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 Wyche Fowler Jr. (D-Ga.)Agriculture, Nutrition,and Forestry;Appropriations;Budget committees

1989 Honoraria

$2,000 from RJR Nabisco Inc., Feb. 10

$2,000 from Northrop Corp., Feb. 20

$2,000 from National Restaurant Association, Feb. 21

$2,000 from National Association of Home Builders, Feb. 27

$2,000 from National Education Association, March 4

$1,000 from Florida Sugar Cane League, March 17

$1,000 from National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, March 28

$500 from National Telephone Cooperative Association, Apri1 24

$2,000 from Smokeless Tobacco Council, May 11

$1,500 from Frito-Lay Inc., May 18

$2,000 from Connell Rice & Sugar Co., July 6

$2,000 from The Equitable, July 10

$2,000 from Brown & Williamson Tobacco Co., July 31

$2,000 from the Tobacco Institute, Sept. 8

$1,500 from Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Oct. 12

$2,000 from Sun Diamond, Oct. 16

$1,500 from Chicago Board of Trade, Oct. 20

$2,000 from Salomon Brothers, Oct. 30

$2,000 from Philip Morris Inc., Nov. 27

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

........................................................$26,000

Phil Gramm (R-Tex.)Appropriations;Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs; Budget

1989 Honoraria

$2,000 from American Farm Bureau Federation, Jan. 9

$2,000 from Financial Institutions Roundtable, Jan. 19

$1,000 from Heritage Foundation, Jan. 26

$2,000 from National Association of Wholesale Distributors, Jan. 31

$500 from CATO Institute, Feb. 23

$2,000 from National Ready Mix Concrete Association, Feb. 28

$200 from CNN/Turner Broadcasting, March 4

$1,000 from National Association of Credit Associations, March 6

$2,000 from National Association of Home Builders, March 13

$2,000 from Grocery Manufacturers of America, April 20

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

$1,500 from Institutional Investors Institute, May 16

$2,000 from Occidental Chemical Corp., May 17

$1,000 from Naval Submarine League, June 8

$2,000 from American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, June 21

$2,000 from Chocolate Manufacturers Association/National Confectioners Association, July 26

$2,000 from National Automobile Dealers Association, Sept. 20

$2,000 from A.B. Laffer & Associates, Sept. 28

$2,000 from National Soft Drink Association, Oct. 16

$2,000 from Texas Society of Architects, Oct. 23

$500 from Independent Petroleum Association, Oct. 29

$2,000 from American Gas Association, Oct. 30

$2,000 from National Retail Merchants, Nov. 8

$2,000 from Chemical Manufacturers Association, Nov. 14

$75 from the New York Times, Nov. 16

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

........................................................$33,140

Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa)Appropriations;Budget;Judiciary;Special on Aging;Small Business

1989 Honoraria

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

$1,000 from Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, May 8

$2,000 from National Association of Broadcasters, May 17

$2,000 from American Appraisal Associates, June 2

$1,500 from National Cable Television Association, June 5

$1,000 from Corn Refiners Association, June 22

$1,000 from Brown & Williamson Tobacco Co., June 27

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

$2,000 from Pfizer Inc., July 10

$1,500 from Washington Tax Seminars, July 20

$1,000 from the Kentucky Financial Group, Aug. 22

$2,000 from Associated General Contractors, Sept. 19

$1,000 from Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, Sept. 29

$2,000 from American Leadership Conference, Oct. 19

$2,000 from Coleman/Bartlett Washington Focus, Nov. 2

$2,000 from National Trucking Industrial Relations Association, Dec. 12

$500 from Allstate Casualty & Property Insurance Co., Dec. 14

$2,000 from International Management & Development Institute, Dec. 14

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

........................................................$39,900

Jesse Helms (R-N.C.)Agriculture,Nutrition,and Forestry;Foreign Relations;Rules and Administration;Select on Ethics

1989 Honoraria

$2,000 from the Tobacco Institute, Jan. 16

$2,000 from Grocery Manufacturers of America, Jan. 28

$2,000 RJR Nabisco Inc., Feb. 7

$2,000 from U.S. Tobacco Co., March 23

$150 from the New York Times, April 4

$1,000 from Society of American Florists, April 12

$1,000 from American Soybean Association, April 28

$2,000 from American Family Corp., May 1

$2,000 from American Leadership Conference, May 4

$2,000 from U.S. Sugar Cane Refiners Association, Aug. 4

$500 from Burson-Marsteller, Sept. 23

$2,000 from Philip Morris Management Corp., Sept. 28

$2,000 from the Eagle Forum, Oct. 27

$2,000 from Virginia Farm Bureau, Nov. 27

$2,000 from Savannah Foods & Industries Inc., Dec. 6

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

.....................................................$26,500

NOTE: Some members give a portion or all of their honoraria to charity. Senators may retain up to 40 percent of their congressional pay in honoraria.

Compiled by Ralph Gaillard Jr. -- The Washington Post