National & World Events
Here is the Associated Press list
of national and foreign events for this week.

Monday, July 15, 1996

Economic Reports

The following economic reports will be issued in Washington (all times EDT):

MONDAY: Commerce Department releases May business inventories, 10 a.m.

TUESDAY: Labor Department releases June consumer prices, 8:30 a.m.; Federal Reserve releases June industrial production, 9:15 a.m.

WEDNESDAY: Commerce Department releases June housing starts, 8:30 a.m.

THURSDAY: Commerce Department releases June international trade, 8:30 a.m.; Labor Department releases weekly jobless claims, 8:30 a.m.

SUNDAY, July 14

Fajardo, Puerto Rico - National Governor's Association convention.

Paris - Bastille Day marks 207th anniversary of the storming of Bastille prison and beginning of French Revolution. Military parade down Champs-Elysees, garden party at presidential Elysee Palace and fireworks at Eiffel Tower.

Rome - Fashion shows. Through July 17.

Christchurch, New Zealand - Meeting of trade ministers from the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum nations. Through July 16.

Jakarta, Indonesia - President Suharto returns from medical checkup in Germany.

Kansas City, Mo. - Opening of four-day International Agricultural Summit to discuss agricultural issues and promote economic growth in agriculture.

San Antonio, Texas - Great Wall China Adoption workshop on adopting children from China.

Lake Buena Vista - Beginning of Space Week; 20 exhibitors, including NASA, McDonnall Douglas, Boeing and Kennedy Space Center, demonstrate the latest space technology.

MONDAY, July 15

Washington - Congress is in session.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad off to visit Kazakstan.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Visit by International Monetary Fund chief Michel Camdessus.

Athens, Greece - U.S. ambassadors Richard Beattie and Madeleine Albright arrive for talks with Greek officials on Cyprus, Greek-Turkish relations.

Louisville, Ky. - Scheduled tobacco company deposition of former Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp. executive Jeffrey Wigand.

Frankfort, Ky. - Tobacco Task Force.

Space Center, Houston - Tentative pre-flight briefings for next space shuttle mission.

Jackson, Wis. - First of 28 stops on "Freedom Tour" by Wisconsin anti-abortion group Missionaries to the Preborn.

TUESDAY, July 16

Leavenworth, Kan. - Parole hearing for former sailor Terry Helvey, convicted in the 1992 slaying of a gay sailor in Japan.

Hastings, Neb. - Environmental Protection Agency demonstrates sprinkler irrigation system that waters crops and treats contaminated groundwater (east of Hastings at junction of U.S. Highway 6 and Bypass 6).

Waco, Texas - Baylor University athletic department send-off for Olympic sprinter Michael Johnson.


Colombo, Sri Lanka - State Board of Investment chairman Tilan Wijesinghe speaks to the Foreign Media Journalists' Organization on methods to attract investors to Sri Lanka despite civil war and power cuts.

Jakarta, Indonesia - Twentieth anniversary of formal annexation of East Timor.

Green Bay, Wis. - Packer quarterback Brett Favre news conference about his stay in a substance abuse treatment center.

Louisville, Ky. - Hillerich & Bradsby's Slugger Museum opens in downtown Louisville.

Jarratt, Va. - Execution of Joseph Savino, who beat his lover to death.

Lincoln, Neb. - Execution of child killer John Joubert.

Lincoln, Neb. - University of Nebraska football coach Tom Osborne may testify in attempted murder trial of football player Riley Washington.


Budapest, Hungary - Official visit by Dalai Lama.

Falls City, Neb. - Hearing for Dennis Ryan, charged with first-degree murder in torture slaying at a survivalist camp.

FRIDAY, July 19

Washington - President Clinton to travel to Atlanta.

Jakarta, Indonesia - Annual Association of Southeast Asian Nations meeting, ASEAN regional forum and post-ministerial conclave.

Singapore - Former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew discusses current affairs with trade union leaders.

Cleveland - Opening ceremony for the Great Lakes Science Center.

Cleveland - Start of two-day Pez-A-Mania, a display of Pez candy and Pez-related items.

Wichita, Kan. - Start of three-day Operation Rescue reunion, marking the fifth anniversary of anti-abortion demonstrations that resulted in more than 2,700 arrests in Wichita.

Austin, Texas - Center For Rural Health Initiatives hears public testimony on rural health care issues.

McAllen, Texas - Ringleader in an alien smuggling case expected to plead guilty in federal court.

Chippewa Falls, Wis. - Hearing for alleged militia man Kenneth L. Moucha on charges of stealing $7,000 of electricity by reversing a meter.


Dayton, Ohio - United States Air and Trade Show begins two-day run; Aviation Hall of Fame inducts new members.

SUNDAY, July 21

Kandy, Sri Lanka - Kandy Esala Perahera, the country's main annual Buddhist religious procession. Through July 31.

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