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  •   Who's Coming to Dinner

    Take a look at the list of organizers who helped land the donors for the National Republican Senatorial Committee fundraiser on Nov. 5. Robert Wood Johnson IV served as the event's general chairman, and William E. Timmons was in charge of fundraising in Washington, D.C. Donors who either gave or raised $100,000 or more were designated vice chairmen of the dinner. Deputy vice chairmen were those who gave $45,000 or more.

    Nancy Brinker

    CSX Corporation

    R. Mitchell Delk, Freddie Mac

    Bill Hecht

    Carl H. Lindner

    James F. Miller

    National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors

    Philip Morris Companies, Inc.

    Mr. & Mrs. Heinz C. Prechter

    Walter V. Shipley

    John R. Vogt, The Bond Market Association


    Richard Belas

    Nicholas E. Calio

    James E. Cayne, President & CEO, Bear Stearns & Co.

    Daniel J. Conway, The Chubb Corporation

    Thomas J. Donohue

    Federal Express

    C. Manly Molpus, Grocery Manufacturers of America

    Edward R. Hamberger, Baker, Donelson, Bearman & Caldwell

    J. Steven Hart

    Charles A. Heimbold, Jr.

    John D. Heubusch

    International Paper

    MCI Communications Corporation

    Albert E. Mitchler

    W. Henson Moore

    Barbara Morris-Lent, Bell Atlantic

    John J. Motley, III, National Retail Federation

    Patrick E. O'Donnell

    Owens-Illinois, Inc.

    Pfizer Inc.

    R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.

    Jim Smith & Tim Locke, The Smith-Free Group

    Smokeless Tobacco Council


    Travelers Group

    United Parcel Service

    U.S. West

    Fred Webber

    Michael Wilson, Florida Power & Light Co.

    Ralph Vinovich, Vice President, Tobacco Institute

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