Monday, July 15, 1996
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Falls City, Neb. - Hearing for Dennis Ryan, charged with first-degree murder in torture slaying at a survivalist camp.
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.