 00 

William Lloyd Scott Y.'.'.'.'.Y.'.'.'.Y. .". 300! 00 

Keith G. Sebelius 300 00 

George E. Shipley "".'. 300! 00 

B. F. Sisk 300.00 

J. William Stanton _ 300.00 

James V. Stanton YYYSJi.VYl 300.00 

Robert H. Steele . " 300 00 

Frank A. Stubblefield (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, i%l2J....Y.'.Y.'.Y.'.'..'.'.'.Y.'.Y.". 300.00 

Frank A. Stubblefield 300.00 

James W. Symington """ 300 00 

Roy A. Taylor Y.YYYYY. 300." 00 

Vernon W. Thomson __ 300.00 

Charles A. Vanik ...WW 30000 

Victor V. Veysey YY . 300.00 

Joseph P. Vigorito . _ 300.00 

Jamie L. Whitten . ""':■' 300 00 

Larry Winn, Jr ". 300.00 

C. W. Bill Young ; 300.00 

Clement J. Zablocki ... 300.00 

203 Lawrence G. Williams ...... ~ 300.00 

208 Clarence J. Brown YY.YY.Y- 300! 00 

279 Fred B. Rooney . " 30000 

287 BellaS. Abzug (quarterly period ending Mar.31, 1972) " 300 00 

Bella S. Abzug 300.00 

Brock Adams _ 300.00 

Elizabeth (Mrs. George) Andrews - — — - - 250 00 

Les Aspin ~_~_~~~~~ 300.00 

Page Belcher 300.00 

Charles E. Bennett (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1972) . 300.00 

Charles E. Bennett _ _ 300 00 

Bob Bergland... ' 300.00 

John Brademas 300 00 

Joel T. Broyhill '.Y.YYYYY. 300.00 

J. Herbert Burke 300.00 

James A. Burke YY-YYYYYYYYYYYYYYY. 300.00 

Bill D. Burlison " """ """ 300 00 

Hugh L Carey YYYYYYYYYYYYY. 300!o0 

Bob Casey 300.00 

Emanuel Celler . 300.00 

John Conyers, Jr _„_"__ " "" 300.00 

David W. Dennis __ 300.00 

Edward J. Derwinski " 300.00 

Samuel L. Devine .„ .300 00 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr ... " 300.00 

John Dowdy . 300.00 

Thaddeus J. Dulski 150.00 

Don Edwards _ " 300 00 

Thomas S. Foley 30o!00 

Tom S. Gettys _. 300.00 

Sam Gibbons 300.00 

Ella T. Grasso _. 300.00 

H. R. Gross . 300.00 

Charles S Gubser 300.00 

Michael Harrington. """"""""" 300.00 

James Harvey . 300.00 

Robert E. Jones " " """ " 300.00 

Dan Kuykendall . . _ 300 00 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 300.00 

Jack H. McDonald " 300.00 

Robert C. McEwen (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1972) "" 300.00 

Robert C. McEwen 300.00 

Gunn McKay """"" 300.00 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt 300.00 

William S. Mailliard 300.00 

Spark M. Matsunaga 300.00 

Wilbur D. Mills . 300.00 

JohnS. Monagan 300.00 

William S. Moorhead ~ " " 330.00 



232 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1972 
July 13 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending June 30, 1972 — Continued 

Congressman 

287 Thomas E. Morgan 

John M. Murphy 

Walter E. Powell 

James H. (Jimmy) Quillen 

Wm. J. Randall 

J. Edward Roush 

John H. Rousselot 

William R. Roy (quarterly period ending Dec. 31, 1971) __ 

William R. Roy 

William F. Ryan 

William J. Scherle 

Herman T. Schneebeli 

Samuel S. Stratton 

John H. Terry 

Gus Yatron 

14 239 John Buchanan... 

293 Bill Chappelljr 

19 342 Parren J. Mitchell 

360 Tom BevilL 

Ray Blanton 

Charles J. Carney 

James C. Cleveland ; 

John W. Davis 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn 

John N. Erlenborn 

Gerald R. Ford 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr 

James J. Howard 

Albert W. Johnson 

Robert H. Mollohan 

Alvin E. O'Konski 

Jerry L. Pettis.. 

Tom Railsback 

Charles B. Rangel 

John R. Rarick 

Ray Roberts 

Dan Rostenkowski 

Paul S. Sarbanes 

Lionel Van Deerlin 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr 

Jerome R. Waldie 

Richard C. White 

362 James C. Corman 

369 Thomas L. Ashley (quarterly period ending Dec. 31, 1971) 

Thomas L. Ashley. 

Jonathan B. Bingham 

Edward P. Boland _ 

Ciiffard D. Carlson _ 

Barber B. Conable, Jr 

Silvio 0. Conte 

Jorge L. Cordova 

Ed Edmondson 

Edward A. Garmatz 

James M. Hanley 

Richard T. Hanna 

William L. H ungate 

John Jarman 

Robert W. Kastenmeier 

John Y. McCollister 

Joseph M. McDade 

Morgan F. Murphy 

Robert N. C. Nix 

Donald W. Riegle.Jr 

Earl B. Ruth 

JoeSkubitz 

Gene Snyder 

Floyd Spence 

Tom Steed 

Morris K. Udall 

Guy Vander Jagt.. 

William C. Wampler 

21 440 Bill Nichols.. - 

27 515 Mario Biaggi 

Ben B. Blackburn.. -- 

Richard Boiling 

James T. Broyhill - 

William (Bill) Clay (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1972) 

William (Bill) Clay.... 

JohL D. Dingell - 

Paul Findley 



$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 
100.00 
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 
252.30 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 



233 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1972 
July 27 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending June 30, 1972 — Continued 

Congressman 

515 Hamilton Fish, Jr $300.00 

Walter Flowers 300.00 

John Paul Hammerschmidt 300.00 

Augustus F. Hawkins .. . 300.00 

H. John Heinz III 300.00 

Richard H. Ichord 300.00 

Walter B. Jones 300.00 

John C. Kluczynski 300.00 

Sherman P. Lloyd 300.00 

Clarence D. Long 300.00 

Manuel Lujan, Jr 300.00 

John L. McMillan 300.00 

Dawson Mathis 300.00 

Albert H. Quie 300.00 

Howard W. Robison 300.00 

Robert A. Roe 300.00 

Edward R. Roybal 300.00 

William A. Steiger 300.00 

Leonor K. Sullivan 300.00 

Burt L. Talcott (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1972)... 300.00 

Burt L. Talcott. .__ 300.00 

Charles Thone 300.00 

Sidney R. Yates 300.00 

Aug. 1 818 Jackson E. Betts 4.53 

Donald G. Brotzman 300.00 

Philip M. Crane 300.00 

John Dellenback.. 300.00 

Edwin B. Forsythe 300.00 

Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen 300.00 

Floyd V. Hicks... 300.00 

Lawrence J. Hogan 300.00 

Frank Horton. 300.00 

John E. Hunt. 300.00 

William O. Mills... 300.00 

David Pryor 300.00 

Fernand J. St Germain... 300.00 

DickShoup 300.00 

Charles E. Wiggins 300.00 

9 994 Frank Annunzio 300.00 

John N. Happy Camp 300.00 

John C. Culver 300.00 

John G. Dow 300.00 

John J. Duncan 300.00 

Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont... 300.00 

William J. Green. 300.00 

John T. Myers 300.00 

David R. Obey 300.00 

David E. Satterfield III 300.00 

William L. Springer 300.00 

Frank Thompson, Jr 300.00 

29 1383 William S. Conover II 300.00 

John H. Dent.. 300.00 

William L. Dickinson _ 300.00 

Bill Frenzel 300.00 

Cornelius E. Gallagher 300.00 

Phil M. Landrum 300.00 

Lucien N. Nedzi 300.00 

Ogden R. Reid 300.00 

Teno Roncalio 300.00 

Fletcher Thompson 300.00 

Roger H. Zion. 300.00 

Sept. 6 1665 John W. Byrnes 300.00 

Don H. Clausen 300.00 

James A. McClure 300.00 

Clarence E. Miller. 300.00 

Robert Price (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1972) 300.00 

Robert Price 300.00 

Roman C. Pucinski (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1972) 300.00 

Roman C. Pucinski 300.00 

Henry S. Reuss 300.00 

AlUllman 300.00 

Chalmers P. Wylie 300.00 

Louis C. Wyman (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1972) 300.00 

Louis C. Wyman 300.00 

14 1882 G. Elliott Hagan 300.0o 

20 2022 Garry Brown 300.00 

George W. Collins (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1972).. 300. 00 

George W.Collins. 300.00 

Dante B. Fascell 300.00 

John J. Flyntjr. 300.00 



234 

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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending June 30, 1972 — Continued 

Congressman 
1972 

Sept. 20 2022 Flwood Hillis _ $300.00 

Carleton J. King 300.00 

Richardson Preyer.. 300.00 

John F. Seiberling.. 300.00 

Henry P.Smith ML 300.00 

27 2205 William R. Cotter (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1971) 300.00 

George A. Goodling. _ 300.00 

F. Bradford Morse 200.00 

Robert 0. Tiernan 300.00 

Oct. 2 2421 Shirley Chisholm 300.00 

L. H. Fountain (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1972) 300.00 

L. H. Fountain.. 300.00 

W. S. (Bill)Stuckey, Jr. (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1972) 300.00 

W.S. (Bill)Stuckey.Jr. 300.00 

4 2599 Joshua Eilberg (quarterly periods ending Sept. 30 and Dec. 31, 1971) 6C0.O0 

10 2647 Watkins M. Abbitt 300.00 

Tim Lee Carter 300.00 

James J. Delaney (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1972) 300.00 

James J. Delaney 300.00 

John Ware. 300.00 

16 2790 James Abourezk 300.00 

18 2955 Frank J. Brasco 300.00 

20 3008 Daniel J. Flood (quarterly periods ending Dec. 31, 1971; Mar 31 and June 30, 1972) 900.00 

24 3018 Joshua Eilberg 600.00 

Neal Smith.. _ 300.00 

J. Irving Whalley 300.00 

26 3145 Bertram L. Podell 300.00 

Nov. 13 3626 E cle la Garza 300.00 

3627 William E. Minshall. 300.00 

28 3864 Harley 0. Staggers (quarterly periods ending Sept. 30 and Dec. 31, 1971) 600.00 

Dec. 4 4051 Lester L. Wolff (quarterly period ending June 30, 1972) 300.00 

12 4282 Ken Hechler (quarterly period ending June 30, 1972) 300.00 

13 4334 John M. Zwach (quarterly period ending Dec. 31, 1971) 200.41 

4335 John M. Zwach (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1972) 297.41 

4336 John M. Zwach (quarterly period ending June 30, 1972) 293.25 



Total paid from 1972 appropriation. 129,494. 52 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
Sept. 30, 1972: 

Congressman 

Oct. 2 2420 Earle Cabell 300.00 

2459 Charles W.Sandman, Jr 300.00 

2462 Julia Butler Hansen.. 300.00 

3 2464 Seymour Halpern... 300.00 

2486 Otto E. Passman.. 300.00 

2488 Fred Schwengel... 300.00 

4 2556 Glenn M. Anderson... 300.00 

John B. Anderson.. 300.00 

William R. Anderson 300.00 

Mark Andrews. 300.00 

John M. Ashbrook 300.00 

Wayne N. Aspinall 300.00 

Herman Badillo 300.00 

Walters. Baring 300.00 

William A. Barrett 300.00 

Alphonzo Bell 300.00 

Edward G. Biesterjr 300.00 

Ben B. Blackburn 300.00 

John A. Blatnik 300.00 

Hale Boggs 300.00 

Edward P. Boland 300.00 

Jack Brinkley 300.00 

Wm. S. Broomfield 300.00 

Omar Burleson 300.00 

Phillip Burton 300.00 

Patrick T. Caffery 300.00 

Bob Casey 300.00 

Emanuel Celler 300.00 

Del Clawson 300.00 

JohnConyers.Jr 300.00 

William R. Cotter 300.00 

Lawrence Coughlin. 300.00 

John C. Culver 300.00 

William P. Curlin, Jr 300.00 

Dan Daniel _. 300.00 

Dominick V. Daniels. 300.00 

Glenn R. Davis 300. 00 



235 



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Date 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
Sept. 30, 1972— Continued 



1972 
Oct. 4 



Congressman 

2556 Mendel J. Davis - $300.00 

John J Delaney 300.00 

JohnH. Dent 300.00 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr... 300.00 

JohnG. Dow. 300.00 

Bob Eckhardt 300.00 

Fd Edmondson 300.00 

Jack Edwards 300.00 

Marvin L. Esch. 300.00 

Edwin D. Eshleman 300.00 

Frank E. Evans 300.00 

Walter E. Fauntroy 300.00 

O. C. Fisher 300.00 

John J. Flynt.Jr 300.00 

Louis Frey, Jr. 300.00 

Robert N. Giaimo 300.00 

Kenneth J. Gray 300.00 

Edith Green 300.00 

Martha W. Griffiths 300.00 

Gilbert Gude_. - 300.00 

Orval Hansen.... 300.00 

James F. Hastings 3»n.0ii 

William D. Hathaway. 300.00 

Wayne L. Hays.... 300.00 

F. Edward Hebert 300.00 

Craig Hosmer 300.00 

Fdward Hutchinson. 300.00 

Edward I. Koch 300.00 

Peter N. Kyros... _ 300.00 

Robeit L. Leggett... 300.00 

Norman Lent 300.00 

Arthur A. Link 300.00 

Robert McClory 300.00 

John Y. McCollister 300.00 

Mike McCormack... 300.00 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt... 300.00 

Stewr.rt B. McKinney 300.00 

John L. McMillan. 300.00 

Richard W. Mallary 289.88 

James R. Mann 300.00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias 300.00 

Lloyd Meeds 300.00 

John Melcher 300.00 

Ralph H. Metcalfe 300.00 

Robert H. Michel... 300.00 

George P. Miller 300.00 

Patsy T. Mink 300.00 

Parren J. Mitchell. 300.00 

Robert H. Mollohan 300.00 

JohnS. Monagan 300.00 

Thomas E. Morgan. 300.00 

John E. Moss. 300.00 

William H. Natcher 300.00 

James G.O'Hara... 300.00 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 300.00 

Edward J. Patten... 300.00 

Peter A. Peyser 300.00 

J.J. Pickle 300.00 

OtisG. Pike.. 300.00 

Alexander Pirnie 300.00 

W. R. Poage.... 300.00 

Richard H. Poff 200.00 

Graham Purcell _ 300.00 

Tom Railsback 300.00 

Wm. J. Randall 300.00 

Thomas M. Rees 300.00 

John J. Rooney 300.00 

John P.Saylor 300.00 

Donald W. Riegle, Jr.... 300.00 

Robert A. Roe 300.00 

Paul S. Sarbanes 300.00 

William J. Scherle.. 300.00 

John M. Slack. 300.00 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr 300.00 

W. s. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr 300.00 

Roy A. Taylor 300.00 

Charles M. Teague 300.00 

John H. Terry 300.00 

Vernon W. Thomson 300.00 

S8-014— 73 1X5 



236 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



1972 
Oct. 4 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
Sept. 30, 1972— Continued 

Congressman 

2556 Charles A. Vanik... 

Victor V. Veysey 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr 

William C. Wampler. 

G. William Whitehurst 

William B. Widnall .. 

Bob Wilson 

Charles H. Wilson. . . 

Wendell Wyatt . . 

John W. Wydler I."!"..!""""""!".".. 

Chalmers P. Wylie 

Clement J. Zablocki ... 

6 2637 Fred B. Rooney... 

2638 James C. Corman 

10 2646 Watkins M. Abbitt.. 

Thomas G. Abernethy 

Brock Adams 

Les Aspin 

Jonathan B. Bingham 

William G. Bray.. 

Joel T. Broyhill 

Bill D. Burlison 

James A. Byrne 

Goodloe E. Byron 

Cliffard D. Carlson 

Elford A. Cederberg__ 

Charles E. Chamberlain 

Donald D. Clancy 

George E. Danielson 

Edward J. Derwinski 

John D. Dingell 

John Dowdy 

Thomas N. Downing 

John N. Erlenborn 

Dante B. Fascell 

Thomas S. Foley 

Donald M. Fraser 

Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen 

Don Fuqua 

Cornelius E. Gallagher 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr 

Lee H. Hamilton 

John Paul Hammerschmidt 

James M. Hanley 

James Harvey 

Elwood Hill is 

James J. Howard 

Richard H. Ichord 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 

Albert W. Johnson 

Harold T. Johnson 

Charles Raper Jonas 

Robert E. Jones 

Joseph E. Karth 

Robert W. Kastenmeier 

William J. Keating 

John C. Kluczynski 

Dan Kuykendall 

Alton Lennon 

Speedy 0. Long 

Paul IN. McCloskey, Jr 

Gunn McKay 

Dawson Mathis 

Wiley Mayne 

Romano L. Mazzoli 

G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery.. 

William S. Moorhead 

Walter E. Powell 

James H. (Jimmy) Quillen 

Ogden R. Reid 

John J. Rhodes 

Howard W. Robison 

Paul G. Rogers. 

Dan Rostenkowski 

J. Edward Roush 

Harold Runnels 

Philip E. Ruppe 

David E. Satterfield III 



$300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. CO 
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 
201. 88 
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 



237 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1972 
Oct. 10 



2646 



2651 

12 2678 

13 2748 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
Sept. 30, 1972— Continued 

Congressman 

Herman T. Schneebeli 

Keith G. Sebelius 

Garner E. Shriver 

J. William Stanton... 

Louis Stokes 

Frank A. Stubblefield... 

Leonor K. Sullivan 

James W. Symington 

Robert 0. Tier nan _ 

Al Ullman.... 

Charles W. Whalen, Jr 

Richard C. White 

Jamie L. Whitten 

Lawrence G. Williams 

Larry Winn.Jr 

Sidney R. Yates 

Gus Yatron 

John Young 

Ronald V. Dellums 

James Abourezk 

Bill Alexander 

Page Belcher. -. 

Tom Bevill. 

Mario Biaggi 

Richard Boiling. 

John Brademas 

J. Herbert Burke 

John W. Byrnes 

Charles J. Carney 

Tim Lee Carter 

James M. Collins 

Barber B. Conable, Jr 

Jorge L. Cordova 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn 

Don Edwards 

Paul Findley 

Hamilton Fish, Jr 

Nick Galifianakis. 

Joseph M. Gaydos 

Sam Gibbons 

Charles H. Griffin 

Charles S. Gubser 

Michael J. Harrington 

Henry Helstoski 

David N. Henderson 

Louise Day Hicks 

William L. Hungate 

Jack F. Kemp 

James A. McClure 

John J. McFall 

William S. Mailliard. 

Spark M. Matsunaga 

William 0. Mills 

Joseph G. Minish 

Morgan F. Murphy 

Robert N. C. Nix 

Melvin Price 

David Pryor 

Roman C. Pucinski 

Charles B. Rangel 

John R. Rarick 

Ray Roberts 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal 

Edward R. Roybal 

William L. Scott — 

H. Allen Smith 

Robert H.Steele 

Samuel S. Stratton 

Frank Thompson, Jr 

Guy Vander Jagt. 

Joseph P. Vigorito 

Jerome R. Waldie 

Charles E. Wiggins 

C. W. Bill Young 

Clarence J. Brown 

David W. Dennis... 



2761 
2936 



$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 
228.25 
300.00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
144. 50 
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 



238 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
Sept. 30, 1972— Continued 



Congressman 
1972 
Oct. 18 2949 Bella S.Abzug 


$30000 


Joseoh P. Addabbo 


300.00 


Bill Archer 


300.00 


Thomas L. Ashley 


300.00 


LaMar Baker 


300.00 


Charles E. Bennett 


254.43 


Bob Berpland 


300. 00 


Frank J. Brasco 


300.00 




300.00 


James T. Broyhill _ 


_ _. 300.00 


William M. Colmer 


300. 00 




300.00 




300.00 


William J. Green ... - . 


_ 300.00 




300.00 




300.00 


Richard T. Hanna ._ ... 


300.00 




300.00 




300. 00 




300. 00 




300.00 




300. 00 




300.00 


Joseph M. McDade 


300.00 


Jack McDonald 


300.00 


Ray J. Madden 


300.00 




300.00 


AbnerJ. Mikva 


300.00 


Clarence E. Miller . - 


300. 00 


Charles A. Mosher _ 


300.00 


John M. Murphy 


300.00 


Bill Nichols 


300.00 


David R. Obey 


_.._ 300.00 




300.00 


Earl B. Ruth. 


300.00 


Fernand J. St Germain 


.._ 3C0.00 




300.00 


B F.Sisk _ _- 


._ 300.00 




300.00 




300.00 


Burt L. Talcott 


300.00 




300.00 




300.00 


25 3051 Peter W. Rodinojr 


.._ _ 300.00 


26 3119 Carl Albert 


_ 300.00 




300.00 




._ 300.00 




300.00 




300.00 


Harold R. Collier 


300.00 




300.00 




300.00 




300.00 




300. 00 




300.00 




300.00 


Gerald R. Ford 


300.00 




300.00 




300.00 


H. R. Gross 


300.00 




300.00 


Chet Holifield 


300.00 




300.00 




300.00 




300.00 




_ 300.00 


Delbert L. Latta 


300.00 




300.00 


Robert C. McEwen 


300.00 


Wilmer D (Vinegar Bend) Mizell 


300.00 


Bertram L. Podell 


300.00 


Albert H. Quie 


300.00 




_ 300.00 




300.00 


Neal Smith 


300.00 




300. 00 


Morris K. Udall 


300.00 




300.00 



239 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS iTEMS Amount 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
Sspt. 30, 1972-Continusd 

Congressman 
1972 

Nov. 1 3330 Mick Begich $300.00 

8 3503 Frank Annunzio _ .111"'.'.'."""""'. 300.00 

James A. Burke _. _ " " " 300! 00 

John N. Happy Camp 300.00 

Frank M. Clark 300.00 

William S. Conover II _ I""IIII~"I"""II" 300^00 

Philip M. Crane _ _ _. ~ 300.00 

E de la Garza ~~~~~~~~~~~~-~~~~ 30o!oC 

William L. Dickinson. _ _ 300.00 

Thaddeus J. Dulski .... . 15o!oO 

Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont " 300.00 

Lawrence J. Hogan '_'_' 30o! 00 

Walter B. Jones . _ 300.00 

Clarence D. Lcng '."."". 300.00 

Henry S. Reuss . 300.00 

William R. Roy 300.00 

GeneSnyder 300.00 

James V. Stanton .... _ 300.00 

William A. Steiger ....I............. ....". 300.00 

15 3596 John H. Buchanan ._"""""" '_" ' " 300.00 

17 3731 Bill Frenzel ~ J .~~~~~~~_"~_~~ " 300.00 

Edward A. Garmatz S.^....V.V......."..'S. 300.00 

James A. Haley ... _ —-—--—-- 300. 00 

William E. Minshall... I................!.....'.. 300.00 

Richardson Preyer . ." " 30o! 00 

DickShoup ". 300.00 

Henry P. Smith III 300 00 

29 3894 Jackson E. Betts "II"". 6.41 

Donald G. Brotzman _ ""." 300.00 

John T. Myers 300.00 

Lucien N. Nedzi . _ _ 300.00 

Alvin E. O'Konski " 300.00 

Floyd D. Spence IIIIIIIIIIII 300.00 

Fletcher ThomDScn... ... 300 00 

Lester L. Wolff "" 300.00 

Roger H. Zion.. 300 00 

Oec. 7 4205 Hugh L. Carey 300.00 

William L. Clay . . 300.00 

Ken Hechler.. 300.00 

Sherman P. Lloyd 300 00 

George Mahon_. . 19.87 

Bob Price 300.00 

James H. Scheuer . 300 00 

JoeSkubitz " 300.00 

15 4373 Bill Chappell, Jr _~ .'.'.'.'.'".'.'.'. '.'.'. '.'.'. III"III"I I 300.00 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
Dec. 31, 1972: 

Congressman 

27 4653 Watkins M. Abbitt 300.00 

Eill Alexander ■_ 300.00 

John B. Anderson IIIIII I 300! 00 

William R. Anderson 300.00 

John M. Ash'orook III. II 30o! 00 

Wayne IN. AspinalL- " " 30o' 00 

Walter S. Baring [IIIIII 300." 00 

Page Belcher 300.00 

Alphonzo Bell 300.00 

Edward G. Biester, Jr 300 00 

Frank J. Brasco IIIIIII 300.00 

John B. Braaux 300.00 

James A. Burke _ 300 00 

Phillip Burton 3Oo!0O 

Bill D. Burlison 3Qn 00 

M. Caldwell Butter 300 00 

James A. Byrne '_'_ " 30o!o0 

Hugh L. Carey. 300.00 

Cliffard D. Carlson 63 36 

William (Bill) Clay 300^00 

Jorge L. Cordova 300.00 

William R. Cotter "IIIIII 300.00 

Lawrence Coughiin "III 300.00 

Dominick V. Daniels 300 00 

John H. Dent ...... 300l 00 

John Dowdy . 300.00 

John J. Duncan 300.00 



240 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1972 
Dec. 27 



4653 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending Dec. 31, 1972 — Continued 

Congressman 

Ed Edmondson $300.00 

Jack Edwards 300.00 

Marvin L. Esch 300.00 

O. C. Fisher 300.00 

Daniel J. Flood (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1972) 300.00 

Daniel J. Flood.. 300.00 

Bill Frenzel 300.00 

Cornelius E. Gallagher 300.00 

Edward A. Garmatz 300.00 

Tom S. Gettys (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1972) 300.00 

Henry B. Gonzalez.... 300.00 

Kenneth J. Gray 300.00 

Edith Green . .. 300.00 

G. Elliott Hagan (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1972) 300. 00 

G. Elliott Hagan 300.00 

William D. Hathaway 300.00 

Ken Hechler . 300.00 

H. John Heinz III (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1972) 300. 00 

Louise Day Hicks . 300.00 

CraigHosmer 300.00 

Edward Hutchinson .. .. 300.00 

Ed Jones . 300.00 

Norman F. Lent... . 300.00 

Arthur A. Link. 300.00 

Sherman P.Lloyd . 300.00 

John Y. McCollister 300.00 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt 300.00 

Stewart B. McKinney 300.00 

John L. McMillan 300.00 

Ray J. Madden 300.00 

John Melcher .. 300.00 

John S. Monagan .. 300.00 

John E. Moss 300.00 

JohnT. Myers 300.00 

William H. Natcher 300.00 

Robert N. C. Nix 300.00 

Alvin E. O'Konski 300.00 

Otto E. Passman 300.00 

Jerry L. Pettis (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1972) 300.00 

Peter A. Peyser 300.00 

W. R. Poage 300.00 

David Pryor 300.00 

Roman C. Pucinski 300.00 

Graham Purcell 300.00 

James H. (Jimmy) Quillen 300.00 

Ogden R. Reid 300.00 

Donald W. Rieglejr 300.00 

J. Kenneth Robinson (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1972) 300. 00 

J. Kenneth Robinson ... . 300.00 

Robert A. Roe 300.00 

John H. Rousselot 300.00 

Garner E. Shriver 300.00 

John M. Slack 300.00 

Robert H. Steele . 300.00 

John H. Terry 300.00 

Fletcher Thompson . .. 300.00 

Victor V. Veysey 300. 00 

Charles H. Wilson. . 300.00 

Wendell Wyatt . . 300.00 

JohnWWydler . .. 300.00 

Louis C. Wyman 300.00 

John M. Zwach (quarterly period end'ingSept. 30, 1972) 286.38 

John M. Zwach.. .. 263.50 

Estate of William F. Ryan (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1972). 300.00 

Fred Schwengel 300.00 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations 144,008.46 

OFFICIAL TELEPHONE EXPENSE 



29 



4658 
4663 



1972 

July 12 247 

21 434 

435 

Sept. 19 1987 

1996 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending June 30, 1972: 

Congressman 

Alphonzo Bell (auarter ending June 30, 1971). 

William R. Roy (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971). 

William R. Roy (quarter ending June 30, 1971) 

Cornelius E. Gallagher (quarter ending June 30, 1971) (supplemental) 

Bob Bergland (quarter ending June 30, 1971) 



$450. 00 
300. 00 
361. 60 
53.10 
276. 21 



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 June 30, 1972 — Continued 

Congressman 
1972 

Nov. 1 3337 William C. Wampler (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970).... $259.50 

William C. Wampler (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1970) 174. 92 

William C. Wampler (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 176.39 

William C. Wampler (quarter ending June 30, 1971) 166. 57 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 2,218.29 

July 5 17 Earle Cabell 318.90 

21 Seymour Halpern (quarter ending Mar. 30, 1972) (supplemental) 13. 50 

22 Seymour Halpern 345.50 

6 115 Ronald V. Dellums _ 450.00 

119 Robert L. Leggett 450.00 

11 202 Lawrence G. Williams 443.00 

12 209 Clarence J. Brown 404.03 

278 Fred B. Rooney 450.00 

13 286 Thomas G. Abernethy 56.16 

John M. Ashbrook 237.53 

Herman Badillo.... 450.00 

William A. Barrett 323.77 

Alphonzo Bell (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 447.03 

Alphonzo Bell (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971). 450. 00 

Alphonzo Bell (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) _.__ __ 450.00 

Alphonzo Bell 450.00 

Frank T. Bow 450.00 

William G. Bray 364.05 

Omar Burleson 233. 18 

Phillip Burton - 282.81 

Elford A. Cederberg 53. 79 

Harold R. Collier (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 263.35 

James M. Collins 450.00 

William R. Cotter 291.85 

William P. Curlin, Jr 450.00 

Dan Daniel (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972,) (supplemental) 22.00 

Dan Daniel 229.44 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr. (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 450. 00 

William D. Ford 347.24 

Edith Green.... 379.59 

William H. Harsha 198. 19 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 406.20 

Harold T. Johnson (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 22. 50 

Harold T.Johnson 277.79 

Peter N. Kyros (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 295.43 

Ralph H. Metcalfe 450.00 

Robert H. Michel... 361.87 

Joseph G. Minish 234.86 

Lucien N. Nedzi (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972)... 152.27 

Alvin E. O'Konski 450.00 

Alexander Pirnie 314. 16 

Richard H. Poff 77.58 

Melvin Price 321.90 

John P. Saylor 103.33 

William J. Scherle 406.18 

Keith G. Sebelius 356.62 

H. Allen Smith 106.48 

Harley O. Staggers 96.96 

James V. Stanton 450.00 

Charles M. Teague 450.00 

Victor V. Veysey 450.00 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr 199.70 

William B. Widnall 132.91 

Larry Winn, Jr... 241.11 

Lester L. Wolff 450.00 

19 297 Bellas. Abzug (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 450.00 

Brock Adams 370.61 

LaMar Baker 450.00 

Charles E. Bennett (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 135. 10 

Wm. S. Broomfield 345.57 

Joel T. Broyhiil 138.47 

Bill D Burlison 256.43 

Bob Casey 379.87 

Charles E. Chamberlain 240.03 

Frank M. Clark (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 450. 00 

Lawrence Coughlin 450.00 

Ede la Garza 267.79 

Frank E. Denholm... „ 60.00 

Ella T. Grasso 450.00 

Charles H. Griffin 450.00 

Charles S. Gubser 300.69 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending June 30, 1972 — Continued 



1972 
July 19 



26 



Congressman 

297 Orval Hansen $441.92 

Wayne L. Hays 450.00 

David N. Henderson 248.49 

Dan Kuvkendall 450.00 

J?mes R. Mann.. 438. 53 

Wiley Mayne _■___ ... ... 450.00 

G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery _ . .... 391.68 

James H. (Jimmy) Quillen. . 450.00 

John J. Rhodes... 334.58 

D*n Rostenkowski ... 450.00 

William R. Roy (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) ... ... 391.22 

William R. Roy ("quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 336. 60 

William R. Roy (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) . .. 450.00 

William R. Roy . 450.00 

Edward R. Rovbal 3S5. 15 

Herman T. Schneebeli . 326.25 

Louis Stokes . 379.20 

Rov A. Taylor . 320.01 

John H. Terry 450.00 

Frank Thompson, Jr . . 159.61 

Wendell Wyatt 414.81 

Clement I. Zablocki 132.41 

314 Charles W. Sandman, Jr 214.90 

367 John Buchanan (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 338.64 

368 John Buchanan . 344.64 

4-18 Watkins M. Abbitt . . .. 450.00 

Josenh P. Addabbo 427.53 

Bill Axlier.. 450.00 

John M. Ashbrook (supplemental)... . 21.89 

Thomas L. Ashley 231.27 

Walters. Baring . . . 384.12 

Pase Belcher . 241.84 

Charles E. Bennett (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) (supplemental) 98.95 

Charles E. Bennett . . . . 344.12 

Tom Bevill .... 358.75 

Jonathan B. Bingham 450.00 

Edward P. Boland 399.00 

John Brademas . 323.71 

Goodloe E. Byron 385.04 

Cliffard D. Carlson . 175.93 

Donald D. Clancy 311.33 

Silvio 0. Conte 427.55 

Georse E. Danielson 418.71 

Glenn R. Davis 398.85 

Mendel J. Davis 381.00 

Edward J. Dsrwinski 427.32 

Wm. Jenninps Bryan Dom 178. 27 

Robert F. Drinan . 450.00 

Joshua Eilher* ... 450.00 

John N. Erienborn— . 332.99 

Marvin L. Esch 450.00 

Edwin D. Eshleman (supplemental) 64.40 

Frank E. Evans.... 279.46 

Hamilton Fish, Jr 450.00 

Thomas S. Foley 450.00 

Nick Galifianakis 450.00 

Edward A. Garmatz. 267.23 

Josaph M. Gaydos 450.00 

TomS. Gettys 307.54 

G»crf<e A. Goodling. . 341.85 

Martha W. Griffiths 172.46 

H. R. Gross... 48.57 

James R. Grov?r, Jr - 300.03 

Durward G. Hall 218.79 

Seymour Halpern (supplemental) 10. 80 

Do 36.90 

Richard f. Hanna _ 441.74 

F. Edward Hubert (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) (supplemental) 13.75 

F. Edward Hgbert.. - 385.88 

James J. Howard 433.48 

William L. Hungata (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) (supplemental). 23. 88 

William L. Hungate 418.62 

John Jarman - 239. 25 

Waltir B. Jon=s 113.46 

Jos-ph E. Karth 236.20 

Mike McCormack— - ---- 450.00 

John J. McFall 333.90 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt — 397.25 

Robert H. Mollohan.. 450.00 



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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Coiumbi 
the quarter ending June 30, 1972 — Continued 



1972 

July 26 


Congressman 
448 Thomas E. Morgan 


$49.32 




Jerry L. Pettis (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 

J.J. Pickle 


448.87 

352. 52 




W. R. Poage . _ 


125.27 




Graham Purcell __ - ... -- -.- 


292. 17 




Wm. J. Randall (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 

Charles B. Rangel 


95.25 

£50.00 




John R. Rarick 


450.00 






450. 00 




Robert A. Roe 


99.28 




Paul G. Rogers 


336.42 




Benjamin S. Rosenthal 


322. 02 




John H. Roussalot .. ... - . 


450.00 




Earl B. Ruth____ 


259.73 




Paul S. Sarbanes.. 


450.00 






450.00 




Garner E. Sh river 


_. 283.47 




Robert L. F. Sikes 


175.44 




Floyd Spenca 


.: 450.00 




Tom Steed 


125.70 




Robert G.Stephens, Jr _ _ 


450. 00 




James W. Symington . .. 


450.00 




Burt L. Talcott (quarter ending Mar. 30, 1972) 


450.00 




Morris K. Udall ._ 


450.00 




Lionel Van Deerlin ___ 


377.42 




Jerome R. Waldie ... 


450.00 






315 29 




Sidney R. Yates 


412.43 




Gus Yatron _ 


382.78 




511 Robert H.Steele 


450.00 


27 


546 John A. Blatnik 


395.02 


Aug. 1 


877 Samuel S. Stratton... 


338.17 


2 


881 Bill Chappell, Jr 


403.35 


3 


914 John B. Anderson __ .. 


282.41 




Mark Andrews... 


422.88 




Les Aspin . . 


450.00 




Nick Begich. ; 


450. 00 




Bob Bergland (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972)_. 

Bob Bergland 


404.52 

445.49 




Jackson E. Betts _ 


63.03 




Mario Biaggi 


450.00 




Ben B. Blackburn ... 


419.07 




Hale Boggs... 


422.32 




Frank J. Brasco 


450.00 




Jack Brinkley. 


425.42 




Donald G. Brotzman.. 


450. 00 




James T. Broyhill 


450. 00 




J. Herbert Burke 


287. 32 




Charles J. Carney _ 


450.00 




John Conyers, Jr... 


371.82 




Philip M. Crane 


450.00 




Thomas N. Downing... 


425.45 




Thomas N. Downing (supplemental). 

Florence P. Dwyer (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 

Florence P. Dwyer (quarter ending Dec. 31. 1971) 


24.55 

67.60 

76.30 




Florence P. Dwyer (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 

Florence P. Dwyer__ .. 


227.12 

194. 10 




Bob Eckhardt 


333. 37 




Jack Edwards 


389. 14 




Paul Fintlley 


416.28 




Edwin B. Forsythe 


450. 00 




Peter H. B. Frclinghuysen 


380. 35 




James A. Haley 


165. 66 




Michael J. Harrington 


450. 00 




James F. Hastings. . 


357. 78 




Margaret M. Heckler (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) . 

H. John Heinz III (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 

H.John Heinz III 


450.00 

83.32 
450.00 




Henry Helstoski 


450.00 




Floyd V. Hicks 


382.09 




Lawrence J. Hogan 


355. 65 




Frank Horton 


346.14 




John E. Hunt 


315.49 




Harold T. Johnson _ 


21.60 




Robert W. Kastenmeier 


192.14 




Jack F. Kemp 


450.00 




Robert McClory... 


341.63 




Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 


450. 00 




Gunn McKay 


450. 00 



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Date No. 



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1972 
Aug. 3 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending June 30, 1972 — Continued 

Congressman 

914 Torbert H. Macdonald . $356.03 

Richard W. Mallary (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 49. 32 

Richard W. Mallary 288.29 

George P. Miller 370.88 

William 0. Mills 450.00 

John M. Murphy 413.08 

John T.Myers . 340.58 

David R. Obey .. 450.00 

William S. Mailliard . 433.11 

Thomas M. Pelly 165.58 

Claude Pepper 450.00 

David Pryor (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 416.69 

David Pryor (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 450.00 

Ogden R. Reid 450.00 

Donald W. Rieglejr .. . 450.00 

Peter W. Rodinojr .. 279.36 

J. Edward Roush __ 450.00 

Harold Runnels 450.00 

Fernand J.St Germain . 450.00 

John F. Seiberling __ 237.34 

Dick Shoup . 450.00 

William A. Steiger ..._._. ... 450.00 

Leonor K.Sullivan 119.48 

Joseph P. Vigorito _________ _ .. 387.57 

Bob Wilson 450.00 

1171 John E. Moss.. 294.47 

1260 Glenn M. Anderson (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 351. 10 

Frank Annunzio . _____ _ ._ 387.27 

Ray Blanton _ 450.00 

John W. Byrnes 292.77 

John N. Happy Camp . __ 177.58 

Barber B. Conablejr _ __ 147.55 

John Dellenback... 450.00 

John Dowdy _ 97.29 

John J. Duncan 383.55 

Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont 450.00 

Don Edv/ards 447. 11 

Frank E. Evans (supplemental) _ 46.70 

JoeL. Evins 253.19 

O.C.Fisher 403.59 

Bill Frenzei _ 450.00 

Don Fuqua.. _ _ 450.00 

Robert N. Giaimo 320.35 

Henry B. Gonzalez _ _ 383.33 

Gilbert Gude 249.49 

Lee H. Hamilton 450.00 

John Paul Hammerschmidt 215.60 

Elwood Hillis. 450.00 

Craig Hosmer 307.49 

Richard H. Ichord 450.00 

Ed Jones. 450.00 

Abraham Kazen, Jr 383.12 

Carletcn J. King 368.52 

John C. Kluczynski 262.60 

Peter N. Kyros 324.55 

Earl F. Landgrebe 450.00 

Clarence D. Long 450.00 

Speedy O. Long 250.83 

Jack H. McDonald 450.00 

Spark M. Matsunaga 450.00 

Patsy T. Mink... 450.00 

John S. Monagan. 387.14 

Williams. Moorhead 270.76 

Morgan F. Murphy. 401.10 

William H. Natcher 138.05 

Wright Patman 178.27 

Jerry L. Pettis. 450.00 

Otis G. Pike 297.44 

Roman C. Pucinski 450.00 

Thomas M. Rees 450.00 

Henry S. Reuss... 404.73 

John J. Rooney 196.41 

Philip E. Ruppe.. 309.63 

James H. Scheuer 450.00 

William Lloyd Scott 157.59 

B. F. Sisk (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 46.80 

B. F. Sisk 349.87 

John M. Slack 191.51 

William L. Springer 163.86 



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Date 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending June 30, 1972 — Continued 



1972 

Aug. 21 1260 



30 1400 



Sept. 1 1612 

11 1717 

12 1775 
1776 

13 1805 
1806 
1807 
1808 
1809 

25 2115 



Congressman 

Frank A. Stubblefield $450.00 

Fletcher Thompson 4:_ .- 

Vernon W. Thomson -• -■ -- 

Charles W. Whalen, Jr., (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) :S5 15 

Charles W.WhalenJr - - ; ."r.=: 

Charles E. Wiggins -5." -'-" 

LouisC. Wyman -51 " 

C. W. Bill Young — -'-'■ ~5 

Roger H. Zion 250.27 

William R. Anderson ---'■" 

Richard Boiling - : -- : -i 

Del Clawson 45100 

Jorge L Cordova — - i : ■ -"-' 

Dominick V. Daniels — - -':'-■ ' 

James J. Delaney ----■ 89 

Frank E. Denholm -'-= ~- : 

Walter Flowers - : ". : IS 

John J. Flynt, Jr IS? SI 

L H. Fountain I- :S 

Cornelius E. Gallagher (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 164.70 

Cornelius E. Gallagher (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 259. 37 

Cornelius E. Gallagher t "; ~ 

James Harvey -'•?■ :s 

Augustus F. Hawkins 431.19 

Margaret M. Heckler -:-" 

William J. Keating. ---- S: 

James Kee -51 I- 

John Y. McCollister (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) -51 I 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias 449.37 

Dawson Mathis 299.49 

Romano L Mazzoli 281.40 

Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell Si: SI 

Albert H. Quie 378.08 

Wm.J. Randall 108.10 

Neal Smith 231.00 

J. William Stanton 304.63 

SamSteiger _ -51. 1-' 

Charles Thone 403.38 

Richard C. White _ 281.00 

Jamie L Whitten.. 101.96 

John W. Wydler 450.00 

Bella S. Abzug 262.47 

Edward I. Koch 442.66 

David W. Dennis (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) (supplemental) :: -? 

David W. Dennis -50.00 

Bill Nichols (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971).. 329. 17 

Bill Nichols (quarter ending Dec. 30, 1971) !"-. S: 

Bill Nichols (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972).. .-. 292. 71 

Do . - '■' -5 

Bill Nichols _ 283.85 

Glenn M. Anderson (quarter ending Dec 31, 1971) 119.05 

Garry Brown... 227.23 

James A. Burke 450.00 

Frank M. Clark 397.59 

James C. Cleveland (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) (supplemental).. 25.02 

James C. Cleveland 448.93 

Harold R. Collier 268.15 

John C. Culver 450.00 

John W. Davis 227.47 

John H. Dent (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) (supplemental) IS. S" 

John H. Dent 450.00 

Dante B. Fascell (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972 (supplemental). :i. "I 

Dante B. Fascell 411.72 

Cornelius E. Gallagher (quarter ending Sept 30, 1971) (supplemental) "9 .5: 

Cornelius E. Gallagher (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) (supplemental)... SI " 

Chet Holifield 450.00 

Hastings Keith _ 450.00 

Manuel Lujan, Jr. (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 116.80 

Manuel Lujan. Jr 325.59 

James A. McClure 413.72 

Joseoh M. McDade 303.47 

John Melcher 120.00 

John T. Mvers (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 172. 32 

John T. Myers (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 210.38 

Lucien N. Nedzi 172.27 

Thomas P. O'Neill. Jr 332.58 

Robert D. Price (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971).... 333.54 

Ray Roberts 183.55 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending June 30, 1972 — Continued 



1972 
Sept. 25 2115 



27 2206 G 



Oct. 



2 2461 
5 2619 



11 2676 
17 2935 



18 2956 
2957 

19 3020 



Nov. 



6 3397 

7 3409 



22 3800 



Dec. 19 4395 



Congressman 

John G. Schmitz __ $366.35 

John F. Seiberling 129.78 

Henry P. Smith HI 151.19 

Guy Vander Jagt 381.43 

Charles A. Vanik 401.11 

Chalmers P. Wylie 236.11 

George W. Collins (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 299.56 

George W. Collins 199.27 

Thaddeus J. Dulski (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 10. 80 

Thaddeus J. Dulski (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 181. 51 

Thaddeus J. Dulski 195.20 

L H. Fountain (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 116.66 

L.H.Fountain. ... _ . .... 245.42 

Donald M. Fraser 450.00 

Sam Gibbons 440.40 

William J. Green 450.00 

James M. Hanley 302.57 

AbnerJ. Mikva 391.80 

James G. O'Hara 450.00 

Edward J. Patten (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 247.73 

Edward J. Patten 162.48 

JoeSkubitz 336.65 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr. (supplemental) 21.73 

Shirlev Chishoim 450.00 

Dan Daniel (supplemental) 22.00 

G. Elliott Hasan 280.85 

Robert C. McF.wen quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972 385.83 

F. Bradford Morse 177.13 

Charles H. Wilson 450.00 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr. _ 392.99 

Tim Lee Carter . 355.08 

John D. Dinged 284.83 

F. Edward Kebert(supplemental) 14. 19 

Arthur A. Link . 450.00 

John L. McMillan 436.37 

David Pryor 450.00 

Tom Railsback 219.54 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal (supplemental) 126.67 

Al Ul!man 290.96 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr. (ouarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) (supplemental)... 17.56 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr. (supplemental) 19.98 

John G.Dow... 450.00 

Kenneth J. Grav 450.00 

Clarence E. Miller 450.00 

Charles A. Mosher (supplemental) 36.49 

John Ware.. 254.01 

Goodloe E. Byron (supplemental) 52. 15 

William L. Dickinson (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 75.09 

William L. Dickinson 378.20 

Louise Day Hicks 450.00 

Howard W. Robison 129.29 

David E. Satterfield III _ _ 146.00 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr. 5.09 

William C. Wampler (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 161.89 

William C. Wampler (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 176. 58 

William C. Wampler (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 164.36 

William C. Wampler 388.59 

John Ware (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 87.50 

William S. Conover II 348.30 

Edwin W. Edwards 119.28 

Gerald R. Ford - 394.15 

William E. Minshall. _ _ 45C.00 

Glenn M. Anderson (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 212.00 

Glenn M. Anderson 357.65 

William D. Hathaway 336.50 

Sherman P. Lloyd (supplemental) 28.60 

George Mahon (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) _ 169.58 

George Mahon. — - 169.29 

Richardson Preyer.... _ 268.42 

Bob Price (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 404.07 

Gene Snyder — 403.49 

Robert O. Tiernan (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 444.74 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations _. 145,097.53 



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Date 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972: 

Congressman 
1972 

Aug. 21 1260 Richard H. Poff $25.78 

Sept. 21 2070 Parren J. Mitchell (quarter ending June 30, 1972) 323. 81 

27 2252 Otto E. Passman _. ._ _ - 422.25. 

Oct. 2 2419 Earle Cabell 320.76 

24S0 Charles W. Sandman, Jr 175.86 

3 2463 Seymour Kalpern. 444.57 

2489 Fred Schwengel 450.00 

4 2557 John Melcher 403.98 

6 2635 Thomas G. Abernethy 47.78 

William A. Barrett 319.21 

Edward G. Biester, Jr 402.09 

Jonathan B. Bingham 450.00 

Ben B. Blackburn 421.02 

William G. Bray 421.46 

Joel T. Broyhill 140.77 

Cliffard D. Carlson... 195.77 

Elford A. Cederberg 162.51 

Dan Daniel 223.11 

E de la Garza 249.44 

Frank E. Evans 349.65 

Martha W. Griffiths 273.83 

H. R. Gross 233.63 

Norman F. Lent 450.00 

Mike McCormack 450.00 

Stewart B. McKinney 450.00 

Richard W. Mallary 320.30 

Romano L. Mazzoli 287.21 

Lloyd Meeds 450.00 

Robert H. Michel 362.42 

Joseph G. Minish 298.04 

Patsy T. Mink 450.00 

G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery 450.00 

Peter A. Peyser 450.00 

Melvin Price 321.90 

Roman C. Pucinski 444.77 

Robert A. Roe 299. 16 

Do 108.83 

John P. Saylor 129.97 

William J. Scherle 397.01 

Garner E. Shriver 316.02 

H. Allen Smith 108.94 

Harley O. Staggers 47.02 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr 450.00 

Charles W. Whalen, Jr. 304.65 

Larry Winn, Jr 240.26 

Lester L. Wolff 450.00 

2636 Andrew Jacobs, Jr 406.20 

10 2642 Julia Butler Hansen 179.12 

11 2677 Charles C. Diggsjr 450.00 

13 2759 Clarence J. Brown 424.50 

16 2881 Fred B. Rooney 450.00 

17 2937 David W.Dennis 450.00 

18 2946 Bellas. Abzug 450.00 

John M. Ashbrook 433.96 

Thomas L. Ashley 230.93 

Les Aspin 404.25 

Walters. Baring.. 439.46 

Alphonzo Bell 450.00 

Bob Bergland 340.60 

Tom Bevill 450.00 

Mario Biaggi 450.00 

Richard Boiling 349.11 

Frank T. Bow... 440.96 

John Brademas 333. 85 

Jack Brinkley 440.06 

Wm. S. Broomfield 450.00 

Omar Burleson 233.50 

Tim Lee Carter... 400.07 

James M. Collins 400.80 

William R. Cotter 327.27 

William P. Curlin.Jr. 355.29 

Glenn R. Davis... 293.70 

Mendel J. Davis 402.86 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn 170.74 

John N. Erlenborn 341.20 

Edwin D. Eshleman... 158.33 

Hamilton Fish, Jr 450.00 

O. C. Fisher.. 401.51 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



1972 
Oct. 18 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972 — Continued 

Congressman 

2946 William D. Ford... $450.00 

Richard H. Fulton 450.00 

Nick Galifianakis 450.00 

Ella T. Grasso.. 450.00 

Charles H. Griffin 359.79 

Richard T. Hanna 450.00 

William H. Harsha 237.63 

James F. Hastings 382.78 

Wayne L. Hays.. 447.52 

F. Edward Hebert 361.18 

James J. Howard 450.00 

William L. Hungate 428.82 

Joseph E. Karth .. 242.05 

Jack F. Kemp 450.00 

Robert L. Leggett 450.00 

Speedy O. Long 274.95 

Robert McClory 424.24 

John J. McFall 322.76 

Gunn McKay 450.00 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt 407.82 

William S. Mailliard .- 450.00 

James R. Mann 447.70 

Wiley Mayne 407.04 

Ralph H. Metcalfe 450.00 

Thomas E. Morgan 173.72 

Walter E. Powell - 450.00 

James H. (Jimmy) Quillen 450.00 

Tom Railsback.... 320.25 

Charles B. Rangel _ 450.00 

John R. Rarick 450.00 

Ray Roberts 141.00 

J. Kenneth Robinson. 450.00 

Robert A. Roe 42.01 

Benjamins. Rosenthal 282.40 

George E.Shipley.. - — - 450.00 

Louis Stokes 422.67 

Leonor K.Sullivan. 119-80 

Vernon W. Thomson.... 264.94 

Charles Thone 314.27 

William B. WidnalL... 136.38 

2958 Charles W. Sandman, Jr. (supplemental) 40.05 

3106 Joseph P. Addabbo... — - 385.49 

Herman Badillo 450.00 

Charles E. Bennett 268.00 

Edward P. Boland 396.88 

James T. Broyhill - - "50.00 

J. Herbert Burke.. 276.92 

Goodloe E. Byron.. 412 -55 

Charles J. Carney ---- ^11- 26 

Charles E. Chamberlain 250. 23 

James C. Cleveland.... --- +31. 78 

Silvio O. Conte- 433. 25 

John Conyers, Jr 450.00 

George E. Danielson. ^PH 4 , 

John G. Dow_. 450.00 

Robert F. Drinan 450-00 

Joshua Eilberg... -- - — 450.00 

Edwin D. Eshleman (supplemental) - «?-,, 

Paul Findley— 403.47 

L H. Fountain. 415.04 

Edward A. Garmatz - ™j' 

James R. Grover, Jr - -- .r%ii 

Orval Hansen. - - 45 0-00 

Margaret Heckler 450 .00 

David N. Henderson ?46. 75 

Elwood Hillis.. -- -- 4 ?0.p0 

John E. Hunt... "20.82 

Ed Jones.... 450.00 

Phil M. Landrum - 26.13 

Manuel Lujan, Jr 449.03 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 450-00 

Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell 364.48 

Charles A. Mosher - ■" 

David R. Obey -- "50.00 

J.J. Pickle 346.55 

Albert H. Quie 332.55 

John J. Rhodes - 342.64 

Donald W. Riegle, Jr.... - - - "50-00 



26 



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Date 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972 — Continued 



1972 
Oct. 26 



Nov. 1 



Congressman 

3106 John J. Rooney $275.63 

Dan Rostenkowski 450.00 

Edward R. Roybal -- 269.75 

Earl B. Ruth 446. 17 

William L Springer 169.51 

Tom Steed 268.49 

W. S. <Bill) Stuckey, Jr 450.00 

James W. Symington 450.00 

Roy A. Taylor 348.04 

Charles M. Teague 434.61 

John H. Terry 450.00 

Lionel Van Deerlin 283. 18 

Victor V. Veysey 450.00 

Jerome R. Waldie 450.00 

Charles E. Wiggins... 450.00 

Charles H. Wilson 450.00 

Jim Wright 450.00 

Wendell Wyatt 450.00 

30 3168 Robert H. Steele 450.00 

31 3196 Watkins M. Abbitt 450.00 

Brock Adams 376.03 

John B. Anderson 298.58 

Bill Archer 427. 14 

LaMar Baker 450.00 

Page Belcher - - 238.96 

Bob Bergland (supplemental).. 108.75 

Ray Blanton 450.00 

John A. Blatnik 440.24 

Frank J. Brasco.. 450.00 

Donald D.Clancy 319.50 

Barber B. Conable, Jr 158.11 

Phiiip M. Crane 450.00 

Edward J. Derwinski 390.89 

John J. Duncan 366. 18 

Dante B. Fascell 450.00 

John J. Flyntjr 374.33 

Louis Frey, Jr 450.00 

Joseph M. Gaydos 450.00 

Tom S. Gettys 333. 56 

Sam Gibbons 444.29 

Henry B. Gonzalez 265. b0 

George A. Goodling 332.92 

Durward G. Hall 216.07 

Lee H. Hamilton 450.00 

John M. Murphy 450.00 

W. R. Poage 132.60 

Henry S. Reuss 341. 11 

Howard W. Robison.. 42. 18 

Fernand J. St Germain 450.00 

Paul S. Sarbanes 450.00 

Herman T. Schneebeli 311.96 

William L.Scott 162.81 

Keith G. Sebelius 312.79 

John F. Seiberling 379.07 

James V.Stanton... ._ 450.00 

Morris K. Udall 450.00 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr 195.63 

William C. Wampler 259. 13 

Lawrence G. Williams. 450.00 

Gus Yatron 450.00 

3338 Thomas N. Downing... 450.00 

3508 Frank Annunzio 381.82 

Bill D. Burlison 256.20 

John N. Happy Camp 139.72 

Bob Casey 368.25 

Frank M. Clark — 379. 16 

Jorge L. Cordova.. 450.00 

Lawrence Coughlin — 450. 00 

Joe L. Evins 450.00 

Thomas S. Foley 413.59 

Charles S.Gubser 353.83 

James A. Haley - 208.75 

Floyd V. Hicks 368.24 

Lawrence J. Hogan 373.03 

John Jarman -- 276. 25 

Dan Kuykendall... 450.00 

Clarence D. Long _•_ 450.00 

Jack McDonald 450.00 



250 

DETASLED STATEfvlENT 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, 1972 — Continued 



1972 
Nov. 8 3503 



Congressman 



Torbert H. Macdonaid 

Gaorge P. Millar 

Thomas M. Peliy 

William R. Roy 

Harold Runnels 

B. F.Sisk 

William A Steigsr 

Frank A. Sl.ubblefield 

Joseph P. Vigorito. 

15 3695 John H. Buchanan 

17 3758 Hale Boggs 

20 3769 Parren J. Mitchell 

21 3785 James C. Corman.. 

3798 Phillip Burton 

Del Clawson 

JamesJ. Delaney 

John Dellenback 

Bob Eckhardt. 

Edwin D. tshleman (supplemental). 

Walter E. Fauntroy 

Gerald R. Ford 

Edwin B. Forsythe... 

Edith Green. _ 

Gilbert Gude 

G. Elliott Hagan 

Craig Hosmer 

Hastings Keith 

Edward I. Koch___ 

Spark M. Matsunaga... 

William E. Minshall 

Robert H. Mollohan. 

John S. Monagan. 

John E. Moss 

Wm.J. Randall 

Thomas M. Rees 

Paul G. Rogers 

John H. Rousselot 

Philip E. Ruppe 

David E. Satterfield II!.. 

Dick Shoup 

Henry P.Smith III 

Guy Vander Jagt 

G. William Whitehurst 

Bob Wilson 

Dec. 6 4133 William R. Anderson 

Nick Begich 

Jackson E. Betts — 

Donaid G. Brotzman 

John W. Byrnes 

William S. Conover II 

John H. Dent 

John D. Dingeil 

Don Edwards 

Marvin L. Esch 

William J. Green-i 

John Paul Hammerschmidt 

Henry Helstoski 

Frank Horton 

Robert W. Kastenmeier 

Abraham Kazen,Jr 

William J. Keating 

James Kee 

Earl F. Landgrebe 

Sherman P. Lloyd 

James A. McCI'ire.. 

Richard W. Mallary 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias 

William S. Mcorhead 

Lucien N. Nedzi 

Alvin E. O'Konski 

OtisG. Pike 

Graham Purcell 

Peter W. Rodino, Jr 

J. Edward Roush 

James H. Scheuer 

Robert L. F. Sikes 

Gene Snyder... 

Floyd D. Spence 



$434. 74 
263.15 
214.85 
450. 00 
450. 00 
450. 00 
379. 38 
403. 09 
350.77 
408. 42 
421.02 
163.90 
450. 00 
291.75 
448.36 
107.32 
450. 00 
309. 65 
35.91 
450. 00 
339. 68 
450. 00 
404. 95 
349. 20 
450. 00 
306. 29 
450. 00 
450. 00 
450. 00 
340.69 
433.87 
394.43 
287.31 
109.06 
450. 00 
450. 00 
406. 76 
442. 59 
145.30 
422.20 
450. 00 
450. 00 
314.28 
248. 35 

381. 86 
450.00 

63.03 
429.71 
292.77 
387. 61 
450. 00 
298. 69 
450. 00 
450. 00 
450.00 
304. 35 
450. 00 
268. 18 
311.75 

382. 35 
450. 00 
408.95 
450. 00 
311.21 
446.47 

63.17 
419. 74 
228. 24 
220.75 
450.00 
282. 32 
359. 80 
431.81 
450. 00 
450. 00 
429. 18 
398. 64 
332. 13 



251 

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, 1972 — Continued 

Congressman 
1972 

Dec. 6 4133 J. William Stanton... $341.61 

William A. Stetger _;._ 24.14 

Fletcher Thompson 446.81 

Charles A. Vanik_ 428.64 

Chalmers P. Wylie 223.12 

Clement J. Zablocki 198.83 

13 4339 SamuelS. Stratton... 415.61 

4368 Mark Andrews 441.67 

Wayne N. Aspinall . 17.05 

Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending Dec. 31, 1972: 

Congressman 

Wayne N. Aspinall 27.00 

Garry Brown (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) 395.82 

James A. Burke (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972). 404.23 

Hugh L. Carey (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972)_. _. 450.00 

Harold R. Collier (quarter ending Sept. 30,1972) ___ 271.79 

John C. Culver (quarter ending Sept. 30,1972) 450.00 

Frank E. Denholm (quarter ending Sept. 30,1972) 428.47 

John Dowdy (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) : 98.27 

Do j.. 67.33 

Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972)... 438. 38 

Jack Edwards (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) 403.70 

Don Fuqua (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) 400.21 

H.John Heinz III (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) _ 450.00 

Harold T. Johnson (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) 232. 01 

Walter B. Jones (quarter ending Sept. 30,1972) 78.24 

Carleton J. King (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) 449.64 

Joseph M. McDade (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) .... 450.00 

Stewart B. McKinney. 450.00 

George Mahon (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) 242. 65 

Morgan F. Murphy (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) 438.79 

John T. Myers (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) 450.00 

Do 450.00 

James G. O'Hara (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972). t 450.00 

Alvin E. O'Konski. 450.00 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr., (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) 333.44 

Jerry L. Pettis (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) „ 450.00 

Alexander Pirnie (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) 300.33 

Richardson Preyer (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) 257.50 

David Pryor (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) 450. 00 

Ogden R. Reid (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) 450. 00 

Robert A. Roe 450.00 

Joe Skubitz (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) 384.85 

Neal Smith (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) 4 218.45 

John W. Wydler (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) ... 449.47 

W. S. (Biil)Stuckey, Jr _ 450.00 

15 4374 Bill Chapped, Jr. (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1972) 424. 18 

29 4661 Otto E. Passman 308.97 

4664 Fred Schwengel 450.00 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations 128,060.58 

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.43band43b-l,as 
amended: 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Aug. 16 1185 Roman C. Pucinski 11th, II!.* Jan. 21, 1971 $66.00 

Sept.26 2199 J. Edward Roush 4th, Ind Apr. 29-May 3, 1971 108.00 

2200 Do do May 13-16, 1971 98.00 

2201 Do. do. June 10-13, 1971... 98.00 

Dec. 11 4244 Wm.J. Randall 4th, Mo.* May 14, 1971 81.50 

Do do May 20, 1971 81.50 

Refunds and adjustments ' (327.90) 



Total paid from 1971 appropriations 205. 10 



! Includes refund of $403.90 from Congressman William R. Roy. 
*1 way. 

88-914—73 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 

1972 

July 11 205 Brock Adams 7th, Wash June 23-25, 1972 $408.00 

Carl Albert _ 3d, Okla do 228 32 

Bill Alexander 1st, Ark June 23-27, 1972 179.00 

William R. Anderson 6th, Tenn... ... June 8-12, 1972 190.32 

Bill Archer 7th, Tex June 22-26, 1972 249.20 

Page Belcher 1st, Okla June 22-25, 1972 206.00 

Alphonzo Bell 28th, Calif June 23-25, 1972 388.00 

Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla June 24-25, 1972 107 50 

Hale Boggs 2d, La June 16-17, 1972 199.44 

Richard Boiling 5th, Mo June 26, 1972 194 80 

J. Herbert Burke 10th, Fla June 16-18, 1972 186 00 

Omar Burleson 17th, Tex June 22-25, 1972 276 40 

Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La Apr. 28-May 23, 1972 . . 184.00 

Cliffard D. Carlson 15th, III June 15-18, 1972 . 149.60 

Do do June 23-25, 1972 149.60 

Del Clawson __ 23d, Calif do 400 24 

Silvio O. Conte 1st, Mass Apr. 6-10, 1972 9180 

Do do. _. May28-30, 1972" 91.80 

Do do* June 21, 1972_ 44.86 

Do do* June 24, 1972 45.90 

Jorge L. Cordova (Res. Comm.) P.R June 23-26, 1972 . 216. 00 

Philip M. Crane 13th, III do 119 40 

William P. Curlin, Jr 6th, Ky June 9-12, 1972 . 144 72 

John Dellenback 4th, Oreg ■ June 22-26, 1972 349.00 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr 13th, Mich. __ . May 19-22, 1972 96.00 

Do do May 23-24, 1972 96.00 

Do do June 14-15, 1972_._ 96.00 

Do do* June 21, 1972 37.00 

Robert F. Drinan 3d, Mass June23,1972 . 110.40 

Gerald R. Ford 5th, Mich- June 16-17, 1972 132.24 

Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn May 25-26, 1972 . 149.60 

Do do June28,1972 149.60 

Louis Frey, Jr.__ 5th, Fla.. June 16-19, 1972 170.00 

Richard H. Fulton... 5th, Tenn June 15-21, 1972 126.00- 

Sam Gibbons 6th, Fla June 16-18, 1972 214.16 

Kenneth J. Gray 21st, III June 9-13, 1972 216.88. 

Charles H. Griffin 3d, Miss.... June 24-28, 1972 178.00 

Elwood Hillis.. 5th, Ind June 15-19, 1972 153.12 

Harold T. Johnson 2d, Calif June 23-25, 1972 .. 414.40 

Ed Jones 8th, Tenn May 12-15, 1972 146.00 

Do do June 23-26, 1972 146.00 

Robert W. Kastenmeier... 2d, Wis _•_ June 16-18, 1972 . 143.00 

William J. Keating 1st, Ohio . . June 2-5, 1972 81.52 

Hastings Keith..,. __ 12th, Mass Apr. 16, 1972... 60.50 

Do do May 25, 1972 60.50 

Carleton J. King 30th, N.Y May 19-22, 1972... 117.80 

Do do ■ June 23-25, 1972 117.80 

Peter N. Kyros 1st, Maine June 23-26, 1972 143.64 

Earl F. Landgrebe.. 2d, Ind.* Feb. 4, 1972 59.74 

Do do_... Mar. 10-12, 1972.. 109.88' 

Do do* Mar. 30, 1972 59.74 

Do.. do Apt. 24-May 5, 1972 119.60' 

Do do Apr. 27 May 3, 1972 114.68 

Do do* May 19, 1972 59.74 

Delhert L. Latta 5th, Ohio Feb. 9 16, 1972 89.40 

Do.. do Mar. 29-Apr. 11, 1972 102.00 

Do ...do* May 18, 1972.. 52.00 

Do do* June 1, 1972.. _ 64.25- 

Speedy O. Long 8th, La.* June 20. 1972 105.80 

Do do June 23-26, 1972... 165.60 

MaRuel Lujan, Jr 1st, IN. Mex June 22-25, 1972 272.00 

Robert McClory 12th, III June 16-18, 1972 107.52 

James A. McCiure 1st, Idaho . Jane 22 25, 1972 351.00 

Gunn McKay 1st, Utah June 15-18, 1972 270.80 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt. 1st, Colo.. June 23-25, 1972.. 264.00 

William S. Mailliard 6th, Calif June 22-25, 1972 388.00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif .. June 16-20, 1972 388.00- 

Lloyd Meeds 2d, Wash.. June 23-27, 1972 398.80 

Ancher INelsen 2d, Minn Feb. 19-21, 1972 161.60 

Do .do Feb. 25-27, 1972 161.60 

Do. ....do Apr. 21-23, 1972 161.60 

Do. ...do.... _ Apr. 28-30, 1972 161.60* 

Do do May 5-7, 1972 181.60 

Do do May 12-14, 1972 181.60 

Do do____ May 19-21, 1972. 201.60. 

Thomas M. Pelly 1st, Wash.... June 16-23,1972... 510.90. 

*1 way. 



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-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

July 11 205 Claude Pepper 11th, Fla Apr. 11-12, 1972 $188.88 

' Do -- -do May 11-14, 1972 188.88 

Do""" - - do._ May 25-29, 1972 168.88 

Do do June2-6,1972 188.88 

Do" do .._ June 11-12, 1972 188.88 

Alexander Pirnie.. 32d,N.Y June 9-20, 1972 101.50 

Bertram L. PodelL. 13th, N.Y 1972. _ 750.00 

Melvin Price 24th, III June 16-19, 1972 159.00 

John J. Rhodes 1st, Ariz June 23-25, 1972 340.00 

TenoRoncalio At Large, Wyo June 24-25, 1972 240.32 

Philip E Ruppe _ 11th, Mich June 23-26, 1972 225.00 

B. F. Sisk 16th, Calif do._ 420.00 

Floyd D. Spence 2d, S.C.. Apr. 20-24, 1972 78.00 

Do do May5-8,1972 78.00 

Do -do... _„,•- June 9-12, 1972 78.00 

Robert H. Steele. 2d, Conn June 23-26, 1972 90.00 

SamSteiger 3d, Ariz June 23-25, 1972, 334.00 

William A. Steiger 6th, Wis Apr. 20-25, 1972 180.00 

Do .do May 5-7, 1972 124.00 

Do .. -_do_ June 2-5, 1972 142.00 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr.... 10th, Ga June 10, 1972.. 74.99 

Do .. ..do*.... June 14, 1972_. 76.10 

Louis Stokes 21st, Ohio _ June 23-25, 1972.. 81.92 

Samuel S. Stratton 29th, N.Y do 72.50 

Vernon W. Thomson 3d, Wis.. do 155. 80 

Joseph P. Vigcrito 24th, Pa Jan. 7-11, 1972 92. 04 

Do do Feb. 18-23, 1972 92.04 

Do . .do Mar. 10-14, 1972 92.04 

Do .. do Apr. 1-10, 1972 92.04 

Do .do May 18-22, 1972 92.04 

Do ... .do June 1-6, 1972 92.04 

Larry Winn, jr 3d, Kans June 2-4, 1972 148.00 

JimWright 12th, Tex.. June 9-14, 1972 242.80 

GusYatron 6th, Pa 1972 750.00 

Clement J. Zablocki 4th, Wis.... May 12-14, 1972. 112.60 

Do . .do June 16-18, 1972 112.60 

13 284 Julia Butler Hansen 3d, Wash.* June 30, 1972 207.80 

19 317 Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif June 2 7, 1972 320.00 

319 Ronald V. Dellums 7th, Calif June 23-25, 1972.. 408.00 

333 Elizabeth Andrews 3d, Ala.* June 25, 1972 63.00 

Bob Bergland 7th, Minn May 5-6, 1972 239. 40 

Do .do.. May 25-29, 1972 214.40 

James A. Burke 11th, Mass. May 4-7, 1972 127.25 

Do .. do June3-5,1972 96.CO 

John Conyers, Jr 1st, Mich June 17-20, 1972 141. 38 

John Dellenback 4th, Oreg May 11-15, 1972 349.00 

John Dowdy 2d, Tex Mar. 29-Apr. 11, 1S72 34b.68 

ThaddeusJ. Dulski 41st, N.Y 1972 750.00 

Hamilton Fish, Jr 28th, N.Y Ma/ 4-9, 1972 Si. 00 

Do .do June 16-19, 1972 80.00 

Thomas S. Foley 5th, Wash June 23-26, 19/2... 42^.00 

William D. Ford 15th, Mich Sept. 25-27, 1971 95 00 

Ella T. Grasso . . 6th, Conn June 1-5, 1972.. _. 70.00 

F. Edward Hebert 1st, La.* June 29, 1972... 103.80 

Robert E. Jones . 8th, Ala June 15-20, 1972 174.24 

Dan Kuykendall 9th, Tenn June 9-10, 1972.. 156.00 

Mike McCormack 4th, Wash.* June 20-26, 1972 429.28 

Jerry L.Pettis... 33d, Calif June 14, 1972... 388.00 

Do. do. June 22-25, 1972.... 388.00 

John R. Rarick 6th, La May 25-30, 1972 247.00 

J. Edward Roush 4th, I nd June 9-11, 1972 82.00 

John G. Schmitz 35th, Calif May 2-June 8, 1972. 403.60 

Do. .. ..do June3-5, 1972. 364.60 

Charles M. Teague 13th, Calif... July 3-5, 1972 388.00 

John H.Terry 34th, N.Y May 25-30, 1972.. 94.56 

Do- .do June 15-19, 1972. 94.56 

Guy Vander Jagt. 9th, Mich May 19-21, 1972 143.92 

Do. .. do.... May 24-30, 1972 143.S2 

Do. do June 1-5, 1972 143.92 

Do. do June 8-12, 1972 143.92 

21 441 Bill Nichols 4th, Ala Mar. 30-Apr. 10, 1972 198.10 

442 Do .do Apr. 20-24, 1972 198.10 

443 Do do Apr. 27-May 1, 1972 198.10 

444 Do do May 18-23, 1972, 198.10 

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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-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

July 26 509 Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif May 25-29 1972 $398 56 

Bob Casey 22d, Tex.* May 4, 1972. . 98.60 

George E. Danielson 29th, Calif June 1-11 1972 400 96 

John W.Davis >th, Ga June 24-26, 1972 96 00 

Jonn Dowdy 2d, Tex.* June 23, 1972 " 173 40 

Paul Findley 20th, III May 25-29, 1972 124' 80 

Gerald R. Ford 5th, Mich June 13-15, 1972 " " 118.00 

Don Fuqua 2d, Fla June 8-11, 1972 ~ 148.00 

James M. Hanley 35th, M.Y Apr. 28-30, 1972 93.96 

Do ...do , May 12-14, 1972 93.96 

Do do June 16-19, 1972. 93.96 

David N. Henderson 3d, N.C May 19-22, 1972 79.80 

..... Do ....do June 1-5, 1972 79.80 

Wiley Mayne 6th, Iowa June 16-19, 1972 214 64 

Romano L. Mazzoli 3d, Ky June 22-26, 1972. . 90.00 

G.V.(Sonny)Montgomery_ 4th, Miss Mar. 23-24, 1972 163 00 

Morgan F. Murphy 3d, III June 26-30, 1972 . 196.58 

Graham Purcell 13th, Tex Mar. 23-26, 1972. 195.00 

Do do Apr. 3-7, 1972... 212.00 

Do do Apr. 20-24, 1972 182.00 

Do do June 9-12, 1972 212.00 

Albert H. Quie 1st, Minn May 25-28, 1972 166.16 

Wm. J. Randall 4th, Mo.* June 30, 1972 136. 51 

William R. Roy... 2d, Kans May 3-8, 1972 298.28 

Do do May 18-30, 1972 298.28 

Do do... June 16-20, 1972 298.28 

Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif May 4-7, 1972... 398.08 

Bob Wilson 36th, Calif May 4-8, 1972 398.00 

C. W. Bill Young 8th, Fla. June 19-20, 1972 170.00 

John Y. McColiister 2cl,Nebr June 23-25, 1972 _ 156.00 

Aug. 2 9C0 Donald G. Brotzman 2d, Colo June 23-25, 1972 . . 219.20 

John N. Happy Camp 6th, Okla Mar. 30-Apr. 9, 1972 248.72 

Do do. Apr. 21-25, 1972 243.60 

Do.. do Apr. 28-May 2, 1972 251.80 

Do do May 24-29, 1972 260.00 

Do_. ..do June 8-11, 1972 243.60 

William (Bill) Clay 1st, Mo Mar. 17-21, 1972 212.95 

Do. do Apr. 6-11, 1972 212.95 

Do do Apr. 27-May 2, 1972 212.95 

Do do May 18-23, 1972 212.95 

Do do... June9-13,1972 212.95 

James M. Collins 3d, Tex June 22-25, 1972 180.00 

Frank E. Denholm 1st, S. Dak Apr. 3-9, 1S72 274.93 

Do do May 15-29, 1972 274.93 

Do do June 2-4, 1972 274.93 

Richard T. Hanna _ 34th, Calif June 12-19, 1972 388.00 

James Harvey 8th, Mich Jan. 4-6, 1972 138.00 

Do.. do.. Feb. 2-6, 1972 123.24 

Do do Feb. 9-15, 1972 123.24 

Do do Mar. 20-25, 1972 167.08 

Do do Apr. 19-21, 1972 119.12 

Do do May 24-26, 1972. 119.12 

Do do May31-June 1,1972 118.00 

John C. Kluczynski 5th, III _ Apr. 10-12, 1972 132.00 

Do do May 16-18, 1972 132.00 

Do.. _clo June 15-20, 1972 192.88 

John Kyi 4th, Iowa June 16-13, 1972. 208.40 

Alvin E. O'Konski 10th, Wis Apr. 3-15, 1972 280.88 

Do do May 18-29, 1972 280.88 

Do..__ do June 16-24, 1972.... 280.88 

Earl B. Ruth 8th, N.C. Apr. 21-24, 1972 91.08 

Do.. do May 5-9, 1972 91.08 

Do do June 16-18, 1972 91.08 

Fernand J. St Germain.... 1st, R.I Apr. 20-25, 1972 105.60 

Do do ..... May 18-23,1972 105.60 

Do do June 15-20, 1972 105.60 

Fred Schwengel 1st, Iowa May4-6, 1972.. 160.88 

Do do May 18-20, 1972 144.88 

Do do May 25-29, 1972... 154.88 

Do ..do June 1-3, 1972 160.88 

Do do June 15-17,1972 154.88 

JoeSkubitz 5th, Kans Apr. 8-9, 1972 195.08 

Do do Apr. 14-18, 1972. 222.88 

Do do June 29-30, 1972 185.76 

OlinE. Teague 6th, Tex May 26-29, 1972.: 226.00 

Fletcher Thompson 5th, Ga June 8-13, 1972 165.44 

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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— 1, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Aug. 9 1000 John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif. June 18-23, 1972 $404.32 

16 1179 Ben B. Blackburn 4th, Ga_._ June 6, 1972 126.00 

1183 Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La May 25-June 6, 1972.... . 184.00 

John J. Duncan 2d,Tenn May 25-29, 1972 126.24 

Joe L Evins.... 4th, Tenn.* June 29, 1972.. 78.12 

Hamilton Fish, Jr 28th, N.Y. June 23-27, 1972 80.00 

Margaret M. Heckler. 10th, Mass. Aug. 16-22, 1971 130.60 

Do ..do... Oct. 21-26, 1971 130.60 

Do do Nov. 24-29, 1971 130.60 

Ray J. Madden 1st, Ind May 25-June 1, 1972 176.80 

Roman C. Pucinski 11th, III.*. Nov. 19, 1971 66.00 

Do. do* Dec. 14, 1971 66.00 

Do do Feb. 27-Mar. 2, 1972 132.00 

Do... ...do Mar. 23-27, 1972 132.00 

Do do*. Mar. 29, 1972 66.00 

Do do* Apr. 13, 1972 66.00 

Do do* June 7, 1972 66.00 

Do do June 8-12, 1972 132.00 

Do do* June 18, 1972 66.00 

Do ..do*. June 20, 1972 66.00 

Do ....do. June 22-26, 1972 132.00 

John R. Rarick 6th, La May 5-June 20, 1972 200.00 

Do do.. June8-13, 1972 206.20 

Do do June 23-27, 1972 200.00 

George E. Shipley. 23d, III. June 23-26, 1972.... 174.86 

James V.Stanton 20th, Ohio May 26-29, 1972... 99.32 

Do ...do. June 26-28, 1972.. 99.32 

Leonor K. Sullivan 3d, Mo.' Apr. 12-17; Apr. 28- 664.00 

May 1; May 12-15; 
June 23-26, 1972. 

25 1270 Ronald V. Dellums 7th, Calif Jan. 14-17, 1972... 408.00 

1271 Do do.. May 18-20, 1972 .. 408.00 

28 1320 Bob Bergland 7th, Minn June 23-25, 1972... 232.80 

29 1384 Donald D. Clancy 2d, Ohio May 11-15, 1972 . 77.01 

Dante B. Fascell 12th, Fla Dec. 17, 1971-Jan. 17, 1972. 199.64 

Do... do.. Mar. 17-20, 1972.. 199.64 

Walter Flowers 5th, Ala June 16-20, 1972 . .. 210.94 

Sam Gibbons 6th, Fla June 23-25, 1972 183.00 

Robert W. Kastenmeier... 2d, Wis Feb. 11-21, 1972 114.00 

Do.... do May 12-13, 1972 114.00 

David Pryor 4th, Ark Apr.20-May 11, 1972 178.00 

Do do* June 15, 1972 89.00 

Do... do*.. June 26, 1972 89.00 

Guy Vander Jagt 9th, Mich June 14-15, 1972 126.40 

Bob Wilson.... 36th, Calif May 18-20, 1972... 398.00 

Do do June 15-18,1972.. 398.00 

Roger H. Zion 8th, Ind Mar. 24-27, 1972. 116.85 

Do... do Apr. 14-17, 1972 102.85 

Do do June6-7, 1972.. 116.85 

Sept. 7 1673 Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La June 16-20, 1972 247.92 

James C. Cleveland 2d, N.H May 24-30, 1972 108.40 

Do do June 22-26, 1972 108.40 

Kenneth J. Gray 21st, III Jan. 3-7, 1972 216.88 

Margaret M. Heckler 10th, Mass Dec. 17, 1971-Jan. 17, 1972. 130. 60 

Do. do Feb. 10-15, 1972 130.60 

Do do Mar. 29-Apr. 3, 1972 130.60 

Do... do May 20-30, 1972... 130.60 

Delbert L. Latta 5th, Ohio Jan. 31-Feb. 3, 1972 93.00 

Do... ._ do Feb. 7-9,1972 93.00 

Do_ do Feb. 22-24, 1972 93.00 

Do do May 1-4, 1972 82.00 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss.* June 10, 1972_ 89.00 

Robert L. F. Sikes _ 1st, Fla Apr. 4-10, 1972 238.08 

Do do May 4-6, 1972 120.00 

W. S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr... 8th, Ga Nov. 24-28, 1971 175.06 

Do.... do Jan. 4-16, 1972 175.06 

Do ...do Feb. 4-6, 1972. 175.06 

Do _ ...do Mar. 3-6, 1972 175.06 

Do do Apr. 16-18,1972 175.06 

Do do May 12-15, 1972 175.06 

Do do June 16-19, 1972 175.06 

Charles Tnone 1st, Nebr May 25-29, 1972. 208.00 

14 1883 G. Elliott Hagan.. lst.Ga June 8-23, 1972 153.46 

1906 Clarence J. Brown __ 7th, Ohio* June22,1972 58.32 

18 1986 GarryBrown.. 3d, Mich June 16-20, 1972... 132.80 



1 4 round trips. 
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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 

1972 

Sept*19 1997 Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif.. June 23-26, 1972 $398.56 

William D. Hathaway 2d, Maine Mar. 24-25, 1972. . 103.00 

Do do. Apr.3-7, 1972 121.00 

Do ..do.. Apr. 20-22,1972. 97.00 

Do. do May 12-14,1972 112.00 

Do ..do... May 18-21, 1972.. 112.00 

Arthur A. Link 2d, N. Dak June 8-12, 1972. 316.88 

Richard W. Mallary At Large, Vt Mar. 30-Apr. 9, 1972 140.64 

Tom Steed 4th, Okla Jan. 14-18, 1972 240.74 

Do .do May 25-29, 1972.. 240.74 

Do do June 23-25, 1972 240.74 

Charles E. Wiggins.. 25th, Calif. June 15-17, 1972 398.08 

25 2117 David W. Dennis. 10th, Ind... Mar. 16-18, 1972 105.36 

2118 Do do Mar. 30-Apr. 11, 1972 105.36 

27 2236 George W. Collins... 6th, III Jan. 7-10, 1972.. 176.88 

Do. .do. Feb. 3-7, 1972.... 176.88 

Do.. do Mar. 15-20, 1972.. 176.88 

Do do Apr. 20-24, 1972 176.88 

Do ..do May 11-15, 1972. 176.88 

Do __..do June 1-5, 1972. __ 176.88 

Richard W. Mallary At Large, Vt Jan. 28-31, 1972 111.76 

Do do Feb. 16-Mar. 3, 1972 126.30 

Do do Apr. 15-16 1972... 119.36 

Do... do.... Apr. 21-24, 1972 115.28 

Do... ..do May 12-14, 1972.. 109.36 

Do... do May 25-30, 1972. 126.96 

Do do June 2-5, 1972.. 109.36 

Do .do. June 16-18, 1972 126.96 

Do do June 23-26, 1972 110.12 

David R. Obey 7th, Wis Apr. 2-10, 1972 164.00 

Do do May 5-7, 1972 162.00 

J ohn R. Rarick 6th, La.*... June 15, 1972 106.20 

James V. Stanton 20th, Ohio. May 13, 1972 80.00 

Do__ do May 16-21, 1972 80.00 

Frank A. Stubblefield 1st, Ky Feb. 29-Mar. 7, 1972 208.32 

Do do _. Mar. 28-Apr. 11, 1972 208.32 

Do.... do May 5-10, 1972. __ 208.32 

Do. do May27-June7, 1972 208.32 

Robert O. Tiernan 2d, R.I May 11-15, 1972... 114.50 

Do do June 8-12, 1972 114.50 

Do... do.. June 15-19, 1972. 114.50 

Oct. 5 2618 Bill Alexander 1st, Ark.*... June 21, 1972... 116.40 

David R. Obey 7th, Wis Nov. 12-14, 1971 156.00 

Do ...do.... Dec. 27-30, 1971 158.00 

20 2965 Leslie C. Arends 17th, III June 26. 1972 162.00 

John A. Blatnik 8th, Minn... May 4-7, 1972 222.48 

Patrick T. Caffery. 3d, La.*.... June 26, 1972 157.92 

Tim Lee Carter 5th, Ky May 25-30, 1972 185.28 

W. R.Hull, Jr 6th, Mo.*.. Jan. 8, 1972 95.00 

Do... do Jan. 20-24, 1972. 190.00 

Do do Feb. 11-14, 1972... 190.00 

Do.... ....do*... Mar. 10, 1972 95.00 

Do do Mar. 24-27, 1972 190.00 

Do do* Apr.8, 1972 95.00 

Do do May 11-15, 1972 190.00 

Do ..do May25-29, 1972 190.00 

Albert W.Johnson 23d, Pa Jan. 28-31, 1972.. 87.36 

Do do Feb.3-6, 1972 87.36 

Do do Mar. 24-26, 1972 87.36 

Do do Apr. 1-9, 1972 87.36 

Do.. ..do May 11-14, 1972.. 87.36 

Do do.... _. May 25-29, 1972.. 87.36 

Do do June 2-4, 1972__ 87.36 

Do. do.... June 16-18, 1972 87.36 

James W.Symington 2d, Mo Feb. 9-20, 1972 162.00 

Do do Apr. 28-30, 1972 162.00 

Do___ ...do May 25-29, 1972 128.00 

Charles Thone.... 1st, Nebr June 22-26, 1972. 211.84 

30 3162 James Abourezk... 2d, S. Dak. Mar. 30-Apr. 9, 1972 269.00 

Do do May 12-15, 1972 254.00 

Thomas L. Ashley... 9th, Ohio.... Jan. 28-31, 1972 118. 32 

Do.. .do Feb. 10-15, 1972 118.32 

Do do Mar. 29-Apr. 9, 1972 118.32 

Do ....do.... Apr. 21-26, 1972 118.32 

Do do May 26-29, 1972 118.32 

Do do June 2-5, 1972 118.32 

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257 

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 

1972 

Oct. 30 3162 Tim Lee Carter.. 5th, Ky Apr. 20-24, 1972.. $185.28 

Dante B. Fascell 12th, Fla Feb. 10-16, 1972 199.64 

Louise Day Hicks 9th, Mass Jan. 29-31, 1972 86.00 

Do do Feb. 6-7, 1972 86.00 

Do do Mar.3-6,1972 86.00 

Do do . Apr. 15-17, 1972 86.00 

Do do May26-31,1972 86.00 

Do do June2-5,1972 86.00 

Hastings Keith 12th. Mass Mar. 2-6, 1972 83.92 

Do do*.. Mar. 9, 1972 41.96 

Do""" do* Mar. 17,1972 41.96 

Do do Mar. 23-27,1972... 83.92 

Do do .' Apr. 27-May 1, 1972 83.92 

Do do June9-12, 1972 91.60 

Earl F. Landgrebe___ 2d, Ind.* June 25, 1972 59.74 

Alton Lennon.. 7th, N.C Feb. 11-15, 1972 87.72 

Do do . Mar. 30-Apr. 10, 1972 87.72 

Do " do Apr. 13-16, 1972 87.72 

Do do May4-7,1972 87.72 

Do""" do May 17-19, 1972 87.72 

Do " do ... May 23-25, 1972 87.72 

Do "do . June2-5,1972 87.72 

Ancher Nelsen 2d, Minn. June 22-25, 1972 181.60 

Nov. 8 3507 James Abourezk 2d,S.Dak Nov. 19-22, 1971 258.00 

Martha W. Griffiths 17th. Mich Feb. 17-21, 1972 96.00 

Do do Apr. 27-May 1, 1972 96.00 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 3d, Miss.* May 16, 1972 61.00 

Tom Railsback 19th, III June 23-27, 1972 118.00 

JohnR. Rarick 6th, La.* June 30, 1972 106.20 

Neal Smith 5th, Iowa... Mar. 30-Apr. 9, 1972 272.64 

Do do May 12-14, 1972 272.64 

Do do May 25-29, 1972 272.64 

Robert H. Steele 2d, Conn.* May 18, 1972 45.00 

20 3772 John N.Happy Camp 6th, Okla June 23-25, 1972 256.00 

John J. Flynt.Jr 6th, Ga Mar. 23-27, 1972.... 165.34 

Do do Mar. 30-Apr. 10, 1972 165.34 

Do" do May 11-14, 1972 165.34 

^ ^^ ^ June 8-13, 1972 165.34 

22 3809 Paul Findley 20th. 1)1 Mar. 9-13, 1972 128.00 

27 3811 James Harvey 8th, Mich June 16-17, 1972 123.24 

Arthur A. Link 2d, N. Dak Mar.3-6,1972 299.92 

Do do June 22-25, 1972 298.92 

James R.Mann 4t"h". S.C May 25-30, 1972.. 127.06 

Do do. June 1-5, 1972 127.06 

William E. Minshall 23d, Ohio Jan. 29-31, 1972 91.32 

Do do Feb. 4-7,1972 91.32 

Do -do. Mar. 9-13, 1972 91.32 

Do"" """.do. Apr. 21-24,1972 91.32 

Do do May 21-23,1972 91.32 

Do ""do June 10-13, 1972... 91.32 

John T. Myers 7th", Ind May 19-22, 1972 168.00 

Do do . May 26-June 1,1972 168.00 

Do" do June 22-25, 1972 168.00 

Vernon W. Thomson 3d, Wis Mar. 23-26, 1972 164.84 

Roger H. Zion 8th, Ind Mar. 30-Apr. 10, 1972 116.85 

Do do Apr. 21-24, 1972 102.85 

Do " do Sept. 29-Oct. 2, 1972.. 104.85 

28 3873 Arthur A. Link 2d, N. Dak.... June 4-8, 1971 305.84 

3873A Do ..do May6-9, 1971 281.80 

Dec. 4 4067 John T. Myers 7th, Ind Mar. 24-26, 1972.. 168.00 

Do do- Apr. 6-9, 1972 168.00 

Do do Apr. 20-23, 1972 168.00 

11 4242 MarkAndrews 1st., N. Dak Mar. 29-Aor. 9, 1972 170.00 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn. 3d, S.C_._ _ June 12-16, 1972 130.90 

William D. Hathaway 2d, Maine.. June 8-11, 1972 141.00 

Do do- June 16-18, 1972 108.00 

Earl F. Land'grebe... 2d, Ind.* Apr. 20, 1972 68.10 

David R Obey 7th, Wis Dec. 11-13, 1971 -- 161.00 

Do """ do June 16-18, 1972 170.00 

JoeSkubitz _ 5th. Kans Jan. 28-31, 1972— 217.12 

Neal Smith 5th, Iowa June 19-21, 1972 187.52 

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258 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Dec. 11 4242 Gene Snyder 4th, Ky Jan. 25-27, 1972 $90.00 

Do do_ __ Feb. 29-Mar. 4, 1972 111.00 

Do do Mar. 13-16, 1972 90.00 

Do do Apr. 17-20, 1972 90.00 

Do .do May 1-4, 1972.. 90.00 

Do do May 15-18, 1972.. 90.00 

Do __..do May 25-30, 1972 112.00 

Do... do._ June 5-8, 1972 90.00 

Victor V. Veysey 38th, Calif Mar. 2-6, 1972 387.64 

Do do... Mar.29-Apr. 10,1972 310.56 

Do do May 11-14, 1972... 337.60 

C. W. Bill Young 8th, Fla May 11-14, 1972 151.00 

John M. Zwach 6th, Minn... Mar. 4-5, 1972 146.00 

Do ...do Mar. 29-Apr. 9, 1972 146.00 

Do ....do Apr. 13-16, 1972 146.00 

Do ....do Apr. 23-24, 1972 146.00 

Do ....do... May 5-7, 1972 146.00 

4243 Wm. J. Randall 4th, Mo.* July 6, 1971 81.50 

Do do*. July 8, 1971 81.50 

Do do*.... Sept. 19,1971 81.50 

Do.... do* Oct. 21, 1971 81.50 

Do do* Dec. 13, 1971 81.50 

Do do* Feb.9, 1972 81.50 

Do. .do Feb. 24-27, 1972 157.00 

Do do Mar. 9-12,1972 163.00 

Do do Apr.27-May 1, 1972 163.00 

13 4347 Edward Hutchinson 4th, Mich Feb. 10-15, 1972 118.00 

Do ..do Mar. 11-12,1972 118.00 

Do do Mar. 18-19, 1972 118.00 

Do do Mar. 31-Apr. 8,1972 118.00 

Do do Apr. 14-18, 1972 118.00 

Do do Apr. 28-30, 1972 118.00 

Do do May 19-21, 1972 126.00 

Do do May 24-June 1, 1972 107.00 

Do do June 9-12, 1972 107.00 

Do ._..do June 16-18, 1972. 116.00 

4361 David W. Dennis___ 10th, Ind Apr. 27-May 2, 1972 104.52 

19 4400 William G. Bray. _ 6th, Ind Jan. 25-26, 1972 97.08 

Do do Jan. 27-30, 1972 97.08 

Do do Feb. 3-6,1972 97.08 

Do do Mar. 6-9,1972 97.08 

Do do May 24-28, 1972 108.80 

Don H.Clausen.... 1st, Calif Mar. 5-7, 1972 446.16 

Do do Apr. 27-30, 1972... 371.82 

Do do j May 11-14, 1972 390.16 

Do... do May25-June4,1972 468.16 

Do do... June4-8, 1972 429.16 

Do ...do. June 8-11, 1972 429.16 

Frank E. Denholm.. 1st, S. Dak Apr. 28-May 1, 1972 264.93 

Carl D. Perkins 7th, Ky. Feb. 10-15, 1972 76.00 

Do .do Apr. 21-24, 1972 76.00 

Refunds and adjustments '(168.44) 



Total paid from 1972 appropriations 84,593.76 



July 14 


292 


19 


318 




332 




363 




364 




365 




366 


20 


375 


24 


445 


26 


51? 


27 


516 



Bill Chappell, Jr 4th, Fla July 1-10, 1972 222.00 

Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif July 10-16, 1972 320.00 

John Young 14th, Texas July 1-13, 1972... 422.40 

James C. Corman 22d, Calif July 1,1972 204.00 

Do do*. July 16, 1972... 348.72 

John H. Buchanan 6th, Ala July 2-5, 1972 195.60 

Do ....do July 9-15, 1972 195.60 

Julia Butler Hansen 3d, Wash.* July 18, 1972 204.20 

Otto E. Passman 5th, La July 1-23, 1972 265.68 

Robert H. Steele 2d, Conn July 20-24, 1972.. 90.00 

Brock Adams.... 7th, Wash July 2-6, 1972 403.00 

Mark Andrews 1st, N. Dak.. June 30-July 17, 1972 258. 16 

Alphonzo Bell... 28th, Calif June 28-July 17, 1972 388.00 

Jackson E. Betts 8th, Ohio July 3-16, 1972 127.74 

Tom Bevill 7th, Ala. July 1-17, 1972 171.43 

Jack Brinkley 3d, Ga July 1-16, 1972.. 189. 12 

J. Herbert Burke 10th, Fla do 301.68 

Earle Cabell 5th, Tex July 2-16, 1972 226.00 

Cliffard D. Carlson 15th, III June 30-July 16, 1972 134.60 



i Includes refund of $1,130.92 from Congressman William R. Roy. 
*1 way. 



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— 2 , as amended — Continued 



1972 

July 27 



Aug. 



Congressman 

516 Elford A. Cederberg- 

Del Clawson 

William Clay.... 

Jorge L. Cordova... 

Philip M. Crane 

George E. Danielson 

Edward J. Derwinski 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr 

Do 

John Dowdy 

0. C. Fisher.. 

Bill Frenzel 

Don Fuqua 

Tom S. Gettys 

Henry B. Gonzalez 

Edith Green 

Do 

Charles S. Gubser.. 

Durward G. Hall 

Lee H. Hamilton 

Orval Hansen 

Augustus F. Hawkins 

David N. Henderson 

Floyd V. Hicks 

Richard H. Ichord 

Harold T. Johnson 

Abraham Kazen.Jr 

Sherman P. Lloyd 

Speedy 0. Long 

Manuel Lujan,Jr._ 

Paul N. McCbskey, Jr 

John Y. McCollister 

John J. McFall. 

Gunn McKay 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt. 

Torbert H. Macdonald 

Romano L. MazzolL 

Lloyd Meeds 

George P. Miller 

John S. Monagan 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 

Jerry L. Pettis 

Alexander Pirnie 

John J. Rhodes 

Ray Roberts 

William R. Roy 

William J.Scherle... 

John G. Schmitz 

H.Allen Smith 

Roy A. Taylor 

Vernon W. Thomson 

Al Ullman 

Charles A. Vanik 

Bob Wilson 

547 Charles H. Wilson 

1 878 James C. Corman.. 

2 879 Ronald V. Dellums 

8 992 Julia Butler Hansen 

9 995 John B. Anderson.. 

William R. Anderson 

Wayne N. Aspinall 

Do 

Walters. Baring 

Page Belcher 

Charles E. Bennett.. 

Hale Boggs 

Do 

Donald G. Brotzman 

Bill D. Burlison 

John W. Byrnes 

John N. Happy Camp 

Bob Casey 

Elford A. Cederberg 

Donald D. Clancy 

James M. Collins 



Congressional district 



10th, Mich 

23d, Calif 

1st, Mo _. 

(Res. Comm.) P.R. 

13th, III 

29th, Calif 

4th, III. 

13th, Mich... 

do. 



2d, Tex.*. 
21st, Tex. 
3d, Minn. 
2d,Fla__. 
5th, S.C.. 
20th, Tex. 
3d, Oreg- 
do. 



10th, Calif.. 
7th, Mo... . 

9th, ind 

2d, Idaho... 

21st, Calif.. 
3d, N.C.... 
6th, Wash.. 

8th, Mo 

2d. Calif 

23d, Tex 

2d. Utah 

8th, La.*... 
1st, N. Mex. 
11th, Calif.. 
2d, Nebr.... 
15th, Calif.. 
1st, Utah... 
1st, Colo... 
7th, Mass... 

3d, Ky 

2d, Wash... 
8th, Calif... 
5th, Conn... 
8th, Mass... 
33d, Calif... 
32d, N.Y... 

1st, Ariz 

4th, Tex.... 
2d, Kans... 
7th, Iowa... 
35th, Calif.. 
20th, Calif.. 
11th, N.C... 

3d, Wis 

2d, Oreg.... 
22d, Ohio... 
36th, Calif.. 
31st, Calif.. 
22d, Calif... 
7th, Calif... 
3d, Wash... 
16th, III.... 
6th, Tenn... 
4th, Colo... 
....do 



At Large, Nev. 

1st, Okla.* 

3d, Fla 

2d, La 

....do 



2d, Colo... 
10th, Mo.. 
8th, Wis... 
6th, Okla.. 
22d, Tex.. 
10th, Mich. 
2d, Ohio... 
3d, Tex... 



Date 



uly 6-17, 1972 

une 29 July 16, 1972. 
une 29-July 17, 1972. 
une 30-July 16, 1972. 

uly 4, 1972^ 

uly 1-16, 1972 

uly 1-17,1972 

uly 4-6, 1972.. 

uly 16-17, 1972 

uly 3, 1972 

uly 1-6,1972 

uly 4-14, 1972 

une 30-July 17, 1972. 
une 30-July 16, 1972. 

uly 1-16,1972 

uly 1-9,1972 

uly 13-16, 1972 

uly 2-4, 1972 

uly 1-6,1972 

uly 1-5, 1972 

uly 1-15, 1972 

uly 5-11, 1972 

uly 1-17, 1972 

une 30-July 16, 1972. 

uly 1-17, 1972 

uly 1-16,1972 

uly 1-8, 1972 

une 30-July 16, 1972. 

uly 1, 1972 

une 29-July 16,1972. 

uly 14-16,1972 

une 30-July 17, 1972. 

uly 1-14, 1972 

uly 1-15, 1972 

uly 1-17, 1972 

uly 1-16, 1972 

une 30-July 17, 1972. 
une 30-July 5, 1972.. 
une 30-July 17, 1972. 

uly 1-6, 1972 

uly 1-16, 1972 

uly 1-17, 1972 

uly 1-15, 1972 

uly 2-8, 1972.. 

une 22-26, 1972 

uly 1-17, 1972 

uly 1-16, 1972 

uly 14-16, 1972. 

uly 1-16, 1972 

...do 

do. 



uly 1-7, 1972. 

uly 1-5, 1972 

uly 3-8, 1972 

uly 1-11, 1972.. 

uly 27-31, 1972 

uly 27-30, 1972 

^ug. 2-6, 1972 

uly 7-9, 1972 

uly 1-14, 1972.. 

uly 1-12, 1972 

uly 20-22, 1972 

une27-July 15, 1972. 

uly 6, 1972 

uly 1-16, 1972.. 

uly 23-24, 1972 

uly 26-27, 1972. 

uly 10-16, 1972 

une 30-July 18, 1972. 

uly 1-13, 1972 

une 30-July 16, 1972. 

uly 23-24, 1972 

uly 27-31, 1972 

uly 16-20, 1972 

uly 2-5, 1972 



$169. 52 
400.24 
212.95 
216.00 
104. 40 
400. 96 
184. 42 

96.00 

96.00 
176. 70 
273. 88 
151.55 
197. 26 
107. 50 
208. 00 
388. 00 
388. 00 
414. 40 
294. 50 
156.86 
344. 00 
398. 00 

79.80 
315.00 
192. 80 
400. 00 
284. 72 
325. 00 
161.60 
234. 00 
310.00 
321. 52 
400. 00 
297. 80 
364.91 
131.44 

90.00 
320. 80 
395. 00 

94.86 
126.60 
388. 00 
101.50 
340. 00 
241.60 
298. 2S5 
313. 54 
403. 60 
388.00 
119.14 
276. 06 
453. 16 
101.48 
398. 00 
388. 00 
408. 00 
408. 00 
412.48 
121. 20 
190. 32 
346.04 
313.00 
362. 80 
103.00 
188. 80 
199. 44 
153.44 
271.20 
233. 66 
242.08 
251.80 
200. 00 
105.00 

76.00 
180. 00 



•lway. 



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— 1, as amended — Continued 



1972 
Aug. 9 995 



Congressman 



Congressional district 



Date 



1001 

10 1036 

1037 

15 1115 

16 1180 
1181 
1182 
1203 

17 1228 
21 1261 

1265 



William M. Colmer 5th, Miss 

John C. Culver 2d, Iowa 

Glenn R. Davis 9th, Wis 

E de la Garza 15th, Tex 

Frank E. Denholm IstS. Dak 

Do do 

Samuel L. Devine 12th, Ohio . 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr 13th, Mich 

Ed Edmondson 2d, Okla 

Jack Edwards 1st, Ala 

Hamilton Fish. Jr 28th, N.Y 

Thomas S. Foley. 5th, Wash.. 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr... 27th, Calif 

Henry B. Gonzalez 20th, Tex 

Edith Green 3d, Oreg... 

Martha W. Griffiths 17th, Mich 

James A. Haley 7th, Fla_ 

Richard T. Hanna 34th, Calif 

Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash 

Robert E. Jones 8th, Ala 

William J. Keating... 1st, Ohio 

Jack F. Kemp 39th, N.Y 

Carleton J. King 30th, N.Y 

John Kyi 4th, Iowa 

Robert McClory... 12th, III 

Mike McCormack 4th, Wash 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt. 1st, Colo 

Dave Martin. 3d, Nebr. 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif 

Dawson Mathis 2d, Ga 

Ralph H. Metcalfe 1st, III 

Patsy T. Mink. 2d, Hawaii 

Thomas M. Pelly 1st, Wash 

Melvin Price 24th, III 

Roman C. Pucinski 11th, III... 

Do. do* 

Tom Railsback... 19th, III 

Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III 

Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich 

Do .do 

Fred Schwengel 1st, Iowa 

JoeSkubitz 5th, Kans 

Sam Steiger 3d, Ariz. 

Olin E. Teague... 6th, Tex 

Fletcher Thompson 5th, Ga 

Jamie L. Whitten 1st, Miss 

Charles H. Wilson 31st, Calif 

John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif 

Mendel J. Davis 1st, S.C 

Do do Aug. 1-6, 1972 

Jack Brinkley 3d, Ga Aug. 10-14, 1972 

Ben B. Blackburn 4th, Ga Aug. 8-9, 1972.. 

Do ...do Aug. 9, 1972 

Do do Aug. 11-13, 1972 

John S. Monagan 5th, Conn Aug. 4-7, 1972.. 

Ronald V. Dellums 7th, Calif Aug. 11-13, 1972 

Otto E. Passman 5th, La Aug. 7-21, 1972 

Mark Andrews 1st, N. Dak 

Wayne N. Aspinall 4th, Colo 

Nick Begich At Large, Alaska.. 

John Brademas 3d, Ind 

J. Herbert Burke. _ 10th, Fla__ 

John N. Happy Camp 6th, Okla 

Cliffard D. Carlson 15th, III 

Jorge L. Cordova (Res. Comm.) P.R 

Glenn R. Davis 9th, Wis 

E de la Garza... 15th, Tex 

John Dellenback. 4th, Oreg 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr 13th, Mich... 

Robert F. Drinan 3d, Mass 

John J. Duncan... 2d, Tenn 

Do do. 

Don Edwards 9th, Calif 

Jack Edwards 1st, Ala 

John N. Erlenborn 14th, III 

Do. do 



June 30-July 17, 1972. 

July 1-17,1972 

July 1-15, 1972 

July 5-16, 1972 

July 3-5, 1972 

July 14-16, 1972 

Aug. 1, 1972 .... 

July 23-24, 1972 

July 16-17, 1972 

July 2-18, 1972 

July 21-24, 1972. 

July 22-23, 1972 

June 30-July 7, 1972.. 

July 21-23, 1972 

July 21-24, 1972...... 

July 20-24, 1972 

June 30-July 17, 1972 

July 7-16, 1972 

July 20-24, 1972 

July 1-18, 1972 

July 27-31, 1972 

July 21-24, 1972 , 

July 14-16, 1972 

June 30-July 16 

July 1-17, 1972 

July 1-9, 1972 

July 20-24, 1972 

July 20-23, 1972 

June 29-July 16, 1972. 

July 1-17, 1972 

July 20-24, 1972 

July 21-24, 1972 

June 30-July 18,1972. 

July 1-17, 1972 

June 30-July 3, 1972... 

July 16, 1972. 

July 6-20, 1972. 

July 20-24, 1972 

June 28-July 17, 1972. 

July 20-24, 1972 

July 20-22,1972 

July 12-16, 1972 

June 30-July 16, 1972. 

July 20-23, 1972 

June 30-July 17, 1972. 

July 3-16, 1972 

July 20-23, 1972 

July 23-28, 1972 

July 27-30, 1972 



July 27-31, 1972 

July 27-29, 1972 

July 27-31,1972 

July 28-31, 1972 

July 27-31, 1972 

July 23-25, 1972 

July 27-30, 1972 

July 21-24, 1972 

July 28-30, 1972 

July 27-31,1972 

July 27-30, 1972 

July 30, 1972 

July 21-23, 1972 

June 30-July 12, 1972. 

July 27-30, 1972 

July 28-30, 1972 

July 27-31, 1972 

July 11-16, 1972 

July 21-24, 1972. 



$165. 60' 
174. 0O 
226.74 
374.98 
266. 93 
276. 93 
750. 00 

85.00 
206. 00 
252. 60 

80.00 
367.75 
388. 00 
258.00 
388. 00 

96. 00 
241.92 
388. 00 
315.00 
174. 24 

82.52 

89.28 
117.80 
208. 40 
206. 60 
430.00 
264. 00 
306. 00 
388. 00 
197.28 
146. 60 
697. 06 
535.95 
213. 86 
132.00 

66. 00 
234. 32 
196. 58 
210. 00 
210. 00 
154. 88 
197.72 
312.00 
226. 00 
165. 44 
250. 56 
388. 00 
404. 32 
108. 00 
108. 00 
111.00 
126.00 
112.00 
164. 02 

94.86 
408. 00 
265. 68 
228. 80 
337. 40 
651.00 
141. 00 
186. 00 
247. 80 
149. 60 
216. 00 
144. 00 
282. 00 
349. 00 

96. 00 
123. 20 
126. 24 
126. 24 
403. 60 
176. 00 
198. 88 
132. 00 



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261 



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 



1972 
Aug. 21 



Congressman 



Congressional district 



Date 



1265 Frank E. Evans.. 

Do 

Joe L. Evins .. 

Gerald R. Ford 

Donald M. Fraser 

Louis Frey, Jr 

Henry B. Gonzalez 

Ella T. Grasso 

Kenneth J. Gray 

Do 

James F. Hastings... 

David N. Henderson 

Elwood Hillis 

Frank Horton. 

Joseph E. Karth 

Dan Kuykendall 

Peter N. Kyros 

Earl F. Landgrebe 

Manuel Lujan, Jr 

Robert McClory 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 

Gunn McKay 

Do 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt. 
Ray J. Madden 

Do.. 

William S. Mailliard 

Dave Martin 

Spark M. Matsunaga 

Wiley Mayne 

Lloyd Meeds. 

Patsy T. Mink 

Morgan F. Murphy. 

Carl D. Perkins... 

J.J. Pickle 

Wm.J. Randall 

Do 

Henry S. Reuss. 

Do 

J. Edward Roush 

Harold Runnels 

William J. Scherle 

Garner E. Shriver 

B. F. Sisk 

Louis Stokes 

Charles M. Teague 

Morris K.Udall. 

Charles H. Wilson 

Larry Winn, Jr 

Jim Wright. 

Sidney R. Yates 

Clement J. Zablccki 

Do 

28 1273 Julia Butler Hansen 

1321 Thomas S. Foley.. 

29 1378 Walters. Baring.. 

Alphonzo Bell. 

Tom Bevill.. 

Hile Boggs 

Richard Boiling... 

John Brademas 

Donald G. Brotzman 

Do... 

Bill D. Burlison 

Bob Casey 

Donald D. Clancy 

Barber B. Conable, Jr 

Do 

John Conyers, Jr 

William P. Curlinjr 

E de la Garza.. 

William L. Dickinson 

Do 

Charles C. Diggs.Jr 

John Dowdy 



3d, Colo 

do 

4th, Tenn.*.. 

5th, Mich... 

5th, Minn 

5th, Fla 

20th, Tex... 

6th, Conn 

21st, III 

do 

38th, N.Y 

3d, N.C 

5th, Ind... 

36th, N.Y 

4th, Minn 

9th, Tenn 

1st, Maine 

2d, Ind 

1st, N. Mex 

12th, III.... 

11th, Calif 

1st, Utah 

do 

1st, Colo. 

1st, Ind... 

do.... 

6th, Calif 

3d, Nebr 

1st, Hawaii 

6th, Iowa 

2d, Wash. 

2d, Hawaii 

3d, III 

7th, Ky 

10th, Tex 

4th, Mo.* 

do* 

5th, Wis.. 

do.... 

4th, Ind 

2d, N. Mex 

7th, Iowa 

4th, Kans. 

16th, Calif 

21st, Ohio. 

13th, Calif. 

2d, Ariz. 

31st, Calif 

3d, Kans. 

12th, Tex 

9th, III.. 

4th, Wis 

do 

3d, Wash.* Aug. 16, 1972 

5th, Wash.. Aug. 3-7, 1972 

At Large, Nev Aug. 4-7, 1972 

28th, Calif Aug. 3-6, 1972 

7th, Ala Aug. 3-7, 1972 

2d, La Aug. 3-6, 1972 

4th, Mo... Aug. 7, 1972 

3d, Ind.. Aug. 4-6, 1972 

2d, Colo. July 28-30, 1972.... 

do. Aug. 4-7, 1972 

10th, Mo Aug. 3-9, 1972 

22d,Tex._ Aug. 11-14, 1972. __ 

2d, Ohio July 31-Aug. 6, 1972 

37th, N.Y. July 28-30, 1972.... 

do... Aug. 11-13, 1972.... 

1st, Mich _ July 20-25, 1972..... 

6th, Ky July 19-25, 1972.... 

15th, Tex Aug. 4-7, 1972 

2d, Ala. June 23-27, 1972... 

do July 10-15, 1972.... 

13th, Mich Aug. 12-13, 1972... 

2d, Tex July 27-Aug. 7, 1972 



uly 1-16, 1972 

uly 21-22, 1972 

uly 31, 1972 

uly 28-29, 1972 

une 30-July 17, 1972. 

uly 27-30, 1972 

uly 27-30, 1972 

uly 20-24, 1972 

uly 7-10, 1972 

Aug. 4-7, 1972. 

uly 27-30, 1972 

Aug. 4-7, 1972 

uly 1-17, 1972 

uly 28-31, 1972 

uly 28-30, 1972 

uly 20-29, 1972 

uly 20-24, 1972 

uly 22-24, 1972 

uly 27-30, 1972 

uly 27-30, 1972 

uly 20-24, 1972 

uly 21-24, 1972 

uly 26-27, 1972 

uly 27-31, 1972 

une 28-July 5. 1972.. 

uly 8-16, 1972 

uly 27-30, 1972. 

uly 27-30, 1972 

uly 20-26, 1972 

uly 21-24, 1972 

uly 27-Aug. 1, 1972.. 

uly 27-31, 1972 

uly 17-20, 1972 

uly 1-16, 1972 

uly 21-23, 1972 

uly 15, 1972 

uly 27, 1972.. 

uly 1-16, 1972.. 

uly 28-30, 1972 

uly 27-30, 1972 

uly 27-30, 1972 

uly 27-Aug. 1, 1972.. 

uly 28-30, 1972 

uly 27-31, 1972 

uly 28-31, 1972 

uly 27-30, 1972 

uly 27-30, 1972 

Aug. 3-6, 1972 

uly 28-31, 1972 

uly 27-30, 1972 

uly 27-30, 1972 

uly 21-24, 1972 

uly 28-31, 1972 



$264. 00 
238. 00 

78.12 
118.00 
169.60 
170. 00 
258. 00 

70.00 
216.88 
216.88 

98.00 

79.80 
153.12 

95.88 
186. 00 
122.00 
143.64 
114.68 
272. 00 
107.52 
310.00 
270. 80 
270. 80 
264. 00 
176. 80 
176.80 
388. 00 
318. 00 
713.79 
229. 00 
378. 40 
763. 58 

196. 58 
135. 48 
255. 20 
138.51 
136.51 
129.00 
112.00 

82.00 
297. 20 
313.54 
216. 00 
420. 00 

81.92 
388. 00 
332. 00 
388. 00 
148. 00 
242. 80 
132.00 
128. 60 
112.60 
206. 24 
459. 00 
360. 40 
388. 00 
135.00 
176.44 
194. 80 
148. 00 
271.20 
271.20 
233. 66 

197. 20 
76.00 
98.16 
98.16 

141.38 
82.00 
282.00 
133.92 
165.00 
96.00 
348. 18 



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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— 1, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Aug* 29 1378 Paul Findley 20th, III July 21-24, 1972 $123.80 

Gerald R. Ford 5th, Mich Aug. 2-3, 1972 118.00 

Do. ....do... Aug. 11-12,1972. 118.00 

Bill Frenzel. 3d, Minn Aug. 4-6,1972 149.60 

Richard Fulton 5th, Tenn Aug. 10-14, 1972 . 126.00 

Sam Gibbons 6th, Fla July 1-17, 1972 183.00 

Do do July 20-24, 1972_ 183.00 

Do do July 27-31, 1972.... 183.00 

Barry M.Goldwater, Jr. ... 27th, Calif Aug.3-6,1972 388.00 

Martha W. Griffiths 17th, Mich Aug. 3-8, 1972 . 96.00 

Charles S.Gubser 10th, Calif July 27-30, 1972 414.40 

Durward G. Hall 7th, Mo Aug. 3-7, 1972 . 294.50 

Richard T. Hanna 34th, Calif Aug. 3-6, 1972 388.00 

James F. Hastings 38th, N.Y Aug. 4-7, 1972 98.00 

Richard H. Ichord 8th, Mo Aug. 7-9, 1972 192.80 

Robert W. Kastenmeier... 2d, Wis July 1-14, 1972 .. 196.41 

Jack F. Kemp 39th, N.Y Aug. 11-14, 1972 89.28 

Phil M. Landrum 9th, Ga Aug. 3-9,1972 126.00 

Do do Aug. 10-16, 1972.... 126.00 

Delbert L. Latta 5th, Ohio Aug. 6-10, 1972 128.50 

Sherman P. Lloyd. 2d, Utah Aug. 3-5, 1972 325.00 

Manuel Lujanjr 1st, N. Mex Aug.3-6,1972 272.00 

Paul N. McCloskey.Jr 11th, Calif. Aug. 3-5, 1972... 310.00 

Mike McCormack.. 4th, Wash July 26-31, 1972 484.79 

Jack H. McDonald 19th, Mich.. July 18-20, 1972.., 151.62 

Do do_. Aug. 1-9, 1972. 151.62 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt. 1st, Colo Aug. 3-6, 1972 264.00 

Dave Martin 3d, Nebr Aug. 11-13, 1972 230.69 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif Aug. 3-7, 1972. 388.00 

Ralph H. Metcalfe 1st, III Aug.3-6,1972 146.60 

Patsy T. Mink 2d, Hawaii ... Aug. 4-7, 1972 731.56 

David R. Obey 7th, Wis June 30-Julv 16, 1972 193. 00 

Do do Aug. 3-7,1972. 173.00 

James G.O'Hara.. 12th, Mich July 20-23, 1972... 106.80 

Jerry L. Pettis 33d, Calif July 21-24, 1972 388.00 

Do do Aug. 3-6, 1972 388.00 

Melvin Price 24th, III Aug. 4-6, 1972 159.00 

David Pryor 4th, Ark June 29-July 23, 1972 178.00 

HenryS. Reuss 5th, Wis.. Aug. 4-6, 1972 112.00 

Do do Aug. 11-13,1972... 118.00 

Ray Roberts 4th, Tex July 27-Aue. 6, 1972 241.60 

Teno Roncalio At Large, Wyo July 1-7, 1972 ... 240.32 

Do do.. July 27-29, 1972... 240.32 

Dan Rostenkowski __ 8th, III Aug. 4-7, 1972 196.58 

Edward R. Roybal _. 30th, Calif June 30-July 16, 1972. 310.00 

Garner E.Shriver... 4th, Kans Aug. 11-13, 1972. 216.00 

William A. Steiger 6th, Wis July 1-19, 1972 140.00 

Do... do July 21-24, 1972.... 142.00 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr.... 10th, Ga July 23-27, 1972 ;___ 152. 20 

Do do Aug. 3-9,1972 152.20 

BurtL. Talcott 12th, Calif. Aug. 4-8, 1972.... 397.36 

OlinE. Teague 6th, Tex.* Aug. 5, 1972 113.00 

Do do Aug. 11-13, 1972.... 226.00 

AlUllman 2d,Oreg Juy 27-31, 1972.... 427.20 

William C. Wampler 9th, Va July 27-31,1972 96.60 

Do do Aug. 10-14, 1972.... 96.60 

BobWilson.. 36th, Calif July 27-31, 1972 398.00 

Do. do Aug. 3-7,1972 398.00 

Charles H. Wilson 31st, Calif Aug. 11-13, 1972 388.00 

LarryWinn.Jr 3d, Kans Aug. 4-7, 1972 148.00 

Sidney R. Yates 9th, III Aug. 4-6,1972 132.00 

Do do Aug. 10-13, 1972 132.00 

Clement J. Zablocki 4th, Wis. _. Aug. 3-6, 1972 112.60 

Sept. 1 1618 JohnYoung.. 14th, Tex Aug. 24-31, 1972 282.00 

6 1637 Otto E. Passman 5th, La Aug. 25-Sept. 5, 1972 265.68 

1640 John H. Buchanan 6th, Ala Aug. 23-Sept. 2, 1972 195.60 

1641 Samuel S. Stratton 29th, N.Y Aug. 22-Sept. 4, 1972 117.18 

1664 John E. Moss.. 3d, Calif Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972 422.60 

11 1714A Earle Cabell 5th, Tex Aug. 20-Sept. 3, 1972 226.00 

1714B Do do Sept. 8-10, 1972 234.00 

1715 Carl Albert. 3d, Okla. Aug. 19-24, 1972.... 230.48 

John B. Anderson 16th, III Aug. 10-13, 1972 121.20 

LaMar Baker 3d, Tenn July 27-31. 1972 145.44 

Do do... Aug. 4-8, 1972.... 145.44 

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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Sept. 111715 Hale Boggs. 2d, La Aug. 11-14, 1972 . $199 44" 

Do do. Aug. 17-29,1972 199.44 

James M. Collins 3d, Tex Aug. 3-6, 1972 . 180 00 

Do.. do.. Aug. 10-13, 1972 . 180.00 

Philip M. Crane 13th, III Aug. 25-29, 1972.. " 104 40 

George E. Danielson 29th, Calif Aug. 3-6, 1972 400 96 

John W. Davis 7th, Ga.* July 1, 1972 . 48 00 

Do do* Aug. 19, 1972. 48.00 

John Dellenback 4th, Oreg Aug. 11-14, 1972 363.00 

Edward J. Derwinski. 4th, III Aug. 25-31, 1972 . 184.42 

Robert F Drinan 3d, Mass Aus. 12-14, 1972 " 123 20 

Joshua Eilberg 4th, Pa ._ 1972. _ 750 00 

John N. Erlenborn... 14th, III Aug. 19-25, 1972. 198 88 

Paul Findley 20th, III.... Aug. 11-12, 1972.. 118 00 

O. C. Fisher 21st, Tex Aug. 12-13, 1972.. 265 28 

Walter Flowers 5th, Ala June 30-Ju|y 18, 1972 226 78 

Do do July 27-31 .. 221 02 

Edward A. Garmatz 3d, Md 1972 750 00 

Ella T. Grasso 6th, Conn Aug. 14-18", 1972. " 7o'oO 

Margaret M. Heckler 10th, Mass Ju|y 1-16, 1972 130 60 

Do do July 20-31, 1972 '. 13o!60 

Chet Holifield 19th, Calif... Aug. 18-23, 1972.. 388 00 

Frank Horton.... 36th, N.Y... Aug. 11-14, 1972 95 88 

Craig Hosmer 32d, Calif.* Aug. 20, 1972 203.00 

William L Hungate 9th, Mo. Aug. 4-25, 1972. 230 16 

Do do Aug. 9-17, 1972 132.40 

John Jarman 5th, Okla.. July27-Aug. 6, 1972 227 20 

Do do*. Aug. 19 1972 . 88.60 

Harold T. Johnson 2d, Calif Aug. 12-13, 1972 364 10 

Ed Jones 8th, Tenn Aug. 6-21, 1972 213.00 

Robert E. Jones 8th, Ala Aug. 20-31, 1972 174 24 

Carleton J. King 30th, N.Y Aug. 11-14, 1972 117 80 

Torbert H. Macdonald 7th, Mass.., Aug 3-7,1972 131 44 

AbnerJ. Mikva 2d, III... July 20-26, 1972.... 1C200 

Lucien N. Nedzi 14th, Mich July 1-Aug. 14, 1972 142 98 

Robert Price.. 18th, Tex. Aug. 3-6,1972 . " 27400 

Teno Roncalio At Large, Wyo Aug. 4-6, 1972 240 32 

Philip E. Ruppe. 11th, Mich Aug. 3-7, 1972 "" 214 00 

DickShoup 1st, Mont. July 27-31, 1972. 393' 92 

Do ...do. Aug. 10-14, 1972 415.36 

Robert L. F. Sikes 1st, Fla June 29-July 9, 1972 238 08 

Do... do Aug. 20-27, 1972 238.08 

Robert H. Steele 2d, Conn Aug. 11-14, 1972 90 00 

W.S. (Bill)Stuckey,Jr_... 8th, Ga July 1-10, 1972 175' 06 

Do do.. Aug. 1-9,1972 175.06 

Charles Thone 1st, Nebr June 30-July 17, 1972 211 84 

Do .do July 27-31, 1972. 211 84 

Do do Aug. 10-14,1972 211.84 

Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz. Aug. 11-13, 1972 333 00 

AlUllman.... 2d, Oreg Aug 17-23,1972 431*56 

Charles A. Vanik 22d, Ohio Aug. 20-23. 1972 80 00 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr 4th, La.*. July 30, 1972 217 40 

Richard C. White 16th Tex Aug. 18-22, 1972 298 00 

12 1725 Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif Aug. 18-Sept 6, 1972 712 28 

1777 Bill Chappell, Jr 4th, Fla Sept. 1-5, 1972 222 00 

1778 Do do. Aug. 18-29, 1972". 222.00 

1796 Ronald V. Dellums 7th, Calif Aug. 31-Sept. 5, 1972 408.00 

13 1801 Bill Nichols 4th, Ala. Aug. 31-Sept. 7, 1972.. 198.10 

1802 Do do. Aug. 16-31, 1972 .. 198.10 

1803 Do... do Aug. 10-14, 1972 198.10 

1804 Do do Aug. 3-7, 1972 198 10 

14 1855 Mike McCormack 4th, Wash Aug. 3-15, 1972 409 60 

1884 G. Elliott Hagan 1st, Ga June 30-July 2, 1972 . 153.46 

1885 Do do July 7-10, 1972 153.46 

"886 Do do July 22-24, 1972 153.46 

1887 Do do July 30-Aug. 2,1972. 153.46 

1888 Do do Aug. 11-15, 1972 153.46 

1907 Clarence J. Brown 7th, Ohio* Sept. 5, 1972 58 32 

1908 Do do Aug. 29-31, 1972".. 116.64 

19 1991 Julia Butler Hansen 3d, Wash.* Sept. 17, 1972 206 24 

1998 Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif Sept. 14-18, 1972 368 00 

2000 James C. Corman 22d, Calif Aug. 18, 1972 204.00 

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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— 1, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Sept. 20 2028 Thomas G. Abernethy 1st, Miss Aug. 17-25, 1972 $224 88 

Brock Adams 7th, Wash Aug. 24-31, 1972.. 403.00 

Bill Alexander 1st, Ark July 20-24, 1972.. 175.75 

William R. Anderson. 6th,Tenn Aug. 1-4, 1972 190 32 

Bill Archer. 7th, Tex.* Sept. 4, 1972. I 124!60 

Nick Begich.. At Large, Alaska Aug. 3-7, 1972 532.92 

Do do* Aug. 25, 1972 572.52 

Page Belcher 1st, Okla.. Aug. 25-Sept. 4, 1972 _ .. 206.00 

Jackson E. Betts 8th, Ohio Aug. 25-Sept. 5, 1972 127.74 

Tom Bevill 7th, Ala Aug. 19-Sept. 3, 1972 154.48 

Jack Brinkley 3d, Ga Aug. 20-Sept. 4, 1972 189.12 

William S. Broomfield 18th, Mich... Sept. 1-2, 1972 . 96.00 

Garry Brown.. 3d, Mich Aug. 4-9, 1972 133.60 

J. Herbert Burke.. 10th, Fla_ Aug. 18-Sept. 3, 1972 .. 301.68 

James A. Burke 11th, Mass.. July 1-6, 1972 126.56 

Do do.. Aug. 22-31,1972 126.56 

Omar Burleson 17th, Tex... Aug. 29-Sept. 3, 1972 276.40 

Bill D. Burlison. 10th, Mo Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972 . 233.66 

Bob Casey 22d, Tex Sept. 7-10, 1972.. 203.20 

DelClawson 23d, Calif.. Aug. 18-Sept. 3, 1972 400.24 

John Conyers, Jr 1st, Mich Aug. 3-9, 1972 141.38 

Jorge L. C6rdova (Res. Comm.) P.R Aug. 18-Sept. 4, 1972 216. 00 

John Dellenback 4th, Oreg.. Aug. 19-Sept. 5, 1972 553.76 

Bob Eckhardt 8th, Tex... Aug. 19-Sept. 5, 1972. 246.00 

Don Edwards 9th, Calif.. Aug. 18-Sept. 1, 1972 361.60 

Jack Edwards 1st, Ala Aug. 11-31, 1972 252.60 

Do ....do Sept. 5-7, 1972. 252.60 

John N. Erlenborn 14th, III. Aug. 30-31, 1972 132.00 

O.C.Fisher 21st, Tex.* Sept. 8, 1972 146.00 

William D. Ford 15th, Mich July 20-24, 1972 95.00 

Do do July 26-30, 1972 90.00 

Do do Sept. 1-4. 1972 140.38 

Richard Fulton.... 5th, Tenn Sept. 7-11, 1972. 126.00 

Sam Gibbons 6th, Fla _ Aug. 18-Sept. 4, 1972 207.16 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr... 27th, Calif Aug. 18-Sept. 4, 1972. 388.00 

Edith Green.. 3d, Oreg Aug. 18-Sept. 3, 1972 388.00 

Martha W. Griffiths 17th, Mich Sept. 7-11, 1972 98.00 

H. R. Gross 3d, Iowa Aug. 18-Sept. 2, 1972 268. 18 

Do do Sept. 8-10, 1972 138.00 

James A. Haley. 7th, Fla Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972 249. 82 

Durward G. Hall 7th, Mo. Sept. 7-11, 1972 294. 50 

David N. Henderson 3d, N.C. Sept. 7-11, 1972 79.80 

Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash.. Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972 393.00 

ElwoodHillis 5th, Ind. Aug. 4-8,1972.. 153.12 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind Aug. 26-Sept. 1,1972 147.50 

Harold T. Johnson 2d, Calif... Aug. 19-Sept. 4, 1972 288.60 

Ed Jones _ 8th, Tenn July 1-24, 1972 146.00 

Joseph E. Karth 4th, Minn Sept. 7-10, 1972 192.00 

William J. Keating 1st, Ohio. Aug. 10-14,1972... 81.52 

Dan Kuykendall 9th, Tenn Aug. 17-Sept. 2, 1972. 227.88 

Robert L. Leggett 4th, Calif. Aug. 17-20,1972 406.40 

Do do... Sept. 7-10,1972 396.40 

Arthur A. Link 2d, N. Dak July 21-25, 1972 330.84 

Do do July 28-31, 1972.... 368. 12 

Do.. do Aug. 11-14,1972. 273.52 

James A. McClure. 1st, Idaho... Sept. 6-9, 1972. 340.00 

John J. McFall. 15th, Calif Sept. 8-10,1972 398.00 

Gunn McKay. 1st, Utah.. Aug. 18-Sept. 4, 1972 419.00 

Williams. Mailliard 6th, Calif Aug. 18-Sept. 8, 1972 388.00 

Wiley Mayne 6th, Iowa Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972 204.80 

Lloyd Meeds 2d, Wash.... Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972 320. 80 

G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss.* July 7, 1972 85. 00 

Morgan F. Murphy. 3d, III Aug. 7-11, 1972 196.58 

William H. Natcher 2d, Ky July 1-16, 1972... 178.44 

Do do Aug. 18-Sept. 3, 1972. 141.36 

Lucien N. Nedzi 14th, Mich. July 17-20, 1972 115. 00 

Do.. do Aug. 10, 1972 89.00 

Carl D. Perkins 7th, Ky Aug. 19-Sept. 3, 1972 135.48 

Jerry L. Pettis 33d, Calif.. Aug. 18-Sept. 4, 1972 388. 00 

Do.. ...do Sept. 7-10, 1972. 398.00 

Wm. J. Randall... 4th, Mo.* Sept. 3, 1972.... 136. 51 

Thomas M. Rees 26th, Calif... Aug. 19-26, 1972 270.00 

HenryS. Reuss 5th, Wis.* Aug. 19, 1972 57.00 

Donald W. Riegle, Jr 7th, Mich Aug. 14-15, 1972 134. 12 

Paul G. Rogers.. ._ 9th, Fla Aug. 19-Sept. 4, 1972 153.00 

J. Edward Roush 4th, Ind Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972 82.00 

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265 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Sept. 20 2028 Edward R. Roybal 30th, Calif July 20-24, 1972__. $349.00 

Harold Runnels 2d, It. Mex. Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972. 286.40 

William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa Aug. 11-13, 1972 177.68 

Do do Aug. 18-Sept. 9, 1972. 262.57 

Keith G. Sebeiius 1st, Kans._ July 1-17, 1972 354. 24 

Do -do Aug. 25-Sept. 5, 1972 354.24 

B.F.Sisk 16th, Calif Aug. 21-Sept. 11, 1972 420.00 

SamSteiger 3d, Ariz Aug. 18-Sept. 4, 1972 334.00 

William A. Steiger _. 6th, Wis Aug. 11-14, 1972 184.00 

Burt L. Talcott 12th, Calif _._ Aug. 17-28, 1972 397.36 

Roy A. Taylor.. _ 11th, N.C Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972. 119. 14 

Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz July 1-Aug. 24, 1972 585.84 

Do . do Aug. 29-Sept. 4, 1972 332.00 

Guy Vander Jagt 9th, Mich Aug. 11-14, 1972.... 143.92 

JoeD. Waggonner, Jr..... 4th, La Aug. 18-Sept. 4, 1972 217.40 

Jamie L. Whitten 1st, Miss.. _. Aug. 19-29, 1972 250.56 

Charles E.Wiggins 25th, Calif.* July 8, 1972 160.04 

Wendell Wyatt 1st, Oreg Aug. 18-Sept. 3, 1972 4C9. 36 

Sidney R. Yates 9th, III Aug. 18-Sept. 4, 1972 132. 00 

Clement J. Zablocki 4th, Wis Aug. 19-Sept. 4, 1972 225. 64 

21 2063 John S. Monagan 5th, Conn Sept. 8-10, 1972.... 94.86 

2066 John H. Rousselot... 24th, Calif Aug. 7-11, 1972 404.32 

2067 John Melcher 2d, Mont.* Sept. 14, 1972 164.60 

25 2116 John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif. Sept. 18-21, 1972 428.16 

2119 David W.Dennis.. 10th, I nd July 1-17, 1972 148.94 

2120 Do -do _. July 21-23, 1972 105.36 

2121 Do " -do. July 27-30, 1972 107.64 

2122 Do. .." do.. Aug. 11-14, 1972 105.48 

2123 Do .. -do Aug. 19-Sept. 5, 1972 148.94 

27 2223 Richard C. White 16th, Tex Sept. 14-17, 1972 308.00 

29 2283 Thomas G. Abernethy 1st, Miss Aug. 29-Sept. 5, 1972 224.88 

Bill Alexander..- 1st, Ark Aug. 10-14, 1972 135.76 

Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif July 1-16, 1972 398. 56 

William R. Anderson 6th, Tenn Sept. 8-12, 1972 190. 32 

Bill Archer 7th, Tex Sept. 8-10, 1972 255.20 

Do do Sept. 18, 1972 255.20 

Walters. Baring At Large, Nev Aug. 19-Sept. 8, 1972 360.40 

Nick Begich At Large, Alaska* Sept. 3, 1972 325.50 

John A. Blatnik 8th, Minn_ Aug. 19-Sept. 13, 1972 225.00 

John Brademas 3d, Ind Sept. 8-10, 1972 148.00 

Wm. S. Broomfield 18th, Mich Sept. 16-17,1972 98.00 

Donald G. Brotzman 2d, Colo Aug. 18-20, 1972 271.20 

Do... ., do Aug. 25-Sept. 4, 1972 271.20 

Do .do Sept. 8-10, 1972 225.20 

J. Herbert Burke ._-. 10th, Fla.. Sept. 14-18, 1972 192.00 

Omar Burleson.. 17th, Tex Sept. 8-10, 1972 286.40 

John W. Byrnes 8th, Wis... Sept. 14-17, 1972 201.00 

Elford A. Cederberg 10th, Mich.* Sept. 15, 1972 58.00 

George W. Collins 6th, III July 20-24, 1972 176.88 

Do ....do Aug. 3-7,1972 176.88 

Do ....do Sept. 7-11,1972...- 176.88 

William M.Colmer 5th, Miss Aug. 20-Sept. 8, 1972 147.60 

Philip M.Crane. 13th, III Sept. 7-12, 1972 106.40 

John C. Culver 2d, Iowa Aug. 11-14, 1972 184.00 

George E. Danielson 29th, Calif Sept. 15-18, 1972 410.96 

Glenn R.Davis 9th, Wis.... Aug. 11-Sept. 13, 1972 144.00 

John W.Davis. 7th, Ga.* Aug. 19, 1972 48.00 

Ede la Garza 15th, Tex Aug. 18-Sept. 3, 1972 355.98 

Do do Sept. 9-13, 1972. 286.00 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th, III Sept. 7-11, 1972 104.00 

John Dowdy 2d,Tex.__ Aug. 24-Sept. 2, 1972. 346.68 

Bob Eckhardt.., 8th, Tex Sept. 7-11, 1972. 252.00 

Marvin L. Esch 2d, Mich June 30-Aug. 29, 1972 136.60 

Dante B. Fascell 12th, Fla Sept. 15-19,1972 205.64 

O. C. Fisher 21st, Tex Sept. 15-17, 1972 252.00 

Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn.* Aug. 18, 1972 76.75 

Do... .do*. Sept. 2, 1972 145.40 

Henry B. Gonzalez 20th, Tex Aug. 22-Sept. 4, 1972 258. 00 

Kenneth J. Gray 21st, III Sept. 1-5, 1972 216.88 

Edith Green 3d, Oreg Sept. 7-13, 1972 398.00 

Richard T. Hanna 34th, Calif. Sept. 8-10, 1972 398.00 

James F. Hastings 38th, N.Y... Sept. 8-10, 1972 100.00 

F. Edward Hebert 1st, La July 26 Sept. 11, 1972 207.60 

Harold T. Johnson 2d, Calif- Sept. 9-10, 1972 417. 20 

Joseph E. Karth 4th, Minn -... Sept. 15-18, 1972 192. 00 

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266 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Sept. 29 2283 Hastings Keith 12th, Mass Sept. 5-7, 1972 $125.80 

Jack F. Kemp 39th, N.Y Sept. 15-17, 1972... 1 89. 28 

Sherman P. Lloyd 2d, Utah Aug. 18-Sept. 13, 1972 .. 447.34 

Speedy 0. Long 8th, La.* . Sept. 9, 1972 _ 134.52 

Do . do Sept. 14-18, 19/2. 220.40 

Manuel Lujan.Jr 1st, N. Mex Sept. 14-18, 1972... 279.00 

Robert McClory 12th, III Aug. 25-Sept. 4, 1972 107.52 

James A. McClure 1st, Idaho Sept. 14-17, 1972 ... 358.00 

Mike McCormack 4th, Wash Sept. 8-11, 1972,.. 448.32 

Jack H. McDonald 19th, Mich Sept. 12-13, 1972.. 151.62 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt. lst.Colo.. Sept. 15-17, 1972... 272.00 

Torbert H. Macdonald 7th, Mass Sept. 1-6, 1972 131.44 

Richard W. Mallary At large, Vt July 1-16, 1972, 140.64 

Do do July 21-24, 1972 111.76 

Dave Martin 3d, Nebr Sept. 15-18, 1972 262.00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif Aug. 18-25, 1972 388.00 

Spark M. Matsunaga 1st, Hawaii.. Aug. 20-Sept. 4, 1972 773.76 

Romano L. Mazzoli 3d, Ky Sept. 1-11, 1972 92.00 

Ralph M. Metcalfe 1st, III Sept. 7-12, 1972 150.60 

Robert H. Michel 18th, III.... July 16-28, 1972 204.62 

Do do.._. Aug. 7-24, 1972. __ 204.62 

Do do Sept. 5-15, 1972 204.62 

Patsy T. Mink 2d, Hawaii Aug. 19-Sept. 11, 1972 763.56 

Do J do Sept. 15-19, 1972__ 763.56 

David R. Obey 7th, Wis July 21-24, 1972 168.00 

James G.O'Hara 12th, Mich July 27-30, 1972 106.80 

Do ___.do Aug. 18-28,1972 154.43 

Jerry L Pettis... _. 33d, Calif Sept. 15-18, 1972 398.00 

J. J. Pickle 10th, Tex Sept. 13-14, 1972 261.20 

Alexander Pirnie 32d, N.Y Aug. 17-Sept. 11, 1972 101.50 

David Pryor 4th, Ark Aug. 30-Sept. 1, 1972 178.00 

Do do Sept. 6-9, 1972 182.00 

Albert H. Quie 1st, Minn July 28-30, 1972.... 169.16 

John R. Rarick 6th, La.* July 10, 1972 100.00 

Do do July 13-19, 1972 200.00 

John J. Rhodes 1st, Ariz Sept. 7-10, 1972 337.60 

Paul G.Rogers 9th, Fla Sept. 14-17, 1972 182.00 

Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III Sept. 5-8, 1972 196.58 

J. Edward Roush 4th, Ind Aug. 10-13, 1972 97.00 

Edward R. Roybal 30th, Calif Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972 702.66 

Harold Runnels 2d, N. Mex Sept. 14-17, 1972 294.40 

George E.Shipley 23d, III July 21-24, 1972 174.86 

Garner E.Shriver. 4th, Kans Sept. 15-17, 1972 222.00 

James V.Stanton... 20th, Ohio July 26-27, 1972 80.00 

Tom Steed. 4th, Okla July 1-16, 1972 . 240.74 

Do do Aug. 18-Sept. 4, 1972 240.74 

Do do Sept. 8-10, 1972 246.74 

SamSteiger 3d, Ariz Sept. 9-10, 1972 344.00 

Do do Sept. 15-17, 1972 344.00 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr.... 10th, Ga . Aug. 18-Sept. 11, 1972 153.20 

Louis Stokes 21st, Ohio Aug. 18-22, 1972 85.00 

Frank A. Stubblefield 1st, Ky. June 29-July 17, 1972 208.32 

Do ..do Aug. 3-7,1972 208.32 

Do do Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972 208.32 

Do ...do Sept. 8-12,1972 208.32 

Charles M. Teague 13th, Calif , Sept. 8-11, 1972 398.00 

OlinE. Teague 6th, Tex Sept. 7-10, 1972 234.00 

Vernon W. Thomson 3d,Wis__._ Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972 276.06 

Roberto. Tiernan... 2d, R.I July 20-24, 1972.... 114.50 

Do ...do Aug. 3-7,1972 114.50 

Do ....do Aug. 10-28,1972 114.50 

Do ..do Sept. 7-11, 1972 114.50 

Guy Vander Jagt __ 9th, Mich July 21-24, 1972 143.92 

Do do July 17-Aug. 19, 1972. 143.92 

Do do July 28-Aug. 1,1972 143.92 

William C.Wampler 9th, Va Sept. 7-11, 1972. 96.60 

Jim Wright 12th, Tex Sept. 8-10, 1972 250.80 

SidneyR. Yates 9th, III . Sept. 6-10, 1972. 136.00 

C.W.Bill Young.... 8th, Fla Aug. 18-Sept. 3, 1972 226.08 

Do do Sept. 7-12, 1972 174.00 

Clement J. Zablocki 4th, Wis.. Sept. 8-13, 1972 114.60 

Oct. 3 2478 Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif Sept. 28-0ct. 2, 1972. 368.00 

2487 Otto E. Passman 5th, La Sept. 26-0ct. 2, 1972 265.68 

4 2569 Garry Brown .3d, Mich July 1-17, 1972... 172.60 

5 2620 EarleCabelL. .5th, Tex Sept.27-Oct. 2, 1972.. 234.00 

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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Oct. 5 2625 Thomas G.Abernethy 1st, Miss.. .. Sept. 14-19 1972 $2?d 88 

Brock Adams 7th, Wash Sept. 15-20, 1972 4T3* 00 

Bill Alexander 1st, Ark.* Sept. 6, 1972 116 40 

John B.Anderson 16th, III.. . Aug. 12-16, 1972" 199' 08 

LesAspin 1st, Wis Sept. 7-11, 1972. " 140*00 

Do do Sept. 15-18, 1972. 154 00 

Wayne N.Aspmall 4th, Colo Aug. 19-Sept. 13, 1972 331 64 

Do do*_. _ Sept. 23, 1972 154 88 

LaMar Baker 3d,Tenn Aug. 17 Sept. 6, 1972 145 44 

Do do._ Sept. 20-26, 1972 . 145*44 

Alphonzo Bsll 28th, Calif. Sept. 7-10, 1972 398 00 

Charles E.Bennett 3d, Fla . Sept. 14-17, 1972 112*00 

HaleBoggs 2d,La_ _. Sept. 16-17, 1972 203*44 

Do do Sept.2-22, 1972 203.44 

Omar Burleson 17th, Tex Sept. 15-17, 1972 294 40 

Phillip Burton... 5th Calif Sept. 22-24, 1972 ... 410 36 

Earle Cabell 5th, Tex Sept. 16-17, 1972 234 00 

Bob Casey 22d, Tex Sept. 15-18, 1972.... 203 20 

Do do Sept. 22-25, 1972. 203.20 

Del Clawson 23d, Calif Sept. 21-26, 1972 410 24 

James M Collins 3d, Tex Sept. 14-18, 1972 190 00 

John Conyers, Jr 1st, Mich Sept. 21-26, 1972 14138 

Jorge L Cordova.. _. (Res. Comm.) P.R Sept. 22-23| 1972 " 216*00 

William P. Curhn, Jr 6th, Ky Sept. 7-12, 1972 84 00 

George E. Danielson 29th, Calif Sept. 21-25 1972 410 96 

Mendel J. Davis 1st, S.C Sept. 7-12, 1972 112*00 

Frank E. Denholm 1st, S. Dak Sept. 7-11, 1972 263 93 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr 13th, Mich.* Sept. 8, 1972 49 00 

Robert F. Drinan 3d, Mass Sept. 22-25, 1972 103*20 

Frank E. Evans 3d, Colo Aug. 18-Sept. 2, 1972 347 40 

Paul Findlev 20th, III Sept. 7-10, 1972 122 00 

Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn. Sept. 22-25, 1972 154 80 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr.... 27th, Calif Sept. 15-25, 1972 318 00 

Charles S. Gubser 10th, Calif Sept. 21-26 1972 " 424 40 

Lee H. Hamilton 9th, Ind. Aug. 4-27, 1972 " 156*86 

James M. Hanley 35th, N.Y.„". July 21-23, 1972 . 93 96 

Do do... Aug. 18-Sept. 4, 1972. 93.96 

Do do Sept. 15-17, 1972 93 96 

Augustus F. Hawkins 21st, Calif Sept. 12-16, 1972 408 00 

F. Edward Hebert 1st, La Sept. 15-20, 1972.... 211 60 

• ■-, P?,---. d0 * Sept. 22, 1972 105.80 

Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash. Sept. 15-20, 1972... 358. 00 

Craig Hosmer 32d, Calif.* Sept. 2, 1972 155.00 

William L. Hungate 9th, Mo Sept. 8-10, 1972 136 40 

Do do Sept. 14-17, 1972 136.40 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind Sept. 21-25, 1972 92 00 

JohnJarman 5th, Okla Sept. 21-24, 1972 233.20 

Robert W. Kastenmeier... 2d, Wis Aug. 18-31, 1972 189 56 

Do do Sept. 15-17, 1972 152.00 

Peter N. Kyros 1st, Maine Sept. 22-25, 1972.... 143 64 

Speedy O.Long 8th, La Sept. 22-24, 1972 215.60 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 11th, Calif Aug. 25-Sept. 4, 1972 349 00 

Do do... Sept. 6-10, 1972.. 398.00 

James A. McClure 1st, Idaho Sept. 21-24 1972 408 00 

John Y. McCollister 2d, Nebr Aug. 18-31, 1972 179 00 

Do do Sept. 8-9, 1972 162.00 

r, D ?.-;/ d0 Sept. 15-17,1972 162.00 

Gunn McKay.. 1st, Utah Sept. 14-17, 1972 296.00 

Do ..do Sept. 22-24, 1972 280.00 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt. 1st, Colo Sept 22-23 1972 272 00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias... 18th, Calif Sept. 15-18, 1972 438*08 

Spark M. Matsunaga 1st, Hawaii Sept. 17-19, 1972 775 56 

Romano L. Mazzoli _ 3d, Ky Sept. 14-18 1972 " 92 00 

Lloyd Meeds 2d, Wash Sept. 13-20, 1972 408 80 

Patsy T. Mink 2d, Hawaii.. Sept. 22-25, 1972. .. 763.56 

Thomas E. Morgan 26th, Pa 1972 750 00 

J.J. Pickle 10th, Tex Sept. 20-21, 1972. ." 203.20 

Tom Railsback 19th, III... Sept. 15-18, 1972 156.00 

,., D , v-v„- --- d0 Sept. 22-2b, 1972 156.00 

Wm. J. Randall 4th, Mo.*.. Sept. 20, 1972 136.51 

John R. Rarick 6th, La July 21-Sapt. 4, 1972 247.00 

Thomas M. Rees. 26th, Calif... Sept. 14-17, 1972. . 398.00 

Edward R. Roybal 30th, Calif Sept. 14-18, 1972 358.00 

Dick Shoup.... 1st, Mont Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972 .. 358.28 

Do do Sept. 14-18, 1972 .... 391. 80 

Do do Sept. 21-25, 1972 368.00 



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268 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U-S.C. 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Oct. 5 2625 Garner E.Shriver 4th, Kans Aug. 19-Sept. 4, 1972 $340.34 

William A. Steiger 6th, Wis Sept. 15-17, 1972 188.00 

W. S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr.. 8th, Ga Aug. 11-15, 1972 175.06 

Do do Aug. 18-Sept. 6, 1972 175.06 

Do. ...do.. Sept. 7-10, 1972 175.06 

Do do... Sept. 15-17, 1972. 175.06 

Burt L. Talcott 12th, Calif Sept. 21-25, 1972 407. 36 

Olin E. Teague 6th, Tex Sept. 1-4, 1972 248. 00 

John H. Terry 34th, N.Y July 3-17, 1972.... 94. 56 

Do. do.. Aug. 17-Sept. 5, 1972 94. 56 

Do do Sept. 21-25, 1972 94.56 

Al Ullman 2d, Oreg Sept. 21-23, 1972 445.04 

Guy VanderJagt.. 9th, Mich... Aug. 4-7, 1972 132.92 

Charles A. Vanik 22d, Ohio Sept. 22-24, 1972 82. 00 

Larry Winn, Jr 3d, Kans Sept. 8-10, 1972. 152.00 

Wendell Wyatt 1st, Oreg.. Sept. 21-24, 1972 419.36 

Sidney R. Yates 9th, III Sept. 14-19, 1972 132.00 

Clement J. Zablocki 4th, Wis.. Sept. 15-17, 1972 114.60 

James C. Corman 22d, Calif.* Oct. 1, 1972 204.00 

John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif Sept. 24-29, 1972 427.16 

Do do Oct. 1-6, 1972. 443.16 

Clarence J. Brown.. 7th, Ohio Sept. 15-18, 1972 116.64 

Jack Brinkley 3d, Ga Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1972 112.00 

James C. Corman 22d, Calif.* Oct. 5, 1972 204.00 

Do do* Oct.9, 1972. _ 204.00 

Do ...do* Oct. 12, 1972 212.00 

Thomas G. Abernethy 1st, Miss Oct. 5-10, 1972 224.88 

John B. Anderson 16th, III... Oct. 1, 1972 123. 20 

Bill Archer 7th, Tex Oct. 5-9, 1972 255.20 

Leslie C. Arends 17th, III Aug. 5-7, 1972 162.00 

Do do Aug. 12-13, 1972 162.00 

Do... ....do Sept. 15-17, 1972 166.00 

Les Aspin 1st, Wis Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1972 148. 24 

Do do Oct. 6-9, 1972 155.92 

Walter S. Baring At Large, Nev Sept. 28-Oct. 5, 1972 405.00 

AlphonzoBell 28th, Calif.*. Sept. 28, 1972 199.00 

Bob Bergland 7th, Minn July 28-30, 1972. 236. 00 

Do do Aug. 18-Sept. 2, 1972 299.60 

Do do Sept. 8-11, 1972 230.34 

Do do Sept. 15-17, 1972 209.80 

Do ...do Sept. 22-24, 1972 246.40 

Jackson E. Betts 8th, Ohio Oct. 7-8, 1972 100.52 

John Brademas 3d, Ind Oct. 5-8, 1972 153.00 

Wm. S Broomfield 18th, Mich Sepi. 28-30, 1972.. 87.00 

Do .do. Oct. 7-8, 1972 98.00 

Donald G. Brotzman 2d, Colo_. Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 1972 279.20 

J. Herbert Burke 10th, Fla Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1972.. 192.00 

Phillip Burton 5th, Calif Oct. 5-8, 1972 410.36 

Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La.* July 17, 1972 92.00 

Tim Lee Carter 5th, Ky July 1-15, 1972 185.28 

Do do.... Aug. 24-Sept. 4, 1972 185.28 

Do.. do Sept. 21-26, 1972.. 185.28 

Bob Casey 22d, Tex.* Oct. 2, 1972. _ 101.60 

Do do* Oct. 6, 1972 101.60 

Elford A. Cederberg ICth, Mich. Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 1972 92.00 

Donald D. Clancy.... 2d, Ohio Sept. 5-7, 1972 78.00 

Del Clawson.. 23d, Calif Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 1972 410.24 

Barber B. Conable, Jr 37th, N.Y Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 1972 87.32 

Williams. Conover II 27th, Pa 1972 (9 mos.) 562.50 

Philip M.Crane 13th, III Sept. 25-26, 1972 138.40 

Do do Sept. 29-Oct. 1,1972 138.40 

George E. Danielson 29th, Calif Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 1972 410.96 

Glenn R.Davis 9th, Wis Sept. 29-Oct. 2, 1972 148.00 

John Dellenback 4th, Oreg. Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1972 371.68 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th, III __ Oct. 6-9, 1972 104.00 

Don Edwards 9th, Calif Sept. 22-24, 1972 413.60 

Do ....do Sept. 27-29, 1972 404.00 

Do do . Oct. 8 9, 1972 413.60 

John N. Erlenborn 14th, III Sept. 15-17, 1972 136.00 

Daniel J. Flood 11th, Pa _ 1972 750.00 

Gerald R. Ford 5th, Mich Sept. 30-Oct. 1, 1972 122. 00 

William D. Ford 15th, Mich Sept. 6-10, 1972 103.00 

Richard Fulton.. 5th, Tenn Sept. 14-18, 1972 126. 00 

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269 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Oct. 19 2961 Don Fuqua 2d, Fla. ■ Aug. 19 Sept. 13, 1972 $197.26 

Do do Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 1972 144.00 

Do do July 20-23, 1972 140.00 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr.... 27th, Calif Sept. 29-Oct. 2, 1972 398. 00 

Do do Oct. 7-10, 1972 414.00 

Ella T. Grasso 6th, Conn. Seot. 5-6, 1972 70.00 

Martha W. Griffiths 17th, Mich Oct. 4-10, 1972 98.00 

Orval Hansen 2d, Idaho...- Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 1972 351.80 

Do _-_.do._ Oct. 6-9,1972 356.80 

James F. Hastings 38th, N.Y Oct. 6-8, 1972 104.00 

Augustus F. Hawkins 21st, Calif Sept. 27-30, 1972 408. 00 

F. Edward HSbert 1st, La Oct. 4-9, 1972 211.60 

David N. Henderson 3d, N.C Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 1972 79. 80 

Elwood Hillis 5th, Ind. Sept. 8-12, 1972 153. 12 

Craig Hosmer... 32d, Calif.' Sept. 22, 1972 203.50 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind Oct. 6-8, 1972 92.00 

Albert W.Johnson.. 23d, Pa July 1-16, 1972.. 87.36 

Do ....do July 28-30, 1972 87.36 

Do .do.. Sept. 8-10, 1972 87.36 

Do do Sept. 22-24, 1972 87.36 

Harold T. Johnson 2d, Calif Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 1972 328.80 

Charles Raper Jonas 9th, N.C 1972 _ 750.00 

Ed Jones 8th, Tenn -.-. Sept. 11-15, 1972 148.00 

Robert E. Jones. 8th, Ala Sept. 21-25, 1972 174. 24 

Joseph E. Karth 4th, Minn Sept. 30-Oct. 1, 1972.. 192.00 

Do do Oct. 7-9,1972 192.00 

Abraham Kazen, J r 23d, Tex Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 1972.. 254.00 

William J. Keating 1st, Ohio Sept. 14-18, 1972.... 83. 52 

Carleton J. King 30th, N.Y Sept. 8-11, 1972 117.80 

John C. Kluczynski 5th, III. July 17-20, 1972 132.00 

Do do Aug. 7-10, 1972 132.00 

Do do Sept. 4-8, 1972.... 192.88 

Dan Kuykendall 9th, Tenn Sept. 21-30, 1972 227. 88 

John Kyi 4th, Iowa Sept. 14-17, 1972 214.40 

Arthur A. Link 2d, N. Dak Sept. 28-Oct. 3, 1972 298. 88 

Speedy O.Long 8th, La Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 1972 220.40 

Paul N. McCloskeyJr.... 11th, Calif Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 1972_. 398.00 

Do_ do Oct. 6-10, 1972... 414.00 

Gunn McKay 1st, Utah Oct. 6-9, 1972 313.00 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt. 1st, Colo Oct. 6-9, 1972 272.00 

WilliamS. Mailliard. 6th, Calif Sept. 22-28, 1972.... 398.00 

Do do Oct. 6-9, 1972 414.00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif Oct. 4-8,1972 398.00 

Romano L. Mazzoli 3d, Ky Sept. 21-25, 1972 92.00 

Do do Sept. 28-Oct. 2,1972 92.00 

Lloyd Meeds 2d, Wash Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1972 408.80 

Patsy T. Mink 2d, Hawaii Sept. 28-Oct. 4, 1972 763.56 

JohnS. Monagan.... 5th, Conn Oct. 5-10, 1972 94.86 

Morgan F. Murphy 3d, III Sept. 18-21, 1972 196. 58 

Walter E. Powell 24th, Ohio July 1-23, 1972 134. 66 

Do do July28-Aug. 13,1972 134.66 

Do .do Aug. 20-Sept. 18, 1972 134.66 

Albert H. Quie 1st, Minn Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 1972 178.32 

HenryS. Reuss. 5th, Wis Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 1972 116.00 

John J. Rhodes 1st, Ariz Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 1972 350.00 

Ray Roberts 4th, Tex Sept. 15-17, 1972 249. 60 

Do do Sept. 22-24,1972 249.60 

Paul G.Rogers 9th, Fla Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 1972 182.00 

Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III.. Oct. 1-5, 1972 196.58 

J. Edward Roush 4th, Ind Sept. 29-Oct. 2, 1972 84. 00 

Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich Sept. 21-24, 1972 186.38 

George E.Shipley 23d, III Aug. 25-28, 1972 174.86 

Do __..do Sept. 15-18, 1972... 174.86 

Garner E. Shriver. 4th, Kans Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1972 222.00 

Do ...do Oct. 6-8,1972 222.00 

B. F. Sisk 16th, Calif.... Sept. 28-30, 1972 430.00 

Robert H. Steele 2d, Conn Sept. 14-25, 1972... 94.00 

Louis Stokes 21st, Ohio Sept. 22-24, 1972 83.92 

Leonor K.Sullivan 3d, Mo June 30-July 16; Aug, 4-7; 546.20 

Aug. 20-Sept. 5, 1972. 

Burt L. Talcott 12th, Calif Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1972 407. 36 

Charles Thone 1st, Nebr.* Aug. 7, 1972 107.84 

Do do Aug. 17-Sept. 5, 1972 211.84 

Do do Sept. 7-11, 1972 216.84 

Do ....do* Sept. 17,1972 107.00 

Do do Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1972 216.84 

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270 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Oct. 19 2961 Al Ullman ._ 2d, Oreg. Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1972 $419 96 

JoeD. Wa^gon.ierjr 4th, La.... Sept. 22-24, 1972 209.40 

Do do Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 1972 223.40 

Do ___.do... Oct. 6-7, 1972.... 228.80 

Richard C. White 16th, Tex____ Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 1972 308 00 

Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif.* July 16, 1972 160 04 

Sidney R. Yates. 9th, III Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1972 136 00 

2962 Julia Butler Hansen 3d, Wash.* Oct. 10, 1972 219 24 

27 3157 James Abourezk 2d, S. Dak July 21-24, 1972.... 288 00 

Do . do_. Aug. 4-7, 1972 218.00 

Elizabeth Andrews 3d, Ala July 1-15, 1972... 205.92 

Do_ do.._ _ 1 _. Aug. 23-Sept. 3, 1972. . . 126.00 

Thomas L. Ashley 9th, Ohio July 27-30, 1972 118.32 

Do _do Aug. 10-14, 1972 118.32 

Do do Sept. 15-18,1972 118.32 

Wayne N. Aspinall 4th,Colo.. Oct. 4-5, 1972 . 278 24 

Herman Badillo 21st, N.Y 19/2 750.00 

Richard Boiling 5th, Mo Oct. 9, 1972__. . 200.80 

J. Herbert Burke 10th, Fla._ Oct. 5-10, 1972.... 192.00 

Bill D. Burlison 10th, Mo. Oct. 5-10, 1972 233.66 

Tim Lee Carter 5th, Ky Oct. 5-10, 1972 . 185.28 

Bob Casey 22d, Tex. Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972... 197.20 

Do do* i. Oct. 9,1972 124.60 

Elford A. Cederberg 10th, Mich Oct. 15, 1972. 92.00 

Del Clawson 23d, Calif Oct. 5-9, 1972... 410.24 

BobEckhardt 8th, Tex Oct. 15-17, 1972 .. 195.00 

John N. Erlenborn 14th, III Oct. 6-9, 1972... 136.00 

Dante B. Fascell 12th, Fla Oct. 6-10, 1972 205.64 

Bill Frenzel 3d, Minn Sept. 14-17, 1972 164 40 

Do do Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 1972. 152.40 

Cornelius E.Gallagher 13th, N.J 1972 750.00 

Kenneth J. Gray 21st, III Oct. 6-9, 1972... / 216.88 

Durward G. Hall 7th, Mo.. Oct. 5-10, 1972.... 294.50 

Frank Horton 36th, N.Y Sept. 22-25, 1972 95. 88 

Do do Oct.6-8, 1972 95.88 

W.R.Hull, Jr... 6th, Mo July 3-16, 1972.. 190.00 

Do do Aug. 25-Sept. 5, 1972 190.00 

Do do . Sept. 29-Oct. 2, 1972 196.00 

William J. Keating 1st, Ohio Sept. 7-11, 1972 83.52 

Do. do Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1972 83.52 

Do do Oct. 5-10,1972 83.52 

Hastings Keith 12th, Mass.. Sept. 14-19, 1972.... 90.00 

Do do.... Sept.21-25, 1972 90.00 

Do do Oct. 4-10, 1972 90.00 

Carleton J. King 30th, N.Y Oct. 6-9, 1972 117.80 

EarlF. Landgrebe... 2d, Ind.* July 28, 1972_ 59.74 

Do do*... Sept. 5,1972 60.74 

Do do* Sept. 15, 1972 55.94 

Do do Sept. 18-28, 1972 121.60 

Do do Aug. 6-10, 1972... 119.60 

Do ..do Sept. 7-11, 1972 116.68 

Do do.. Oct. 1-6, 1972 121.60 

Speedy O. Long 8th, La Oct. 6-9, 1972 215. 60 

Manuel Lujan, Jr 1st, N. Mex Oct. 15-17, 1972. 279.00 

Mike McCormack.. 4th , Wash Sept. 28-Oct. 8, 1972 434.72 

William M. McCulloch 4th, Ohio 1972 750.00 

Jack H. McDonald ISth, Mich Oct. 3-5, 1972_ 151.62 

Torbert H. Macdonald 7th, Mass Oct. 6-10, 1972 131.44 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif... Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 1972 432.68 

Ralph H. Metcalfe 1st, III Oct. 5-11, 1972 150.60 

Pat^yT. Mink 2d, Hawaii Oct. 6-10, 1972 763.56 

Lucien N. Nedzi 14th, Mich.... Sept. 22-24, 1972 98.00 

Do do Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 1972 98.00 

Ancher Nelsen... 2d, Minn July 2-16, 1972 201.60 

Do.. do July 21-24, 1972 201.60 

Do do... July 27-Aug. 1, 1972 201.60 

Do do Sept. 21-25, 1972. 207.60 

Do do Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 1972 207.60 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 8th, Mass Aug. 6-17, 1972 126. 60 

Do do. Sept. 5-15, 1972. 126.60 

Do do_ _ Oct. 15-17, 1972.... 126.60 

J.J. Pickle _ 10th, Tex.... Sept. 22-24, 1972 203.20 

Albert H. Quie.. 1st, Minn .'.. Oct. 5-8, 1972. 181.20 

Thomas M. Rees 26th, Calif Sept. 30-Oct. 3, 1972 398.00 

HenryS. Reuss.. 5th, Wis.* _ Oct. 6, 1972 58.00 

Paul G. Rogers.... 9th, Fla Oct. 6-10, 1972 182.00 

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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b— 1. as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Oct. 27 3157 Harold Runnels 2d, N. Mex Sept. 24-27, 1972 $294.40 

Do. do __ Sept. 29-Oct. 3,1972. 318.00 

Do do -.. Oct. 6-9, 1972 323.04 

Philip E. Ruppe.. 11th, Mich Oct. 5-9, 1972 214.20 

Ear! B.Ruth 8th, N.C _ July 21-24, 1972 91.08 

Do do... Aug. 11-14,1972 91.08 

Do do Sept. 22-25, 1972 91.08 

Fern^nd J. St Germain. ... 1st, R.I July 13-18, 1972 105.60 

Do do... Aug.3-8,1972 105.60 

Do do Sept. 14-19, 1972 105.60 

John P. Saylor. 22d, Pa 1972 750.00 

William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa Oct. 4-10, 1972... 215.60 

FredSchwengel.... 1st, Iowa _ Sept. 14-17, 1972 158.88 

Do .do. Sept. 21-23, 1972 170.88 

Keith G.Sebelius.... 1st, Kans Sept. 7-11, 1972 354.24 

Do. .do. Oct. 5-10, 1972... 354.24 

DickShoup 1st, Mont Oct. 6-10, 1972 403.00 

Robert H.Steele... 2d, Conn. July 20-24, 1972 90.00 

Do .do July 27-31, 1972.. 90.00 

Do .do* Sept. 25, 1972 49.00 

Roy A. Taylor 11th, N.C Oct. 6-9, 1972 105. 17 

Charles M. Teague 13th, Calif. Sept. 29-Oct. 5, 1972 398.00 

William C. Wampler. 9th, Va Oct. 5-9, 1972 96.60 

J. Irving Whalley 12th, Pa 1972 750.00 

Bob Wilson 36th, Calif Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1972 408. 00 

Do do ■__ Oct. 5-9,1972. 408.00 

Larry Winn, Jr.... 3d, Kans Oct. 5-7, 1972 196.00 

Sidney R. Yates 9th, III Oct. 5-10, 1972 136.00 

31 3188 NickBegich At Large, Alaska Sept. 28-30, 1972 601.50 

3189 Do... do Oct. 5-8, 1972 647.73 

Wov. 3 3348 Bill Chappall.Jr 4th, Fl a Oct. 6-10, 1972. 222.00 

7 3414 William R. Anderson 6th, Tenn.. Oct. 5-10, 1972 190.32 

Ben B. Blackburn 4th, Ga Oct. 15, 1972 131.60 

Do.. do Oct. 17-21, 1972. 149.61 

Richard Boiling 5th, Mo. Oct. 13-20, 1972 202.60 

Garry Brown 3d, Mich Sept. 15-18, 1972.. 162.88 

J. Herbert Burke 10th, Fla Oct. 12-18, 1972 192.00 

Bob Casey.. 22d,Tex.* Oct. 19, 1972 101.60 

Emanuel Celler 10th, N.Y 1972 750.00 

Donald D. Clancy 2d, Ohio... Oct. 2-5, 1972. 78.00 

William P. Curlin.Jr 6th, Ky Oct. 8-13, 1972 144.72 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th, III Sept. 15-17, 1972... 104.00 

Do do... Oct. 15-17, 1972 104.00 

William L. Dickinson 2d, Ala.* Aug. 5, 1972 79.00 

Do do* Aug. 18,1972 79.00 

Do do Sept. 15-18,1972. 162.00 

Do do Sept. 29-Oct. 1,1972 148.96 

Do do* Oct. 12,1972 81.00 

JohnJ. Duncan 2d, Tenn Aug. 19-Sept. 4, 1972 126.24 

Do ____do.___ Sept. 21-24, 1972... 126.24 

Frank E.Evans 3d, Colo Oct. 7-9,1972 284.00 

Oante B. Fascell... 12th, Fla Oct. 13-16, 1972... 205.64 

Gerald R. Ford 5th, Mich.* Oct. 16,1972 61.00 

Richard Fulton. 5th, Tenn July 6-10, 1972. 126.00 

Do do July 13-17, 1972 126.00 

Do do July 21-24, 1972 126.00 

Do do Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972 126.00 

Do do Sent. 21-25, 1972.. 126.00 

Henry B. Gonzalez 20th, Tex Aug. 11-13, 1972 258.00 

Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash.* Oct. 18, 1972 165.00 

Louise Day Hicks.... 9th, Mass July 28-31, 1972 86. 00 

Do do Aug. 4-7,1972 86.00 

Do.. do Sept. 11-15, 1972.. 88.00 

John Jarman 5th, Okla Oct. 6-9, 1972 234.00 

Robert W. Kastenmeier... 2d, Wis Sept. 2-4, 1972.. 148. 00 

Abraham Kazen.Jr 23d, Tex Oct. 14-15, 1972 228.00 

Jack F. Kemp.. 39th, N.Y Oct. 13-16, 1972 89.28 

John Kyi 4th, Iowa Sept. 21-24, 1972 214.40 

Do do Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 1972.. 214. 40 

Earl Landgrebe 2d, Ind Oct. 10-15, 1972 121.60 

Alton Lennon 7th, N.C July 1-17, 1972 87. 72 

Do... do Aug. 24-Sept. 5, 1972 87. 72 

Do do Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1972 87. 72 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt. 1st, Colo Oct. 15-17, 1972 272.00 

WilliamS. Mailliard 6th, Calif.* Oct. 14, 1972 207.00 

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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Nov. 7 3414 Romano L. Mazzoli. 3d, Ky Oct. 5-9, 1972... . $92.00 

Ralph H. Metcalfe... 1st, III Oct. 14-16, 1972 150.60 

William S. Moorhead 14th, Pa.... Sept. 10-12, 1972.... 69.28 

Do ..do Sept. 15-17, 1972.... 69.28 

Do do Sept. 18-19, 1972 69.28 

Do... do Sept. 30, 1972 69.28 

Do do Oct. 7-10, 1972. 69.28 

Do do Oct. 13-14, 1972 69.28 

Do .do.... Oct. 15, 1972 69.28 

William H. Natcher 2d, Ky_._ Oct. 15-17, 1972 143.36 

Lucien N. Nedzi 14th, Mich Oct. 6-8, 1972 98.00 

Do... do Oct. 19-22, 1972 98.00 

Thomas M. Pelly 1st, Wash.. Oct. 6-17, 1972 620.40 

John R. Rarick 6th, La... Aug. 16-18, 1972 206.20 

HenryS. Reuss 5th, Wis.. Oct. 17-18, 1972 116.00 

Donald W. Riegle, Jr 7th, Mich. Oct. 19-20, 1972 123.92 

Edward R. Roybal. 30th, Calif. Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1972 398.00 

William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa Oct. 13-17, 1972 242.57 

NealSmith 5th, Iowa June 30-July 16, 1972 272.64 

Do do Aug. 18-Sept. 4, 1972 272.64 

C.W.Bill Young 8th, Fla Oct. 16-17, 1972 174.00 

Clement J. Zablocki 4th, Wis Sept. 30-Oct. 1, 1972.. 114.60 

9 3535 Ben B. Blackburn 4th, Ga Oct. 24-28, 1972 137.20 

3536 Do do... Oct. 29-Nov. 3, 1972 136.00 

3537 Do ..do Nov. 6-9, 1972 149.41 

10 3538 Lee H. Hamilton 9th, Ind.. Sept. 22-24, 1972.. 132.84 

3539 Do do Sept. 29-Oct. 1,1972 133.96 

3540 Do do.. Oct. 6-9,1972 133.96 

3545 John Young.. 14th, Tex Oct. 27-Nov. 9, 1972 292.00 

20 3768 Thomas G. Abernethy 1st, Miss Oct. 16-30, 1972.... ... 224.88 

LaMarBaker 3d,Tenn Sept. 29-Oct. 3, 1972 145.44 

Richard Boiling... 5th, Mo Oct. 24-Nov. 8, 1972 202.00 

James A. Burke 11th, Mass Sept. 22-24, 1972 126.56 

Do do Oct. 6-9, 1972. 126.56 

Omar Burleson.. 17th, Tex Nov. 3-5, 1972 283.44 

Bill D.Burlison 10th, Mo Oct. 14-29, 1972 233.66 

John N. Happy Camp 6th, Okla Aug. 4-7, 1972.. 243.60 

Do do Sept. 22-25, 1972 249.60 

Do do _. Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 1972 258.80 

Do ...do Oct. 6-9,1972 258.80 

DelClawson 23d, Calif.* Oct. 15, 1972 213.12 

James M. Collins 3d, Tex. Sept. 28-Oct 1,1972.. 180.00 

Do do Oct. 5-9, 1972 180.00 

John Conyers, Jr___ 1st, Mich.. Oct. 5-10, 1972 141.38 

Dominick V. Daniels 14th, N.J. 1972 750.00 

Robert F. Drinan 3d, Mass. Oct. 13-15, 1972 103.20 

John N. Erlenborn. 14th, III. Oct. 16-Nov. 8, 1972 136.00 

Joe L. Evins 4th, Tenn.. Aug. 8-Sept. 17, 1972 156.24 

Do ..do* Oct. 19, 1972 78.12 

O.C.Fisher 21st, Tex Oct. 13-Nov. 1, 1972 270.28 

John J. Flynt, Jr 6th, Ga July 4-20, 1972 165.34 

Do. do. Aug. 15-19, 1972 165.34 

Do do... Seot. 15-20, 1972.. 165.34 

Do.... do Sept. 29-Oct. 3, 1972 165.34 

DonFuqua 2d, Fla Oct. 6-8, 1972 124.00 

Do. do Oct. 12-15, 1972 144.00 

Do do Oct. 19-31,1972 154.00 

EllaT. Grasso.. 6th, Conn _. Oct. 12-13, 1972. 70.00 

David N. Henderson 3d, N.C Nov. 10-13, 1972 79.80 

Harold T. Johnson 2d, Calif.* Oct. 19, 1972 213.00 

Robert E. Jones 8th, Ala.. Oct. 16-23, 1972 174.24 

Manuel Lujan, Jr... 1st, N. Mex Oct. 17-19, 1972 318.00 

William S. Mailliard 6th, Calif Oct. 17-18, 1972 414.00 

George P. Miller... 8th, Calif Oct. 19-Nov. 3, 1972.. 421.00 

Patsy 7. Mink 2d, Hawaii* Oct. 19, 1972.. 381.78 

JohnS. Monagan... 5th, Conn Nov. 3-5, 1972 94.86 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss.* Oct. 21, 1972 82.00 

Do do Oct. 27-29,1972 168.00 

Morgan F. Murphy. 3d, III Oct. 9-13,1972 196.58 

J. J. Pickle. 10th, Tex Oct. 10-12, 1972 203.20 

Alexander Pirnie 32d, N.Y... Oct. 12-15, 1972. 101.50 

Do ...do Oct. 18-30, 1972 101.50 

Albert H. Quie... 1st, Minn Oct. 18-Nov. 4, 1972.. 184.56 

Tom Railsback 19th, III Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1972 122.00 

John R. Rarick 6th, La Sept. 11-15, 1972. 204.00 

Do do Sept. 30-Oct. 1, 1972 204.00 

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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Nov. 20 3768 Thomas M. Rees 26th, Calif Oct. 16-21, 1972 $414.00 

HenryS. Reuss 5th, Wis - Oct. 19-25, 1972 116.00 

Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III Nov. 1-3, 1972 196.58 

Philip E.Ruppe.. ... 11th, Mich_ Oct. 15-18, 1972 146.00 

Keith G. Sebelius 1st, Kans Sept. 21-25, 1972.... 354.24 

Do do _ Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1972 354.24 

William A. Steiger 6th, Wis Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 1972 187.00 

AlUllman 2d,Oreg. Oct. 19-24, 1972 481.92 

GuyVanderJagt.. _. 9th, Mich Sept. 22-25, 1972 159.92 

Do ..do Oct. 12-13,1972 130.40 

Charles A. Vanik 22d, Ohio Oct. 15-17, 1972 82.00 

Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif Aug. 27-Sept. 10, 1972 403.08 

21 3781 Otto E. Passman.. 5th, La Nov. 7-20, 1972.. 265.68 

3782 Do . do Oct. 19-31, 1972 265.68 

28 3876 John Melcher 2d, Mont. Oct. 17-Nov. 26, 1972 312.00 

30 3907 Thomas G. Abernethy 1st, Miss Nov. 6-14, 1972 224.88 

Carl Albert . .. 3d, Okla Nov. 9-10, 1972... 250.48 

Bill Alexander 1st, Ark Nov. 8-14, 1972 198.40 

Leslie C. Arends 17th, III. Sept. 23-25, 1972. 154.16 

Do do Sept. 27, 1972 166.00 

LesAspin 1st, Wis Oct. 13-Nov. 13, 1972 171.00 

Wayne N.Aspinall 4th, Colo Oct. 21-Nov. 7, 1972 322.00 

Walters. Baring At Large, Nev... Nov. 1-9, 1972__ 451.00 

Page Belcher _._ 1st, Okla Oct. 20-Nov. 13, 1972 212.00 

Ben B. Blackburn 4th, Ga.. Nov. 16, 1972 137.20 

John Breaux 7th, La Oct. 9-18, 1972 324.48 

Phillip Burton 5th, Calif Oct. 15-Nov. 9, 1972 409.52 

Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La Sept. 13-20, 1972 195.00 

Eltord A. Cederberg 10th, Mich Oct. 15-Nov. 9, 1972 169.52 

Barber B.ConableJr 37th, N.Y Oct. 6-8, 1972 84.32 

Do do. _ Oct. 16-Nov. 8, 1972 98.16 

Jorge L. "Cordova (Res. Comm.) P.R Oct. 15-Nov. 11, 1972 243.00 

James C.Corman 22d, Calif Oct. 28-Nov. 18, 1972 434.00 

JohnW.Davis 7th, Ga July 23-Aug. 9, 1972 98.00 

Do do* Sept. 16, 1972 49.00 

Do .do*.. Sept. 19, 1972.... 50.00 

Do... ____do_ Oct. 6-11, 1972 98.00 

Ede la Garza.... 15th, Tex Oct. 23-30, 1972 288.00 

Don Edwards 9th, Calif Oct. 19-Nov. 8, 1972 429.60 

Paul Findley... 20th, III July 28-30, 1972 123.80 

Walter Flowers... 5th, Ala Aug.3-7,1972 210.94 

Do do Aug. 18-Sept. 4, 1972 228.94 

Do.... ....do Sept. 6-11, 1972. 210.94 

Do.... do Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1972 225.34 

Bill FrenzeL 3d, Minn Oct. 18-Nov. 8, 1972 154.80 

Don Fuqua 2d,Fla Nov. 9-11, 1972 158.00 

Charles S.Gubser 10th, Calif.... Oct. 17-Nov. 15, 1972 440.40 

Orval Hansen 2d, Idaho.... Oct. 6-9, 1972 21.90 

Do do Oct. 19-Nov. 12,1972 567.71 

James Harvey 8th, Mich July 5-16, 1972 167.00 

Do do. Aug. 26-Sept. 5, 1972 167.08 

Do ....do. Sept. 16, 1972 _ 122.00 

Do ...do Oct. 14-Nov. 9, 1972 167.08 

Augustus F. Hawkins 21st, Calif Oct. 24-Nov. 5, 1972 484.00 

Do do Nov. 13-16,1972 424.00 

Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash.* Nov. 19, 1972 145.00 

Elwood Hillis 5th, lnd__ Oct. 6-10, 1972... 153.12 

ChetHolifield 19th, Calif.. Oct. 18-Nov. 14, 1972 414.00 

CraigHosmer 32d, Calif.* Oct. 17, 1972 163.50 

Do do*. Nov. 11,1972 211.50 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind. Oct. 18-Nov. 8, 1972 147.50 

JohnJarman. 5th, Okla.* Nov. 8, 1972 117.00 

Joseph E. Karth 4th, Minn Oct. 19-Nov. 8, 1972.. 192.00 

Robert W. Kastenmeier... 2d, Wis Oct. 18-Nov. 13, 1972 153.00 

Abraham Kazen, Jr 23d, Tex Oct. 28-Nov. 10, 1972 298.72 

Dan Kuykendall 9th, Tenn Oct. 6-Nov. 10. 1972 227. 88 

Peter N. Kyros 1st, Maine Sept. 15-18, 1972 143.64 

Do do Oct. 20-Nov. 8, 1972 143.64 

Earl F. Landgrebe 2d, Ind Oct. 17-19, 1972 121.60 

Arthur A. Link.. 2d, N. Dak July 2-5, 1971 316.80 

Robert L Leggett 4th, Calif. Sept. 22-25, 1972 406.40 

Do.. do Oct. 5-9, 1972. 406.40 

Do ..do Oct. 19-23, 1972 406.40 

Do do.... Oct. 22-Nov. 8, 1972 406.40 

Arthur A. Link 2d, N. Dak Oct. 15-26, 1971 308. 92 

Do do Oct. 29-31, 1971 278.84- 

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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Nov. 30 3907 Sherman P. Lloyd 2d, Utah Sept. 29-Oct. 15, 1972 $453.34 

Do do Oct. 4-12, 1972 333.00 

Robert McClory 12th, III Oct. 17-Nov. 9. 1972 206.60 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 11th, Calif... Oct. 18-Nov. 18, 1972 414.00 

John J. McFall 15th, Calif Oct. 15-Nov. 11, 1972 398.00 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt. 1st, Colo Oct. 18-Nov. 12, 1972 272.00 

James R.Mann 4th, S.C July 27-31, 1972 127.06 

Do do Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972 127.06 

Do do Sept. 7-12, 1972 127.06 

Do.. do... Sept. 14-19, 1972 127.06 

Do ....do Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1972 127.06 

Do do* Oct. 19, 1972 63.47 

Dave Martin 3d, Nebr Oct. 6-Nov. 14, 1972 ... 262.00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif Oct. 19-Nov. 12, 1972 470.44 

Dawson Mathis 2d, Ga Sept. 22-23, 1972 114.16 

Do do Sept. 29-Oct. 2, 1972 161.84 

Do do... Oct. 6-10, 1972. 123.16 

William S. Mailliard. 6th, Calif.* Nov. 9, 1972 ... 207.00 

Lloyd Meeds 2d, Wash Oct. 14-Nov. 9, 1972 288.80 

William E. Minshall 23d, Ohio.. July 11-14, 1972 91.32 

Do do Aug. 4-7, 1972 91.32 

Do do Aug. 18-21, 1972 91.32 

Do... ..do Sept. 20-27, 1972 91.32 

Do ..do. Oct. 14-29, 1972 91.32 

Do do Nov. 4-8, 1972 91.32 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss.... Nov. 6-10, 1972 179.00 

Do _...do Nov. 17-19, 1972 186.00 

John T. Myers 7th, Ind.. June 30-July 16. 1972 168.00 

Do.. ...do July 28-30, 1972 168.00 

Do ..do Aug. 19-Sept. 5, 1972 168.00 

Do do_ Sept. 28-0:t. 1, 1972 168.00 

William H. Natcher 2d, Ky Oct. 19-Nov. 19, 1972 160.84 

Lucien N. Nedzi 14th, Mich Oct. 26-Nov. 9, 1972 98.00 

Alvin E. O'Konski 10th, Wis July 1-10, 1972 280.88 

Do. ...do... Aug. 6-15, 1972 280.88 

Do do Sept. 1-11, 1972 280.88 

Do do Oct. 20-30, 1972 280.88 

Do do Nov. 11-22, 1972 280.88 

David Pryor 4th, Ark Oct. 5-10, 1972 182.00 

Henry S. Reuss.. 5th, Wis Nov. 12-15, 1972 116.00 

J. Kenneth Robinson 7th, Va 1972 750.00 

William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa.... Oct. 19-Nov 13, 1972 217.60 

H. Allen Smith 20th, Calif. Oct. 27-Nov. 9, 1972 414.00 

Neal Smith. 5th, Iowa July 28-30, 1972 187. 52 

Do .do.. Sept. 15-18, 1972 193.52 

Do do Oct. 5-9, 1972 193.52 

Do do Oct. 14-15, 1972 193.52 

Floyd D. Spence 2d, S.C July 28-31, 1972 78.00 

Do .do Aug. 11-14, 1972... 78.00 

Do do Sept. 22-25, 1972 80.00 

Do do Oct. 6-10, 1972 80.00 

Do... do Nov. 3-6, 1972.... 80.00 

Harley O. Staggers 2d, W. Va 1972 750.00 

SamSteiger 3d, Ariz Oct. 11-Nov. 10, 1972 358.00 

LouisStokes 21st, Ohio Oct. 11-12, 1972 83.92 

Charles M. Teague. 13th, Calf Oct. 18-Nov. 9, 1972 414.00 

Fletcher Thompson 5th, Ga Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972 165.44 

Do... _.._ do Sept. 21-25, 1972... 165.44 

Do... do Get. 5-11, 1972. 165.44 

Vernon W. Thomson 3d, Wis Sept. 21-26, 1972.... 156. 00 

Do do Oct. 13-Nov. 11, 1972 276.06 

Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif Cct. 14-Nov. 15, 1972. 418.70 

Charles A. Vanik 22d, Ohio Nov. 11-Nov. 12, 1972 82.00 

Richard C. White 16th, Tex.. Oct. 18-Nov. 11, 1972. 294.00 

Jamie L. Whitten 1st, Miss. Oct. 19-Nov. 12, 1972 250.56 

Jim Wright 12th, Tex Sept. 16-17, 1972 196.80 

Chalmers P. Wylie... 15th, Ohio 1972 750.00 

Roger H. Zion 8th, Ind. July 1-13, 1972 118.85 

Do do Aug. 4-7, 1972. 102.85 

Do do.... Aug. 11-14,1972.... 102.85 

Dec. 1 4023 Jack Brinkley 3d, Ga Oct. 6-9, 1972 112.00 

4024 Do... do Oct. 15-17, 1972 112.00 

5 4072 Samuel S. Stratton 29th, N.Y Nov. 28- Dec. 1, 1972 115.52 

4077 John Melcher 2d, Mont Nov. 29-Dec. 3, 1972 337.20 

7 4210 John Young 14th, Tex Nov. 29-Dec. 7, 1972 292.00 

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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Dec. 8 4218 Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif _ July 20-24 1972 $398 56 

E --- do -- Aug. 17-Oct. 1, 1972lT""5 403.'56 

.. ,.-:, d0 Oct. 14-17, 1972 . 416 56 

Mark Andrews 1st, N. Dak Aug. 18-Sept. 25 1972 194 09 

P°--- do* Sept. 5, 1972 185!07 

P° do*.. Sept. 17, 1972 127 61 

P°- do* Sept. 21, 1972 139.57 

. , Do -r-- D --.; src-fc Oct. 12-Nov. 9, 1972.. 174.00 

Jackson E. Betts 8th, Ohio Oct. 17-Nov. 16, 1972 127 74 

Ben B. Blackburn 4th, Ga Nov. 18-19, 1972 137 20 

Do do... Nov 27-28' 1972 134 20 

John A. Blatnik 8th, Minn Oct 2f>Nov. 11, 19721131" 209^00 

Wm. S. Broomheld 18th, Mich.... Nov 20-21 1972 98 00 

J. Herbert Burke. 10th, Fla... Oct. 19-Nov. 16, 1972""" 30168 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn. 3d, S.C July 17-20 1972 109 20 

P° -- --do July 24-26,' 1972.".\\""irrr 109.'20 

P°-- --do Aug. 18, 1972 109.20 

..... Do -r;-V-L d0 --- -- Oct. 17-18, 1972 . Hi 20 

Wllll ^»?- r Ford 15th, Mich Oct. 19-Nov. 11,1972 140.38 

Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn Oct 17-18 1972 197 no 

TomS. Gettys. 5th, S.C... Nov. 8-14,' 1972 82' 40 

Do ..do Nov 21 1972 102 39 

Durward G. Hall 7th, Mo Nov! 16-20, 1972"::::""" 294' 50 

Lee H. Hamilton 9th, Ind Oct. 17-18, 1972 133 96 

Do do.. Oct. 14-22 1972 " 133 52 

i? n i es /;. H ? s ? n % s — 38th - N - Y - Nov. i4-i5, 1972".::."::::: io4'oo 

Richard H. Ichord 8th, Mo.... Sept. 28-Nov. 20, 1972 . 252 36 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind Nov. 21-28, 1972 147" 50 

Carleton J. King.. 30th, N.Y Oct. 12-15, 1972 117 80 

irh i?"i -j;u- d0 Oct. 25-Nov. 13, 1972 117.80 

r i r , , 4tl1 ' '° Wa "--- ° Ct - 17 " 18 1972 214.40 

Earl F. Landgreoe. 2d, Ind July 26-27 1972 109 88 

P D au J N.McCloskey.Jr.... 11th, Calif..... Nov. 21-27, 1972"."":::"""" 414 00 

Robert H. Michel 18th, III __ Sept. 18-22, 1972 204 62 

Do ..do.... Oct. 9-14, 1972... 204 62 

urn- u"'m V"u" ;:- d0 Nov. 15-20, 1972 204.62 

William H. Natcher 2d, Ky.* Nov 28 1972 89 16 

David R. Obey _ 7th, Wis.. _..__ Aut 11-14, wijH"""'. 155.' 00 

^° do --- Sept. 22-25, 1972 157.68 

\>° do Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 1972. 203.00 

"°-- - do... Oct.6-9, 1972 152.36 

... u ?u~n- ;-:-$.° 0ct - 18-Nov. 13, 1972 166.68 

Albert H. Quie 1st, Minn... Nov 19-?! 1972 16200 

Ray Roberts 4th, Tex.. ._ _ Oct. 25-Nov. 5, 1972 249' 60 

c acu V ----do. Nov. 12-26, 1972 249.60 

Fred Schwengel 1st, Iowa Oct 5-9 1972 138 56 

do — do — Oct. 13-14, 1972".:::::::::: 138: 56 

i o, \--: ,--,- d0 Oct. 17-Nov. 9, 1972 124 88 

Joe Skubitz 5th,Kans July 28-30, 1972. " 186 80 

%° d0 Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 1972". 189.76 

Gene^y-der-::::::::::^ ^°» 

£° - d0 --- Sept. 19-21, 1972 92.00 

"°--- d o Sept. 25-28, 1972. 92.00 

,m. itu do Oct. 2-5, 1972 92 00 

Charles Thone 1st, Nebr Oct 13-17 1972"" 22084 

Victor V.Veysey.. 38th, Calif-.... -...." July 1 16,1972 349 60 

"°--- do* Sept. 10, 1972 178' 32 

Y°--- - do .- Sept. 21-25, 1972 389.56 

Z --- do Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 1972 358. 56 

"° do Oct. 5-9, 1972 354.56 

,. U P.-y—i~" ;;u-- do --" - 0ct - 14 -!6, 1972 404 64 

JohnM. Zwach 6th, Minn... ._ June 30-July 16, 1972 170 00 

"°-- - -do July 25-31, 1972 146 00 

n°-- ---<jo Aug. 18-Sept. 4, 1972. 146.00 

Y° — -do- Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 1972 150.00 

ii 424i DanRostenkowsk,:::::::^, mi-::--: - - EMf-" ig-g 

13 4340 Samuel S. Stratton 29tn, N^Z^^^Z Dec' 5-9 972" jt 70 

4348 Edward Hutchinson 4th, Mich-— ."I Sept. 29-Oct. iVbr™:! 122 00 

M I M.c^eNButier:::::::-6th;t:::::::::---- fl^S! 972 \llil 

14 4360 David W.Dennis 10th, Ind...... ""i; Oct 6-1C " 1972 128 52 

4363 nn 5°-- Sept. 15-19, 1972-", ... 105.36 

43g4 n°- - d0 - Sept. 29-Oct. 2, 1972 104.28 

*_™ uo do Oct. 15-Nov. 11, 1972 148.94 



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Dec. 15 4371 Bill Chapped, Jr 4th, Fl a Dec. 1-14, 1972.. $222.00 

4372 Do do.... Nov. 16-21, 1972 222.00 

18 4381 Ronald V. Dellums 7th, Calif... _ Nov. 14-15, 1972 434.00 

4382 Do do Oct. 23-Nov. 9, 1972 434.00 

4385 Julia Butler Hansen 3d, Wash.* _ . Dec. 16, 1972 . 217.20 

19 4397 William R. Anderson 6th, Tenn Nov. 2-8, 1972 190.32 

Do do Dec. 1-4, 1972 190.32 

Bill Archer 7th, Tex Nov. 29-Dec. 6, 1972 255.20 

Wayne N. Aspinall 4th, Colo Nov. 21-30, 1972 322.00 

Walters. Baring.. At Large, Nev Nov. 28-Dec. 2, 1972 426.00 

Ben B. Blackburn 4th, Ga... Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 1972 137.20 

John A. Blatnik 8th, Minn July 14-16, 1972... .. 236.00 

Wm. S. Broomfield 18th, Mich... Nov. 24-25, 1972 98.00 

James M.Collins 3d, Tex Nov. 20-22, 1972 180.00 

William M.Colmer 5th, Miss.* Oct. 24, 1972 74.80 

John Conyers, Jr 1st, Mich.* Oct. 14, 1972 70.69 

William P. Curlinjr 6th, Ky Nov. 12-16, 1972.. 144.72 

John Dowdy 2d, Tex _ Sept. 17-24, 1972.. 346.68 

Do ....do Oct. 2-9, 1972 346.68 

Do .do Oct.31-Dec. 1, 1972 346.68 

Robert F. Drinan 3d, Mass Nov. 22-25, 1972 103.20 

John J. Duncan 2d, Tenn Oct. 5-9, 1972 126.24 

Do do Oct. 19-Nov. 9, 1972 126.24 

Do... do. Nov. 28-Dec. 2,1972 126.24 

Bob Eckhardt 8th, Tex.* Oct. 21,1972 126.00 

Do ....do Nov. 17-26, 1972.. _ 196.00 

Don Edwards 9th, Calif Nov. 28-29, 1972 429.60 

Jack Edwards 1st, Ala Nov. 22-29, 1972 252.60 

Donald M. Fraser... 5th, Minn.... Nov. 18-19, 1972. 154.20 

Do do Nov. 27-29, 1972. 154.20 

Sam Gibbons 6th, Fla Oct. 26-29, 1972 149.00 

Do do Nov. 16-19, 1972 149.00 

Do do Nov. 22-26,1972. 149.00 

Charles H. Griffin. 3d, Miss.* Oct. 20, 1972.. 132.00 

H. R. Gross.. 3d, Iowa Sept. 30-Nov. 15, 1972 ... 268.18 

James A. Haley 7th, Fla Oct. 5-Dec. 3, 1972 244.32 

Durward G. Hall 7th, Mo Dec. 1-5, 1972 294.50 

Elwood Hillis 5th, Ind... Nov. 14-16, 1972 153.12 

W. R. Hull, Jr 6th, Mo Oct. 20-23, 1972 196.00 

Do... do Nov.7-13, 1972 198.00 

Do do Nov. 18-27, 1972 198.00 

Abraham Kazen, Jr 23d, Tex Nov. 21-26, 1972 167.72 

Robert E.Jones... 8th, Ala Nov. 11-17, 1972. ._ 174.24 

John Kyi 4th, Iowa Nov. 3-30, 1972 268.66 

Peter N.Kyros 1st, Maine Oct. 6-10, 1972 143.64 

Do do _ Nov.22-26, 1972 143.64 

Robert McClory 12th, III Nov. 30-Dec. 6, 1972 141.52 

Mike McCormack 4th, Wash _ Oct. 13-Nov. 18, 1972 442.56 

Jack McDonald 19th, Mich Nov. 23-27, 1972 151.62 

George Mahon 19th, Tex Aug. 19 Sept. 1, 1972 260.00 

Do ...do Oct. 23-Nov. 22, 1972 260.00 

William S. Mailliard 6th, Calif Nov. 27-Dec. 4, 1972 414.00 

Spark M. Matsunaga 1st, Hawaii Oct. 5-Nov. 22, 1972 773.40 

Abner J. Mikva 2d, III Nov. 22-Dec. 5, 1972 142.56 

George P. Miller 8th, Calif _ Nov. 17-27, 1972.. 421.00 

JohnS. Monagan.... 5th, Conn Dec. 2-5, 1972 94.86 

Carl D. Perkins 7th, Ky Nov. 25-Dec. 4, 1972 78.00 

Richardson Preyer 6th, N.C. _ 1972.. 750.00 

Melvin Price... 24th, III Oct. 23-Nov. 18, 1972 213.86 

John J. Rhodes 1st, Ariz Oct. 20-Nov. 17, 1972. 364.00 

Paul G. Rogers... 9th, Fla... Nov. 17-20, 1972.. 102.00 

H. Allen Smith.. 20th, Calif.* Nov. 30, 1972 207.00 

James V. Stanton 20th, Ohio. Oct. 23-28, 1972.... 82.00 

Do do. Oct. 31-Nov. 1, 1972 82.00 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr... . 10th, Ga.... Nov. 16-21, 1972... 149.98 

LouisStckes 21st, Ohio.. Nov. 26-30, 1972. 87.92 

Fletcher Thompson 5th, Ga Nov. 15-17, 1972. 165.44 

Do. do Dec. 5-7, 1972. 165.44 

AlUllman... 2d, Oreg.. Nov. 21-24, 1972. 445.92 

Joseph P. Vigorito 24th, Pa July 1-16, 1972... 92.04 

Do.. ..do.... Aug. 4-7, 1972.... 92.04 

Do.. .do Aug. 19-Sept. 5, 1972 92.04 

Do... do.... Sept. 14-19, 1972 92.04 

Do ...do.... Sept. 21-25, 1972 92.04 

Do .do Oct. 5-10, 1972 92.04 

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277 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b— 1, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Dec. 19 4397 Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif.*... Oct. 18, 1972 $207.00 

Larry Winn, Jr 3d, Kans.* Oct. 2, 1972 76.00 

John M. Zwach 6th, Minn Sept. 14-17, 1972.. 150.00 

4464 John Melcher 2d, Mont. Dec. 6-17, 1972 337.20 

20 4474 John B. Anderson... 16th, III Oct. 29-Nov. 8, 1972.. 155.20 

Do do Dec. 2, 1972 155.20 

Mark Andrews.. At Large, N. Dak. Dec. 1-6, 1972 263.52 

Page Belcher 1st, Okla Nov. 21-Dec. 6, 1972 214.00 

William G. Bray 6th, Ind Aug. 17-20, 1972. 108.08 

Do do Sept. 7-11, 1972 113.08 

Do do.... Sept. 14-18, 1972 127.08 

Do do _ Sept. 21-24, 1972 127.08 

Do do Oct. 5-8, 1972 113.08 

Do do Oct. 13-15, 1972.... 113.08 

Do do Oct. 18-22, 1972.. 127.08 

J. Herbert Burke 12th, Fla Nov. 30-Dec. 6, 1972. 210.00 

Elford A. Cederberg 10th, Mich Dec. 8-9, 1972 121.48 

Don H. Clausen 1st, Calif June 30-July 16, 1972 489.06 

Do do July 20-23, 1972 385.14 

Do do.. Aug. 31-Sept. 10, 1972 423.06 

Do ..do Sept. 14-17, 1972.... 438. 16 

Do do Sept. 21-24, 1972 379.14 

Philip M. Crane 13th, III Dec. 4, 1972... 124.40 

William P. Curlin, Jr 6th, Ky Dec. 4-7, 1972 144.72 

E de la Garza 15th, Tex Sept. 27-28, 1972 284.00 

Frank E. Denholm 1st, S. Dak July 27-31, 1972 246.93 

Do do Sept. 14-19, 1972.. 249.93 

Do ...do Sept. 22-24, 1972 282.93 

4475 Don Fuqua 2d, Fla Nov. 16-19, 1972 152.00 

Kenneth J. Gray 21st, III Nov. 10-14, 1972... 219.64 

Do do.... Dec. 1-4, 1972... 219.64 

John Paul Hamrnerschmidt 3d, Ark June 30-July 6, 1972. 297.84 

Do do July 11-17, 1972. 297.84 

Do do.... Aug. 18-28, 1972 297.84 

Do do Aug. 30-Sept. 5, 1972 297.84 

Do ...do Sept. 14-19, 1972 297.84 

Do do Oct. 18-25, 1972 297.84 

Do do Nov. 8-16, 1972.... 297.84 

Do ....do Nov. 18-26, 1972.. 297.84 

Richard T. Hanna 34th, Caiif.* Nov. 8, 1972 207.00 

Augustus F. Hawkins 21st, Calif Dec. 1-7, 1972.. 424.00 

William L. Hungate 9th, Mo Oct. 18-22, 1972 136.40 

Do ....do Oct. 24-Nov. 8, 1972 230.16 

JohnJarman.. 5th, Okla.*... Nov. 22, 1972 117.00 

Speedy O. Long 8th, La Oct. 15-16, 1972 134.52 

James A. McClure 1st, Idaho Nov. 30-Dec. 3, 1972 370.00 

Jack H. McDonald 19th, Mich... _ Dec. 8-10, 1972... 151.62 

John J. McFall 15th, Calif.*. _ _. Dec. 10, 1972 207.00 

Gunn McKay 1st, Utah Oct. 15-Nov. 11, 1972. 280.00 

Do do Nov. 15-17, 1972 319.00 

Jerry L. Pettis 33d, Calif Oct. 18-Ncv. 27, 1972 414.00 

Robert Price 18th, Tex. June 30-July 16, 1972. 238.24 

Do .do. Aug. 19 Sept. 4, 1972 271.24 

Do do Sept. 14-17, 1972 220.24 

Do do. Sept. 21-25, 1972.. 216.04 

Do .do Oct. 5-9, 1972. 219.84 

David Pryor 4th, Ark.* July 28, 1972 99.00 

Do do.... July 31, 1972 89.00 

Do. ._ ..do Seot. 28,1972 145.56 

Do ...do. Oct. 12, 1972.. 91.00 

Do do.. Nov. 29-Dec. 2, 1972 142.00 

John R. Rarick 6th, La.* Oct. 23, 1972 103.00 

John H.Terry 34th, N.Y Oct. 5-10, 1972 94.56 

Do do Nov. 15-17, 1972... 94.56 

Do do Dec. 4-7, 1972 94.56 

Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz.* Oct. 14, 1972 178.00 

Do do Nov. 26-Dec. 1, 1972 356.00 

William C. Wampler 9th, Va Nov. 15-17, 1972 96.60 

Do do Dec. 7-8,1972 96.60 

4484 Charles H.Wilson 31st, Calif. Dec. 8-12, 1972 349.02 

4485 Brock Adams... 7th, Wash.. Dec. 13-19, 1972 429.00 

21 4489 Bill D. Burhson 10th, Mo Dec. 8-19, 1972 233.16 

4491 John Young 14th, Tex Dec. 16-20, 1972 292.00 

4492 James C. Corman 22d, Calif.* Dec. 17, 1972 217.00 

27 4659 Estate of William F. Ryan.. 20th, N.Y 1972 750.00 

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278 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Dec. 29 4684 John H. Buchanan 6th, Ala Sept. 12, 1972 $146.00 

4685 Do ...do Sept. 27-28, 1972 130.00 

4686 Do do Oct. 28-29, 1972.... 148.00 

4687 Do do Oct. 20-Nov. 4, 1972.. 147.00 

4S88 Do. ...do Nov. 6-14, 1972. 131.00 

4689 Do do.. Dec. 18-19, 1972 170.91 

Refunds and adjustments 1(1,124.76) 



Total paid from 1973 appropriations. 323,342.41 

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 

1972 

Dec. 12 4293 Kirsten Cook James Kee 5th,W.Va. . Apr. 20-May 15, 1970 $81.84 

4294 Do do , do Oct. 28-Nov. 15, 1970 81.84 



Total paid from 1971 appropriations... 163.68 



July 5 20 Victor Kamber Seymour Halpern 6th, N.Y... . June 29-Julv 5,1972. 73.52 

24 JohnS.Moyt Samuel L. Devine 12th, Ohio June 28-July 4, 1972. 106.70 

7 174 Ronald A. Michieli Wayne N. Aspinali 4th, Colo July 11-28, 1972 .. 269.00 

John R. Sinclair William S. Broomfield.. 18th, Mich June 14-20, 1972 96. 00 

Victor Robles.. Shirley Chisholm 12th, N.Y Apr. 19, 1972 55.00 

Arlene M. Farlow Frank M. Clark 25th, Pa May 9-10, 1972 77.66 

Malcolm O.Campbell, William R. Cotter 1st, Conn June 15-17, 1972 70.00 

Jr. 

Do ....do ....do June 18-24, 1972.... 70.00 

Iric Nathanson Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn May 21-27, 1972 146.00 

Julia M. Carson Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind June 23-25, 1972 147.50 

James J. Coakley Robert L. Leggett 4th, Calif June 8-23, 1972 757.40 

Laurence F. Fitzgerald.. Jack H. McDonald 19th, Mich June 1-10, 1972 150.06 

Willard L. Phillips Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) 5th, NX... May 8-9, 1972 56.00 

Mizell. 

James G. Pyrros Lucien N. Nedzi 14th, Mich June 14-21, 1972 144.34 

Baron I.ShackHte Wright Patman 1st, Tex Apr. 2-3, 1972 261.48 

John T. Wnite II Richard H. Poff 6th, Va June 2-4, 1972 70.80 

Morgan Thompson Wm. J. Randall 4th, Mo.* June 28, 1972 102.50 

Merle Baumgart Peter W. Rodino, Jr.... 10th, N.J _. Apr. 24-June 8, 62.60 

1972. 

Anthony Suriano do.... do May 9-11, 1972 62.60 

Anthony L. Coelho B. F. Sisk 16th, Calif June 23-26, 1972.... 408.00 

Roger Mott... Samuel S. Stratton 29th, N.Y.* June 9, 1972 57.52 

Margaret K. Harding.... Frank A. Stubblefield.. 1st, Ky Apr. 25-May 12, 1972 214. 02 

Do ....do... do May 16-29, 1972 214.02 

Jack M. Foulk Chalmers P. Wylie 15th, Ohio May 13-June 12, 100.12 

1972. 

192 Sarah E. Etheredge James C. Corman 22d, Calif.* June 26, 1972 348.72 

19 320 Charles Widup.. Wayne N. Aspinali 4th, Colo.* June 17, 1972 243.96 

J. D. Downy John Dowdy... 2d, Tex.* May 22, 1S72 173.40 

JeanE.Gordon Charles S. Gubser 10th, Calif June4-6,1972 388.00 

Lois H.Perry Jerry L. Pettis _ 33d, Calif June 17-30, 1972.... 277.00 

Ray A. Huber Fred B. Rooney _ 15th, Pa Apr. 21-23, 1972 51.12 

Do do do June 16-18, 1972.... 51.12 

Marshall L. Lynam Jim Wright 12th, Tex.* June 14, 1972. ... 113.00 

27 567 Michael T. Corbett William A. Barrett 1st, Pa June 13-17, 1972.... 39.28: 

Do do ..do... June 22-27, 1972.... 39.28 

R. Roger Majak... Jonathan B. Bingham.. 23d, N.Y June 6-23, 1972 66.35 

William P. Hojnacki John Brademas 3d, Ind.... June 8-12, 1972 154.44 

Josiah Beeman Phillip Burton 5th, Calif Apr. 27-June 11, 428.00 

1972. 

William R. Joslin James C. Cleveland.... 2d, N.H... June 16-19, 1972.... 110.40 

George W. Jackson Edwin D. Eshleman 16th, Pa Feb. 22,1972 27.96 

Do do do.. Mar. 20,1972 27.96 

James A. Goller James A. McClure 1st, Idaho.. June 28 July 1, 344.00 

1972. 

Virginia P. Turner Ray J. Madden 1st, Ind Apr. 28- -May 8, 1972. 174.30 

Aug. 3 901 Barbara J. Williams Ronald V. Dellums 7th, Calif. May 18-21, 1972 408.00 

Jean Fitzgerald Louise Day Hicks 9th, Mass Nov. 29-Dec. 2, 86.00 

1971. 

Marie Whalen... do. . do do 86. 0Q 



1 Includes refund of $80.78 from Congressman William R. Roy. 
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279 

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 

1972 

Aug. 3 901 Joseph E.Croken Torbert H. Macdonald.. 7th, Mass June 15-19, 1972 $131.44 

Leonard W. Saari Lloyd Meeds 2d, Wash.* June 16, 1972. . 401.81 

Dana W. Burden Sam Steiger 3d, Ariz.*. June 28, 1972 297.00 

11 1105 Joseph P. Gemmell Gus Yatron 6th, Pa. June 6-12, 1972 39.24 

16 1197 HarrySloan Alphonzo Bell 28th, Calif June 20-22, 1972.... 388.00 

Hortence G. Mena Henry B. Gonzalez 20th, Tex.* Dec. 21, 1971 106.00 

John Cope Augustus F. Hawkins.. 21st, Calif Jan. 13-Mar. 3, 1972. 404.00 

Barbara Morris Norman F. Lent 5th, N.Y June 13-17, 1972 75. 62 

29 1386 David C. Niklaus Paul N. McCloskey, Jr. 11th, Calif June 9-30,1972 388.0n 

Francis E. O'Gorman.... Joseph M. McDade 10th, Pa June 23-26, 1972 62. 66 

Mathews Collins Robert Price 13th, Tex* June30,1972 . 99.00 

Sept. 12 1727 Louise Shadduck Orval Hansen 2d, Idaho* June 2, 1972 .. 288.94 

Richard A. Brown James H. Scheuer 22d, N.Y May 31-June 28, 1972 73.98 

Wallace L.Jernigan W.S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr _ 8th, Ga Jan. 25-Feb. 4, 1972. 175.06 

William T. Deitz Frank Thompson, Jr... 4th, N.J June 3-4, 1972 43.70 

Johnnie B.Hohnadel... G. Elliott Hagan lst.Ga. May 5-10, 1972 153.46 

Do do do June 9-12, 1972 153.46 

John M.Christian Walter Flowers 5th, Ala Mar. 7-25, 1972 210.94 

Do do do Apr.3-May9,1972... 210.94 

Drew V.Tidwell Ben B. Blackburn 4th, Ga May 4-June 10, 1972. 111.00 

Brian C.Harwood Richard W.Mallary AtLarge.Vt Feb. 9-15, 1972 148.00 

JamesP.Rowan Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr... 8th, Mass. Mar. 12-19,1972 138.60 

AlfredSwift Frank.Jr... Charles W.Whalen, Jr.. 3d, Ohio. Jan. 22-26, 1972 80.40 

Belden H. Bell Roger H. Zion 8th, Ind June 1-5, 1972 194.95 

Patrick J. Donoghue Edward P. Boland 2d, Mass Aor. 19-26, 1972 107.30 

Paul A. Kline,. George A. Goodling 19th, Pa.. Mar. 15-21, 1972 22.68 

Do _..do do Apr. 17-26, 1972 22.68 

David A. Lovenheim.... Frank Horton... 36th, N.Y June 16-20, 1972 95.88 

KirstenCook James Kee 5th, W. Va July 15-25, 1971 81.84 

Do do _ .do Oct. 2-15, 1971 81.84 

Do do do May 5-12, 1972 81.84 

Sandee Toothman. do... do May 7-11, 1972 81.84 

Harold D. Rogers John Kyi 4th, Iowa* June 26, 1972 88. 12 

Arthur A. Graf, Jr John M. Zwach 6th, Minn.. June 8-10, 1972 146.00 

19 4458 Charles O. Whitley David N. Henderson... 3d, N.C June 9-12, 1972 85.80 

Refunds and adjustments.. _ 103.82 



14 

Oct. 6 

27 


1889 
1890 
2630 
2631 
3156 


Nov. 1 
Dec. 7 


3332 
4192 



Total paid from 1972 appropriations 12,786.97 



July 19 315 Dorothy W. VagnozzL... Charles W. Sandman, Jr 2d, N.J July 11-13, 1972 50.40 

24 447 Robert L.Tonsing. Donald G. Brotzman... 2d, Colo July 17-24, 1972 440.94 

27 565 JamesAustin MarkAndrews 1st, N. Dak July 1-17, 1972 338.02 

PaulSchosberg.... Herman Badiito 21st, N.Y July 6, 1972__. 70.80 

Ron Schrader Bob Bergland 7th, Minn July 9-16, 1972 372.00 

Margaret W. Hynes Jackson E. Betts 3th, Ohio* July 9, 1972 32.00 

Ronald L. Strouse Edward G. Biester, Jr.. 8th, Pa... _ July 10, 1972 48.94 

John L. Gamble Ray Blanton 7th, Tenn June 30-July 5, 1972. 207.48 

Michal Sue Prosser Bill D. Burlison 10th, Mo June 30-July 5, 1972. 229.66 

Alan R. Erwin... Bob Casey.. 22d, Tex July 6-8, 1972. 194.40 

Grace Gallo O.C.Fisher 21st, Tex July 1-6, 1972 246.28 

Gerald L. Henson Durward G. Hall 7th, Mo July 1-10, 1972 294.50 

Edward J. Goodin, Jr... John E. Moss 3d, Calif June 29-July 13, 742.76 

1972. 

Elizabeth McKay Smith. H. Allen Smith 20th, Calif.* July 1, 1972 145.50 

John S. Burnett Robert H. Steele 2d, Conn July 1-7, 1972 105.98 

Aug. 9 996 VanR.OIsen MarkAndrews 1st, N. Dak June 30-July 23, 338.02 

1972. 

Rosalie Sevier. Page Belcher 1st, Okla.* July 29, 1972 103.00 

Judith A. McAlister Charles E. Chamberlain. 6th, Mich July 9-14, 1972 87.00 

Trent Lott William M. Colmer 5th, Miss July 6-16, 1972 140.85 

Candita C. Parker. Jorge L Cordova (Res. Comm.) July 18-28, 1972 145.00 

P.R. 

David C. Pruitt III Jack Edwards 1st, Ala July 7-17, 1972 252.60 

Mattie Mae McKee O.C.Fisher. 21st, Tex.. July 1-24, 1972 242.00 

Patrick H. Redmond.... Lee H. Hamilton.. 9th, Ind June 29-July 10, 156.86 

1972. 

Aubrey W. Sullivan Richard H. Ichord 8th, Mo July 19-24, 1972 236.64 

Evelyn M. Poole Charles Raper Jonas... 9th, N.C July 9-13, 1972 110.98 

KazOshiki Robert W. Kastenmeier. 2d, Wis July 3-22, 1972 227.18 

Esthers. Brownstein... Cari D. Perkins 7th, Ky July 28, 1972 81.00 

Thedford Collins David Pryor 4th, Ark July 26-27, 1972 178.00 

Joel Fishman Thomas M. Rees 26th, Calif July 6-14, 1972 275. 00 

Thomas C. Parker, Jr... Fletcher Thompson 5th, Ga July 14-16, 1972 165.24 

Robert C. Junk Roger H. Zion 8th, Ind July 13-21, 1972 194.95 

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280 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for employees, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
127a — Continued 

Congressional 
Employee Congressman district Date 

1972 

Aug. 11 1106 Joseph P. Gemmell Gus Yatron 6th, Pa._. July 3-6, 1972 $39.24 

15 1169 Owen R. Chaffee. Robert L. Leggett 4th, Calif. July 25-Aug. 15, 1972 757.40 

1170 Mildred Akins Hugh L.Carey 15th, N.Y Aug. 9 14, 1972 69.88 

16 1198 Mitchell A. Rosenfeld... Lawrence Coughlin 13th, Pa July 24-25, 1972 41.28 

Fred Holborn John C. Culver 2d, Iowa July 29-31, 1972 178.00 

29 1385 Anna Azhderian Frank Annunzio 7th, III Aug. 8, 1972 132.00 

John Salamone do.. do Aug.6, 1972 102.00 

Carlton Betenbaugh Tom Bevill 7th, Ala Aug. 3-7, 1972 135.00 

Randolph H. Parro Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La July 16-Aug. 2, 1972. 314.40 

Catherine M. Covell Charles E. Chamberlain. 6th, Mich July 23-Aug. 12, 1972 102.20 

Thomas E. Hooker Bitl Chapped, Jr 4th, Fla.* July 6, 1972 102.94 

TerryC.Hoye W. C. (Dan) Daniel 5th, Va Aug. 11-12, 1972.... 63.60 

Gwendolyn W.Thurman do. do. July 21-29, 1972 63.60 

John R. Buckley Dante B. Fascell 12th, Fla July 8-17, 1972 158.00 

Frank H. Rathbun William D. Ford 15th Mich Aug. 4-10, 1972 140.38 

Louise Shadduck Orval Hansen 2d, Idaho* Aug. 8, 1972... 288.94 

Daisy Akahoshi Patsy T. Mink 2d, Hawaii* Aug. 4, 1972.. 381.78 

Russell Seiki do do* do 381.78 

Rudolph Honkala Richard G. Shoup 1st, Mont June 29-July 10, 449. 72 

1972. 

Sept. 1 1613 Michael F. Dineen Dan Kuykehdall 9th, Tenn July 20-21, 1972 122.00 

5 1635 JohnS. Hoyt Samuel L. Devine 12th, Ohio Aug. 14-19, 1972.... 107.90 

12 1724 JamesA.Wise William R. Anderson... 6th, Tenn July 3-Aug. 4, 1972.. 190.32 

James H.Smits John W. Byrnes 8th, Wis Aug. 15-27, 1972.... 254.18 

Lorraine M. Proulx James R. Grover, Jr.... 2d, N.Y July 26-27, 1972 68.00 

Shirley A. Puishis Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash.* Aug. 16, 1972 354.50 

Robert Clifton Robb, Jr.. Albert W. Johnson 23d, Pa July 27, 1972 62.00 

Robert E. Hess Joseph E. Karth. 4th, Minn July 31-Aug. 10, 300. 32 

1972. 

Laurence F. Fitzgerald.. Jack H. McDonald 19th, Mich. July 13-17, 1972 151.62 

Edward F. Howard Spark M. Matsunaga... 1st, Hawaii Aug. 16-24, 1972 767.16 

Robert J. Baughman.... Romano L. Mazzoli 3d, Ky Aug. 19-24, 1972.... 160.82 

Esther P. Miller George P. Miller 8th, Calif June30-Aug.2, 1972. 291.00 

W. E. Ainsworth, Jr.... G. V. (Sonny) 4th, Miss Aug. 17-27, 1972 236. 02 

Montgomery. 

Michael B. GoldenthaL. Benjamin S. Rosenthal- 8th, N.Y Aug. 10, 1972 57. 00 

Francine Siedlecki do do do 57.00 

Samuel Brooks, Jr Louis Stokes 21st, Ohio* Aug. 25, 1972. 32.00 

Wallace L. Jernigan W. S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr. 8th, Ga July 5-Aug. 13, 1972. 175. 06 

13 1795 Karen M. S. H. Chun.. Richard C. White 16th, Tex. Aug. 18 Sept. 6, 303.00 

1972. 

18 1988 RonSchrader.... Bob Bergland 7th, Minn Aug. 18-Sept. 10, 371.70 

1972. 

20 2023 Virginia Fletcher Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III July 26-Aug. 4, 1972. 196.58 

21 2065 Alice L. Abernethy Thomas G. Abernethy.. 1st, Miss. Aug. 15-Sept.6, 224.88 

1972. 

Stephanie DeGason Alphonzo Bell 28th, Calif Aug. 16-Sept. 5, 310.00 

1972. 

John R.Sinclair.. .... William S. Broomfield.. 18th, Mich Sept. 1-2, 1972 96.00 

CecileSrodes.. James T. Broyhill 10th, N.C Aug. 20-25, 1972 70.00 

Arlene M. Farlow Frank M. Clark 25th, Pa Aug. 19-20, 1972 76.10 

Edward D. Murnane.... Philip M. Crane 13th, III. Aug. 25-Sept. 5, 194.60 

1972. 

Robert Power.. .. John C. Culver 2d, Iowa. _ Aug. 28-31, 1972 174.00 

Dorothy E. Quarker.... Charles C. Diggs, Jr.... 13th, Mich. Aug. 5-Sept. 2, 1972. 102.00 

JamesE. Drake Richard H. Fulton 5th, Tenn.. July 9-21, 1972 165.60 

Do do .do. July 26-Aug. 4,1972. 165.60 

Gerald L. Henson.. Durwald G. Half 7th, Mo Sept. 2-14, 1972 294.50 

Clifton Allen... F. Edward Hubert. 1st, La June 28-Aug. 17, 267.84 

1972. 

Edward Bartholomew... Carleton J. King 30th, N.Y Sept. 3-6, 1972. 117.80 

Joseph E. Croken Torbert H. Macdonald.. 7th, Mass Aug. 14-17, 1972 131.44 

Rita Carol Williams George H. Mahon 19th, Tex.* Aug. 14, 1972 216.82 

Steve Ponder Lloyd Meeds.... 2d, Wash Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 320.80 

1972. 

Robert A. Reintsema.... Clarence E. Miller 10th, Ohio Aug. 20-22, 1972.... 103.82 

Martha Mahoney William E. Minshall.... 23d, Ohio Sept. 8-15, 1972 100.62 

Thomas J. WisniewskL. Roman C. Pucinski 11th, III Aug. 11-18, 1972 196.58 

Donald L. Robinson Henry S. Reuss 5th, Wis Aug. 21-Sept. 7, 223. 14 

1972. 

Robert W. Maher. Paul G. Rogers. _ 9th, Fla Aug. 22-30, 1972.... 158.00 

Richard Hapke Harold Runnels 2d, N. Mex June 30-Aug. 11, 458. 52 

1972. 

Christopher Farrand.... Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich Aug. 30-Sept. 11, 294.40 

1972. 

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281 

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 

1972 

Sept. 21 2065 Willard S. Voit John G. Schmitz 35th, Calif July 28-Aus 11 $396 40 

1972. ' 

Goldie M. Eckl George E.Shipley 23d, III.. Aug. 11-18 1972 174 86 

Michael C. Marden Joe Skubitz 5th, Kans Aug. 4-Sept 12 308 42 

1972. 

David M. Elder Robert G.Stephens, Jr.. 10th, Ga Aug. 19-Sept 5 149 98 

1972 ' 

Frances Fay English Roy A. Taylor 11th, N.C Aug. 18 Sept 4 119 14 

1972. 

LutherW.Shaw do do Aug 19-24 1972 119 02 

William H. Palmer. Charles Thone 1st, Nebr Aug. 22-Sept 2 162' 00 

~ ,, ■ 1972, 

„, „„,,- DonaldJepsen Wendell Wyatt 1st, Oreg Aug. 4-Sept. 7 1972 388 00 

27 2235 Robert P. Robinson III.. Bill Chappell.Jr 4th. Fla.* Sept 13 1972 11190 

0ct - ,? 2639 Robert C. Ruben James C. Corman 22d, Calif _ Sept. 26-Oct. 2 1972" 348*72 

11 2667 George M. Noblin Elizabeth Andrews 3d, Ala Sept 27 1972 71 80 

Nick Van Nelson Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla... Sept 11-16 1972""" 56' 00 

BettyS. Johnson Tom Bevill. 7th, Ala Aug. 30-Sept. 10 174 43 

1972 

Hugh G. Hart, Jr Earle Cabell. 5th, Tex Aug. 7-15, 1972 176 00 

Douglas L. Francisco... Tim Lee Carter 5th, Ky July 5-15, 1972 185 28 

R. Roy Fausset James M. Collins 3d, Tex Sept. 14-19 1972 180 00 

Edwin J. Feulner, Jr.... Philip M. Crane 13th, III Sept. 14-19, 1972 170*70 

Charles Kenny George E. Danielson... 29th, Calif.* Sept 14, 1972 205 48 

James C. Bolton Glenn R. Davis 9th, Wis Sept 2-14 1972 144' 00 

Junius C. Steen William L. Dickinson... 2d, Ala .. Aug 11-26 1972 197' 44 

David J. Umansky Joshua Eilberg 4th, Pa Sept. 1, 1972 64' 00 

John M. Christian Walter Flowers 5th, Ala July 31 Sept 2 1972 210 94 

Mary Lou Lucas John J. Flynt, Jr 6th, Ga... _ July 4-Aug. 27, 1972 165' 34 

W' 'am L- First Thomas S. Foley 5th, Wash Aug. 3-Sept. 12, 1972. 666; 69 

William T. Kendall Peter H. B. Freling- 5th, N.J Sept. 22-23, 1972 61 10 

huysen. 

Mark Olson Bill Frenzel 3d, Minn June 30-Sept 30, 284 70 

1972 

Fred Brandenburg William H. Harsha 6th, Ohio. Sept 2-4, 1972 100 03 

n ,9H r V.? Peter N - Kvros lst - Maine Sep*- 5-1 7 . 1972 159 64 

Paul W. Winegar Sherman P. Lloyd 2d, Utah Sept. 4-15, 1972 325 00 

Thomas E. Hunt Mike McCormack 4th, Wash Aug 14-23 1972 328 96 

Robert J. Baughman Romano L. Mazzoli 3d, Ky Sent 9 10 1972 9200 

Molhe D. Cohexi William S. Moorhead... 14th, Pa... Sent 11-12 1972 62' 00 

Ronald L. Hardman John T. Myers 7th, I nd Aug. 18-31, 1972 168' 00 

Morgan Thompson Wm. J. Randall 4th, Mo.* Sept. 18, 1972 105' 50 

Chris Mathisen J. Kenneth Robinson... 7th, Va. . Sept. 19 1972 17 52 

Lester Rosen Garner E. Shriver 4th, Kans Sept. 25-Oct. 1, 1972 230.50 

Ann Kelley Foster Robert L. F. Sikes 1st, Fla Aug. 22-Sept. 10 160 44 

!9 72 - 

b e ?- ,.vE- r07d ' Jr OlinE.Teague 6th, Tex Sept. 16-20, 1972.... 242.00 

Katie Williams do do Sept. 2-6, 1972 180.00 

E. A. Pat Ferguson Jerome R. Waldie 14th, Calif Aug. 2-9, 1972 310.00 

Karen S. Heath. Bob Wilson... 36th, Calif July 29 Sept. 3, 1972 692.63 

L Stanley Kemp Wendell Wyatt 1st, Oreg Sept. 14-23, 1972 398.00 

Phyllis C. Kinzer. Sidney R. Yates 9th, III Aug. 31- Sept. 4 148 50 

1972 

20 2964 AliceM. Smith. Glenn M. Anderson.... 17th, Calif Sept. 15-Oct. 9 408 56 

1972 

William F. Almendinger. John M. Ashbrook 17th, Ohio . Sept 18-21 1972 97 34 

Peter Kmzler Thomas L. Ashley 9th, Ohio Oct. 4-5 1972 81 50 

Gerald Schaffer Walter S. Baring At Large, Nev... Sept. 11-29, 1972 . 695.24 

E. Orville Johnson David W. Dennis 10th, Ind Sept. 20-Oct. 5 135 74 

1972 

Joan M. Kunkel John G. Dow 27th, N.Y Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 81.42 

J r r - t 1972. 

.To o- F ,'^ ch --- d0 d0 July 18-20, 1972 49.40 

John R. Buckley Dante B. Fascell 12th, Fla Aug. 31-Oct. 2, 1972 181 00 

John P. Winburn Tom S. Gettys.... 5th, S.C Aug. 19-Sept. 3, 107.50 

, u r * 1972. 

John E. Cox, Jr Barry M. Goldwater, Jr. 27th, Calif Aug. 10-31 1972 727. ?0 

Christine B. Sullivan... Michael Harrington 6th, Mass Aug. 17-Sept. 5, 130.80 

1972 

Charles H. Pokrandt.... James F. Hastings 38th, N.Y. . Oct 6-8 1972 79 20 

Vivienne H. Hannum.... Ed Jones 8th,Tenn . Sept. 1-5, 1972" 213 00 

OlgaGrkavac Peter N. Kyros 1st, Maine.. Sept. 17-Oct. 1, 1972 159.64 

Lorraine F. Benedini.... Richard W. Mallary At Large, Vt . June 30-July 16, 142.00, 

1972. 

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282 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for employees, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
127a — Continued 











Congressional 










Employee 


Congressman 


district 


Date 




1972 














Oct. 20 


2964 


Jerry Wymore 


. John E. Moss 


. 3d, Calif.* 


. Sept. 13,1972 


$211.30 






Roland C. Jones, Jr 


. Ray Roberts 


. 4th, Tex 


. Sept. 15-Oct. 1,1972. 


251.52 






Jewell Bailey 


. John M. Slack 


. 3d,W. Va. 


. Sept. 6-7,1972 


68.00 






David Brunei! 


. Donald W. Riegle, Jr... 


. 7th, Mich 


. Aug. 5-11,1972 


157.04 






Do 


do 


do 


. Sept. 3-10,1972 


157.04 






Anthony L. Coelho 


. B. F.Sisk 


. 16th, Calif 


. Sept.27-Oct.8,1972. 


209. 00 






Maritha Dison... 


. BurtL. Talcott 


. 12th, Calif 


July 28 Sept. 12, 
1972. 
. Oct. 6-10,1972 


574. 56 






Marius B. Peladeau 


. Joseph P. Vigorito 


. 24th, Pa 


92.04 






George M. Lowrey 


. Charles W. Whalen, Jr.. 


. 3d, Ohio 


. Sept. 13-30,1972... 


82.00 






Douglas M. Gregory 


. C. W. Bill Young 


8th, Fla 


. Sept. 18-22,1972.... 


174.00 


27 


31SS 


Charles L. Fishman 


. James Abourezk 


2d,S. Dak 


. Oct. 14-15,1972 


267. 00 






R. Roger Majak 


. Jonathan B. Bingham.. 


. 23d, N.Y 


_ Oct. 12-13,1972 


66.00 






Gloria Arledge 


. Charles J. Carney 


. 19th, Ohio 


. Oct. 13-16, 1972 


81.30 






Thomas J. Keyes, Jr 


do 


do 


. Oct. 5-10, 1972 


81.30 






Ruth A. Dancey 


do 


do 


do____ 


81.30 






Raymond W. Sebens 


. George E. Danielson... 


. 29th, Calif.*... 


. Oct. 15, 1972 


213.00 






Jeannette Cantwell 


. John D. Dingell 


. 16th, Mich 


. Aug. 4-11, 1972 


136.20 






Margaret Matus 


do. 


do 


. Oct. 3-10, 1972 


136. 20 






Richard H. Evans 


Pierre S. (Pete) du 
Pont. 
. James A. Haley 


At Large, Del.. 


. Sept. 11,1972 


28.80 






Sandra Marie Metcalf-. 


. 7th, Fla.* 


. Oct. 14, 1972 


131.63 






Carl W. Cardin... 


John Paul Hammer- 
schmidt. 


3d, Ark 


. July 1-15, 1972. 


288. 24 






Do 


do... 


do 


Aug. 15-Sept. 3, 
1972. 


288. 24 






Margaret H. Lynch 


. W.R.Hull, Jr 


. 6th, Mo 


. Sept. 5-6, 1972 


196. 00 






Vera W. Page 


. William M. McCulloch.. 


. 4th, Ohio. 


. Oct. 4-9, 1972 


115.10 






Bette B. Welch 


. Charles A. Mosher 


. 13th, Ohio 


. Sept. 4-11, 1972 


82.20 






James P. Rowan _ 


. Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr.. 


. 8th, Mass 


Sept. 25-Oct. 13, 
1972. 
. Oct. 5-10, 1972 


138.60 






Thomas J. WisniewskL. 


. Roman C. Pucinski 


11th, III 


196. 58 






Alma D. Butler. 


. Robert L. F. Sikes 


1st, Fla.* 


. Sept. 13,1972 


76.72 






Marion F. Bishop 


. Jamie L. Whitten 


1st, Miss 


. July 1-30,1972 


250. 56 


31 


3200 
3510 


Donald Ruby 


. Elwood Hillis 

. Joe D. Waggonner, Jr.. 


. 5th, lnd__ 

4th, La. 


Sept. 8-0ct. 19, 1972. 
. Aug. 19-27,1972.... 


153.12 


Nov. 8 


David L. Batt 


320. 14 


9 


3518 


RochellaSue Gerger 


. Bill Archer 


7th, Tex.* 


. Oct. 16,1972 


127.60 






John J. King 


. James A. Burke 


11th, Mass 


. Oct. 13-15, 1972 


126.44 






Kathleen W. Dehnel.... 


. Tim Lee Carter 


5th, Ky 


. Oct. 19-23,1972 


185. 28 






Robert N. Craft.. 


. William S. Conover II. . 


. 27th, Pa 


. Oct. 10-15, 1972 


64.22 






Do 


do 


do* 


. Oct. 27,1972 


32.11 






Cora C. Bane. 


. William P. Curlin, Jr... 


6th, Ky. 


. Oct. 14-22, 1972 


144.72 






Dortha Patricia 


John J. Duncan 


2d,Tenn 


. Oct. 20-25, 1972 


126.24 






DeLozier. 














Kay U.Main 


do.. 


do 


. Oct. 22-25, 1972 


126.24 






KazOshiki 


Robert W. Kastenmeier. 
. William J. Keating 


2d, Wis. 

1st, Ohio 


Aug. 19-Sept. 4, 
1972. 
. Oct. 16-19, 1972 


226. 42 




Thomas A. Hayes 


83.52 






George L. Bergjr 


. Carleton J. King 


30th, N.Y 


. Oct. 10-18, 1972 


117.80 






Audrey Boe 


. Arthur A. Link 


. 2d, N. Dak 


Sept. 14-Oct. 12, 
1972. 
. Oct. 14-29, 1972 


269. 20 






Stephen Daniels 


. Robert McClory. 

. John L. McMillan 


12th, III 


206. 60 






Major L. McGee 


6th, S.C 


. Oct. 15-20, 1972 


102. 60 






John E. Odgaard 


. Dave Martin 


3d,Nebr 


. Oct. 23-27, 1972 


288.00 






Paul D. Hinkle.. 


. John E. Moss 


3d, Calif.* 


. Oct. 14,1972 


371.38 






Janice E. Daniels. 


. J. Kenneth Robinson... 


7th, Va 


. Sept. 29, 1972 


30.72 


14 


363b 


Allan Schimmel 


. Fred Schwengel 


. 1st, Iowa 


Aug. 31-Nov. 10, 
1972. 
. Oct. 12-Nov. 5,1972. 


232.26 


15 


3639 


JohnS. Hoyt 


. Samuel L. Devine 


12th, Ohio 


107.78 




3697 


Thomas O. Kay 


John H. Buchanan 


6th, Ala 


. Sept. 7-Nov. 8,1972. 


195.70 


16 


3728 


David L. Batt 


Joe D. Waggonner, Jr... 


4th, La.* 


. Nov. 12,1972 


160.07 


17 


3738 


Robert P. Robinson ML. 


. Bill Chappell, Jr 


4th, Fla.* 


. Nov. 10,1972 


111.90 


20 


37/0 


Sandra M. Metcalf 


. James A. Haley. 


7th, Fla.* 


. Nov. 11,1972.. 


131.63 




3773 


Anna Azhderian 


. Frank Annunzio 


7th, III 


. Nov. 7-8,1972 


148.75 






Gladys Uhl 


Richard Boiling 


5th, Mo 


. Oct. 25-Nov. 8, 1972. 


202. 00 






Eleanor Lewis 


do 


do. 


do 


202. 00 




Maury Shean 


. Phillip Burton 


5th, Calif.* 


. Nov. 9 1972 


212. 76 






Nancy Larson 


do. 


do*.. 


do 


212.76 






Hugh G. Hart, Jr 


. Earle Cabell 


5th, Tex.* 


. Sept. 11, 1972 


90.00 






Michael A. Forgash 


. Elford A. Cederberg 


10th, Mich 


. Oct. 15-Nov. 9, 1972. 


169.52 






Carolyn M. Sladek 


. John N. Erlenborn 


14th, III. 


. Nov. 3-8, 1972 


136.00 






Robert C. Gatty. 


. Edwin B. Forsythe 


6th, N.J 


. Oct. 10, 1972 


44.00 






James E. Drake 


. Richard H. Fulton 


5th, Tenn 


. Oct. 22-Nov. 8, 1972. 


165.60 






Marilynne Mikulich 


. Martha W. Griffiths.... 


. 17th, Mich 


. Oct. 5-10, 1972 


144.34 






Do.. 


do 


do _. 


. Nov. 4-8, 1972 


. 144. 34 



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283 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for employees, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
127a — Continued 

Congressional 
Employee Congressman district Date 

1972 

Nov 20 3773 James M. Pidgeon Martha W. Griffiths.... 17th, Mich_ Oct. 27-Nov. 8, 1972. $144.34 

JamesH Cousins .... Richard T. Hanna 34th, Calif Oct. 16-Nov. 9, 1972. 414.00 

Patricia J Weitzell Joseph E. Karth. 4th, Minn Oct. 25-Nov. 8, 1972. 172.00 

Raymond F. Barnes John J. McFall 15th, Calif Oct. 29-Nov. 5, 1972. 414.00 

Gladys Karr ... Spark M. Matsunaga... 1st, Hawaii* Aug. 16, 1972. 384.78 

Coleman J. Conroy Ralph H. Metcalfe 1st, III.. Oct. 31-Nov. 5, 1972. 150.60 

Ann Fletcher .. Morgan F. Murphy 3d, III.. Oct. 31-Nov. 5, 1972. 196.58 

OscarA.Amos .... Thomas M. Pelly 1st, Wash Oct. 27-Nov. 4, 1972. 574.40 

Tom Randolph Allen... J. J. Pickle 10th, Tex Oct. 12-Nov. 10, 393.36 

1972. 

Eugene Gleason .... Bertram L. Podell 13th, N.Y Oct. 25-29, 1972 52.75 

Thomas W.Lambeth.... Richardson Preyer 6th, NX Oct. 19-Nov.8, 1972 . 77.26 

MaryDaleiden Albert H. Quie... 1st, Minn Oct.20-Nov. 4, 1972.. 150.00 

J Nicholas Ashmore..-. John R. Rarick 6th La.* Aug. 26, 1972 100.00 

Harry M. Fox JohnP.Saylor 22d, Pa Oct. 6-8, 1972. _ 43.56 

Do do do Oct. 18-Nov.7, 1972.. 43.56 

Patrick]. Breheny Witliam i. Scherle 7th, Iowa Nov.5-12, 1972 178.12 

Nancy Ann Mankin John M.SIack... 3d, W. Va._ Nov. 3-8, 1972 54.00 

JamesC.Harper LouisStokes 21st, Ohio Nov. 1-4, 1972 66.00 

Beverly J. Shay William B.Widnall 7th, N.J. Oct. 18-Nov.8, 1972.. 74.10 

Virginia McDonough ....do ..do* Nov. 7, 1972 30.40 

Carl Reinhold do do do 30.40 

Sally Gaston do do... do 30.40 

21 3790 Russel L. Brown Nick Begich At Large, Alaska. July 20-Aug. 20, 601.50 

1972. 

22 3810 William M. Hermelin.... Tom Railsback 19th, III Oct. 27-Nov. 5, 1972.. 124.75 

27 3818 RonayArlt Edward I. Koch 17th, N.Y Nov. 15-17, 1972.... 50.00 

28 3877 Marcia McCormick John Melcher ...2d, Mont Oct. 20-Nov. 10, 1972 240 00 

3878 JanineVolsky do do Oct. 13-Nov. 21, 1972 240.00 

Dec 5 4073 Sharon G. Yard... Robert H. Michel 18th, III Oct. 13-Nov. 18, 1972 204.62 

Arlene Weidenkopf Vernon W. Thomson... 3d, Wis Apr. 1-Nov. 14, 1972 2o0.94 

JeanW Gilligan do do... Oct. 21-Nov. 16, 1972 260.94 

4076 C.Edward Forehand li.. Watkins M. Abbitt 4th, Va Feb. 8-9, 1972 49.68 

Do do .do Oct. 12, 1972... 49.68 

Julia R.Smith Bill Alexander 1st, Ark Nov. 8-15, 1972 135.60 

Robert Gants John B. Anderson 16th, III.* Nov. 8. 1972 68.00 

Michael J. Masterson.. do.__. do* Nov. 10, 1972 57.00 

RochellaSueGerger.... Bill Archer 7th, Tex.* Nov. 12, 1972 127.60 

Timothy A. Chorba Jonathan B. Bingham.. 23d, N.Y Oct. 20-Nov. 12, 1972- 70.00 

Charlotte M. Wilmer.... John B. Breaux 7th, La Oct. 13-25, 1972 324.48 

Dorothy Sharon Matte.. Jack Brooks 9th, Tex Oct. 6-Nov. 13, 1972. 343.20 

Hugh G. Hart, Jr .. Earle Cabell 5th, Tex.* Nov. 10, 1972. 111.00 

Jeffery R. Jones Charles E. Chamberlain. 6th, Mich Sept. 30-Nov. 14, 156.40 

1972. 

Trent Lott William M. Colmer 5th, Miss.* Nov. 16, 1972 82.80 

Robert C. Ruben James C. Corman 22d, Calif Nov. 8-13, 1972 348.72 

Rose Mary Meloney Dominick V. Daniels... 14th, N.J Oct. 27-31, 1972 64.00 

Alan A. Parker.. Don Edwards 9th, Calif Oct. 21-Nov. 8, 1972. 398.69 

Sarah Kirchen ..do -do Oct. 22-Nov. 11, 429.60 

1972. 

Vera Lou Durigon Frank E. Evans... 3d, Colo Sept. 30-Nov. 9, 263.20 

1972. 

Gail J. Beagle Henry B.Gonzalez 20th, Tex Oct. 25-Nov. 1C, 242.00 

1972. 

Shirley A. Puishis Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash.* Nov. 11, 1972 213.00 

Patrick Pellerin .. .do. do Oct. 29-Nov. 11, 508.80 

1972. 

James G. Hanchett Craig Hosmer.. 32d, Calif Oct. 15-Nov. 5, 1972. 414.00 

Kenneth M. Bsllis John E. Hunt 1st, N.J Oct. 19-23, 1972 40.40 

Do do .do Oct. 28-29, 1972 40.40 

Robert Clifton RobD.Jr . Albert W. Johnson 23d, Pa Nov. 9-10, 1972 87.36 

Nancy Dinse Earl F. Landgrebe 2d, Ind Oct. 23-Nov. 10, 121.60 

1972. 

Dennis Lavellee do do Oct. 21-Nov. 15, 176.74 

1972. 

Quenton K. Crandall.... Manuel Lujan, Jr 1st, N. Mex Apr. 8-May 12, 1972. 387.00 

Christian R.Holmes IV.. William S. Mailliard.... 6th, Calif.* Nov. 1, 1972 2j7.C0 

Josephine M. Horn- Dave Martin 3d, Nebr Oct. 12-Nov. 11, 347.09 

bacher. 1972. 

Leonard W. Saari Lloyd Meeds 2d, Wash.* Nov. 8, 1972. 353.45 

George Cantrell . Ralph H. Metcalfe 1st, III.*. Oct. 13, 1972. 73.00 

Mollie D. Cohen William S. Moorhead... 14th, Pa Nov. 7-8, 1972 77.(0 

William H. Oliver Charles A. Mosher 13th, Ohio Seot. 25-Oct. 18, 106.40 

1972. 



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88-914—73 19 



284 

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 

1972 

Dec. 5 4076 Kathleen A. O'Hara David R. Obey 7th, Wis Oct. 18-Nov. 8, 1972. $150.00 

Geralyn K. Watson ...do.... do.. Oct. 31-Nov. 8, 1972. 152.36 

Betty L. Orr Otis G. Pike 1st, N.Y. Sept. 30-Nov. 8, 91.24 

1972. 

Maybelle S. Woolbert do ..do.... Oct. 23-Nov. 8, 91.24 

1972. 

Kenneth W. Thompson.. Wm. J.Randall 4th, Mo.'. Oct. 28-Nov. 8, 1972. 172.00 

Thomas E.Coler.Jr J. Edward Roush 4th, Ind Oct. 2-Nov. 13, 1972. 154.22 

Ann Algott Sullivan Keith G. Sebelius 1st, Kans Oct. 30-Nov. 15, 354.24 

1972. 

Garnette Jones JoeSkubitz 5th, Kans.* Dec. 10, 1971 95.38 

Elizabeth McKay Smith. H. Allen Smith 20th, Calif.* Oct. 27, 1972 207.00 

Mary B. Leslie... Samuel S. Stratton 29th, N.Y Oct. 20-Nov. 8, 1972. 94. 52' 

Martha Scott do do Nov. 2-8, 1972 79.00 

Pamela Warfield Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz Oct. 16-Nov. 12, 238.00 

1972. 

John H. McLaren Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif Sept. 6-Nov. 18, 320. 00 

1972. 

Mark E. Talisman Charles A. Vanik_ 22d, Ohio Aug. 25-29, 1972 101.48 

William P. Steponkus... Ciarles W. Whalen, Jr_. 3d, Ohio Oct. 23-Nov. 8, 1972. 126. 26 

James Robine J. Irving Whalley 12th, Pa Oct. 6-9, 1972 41.38 

Do do do Oct. 13-15, 1972 41.38 

Do ..do do Oct. 27-29, 1972... . 41.38 

R.Burnett Thompson... G. William Whitehurst.. 2d, Va Aug. 25-28, 1972 55.32 

Do do do Nov. 7-8, 1972 55.32 

11 4238 Allan Schimmel Fred Schwengel 1st, Iowa* Dec. 6, 1972 61.00 

4246 H. Clifton Madison Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif Oct. 17-Nov. 8, 1972. 424.56 

Electra C. Wheatley John M. Ashbrook 17th, Ohio Nov. 2-6, 1972 68. 00 

Caroline Gable John A. Blatnik 8th, Minn Oct. 23-Nov. 26, 190.00 

1972. 

Patrick J. Donoghue.... Edward P. Boland 2d, Mass Aug. 9-15, 1972 107.30 

Janice Farnsworth J. Herbert Burke 10th, Fla Oct. 20 -Nov. 12, 301.68 

1972. 

Charleen Kayner do.... ...do* Nov. 10, 1972 75.00 

J. Gene Curella do do Sept. 2S-Nov. 18, 301.68 

1972. 

J. R. Schuck John W. Byrnes.. 8th, Wis Nov. 16-21, 1972 255.63 

Ronbert H.Atkinson.... Goodloe E. Byron 6th, Md Sept. 21, 1972.. 11.64 

Do .. do do Oct.2,1972.. 11.64 

Michael C. McPherson.. William (Bill) Clay 1st, Mo Oct. 4-10, 1972 212. 95 

Harry K. Nicholas Barber B. Conable, Jr.. 37th, N.Y.* Nov. 20, 1972. 33. 00 

Edwin J. Feulner, Jr.... Philip M. Crane 13th, III Nov. 1-18, 1972 170.70 

Charles D. Kenny. George E. Danielson.... 29th, Calif.* Nov. 18, 1972 165.48 

Raymond W. Sebens do do* Nov. 8, 1972 213. 00 

J. D. Dowdy John Dowdy 2d, Tex.* Nov. 1, 1372... 173.40 

Betty C. Gibson Ed Edmondson 2d, Okla Nov. 15-19, 1972.... 214.00 

Shirley Jo Hays. Jack Edwards 1st, Ala Oct. 18-Nov. 8, 1972. 252.60 

R. Dale Hulshizer Frank E. Evans 3d, Colo Sept. 18-Nov. 9, 223.40 

1972. 

Sara E. Frazer Hamilton Fish, Jr 28th, N.Y Oct. 28-Nov. 6, 1972. 89.70 

ArleneM. Hennessey... Cornelius E. Gallagher.. 13th, N.J Nov. 3-13, 1972 60.00 

Martin E. Tolomeo, Robert N. Giaimo 3d, Conn.* Oct. 16, 1972 36.00 

Jr. 

Paul A. Kline George A. Goodling 19th, Pa Oct. 9-13, 1972 22.68 

Do do do Nov. 3-9, 1972...... 22.68 

Jon C. Hinson Charles H. Griffin 4th, Miss Oct. 20-Nov. 13, 241.60 

1972. 

Louise Snadduck Orval Hansen. 2d, Idaho Sept. 8-Nov. 21 578.51 

1972. 

Patricia A. Hill William Harsha 6th, Ohio Nov. 24-27, 1972.... 112.58 

David A. Lovenheim— . Frank Horton. 36th, N.Y Sept. 12-15, 1972.... 95.88 

Ellen McCue John Jarman.. 5th, Okla Nov. 15-19, 1972.... 176.00 

Robert Cashdollar. Ed Jones 8th, Tenn Oct. 13-Nov. 10, 1972 213.00 

Edward J. Pienczak John C. Kluczynski 5th, III Nov. 10-14, 1972.... 168.44 

Beverly PearsDn.. do do Nov. 24-27, 1972.... 192.88 

Barbara A. Monis Norman F. Lent 5th, N.Y Oct. 25-28, 1972 74.72 

Eulalia O. Corbin Robert McClory. 12th, III Nov. 20-29, 1972.... 206.60 

Patrick Royiance Gunn McKay... 1st, Utah. Oct. 14-Nov. 27, 1972 567.32 

Kristina A. Clark do._ .do.... Oct. 15-Nov. 26, 1972 567.32 

Carl C. Coleman James D. (Mike) 1st, Colo Oct. 7-Nov. 19, 1972. 417.12 

McKevitt. 

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285 

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 

1972 

Dec 11 4246 Lois J. Ficker Stewart B. McKinney... 4th, Conn.* Nov. 17, 1972 $40.00 

Ann Garlington Todd.... James R. Mann 4th, S.C Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972 127.06 

Do do do.... Oct. 27-Nov. 21, 1972 127.06 

James H.Lake Robert B. (Bob) Mathias 18th, Calif Sept. 18-Dec. 1,1972. 721.20 

ZoeGratsias Abner J. Mikva 10th, Ml Nov. 1-12, 1972 159.00 

Oscar E. Goss Wilbur D. Mills 2d, Ark.* Oct. 6, 1972_. 127. 44 

Bruce Robert Lindsey... David Pryor 4tl, Ark Nov. 3-8, 1972 142.00 

Janice Sullivan.... Roman C. Pucinski 11th, III Nov. 3-9, 1972 196.58 

Robert A. McConnell.Jr. John J. Rhodes... 1st, Ariz........ Sept. 29-Nov. 12, 276.00 

1972. 

Lois J. Stewart .. J. Edward Roush. 4th, Ind. Oct. 9-Nov. 9, 1972.. 84. 00 

Georgia Lee Brown John F. Seiberling 14th, Ohio Nov. 22-Dec. 2, 1972. 92.66 

Bradley W. Evans GeneSynder 4th, Ky Oct. 13-Nov. 10, 155.06 

1972. 

William E. Tanner do do Oct. 2-16, 1972 155.06 

MaryHawes .... Tom Steed... 4th, Okla Oct. 28-Nov. 12, 339.68 

1972. 

Truman Richardson. do ..do Oct. 28-Nov. 18, 330. 48 

1972. 

James H. Dykstra William A. Steiger 6th, Wis July 13-20, 1972 144. 88 

William T. Deitz Frank Thompson, Jr... 4th, N.J. Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 1972. 46.60 

Jean Holmes Mongan... Larry Winn, Jr 3d, Kans Sept. 1-Nov. 13, 280.08 

1972. 

Ivo J. Spalatin Clement J. Zablocki 4th, Wis Aug. 13-Nov. 1, 222.94 

1972. 

Charlotte N. Norris do do Nov. 4-8, 1972 113.00 

Arthur A. Graf, Jr John M. Zwach _ 6th, Minn Aug. 17-Sept. 2, 146.00 

1972. 

John F. Tischler do do Oct. 12-Nov. 11, 308.86 

1972. 

13 4351 Arthur A.Graf, Jr do do Sept. 18-Nov. 13, 308.86 

1972. 

4352 Waite Thompson John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif Nov. 24-Dec. 3, 1972. 307. 16 

14 4356 Floyd J. Lupton... Walter B.Jones. 1st, N.C Nov. 22-28, 1972 70.20 

4357 Do .. do ....do Oct. 12-Nov. 11, 70.20 

1972. 

15 4375 Thomas E. Hooker Bill Chappell, Jr.. 4th, Fla.* Nov. 24, 1972 111.90 

19 4394 Joseph E. Doyle James A. Bvrne 3d, Pa Nov. 30, 1972 22.00 

Muriel D.DeSchaine.... George E. Danieison 29th, Calif Nov. 22-Dec. 3, 1972. 426.72 

EdJacobson .. John Dellenback 4th, Oreg Nov. 10-Dec. 3, 1972. 318.00 

PatGaskins ...do.. do Nov. 10-Dec. 2, 1972. 414.00 

Donald Lee Johnson.... John Dowdy 2d, Tex.* Oct. 31, 1972 173.40 

Margaret J. Sugg Nick Galifianakis 4th, N.C Aug. 30-Sept. 22, 70.54 

1972. 

Barbara M. Fletcher ...do do Nov. 1-2, 1972. 70. 54 

Jane E. Havlicek Barry M. Goldwater, Jr. 27th, Calif Oct. 16-Nov. 27, 414.00 

1972. 

Cletus R. Uhlenhopp.... H. R. Gross 3d, Iowa Sept. 16-Nov. 19, 268. 18 

1972. 

Charles O. Whitley David N. Henderson... 3d, N.C July 21-24, 1972 85.80 

Weldon H. Steiner. William L. Hungate 9th, Mo Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 230. 16 

1972. 

Michael Koff Hastings Keith 12th, Mass Nov. 28-Dec. 2, 134.20 

1972. 

Thomas E. Hunt Mike McCormack 4th, Wash July 19-Dec. 7, 1972. 680. 24 

Eliza V.Spann.. Joseph M. McDade 10th, Pa Oct. 25-Nov. 9, 1972. 62.66 

Eugenie Ermoyan Abner J. Mikva 2d, III Nov. 22-Dec. 5, 136.00 

1972. 

Willard L. Phillips, Jr... Wilmer D. (Vinegar 5th, N.C._. Nov.7-8,1972 56.00 

Bend) Mizell. 

Boyd T. Bashore.. John M. Murphy 16th, N.Y Oct. 26-27, 1972 72. 00 

Thomas L. Foster. Bill Nichols... 4th, Ala. Oct. 27-Nov. 14, 198.10 

1972. 

Robert A. Proffitt.. J. J. Pickle 10th, Tex._ Oct. 31-Dec. 4, 1972. 393.36 

E. J.Thigpen John R. Rarick.. 6th, La Sept. 18-Oct. 10, 186.00 

1972. 

Angela De Rosa Robert A. Roe 8th, N.J July 17-21, 1S72 61. 56 

Do do do Sept. 11-15, 1972.... 61.56 

John D. Taylor.. David E. Satterfield III. 3d,Va Oct. 19-20, 1972 28.56 

Do ....do -_- do Nov. 13-14,1972 28.56 

Richard A. Brown James H. Scheuer 22d, N.Y_ _ Nov. 27-30, 1972.... 73.98 

Donald W. Mansfield-.. John F. Seiberling 14th, Ohio Nov. 7-11, 1972 92.66 

James C. Harper Louis Stokes. 21st, Ohio* Nov. 14, 1972.. 33.00 

Kenneth C. O. Hagerty.. Victor V. Veysey 38th, Calif Oct. 20-Nov. 12, 370.17 

1972. 

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286 

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 

1972 

Dec. 19 4394 Patrick Rowland Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif.* Oc* 18 1972 $207 00 

4396 Gary Michael Victor V. Veysey 38th, Calif Sept. 4-Nov."l6" 370'36 

Abernathy. 1972 

20 4486 Maritha D. Hughes Burt L. Talcott 12th, Calif Oct. 20-Nov 4 1°7? 759 00 

21 4493 Rosalind C. Harmon James C. Corman _ 22d, Calif.* Nov 11 1972' 149 00 

4494 Harry McAdams John Young 14th, Tex Dec. 17-20, 1972."."."." 292^00 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations. , 76,478.67 

STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS 

Stenographic reporting: 

Reporter Committee Date 

1972 

Aug. 4 964 Columbia Reporting Co., Armed Services June 15, 1971 $132.60 

Inc. 

Wov. 17 3737 Capitol Reporting Service, do... June I, 1970 135.00 

Inc. 
Refunds and adjustments _ 594.75 



Total paid from 1971 appropriations 862.35 



July 6 127 Ward & Paul Banking and Currency June 21-23, 1972.... 205.00 

128 Do do.... Junel3,1972 40.50 

129 Do .- do... June 19-23, 1972 1,790.10 

130 Do do June 12-13, 1972 1,643.35 

131 Do District of Columbia June 7-12, 1972 353.25 

132 Do Government Operations June 7, 1972. 112.00 

133 Do.. Interior and Insular Affairs June 5-7, 1972 146.40 

134 Do do.. June 6-8, 1972.. 310.30 

135 Do ..do -_ June 13-14, 1972 424.80 

136 Do do June20,1972.. 272.60 

137 Do do... Junel2,1972 319.20 

138 Do do June 15, 1972. 139.20 

139 Do do June 19, 1972.... 180.00 

7 181 Alderson Reporting Co., Foreign Affairs June 2, 1972... 261.00 

Inc. 

182 Do do June5,1972... 67.20 

183 Do do June 1,1972 165.00 

186 Dempsey, Miller & Cohen. Post Office and Civil Service. do 148.20 

187 Do . ..do June 6-14, 1972 _ 584.25 

188 Ward, Smith, P"aul & Interstate and Foreign May 17-23, 1972 946.20 

Alderson. Commerce. 

190 Do do May 12-23,1972 521.55 

191 Do . .do Apr. 25-27,1972 1,065.90 

19 298 Ward & Paul Interior and Insular Affairs June8,1972 223.20 

307 Do Government Operations June 27, 1972 364.50 

308 Do .do June 13-15, 1972 367.20 

309 Do . do June20,1972 229.50 

310 Do do June22,1972 253.80 

312 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign May 18-23, 1972.. 310.65 

Alderson. Commerce. 

313 Do do May 2-18, 1972 2,710.35 

343 Dempsey, Miller & Cohen. Post Office and Civil Service June 13-20, 1972 729.60 

344 Do do.... June 8-14, 1972 304.95 

349 Alderson Reporting Co., Foreign Affairs Junel3,1972. 57.75 

350 Do Ways and Means June 13-14, 1972. 352.00 

351 Do do June 15, 1972... 165.00 

352 Do"""."."";;"!.".".". ."-.-do June 12, 1972 71.50 

353 Do do June 7-18, 1972 530.75 

354 Do""" do JuneS, 1972_. 466.20 

355 Do""" do June6,1972 552.90 

357 Do . .. Education and Labor May 11, 1972 ..-- 173.85 

358 Do""" ..do May 10, 1972 262.20 

26 463 Do".:". do..... June 1,1972.. 201. CO 

464 Do -...do. May 16, 1972 201.00 

466 Columbia Reporting Co.... Armed Services June 2 8, 1971 ???-?9 

467 Ward & Paul Agriculture June 20, 1972 i5?-?X 

468 Do Banking and Currency June 26-27, 1972 381.30 

469 Do""; do June 26, 1972 159.90 

470 Do... Government Operations... June 14, 1972 176.00 

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287 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FRCM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS Amount 



Stenographic reporting — Continued 

Reporter Committee Date 

1972 

Aug. 4 932 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor May25,1972__ $228.00 

I nc. **• 

933 Do . Foreign Affairs June 27, 1972 96.90 

934 Do do. June 19-21, 1972.. 192.50 

935 Do Education and Labor June22,1972 156.75 

936 Do Judiciary May 18-24, 1972 321.30 

937 Do do. June 27-29, 1972 721.65 

938 Do ... Post Office and Civil Service June27,1972 418.95 

939 Do Ways and Means June 19, 1972 159.50 

940 Dc -do June 26-27, 1972 242.00 

952 Columbia Reporting Co., Aimed Services Apr. 13,1972.. 41.25 

Lot 

953 Do . -do June20,1972 138.00 

954 Do do _ - May 15,1972 161.85 

955 Do do May 11, 1972 22.35 

956 Do ....do -. May 18, 1972 107.25 

957 Do do. June22,1972 24.75 

958 Do do do 126.00 

959 Do ...do May 10, 1972 8.25 

960 Do .do Apr. 18, 1972 164.25 

9S1 Do .do Apr.26,1972 123.75 

962 Do do May 10,1972 121.50 

963 Do do May23,1972 133.35 

965 Do ..do June 6, 1972. 222.30 

966 Do do May 31, 1972 119.25 

967 Do -do June 27, 1972 31.80 

968 Do do Apr. 18,1972-.. 101.25 

969 Do do.... May 19-24, 1972. 1,039.65 

970 Do do May 10, 1972 54.75 

971 Do do.. Junel5,1972 55.50 

972 Do . .do Apr. 21, 1972 118.50 

973 Do do May 18-June 1,1972 1,072.65 

974 Do do . --- May 10,1972 11.00 

975 Do . do,. do 99.00 

976 Do ...do July 8, 1971 83.25 

981 Dempsey, Miller & Cohen. Post Office and Civil Service June 22-28, 1972 986.10 

982 Hoover Reporting Co., Inc. Appropriations Apr. 20, 1972 107.25 

17 1208 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor May 24, 1972 252.00 

Inc. 

1209 Do ....do.... June 28, 1972.... 190.95 

1210 Do -.-.do June 27, 1972.... 126.00 

1212 Do . Foreign Affairs .June 19, 1972 86.40 

Sept. 20 2013 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign Com- June 14, 1972 105.45 

Alderson. merce. 

2014 Do do June 19-23, 1972. 481.65 

2015 Do -do _-. June 14-15, 1972 675.15 

2016 Do do June 7-15, 1972 2,057.70 

2021 Alderson Reporting Co., WaysandMeans Feb. 28, 1972 156.75 

Inc. 

2027 Hoover Reporting Co., Inc. Merchant Marine and Fisheries.. June 8, 1972 204.35 

Do .do May4,1972. 154.00 

Do . do May25,1972 251.10 

Do do Apr. 11,1972 70.20 

Do " do May 18, 1972 192.50 

Do do... - Junel,1972 60.50 

Do do May23,1972 51.40 

Do " do Apr. 10-11,1972.. 1,023.30 

Do . .. .do June6,1972 221.40 

Do do May 12-16, 1372... 542.70 

Do ..do. . June 14-19, 1972 426.60 

Do do Apr. 27, 1972 167.75 

Do do Apr. 12-26, 1972... 467.50 

Do do June23,1972 202.50 

Do do._ June 12-13, 1972.. 248.40 

Do Public Works Apr.25, 1S72.. 8.70 

Do -do. May2,1972- 434.40 

Do do Apr. 12, 1972 247.20 

Do do June 14, 1972 46.75 

Do do .do 27.50 

Do .do Junel3,1972 13.75 

Do do . .- -- .dr. .. 188.60 

Do -do May 24, 1972 55.30 

Do do June 15, 1972 348.00 

Do ....do Mar. 7-Apr. 19, 1972 4,113.60 

Nov. 17 3734 Do.. ...do June 27, 1972 423.90 

3735 Do _ do - June29,1972 338.40 

Refunds and adjustments 938.25 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations. 43,053.90 



288 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 




STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS 




Amount 










Stenographic reporting— 


-Continued 








Reporter 


Committee 


Date 




1972 










July 26 465 


Columbia Reporting Co., 


Armed Services 


.. July 7, 1971 


$177. 00 


Aug. 10 1079 


Inc. 
Ward &Paul 


.. Agriculture 


. July 18, 1972 


79.05 


17 1211 


Alderson Reporting Co., 


Education and Labor 


do 


130. 65 


1214 


Inc. 
Dempsey, Miller & Asso- 
ciates. 


Post Office and Civil Service... 


.. July 18-25, 1972 


823. 65 


1217 


Ward & Paul 


.. Agriculture 


.. July 24-25, 1972 


443. 70 


1218 


Do 




.. July 20, 1972 


241. 90 


1219 


Do 


do 


do. _ 


364. 50 


1220 


Do 


do 


.. July 24-27, 1972... 


1,627.70 


1221 


Do 


._ Interior and Insular Affairs 


.. July 20, 19/2.... 


321.60 


1222 


Do 


do.... 


.. July 17-21, 1972 


687. 30 


1223 


Do 


do 


.. July 27, 1972 


170. 40 


Sept. 1 1554 


Do 


.. Banking and Currency 


. July 31 Aug. 10, 1972 


2, 947. 90 


1555 


Do.... 


.. District of Columbia 


. Aug. 2-11, 1972 


769. 50 


1557 


Do 


.. Government Operations. 


.. Aug. 2, 1972. 


321. 30 


1558 


Do 


.. Interior and Insular Affairs 


. Aug. 11, 1972. 


159. 50 


1559 


Do 


do 


.. Aug. 7-8, 1972 


326. 40 


1560 


Do 


..do 


. Aug. 1, 1972.... 


43.50 


1561 


Do 


do 


. Aug. 3-11, 1972. 


269. 70 


1562 


Do 


do 


. July 31-Aug. 1,1972 


313. 20 


1563 


Do 


do 


. Aug. 10, 1972 


153.60 


1564 


Do 


do 


. Aug. 2-9, 1972... 


266.40 


6 1648 


Do. 


.. Government Operations 


. Aug. 8, 1972 


128.00 


20 2017 


Ward, Smith, PaulS 
Alderson. 


Interstate and Foreign Com- 
merce. 


Aug. 4, 1972 


99.75 


2018 


Do 


do 


. July 26, 1972 


131. 10 


2025 


Alderson Reporting Co., 
Inc. 
Do 


Education and Labor 


.. July 19, 1972 


159.60 




do 


. July 18-20, 1972 


780. 00 




Do 


do 


,. July 31-Aug. 2, 1972 


1,709.40 




Do 


do 


. July 25-28, 1972.. 


1, 490. 40 




Do.. 


.-. Foreign Affairs.. 


. Aug.3,1972. 


170. 50 




Do. 


do 


. Aug. 2, 1972. 


259. 20 




Do 


.do 


. July 25, 1972 


199. 80 




Do 


do 


. July 19, 1972 


187.00 




Do 


do.... 


.. July 18, 1972 


145. 80 




Do 


do.. 


. July 20, 1972 


155.55 




Do 


do 


. July 24-25, 1972.. 


317.25 




Do 


do 


. July 20, 1972 


250. 80 




Do 


do 


. July 26, 1972. 


250.80 




Do 


.. Judiciary.. 


. Aug. 10, 1972... 


175.95 




Do 


do.. 


. Aug.9,1972 


130. 05 




Do_ 


..do.... 


. July 27-Aug. 9. 1972 


772.65 




Do 


do 


. Aug.9,1972... 


211.65 




Do 


.. Ways and Means 


_ July 25-27, 1972 


511. 50 




Do 


.......do. 


.. Aug. 8-9, 1972. 


319. 00 




Do 


do 


. Aug. 10, 1972. 


211.75 




Do 


do 


. July 31, 1972 


378. 00 




Do 


do 


. Aug. 1,1972 


110.00 


2058 


Ward &Paul 


.. Agriculture 


. Aug. 15-17, 1972 


563. 55 


2059 


Do 


.. Banking and Currency 


. Aug. 17, 1972 


4.10 


2060 


Do 


dof. 


.. Aug. 14-18, 1972 


1,583.55 


2061 


Do 


.. District of Columbia... 


. Aug. 17, 1972 


121.50 


2062 


Do 


.. Government Operations 


. Aug. 15, 1972... 


340. 20 


Oct. 5 2611 


Do. 


._ Agriculture. 


.. Sept. 14-19, 1972.... 


1,556.10 


2612 


Do... 


.. Banking and Currency 


. Sept. 5-14, 1972 


2,725.65 


2613 


Do 


do 


. Sept. 19, 1972 


340. 30 


2614 


Do 


do 


. Sept. 8, 1972 


643. 95 


2615 


Do 

Do 


.. District of Columbia... 

.. Interior and Insular Affairs 


. Aug. 14-16,1972... 


258. 75 


2616 


. Aug. 16-18, 1972 


290. 40 


2617 


Do 


do..._ 


. Aug. 14-15, 1972 


364. 80 


12 2726 


Alderson Reporting Co., 


Foreign Affairs 


. Aug. 14, 1972.. 


72.00 


2729 


Do 


.. Education and Labor 


. Aug.9,1972. 


246.00 


2733 


Do 


do 


. Aug. 10, 1972. 


156. 75 


2734 


Do 


do 


. Aug. 8, 1972. 


165. 60 


2735 


Do 


... Foreign Affairs 


. Sept. 6,1972 


224. 40 


2736 


Do 


do 


_ Aug.9,1972 


159. 30 


2737 


Do 


.. Judiciary 


. Sept. 7,1972 


112.20 


2738 


Do 


.. Ways and Means 


. Aug. 14-16, 1972 


1,137.15 


2739 


Do 


do 


. Sept. 5-7, 1972. 


755. 25 


2740 


Do 


do 


. Aug. 17-18, 1972 


695. 40 


2742 


Dempsey & Miller. 


.. Post Office and Civil Service 


. July 27-Aug. 10, 1972 


1, 057. 35 


2743 


Ward, Smith, Paul& 
Alderson. 


Interstate and Foreign Com- 
merce. 


Sept., 15-18, 1972.... 


125. 40 


2745 






. Aug. 14-Sept. 8-1 1, 1972 


558.60 



289 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS 



Amount 



1972 



Stenographic reporting — Continued 

Reporter Committee Date 



'Oct.24 3012 Ward & Paul.... Agriculture Sept. 12, 1972... $9945 

»"J2 R° Intenorand Insular Affairs Sept.6,1972. 34«'oO 

30 £ D°- - -- 7 -do Sept. 14, 1972...;:; 199 20 

P° - D'stnct of Columbia... Sept.11,1972 """ 58 50 

,, |?JS Do Intenorand Insular Affairs Sept. 8-12, 1972 .. " 552.'oO 

i},i n Banking and Currency Sept.28,1972 65 60 

IJJj Do do Sept. 20-21, 1972 ■ 222' 75 

i\i7 Do... Intenorand Insular Affairs _ Sept.27-Oct. 4, 1972 "" 256' 80 

l\\l R° - — - d .° — - — - Sept. 23, 1972.. ...I 314:40 

IfS no""" d ° Sept. 21-22, 1972.... no. 40 

?}}i R°~ d ° - Sept. 25-28, 1972 547.20 

Nov G 3404 nn " ~a°" - Sept. 25-29, 1972 26.10 

n w R2"™ " 3°- Aug. 17, 1972.. 115.20 

Li 3550 Do __ do Oct 11 1972 rk an 

16 3721 Dempsey, Miller SAssoci- Post Office and CivMSeMce'rr" Sept. 13-19, WZV.'.'.'.'.'.~ 498.75 

VM n°" do - Sept. 19-28, 1972 872.10 

iiLi uo do . _ Sept 26-Oct 4 1972 7?Q fin 

1/ 3733 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor.""™"" Sent 12, 1972.!.... ~~"I 36:85 

R° - - d0 Sept. 13, 1972... 348.00 

R° do Aug. 17, 1972 102.60 

Do do Sept.6,1972 87.00 

R° - do— Aug. 18, 1972 79.80 

R° do- - - Aug. 14-17, 1972 276.45 

5°"- do — -— Sept. 19, 1972 11.40 

R° d° Sept. 18, 1972 261.00 

R° " ^0 Sept. 19, 1972 228.00 

R°— e— d0 --.-_--. Sept. 13, 1972 285.00 

D°- - Foreign Affairs Aug. 10, 1972 71 50 

R° ; -y d .°— sept. 26, 1972...;.;;;;;;;." uzeo 

D° Judiciary... Sept. 21, 1972. 242 25 

R°- d ° sept. 28, 1972.....;;;::;;; 377:40 

R° -do-— Oct. 5, 1972 219.30 

R°--- d °-- Sept. 27-Oct. 5, 1972 882.30 

R° 0J-- d0 --.-i.— - — - Se Pt- 13 . 1972 - 66.00 

Do ---- Ways and Means. Sept. 18-19, 1972 970.20 

3736 Hoover Reporting Co:," IncrpubiicWkY.".""." tofflfw'® 12 m 60 

R°— - - - do... July 19; 1972.:;:..;;;;;:;; 127:60 

R° — - do. July 20, 1972 232.00 

R°- - -—do... July 26, 1972 55. 10 

R°-" do.... j u | y 27, 1972... 101.50 

R° " do... Aug. 2, 1972. 168. 20 

Uo - - do. Aug. 15-17, 1972 549.60 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations... _ 46 131.40 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
. J 9 ' 2 Official telephone service— 

July J IS Apr. 30 and May 31, 1972 ™ qi 

28 595 June 1972.. ?2 °-" 

614 Majority Room : J - /u 

Aug. 1 874 Xero ^ c s ^ lla . ne o us P rintin g serv 'ces, Apr. 12 and June 29, 1972 2.00 

Meter usage, April-June 1972 jj 9 32 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 15L93 

Sept. 12 1740 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co ■ ' 

•5c ii™ tl Official telephone service, July 31, 1972 q n 

26 2129 Thomas S. Foley, M.C.: *' a 

1 d N y MPv d 'l2 1 J n ?fi rr , e 7 d ?2, t o avel ' round trip ' from Washington, D.C., to Albuquerque, 

2130 Keith G. Sebelius, M.C.: " 35 - 00 

1 ff y A,1 er diem and M miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Denver, Colo 
Xerox £° or A p lt ? uquert ' ue ' N - Mex - Norton . Kans.; and Washington, D.C., Sept. 16-17; 1972.. 120. 60 

i. Equipment rental— 

- , 27 2224 Sept. 13, 1972 . „ 

Oct 26 3146 Oct. 10, 1972 ^^^^^^^^[[^y: gj'g 



290 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE— Continued 
1972 
Nov. 7 3423 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, September 1972 $15.60 

28 3833 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Oct. 11, 1972 295.00 

3834 Hoard's Dairyman: 

3-year renewal subscription . 5.00 

3836 Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, Sept. 25 and Oct. 11, 1972 88. 50 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage- 
Dec. 4 4055 July-October 1972.... 67.44 

4056 October 1972 58.20 

Salaries for 6 months 36,903.60 

Refunds and adjustments (23.33) 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations. 37,637.65 

COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES 
July 6 66 IBM Corp: 

Rental of MC Selectric typewriter, June 1972 175.00 

67 A. B.Dick Co.: 

Rental of Electrostatic copier, June 1972 53.35 

68 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, May 1972 72.84 

26 505 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, June 30, 1972. 52.80 

27 551 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, June 1972 106.83 

28 596 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. : 

Official telephone service, June 1972 34.00 

Columbia Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting— 

Aug. 4 942 June 1,1972 224.70 

945 Apr. 18-19,1972 355.50 

946 May 10, 1972 351.60 

947 May 24, 1972.. 209.25 

948 June 12, 1972 135.00 

949 Do 190.50 

950 May9-18,1972 1,038.30 

951 May24-June26, 1972... 1,030.05 

10 1042 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 9-26, 1972 19.05 

Dec. 13 4337 Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment placement, Mar. 17, 1972 18.00 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 4,066.77 

A. B. Dick Co.: 
Aug. 1 829 Machine supplies, July 14, 1972 23.00 

11 1082 Equipment rental, July 1972 53.35 

Xerox Corp.: 
Meter usage: 

15 1158 May 31-July 3, 1972 86.96 

28 1322 June 30-Aug. 1,1972.. 75.93 

1323 July 3-31, 1972... „ 58.20 

29 1363 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, July 1972 17.85 

Sept. 12 1739 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 14-20, 1972_ 2.80 

14 1865 A.B.Dick: 

Equipment rental, August 1972 53.35 

IBM Corp.: 

Equipment rental— 

1866 July 1972... 175.00 

1867 August 1972 _ 175.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage— 

27 2225 August 1972... 120.77 

2226 Aug. 1-Sept. 5, 1972 97.14 

Oct. 3 2528 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items 111.98 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

16 2801 August 1972 74.70 

2802 Au ;. 21-28,1972 5.30 

17 2891 A. B.Dick Co.: 

Equipment rental, September 1972 _ 53.35 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

Nov. 7 3424 Sept. 1-29, 1972 65.02 

3425 Sept. 1-14, 1972 13.65 

3426 July 6-28, 1372. 35.65 



291 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



1972 
Nov. 7 



3492 
3493 
28 3832 

3835 

3837 



3865 

3866 

Dec. 26 4555 

27 4603 



July 6 70 



120 

121 

7 175 



12 216 



217 







252 






264 




20 


418 




26 


501 




27 


552 




28 


612 


Aug. 


3 


623 
624 
910 



911 



912 



16 1177 



29 1337 
Sept. 12 1769 



COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES— Continued 
Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage— 

Aug. 31-Sept. 30, 1972 J58 20 

Sept. 5-Oct. 4, 1972 5a' ?0 

A. B.Dick Co.: " 

Equipment rental, October 1972.. ... 53 35 

IBM Corp.: 

Equipment rental, October 1972 175.00 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, Oct. 3, 1972 12 59 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage— 

Oct. 4-Nov. 1,1972 5g 20 

Sept. 30-Oct. 31, 1972 " 59' 20 

A.B.Dick: " " 

Equipment rental, November 1972 53 35 

IBM Corp.: " 

Equipment rental, November 1972 175.00 

Salaries for 6 months III"""" 74, 522.01 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations. 76, 523. 10 

COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY 
Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, June 29, 1972 . 8170 

Ward & Paul: 

Stenographic reporting— 

June 22, 1972 384. 75 

June 6-7, 1972 1,101.60 

District Delivery Service: 

For Sunday delivery of New York Times during July-September 1972. 27. 00 

Editor & Publisher: 

For publication 17 00 

Senet D. Gellman: 

5 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to New York, N.Y., and Boston Mass., June 19-23, 1972 198.00 

Joseph C. Lewis: 

2 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to New York. 

N.Y., June 19-20, 1972 .. 70. 00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, statement dated May 31, 1972... 297.16 

Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 29, 1972 243.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, Full Committee, May 1972... 880.26 

Library of Congress: 

For ATS-360 terminal usage, June 1972 . . 332.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usaje, Housing subcommittee, May 1972 220. 07 

Penn Central I ransportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, May 24, 1972 43.40 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage — 

Housing subcommittee, June 1972 190.70 

Fuil committee, June 1972... 900.68 

Luce Press Clippings, Inc.: 

For services during June 1972 140.25 

Office Siioply Service: 

Office supplies, June 1972 225.42 

District Delivery Service: 

Newspaper deliveries, June 30, 1972. __ 11.00 

Business Week Letter: 

1-year renewal subscription, October 1972-73 36. 00 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, May-June 1972. ._ 88.67 

Urban Land Institute: 

1-year subscribing membership. _ 75.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1972 . 306.39 

Wall Street Journal: 

1-year subscription, September 1972-73 35. 00 

Chesapeake & Potomac telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1972 160. 18 

Ancorp National Services: 

Newspaper deliveries, April-June 1972 159.00 

American Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 14, 1972.... 68.00 

Western Union: 

Official telegram service, June 1972 59.35 



292 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY— Continued 
1972 
Sept. 20 2046 Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 13,1972 . $57.00 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 6,408.58 



Aug. 16 1178 Public Interest: 

1-year subscription, September 1972-73 7. 50 

Economist: 

1-year subscription, November 1972-73 51. 45 

Business Week Letter: 

1-year subscription, October 1972-73 36.00 

21 1262 Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Aug. 11, 1972 93. 58 

28 1288 Gerald R. McMurray: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Aug. 17, 1972 53. 54 

Sept. 5 1629 Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

3-month subscription to N.Y. Times, July-September 1972 45.00 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, July 1972... 76.30 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage— 

6 1658 June 30-July 31, 1972 160.68 

7 1701 July 1972 720.64 

12 1770 Western Union Telegraph Co.: 

Official telegram service, July 31, 1972 12.65 

13 1789 Washington Banktrends, Inc.: 

Subscription renewal beginning Aug. 26, 1972 44.50 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Statement dated July 31, 1972 174.48 

Sidney Kramer Books: 

Publication 9.45 

1790 American Banker: 

Renew subscription to Oct. 30, 1973. 125.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 1972. 157.95 

1792 Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Sept. 12, 1972. 99.66 

Curtis A. Prins: 

1793 5 days per diem incurred on travel, 2 round trips, from Washington, D.C., to Miami and 

Sarasota, Fla., Aug. 23-25; and Houston, Tex., Aug. 30-31, 1972 253.25 

1794 3 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Fairfax Station, Va., to Newark, 

N.J., Sept. 7-9, 1972 125.24 

14 1817 Casey Ireland: 

8 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Chicago, III.; 
Albuquerque, N. Mex.; San Francisco and San Jose, Calif., Aug. 26-Sept. 2, 1972... 306.00 

1818 Gerald R. McMurray: 

5 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Albuquerque 
and Santa Fe, N. Mex.; San Francisco and San Jose, Calif., Aug. 29-Sept. 2, 1972.. 181.75 

1868 Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

For newspaper delivery, quarter ending September 1972. 159.00 

19 1999 Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, August 1972 103. 80 

22 2080 Casey Ireland: 

2 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Newark and 

West Orange, N.J. , Sept. 7-9, 1972 86.50 

2081 Benjamin B. McKeever: 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Newark, N.J. , 

Sept. 7-9, 1972 111.50 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr., M.C.: 

10 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to — 

2082 Atlanta and Athens, Ga.; Albuquerque and Santa Fe, N. Mex.; San Francisco and 

San Jose, Calif., Aug. 29-Sept. 5, 1972.. 316.28 

2083 Newark, N.J., Sept. 7-9, 1972 105.00 

2084 Bob Thomas: 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Newark, N.J. f 
Sept 7-9, 1972.. _ 111.50 

2085 William B. Widnall, M.C.: 

2 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Newark, N.J. , 

Sept. 8-9, 1972 70.00 

2110 Xerox Corp.: 

Supplies, Sept. 11,1972 87.54 

2131 Joseph G. Minish, M.C.: 

2 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Newark, N.J., 

Sept. 8-9, 1972. 70.00 

2143 John H. Rousselot, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Los 

Angeles and San Jose, Calif., Sept. 1-5, 1972 227.00 

27 2227 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, August 1972 706. 58 

2251 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous supplies, Aug. 9, 1972 25.29 

District Delivery Service: 

Newspaper deliveries, October-December 1972 17.60 



293 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date N». 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY-Continued 

Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 
1972 Official travel for Members and staff — 

Oct. 3 2515 August 1972.,.. ^ Rn nn . 

2516 Sept. 1,1972 JM. 

2547 Xerox Corp.: 236 - 00 

. „„ Equipment placement charge, Aug. 9, 1972 e? nn 

4 2558 West Publishing Co.: 8 ' : - uu 

Publications . cn nn- 

Office Supply Service: " w ' m 

Miscellaneous stationery items... ?oo m 

Majority Room: ' *ao.o* 

Miscellaneous printing services 14 nn. 

Standard & Poor's Corp.: i4 - ul ' 

Publication ? cn 

Luce Press Clippings: " 

Services during July 1972 n4 7 c 

Washington Post: ld4, /b 

Subscription renewal to Aug. 12, 1973. ci nn, 

2559 Luce Press Clippings, Inc.: " " al-W 

Services during August 1972 n? 7* 

District Delivery Service: ~ iac.19 

Sunday delivery INew York Times for 4th quarter 1972 &n c.n 

Majority Room: ™] w ' w 

Miscellaneous printing services, Aug. 31, 1972. 141 on 

Xerox Corp.: " fcW 

Meter usage— 

2601 August 1972.. fifi „ 

2602 Sept. 15, 1972 ' ,52- 2? 

16 2803 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co".": 

Official telephone service, August 1972 «« on 

Official travel for Members and staff: 

2834 Delta Air Lines, Inc., Aug. 29-Sept. 5, 1972 407 00- 

Eastern Airlines, Inc.- W 

2844 Sept. 14,1972 ?ii nn, 

2845 Sept. 7-9, 1972... " 2Q«" 00 

t-, SSI ,, T f ans World Airlines, Inc., Aug. 26-Sept. 2, 1972 '_ 1239 00 

17 2892 Urban Land Institute: i,«».uu 

■„ „ 1 copy of Density fi m 

20 2968 Washington Post: 6 -°* 

Subscription renewals in? nn 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: ii^.uu 

Official telephone service am n>; 

Brookings Institution: tiu.ua 

Publication... o 10 

2977 Gerald R. McMurray: " ' 3- " 

o. ^„. , .. Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Oct. 13, 1972 7? m 

24 3021 House& Home: "* JU 

Subscription renewal for 1 year ic nn 

Sidney Kramer Books: 

Publication . 7 cn 

3026 GeorgeGross: """ / ' 3U ' 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 

« „„o u , J Washington, D.C., to Los Angeles, Calif., Oct 14-17, 1972 157.85 

to oiuo ward & Paul: 

„ M D Stenographic reporting, Oct. 3, 1972 263.2S 

3124 Paul Nelson: "■*" 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Oct. 18, 1972 . 91 q? 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage — 

3147 Sept. 30, 1972 040 co 

„, 3148 Oct. 18,1972 ...I Sf-fs 

31 3179 Curtis A. Prins: 1S/,bl * 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 

,,»* ~ - Washington, D.C., to Houston and Austin, Tex., Oct. 18-20, 1972 162 96 

3180 Davis Couch: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 

Nov 1 3333 Curtis Wa p hmg . ton ' DC -' toNewYork - N - Y -' an d New Haven, Conn., Oct. 17-19, 1972 169.50 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 

->,,. « , .Washington, D.C., to Houston and Bryan, Tex., Oct. 24-26, 1972.. 137 34 

3334 Paul Nelson: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 

6 3401 W rd ^p S i" Et0n * D - C - to Texarkana, Tex.. Oct. 30-31, 1972.... 100.00 

7 ?«, r Stenographic reporting, Oct. 12. 1972 287.55 

7 3454 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

,, »«,«. , O fficia l travel for Members and staff, Oct. 11, 1972 52 00 

13 3593 John E. Barriere: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D C, to Utica 

N.Y., Nov. 3-4, 1972 jin qe 

3621 Xerox Corp.: ' 10 - 3t > 

Machine supplies, October 1972 107.91 



294 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



1972 
Nov. 15 3689 



3690 
16 3698 

3699 





3700 




3701 


17 


3739 


28 


3867 


Dec. 4 


4034 




4035 



4057 



6 4084 
4105 

7 4189 



8 4213 



4214 



4215 



4216 









4234 
12 4250 






19 4404 



COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY— Continued 

Rutgers University: 

For books entitled, Zoning & Housing Costs; The Zone of Emergence; The Affluent 

Suburb; The Ecology of Welfare $34.25 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Sept. 30. 1972 292.35 

Taxation for Lawyers: 

1-year subscription, August 1972-73 15.00 

Luce Press Clippings, Inc.: 

Services during September 1972 _._ 253.50 

Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.: 

1-year subscription, December 1972-73 158.00 

Golembe Reports: 

1-year subscription, November 1972-73 148.00 

Nicholas Sokal: 

Transcript- 39.00 

Congressional Quarterly Service: 

Subscription renewal 144.00 

Office Supply Service: 

Office supplies, requisition dated Aug. 24, 1972. 443.75 

Supplies, August-September 1972 34.55 

Library of Congress: 

Official telephone service, May-September 1972 22. 50 

Do 22.50 

Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, statement dated Sept. 30, 1972 61. 00 

Joseph J. Jasinski: 

Reimbu rse:n ant for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Columbus 

and Toledo, Ohio, Nov. 2-8, 1972 _ . 249.31 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, October 1972 75.66 

Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Nov. 21, 1972 89.95 

Yan Michael Ross: 

11 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Los Angeles, Calif., Honolulu, Hawaii, and San Francisco, 

Calif., Nov. 9-19, 1972 455.66 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, October 1972 897.80 

Official travel for Menbers and staff: 

American Airlines, Sept. 7-9, 1372 68.00 

Eastern Aidines, Inc., Nov. 11, 1972 645.00 

Brookings Institution: 

Shelter and subsidies book.. 3.13 

American City Corp.: 

Renewal of Urban Life until October 1973 25.00 

National Tenants Information Service, Inc.: 

Renewal of Tenants Outlook until October 1973 10.00 

Prentice-Hall, Inc.: 

Handbook Housing Law, volume 1... 46.50 

Journal of Taxation: 

Publication 3.00 

Office Supply Service: 

Statement for October 1972 277.47 

Fortune Directory: 

Publications 13.25 

Luce Press Clippings, Inc.: 

Services during October 1972... 370.25 

Western Union Telegraph Co.: 

Official telegram service, September 1972 29.08 

Urban Institute: 

Publication _. 1-26 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Sept. 30, 1972 265. 19 

Office Supply Service: 

Supplies ordered in October 1372 16.21 

American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers: 

Book entitled "Appraisal of Real Estate" 9.00 

Superintendent of Documents: 

HUD Challenge renewal until February 1974 3.75 

Reuben H. Donnelley Corp.: 

Official Airline Guide - - -- 35.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co.: 

Official telegram service, October 1972 .. 9.39 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, Nov. 15, 1972.... 224.45 

George Gross: 

5 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 25-29, 1972.. 185.00 

Casey Ireland: 
- 2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Orlando, Fla., Nov. 17-18, 1972 93.50 



295 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 



COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY— Continued 
1972 
Dec. 19 4405 Benjamin B. McKeever: 

7 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 
Washington, D.C., to Indianapolis, Ind., and Chicago, III., Nov. 27-Dec 3 1972 $289 92 

4406 Gerald R. McMurray: ' ' * 

1 day per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 
Washington, D.C., to New York, N.Y., Dec. 11, 1972 aq nn 

25 4556 Avis Rent-A-Car: 

Auto rentals for official business __ _ 21 05 

27 4625 Trans World Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Oct. 14-17,1972 406 00 

Salariesfor6 months 3g0 646 21 

Refunds and adjustments .--_~~~-~~~~~~ (340 00) 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations 399, 048. 85 

COMMITTEE ON THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

Payment for legal services: 

July 12 224 William C. Cramer, June30, 1972.. q r nn nn 

225 Fred M.Vinson, Jr., JuneSO, 1972 ."".'." "" "" 3 500 00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official teleohone service— 

28 597 June 30, 1972 __.. , qn 

604 May 31, 1972.. ._ --I--"-"I"~""I!I""™" 2 80 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 7 005 79 

Oct. 16 2809 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, August 1972.. in ok 

24 3033 William C.Cramer: u - 3D 

For services rendered as consultant, Oct. 10,1972 7 009 00 

3034 Fred M.Vinson, Jr.: 

For services rendered as consultant, Oct. 10,1972 7 nnn nn 

Dec. 4 4063 Xerox Corp.: /.OUU.UO 

Meter usage, Oct. 31,1972 m 7 fi , 

'- 4031 Ciesapeake* Potomac TdepheaeC^.: jo/.oj 

Official telephone service, Sept. 30, 1972 on on 

29 4666 William C.Cramer: - a - eu 

For services rendered as consultant, Dec. 14,1972 8 OOO 00 

Salaries for 6 months '."—11.....1.1... .... 44' 315' 28 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations... _ 66. 884 66 

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR 

July 5 16 Western Union: 

Message service for April 1972 _ 15 q n 

District Delivery Service: 

SubscriptiontoN.Y. Times, July-September 1972 ?i qn 

6 82 National Journal: "' "■ 3U 

1-year subscription, May 12,1972 . ?nn nn 

District Delivery Service: " """" uu ' UJ 

3-month subscription to N.Y. Times, July September 1972— 



7 151 General Subcommittee on Labor. 



21.50 



i52 Subcommittee on Agricultural Labor ."""_""""!" 

153 Special Subcommittee on Labor '-'-1"/S,'.'~'.'-'.'-'. ----- 35" nn 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

155 General Subcommittee on Labor, May 1972 . 62 17 

156 General Subcommittee on Education, April 1972 170 ' jr 

157 Minority staff, April 1972... -~~""-~-"I""~.I"I."~I; 86 23 

Do __ " g'g4 

158 General Subcommittee on Education, May 1972 ~ "".""'! 135' 23 

159 Special Subcommittee on Education, May 1972 . """ 16' 45 

160 Subcommittee on Agricultural Labor, May 1972 " 2050 

161 Pension Study Task Force, May 1972 ec' lfi 
10 196 Charles W. Radcliffe: " "" D 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D C , to Sacra- 
mento and Los Angeles, Calif., and Chicago, III., June 1-6, 1972 650 95 

12 226 Earl F. Landgrebe, M.C.: " 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D C , to Sacra- 
mento and Los Angeles, Calif., June 2-5, 197' 491 03 

227 Olivetti Corp. of America: "" 

1 Logos 250 Electronic Printing Calculator, May 23, 1972 655 05 

228 Government Printing Office: 

Miscellaneous CFR publications, June 16, 1972 7 53 

Chesapeake & Potomac lelephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

254 Select Subcommittee on Labor, May 1972 270.18 

255 Special Subcommittee on Labor, Mav 1972 33 53 

256 Pension Study Task Force, April 1972.... 57' 23 



296 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR— Continued 
1972 
July 12 271 Xerox Corp: 

Reimbursement for bill, May 1972 $102.49 

19 356 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting, May 15-16, 1972 492.00 

20 385 District Delivery Service: 

3-month subscription to N.Y. Times, July-September 1972 24.00 

Jossey-Bass Inc., Publishers: 

1 copy of Profile Community College... 13.24 

420 Austin P. Sullivan, Jr.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San Diego, 
Calif., May 24-29, 1972 505.00 

26 462 Alderson Reporting Co. Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting, Apr. 14, 1972 315.00 

472 Government Research Co.: 

1 copy of Government Research Company Report, June 22, 1972. 100.00 

27 554 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, May 1972 415.17 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

28 598 General Subcommittee on Labor, June 1972... 50.11 

599 Special Subcommittee on Labor, June 1972 55.40 

600 Select Subcommittee on Labor, June 1972 204.76 

Xerox Corp.: 

627 Equipment rental, June 30, 1972 455.83 

634 Services rendered, May 1S72 and June 14, 1972 811.25 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1972 150. 19 

Aug. 4 925 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting, Mav 18, 1972... 207. 00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

10 1045 Select Subcommittee on Education, May 1972 95.96 

1046 Special Subcommittee on Education, June 1972 497.70 

1047 Subcommittee on Agricultural Labor, June 1972. 132.50 

1048 General Subcommittee on Labor, June 1972.. 194.97 

1049 Full committee, June 1972 151.62 

1050 Select Subcommittee on Education, June 1972 84.65 

1051 Minority office, May 1972.. 113.09 

Do 7.31 

15 1122 Yvonne Brenner: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New 

York City, N.Y.,Sept. 16-17, 1972 110.10 

1127 Victor V. Veysey, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Sacra- 
mento and Los Angeles, Calif., June 2-6, 1972.. 490. 12 

1164 Augustus F. Hawkins, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Los 

Angeles and Sacramento, Calif., June 1-6, 1972 633.69 

18 1243 JackG. Duncan: 

Reimbursement for official local travel, June 21-30, 1972 9. 50 

29 1344 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1972 154.04 

Sept. 6 1652 Noel Winter: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Boston, 

Mass., June 3-4, 1971 141.75 

1653 Albert Sparks: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New 

York City, May 20-21, 1971 106. 50 

7 1699 Xerox Corp.: 

EquiDment rental and placement charge, June 9-30, 1972 27.72 

12 1745 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1972 — 53.71 

Do.... 11.55 

Oct. 16 2864 Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, June 16, 1972.. 2.00 

17 2901 Monroe Calculator Co.: 

One 1330 Monroe Electric Calculator, statement of June 23, 1972.. 685.40 

Refunds and adjustments (11.77) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 10, 656. 52 

July 11 204 Seattle Center: 

1-day rental of Orcas Room, Seattle Center Coliseum, Wash., July 10, 1972 30.00 

26 498 District Delivery Service: 

3-month subscription to New York Times, July-September 1972 23.75 

28 626 Xerox Corp.: 

Reimbursement for bill, June 1972 97.00 

Aug. 1 841 Marianne Frederick: 

Reimbursement for official local travel, July 1, 1972 2.35 



297 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



1972 
Aug. 3 915 



916 



COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR— Continued 

Loretta A. Bowen: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Kellogg, 

Idaho, via Spokane, Wash., July 30-Aug. 2, 1972 $514.00 

Daniel H. Krivit: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Kellogg, 

Idaho, via Spokane, Wash., July 30-Aug. 2, 1972 498.75 

Verne A. Sass: 

Reimbursement for rental of sound equipment for use at hearings, July 31-Aug. 1, 1972. 30. 00 

Dominick V. Daniels, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Kellogg, 

Idaho, via Spokane, Wash., July 30-Aug. 2, 1972 514.00 

Jack G. Duncan: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to 

Baltimore, Md., Aug. 4, 1972 47.00 

Gladys M. Walker: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to 

Baltimore, Md., Aug. 4, 1972 45.00 

District Delivery Service: 

Subscription to the New York Times, July 31, 1972 35. 00 

Vance J. Anderson: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to 

Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 1, 1972. 70.25 

Orval Hansen, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to 

Baltimore, Md., Aug. 4, 1972 46.25 

Russell Mueller: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Aug. 1, 1972 64.50 

Dennis J. Taylor: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Bethesda, Md., to 

Kellogg, Idaho, via Spokane, Wash., July 30 -Aug. 2, 1972 508. 25 

Xerox Corp.: 

For services rendered, July 1972 218.97 

Minority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, July 1972 70.00 

Jack G. Duncan: 

Reimbursement for official local travel, July 5-14, 1972 15.00 

John Brademas, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Baltimore, 

Md., Aug. 4, 1972 45.00 

Orval Hansen, M.C: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Arlington, Va., to Kellogg, 

Idaho, via Spokane, Wash., July 30-Aug. 1, 1972 498.80 

Yvonne Franklin Smith: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Baltimore, 

Md., Aug. 4, 1972 45.00 

William A. Steiger, M.C: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Spokane, 

Wash., and San Francisco, Calif., July 30-Aug. 1, 1972 518. 00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental, July 1972 38.00 

For services rendered, Aug. 23, 1972 467.61 

House Postmaster: 

Postage stamps for official business- 
July 1972 . 16.00 

July 10, 1972 20.75 

July 20, 1972.. 27.00 

July 1972 126.00 

Augustus F. Hawkins, M.C: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C,. to San Diego 
and Los Angeles, Calif.; Honolulu, Kauai, and Waikiki, Hawaii, Aug. 18-25, 1972... 1,065.84 
Mattie L. Maynard: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to San 

Diego and Los Angeles, Calif.; Honolulu and Kauai, Hawaii, Aug. 18-25, 1972. 1,097.34 

John Warren: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to San 

Diego and Los Angeles, Calif.; Honolulu and Kauai, Hawaii, Aug. 18-25, 1972 1, 092. 84 

Joint School District 391, Kellogg, Idaho: 

Custodial service for rooms used for hearings, July 31, 1972 37. 42 

Wall Street Journal: 

1-year subscription, Aug. 5, 1972 35.00 

Jack G. Duncan: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Hawaii, 

and Los Angeles, Calif., Aug. 23-29, 1972.. 988.22 

Christina M. Orth: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Hawaii, 

and Los Angeles, Calif., Aug. 23-29, 1972 1,016.56 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, July 1972. 483.18 





917 




918 


8 


990 




991 


10 


1060 


15 


1123 




1124 




1125 




1126 


16 


1176 


18 


1244 


28 


1294 




1295 




1296 




1297 




1324 
1325 


29 


1358 
1359 
1360 
1361 
1379 




1380 




1381 


Sept. 1 


1574 




1575 


6 


1638 




1639 




1659 



298 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



1972 

Sept. 12 1742 

1743 

1744 

14 1823 



1824 

1825 

1826 

1869 
1870 

20 2024 



COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR— Continued 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service, July 1972 — 

Special Subcommittee on Education $51.20 

General Subcommittee on Labor 226.64 

Subcommittee on Agricultural Labor 42.30 

William Cable: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San 

Diego, Calif.; Honolulu and Kauai, Hawaii, Aug. 18-25, 1972... 1,204.32 

William D. Ford.M.C: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San 

Diego, Calif., Aug. 18-22,1972 652.75 

Martin L. LaVor: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San 

Diego, Calif.; Honolulu and Kauai, Hawaii, Aug. 18-26, 1972 959. 51 

James H. Scheuer, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San 

Diego, Calif., Aug. 18-19, 1972 458.00 

Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.: 

6-month subscription, June 1972-January 1973 173.08 

Hastings House, Publishers, Inc.: 

2 conies of book, New Life for Millions: Rehabilitation for America's Disabled, Aug. 1, 

1972 13.90 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reoorting — 

July 27, 1972 432.00 

Aug. 15, 1972 255.00 

Chesaoeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 1972 __ 27.29 

Robert C. Andringa: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Denver, 

Colo., Sept. 12-15, 1972 352.13 

PhilliD Burton, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Honolulu, 

Hawaii, Aug. 22-24, 1972 _. 887.68 

Jack G. Duncan: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Chicago, 

III., Sept. 22-24,1972... 243.50 

James Harvey, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Chicago, 

III., Sept. 22-24, 1972 220.75 

Xerox Corp.: 

Reimbursement for bill, Sept. 13, 1972 97.00 

Equioment rental, Sept. 11, 1972 38.00 

Howard Winklevoss: 

For services rendered as consultant, Aug. 15, 1972.. 4, 000.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone ssi vice, July 1972— 

Full committee 189.30 

Sele;t Subcommittee on Labor. _ 156.61 

Soecial Subcommittee on Labor _ 46. 15 

Select Subcommittee on Education 88. 85 

General Subcommittee on Education 112. 62 

District Delivery Service: 

3-month subscription to N.Y. Times, October-December 1972 21. 50 

West Publishing Co.: 

Miscellaneous volumes of U.S. Code Annotated, Aug. 16, 1972... 40. 00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental and meter usage, Sept. 12, 1972 299. 97 

Orval Hansen, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C.to Chicago, 

III., Sept. 23-24,1972 217.00 

Yvonne Franklin Smith: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Chicago, 

III., Sept. 22-24,1972 198.50 

Frank Thompson, Jr., M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Baltimore, 

Md., Aug. 4, 1972.. _ 44.36 

C.S.A. Reporting Corp.: 

Stenographic reporting, Aug. 19, 1972_ 665. 50 

Alderson Reporting Co.: 

Reimbursement for auto rentals for official committee business between Spokane, 

Wash., and Kellogg, Idaho, July 31-Aug. 2, 1972 88. 33 

John Brademas, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, 2 round trips, Washington, D.C., to— 

Chicago, III., Sept. 22-23,1972.. 214.00 

Los Angeles, Calif., and Honolulu, Hawaii, Aug. 23-28, 1972 1, 017. 96 

Dennis J. Taylor: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Puerto 
Rico, Sept. 28-30, 1972 350.50 





2032 


26 


2136 




2137 




2202 




2203 


27 
Oct. 2 


2229 

2230 
2430 


3 


2500 
2501 
2502 
2503 
2504 
2509 




2542 


11 


2662 


12 


2682 



2683 



2684 



2741 
16 2770 



2771 
2772 
2773 



299 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR— Continued 

1972 Xerox Corp.: 

Oct. 16 2791 Invoice dated Aug. 14, 1972 $100.00 

2792 Equipment rental, August 1972 671.56 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, August 1972 — 

2810 General Subcommittee on Labor _ 123. 00 

2811 Subcommittee on Agricultural Labor ~ 21. 90 

2812 Special Subcommittee on Education 11. 10 

2813 General Subcommittee on Education 95. 70 

2814 General Subcommittee on Labor 25. 52 

2815 Special Subcommittee on Labor 25. 29 

2816 Full committee 205.24 

2817 Select Subcommittee on Labor 76.84 

2818 Select Subcommittee on Education 115.38 

District Delivery Service: 

2837 Subscription to N.Y. Times, Sept. 27, 1972 35.00 

2838 3-month subscription to N.Y. Times, October-December 1972 . 29 00 

2839 Do 21.50 

2840 3-month subscription to Wall Street Journal, October-December 1972 21. 50 

2841 3-month subscription to N.Y. Times, October-December 1972 21 50 
2858 Minority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, Oct. 1, 1972 48. 95 

17 2900 Conference of Actuaries in Public Practice: 

1 copy of vol. XX 1, 197 1-72 of the Proceedings of the Conference of Actuaries in Public 

Practice, Sept. 19, 1972 20 00 

20 2990 Robert C. Andringa: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Miami, 
Fla.. Oct. 4-6, 1972 _ _ 246 00 

2991 William Cable: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to 
Miami, Fla., Oct. 4-6, 1972 _ _ 315 00 

2992 Yvonne Franklin Smith: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to 
Miami, Fla., Oct. 4-6, 1972 270 00 

24 3022 Western Union Telegraph Co.: 

Official telegram service, August 1972 _ 7.59 

Minority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, August 1972 _ 20. 10 

Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental— 

25 3088 September 1972 38 00 

3089 Oct. 10, 1972 97' 00 

26 3149 Sept. 30, 1972.. 298' 27 

3150 Oct. 11, 1972 _ 487" 84 

31 3181 Adrienne Fields: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to 

Chicago, III., and Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. 19-23, 1972 328 00 

3182 Thomas J. Hart: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to 

Chicago, 111., and Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. 19-23, 1972 302 00 

Nov. 6 3363 Augustus F. Hawkins, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Chicago, 

III., and Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. 19-23, 1972 328 00 

3364 Hudson Dispatch: 

1-year subscription, Sept. 5, 1972-73 36.00 

3366 Louise E. Haller & Associates, Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting, Aug. 23, 1972 340. 00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 
7 3428 Special Subcommittee on Education, September 1972 20.08 

3429 General Subcommittee on Labor, September 1972_ 21. 97 

3430 Do...-.-.— 55.28 

3431 Subcommittee on Agricultural Labor, September 1972 49.40 

3432 General Subcommittee on Education, September 1972_ 123.71 

3433 Select Subcommittee on Labor, September 1972 36.32 

Minority staff — 

3434 August 1972 6.00 

Do 50.54 

3435 July 1972.. __ 72.97 

3436 Special Subcommittee on Labor, September 1972 _ 29.95 

3453 District Delivery Service: 

3-month delivery of New York Times, October-December 1972 35. 00 

3471 Office Supply Service: 

Requisition dated Sept. 7, 1972 9.00 

West Publishing Co.: 

U.S. Code Annotated, Title 21— 

3488 Oct. 18, 1972 8.00 

3489 Oct. 10, 1972_._ 8.00 

13 3559 William Cable: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New 
Orleans, La., Oct. 26-28, 1972 326.50 

SS-914 — 73 20 



300 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR— Continued 
1972 
Nov. 13 3597 Cindy Banzer: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Syracuse, 
N.Y., Oct. 25-27, 1972 $180.50 

3598 Jack G. Duncan: 

Reimbursement for official local travel, Aug. 29-Oct. 25, 1972 27. 00 

3599 Yvonne Franklin Smith: 

11 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Portland, Oreg., Oct. 15-25, 1972 391.75 

3600 Howard Winklevoss: 

For services rendered as consultant, Aug. 15-0ct. 1, 1972 3,000.00 

3628 Jack G. Duncan: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Chicago, 

111., Nov. 8-9, 1972 191.25 

14 3632 Dennis J.Taylor: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Cleveland, 

Ohio, Oct. 22-23, 1972 190.50 

17 3732 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting — 

July 31, 1972 753.00 

Sept. 25,1972 201.00 

Sept. 26-28,1972. 1,262.70 

Oct. 4, 1972 165.30 

21 3796 H. D. Reed, Jr.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C.,to Houston, 

Tex., Nov. 14-16, 1972 324.75 

Xerox Corp.: 

28 3868 Invoice dated Nov. 13,1972. 97.00 

3869 Supplies, Oct. 17, 1972... 95.00 

30 3909 Austin P. Sullivan, Jr.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expanses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Mil- 
waukee, Wis., Nov. 20-21, 1972 232.00 

3910 John Warren: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Indian- 
apolis, Ind., Nov. 26-28, 1972 236. 50 

Dec. 4 4036 Charles W. Radcliffe: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Atlanta, 

Ga., and Houston, Tex., Nov. 14-15, 1972.. 337.95 

4053 Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental, October 1972 38. 00 

Chesaoeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, September 1972— 

6 4092 Select Subcommittee on Education 141.25 

4093 Full committee.... 127.60 

4094 Minority staff 131.77 

Do 5.£0 

7 4145 Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.: 

Publications for official committee use, Oct. 25, 1972. 35.35 

4146 Louise E. Haller & Associates, Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting, Aug. 24, 1972 824. 50 

4196 Jack G. Duncan: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Denver, 

Colo., Nov. 30-Dec. 2, 1972 412. 58 

Xerox Corp.: 

8 4223 Equipment rental, October 1972 568.43 

4224 D_o 387.54 

Dennis J. laylor: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, 2 round trips, Washington, D.C., to— 

12 4255 Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 19-21,1972 291.00 

4256 Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 25-27, 1972 190.00 

4257 Xerox Corp.: 

Installation of counting device and pro rata charge, Sept. 29,1971 8.75 

13 4317 William F.Gaul: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Denver, 

Colo., Nov. 30-Dec. 2, 1972 392. 10 

4318 James H. Scheuer, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Chicago, 
III., Oct. 20, 1972 171.00 

4377 Robert C. Andringa: 

Reimbursement for official travel exoenses, round trip, Washington, D.C , to Denver, 
Colo., Nov. 30-Dec. 2,1972 386.35 

4378 Earl F. Landgrebe, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, South Bend, Ind., to Cleve- 
land, Ohio, Oct. 23, 1972 100.55 

Congressional Quarterly Service: 

26 4516 1-year subscription 144.00 

4517 1-year subscription, Oct. 1, 1972-73.. 144.00 

27 4638 Western Union Telegraph Co.: 

Official telegram service, November 1972 136.84 



301 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR— Continued 
1972 
Dec. 29 4691 Howard Winklevoss: 

Partial payment on contract for consultant services, October-November 1972 $3 000 00 

Salaries for 6 months 500' 314* 87 

Refunds and adjustments ZZZZZZZZZZZZ" (35 CO) 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations _ _ 545 773. 81 

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS 
July 6 83 Randolph Nugent: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York City, N.Y., to Washington D C 
round trip. June 14, 1972... 7 c o fi 

84 Charles Frankel:' " /<J - 80 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New City, N.Y., to Washington D C round 

« ah v ip ' J " ne L 21 ' 19?2 86.48 

85 Adam Yarmolinsky: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Boston, Mass., to Washington D C round 

trip, June 21, 1972 124 88 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting — 



7 176 June 7, 1972. 

177 June 13, 1972. 



178. 20 
192. 00 



178 June7,1972 ?fidnn 

179 May 31, 1972.. 29040 

19 359 Apr. 10-11,1972... 077 7a 

20 414 Everett Hagen: ~ '- 4 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Cataumet, Mass., to Washington D C 

round trip, June 14, 1972 101 04 

28 601 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: """ 

Official telephone service, June 1972 . 9^k R7 

615 Majority Room: " " " D - D/ 

Miscellaneous printing services, June 5, 13, and 19. 1972 19 « 

Aug. 1 842 Dean Rusk: "• oa 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Atlanta, Ga., to Washington, D.C. round 

trip, June 28, 1972 140 00 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting — - 
4 926 June 14-21, 1972 490 nn 

927 June 28, 1972 """' 209 10 

928 June 20, 1972 ~~ fn'nn 

929 June 22, 1972 fifiO 

16 1193 William O.Johnston: "" 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York City, N.Y., to Washington, D.C, 

round trip, June 3, 1971 m nn 

1194 David T. Kleinman: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York City, N.Y., to Washington D C 

round trip, June 25, 1972 75 go, 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting— 

Sept. 20 2019 June 19, 1S72 fi q 7S 

2020 June 15, 1972 ZZZZZZZZZI """" " 19680 

Refunds and adjustments ZZZZZZZZZ (1, 533. OG) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 2, 046. 53 

Aug. 1 843 I. William Zartman: ===== 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York City, N.Y., to Washington D C 

round trip, July 18, 1972 7c or 

2 898 Xerox Corp.: ~ "" " /b - 83 

Equipment rental, June 1972 277 54 

11 1085 The Economist Subscription Department: 

1-year subscription, Oct. 20, 1972-73 51 4s 

16 1191 Francis Bator: " 4D 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Cambridge, Mass., to Washington D.C. round 

trip, July 25, 1972 inq k 

1192 Richard N. Cooper: "~ 1Ub '° U 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New Haven, Conn., to Washington D.C. 

round trip, July 25, 1972. 92 qs 

Sept. 1 1576 William B. Quandt: "" 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Santa Monica, Calif., to Washington, D.C. 

round trip, July 18, 1972 3fi3 20 

1577 HughH. Smythe: " '"" 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York City, N.Y., to Washington DC 

round trip, Aug. 2, 1972 7c so 

7 1703 Xerox Corp.: ~ /0 - 88 

Equipment rental, July 1972 . 218 25 

12 1746 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 1972 944 14 

14 1871 3M Business Products Sales, Inc.: 

Equipment rental, June-July 1972... 97.00 



302 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS— Continued 
1972 
Sept 14 1872 Aaron Segal: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Ithaca, N.Y., to Washineton, D.C., round trip, 

Aug. 2.1972 $92.48 

1873 Trover Shop ^l- 

1 copy if Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia, Aug. 17, 1972__ 10.95 

18 1983 Eliot Skinner: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York City, N.Y., to Washington, D.C., 

round trip, Aug. 2,1972. 76.88 

20 2024 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting — 

July 27, 1972 - 86. 4Q 

Do - 124.95 

Do -. _--- 151.20 

Aug. 2, 1972 --._ 162.00 

Do 297.00 

Aug. 15, 1972__ _ _ .... 145.35 

Do _ -... 242.55 

Aug. 17, 1972 175.20 

26 2167 Lee Dinsmore: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Elcho, Wis., to Washington, D.C., round trip, 
Aug. 15, 1972 210.76 

2168 Foreign Affairs: 

1-year subscription, Aug. 14, 1972__ _ 10.00 

2169 Michael Palmer: 

Travel exaer.ses and witness fees, from Flint, Mich., to Washington, D.C., round 
trip, Aug. 17, 1972 116.25 

2170 Trover Shop #1: 

1 copy of Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia, Sept. 6, 1972 10.95 

2171 Rudolf Woller: 

1 day per diem incurred as witness, Aug. 10, 1972 20.00 

27 2212 Harry C. Cromer: 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to New York City, n.Y., and Rome, Italy, Aug. 20-Sept. 8, 1972.. 148. 9S 

2213 Marian A. Czarnecki: 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to New York City, N.Y., and Rome, Italy, Aug. 20-Sept. 8, 1972.. 146. 72 

2231 Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental, August 1972 228.11 

Oct. 2 2431 Robert B. Boettcher: 

Reimbursement for expense incurred to register and pay conference fee, Sept. 11, 1972. 17. 00 

3 2524 Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, July 10- Aug. 14, 1972 30.25 

4 2581 David A. Kay: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Madison, Wis., to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, Sept. 27, 1972 151.00 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting— 
12 2727 Aug. 8,1372 180.00 

2730 Aug. 17,1972 84.15 

2731 Aug. 10,1972 36.00 

2732 Aug. 15,1972 135.15 

16 2819 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, August 1972. _. 315.24 

2860 3M Business Products: 

Equipment rental, August 1972... 48. 50 

17 2902 Lester Lees: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Los Angeles, Calif., to Washington, D.C., 
round trip, Sept. 26, 1972 - 348.00 

2903 A. J.Msyer: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Boston, Mass., to Washington, D.C., round 
trip, Sept. 21,1972. _ 111.90 

2904 Robert W. Rex: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Los Angeles, Calif., to Washington, D.C., 
round trip, Sept. 26,1972 - 352.00 

2905 David Rose: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Boston, Mass., to Washington, D.C., round 
trip, Sept. 26,1972. - 111.90 

2906 Thomas Wheelock: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Des Moines, Iowa, to Washington, D.C., round 
trip, Sept. 26,1972 214.00 

2907 Martin Wolf: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Trenton, NJ.,to Washington, D.C., round trip, 

Sept. 26,1972 49.90 

20 2993 Michael Van Dusen: 

Reimbursement of registration fee for 26th Annual Conference, Middle East Institute, 

Sept. 29-30,1972... .__ -- 40.00 

25 3090 Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental, September 1972 309.27 

Nov. 7 3437 Chesapeake & Potoma: Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, September 1972 308. 16 



303 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS— Continued 
1972 
Nov. 7 3460 3M Business Products: 

Equipment rental, September 1972 - W8. 50 

3465 Penn Central transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Oct. 5, 1972 61.80 

3467 Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, Aug. 30-Sept. 24, 1972 25. 90 

3498 Harry C. Cromer: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C.to New York, N.Y., Oct. 30-31, 1972 86.12 

3499 Marian A. Czarnecki: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to New York, N.Y., Oct. 29-31, 1972 112.06 

13 3560 Robert B. Boettcher: 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Minneapolis, 

Minn., Oct. 18-20, 1972 -- 105.00 

15 3668 John C. Campbell: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York, N.Y., to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, Oct. 3, 1972 59.50 

17 3732 Alderson Reporting Co.. Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting— 

Sept. 7, 1972 - 111.15 

Sept. 19, 1972 - 191.70 

Sept. 21,1972 — 1*5. 35 

^ Do — - 209.10 

Sept. 26, 1972 405.00 

Sept. 27, 1972.. - 153-90 

Do ..... ai.w 

do i::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:-: 122.40 

Sept. 28", 1972 162.25 

28 3842 Michael H. Van Dusen: „• u 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Bmgham- 

ion, N.Y., Nov. 1-4, 1972 ---- 209.84 

Dec. 6 4113 3M Business Products: 

Equipment rental, October 1972.. 48.su 

4119 Majority Room: „ 

Miscellaneous printing services, Oct. 4-30, 1972 75. 8U 

8 4225 Xerox Corp.: ,.. „ 

Equipment rental, October 1972... 246.31 

12 4258 Robert B. Boettcher: . 

2 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington D.C., to New York, 

N.Y., Nov. 21-22, 1972 70.00 

4259 R.Michael Finiey: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, one way, Miami, Fia., to Washington, 

D.C., Nov. 25-26, 1972 132.12 

19 4422 Donald M. Fraser, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for local transportation during round trip, from Washington, D.C., 
to New York City, N.Y., Nov. 21-22, 1972 15.00 

26 4518 Ancorp National Services. Inc.: 

1-year subscriptions to Washington Post and N.Y. Times 45d.oU 

4519 Middle East Institute: 

1 copy of World Energy Demands and the Middle East 3. /5 

27 4634 Wall Street Journal: 

Three 1-year subscriptions - - -- o^qqs 

Salaries for 6 months 198. 8o9. 98 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations.. -- 209,390.36 

COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS 
July 6 86 Wendell R. Ames: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Rochester, N.Y., to Washington, D.C., rouna 
trip, June 13,1972 - 91.30 

87 The New York Times: nn 

1-year subscription, Au^. 3, 1972-73. 47.00 

88 Art Stein: § 

Stenographic reporting, May 12-13.1972. - 779.05 

Ward & Paul: 

Stenographic reporting— 

122 May30-June 1, 1972 ---- - 791. 10 

123 June 6-8, 1972. - 4o4. /0 

124 May 31-June 1, 1972 - 440.10 

12 229 West Publishing Co.: 

Miscellaneous publications, June 1972 -- <W.SU 

257 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, May 1972 - - 280.99 

Ward & Paul: 

Stenographic reporting— 

19 305 June 19, 1972. 221.40 

306 June 28-29, 1972 - - 416.00 

326 James R. Naughton: . ,„,„,„ , „„ 

Reimbursement for official local travel and postage, Feb. 10, 16, and May 17, 1972... 7.99 



304 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



1972 
July 19 


337 


26 


473 




507 


27 


530 




555 


28 


611 


Aug. 10 


1052 


29 

Sept. 12 

26 


1070 
1342 
1765 
2138 



Oct. 2 2432 



COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS— Continued 

Richard L. Still: 

Reimbursement for official local travel, May 18, 26, June 9, 13, and 28, 1972. $10.00 

GSA, OAD, Finance Division: 

FTS after hour service, June 1S72 30. 00 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, May-June 1972 668. 91 

Jeremiah S. Buckley: 

Reimbursement for official local travel, May 8, 26, June 6, and 28-29, 1972... 10. 00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Rental of model 813 copier, May 31-June 30, 1972. 41. 85 

Library of Congress: 

For ATS-360 terminal usage, June 1972. 308. 00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1972 242. 02 

Official travel for Members and staff: 

United Air Lines, Inc., July 19, 1972... 296.00 

Braniff Airways, Inc., July 31, 1972. 46. 00 

United Air Lines, Inc., Aug. 15, 1972. 310.00 

Josephine Scheiber: 

Reimbursement for official local travel, Feb. 1-Apr. 5, 1972. 5. 85 

Jacob N. Wasserman: 

Reimbursement for official local travel, Apr. 12, 1972 7. 20 

Refunds and adjustments (50.00) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 5,637.96 

3IV1 Business Products Sales, Inc.: 

Rental of 209 copier with automatic feed, July 5, 1972 57. 50 

Ward& Paul: 

Stenographic reporting, July 25-27, 1972 367.20 

David B. Finnegan: 

Reimbursement for official local travel, July 31 and Aug. 8, 1972 3. 00 

Warren B. Buhler: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, one way, New York City, N.Y., to Wash- 
ington, D.C., Aug. 10-11, 1972 89. 57 

James A. Lanigan: 

For services rendered as consultant, July 1972 576. 90 

Erskine Stewart: 

\Yz days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Arlington, Va., to Hempstead, N.Y., Aug. 10-11, 1972 62. 66 

3M Business Products Sales, Inc.: 

Equipment rental, July 1972 57. 50 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, July 1972 446. 14 

Western Union Telegraph Co.: 

Official telegram service, July 1972 78. 58 

Ward & Paul: 

Stenographic reporting, Aug. 8, 1972 70.40 

National Journal: 

1-year subscription, July 21, 1972 200.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental, July 1972 33.80 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 1972 139. 96 

Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 25, 1972 52. 00 

James A. Lanigan: 

For services rendered as consultant, August 1972 1,499.94 

GSA, OAD, Finance Division: 

FTS after-hour service, July 1972 30.00 

Stenographic reporting: 

Acme Reporting Co., Aug. 11, 1972 496.80 

Ward & Paul: 

Aug. 15, 1972 299.70 

Aug. 17, 1972 486.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental, July 31-Sept. 5, 1972 38.80 

Jacob N. Wasserman: 

Reimbursement for official local travel, Aug. 15-19, 1972 6.90 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Arlington, Va., to Long 
Branch and Plainfield, N.J.; New York, N.Y.; and return to Washington, D.C., 

Sept. 20-22, 1972 181.34 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, August 1972 187.80 

Ward &Paul: 

Stenographic reporting— 

Sept. 14, 1972. 102.40 

Do 92.80 

Sept. 12, 1972. 251. 10 



July 26 


474 


Aug. 17 


1216 


18 


1245 


28 


1298 




1299 




1300 


29 


1353 




1365 




1371 


Sept. 1 


1556 




1578 


7 


1704 


12 


1747 




1759 


14 


1827 




1874 



1905 

29 2056 

2057 

27 2232 



2433 
2434 



3 2531 



5 2608 
2609 
2610 



305 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No . SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES A" 10 "" 1 

COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS— Continued 
1972 
Oct 12 2685 James A. Lanigan: ;.»«._« u ,mn n fiis 32 

For services rendered as consultant, September 1972 $i,biS.J^ 

16 2774 Jeffrey D.Stansbury: 1 SOO 00 

For services rendered as consultant, Oct. 6, 1972 i,ouu.uu 

2820 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co : 

Official telephone service, August-September 1972 i'o- *» 

2842 District Delivery Service: ., nn 

2 subscription renewals to N.Y. Times, October-December 1972 4cS.UU 

2846 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: „■,..«. mm nn nn 

Official travel for Members and staff, New York, N.Y., August 1972 130. 00 

2861 3IV1 Business Products Sales, Inc.: ,._,.. 

Equipment rental, August 1972 a/ - su 

2870 Wall Street Journal: ■ »- nn 

1-year subscription, Oct. 1, 1972-73 35 - 00 

2874 Western Union Telegraph Co.: „- 

Official telegram service, August 1972. 4 - 33 

17 2908 Federal Publications, Inc.: c- nn 

Yearbook of Procurement Articles, vol. 8, Aug. 1, 1972 =*>• w 

2909 GSA, OAD, Finance Div.: , n m 

FTS after hour service, August 1972 - - M - uu 

26 3111 Ward & Paul: „„,»,. wi 7f> 

Stenographic reporting, Sept. 25,1972 - » u - /u 

3151 Xerox Corp.: , a on 

Equipment rental, Sept. 5-29, 1972 - **•*" 

Nov. 6 3365 GSA, OAD, Finance Div.: , n nn 

FTS after hour service, September 1972 - JU - UU 

3367 Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Co.: fi71 „_ 

Continuation of subscription to law books --- o/i.*» 

7 3449 Congressional Quarterly Service: ... nf) 

Subscription renewal, dated Oct. 5, 1972 - l 44 - uu 

3461 3M Business Products Sales, Inc.: „ ._ 

Equipment rental, September 1972.... 3/ - 3U 

3472 Office Supply Service: ,„ n . 

Miscellaneous stationery items, September 1972 a/s.ui 

Ward & Paul: 

Stenographic reporting— ma nn 

13 3548 Oct. 10,1972 - - ^f™ 

3549 Oct. 12, 1972... - -- Dl -* u 

3601 James A. Lanigan: fi , d .„ 

For services rendered as consultant, October 1972 - oat.oa 

Dec. 6 4095 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: „., 7 - 

Official telephone service, October 1972 ' M " /3 

4114 3M Business Products, Inc.: „ .„ 

Equipment rental, October 1972. 0/ - au 

7 4147 Brookings Institution: ..„ ■ „ k »«m ™ n nn 

1-year subscription to Brookings Research Report Series, December 1972-/3 o.uu 

4148 Milling& Baking News: . nn 

1-year subscription, November 1972-73. 3 - uu 

4149 University Press of Virginia: , nQ 

Pnhlication entitled Legislative History, Nov. 6, 1972 a- us 

4150 Wall Street Journal: ,, nft 

1-year subscription, Dec. 6, 1972-73 - • JS - UU 

12 4260 James A. Lanigan: . ,„. „ 

Cnr corwiroc ronHoroH a« rnnsultant Nr.vemher 197Z '■ 3°*- 0D 



For services rendered as consultant, November 1972. 
4261 Miles Q. Romney: «_■.■■, u • m„ „ 

Reimbursement for purchase of publications for official committee business, Novem- 
ber 1972. 



34.00 



19 4460 Xerox Corp.: _ , R 8n 

Equipment rental, Sept. 29-Oct. 31, 1972 - 38. 80 

26 4520 GSA, OAD, Finance Div.: „ nn 

FTS after hour service, October 1972 - 3U - UU 

27 4618 Office Supply Service: ,, 8 89 

Miscellaneous stationery items, October 1972 - ">°- *> L 

4637 West Publishing Co.: . ,.......„ ,, 1Q -,, -,, en nn 

1-year subscription to U.S. Code Congressional & Administrative News, July 1972-73.. SB. uu 

Salaries for 6 months... - — 3U.&5.W 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations 387, 209. 54 

COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION 

July 6 89 IBM Corp.: „„ ,„„ ,, 9 m . 

For Software service, Dec. 21, 1971-Jan. 27, 1972 - 238.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Rental of equipment for official committee use— . 

12 272 June29, 1972 - - 14 °- 4 * 

19 330 June 30, 1972. ."•" 

21 437 June 29, 1972 l34 /™ 

438 June 30, 1972 60 - 00 



306 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION— Continued 
1972 
July 26 475 Columbia Ribbon & Carbon Manufacturing Co., Inc.: 

12 Mylar printer ribbons, June 16, 1972 $216.00 

Hudson Supply & Equipment Co.: 

Material for remodeling Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria — 

476 June 25, 1972... 93.92 

477 June 21, 1972 29.74 

Newspaper advertisements soliciting proposals for aspects of the remodeling of Longworth 

Carry Out and Cafeteria: 

479 Evening Star Newspaper Co., June 14, 1972 29.60 

480 Washington Daily News, June 14, 1972 21.09 

481 Washington Post Co., June 17, 1972 __ 34.92 

28 602 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, May 1972 237.67 

Aug. 1 844 Arnold Graphic Industries, Inc.: 

Paper supplies, June 30, 1972 243.36 

Remodeling materials for Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria: 

845 Ceco Corp., June 30, 1972 71.76 

847 Keuffel & Esser Co., June 2, 1972 82. 56 

849 Maurice Electrical Suoply Co., Inc., June 19, 1972 29. 34 

NCR: 

850 Equipment rental, Junel972 241. 50 

851 Do 2,460.00 

852 H. K. Porter Co., Inc.: 

Material for remodeling the Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria, June 28, 1972 270. 00 

10 1016 BASF Systems, Inc.: 

50 magnetic computer tapes, June 21, 1972 569.25 

Remodeling materials for Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria: 

11 1088 Hudson Supply & Equipment Co., June 14, 1972.. 283.40 

1090 Silver Hill Sand & Gravel Co., June 6, 1972. 9.15 

28 1301 Data Prep Corp.: 

Payment for key punch services, June 1972 273. 19 

29 1338 American Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 12, 1972 388. 00 

1366 Office SuDply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, May 24-June 28, 1972 495.83 

Sept. 1 1579 Computerworld: 

1-year subscription, June 29, 1972 9.00 

Remodeling materials for Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria: 

1580 Fairfax iile & Linoleum Co., June 28, 1972 200.05 

1581 Genera! Services Administration, June 22, 1972 72.00 

12 1748 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1972. _ 267.58 

26 2172 IBM Corp.: 

Monthly maintenance for computer hardware, Nov. 30, 1971-June 30, 1972 6, 772. 00 

Oct. 2 2437 VIP Systems: 

Software services for House Information Systems, June 1972 3, 000. 00 

12 2699 ABC Distributors, Inc.: 

Materials for remodeling Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria, May 19, 1972 39. 00 

2701 BASF Systems, Inc.: 

Rental of Disc Packs for computer operations, May 5-June 30, 1972... 204.75 

IBM Corp.: 

2709 Rental of computer equipment, Aoril-June 1972 36,663.90 

2710 Additional computer rental time, June 1972 497.22 

2711 Transportation and shipping charges for computer equipment, April-June 1972 820.98 

2715 Moore Business Forms, Inc.: 

Computer paper, May 1972 947.38 

2718 National Cash Register Co.: 

Rental of punch card sorter, June 1972 175.00 

2723 Washington Concrete Sales: 

Materials for remodeling Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria, June 12, 1972 8.99 

16 2775 Barber-Colman Co.: 

Materials for remodeling Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria, June 6, 1972 148.00 

2776 National Cash Register Co.: 

Tape conversion, May 30, 1972 20.80 

25 3091 Xerox Corp.: 

Installation charge, May 31, 1972.... 10.00 

Nov. 7 3440 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, April-June 1972 157.61 

15 3675 IBM Co.: 

Software package, Feb. 28-May 7, 1972... 1,552.67 

Refunds and adjustments - (165.28) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations _ 58, 146.48 



July 26 478 Reuben H. Donnelley Corp.: 

Official Airline Guide, July 11, 1972 35.00 

27 556 Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental, July 10,1972 38.00 

571 David S. Wolman: 

Partial payment on contract, July 27, 1972 1,000.00 



307 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Dat e No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 



COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION— Continued 

1972 Xerox Corp.: QC 

July 28 628 Equipment rental, July 17, 1972.. * z ?ion 

629 Do - - b8 . 2U 

31 661 Ernest Petinaud: n ,„' ,„ „ 

Partial payment on contract, July 27, 1972 333. « 

Remodeling materials for Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria: 

Aug. 1 848 Lyon, Conklin & Co., Inc.. July 7, 1972 12.60 

11 1086 BEL Welding Supply Co., Inc., July 11, 1972 64.14 

1087 Brandon Applied Systems, Inc.: 

For services rendered as consultant, July 17, 1972 b,4b0.00 

1089 Lank Woodwork Co., Inc.: 

Materials for remodeling Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria, July 24, 1972 52. 00 

16 1195 Marquis Who's Who, Inc.: 

1 copy of Who's Who in America, vol. 37, July 10, 1972 57.00 

18 1246 Charles E.Graham: ..,.,,._, „ „ . , ,. 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to I slip, 

N.Y., Aug. 9,1972 59.60 

1247 Curtis Merrick: . , . „„,,,- 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Islip, 

N.Y., Aug. 9, 1972 - -—. 58 - °° 

28 1302 Data Prep Corp.: 

Partial payment of contract, July 1972 Ziu. aj 

Xerox Corp.: ro on 

1326 Equipment rental, Aug. 14, 1972 58.20 

1327 Do - 218.2b 

29 1336 Ernest Petinaud: 

Partial payment on contract, Aug. 28, 1972 - "j. " 

Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental— 

1375 July 28, 1972 - — 314- ?8 

1376 Do - - 164.18 

1377 Aug. 5,1972 - 38 - 00 

1387 DavidS. Wolman: nnn nn 

Partial payment on contract, Aug. 28, 1972 - 1. 000. 00 

Sept. 1 1582 IBM Corp.: ... on 

Printer ribbons, July 24,1972 -- — 226.80 

1583 J. Frank Kelly, Inc.: 

Materials for remodeling Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria, July 7, 1972... 52. 57 

1584 Moore Business Forms, Inc.: om to 

Machine computer paper, July 21, 1972 - 9Ui - °e 

12 1749 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 1972 - - !«• n 

1762 Office Supply Service: ... ., 

Miscellaneous stationery items, June 27-July 25, 1972 410.4^ 

13 1811 Lucien N. Nedzi.M.C: J . 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C.to Orlando, Cape Kennedy, Fla., and vicinity, Aug. 20-21, 1972.. 115.09 

14 1875 American Hardware: 

Materials for remodeling Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria, July 26, 1972. M. OU 

1876 Eastman Kodak Co.: 

Easamatic reader for computer operations, July 18, 1972. isn.m 

Remodeling materials for Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria: 

1877 Hudson Supply & Equipment Co., July 31, 1972 - «. 00 

1878 Metropolitan Paints, July 11, 1972... -- 70.90 

1879 TAB Products Co.: ^ 

Disc pack cabinet for computer operations, July 17, 1972 iw.a 

Remodeling materials for Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria: 

1880 Vitro Laboratories, July 5, 1972 «■ \% 

1881 York Corrugating Co., July 26, 1972 --- - - 20. 58 

Partial payment under contract: . .... .„ 

15 1921 Suzannah T. Lessard, Sept. 13,1972.. ?, 500. 00 

27 2253 DavidS. Wolman, Sept. 27, 1972 --- J - 000.00 

28 2254 Ernest Petinaud, Sept. 27, 1972.... - - 333 - 33 

Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental— „„_ ,_ 

Oct. 3 2548 Aug. 14,1972... .-- - 2 «- £7 

2549 September 1972. - - 3 °- °0 

11 2663 Sept. 15,1972 287.27 

2664 Do — 365. j5 

12 2686 Federal Data Corp.: .„ ... , n 

Basic rental of computer hardware, July 31-Sept. 30, 1972 28, 060.40 

2700 Auerbach Publishers, Inc.: 

Terminal Equipment Digest, July 31, 1972 _ 19 - 93 

BASF Systems, Inc.: 

Rental of disc pack— ., 

2702 Part of June and all of July 1972 — — - 23.00 

2703 July 1972.. }}J-00 

2704 August 1972.... lz 5-80 

2705 Computer Horizons Corp.: *n 

Special technical seminar booklet for Software program, Sept. 11, 1972 2b. uu 



308 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



1972 
Oct. 12 2706 
2707 
2708 

2712 
2713 
2714 

2716 
2717 
2719 

2720 

2721 

2722 

2724 
2725 

16 2793 

17 2930 
2938 
2939 



COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION— Continued 

Materials for remodeling Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria: 

Dayson Co., Aug. 28, 1972 _ $100.90 

Dominion Electric Supply Co., Inc., July 27, 1972 202.84 

Hudson Supply & Equipment Co., July 31, 1972 38.00 

IBM Corp.: 

Shipping charges for computer hardware, Aug. 3, 1972 76.65 

Data processing cards, Aug. 8, 1972 130.60 

Monthly subscription to Microfilm Services, Aug. 30, 1972 13.80 

Materials for remodeling Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria: 

Lawrence Metal Products, Inc., July 13,1972 191.60 

Maurice Electrical Supply Co., Inc., July 24, 1972 486. 10 

National Opinion Research Center: 

Software package, Aug. 21, 1972. 400.00 

National Technical Information Service: 

Subscription to Computer Period, July 21, 1972 22.50 

Thomas Somerville Co.: 

Materials for remodeling Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria, Aug. 28, 1972. 35. 38 

TAB Products Co.: 

Sectional bases, extensions, and ring sections for computer operations, July 27, 1972. 184.90 

Wright Line: 

4 key punch desks, Aug. 18, 1972 455.80 

Forms handling truck and attachment, Aug. 17, 1972 170.89 

Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental, May 18, 1972 9.50 

Charles E. Graham: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Pough- 

keepsie, N.Y., Oct. 1-3, 1972 193.80 

JohnG. Blair: 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Columbia, S.C., Oct. 12-15, 1972 152.88 

Melvin M. Miller: 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Columbia, S.C., Oct. 12-15, 1972 144.80 

Essex Engineering Co.: 

Purchase of voting terminal identification cards, Oct. 16, 1972 396.00 

David S. Wolman: 

Partial payment on contract, Oct. 25, 1972 1,000.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental, September 1972 38.00 

Do 366.42 

Ernest Petinaud: 

Partial payment on contract, Oct. 27, 1972 333.33 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service — 

Portion of July 1972 2.70 

July 1972 60.21 

August 1972 228.17 

Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 18,1972. 170.00 

Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, Sept. 30, 1972. 6. 00 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items — 

August 1972... 509.56 

September 1972 471.84 

Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental, October 1972 216.15 

Curtis Merrick: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Bowie, Md., to Gaithersburg, 

Md., Oct. 17-18, 1972 37.00 

Buchan Loose Leaf Records Co. : 

Desk unit manual pack, Sept. 25, 1972. 38.15 

Business Supplies Corp. of America: 

Computer cards- 
Sept. 22, 1972 44.00 

Oct. 16, 1972 520.00 

Federal Data Corp.: 

Basic rental and maintenance of computer processing unit, October 1972 13,800.20 

Hitchcock Publishing Co.: 

1972 salary survey, Oct. 16, 1972.. 6.50 

Identicard: 

Electronic voting ID cards and plate charges, Oct. 16, 1972 750.00 

IBM Corp.: 

Guides and reference material for Software programs, Sept. 19, 1972... 348.00 

Moore Business Forms, Inc.: 

Computer paper, Sept. 21, 1972. 1,179.78 

Federal Systems Div.: 

Basic computer and disc pack rental, Sept. 1-8, 1972 720.40 

Virginia Panel Corp.: 

Two carriage tape racks, Sept. 28, 1972 30.00 



24 


3035 


25 


3054 


Nov. 1 


3092 
3093 
3329 


7 


3438 
3439 
3441 
3456 



3468 

3473 

3475 
3494 

13 3561 
15 3669 

3670 
3671 
3672 

3673 

3674 

3676 

3677 

3678 

3679 



309 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 



COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION— Continued 
1972 
Nov. 30 3908 David S. Wolman: 

Partial payment on contract, October 1972 $1,000.00 

3911 Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental, Oct. 25, 1972... 142.21 

Dec 1 4019 Ernest Petinaud: 

Partial payment on contract, Nov. 27, 1972 333.33 

4 4059 Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental, October 1972 38. 00 

IBM Corp.: 

6 4111 Transportation charge on line adapter cables, July 10, 1972 9.47 

4112 Microfiche tees, Sept. 28, 1972 25.50 

Materials for remodeling Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria: 
Cecil Equipment Co.— 

7 4151 Oct. 24,1972 885.92 

4152 Oct. 26,1972. 22.59 

4153 Oct. 12, 1972 _ 176.42 

4154 Columbia Electric Co., Oct. 20, 1972 113.68 

4155 Datapro Research Corp.: 

1-year subscription to DATAPRO 70, Oct. 3, 1972.. 290.00 

Materials for remodeling Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria: 

4156 Dominion Electric Co., Oct. 3, 1972. 129.30 

4157 Hudson Supply & Equipment Co., Sept. 29-Oct. 11, 1972.. 71.33 

4158 Rudolph & West Co., Oct. 20, 1972 _ 33.52 

4159 WESPACD.C: 

Reconditioning service for 4 printer ribbons, Oct. 27, 1972 20.27 

United Clay Products Co.: 

4161 Materials for remodeling Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria, Oct. 13, 1972 36. 06 

4162 Do.... 14.50 

4202 William Freeman: 

Reimbursement of registration fee for Association for Computing Machinery seminar 
series, Oct. 30-Nov. 20, 1972 35.00 

4203 Noah M.St. Claire: 

Reimbursement of registration fee for Association for Computing Machinery seminar 

series, Oct. 30-Nov. 20, 1972 35.09 

Xerox Corp.: 

8 4226 Placement charges and features, October 1972 61.94 

Equipment rental — 

4227 October 1972 352.50 

4228 Sept. 28-Oct. 31, 1972 61.28 

12 4262 Eugene L. Dinallo: 

Legal professional services rendered _. 1, 100.00 

13 4319 BASF Systems, Inc.: 

Rental of disc packs, Sept. 1-30, 1972. 14.60 

4320 Map Store, Inc.: 

1 polar projection centered on Washington, D.C 1.95 

4321 Howard G.Ulep: 

Reimbursement of registration fee for Association for Computing Machinery seminar 

series, Oct. 30-Nov. 20, 1972 35.01 

19 4407 Charles E.Graham: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, fr«m 
Washington, D.C, to Ottawa, Canada 8S.00 

4423 Charles Atkin: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Lansing, Mich., to Washington, D.C, round 
trip, Sept. 18-19,1972.. 126.50 

4424 George H.Gallup: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Philadelphia, Pa., Princeton, N.J., to Wash- 
ington, D.C, round trip, Sept. 19, 1972 62.00 

4425 Sidney Hollander: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Baltimore, Md., to Washington, D.C, round 

trip, Sept. 19, 1972. 29.36 

26 4499 Zolton A. Ferency: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Lansing, Mich., to Washington, D.C, round 
trip, Sept. 19, 1972 151.52 

4500 Charles E.Goodell: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York, N.Y., to Washington, D.C, round 
trip, Sept. 18, 1972... 76.88 

4501 Burns W. Roper: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York, N.Y., to Washington, D.C, round 
trip, Sept. 21, 1972 _ 76.88 

4502 Congressional Quarterly Service: 

1-year subscription, Jan. 31, 1973-74 144.00 

4521 Air Products & Chemicals, Inc.: 

Materials for remodeling Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria, Oct. 16, 1972 3. 35 

4522 Arnold Graphic Industries: 

Computer paper 2,407.76 

4523 BASF Systems: 

Rental of disc packs, Sept. 1-Oct. 30, 1972 233.60 

4524 Business Supplies Corp. of America : 

Mylar printer ribbons, Oct. 26, 1972 171.25 



310 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION— Continued 
1972 
Dec. 26 4525 Federal Data Corp.: 

Rental and maintenance for central processing unit and attachments, November 1972. $13, 800. 20 
Materials for remodeling Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria: 

4526 Hudson Supply & Equipment Co. Oct. 2, 1972 245.65 

4527 Ernest Maier, Inc.. Aug. 8. 1972 13.80 

4528 Mt. Vernon Clay Products Co., October 1972 31. 50 

4529 Metal Distributors, October 1972 208. 02 

National Cash Register Co.: 

Equipment rental — 

4530 July-August 1972. _ _L 350.00 

4531 July-September 1972 5,403.00 

Materials for remodeling Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria: 

4532 Thomas Somerville Co., Oct. 6, 1972 162.61 

"534 Black & Decker Manufacturing Co., Nov. 22, 1972 9.80 

4535 Cecil Equipment Co., Nov. 17, 1972 3.53 

4536 H. C. Craga Manufacturing Co., Nov. 15, 1972 67.00 

4538 Dominion Electric Supply Co., Inc., Nov. 3, 1972 168.09 

4539 Maurice Electric Supplv Co., Oct. 24, 1972 497.96 

4540 Metal Distributing Co., Inc., Nov. 17, 1972 44.36 

4560 Noland Co., Inc., Nov. 15, 1972 59.60 

4561 Rudolph & West Co., Nov. 24, 1972 136.63 

4562 TAB Products Co.: 

Repairs to decollator, Nov. 17, 1972 29.15 

4563 Washington Air Compressor Rental Co.: 

Materials for remodeling Longworth Carry Out and Cafeteria, Nov. 20,1972 420.00 

27 4619 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, October 1972 509. 08 

4654 DavidS. Wolman: 

Partial payment on contract, December 1972 1, 000. 00 

Salaries for 6 months 489,620.56 

Total paid from 1973 appropriations 592, 121.47 

COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS 

July 6 91 Red Carpet Inn: 

Rental of hearing room, Beaumont, Tex., June 10, 1S72 275.00 

Ward& Paul: 

Stenographic reporting— 

125 May 27, 1972.... 751.20 

126 June 10, 1972 619.20 

7 162 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. : 

Official telephone service, May 1972 245.21 

20 415 Thomas S. Foley, M.C.: 

Reimburse -..s.it for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New 

York City, N.Y., May 25, 1972. _ 103.00 

419 Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental. May 1972 91.17 

482 Reuben H. Donnelley Corp.: 

1-year subscription to Official Airline Guide, September 1972-73 35. 00 

499 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 1972 2, 107.24 

27 532 Ruth G. Taylor: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Houston and Beaumont, Tex., June 9-11, 1972 110.00 

28 603 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1S72 166.41 

Aug. 1 875 Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental, May 1972 813.64 

18 1248 Edward L.Weidenfeld: 

4 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Denver and 

Vail, Colo., June 25-23, 1972 140.00 

Sept. 27 2214 Robert H. Anthony: 

Full payment for services under contract, Feb. 26-Mar. 26, 1972 835. 00 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 6. 292.07 

July 27 531 Charles Conklin: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Denver, Colo., July 12-16,1972 - 77.00 

557 Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental, June 1972 i, -- - - 139.33 

Aug. 29 1349 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: „„,-«„ 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 1972 4, 919. 0u 

Sept. 6 1661 Xerox Corp.: „ JO „ 

Equipment rental, June 1972.. --- 343.41 

12 1751 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 1972 - 84-90 

27 2215 Charles Conklin: 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to San Francisco, Calif., Aug. 14-17, 1972 142. 20' 



311 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS— Continued 
1972 
Sept. 27 2233 Xerox Corp.: oc 

r» » Equipment rental, July 1972.. $92.95 

Oct. 4 2582 Charles Leppert, Jr.: 

2 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Denver, 

Colo., Billings, Mont., Powell, Wyo., and Chicago, III., Sept. 22-23, 1972 70.00 

16 2777 Jim T.Casey: 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Denver, 

Colo., Billings, Mont., and Powell, Wyo., Sept. 22-24, 1972. 105.00 

2778 Charles Conklin: 

Reimbursement for local transportation during round trip, from Washington, D.C., 
to Denver, Colo., Sept. 27-Oct. 1,1972 11-80 

2779 S. Susan Hanback: 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Denver, 

Colo., Billings, Mont., and Powell, Wyo., Sept. 22-24, 1972 105.00 

2794 Xerox Corp.: co 

Equipment rental, August 1972 -- 3°- M 

2847 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: ,-,.„„ 

Official travel for Members and staff, August 1972.. 1'4. 00 

2859 Minority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, August 1972 "■ 3tJ 

24 3036 Jim T.Casey: , JL . , 

3 days Der diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C.. to Sacramento, Calif., Oct. 12-14, 1972.. - 154.06 

3037 Abraham Kazen, Jr., M.C.: 

3 davs per diem incurred on travel, from San Antonio, Tex., t" Denver, Colo., Billings, 

Mont., Powell Wyo., and Washington, D.C., Sept. 22-24, 1972 105. 00 

26 3134 Charles Conklin: 

2 davs per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington. D.C., to Albuquerque, 

N Mex.,Oct. 10-14,1972.. -- --- 70.00 

Nov. 6 3403 Ward & Paul: -- --' , , ,_ 

Stenograohic reporting, Aug. 17. 1972.. _ - '•<w 

7 3443 ^."aoeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Aug. 31, 1972... - - 1/4. sd 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Sarasot3, 
Fla., Oct. 15-22, 1972.... — - - 669 - 20 

3755 Xerox Corp.: ma fin 

Equipment rental, September 1972 - --- IW.W 

3' davs Der diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Salt Lake 
City, Utah, Nov. 15-17,1972.. - 105.00 

7 dav oer diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Salt Lake 
City, Utah, Nov. 16-17, 1972 - - 7 0-00 

3I 3 davs per deini incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Salt Lake 

City, Utah, Nov. 15-17,1972.... - 105 - 00 

Dec. 4 4037 Charles Conklin.^ .^^ m ^^ round ^