A list of creditors of real estate investor Dominic F. Antonelli Jr. in Thursday's Business section included some entities with names similar to those not on the list. Jefferson Bank & Trust was not on the list. (Published 12/8/90)

Citicorp lent more money to real estate investor Dominic F. Antonelli Jr. on the strength of his personal guarantee than any other lender, according to a document unsealed this week in U.S. District Court in Alexandria.

Antonelli, who has been fighting to avoid bankruptcy, had guaranteed repayment of $111 million of loans outstanding from the New York banking giant as of Aug. 31, the document showed.

Sovran bank of Virginia ranked second on the list of 36 lenders with guaranteed Antonelli loans of $67.2 million, followed by American Security Bank with loans of $50 million and Maryland National Bank with loans of $40.7 million. American Security and Maryland National are both subsidiaries of MNC Financial Inc.

The list of Antonelli's debts is part of a preliminary repayment agreement he has negotiated with many of his lenders. A federal judge made the document public after the Washington Times asked the court to unseal it.

The agreement had been a sealed exhibit in a pending lawsuit by creditor Chase Manhattan Bank seeking to block the repayment agreement.

The agreement, which is subject to further negotiation, calls for Antonelli to gradually sell almost all his holdings for the collective benefit of his creditors. It would guarantee Antonelli and his wife, Judith, an annual allowance of $600,000.

Antonelli and a committee of his bankers fashioned the plan as an alternative to a costly and constraining bankruptcy proceeding.

Antonelli personally owed 36 lenders $548.4 million as of Aug. 31, the document said. That did not reflect Antonelli's total borrowing. It excluded loans he had restructured already, amounts previously repaid and debts related to particular real estate projects for which he was not personally liable.

The document discloses the vast personal holdings of a man who has taken pains to keep details of his business private. It shows Antonelli's interests in more than 170 partnerships and various publicly traded corporations, including lenders, such as Perpetual Financial Corp. and James Madison Ltd.

DOMINIC F. ANTONELLI JR.'S OUTSTANDING

LOAN GUARANTEES AS OF 8/31/90

LENDER......................................AMOUNT

Citicorp..............................$111,007,462

Sovran (Va.)............................67,165,032

American Security.......................50,238,138

Maryland National.......................40,702,392

First Union.............................38,054,500

Bank of Baltimore.......................30,612,243

Crestar.................................27,589,745

Chase Manhattan.........................14,105,000

Marine Midland..........................12,750,000

Barnett Bank............................12,691,937

Second National.........................11,780,000

Crown Life..............................10,400,000

M.O.N.Y.................................10,100,000

Citizens (Md.)..........................10,000,000

NBW......................................9,170,584

Sovran (D.C.)............................7,975,000

Madison..................................7,758,145

Signet...................................7,394,894

Security Pacific.........................7,000,000

Riggs....................................6,928,799

Continental Federal......................6,752,071

United National..........................6,250,000

First American (D.C.)....................6,000,000

Vienna Finance...........................5,900,000

Sovran (Md.).............................5,308,747

Columbia First...........................5,000,000

Baltimore Federal........................4,500,000

Travelers................................3,559,024

Central Fidelity.........................2,937,000

Bank Hapoalim............................2,000,000

Confederation Life.......................1,941,000

First American (Va.).....................1,400,000

Jefferson................................1,359,100

Citizens (D.C.)............................998,960

Southeast Bank.............................666,667

Shoney's...................................417,075

TOTAL.................................$548,413,515

D.F. Antonelli Jr.'s "Interim Collateral Commitment Agreement" with creditors.