MONDAY: President Clinton speaks in New Orleans to American Federation of Teachers convention.

TUESDAY: King Hussein of Jordan visits France. Press preview in Liverpool, England, of childhood home of former Beatle Paul McCartney, which the National Trust opens to public this summer.WEDNESDAY: Julie Russell, woman walking across Kansas to publicize the plight of those in poverty, scheduled to arrive at statehouse in Topeka.

THURSDAY: The 50th annual Emmy nominations are released. Nation's first concrete street in Bellefontaine, Ohio, is scheduled to reopen to traffic, seven years after it was closed for repairs.

FRIDAY: Utah celebrates Days of '47. Gilroy, Calif., celebrates its garlic harvest with a festival. Japan's Liberal Democratic Party to choose its next leader to replace outgoing Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto. Colin Powell speaks in Independence, Mo., at ceremony commemorating President Truman's order 50 years ago to desegregate the armed forces.

SATURDAY: President Clinton scheduled to speak in Norfolk, Va., at commissioning of aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman.