Listed below are the honoraria of some senators who declined to disclose all of their speaking fees to The Washington Post's Honoraria Scorecard during the last year.

This chart is based on congressional financial disclosure statements released in May. Senator Wendell H. Ford (D-Ky.) Commerce, Science and Transportation;Energy and Natural Resources;Rules and Administration;Joint Printing committees

1989 Honoraria

$2,000 from American Insurance Association Inc., March 2

$2,000 from RJR Nabisco, March 15

$1,000 from American Association of Airport Executives, April 4

$2,000 from National Beer Wholesalers' Association, April 5

$2,000 from the Fertilizer Institute, April 18

$2,000 from American Society of Association Executives, June 2

$1,000 from American Association of Airport Executives, June 14

$2,000 from Distilled Spirits Council, June 16

$2,000 from National Association of Broadcasters, July 10

$2,000 from Coalition Against Regressive Taxation, Aug. 1

$2,000 from National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Sept. 7

$2,000 from Texas Gas Transmission Corp., Sept. 11

$2,000 from U.S. Tobacco Co., Sept. 13

$2,000 from Interstate Natural Gas Association, Oct. 16

......................................Total 1988 Honoraria

...................................................$28,500

SenatorTrent Lott (R-Miss.)Armed Services;Commerce,Science and Transportation;Select on Ethics;Small Business

$2,000 from National Association of Realtors, Jan. 11

$1,000 from National Restaurant Association, Jan. 23

$2,000 from National-American Wholesale Grocers' Association, Feb. 1

$2,000 from BellSouth Inc., Feb. 6

$2,000 from the Tobacco Institute, Feb. 7

$2,000 from American Association of Advertising Agencies, Feb. 7

$500 from U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Feb. 7

$3,000 from Wholesale Distributors Political Education Committee, Feb. 22 $1,000 from Lamar Corp., March 1

$500 from Headrick Outdoor Inc., March 1

$250 from Outdoor Communications, March 1

$250 from Cameron Inc., March 1

$1,000 from Capitol Forum, March 1

$2,000 from Pressure Sensitive Tape Council, March 1

$1,000 from Gold & Liebengood, March 6

$2,000 from Food Marketing Institute, March 8

$400 from Brookings Institution, March 21

$2,000 from Associated Builders and Contractors Inc., March 21

$200 from Turner Broadcasting, March 21

$2,000 from American Advertising Federation, April 14

$2,000 from Independent Insurance Agents of America, April 16

$2,000 from CBS Records, May 15

$2,000 from Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp., May 31

$2,000 from A.B. Laffer & Associates, June 1

$2,000 from Grocery Manufacturers of America, June 6

$400 from Brookings Institution, June 13

$1,000 from National Commercial Finance Association, June 16

$2,000 from National Federation of Independent Business, June 29

$2,000 from Marketing & Training Institute, July 11

$1,000 from Electric Power Association of Mississippi, Sept. 23

$2,000 from Philip Morris Management Corp., Sept. 26

$1,000 from National Sash & Door Jobbers Association, Nov. 17

$200 from Turner Broadcasting, Dec. 6

$1,000 from Association of American Railroads

......................................Total 1988 Honoraria

...................................................$32,500

SenatorDon Nickles (R-Okla.)Appropriations;Budget;Energy and Natural Resources

$2,000 from Baker Industries, Jan. 11

$2,000 from National Association of Broadcasters, Jan. 19

$1,000 from Pipeline Dinner Group, Jan. 30

$2,000 from the Fertilizer Institute, Jan. 31

$2,000 from National Cotton Council, Feb. 2

$2,000 from Smokeless Tobacco Council, Feb. 7

$2,000 from National Association of Manufacturers, March 7

$2,000 from Interstate Natural Gas Association, March 11

$500 from Corning Glass Works, April 3

$1,000 from United States Telephone Association, April 13

$2,000 from National Association of Realtors, April 17

$1,000 from National Soybean Processors Association, April 27

$2,000 from AT&T Co., May 2

$2,000 from National Burglar and Fire Alarm Association, May 3

$2,000 from Printing Industries of America, May 5

$1,000 from National Association of Water Companies, May 12

$200 from Northwestern Oklahoma State University, May 16

$2,000 from COMSAT, May 24

$2,000 from Health Education Resources Foundation, June 22

$1,000 from American Bakers Association, June 23

$2,000 from Oklahoma State University, June 29

$1,000 from National Food Processors Association, July 10

$1,500 from Electronic Industries Association, July 12

$2,000 from Texas Independent Producers, July 17

$400 from Brookings Institution, July 24

$100 from National Presbyterian Church, Aug. 18

$2,000 from American Bankers Association, Aug. 18

$2,000 from National Restaurant Association, Sept. 18

$2,000 from National Petroleum Refiners Association, Sept. 25

$2,000 from National Auto Dealers Association, Oct. 11

$100 from Dow Jones & Co., Nov. 14

$1,000 from National Coal Association, Nov. 16

......................................Total 1988 Honoraria

...................................................$36,500

NOTE: Some members give a portion or all of their honoraria to charity. Senators may keep up to 40 percent of their congressional pay in honoraria. Compiled by Ralph Gaillard Jr. -- The Washington Post