Guest List for Havel State DinnerThe Associated Press , Associated Press
Sep. 16, 1998 9:16 PM ET
Undated Guest list for state dinner in honor of Czech President Vaclav Havel, as provided by the White House:
President Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Vice President Al Gore and Tipper Gore.
President Vaclav Havel and Mrs. Dagmar Havlova.
Jan Kavan, minister of foreign affairs.
Vladmir Tosovsky, governor of the Czech Republic Bank.
Alexandr Vondra, ambassador of the Czech Republic to the United States, and Mrs. Martina Vondrova.
Jaromir Novotny, first deputy prime minister.
Ladislav Spacek, spokesman for president.
Jiri Pehe, director of the political department, office of the president.
Ladislav Mravec, director general of the political section, ministry of foreign affairs.
Mirolav Sklenar, chief of protocol, office of the president.
Helena Opolecka, director general of the section for the ministry of foreign affairs.
Roman Leszczynski, director general of the secretariat for the Czech National Bank.
Jerry Abramson, mayor of Louisville, and wife, Madeline.
Madeleine Albright, secretary of state, and Katherine Silva, special assistant, Department of Education.
Bruce Babbitt, secretary of the interior, and Harriet Babbitt, deputy administrator, U.S. Agency for International Development.
Rep. Douglas Bereuter, R-Neb., and wife, Louise.
Samuel R. Berger, assistant to the president for national security affairs, and wife, Susan.
Robert Bernstein, founding chairman, Human Rights Watch, and wife, Helen.
Diane Blair, chairwoman, Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Erskine Bowles, chief of staff to the president, and wife, Crandall.
John Broder, White House correspondent, New York Times, and Karolyn Wallace, independent film maker.
Zbigniew Brzezinski, counselor, The Center for Strategic and International Studies, and Emilie Brzezinski, sculptor.
Harvey Cauthen, chairman and CEO Cauthen and Associates, and Florence Cauthen, U.S. Marshal, middle district of Alabama.
Lee Clancey, mayor, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Robert Clancey, sales representative Clancey Company.
Betsy Cohn, executive board, New Dramatist, and Alan Cohn, managing director, Schroders.
Sen. Kent Conrad, D-N.D., and Lucy Calautti, chief of staff for Sen. Byron Dorgan.
Rep. Pat Danner, D-Mo., and Mark Meyer, businessman.
William Cohen, secretary of defense, and wife, Cohen.
Rep. Norman Dicks, D-Wash., and Susan Dicks, general secretary, U.S. Capitol Historical Society.
Thomas Dine, president, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Inc. , and wife, Joan.
Robert Doubek, president American Friends of the Czech Republic, and Karen Kendig.
Archie Dunham, president and CEO of Conoco, and wife, Dunham.
Mia Farrow, actress, and Matthew Previn, attorney, Wilmer, Cutler and Pickering.
Rep. Vic Fazio, D-Calif., and wife, Judy Fazio.
Stephen Flanagan, special assistant to the president for central and eastern European affairs, and Lynn Flanagan, attorney/adviser, Department of Agriculture.
Mary Mel French, chief of protocol, and Matthew Gorman, senior vice president, Blaylock and Partners.
Charles Gati, senior vice president, Interinvest, and Toby Gati, senior international advisor, Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer and Field, L.L.P.
Mark Gearan, director, The Peace Corps, and wife, Mary Herlihy-Gearan.
Rep. Samuel Gejdenson, D-Conn., and Mary Jane Burt, entrepreneur.
Rep. Benjamin Gilman, R-N.Y., and wife, Georgia.
Marc Grossman, assistant secretary of state for European and Canadian affairs, and Mildred Patterson, managing director for the Office of Visa Securities, U.S. Department of State.
Sen. Charles Hagel, R-Neb., and wife, Lilibet.
Rep. Jane Harman, D-Calif., and Sidney Harman, chairman and CEO of Harman International Industries, Inc.
John Harris, staff writer, The Washington Post, and Ann O'Hanlon, staff writer, The Washington Post.
Paul T. Hiavinka, attorney, Hiavinka and Associates, and Kimberly Hiavinka, senior vice president, Healthcare Insurance Services, Inc.
Eric Holder, deputy attorney general, and Sharon Malone, Foxhall OG-BYN Associates.
Jaromir Jagr, forward, The Pittsburgh Penguins.
Lubomir Kavalek, international chess grand master, and Irene Kavalek, librarian, U.S. Geological Survey.
Lane Kirkland and Irena Kirkland.
Henry Kissinger, chairman Kissinger Associates, Inc. and wife, Nancy.
Howie Klein, president reprise Records, and Bryan Scott Johnson, University of Washington.
Kevin Klose, director, U.S. International Broadcasting Bureau, and Deborah Taylor Ashford, partner, Hogan and Hartson, L.L.P.
Charles Koch, chairman emeritus, Charter One Financial, Inc. and wife, Elizabeth.
Rep. Tom Lantos, D-Calif., and Annette Lantos.
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Texas, and Gerald Womack, district director for Rep. Lee.
Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., and Barbara Levin, Energy Conservation Devices.
Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Ind., and wife, Charlene.
Lewis Manilow, chairman, Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy.
Kathleen McGinty, chair, White House Council on Environmental Quality, and Karl Hausker, project director, Center for Strategic and International Studies.
Robert McNamara, artistic director, Scene Theater, and Amy Schmidt, managing director, Scene Theater.
Jan Nowak, former vice president, The Polish American Congress.
Paulina Porizkova, model and actress, and Ric Ocasek, music producer, artist.
Thomas Pouliot, commander in chief, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and wife, Shirley.
Lou Reed, artist, and Laurie Anderson, artist.
Andrew Reyes, CEO, Wilson, Reyes and Associates, and Nathan Shane Wolf, executive vice president, Seyer Communications, Inc.
John Richard, president Czechoslovak National Council of America and Anne Marie Richard.
Jeremy Rosner, vice president Greenberg Quinlan Research, and Laurie Duker.
Sen. William Roth, D-Del., and John Duncan, administrative assistant to Sen. Roth.
John Shalikashvili, former chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and wife, Joan.
Henry Shelton, chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and wife, Carolyn.
Eric Sklar, chairman, Burrito Brothers, and wife, Erica.
Gene Sperling, assistant to the president for economic policy and director of the National Economic Council, and Michael Sperling, attorney.
James Steinberg, deputy assistant to the president, national security affairs, and Sherburne Abbott.
Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, and Catherine Stevens, executive director, The Terra Foundation for the Arts.
Stephanie Streett, assistant to the president, director of presidential scheduling, and Donald Erbach, political director for Sen. Tom Harkin.
Strobe Talbott, deputy secretary of state, and Brooke Shearer, senior adviser, Department of the Interior.
Mark Talisman, president, Project Judaica Foundation, and Jill Talisman.
Charles Vanik, former U.S. representative, and Betty Vanik.
Kurt Vonnegut, author, and Jill Krementz, author and photographer.
Jenonne Walker, U.S. ambassador to the Czech Republic.
Marion Wiesel, vice president, The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity, and Arnold Thaler, vice president, The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity.
James Lee Witt, director, Federal Emergency Management Agency, and wife, Lea Ellen Witt.
Stevie Wonder, entertainer, and Brian LaRoda, personal assistant to Mr. Wonder, and Keita Morris.