HONORARIA COLLECTED BY AREA REPRESENTATIVES, 1989 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

WALTER E. FAUNTROY (D-D.C.)

Committees: Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs;

District of Columbia; Select Narcotics Abuse and Control

Total honoraria accepted: $61,420

Florida State University, Jan 13 ..........................$1,500

Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Jan. 14 .........$1,000

Colby College, Jan. 16 ....................................$1,500

Jersey City Medical College, Jan. 25 ......................$1,500

American Federation of Government Employees Jan. 27 .......$1,000

University of Florida, Feb. 5 .............................$1,500

University of Northern Colorado-Greeley, Feb. 7 ...........$1,500

Wofford College, Feb. 8 ...................................$1,500

Mississippi State University, Feb. 9 ......................$1,500

Mississippi County Black Cultural Society .................$1,500

Glassboro State College, Feb. 15 ..........................$1,500

University of Northern Colorado-Boulder, Feb. 18 ..........$1,500

University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Feb. 19 ...........$1,500

University of Richmond, Feb. 20 ...........................$1,540

Amherst Inc., Feb 25 ......................................$1,500

Bright Light Baptist Church, Feb. 25 ....................... $300

South West University, Feb. 28 ............................$2,000

Indiana State Teachers, March 4 ...........................$1,500

Maharry Medical College, March 14 .......................... $500

Holy Cross College, March 18 ..............................$1,500

St. Johnson Air Force Base, March 23 ......................$1,500

Christian-Jewish Conference, March 27 ...................... $700

Chicago Board of Education, April 7 .......................$2,000

Black Workers Alliance, April 22 ..........................$1,000

Black Leadership Council, April 22 ........................$2,000

Blacks in Government Seminar, April 28 ....................$1,500

Central State University, May 22 ..........................$1,500

Detroit Area Business Group Inc., June 18 .................. $800

Compton Community College, June 23 ........................$1,500

Reconciliation Church, June 24 ............................$1,500

YMCA-Cincinnati, June 28 ..................................$2,000

Metropolitan Dade County, July 14 .........................$1,500

Southeast Association of Community Action Agency, Aug 9....$2,000

NAACP-Portland, Sept. 22 ..................................$1,500

NAACP-Culpepper Oct. 14 .................................... $700

Missionary Baptist Church, Oct. 17 ........................$1,500

NAACP, Erie, Oct 19 .......................................$1,500

National Association of Public Service Executives, Oct. 27 $1,500

Grove-Psi-Grove Fellowship Inc., Oct. 28 ................... $500

Tabernacle Baptist, Nov. 12 ...............................$1,200

Tulane University, Novr 13 ................................$1,000

NAACP-Reading, Nov. 19 ....................................$1,500

Donated to Charity ....................................$35,564.15

MARYLAND

ROY DYSON (D -- Md.)

Committees: Agriculture; Armed Services; Merchant Marine

and Fisheries

Total Honoraria accepted: NONE

Donated to charity: NONE

STENY HOYER (D-Md.)

Committees: Appropriations

Total honoraria accepted: NONE

Donated to charity: NONE

Constance A. Morella (R-Md.)

Committees: Post Office and Civil Service;

Science, Space and Technology

Select on Aging

TOM MCMILLEN (D-Md.)

Committees: Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs;

Science, Space and Technology

Total honoraria accepted: $21,300

McIntosh Hamson Hoare Govett Inc., Jan. 12 ...............$2,000

Securities Industry Association, Jan. 12 .................$2,000

American Institute of Certified Public

Accountants, Feb. 7 ......................................$1,000

District of Columbia Institute of Certified

Public Accountants, Feb. 27 ............................... $500

Council for Advancement and Support of Education,

March 16 ...................................................$300

Graphic Communications International Union, April 19 .....$1,000

National Association of Realtors, April 28 ...............$1,000

National Cable Television Association Inc., April 30 .....$1,500

National Home Builders Association, June 30 ..............$2,000

Rockwell International, July 24 ..........................$1,000

University of Nevada, Sept. 28 ...........................$1,000

American Bankers Association, Oct. 30.....................$2,000

Coffield, Ungretti, Harris & Slavin, Nov. 3 ..............$2,000

American Medical Association, Dec. 11 ....................$1,000

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants,

Dec. 20 ..................................................$2,000

Distilled Spirits Council, Dec. 20........................$2,000

Donated to charity......................................$21,3000

VIRGINIA

STAN PARRIS (R-Va.)

Committees: Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs;

District of Columbia; Interior and Insular Affairs;

Select on Narcotics Abuse and Control

Total honoraria accepted: $7,200

The Washington Post....................................... $200

Stewart Metro Title Co. .................................. $500

Northrop Corp. ..........................................$2,000

American Bankers Association ............................$2,000

New Continental Congress ................................. $500

F.W. Dodge Co. ..........................................$2,000

Donated to charity: ...................................... NONE

D. FRENCH SLAUGHTER JR. (R-Va.)

Committees: Judiciary; Science, Space and Technology;

Small Business

Total honoraria accepted: NONE

Donated to charity: NONE

FRANK R. WOLF (R-Va.)

Committees: Appropriations; Select on Children,

Youth and Families; Select Hunger

Total honoraria accepted: NONE

Donated to charity: NONE

SOURCE: House Financial disclosure statements

NOTES: Some dates were not available for honoria. House Members may keep up to 30 percent of their congressional pay in honoraria.