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30630 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

Dated: June 1, 1995. DEPARTMENT OF STATE compilation includes reports of both Robert D. Stillman, tangible gifts and gifts of travel expenses [Public Notice 2215] Associate Administrator for Investment. of more than minimal value, as defined [FR Doc. 95–14195 Filed 6–8–95; 8:45 am] Office of Protocol; Gifts to Federal by statute. BILLING CODE 8025±01±M Employees From Foreign Government Publication of this listing in the Sources Reported to Employing Federal Register is required by Section Agencies in Calendar Year 1994 7342(f) of title 5, United States Code, as added by section 515(a)(1) of the The Department of State submits the Foreign Relations Authorization Act, following comprehensive listing of the Fiscal Year 1978 (Public Law 95–105, statements which, as required by law, August 17, 1977, 91 Stat. 865). Federal employees filed with their employing agencies during calendar Dated: April 13, 1995 year 1994 concerning gifts received from Richard Moose, foreign governments sources. The Under Secretary for Management.

AGENCY: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current government ance Government disposition or location

President ...... 4′ scroll that bears Chinese char- Mr. Chen Jie, Foreign Affairs Of- Non-acceptance would cause em- acters on brocade paper. fice, Huaibei People's Govern- barrassment to donor and U.S. RecdÐJanuary 5, 1994. Est. ment, People's Republic of Government. ValueÐ$1,200. Archive Foreign. China. President ...... 19′′ glass scepter, with brown His Excellency, Valeriy Shmarov, Non-acceptance would cause em- glass handle and brown spikes. Deputy Prime Minister of barrassment to donor and U.S. RecdÐJanuary 6, 1994. Est. . Government. ValueÐ$1,500. Archive Foreign. President ...... Sterling silver clipper ship model His Excellency Ruud Lubbers, Non-acceptance would cause em- and wooden stand. Approx. 9′′ Prime Minister of the Nether- barrassment to donor and U.S. x 8′′. RecdÐJanuary 10, 1994. lands. Government. Est. ValueÐ$600. Archive For- eign. President ...... Framed Turkish tapestry that in- Her Excellency Tansu Ciller, Non-acceptance would cause em- corporates a portrait of the Prime Minister of the Republic barrassment to donor and U.S. President. RecdÐJanuary 12, of . Government. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,400. Ar- chive Foreign. President ...... Gold-toned saxophone with moth- His Excellency Vaclav Havel, Non-acceptance would cause em- er-of-pearl keys and the en- President of the Czech Republic. barrassment to donor and U.S. graved signature of President Government. Havel, made by Amati Krasilce. RecdÐJanuary 18, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,800. Archive Foreign. President ...... (1) Porcelain blue and white stat- His Excellency , Non-acceptance would cause em- ue of the President holding a President of the Russian Fed- barrassment to donor and U.S. saxophone, made in . (2) eration. Government. Green marble mantel striking clock with ormolu mounts and an eagle on a pedestal holding three crowns. Approx. 161¤2′′ x 21′′. (3) Framed photograph of the President with Boris Yeltsin. RecdÐJanuary 18, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,800. Archive Foreign. President ...... (1) Brown and green glass vase His Excellency Leonid Kravchuk, Non-acceptance would cause em- that bears abstract designs. President of Ukraine. barrassment to donor and U.S. Approx. 10′′. (2) Portrait of the Government. President etched on a grain of rice and set in a lucite box with magnifying glass. RecdÐJanu- ary 11, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$850. Archive Foreign. President ...... Blue leather scrapbook that con- His Excellency Michal Kovac, Non-acceptance would cause em- tains various articles and photo- President of the Slovak Repub- barrassment to donor and U.S. graphs from the Slovak Repub- lic. Government. lic. Approx. 13′′ x 16′′. RecdÐ January 15, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $850. Archive Foreign. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30631

AGENCY: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current government ance Government disposition or location

President ...... Green cut-crystal bowl, made by His Excellency Jean-Luc Non-acceptance would cause em- Val St. Lambert Cristal, Bel- Dehaene, Prime Minister of Bel- barrassment to donor and U.S. gium. Approx. 12′′ x 4′′. RecdÐ gium. Government. January 18, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $400. Archive Foreign. President ...... Miniature oak vodka cask that The Honorable Vitaly V. Pevnev, Non-acceptance would cause em- bears a male bronze figure on Mayor of the City of Azov Rus- barrassment to donor and U.S. top with a ladle and a sword at sian Federation. Government. his side. Cask bears Russian calligraphy on its side. Approx. 10′′ x 15′′. RecdÐJanuary 18, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$300. Ar- chive Foreign. President ...... Bronze sculpture of a knight on a His Excellency Stanislav Non-acceptance would cause em- horse, the symbol of Belarus. Shushkevich, Chairman of the barrassment to donor and U.S. Approx. 10′′ x 6′′ x 4′′. RecdÐ Supreme Soviet Republic of Government. January 18, 1994. Est. ValueÐ Belarus. $750. Archive Foreign. President ...... Gold Pendulum date and time His Excellency Claude Haegi, Non-acceptance would cause em- clock. RecdÐJanuary 14, 1994. President of the State Council barrassment to donor and U.S. Est. ValueÐ$1,800. Archive of the Republic and Canton of Government. Foreign. Geneva, . President ...... Large crystal vase that bears gold His Excellency Vaclav Klaus, Non-acceptance would cause em- detail and miniature cartouche Prime Minister of the Czech Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. portrait of a woman. RecdÐ public. Government. January 18, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $500. Archive Foreign. President ...... (1) Large hardcover folio book, His Majesty Hussein I, King of the Non-acceptance would cause em- ``The Mosaics of Jordan,'' by Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. barrassment to donor and U.S. Michele Piccirillo, in a red Government. slipcase. (2) Bedoin-style red, black and green pillowcases. RecdÐJanuary 26, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$425. Archive Foreign. Sterling silver figure of an Arab ...... warrior on a camel, inlaid with yellow gold. The figure is mounted on an agate panel base. Approx. 71¤2′′ x 61¤4′′. RecdÐJanuary 26, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$5,000. Archive Foreign. President ...... Model of an Amtrak ICE train His Excellency Dr. Helmut Koho, Non-acceptance would cause em- housed in a clear plastic con- Chancellor of the Federal Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. tainer. Approx. 34′′ x 9′′. public of . Government. RecdÐJanuary 31, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,200. Archive Foreign. Pair of Zeiss binoculars in a plas- tic case. Recd.ÐJanuary 31, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$225. Ar- chive Foreign. President ...... (1) 40′′ x 35′′ framed oil painting His Excellency Nursultan Non-acceptance would cause em- that depicts Kazakh horsemen Nazarbayev, President of the barrassment to donor and U.S. with mountains in the back- Republic of Kazakhstan. Government. ground. Approx. 40′′ x 35′′. (2) Oriental rug that bears portraits of the President and First Lady in its center. Approx. 90′′ x 60′′. (3) Traditional Kazakh burgundy colored hat with gold embroi- dery and mink trim. (4) Bur- gundy velvet robe with gold em- broidery. RecdÐFebruary 14, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$2,750. Ar- chive Foreign. President ...... Gold and pearl tie tac. Recd.Ð His Excellency Morihiro Non-acceptance would cause em- February 11, 1994. Est. ValueÐ Hosokawa, Prime Minister of barrassment to donor and U.S. $300. Archive Foreign. Japan. Government. 30632 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current government ance Government disposition or location

First Family ...... A matted and framed 1851 en- His Excellency Dr. Helmut Kohl, Non-acceptance would cause em- graving of Emmanuel Leuize's Chancellor of the Federal Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. ``Washington Crossing the Dela- public of Germany. Government. ware,'' by Paul Girardet. RecdÐ July 14, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $750. Archive Foreign. Porcelain bowl that bears the image of a pink flamingo, titled ``The Audobon'' and made by Limoges. Approx. 9′′ diameter. RecdÐJuly 14, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$300. Archive Foreign. First Family ...... Wool kilim-style rug, made in His Excellency Mohammad Hosni Non-acceptance would cause em- Egypt. Approx 7′6′′ x 5′. RecdÐ Mubarak, President of the Arab barrassment to donor and U.S. October 31, 1994. Est. ValueÐ Republic of Egypt. Government. $3,000. Archive Foreign. First Family ...... (1) Intricately designed and craft- His Highness Sheikh Jabir Al Non-acceptance would cause em- ed model wooden ship. (2) Ahmad Al Sabah, Amir of the barrassment to donor and U.S. Large gold breast medal, the State of . Government. Order of Kuwait, and two pins housed in a presentation case. (3) Three black leather brief- cases with red stitching. (4) Gold pen and a pencil set in leather box that bears the Seal of Kuwait. (5) Christian Dior wristwatch with leather band and four tiny sapphires. (6) Black and white robed Arab dress outfit. (7) Dress with black silk undergarment and sheer overgarment embossed with yellow gold threads and bangles in a geometric band motif. (8) Cloak in black, gold, and white with gold and black stripes. (9) Pen set and blotter. (10) Six Bedouin pillows, one blanket, and two saddlebags. (11) Book titled, ``Al Sadu Technique on Bedouin Weaving.'' (12) 18 kt. yellow gold double-link neck chain of Mubarak the Great. (13) Several books about Ku- wait. RecdÐOctober 28, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$21,300. Archive Foreign. President ...... Greek icon, titled ``Coronation of His Excellency Andreas Non-acceptance would cause em- the Virgin Enthroned,'' circa Papandreou, Prime Minister of barrassment to donor and U.S. 1700. Egg tempera on wood. the Hellenic Republic. Government. RecdÐApril 26, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$3,000. Archive Foreign. President ...... Watercolor painting that bears His Excellency, Zou Jiahua, Vice Non-acceptance would cause em- Chinese characters on brocade Premier and Minister of Foreign barrassment to donor and U.S. paper. RecdÐMay 4, 1994. Est. Affairs of the People's Republic Government. ValueÐ$1,500. Archive Foreign. of China. President ...... Seven-piece sterling silver tea His Excellency Datuk Seri Dr. Non-Acceptance would cause em- service. RecdÐMay 16, 1994. Mahathir bin Mohamad, Prime barrassment to donor and U.S. Est. ValueÐ$2,500. Archive Minister of . Government. Foreign. President ...... Indian oriental carpet whose de- His Excellency P.V. Narasimha Non-acceptance would cause em- sign incorporates twelve square Rao, Prime Minister of India. barrassment to donor and U.S. medallions. Approx. 4′′ x 6′′. Government. RecdÐMay 19, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,200. Archive Foreign. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30633

AGENCY: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current government ance Government disposition or location

President ...... Framed hand-knit tapestry in pais- His Excellency Farooq Leghari, Non-acceptance would cause em- ley motif, speciality of Kashmir. President of the Islamic Repub- barrassment to donor and U.S. Approx. 77′′ x 5′′ x 151′′. lic of Pakistan. Government. RecdÐMay 24, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$650. Archive Foreign. President ...... (1) Statue of Romulus and Remus The Honorable Francesco Rutelli, Non-acceptance would cause em- with SheWolf. (2) Hardcover Mayor, City of Rome, . barrassment to donor and U.S. book, ``Marcus Aurelius: History Government. of a Monument and its Restora- tion.'' (3) Matted Watercolor of a Roman fountain. Approx. 18′′ x 14′′. RecdÐJune 2, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,200. Archive Foreign. Oversized hardcover book, titled ...... ``Roma Capitale,'' number 725, in a slipcase. RecdÐJune 2, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$350. Ar- chive Foreign. Presentation box for the statue...... RecdÐJune 2, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$50. Archive Foreign. President ...... 800 fine silver medal that depicts His Excellency Oscar Luigi Non-acceptance would cause em- President Clinton and the Lean- Scalfaro, President of the Italian barrassment to donor and U.S. ing Tower of Pisa. Approx 2′′ di- Republic. Government. ameter. RecdÐJune 2, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$300. Archive For- eign. President ...... Stone mosaic that depicts the His Holiness John Paul II ...... Non-acceptance would cause em- Roman Colliseum and is set in barrassment to donor and U.S. a gold frame. Approx. 13′′ x Government. 23′′. RecdÐJune 2, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$6,000. Archive Foreign. President ...... Sterling silver box that bears an His Excellency Silvio Berlusconi, Non-acceptance would cause em- etching of the Italian Presi- President of the Council of Min- barrassment to donor and U.S. dential Palace. The inside bears isters of the Italian Republic. Government. an inscription to the President. RecdÐJune 3, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$850. Archive Foreign. Velvet presentation box. RecdÐ June 3, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$10. Archive Foreign. President ...... (1) Book about the artwork of Ber- His Excellency Francois Mitter- Non-acceptance would cause em- nadette Kelly. (2) An oil painting rand, President of the French barrassment to donor and U.S. by Bernadette Kelly. RecdÐ Republic, and Mrs. Mitterrand. Government. June 3, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $1,800. Archive Foreign. President ...... Signed photographs of Queen Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II ... Non-acceptance would cause em- Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. barrassment to donor and U.S. Each is in a sterling silver Government. frame. RecdÐJune 6, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,000. Archive Foreign. Two presentation boxes. RecdÐ June 6, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$15. Archive Foreign. President ...... Cobalt blue vase that bears a gold His Excellency Edouard Balladur, Non-acceptance would cause em- design. Approx. 12′′. RecdÐ Prime Minister of the French barrassment to donor and U.S. June 6, 1994. Est. ValueÐ Republic. Government. $350. Archive Foreign. President ...... Four Diadora brand sweatsuits. His Excellency Roberto Maroni, Non-acceptance would cause em- RecdÐJune 4, 1994. Est. Minister of the Interior, Italy. barrassment to donor and U.S. ValueÐ$300. Archive Foreign. Government. 30634 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current government ance Government disposition or location

President ...... Signed color photograph of the Their Imperial Majesties, The Em- Non-acceptance would cause em- Emperor and Empress of Japan peror and Empress of Japan. barrassment to donor and U.S. inside an 111¤2′′ x 141¤2′′ sterling Government. silver frame. RecdÐJune 22, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$350. Ar- chive Foreign. President ...... Four ceramic plates and a large His Majesty Hussein I, King of the Non-acceptance would cause em- ceramic bowl. RecdÐJune 23, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. barrassment to donor and U.S. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$300. Ar- Government. chive Foreign. President ...... (1) Large crystal vase. (2) Ce- His Excellency Michal Kovac, Non-acceptance would cause em- ramic glazed platter that bears President of the Slovak Repub- barrassment to donor and U.S. a portrait of the President and lic. Government. First Lady in the center and a floral border. (3) Hardcover book with leather cover, titled ``Slovakia for the World.'' RecdÐJune 23, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$400. Archive Foreign. President ...... Lapis-lazuli table box with sterling His Excellency Eduardo Frei, Non-acceptance would cause em- silver trim and hinges and an in- President of the Republic of barrassment to donor and U.S. scription plate that reads . Government. ``Cordialmente Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle, President of Chile 1994.'' RecdÐJune 30, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$750. Archive For- eign. President ...... Carved stone statue of a female His Excellency Viktor Non-acceptance would cause em- religious figure. RecdÐJune 30, Chernomyrdin, Chairman of the barrassment to donor and U.S. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$250. Ar- Council of Ministers of the Rus- Government. chive Foreign. sian Federation. President ...... Gold soccer ball trophy on a mal- His Royal Highness Prince Saud Non-acceptance would cause em- achite and gold pedestal. Al Faisal, Minister of Foreign Af- barrassment to donor and U.S. RecdÐJuly 14, 1994. Est. fairs of Saudi Arabia. Government. ValueÐ$500. Archive Foreign. President ...... Set of 12 Sudety hand-cut lead His Excellency Lech Walesa, Non-acceptance would cause em- crystal old-fashioned glasses, President of the Republic of Po- barrassment to donor and U.S. matching decanter with stopper, land. Government. and a round ashtray. All made in . RecdÐJuly 6, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$620. Archive For- eign. President ...... Silver-colored metal bell with The Honorable Eberhard Diepgen, Non-acceptance would cause em- etched design, lettered ``That Governing Mayor of Berlin, Fed- barrassment to donor and U.S. this world under God shall have eral Republic of Germany. Government. a new birthday of freedom.'' RecdÐJuly 11, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$500. Archive Foreign. President ...... Large selection of ceramic The Honorable Giorgio Franchetti Non-acceptance would cause em- Artistica Solimene dinnerware Pardo, Head of the Delegation barrassment to donor and U.S. consisting of: 24 dinner plates for the Italian Presidency for the Government. in various designs; 12 salad G±7 Summit for the Ministry of plates; 12 soup bowls; soup tu- Foreign Affairs Italy. reen; large serving bowl; sec- tioned serving dish; two round- shaped and two oval-shaped serving platters; two serving bowls; and two small serving platters. RecdÐJuly 8, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$800. Archive For- eign. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30635

AGENCY: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current government ance Government disposition or location

President ...... Brown leather photograph album His Excellency Francois Mitter- Non-acceptance would cause em- that contains photographs from rand, President of the French barrassment to donor and U.S. the President's and Mrs. Clin- Republic. Government. ton's trip to Paris in June 1994, in a slipcase. RecdÐJuly 14, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$500. Ar- chive Foreign. President ...... Saxophone with engraved letter- His Excellency Lech Walesa, Non-acceptance would cause em- ing ``Amati Kraslice, ATS 21.'' President of the Republic of Po- barrassment to donor and U.S. RecdÐJuly 6, 1994. Est. land. Government. ValueÐ$1,500. Archive Foreign. President ...... Oil on canvas painting of an ab- His Excellency Guntis Ulmanis, Non-acceptance would cause em- stract figure of a bird, titled President of the Republic of barrassment to donor and U.S. ``She Wolf,'' by Latvian artist , and Mrs. Ulmane. Government. Illinere. Approx. 40′′ x 351¤2′′. RecdÐJuly 15, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$2,500. Archive Foreign. President ...... Reproduction of a pre-Columbian His Excellency Ernesto Perez Non-acceptance would cause em- artifact. RecdÐJuly 22, 1994. Balladares, President of the Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. Est. ValueÐ$350. Archive For- public of Panama. Government. eign. President ...... Glass and precious stone sculp- The Honorable Gabi Kadosh, Non-acceptance would cause em- ture that is a model of the twin Mayor, City of Eilat, Israel. barrassment to donor and U.S. cities Eilat and Aqaba. RecdÐ Government. July 28, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $650. Archive Foreign. President ...... Oil on canvas painting by Robert His Excellency Levon Ter- Non-acceptance would cause em- Elibekian, titled ``Actresses.'' Petrosyan, President of the Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. Approx. 35′′ x 42′′. RecdÐAu- public of Armenia. Government. gust 10, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $2,000. Archive Foreign. President ...... Antique leather-bound manuscript His Excellency Meles Zenawi, Non-acceptance would cause em- of the Old and New Testa- President of the Transitional barrassment to donor and U.S. ments, written in Ge'ez (the Government of Ethiopia. Government. Ethiopian equivalent of ), the official language of the Ethi- opian Orthodox Church. RecdÐ August 12, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $1,500. Archive Foreign. President ...... Large floral arrangement of birds His Royal Highness Prince Ban- Non-acceptance would cause em- of paradise and proteus. dar Bin Sultan, Ambassador of barrassment to donor and U.S. RecdÐAugust 19, 1994. Est. Saudi Arabia. Government. ValueÐ$250. Accepted by An- other Government Agency. President ...... Large floral arrangement. RecdÐ His Majesty Hassan II, King of Non-acceptance would cause em- August 19, 1994. Est. ValueÐ Morocco. barrassment to donor and U.S. $350. Accepted by another Government. Government agency. Large goldfish bowl vase that bears an oriental-style floral de- sign on a white background. RecdÐAugust 19, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$90. Archive Foreign. 30636 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current government ance Government disposition or location

Steel storage chest with two lock clasps, fruit finial, two ring han- dles and flared base. The chest contains eleven coffee table books about Morocco: ``Tan- gier,'' `Casablanca,'' ``The Maj- esty of Morocco,'' ``Morocco Seen from Above,'' ``La Mosquee Hassan II,'' ``Marakesh,'' ``Morocco Design from Casablanca to Marakesh,'' ``Living in Morocco,'' ``De L'Empire Aux Villes Imperiales,'' ``MarakeshÐDemeures and Se- cret Gardens,'' and ``Traditional Islamic Craft in Moroccan Archi- tecture.'' RecdÐAugust 19, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$4,300. Ar- chive Foreign. President ...... Antique sword with steel blade, in- Dr. Ing. Wardiman Djojonegoro, Non-acceptance would cause em- laid with silver and gold. The Minister of Education and Cul- barrassment to donor and U.S. scabbard is gold and has a ture, Republic of . Government. carved ivory top. RecdÐSep- tember 14, 1994. Est. ValueÐ Pending Value. Archive Foreign. President ...... Silver Byzantine icon of the Virgin Nicholas S. Revezoulis, Chair- Non-acceptance would cause em- Mary holding baby Jesus. man, American Hellenic Friends barrassment to donor and U.S. RecdÐSeptember 21, 1994. of Clinton Organization, . Government. Est. ValueÐ$300. Archive For- eign...... The Honorable George Lianis, Deputy Minister of Culture, Greece. President ...... Hour Lavigne clock. RecdÐSep- The Honorable Jacques Chirac, Non-acceptance would cause em- tember 22, 1994. Est. ValueÐ Mayor of Paris, . barrassment to donor and U.S. $5,990. Archive Foreign. Government. President ...... Paperback, `` in Europe His Excellency Ion Iliescu, Presi- Non-acceptance would cause em- and in the World,'' written and dent of Romania. barrassment to donor and U.S. inscribed by Ion Iliescu. RecdÐ Government. September 30, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$25. Archive Foreign. (1) Portrait of President Roo- sevelt. (2) Romanian tapestry. RecdÐSeptember 30, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$700. Archive For- eign. President ...... Paperback, ``Century's Contract,'' His Excellency Heydar Alieyev, Non-acceptance would cause em- inscribed by President Aliyev. President of the Republic of barrassment to donor and U.S. RecdÐSeptember 30, 1994. Azerbaijan. Government. Est. ValueÐ$20. Archive For- eign. Carpet with the President's por- trait woven into the pattern. RecdÐSeptember 30, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$500. Archive For- eign. President ...... A pair of candlesticks. RecdÐ His Excellency Boris Yeltsin, Non-acceptance would cause em- September 27, 1994. Est. President of the Russian Fed- barrassment to donor and U.S. ValueÐ$900. Archive Foreign. eration. Government. President ...... Small hardcover book, ``Hope,'' in- Mr. , President of Non-acceptance would cause em- scribed to President Clinton. the State Republic of South Af- barrassment to donor and U.S. RecdÐOctober 6, 1994. Est. rica. Government. ValueÐ$5. Archive Foreign. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30637

AGENCY: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current government ance Government disposition or location

(1) Bronze sculpture of an ele- phant, with gold tusks, Approx. 10′′x12′′. (2) White gold pin in the shape of . (3) Photograph album that contains photographs of the great bull elephant. (4) White box that housed Inaugural Coin. RecdÐ October 6, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $1,000. Archive Foreign. Coin that commemorates the in- auguration of President Mandela. RecdÐOctober 6, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$500. Ar- chive Foreign. President ...... Ukrainian pine box with hinged lid His Excellency Oleksandr Moroz, Non-acceptance would cause em- that bears a native inlaid intri- Chairman, Supreme Rada of barrassment to donor and U.S. cate geometrical design. Ukraine. Government. Approx. 14′′x17′′. RecdÐOcto- ber 11, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$250. Archive Foreign. President ...... Sterling silver compote with wood His Excellency Carlos Salinas de Non-acceptance would cause em- interior. RecdÐOctober 12, Gortari, President of the United barrassment to donor and U.S. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$700. Ar- Mexican States. Government. chive Foreign. President ...... Sterling silver astrolabio nautico His Excellency Anibal Cavaco Non-acceptance would cause em- (compass), circa 1555. RecdÐ Silva, Prime Minister of Portugal. barrassment to donor and U.S. October 12, 1994. Est. ValueÐ Government. $4,000. Archive Foreign. President ...... Sterling silver box that bears the His Excellency Chuan Leekpai, Non-acceptance would cause em- crest of Thailand on its lid. The Prime Minister of the Kingdom barrassment to donor and U.S. inside is made of lacquered of Thailand. Government. wood. Approx. 9′′x51¤2′′. RecdÐ October 20, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $2,000. Archive Foreign. President ...... (1) Inlaid wood and mother-of- His Excellency Hafiz al-Asad, Non-acceptance would cause em- pearl game table for playing President of the Syrian Arab barrassment to donor and U.S. backgammon and chess. (2) In- Republic. Government. laid wooden box. RecdÐOcto- ber 27, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $2,000. Archive Foreign. President ...... The Order of Al-Hussein Bin Ali, His Majesty Hussein I, King of the Non-acceptance would cause em- the Kingdom of Jordan's highest Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. barrassment to donor and U.S. decoration. RecdÐOctober 26, Government. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$3,275. Ar- chive Foreign. Sterling silver box with wooden in- terior. RecdÐOctober 26, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$650. Archive For- eign. President ...... Three ancient oil lamps in a glass The Honorable Ehud Olmert, Non-acceptance would cause em- case on a wooden base. Mayor of Jerusalem, Israel. barrassment to donor and U.S. RecdÐOctober 27, 1994. Est. Government. ValueÐ$650. Archive Foreign. President ...... Sterling silver serving tray with in- His Excellency, , Non-acceptance would cause em- scription. RecdÐOctober 26, Prime Minister of Israel. barrassment to donor and U.S. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$600. Ar- Government. chive Foreign. Framed antique map of the Holy Land. RecdÐOctober 26, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,000. Archive Foreign. 30638 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current government ance Government disposition or location

President ...... Large, thick gold necklace and Fahd bin Abd Al-Aziz Al Saud, Non-acceptance would cause em- pendant. Necklace is housed in Custodian of the Two Holy barrassment to donor and U.S. a green presentation box that Mosques, King of the Kingdom Government. bears the seal of the Saudi of Saudi Arabia. Royal Family on its cover. RecdÐOctober 28, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$15,000. Archive For- eign. President ...... (1) Three books with sterling silver His Excellency Ezer Weizman, Non-acceptance would cause em- covers. (2) Blue presentation President of Israel, and Mrs. barrassment to donor and U.S. box. RecdÐOctober 31, 1994. Weizman. Government. Est. ValueÐ$1,000. Archive Foreign. President ...... (1) Dark wooden jewelry box that His Excellency Martti Ahtisaari, Non-acceptance would cause em- bears a golfing scene on its President of . barrassment to donor and U.S. cover. (2) Three packages of Government. golf balls. RecdÐNovember 8, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$65. Archive Foreign. (1) Wilson golf putter housed in a blond wooden box. (2) Large navy leather picture frame that contains a photograph of Presi- dent and Mrs. Ahtisaari. RecdÐ November 8, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$375. Archive Foreign. President ...... Wooden sculpture of a Filipino His Excellency Fidel Ramos, Non-acceptance would cause em- family by artist Baldemor. President of the Republic of the barrassment to donor and U.S. Approx. 14′′x10′′. RecdÐNo- Philippines. Government. vember 14, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $250. Archive Foreign. President ...... (1) Silk batik shirt. (2) Seven titles His Excellency Soeharto, Presi- Non-acceptance would cause em- on Indonesia: ``Lordly Shardes,'' dent of the Republic of Indo- barrassment to donor and U.S. ``Indonesia 1994,'' ``Art of Indo- nesia. Government. nesia,'' ``Green Indonesia,'' ``Bobbodadar Prayer in Stone,'' ``Istana President Indonesia,'' ``30 Years of Indonesia's Inde- pendence'' (two volumes, both autographed by President Soeharto). RecdÐNovember 15, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$500. Ar- chive Foreign. Five boxes of mangoes. RecdÐ November 15, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$100. Accepted by An- other Government Agency. (1) Mask. (2) Dagger. (3) Two books that contain photographs commemorating President Clin- ton's trip to Indonesia. RecdÐ November 15, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,000. Archive Foreign. Red velvet presentation boxes for the mask, dagger, and photo- graphs. RecdÐNovember 15, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$15. Archive Foreign. President ...... Cloisonne plate with stand. His Excellency Jiang Zemin, Non-acceptance would cause em- RecdÐNovember 15, 1994. President of the People's Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. Est. ValueÐ$1,200. Archive public of China. Government. Foreign. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30639

AGENCY: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current government ance Government disposition or location

President ...... Framed and matted oil on canvas His Excellency Jean-Bertrand Non-acceptance would cause em- painting, titled ``Charcoal Ven- Aristide, President of the Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. dors,'' by artist Claude public of Haiti. Government. Dambreville. Approx. 24′′ x 36′′. RecdÐNovember 3, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$500. Archive Foreign. President ...... Sterling silver model boat with His Excellency Try Sutrisno, Vice Non-acceptance would cause em- plaque on base that reads, President of the Republic of In- barrassment to donor and U.S. ``Presented by Try Sutrisno, donesia. Government. Vice President of the Republic of Indonesia.'' RecdÐNovember 17, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$600. Ar- chive Foreign. Clear glass presentation box for the model boat. RecdÐNovem- ber 17, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$10 Archive Foreign. President ...... A wooden cask that bears a His Excellency Leonid Kuchma, Non-acceptance would cause em- handpainted floral design. President of Ukraine. barrassment to donor and U.S. Approx. 12′′ x 17′′. RecdÐNo- Government. vember 22, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $325. Archive Foreign. President ...... Large porcelain vase made by His Excellency Arpad Goncz, Non-acceptance would cause em- Herend. Approx. 201¤2′′. RecdÐ President of the Republic of barrassment to donor and U.S. December 5, 1994. Est. . Government. ValueÐ$3,000. Archive Foreign. His Excellency Gyula Horn, Prime Minister of the Republic of Hun- gary. President ...... Korean lacquer box. The interior His Excellency Kim Young Sam, Non-acceptance would cause em- is inlaid with mother-of-pearl President of the Republic of barrassment to donor and U.S. and holds a shelf. Approx. . Government. 133¤4′′ x 103¤4′′. RecdÐDecem- ber 8, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $1,200. Archive Foreign. President ...... Hand-hammered copper relief His Excellency Soewardi, Gov- Non-acceptance would cause em- plaque that bears the image of ernor of Central Java, Indonesia. barrassment to donor and U.S. a temple and the title ``Candi Government. Borobudur, Indonesia.'' RecdÐ December 8, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$450. Archive Foreign. President ...... (1) Small oval painting of the His Excellency Gonzalo Sanchez Non-acceptance would cause em- Three Kings in an oval sterling de Lozada, President of the Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. silver frame. Approx. 12′′ x 8′′. public of Bolivia. Government. (2) Large carved papier mache and wooden archangel with wings in the form of a hunter in native costume holding an arquebus. (3) Paperback book, ``Bolivian Masterpieces: Colonial Painting.'' RecdÐDecember 9, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,670. Ar- chive Foreign. President ...... Framed and matted oil painting of His Excellency Luis Alberto Non-acceptance would cause em- a corn patch on sandy terrain. Lacalle, President of the Ori- barrassment to donor and U.S. RecdÐDecember 9, 1994. Est. ental Republic of Uruguay. Government. ValueÐ$350. Archive Foreign. President ...... Ten sterling silver demitasse His Excellency Oscar Alfredo Non-acceptance would cause em- spoons. RecdÐDecember 9, Santamaria, Minister of Foreign barrassment to donor and U.S. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$500. Ar- Affairs of the Republic of El Sal- Government. chive Foreign. vador. President ...... Framed and matted oil painting His Excellency Armando Calderon Non-acceptance would cause em- that depicts a farmer plowing a Sol, President of the Republic barrassment to donor and U.S. field. RecdÐDecember 9, 1994. of El Salvador. Government. Est. ValueÐ$650. Archive For- eign. 30640 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current government ance Government disposition or location

President ...... Hollow silver bird statue with His Excellency Galo Leoro, Min- Non-acceptance would cause em- aquamarine colored stone eyes. ister of Foreign Relations of the barrassment to donor and U.S. RecdÐDecember 9, 1994. Est. Republic of Ecuador Government. ValueÐ$400. Archive Foreign President ...... Composition bust of Sister The Honorable P.J. Patterson, Non-acceptance would cause em- Euphemia wearing a turban and M.P., Prime Minister of Jamaica barrassment to donor and U.S. cross. RecdÐDecember 10, Government. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$250. Ar- chive Foreign President ...... Small gilt metal framed enamel- The Right Honorable John Comp- Non-acceptance would cause em- on-metal painting of mountains ton, Prime Minister of Saint barrassment to donor and U.S. and ocean. RecdÐDecember Lucia Government. 12, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$250. Ar- chive Foreign President ...... (1) Gold 500 pesos coin from the His Excellency Joaquin Balaguer, Non-acceptance would cause em- Dominican Republic. (2) Two President of the Dominican Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. hardcover books (one copy in public Government. Spanish, one in English) of ``Emotional Guide of the Ro- mantic City,'' by President Balaguer. (3) A two volume set of books, titled ``Dominican Paintings.'' RecdÐDecember 9, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$500. Ar- chive Foreign President ...... 1967 Royal Mint Bahamanian four The Right Honorable Sir Hubert A. Non-acceptance would cause em- coin set: ten dollar, twenty dol- Ingraham, Prime Minister of the barrassment to donor and U.S. lar, fifty dollar, and one hundred Commonwealth of the Bahamas Government. dollar. RecdÐDecember 10, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$950. Ar- chive Foreign President ...... Framed and matted oil painting Her Excellency Violeta Barrios de Non-acceptance would cause em- that depicts an idealized tropical Chamorro, President of the Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. nature scene of trees, water, public of Nicaragua Government. and white long-necked swal- lows. Approx. 401¤2′′21′′. RecdÐDecember 10, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,500. Archive Foreign President ...... Framed and matted watercolor The Right Honorable Dr. Kennedy Non-acceptance would cause em- painting that depicts a village Alphonse Simmonds, Prime barrassment to donor and U.S. scene. Approx. 381¤2′′26′′. Minister of the Federation of Government. RecdÐDecember 10, 1994. Saint Kitts and Nevis Est. ValueÐ$475. Archive For- eign President ...... Framed and matted oil painting His Excellency Ramiro De Leon Non-acceptance would cause em- that depicts a street scene. Carpio, President of the Repub- barrassment to donor and U.S. Approx. 40′′23′′. RecdÐDecem- lic of Guatemala Government. ber 13, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $1,200. Archive Foreign President ...... Four coins from Suriname in a His Excellency Ronald Venetiaan, Non-acceptance would cause em- carved wooden case. RecdÐ President of the Republic of barrassment to donor and U.S. December 12, 1994. Est. Suriname Government. ValueÐ$400. Archive Foreign President ...... (1) Blue leather stamp album that The Right Honorable Sir Owen S. Non-acceptance would cause em- contains stamps from Barbados. Arthur, M.P., Prime Minister of barrassment to donor and U.S. (2) Wooden box with a sea ur- Barbados Government. chin depicted in silver on its lid. (3) Brown gourd ornately en- cased in silver and presented in a blue case with a silver stirrer. (4) Round wooden box whose lid bears a silver abstract de- sign representing the limestone of Barbados. RecdÐDecember 10, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$2,200. Archive Foreign Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30641

AGENCY: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current government ance Government disposition or location

President ...... (1) Large ceramic vase that bears His Excellency Alberto Fujimori, Non-acceptance would cause em- a traditional Peruvian scene. (2) President of the Republic of barrassment to donor and U.S. Rug that bears a portrait of Peru Government. President Clinton. RecdÐDe- cember 9, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $950. Archive Foreign President ...... (1) Silver bowl with floral design. His Excellency N.K.P. Salve, Min- Non-acceptance would cause em- (2) Decorative pin. RecdÐDe- ister of Power, Republic of India. barrassment to donor and U.S. cember 16, 1994. Est. ValueÐ Government. $2,100. Archive Foreign. President ...... (1) 10 lbs. of dates. (2) Six bottles His Excellency Zine El-Abidine Non-acceptance would cause em- of olive oil. (3) Six bottles of Ben Ali, President of the Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. . RecdÐDecember 20, public of . Government. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$125. Ac- cepted by another Government Agency. Green leather trunk whose lid is decorated with gold design. Approx. 15′′ x 22′′. RecdÐDe- cember 20, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $150. Archive Foreign. President ...... (1) Five 4 oz. jars of Russian cav- His Excellency Yuli M. Vorontsov, Non-acceptance would cause em- iar. (2) Five bottles of Russian Ambassador of the Russian barrassment to donor and U.S. vodka. RecdÐDecember 28, Federation. Government. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$300. Ac- cepted by another Government Agency. President ...... (1) 25-year-old Glenfarclas scotch. His Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Non-acceptance would cause em- (2) 1982 magnum of Krug Bolkiah Mu'Izzaddin barrassment to donor and U.S. . (3) 1963 Taylors Waddaulah, Sultan, and Yang Government. . (4) 1989 Raymond Di-Pertuan of Brunei Lafont wine. (5) 1982 Margaux Darussalam. wine. (6) 1988 Montrachet wine. (7) Hennessy Paradis cognac. (8) Cristal Rose champagne. (9) Puligny Montrachet Les Clair- voyants. (10) Domain Jacques wine. (11) Exotic snack selec- tion. (12) Red currant jelly with vintage port. (13) Moutarde de Meaux. (14) Walkers Highland Oatcakes in tin. (15) Super lux- ury Christmas pudding. (16) Brandy butter. (17) Algerian dates. (18) Mixed nuts. (19) Glazed nuts. (20) Box of glazed fruits. (23) Gold Rush tea. (24) Darjeeling Goomtee Tea. (25) Harrods homemade mince pies. (26) Harrods Christmas Cake in tin. (27) Christmas tin of tradi- tional English biscuits. (28) Strawberry preserve with Cointreau. (29) Seville orange marmalade with cognac. (30) Selection of butter florentines in chocolate. RecdÐDecember 28, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,500. Accepted by another Govern- ment Agency. 30642 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current government ance Government disposition or location

(1) Aynsley Pembroke cake knife. (2) Tea set for four. (3) Two dressing gowns. (4) Set of two towels. (5) Harrods corkscrew. (6) Malcom Sargent decanter. (7) Four champagne flutes. (8) Six handmade Christmas crack- ers. (9) Christmas bear. (10) Four hand-cut lead crystal glasses. (11) Natural wood cof- fee grinder. (12) Harrods selec- tion compact disc volume I. RecdÐDecember 28, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,000. Archive Foreign. First Lady ...... Six silver dessert spoons and des- Mrs. Son Myong Sun, wife of the Non-acceptance would cause em- sert forks. RecdÐJanuary 5, President of the Republic of barrassment to donor and U.S. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,000. Ar- Korea. Government. chive Foreign. First Lady ...... (1) Straw hat. (2) Floral bouquet His Excellency Petr Kravchanka, Non-acceptance would cause em- made of straw. (3) Doll in Minister of Foreign Affairs of the barrassment to donor and U.S. Belarussian traditional dress Republic of Belarus. Government. made of straw. (4) Crystal slip- per. RecdÐJanuary 14, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$340. Archive For- eign. Two boxes of chocolates. RecdÐ January 14, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $30. Accepted by another Gov- ernment Agency. First Lady ...... Large cut-crystal bowl with elabo- Mrs. Livia Klausova, Wife of the Non-acceptance would cause em- rate design, made by Bohemian Prime Minister of the Czech Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. Crystal. Approx. 18′′. RecdÐ public. Government. January 18, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $350. Archive Foreign. First Lady ...... 18′′ high glass goblet with brown His Excellency Vaclav Havel, Non-acceptance would cause em- and green bowl. RecdÐJanuary President of the Czech Republic. barrassment to donor and U.S. 11, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$250. Ar- Government. chive Foreign. First Lady ...... (1) Traditional Kazakh burgundy Mrs. Cara A. Nazarbayeve, wife of Non-acceptance would cause em- colored hat with gold embroi- the President of the Republic of barrassment to donor and U.S. dery and mink trim. (2) Bur- Kazakhstan. Government. gundy velvet robe with gold em- broidery. (3) Silver filigreed bracelet with three attached rings set with semiprecious stones and matching pair of earrings. The jewelry is housed in a burgundy velvet box. RecdÐFebruary 14, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$765. Archive Foreign. First Lady ...... Gold and pearl pin. RecdÐMarch His Excellency Morihiro Non-acceptance would cause em- 11, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$650. Ar- Hosokawa, Prime Minister of barrassment to donor and U.S. chive Foreign. Japan. Government. First Lady ...... Silk stitchery of a kitten mounted His Excellency Zou Jiahua, Vice Non-acceptance would cause em- in a rosewood rotating frame. Premier and Minister of Foreign barrassment to donor and U.S. RecdÐMay 3, 1994. Est. Affairs of the People's Republic Government. ValueÐ$850. Archive Foreign. of China. First Lady ...... (1) Catalog of items from Manu- His Excellency Francois Mitter- Non-acceptance would cause em- facture Nationale de Sevres. (2) rand, President of the French barrassment to donor and U.S. White vase with design of flow- Republic, and Mrs. Mitterrand. Government. ers and blue butterflies. RecdÐ June 10, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $300. Archive Foreign. First Lady ...... Silk kimono robe. RecdÐJune 29, The Honorable Teiichi Aramaki, Non-acceptance would cause em- 1994. Est. ValueÐ$12,700. Ar- Governor, Kyoto Prefecture barrassment to donor and U.S. chive Foreign. Japan. Government. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30643

AGENCY: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current government ance Government disposition or location

First Lady ...... Silver necklace set with milky- His Excellency Lech Walesa, Non-acceptance would cause em- white stone. RecdÐJuly 14, President of the Republic of Po- barrassment to donor and U.S. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$350. Ar- land. Government. chive Foreign. First Lady ...... Amber stone and bead necklace His Excellency Guntis Ulmanis, Non-acceptance would cause em- and matching bracelet. RecdÐ President of the Republic of barrassment to donor and U.S. July 14, 1994. Est. ValueÐ Latvia, and Mrs. Ulmane. Government. $700. Archive Foreign. First Lady ...... 12′′ religious icon. RecdÐJune Mrs. Valentina Fedorovna Non-acceptance would cause em- 30, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$250. Ar- Chernomyrdina, wife of the barrassment to donor and U.S. chive Foreign. Chairman of the Council of Min- Government. isters of the Russian Federation. First Lady ...... Large oval cameo. RecdÐJuly 5, His Excellency Silvio Berlusconi, Non-acceptance would cause em- 1994. Est. ValueÐ$650. Ar- President of the Council of Min- barrassment to donor and U.S. chive Foreign. isters of the Italian Republic. Government. First Lady ...... Painting on goatskin that depicts His Excellency Meles Zenawi, Non-acceptance would cause em- various biblical events and sto- President of the Transitional barrassment to donor and U.S. ries. RecdÐAugust 30, 1994. Government of Ethiopia. Government. Est. ValueÐ$1,000. Archive Foreign. First Lady ...... Four handpainted china teacups Mrs. Naina Iosifovna Yeltsin, wife Non-acceptance would cause em- and saucers. RecdÐSeptember of the President of the Russian barrassment to donor and U.S. 27, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$250. Ar- Federation. Government. chive Foreign. First Lady ...... Large arrangement of flowers, in- His Majesty Hassan II, King of Non-acceptance would cause em- cluding roses, orchids, and lil- Morocco. barrassment to donor and U.S. ies. RecdÐOctober 25, 1994. Government. Est. ValueÐ$400. Accepted by Another Government Agency. White bowl-shaped floral vase. RecdÐOctober 25, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$200. Archive Foreign. First Lady ...... The Grand Cordon of the Order of His Majesty Hussein I, King of the Non-acceptance would cause em- Al-Nahda. RecdÐOctober 26, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordon. barrassment to donor and U.S. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$2,700. Ar- Government. chive Foreign. First Lady ...... Gold necklace. RecdÐOctober Mrs. Leah Rabin, wife of the Non-acceptance would cause em- 31, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$350. Ar- Prime Minister of Israel. barrassment to donor and U.S. chive Foreign. Government. First Lady ...... Round sterling silver platter with Her Majesty Noor Al Hussein, Non-acceptance would cause em- an engraving that commemo- Queen of the Hashemite King- barrassment to donor and U.S. rates the signing of the Israeli- dom of Jordan. Government. Jordanian peace agreement. RecdÐOctober 31, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$600. Archive Foreign. First Lady ...... Small stone sculpture of a woman Mrs. Sonia Peres, wife of the Min- Non-acceptance would cause em- in the shape of a chair. RecdÐ ister of Foreign Affairs of Israel. barrassment to donor and U.S. October 27, 1994. Est. ValueÐ Government. $450. Archive Foreign. First Lady ...... Pearl necklace with diamond His Highness Sheikh Jabir Al Non-acceptance would cause em- clasp. RecdÐOctober 28, 1994. Ahmad Al Sabah, Amir of the barrassment to donor and U.S. Est.ValueÐ$3,000. Archive For- State of Kuwait. Government. eign. First Lady ...... Bronze coin from 66±70 a.d. en- His Excellency Ezer Weizman, Non-acceptance would cause em- circled in gold and on a gold President of Israel, and Mrs. barrassment to donor and U.S. chain. RecdÐOctober 31, 1994. Weizman. Government. Est. ValueÐ$400. Archieve For- eign. 30644 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current government ance Government disposition or location

First Lady ...... (1) Batik fabric. (2) Stuffed toy Mrs. Tien Soeharto, wife of the Non-acceptance would cause em- monkey. (3) Gold plate flatware President of the Republic of In- barrassment to donor and U.S. service for 12. (4) Compact 35 donesia. Government. mm camera. (5) Commemora- tive medals. (6) Cosmetics. (7) Silk batick material. (8) Silk scarf. (9) Silk fabric. (10) Eight books: ``Bogor,'' ``Tanali Air,'' ``Museum Puma Bhakti Periwi,'' ``Indonesia Indah,'' ``Indonesia,'' ``What and Who in Beautiful In- donesia,'' ``Puspa Warna,'' ``Borobudor: Prayer in Stone.'' (11) Set of Indonesian 835 sil- ver flatware service for 12, housed in large red box. RecdÐNovember 15, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$28,225. Archive Foreign. First Lady ...... A wooden vase that bears scenes Mrs. Lydymyla Kuchma, wife of Non-acceptance would cause em- from village life, signed on the the President of Ukraine. barrassment to donor and U.S. bottom. Approx. 13′′ x 7′′. Government. RecdÐDecember 5, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$275. Archive Foreign. First Lady ...... Hollow sterling silver bird figurine. Mrs. Aglae De Leoro, wife of the Non-acceptance would cause em- RecdÐDecember 9, 1994. Est. Minister of Foreign Relations of barrassment to donor and U.S. ValueÐ$325. Archive Foreign. Ecuador. Government. First Lady ...... Gold and amber stone necklace His Excellency Joaquin Balaguer, Non-acceptance would cause em- with matching earrings. RecdÐ President of the Dominican Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. December 9, 1994. Est. public. Government. ValueÐ$500. Archive Foreign. First Lady ...... Sterling silver necklace with blue Mrs. Marta Larraechea de Frei, Non-acceptance would cause em- lapis pendant. RecdÐDecem- wife of the President of the Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. ber 9, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$600. public of Chile. Government. Archive Foreign. First Lady ...... Brazilian polished pewter milk Mrs. Lucia Flecha de Lima, wife of Non-acceptance would cause em- pitcher. RecdÐDecember 9, the Brazilian Ambassador to the barrassment to donor and U.S. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$235. Ar- United States. Government. chive Foreign. First Lady ...... Small sterling silver harp in a blue Mrs. Maria Teresa Carrasco de Non-acceptance would cause em- velvet presentation case. Wasmosy, wife of the President barrassment to donor and U.S. RecdÐDecember 16, 1994. of Paraguay. Government. Est. ValueÐ$325. Archive For- eign. President and First Lady ...... (1) Wine coaster with wooden bot- The Honorable Paul Keating, Non-acceptance would cause em- tom and a sterling silver decora- Prime Minister of , and barrassment to donor and U.S. tive ring around its perimeter. Mrs. Keating. Government. (2) Six sterling silver teaspoons with a decorative floral pattern on their handles. (3) Sterling sil- ver link bracelet. RecdÐJanu- ary 5, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$910. Archive Foreign. President and First Lady ...... Three items by Hermes: (1) The Honorable Philippe Seguin, Non-acceptance would cause em- Wooden jewelry box. (2) Enam- President of the National As- barrassment to donor and U.S. el bracelet. (3) Four-piece desk sembly, France. Government. set. RecdÐJune 3, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$3,645. Archive Foreign. President and First Lady ...... Two items by Hermes: (1) Scarf. His Excellency Alain Juppe, Min- Non-acceptance would cause em- (2) Sterling silver tray with ister of State for Foreign Affairs barrassment to donor and U.S. leather handles for letters. of the French Republic. Government. RecdÐJune 3, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$775. Archive Foreign. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30645

AGENCY: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current government ance Government disposition or location

President and First Lady ...... (1) Three hardcover books on Ar- His Excellency Carlos Menem, Non-acceptance would cause em- gentina: `` Panorama,'' President of the Argentine Na- barrassment to donor and U.S. ``Argentina Una Aventura tion. Government. Fotografica,'' and ``Magica Bue- nos Aires'' (for the First Lady). (2) Sterling silver etched goblet (for the President). RecdÐJune 30, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$775. Ar- chive Foreign. President and First Lady ...... Brass tray with inlaid silver tradi- His Excellency Hafiz al-Asad, Non-acceptance would cause em- tional Arabic designs. RecdÐ President of the Syrian Arab barrassment to donor and U.S. October 27, 1994. Est. ValueÐ Republic. Government. $2,800. Archive Foreign. President and First Lady ...... (1) Wool rug that bears traditional Their Majesties King Hussein I Non-acceptance would cause em- Bedouin motifs. (2) Sterling sil- and Queen Noor Al Hussein, barrassment to donor and U.S. ver Arabic coffee set. RecdÐ King and Queen of the Government. October 26, 1994. Est. ValueÐ Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. $7,000. Archive Foreign. (1) Gold brooch with inlaid stones in the colors of the Jordanian flag. (2) Signed photograph of the King and Queen on a mo- torcycle. RecdÐOctober 26, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$3,000. Ar- chive Foreign. Chelsea ...... (1) Pair of Adidas ``Predator'' soc- His Excellency Dr. Helmut Kohl, Non-acceptance would cause em- cer shoes. (2) Four Adidas Chancellor of the Federal Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. ``World Cup'' commemorative public of Germany. Government. jerseys and three pairs of matching shorts. (3) Small black leather Etienne Aigner hand- bag. RecdÐJuly 14, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$430. Archive Foreign. Chelsea ...... Silk brocade material. Recd.ÐOc- Mrs. al-Asad Wife of the President Non-acceptance would cause em- tober 28, 1994. Est. ValueÐ of the Syrian Arab Republic. barrassment to donor and U.S. $300. Archive Foreign. Government. James Alan Dorsking, Special As- Bronze statue of Jesus Christ. Mr. Mikhail Alexeevitch Mironov, Non-acceptance would cause em- sistant to the President and Di- RecdÐAugust 3, 1994. Est. Director of correspondence, Of- barrassment to donor and U.S. rector of Correspondence and ValueÐ$400. General Services fice of Administration of the Government. Presidential Messages. Administration. President of the Russian Fed- eration. Dr. John H. Gibbons, Assistant to Sterling silver box with engraved Dr. Bacharuddin J. Habibie, Min- Non-acceptance would cause em- the President for Science and etchings. Presented in cloth ister of State for Research and barrassment to donor and U.S. Technology Policy and Director box. RecdÐOctober 3, 1994. Technology of the Republic of Government. of the Office of Science and Est. ValueÐ$800. Archives, Indonesia. Technology Policy. Staff Gift. Brenda I. Hilliard, Special Assist- Women's Omega wristwatch with His Majesty Hussein I, King of the Non-acceptance would cause em- ant to the Executive Secretary, a gold face and a black leather Hashemite Kingdom of Jordon. barrassment to donor and U.S. National Security Council. band. RecdÐMarch 28, 1994. Government Est. ValueÐ$300. General Services Administration. Martin S. Indyk, Special Assistant One man's and one woman's Their Majesties King Hussein I Non-acceptance would cause em- to the President for Near East Longines wristwatches. RecdÐ and Queen Noor Al Hussein, barrassment to donor and U.S. and South Asian Affairs, Na- August 2, 1994. Est. ValueÐ King and Queen of the Government. tional Security Council. $300. General Services Admin- Hashemite Kingdom of Jordon. istration. William H. Itoh, Executive Sec- Man's Breitling wristwatch. His Excellency Ayman Majali, Non-acceptance would cause em- retary, National Security Council. RecdÐJune 21, 1994. Est. Chief of Protocol of the King- barrassment to donor and U.S. ValueÐ$500. General Services dom of Jordan. Government. Administration. Ellen B. Laipson, Director, Near (1) 63′′40′′ silk ghoum rug; green Mr. Jalal Talalbani, Secretary Non-acceptance would cause em- East and South Asian Affairs, with a medallion design (2) General of the Patriotic Union of barrassment to donor and U.S. National Security Council. 581¤2′′401¤2′′ silk ghoum rug; Kurdistan Iraqui National Con- Government. blue with an animal design. gress. RecdÐJuly 26, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$4,500. General Serv- ices Administration. 30646 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current government ance Government disposition or location

Anthony Lake, Assistant to the Woven silk rug with blue and General Abdul Waheed, Chief of Non-acceptance would cause em- President for National Security cream colored medallion de- the Army Staff, Pakistan. barrassment to donor and U.S. Affairs. sign. Approx. 3′3′′5′8′′. RecdÐ Government May 2, 1994 Est. ValueÐ$850. General Services Administration. Anthony Lake, Assistant to the (1) Navy blue leather briefcase His Highness Sheikh Jabir Al Non-acceptance would cause em- President for National Security with red stitching. (2) Ceremo- Ahmad AL Sabah, Amir of the barrassment to donor and U.S. Affairs. nial black and white robe and State of Kuwait. Government. headdress. (3) Wristwatch with a white face, gold case, and brown leather band. (4) Two red and gold pens. RecdÐOctober 28, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,035. General Services Administration. Anthony Lake, Assistant to the Framed oil on canvas painting, His Excellency Jean-Bertrand Non-acceptance would cause em- President for National Security ``Cock Fighters,'' by Gesner Ar- Aristide, President of the Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. Affairs. mand and signed by artist. public of Haiti. Government. Approx. 16′′20′′. RecdÐNovem- ber 2, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$250. General Services Administration. Robert E. Rubin, Assistant to the Print of New Amsterdam, dated His Excellency Helmut Tuerk, Am- Non-acceptance would cause em- President for Economic Policy. circa 1650. RecdÐSeptember bassador of Austria. barrassment to donor and U.S. 6, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$450. Government. General Services Administration. Nancy Elisabet Soderberg, Spe- Framed painting on panel, ``Chil- His Excellency Jean-Bertrand Non-acceptance would cause em- cial Assistant to the President dren in the Yard,'' by Buffon Aristide, President of the Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. for National Security Affairs and Thermidor and signed by artist. public of Haiti. Government. Staff Director of the National Approx. 12′′16′′. RecdÐNovem- Security Council. ber 3, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$250. General Services Administration.

AGENCY: OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current disposi- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- Government tion or Government ance location

The Vice President ...... (1) Coffer, domed lid, red leather His Excellency Zine El-Abidine Non-acceptance would cause em- with gilt tooling, two doors en- Ben Ali, President of the Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. closing drawers to interior. public of Tunisia. Government. Approx. 211¤2'' W (TunisiaÐlate 20th century). Residence: For Official Use. (2) Dates, six bot- tles of Tunisian wine, and eight bottles of Tunisian olive oil. All food destroyed. RecdÐJanuary 1, 1994. Est.ValueÐ$490.00. The Vice President ...... Covered vegetable dishes, silver, His Excellency Murat Karayalcin, Non-acceptance would cause em- each with nut finial and pierced Deputy Prime Minister of the barrassment to donor and U.S. anthemion border (TurkeyÐlate Republic of Turkey. Government. 20th century). RecdÐJanuary 13, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$225.00. Archive Foreign. The Vice President ...... Ewer, matte green ceramic repro- His Excellency Yitzak Rabin, Non-acceptance would cause em- duction of the original iron age Prime Minister of Israel. barrassment to donor and U.S. vessel, applied with silver Government. scrolling, hieroglyphics and pic- tograms, wire stand (late 20th century). RecdÐMarch 7, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$250.00. Archive Foreign. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30647

AGENCY: OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current disposi- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- Government tion or Government ance location

The Vice President ...... Platter, silver, shaped border, His Excellency Gonzalo Sanchez Non-acceptance would cause em- deep cavetto. Approx. 161¤4'' L De Lozada, President of the barrassment to donor and U.S. (BoliviaÐ20th century). RecdÐ Republic of Bolivia. Government. March 20, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $450.00. Mrs. Gore's Office: For Official Use. The Vice President ...... Vase, porcelain having red, green The Honorable Pramual Non-acceptance would cause em- and gold foliate latticework Sabhavasu, Member of Par- barrassment to donor and U.S. ground, green and gold border, liament in Thailand. Government. centered with the seal of the Vice President Gore. Approx. 16'' diameter across two han- dles (ThailandÐlate 20 cen- tury). RecdÐMay 5, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$650.00. Mrs. Gore's Office: For Official Use. The Vice President ...... Trophy, silvered and gilded metal His Royal Highness Prince Saud Non-acceptance would cause em- in the form of a soccer ball Al Faisal, Minister of Foreign Af- barrassment to donor and U.S. flanked by two feathers, mala- fairs of Saudi Arabia. Government. chite, base, fitted case and box. Approx. 12'' H. (Saudi ArabiaÐ late 20th century). RecdÐJuly 11, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$250.00. Archive Foreign. The Vice President ...... Plaques, bronze, 50 year celebra- His Excellency Lech Walesa, Non-acceptance would cause em- tion of the Warsaw Insurrection President of the Republic of Po- barrassment to donor and U.S. by the following Polish artists: land. Government. Trzebiatowski, Dobrucka, Dworski, Januskiewicz, and Nowakowski. Approx. 4'' x 31¤2'' (varies). RecdÐAugust 1, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$650.00. Archive Foreign. The Vice President ...... (1) Tray, 800 silver decorated with His Excellency Mohamed Hosni Non-acceptance would cause em- bright cut engraving with a fitted Mobarak, President of the Arab barrassment to donor and U.S. case. Approx. 10'' diameter Republic of Egypt. Government. (EgyptÐ20th century). Mrs. Gore's Office: For Official Use. (2) Tablecloth and six napkins, cotton, with polychrome and gilt floral embroidery (EgyptÐlate 20th century). Archive Foreign. (3) Mirror, 800 silver repousse back and frame, bird finial with a fitted case. Approx. 7'' diame- ter (EgyptÐlate 20th century). Mrs. Gore's Office: For Official Use. RecdÐSeptember 6, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$480.00. The Vice President ...... Medal, high karat yellow gold, re- The Honorable Carlo Non-acceptance would cause em- production of an ancient coin. Scognamiglio, President of the barrassment to donor and U.S. Approx. 11¤2'' diameter (late Italian Senate. Government. 20th century). RecdÐ October 19, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$600.00. Archive Foreign. The Vice President ...... (1) Footed bowl, silver and parcel The Honorable N.K.P. Salve, Min- Non-acceptance would cause em- silver gilt having repousse floral ister of Power, Government of barrassment to donor and U.S. motifs. Appox. 11'' diameter India. Government. (IndiaÐlate 20th century). (2) Badge, 18 karat yellow gold with enamel decoration ``Indian Power Delegation, India USA'' and name ``Albert Gore.'' RecdÐNovember 11, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$625.00. 30648 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current disposi- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- Government tion or Government ance location

The Vice President ...... (1) Five jars of malossol caviar. The Honorable Yuli M. Vorontsov, Non-acceptance would cause em- Approx. 4 ounces. (2) Five bot- Ambassador Extraordinary and barrassment to donor and U.S. tles of vodka. RecdÐDecember Plenipotentiary of the Russian Government. 25, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$300.00. Federation. White House Mess: For Official Use. Mrs. Gore ...... Covered bowl, oval, 800 silver, Mrs. Laila Moussa, Wife Amre Non-acceptance would cause em- hinged lid with pierced and Moussa, Minister of Foreign Af- barrassment to donor and U.S. bright cut engraved decoration. fairs of the Arab Republic of Government. Approx. 81¤2'' L oval (EgyptÐ Egypt. 20th century). RecdÐSeptem- ber 22, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $350.00. Mrs. Gore's Office: For Official Use. The Vice President and Mrs. Gore (1) Painting, oil on canvas, land- His Excellency Nursultan Non-acceptance would cause em- scape, framed. Approx. 22'' x Nazarbayev, President of the barrassment to donor and U.S. 33'' (by P.I. Krivenko, 1994). (2) Republic of Kazakhstan. Government. Vase, porcelain having grey lus- ter glaze with applied roses of the same material. Approx. 151¤4'' (KazakhstanÐlate 20th century). (3) Pelt of a wolf. (4) Cufflinks, 18 karat yellow gold disks, each engraved with the coat of arms of Kazakhstan. RecdÐFebruary 14, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,175.00. Archive For- eign. The Vice President and Mrs. Gore (1) Book, the Tretyakov Gallery His Excellency Gherman V. Non-acceptance would cause em- collection. (2) Jewelry (neck- Zharov, Head, Section of Proto- barrassment to donor and U.S. lace, pair of earrings, and ring), col Administrative Department, Government. silver wire mountings, each set The State Duma, The Assembly with a polished piece of amber of the Russian Federation. (late 20th century). (3) Scarf, silk, printed ``Russia'' in cyrillic. (4) Tea service (a teapot, cov- ered sugar bowl, creamer, and six cups and saucers), porcelain having brown ``embroidery'' decoration (RussiaÐlate 20th century). RecdÐMarch 9, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$615.00. Archive Foreign. The Vice President and Mrs. Gore (1) Satchel, leather and suede, by His Excellency Carlos Menem, Non-acceptance would cause em- Casa Lopez (ArgentinaÐlate President of the Argentine Na- barrassment to donor and U.S. 20th century). (2) Attache case, tion. Government. brown leather (ArgentinaÐlate 20th century). (3) Suitcase, two suiter, brown leather, by Casa Lopez (Argentina). (4) Mate cup and sipper (Approx. 51¤2'' H), plus straw, repoussee sterling silver with yellow gold highlights and Argentina coat of arms by Ricciardi (late 20th century). RecdÐMarch 21, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$725.00. Archive For- eign. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30649

AGENCY: OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current disposi- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- Government tion or Government ance location

The Vice President and Mrs. Gore (1) Bolts of Moroccan fabric with His Majesty Hassan II, King of Non-acceptance would cause em- hold maylar threads. (2) Trunk, Morocco. barrassment to donor and U.S. rose leather with gold tooling Government. over a wood case, monogram of King Hassan II. Approx. 233¤4'' W (MoroccoÐlate 20th century). (3) Cachepot, pottery with polychrome glazes and gilding. Approx. 18'' H x 21'' di- ameter (MoroccoÐlate 20th century). RecdÐApril 14, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,200.00. Archive Foreign. The Vice President and Mrs. Gore (1) Belt buckle, sterling silver, two His Excellency Andreas Non-acceptance would cause em- parts by Michala. Each approx. Papandreou, Prime Minister of barrassment to donor and U.S. 21¤4'' diameter (GreeceÐlate the Hellenic Republic. Government. 20th century). Archive Foreign. (2) Urn, sterling silver, elon- gated handles, gilt lined by Michala. Approx. 43¤4'' H (GreeceÐlate 20th century). Mrs. Gore's Office: For Official Use. RecdÐApril 20, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$575.00.. The Vice President and Mrs. Gore Figure, polished bronze, warrior His Excellency Nicephore Soglo, Non-acceptance would cause em- holding axe in right hand and President of the Republic of barrassment to donor and U.S. bird in left. Approx. 251¤2'' H. Benin, and Mrs. Soglo. Government. (BeninÐlate 20th century). RecdÐMay 11, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$250.00. Archive For- eign. The Vice President and Mrs. Gore (1) Tightly woven basket with His Excellency President K.T. Non-acceptance would cause em- cover, decorations are brown Nujoma, President of the Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. and designs are geometric. public of Nimibia, and Mrs. Government. Approx. 21'' H x 17'' W. (2) Os- Nujoma. trich purse≤ (3) Round woven straw plate to hang. RecdÐMay 11, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$550.00. Residence: For Official Use. The Vice President and Mrs. Gore (1) Incense burner, silver, pierced His Excellency P.V. Narasimha Non-acceptance would cause em- and chased, removable lid, in Rao, Prime Minister of India. barrassment to donor and U.S. fitted box. Approx. 8'' diameter Government. x 9'' H (IndiaÐlate 20th cen- tury). Residence: For Official Use. (2) Charger, white marble decorated with gold, red, and green lacquers in geometric motif. Approx. 12'' diameter (IndiaÐlate 20th century). Ar- chive Foreign. (3) Rosewater bottle, white marble decorated with gold, red, and green lac- quers. 6'' H (IndiaÐlate 20th century). Archive Foreign. RecdÐMay 18, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$660.00. 30650 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

President ...... Two Bangladeshi-made jute car- His Excellency Humayun Kabir, Non-acceptance would cause em- pets; one is blue with white trim Ambassador of the People's barrassment to donor and U.S. and geometric designs, and the Republic of Bangladesh. Government. other is red. RecdÐFebruary 14, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1000. Archive Foreign. President ...... (1) Enamel shield that bears a His Excellency Eduard Non-acceptance would cause em- picture of a gladiator on a white Shevardnadze, Chairman of the barrassment to donor and U.S. horse stabbing a serpent with a State Council of the Republic of Government. spear. The shield is lettered Georgia. ``Good Defeats Evil'' in English and Georgian text. (2) Multicol- ored, handwoven rug with white trim. Approx. 58′′ x 43′′. RecdÐ March 7, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $1850. Archive Foreign. President ...... (1) Three abstract glass sculp- His Excellency Leonid Kravchuk, Non-acceptance would cause em- tures: yellow/green, blue, and President of Ukraine. barrassment to donor and U.S. rose. Each has a hole in its Government. base for bulb insert to illuminate sculpture. (2) Two volumes of il- luminated manuscripts in Cyrillic text. RecdÐMarch 4, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$750. Archive Foreign. President ...... (1) Waterford cut-crystal punch His Excellency Albert Reynolds, Non-acceptance would cause em- bowl. (2) Wooden statue of Prime Minister of Ireland. barrassment to donor and U.S. seagulls. RecdÐMarch 18, Government. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$5000. Ar- chive Foreign. Sterling silver sugar nips, circa ...... 1750. RecdÐMarch 18, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$500. Archive For- eign President ...... (1) Framed expressionist-style oil His Excellency Franjo Tudjman, Non-acceptance would cause em- painting of Jesus Christ by Anto President of the Republic of barrassment to donor and U.S. Mamusa. Approx. 46′′ x 34′′. (2) Croatia. Government. Gold Croatian coin. RecdÐ March 22, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $800. Archive Foreign. President ...... 73 trees planted in Israel in mem- His Excellency Yitzhak Rabin, Non-acceptance would cause em- ory of the President's mother, Prime Minister of Israel. barrassment to donor and U.S. Virginia Kelly. RecdÐMarch 11, Government. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$730. Ar- chive Foreign.

AGENCY: OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

The Vice President and Mrs. Gore (1) Two bangle bracelets, 22 karat His Excellency Faroog Ahmad Non-acceptance would cause em- yellow gold pierced filigree Khan Leghari, President of the barrassment to donor and U.S. (PakistanÐlate 20th century). Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Government. Archive Foreign. (2) Rug, wool on cotton, ivory field with six round pastel foliate and floral medallions, seven borders with tan main. Approx. 541¤4′′x87′′ (PakistanÐlate 20th century). Residence: For Official Use. RecdÐMay 25, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,700.00. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30651

AGENCY: OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENTÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

Vice President and Mrs. Gore ...... (1) Cigarette box, sterling silver His Excellency Chuan Leekpai, Non-acceptance would cause em- with niello decoration, bright cut Prime Minister of the Kingdom barrassment to donor and U.S. engraved center. Approx. 81¤2′′ of Thailand. Government. L (ThaiÐlate 20th century). (2) Fabric, salmon and white woven silk in traditional ``Ikat'' manner, boxed. Approx. 39′′ x 14,6′′ (ThaiÐlate 20th century). RecdÐOctober 19, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$350.00. Archive For- eign. The Vice President and Mrs. Gore (1) Vase, silver with imperial gold His Imperial Majesty, The Em- Non-acceptance would cause em- chrysanthemum ``mon'' to side peror of Japan, and The Em- barrassment to donor and U.S. in fitted wood box. Approx. 13′′ press of Japan. Government. H (JapaneseÐlate 20th cen- tury). (2) Picture frame, silver with gold imperial Chrysan- themum ``mon'' to top. Approx. 131¤4′′ x 101¤4′′ (JapaneseÐlate 20th century). (3) Box covered, silver with pale and darker green cloisonne enamel decora- tion centered with the imperial gold chrysanthemum ``mon''. Approx. 33¤4′′ diameter (Japa- neseÐlate 20th century). RecdÐNovember 10, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$775.00. Archive Foreign. The Vice President and Mrs. Gore (1) Sculpture, soapstone (steatite), The Right Honorable Jean Non-acceptance would cause em- depicting a musk ox with com- Cretien, P.C., M.P., Prime Min- barrassment to donor and U.S. position horns. Approx. 61¤2′′ H ister of Canada, and Mrs. Aline Government. (EskimoÐlate 20th century). Cretien. The Vice President's Office: For Official Use. RecdÐDecember 13, 1994. (2) Box, silver plate, cast with Northwest American Indian motifs by Boma. Approx. 41¤2′′ diameter (late 20th cen- tury). Archive Foreign. RecdÐ December 13, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$285.00. The Vice President's Family ...... (1) Pocket watch, silver plated His Excellency, Viktor Non-acceptance would cause em- hunt case decorated with impe- Chernomydin, Chairman of the barrassment to donor and U.S. rial Russian eagle coat of arms Council of Ministers of the Rus- Government. to front and rear, plated chain. sian Federation, and Mrs. The Vice President's Senate Of- Chernomydin. fice: For Official Use. (2) Plaque, Palekh lacquer, two troikas. Approx. 91¤4′′ x 153¤4′′ (by S. Fedoskino, RussiaÐ 1989). Foreign Archive. (3) Brooch, carved bone rose, in- side a cigarette box, Palekh lac- quer, landscape, by Fedoskino. Approx. 61¤2′′ L (RussiaÐlate 20th century). The Vice Presi- dent's Senate Office: For Offi- cial Use. RecdÐJune 22, 1994. Est. Value)Ð$755.00. 30652 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

UNITED STATES SENATE Report of Tangible Gifts Calendar Year 1994

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

Robert L. Benoit, Sergeant at Etched plate with silver plating. King Hussein of the Kingdom of Non-acceptance would have Arms. RecdÐJuly 26, 1994. Est. Jordan. caused embarrassment to the valueÐ$175. Disposition: Dis- donor and the U.S. Govern- play in Sergeant at Arms' office. ment. Hank Brown, U.S. Senator ...... Polish cavalry sword. RecdÐOct. Predsident Lech Walesa of Po- Non-acceptance would have 24, 1994. Est. valueÐ$523. De- land. caused embarrassment to the posited with the Secretary of donor and the U.S. Govern- the Senate. ment. Bob Dole, U.S. Senator ...... Mother-of-pearl box. RecdÐMay Prime Minister of India, P.V. Non-acceptance would have 18, 1994. Est. valueÐ$100. De- Narasimha Rao. caused embarrassment to the posited with the Secretary of donor and the U.S. Govern- the Senate. ment. Bob Dole, U.S. Senator ...... Gold and Silver boat. RecdÐJuly President of the Kuwaiti National Non-acceptance would have 8, 1994. Est. valueÐ$504. Dis- Assembly, Ahmed Abdul-Aziz caused embarrassment to the position: Display in the Sen- Al-Saadoon. donor and the U.S. Govern- ator's office. ment. John McCain, U.S. Senator ...... Solid gold medallion. RecdÐJune 1st Prime Minister, Minister of Non-acceptance would have 24, 1994. Est. valueÐ$106. De- State for Economic Reform, caused embarrassment to the posited with the Secretary of Mircea Cosea; Chairman of donor and the U.S. Govern- the Senate. Credit Bank, Marcel Ivan; Gov- ment. ernment of Romania. John McCain, U.S. Senator ...... Silver and gold ship. RecdÐMay Ahmed Abdul-Aziz Al-Saadoon, Non-acceptance would have 17, 1994. Est. valueÐ$500. De- Government fo Kuwait. caused embarrassment to the posited with the Secretary of donor and the U.S. Govern- the Senate. ment. George J. Mitchell, U.S. Senator .. Power loomed, garden design ori- President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt Non-acceptance would have ental rug. RecdÐOct. 27, 1994. caused embarrassment to the Est. valueÐ$180. Deposited donor and the U.S. Govern- with the Secretary of the Senate. ment. Sam Nunn, U.S. Senator ...... Silver filigree box. RecdÐOct. 4, Minister J.B. Habibie of Indonesia Non-acceptance would have 1994. Est. valueÐ$250±300. caused embarrassment to the Disposition: Display in the Sen- donor and the U.S. Govern- ator's office. ment. Sam Nunn, U.S. Senator ...... Set fo six silver with gold-tipped President of South Korea, Kim Non-acceptance would have dessert spoons and forks. Young Sam. caused embarrassment to the RecdÐOct. 19, 1994. Est. donor and the U.S. Govern- valueÐover $250. Disposition: ment. Display in Senator's office.

UNITED STATES SENATE Report of Travel or Expenses of Travel Calendar Year 1994

Name and title of person accept- Brief description of travel or ex- ing travel expenses consistent penses accepted as consistent Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- with the interests of the U.S. Gov- with the interests of the U.S. Gov- government ance ernment ernment and occurring outside the United States

Gale Awaya, Congressional Fel- Transportation and lodging in Government of Pakistan ...... Official travel to meet with govern- low, Office of Senator Inouye. country, Nov. 13±19, 1994. ment officials, visit refugee camps and various sites. Robert F. Bennett, U.S. Senator, Transportation in country, Jan 4± Government of China ...... No commercial transportation Joyce Bennett, Spouse, U.S. 8, 1994. available to meeting sites. Senator. Robert F. Bennett, U.S. Senator, Transportation within country to Government of Indonesia ...... U.S. military aircraft too large to Joyce Bennett, Spouse, U.S. official meetings, Jan. 13, 1994. land at airports where meetings Senator. held. Benjamin S. Cooper, Staff Dir., Transportation in country, Jan. 4± Government of China ...... No commercial transportation Committee on Energy and Nat- 8, 1994. available to meeting sites. ural Resources. Benjamin S. Cooper, Staff Dir., Transportation within country to Government of Indonesia ...... U.S military aircraft too large to Committee on Energy and Nat- official meetings, Jan. 13, 1994. land at airports where meetings ural Resources. held. Gary Ellisworth, Minority General Transportation in country, Jan. 4± Government of China ...... No commercial transportation Counsel, Committee on Energy 8, 1994. available to meeting sites. and Natural Resources. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30653

UNITED STATES SENATEÐContinued Report of Travel or Expenses of Travel Calendar Year 1994

Brief description of travel or ex- Name and title of person accept- penses accepted as consistent ing travel expenses consistent with the interests of the U.S. Gov- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- with the interests of the U.S. Gov- ernment and occurring outside the government ance ernment United States

Gary Ellsworth, Minority General Transportation within country to Government of Indonesia ...... U.S. military aircraft too large to Counsel, Committee on Energy official meetings, Jan. 13, 1994. land at airports where meetings and Natural Resources. held. Mark O. Hatfield, U.S. Senator, Transportation in country, Jan. 4± Government of China ...... No commercial transportation Antoinette Hatfield, Spouse, 8, 1994. available to meeting sites. U.S. Senator. Mark O. Hatfield, U.S. Senator, Transportation within country to Government of Indonesia ...... U.S. military aircraft too large to Antoinette Hatfield, Spouse, official meetings, Jan. 13, 1994. land at airports where meetings U.S. Senator. held. Laura Hudson, Legislative Direc- Transportation in country, Jan. 4± Government of China ...... No commercial transportation tor, Office of Senator Johnston. 8, 1994. available to meeting sites. Laura Hudson, Legislative Direc- Transportation within country to Government of Indonesia ...... U.S. military aircraft too large to tor, Office of Senator Johnston. official meetings, Jan. 13, 1994. land at airports where meetings held. J. Bennett Johnston, U.S. Sen- Transportation in country, Jan. 4± Government of China ...... No commercial transportation ator, Mary Johnston, Spouse, 8, 1994. available to meeting sites. U.S. Senator. J. Bennett Johnston, U.S. Sen- Transportation within country to Government of Indonesia ...... U.S. military aircraft too large to ator, Mary Johnston, Spouse, official meetings, Jan. 13, 1994. land at airports where meetings U.S. Senator. held. Anne LeMay, Legislative Cor- Transportation and lodging in Government of Pakistan ...... Official travel to meet with govern- respondent, Office of Senator country, Nov. 13±19, 1994. ment officials, visit refugee Jeffords. camps and various sites. Greg McGinity, Legislative Aide, Transportation and lodging in Government of Pakistan ...... Official travel to meet with govern- Office of Senator Cochran. country, Nov. 13±19, 1994. ment officials, visit refugee camps and various sites. Harlan Mathews, U.S. Senator, Transportation in country, Jan. 4± Government of China ...... No commercial transportation Patsy Mathews, Spouse, U.S. 8, 1994. available to meeting sites. Senator. Harlan Mathews, U.S. Senator, Transportation within country to Government of Indonesia ...... U.S. military aircraft too large to Patsy Mathews, Spouse, U.S. official meetings, Jan. 13, 1994. land at airports where meetings Senator. held. Don Nickles, U.S. Senator ...... Transportation in coutnry, Jan. 4± Government of China ...... No commercial transportation 8, 1994. available to meeting sites. Don Nickles, U.S. Senator ...... Transportation within country to Government of Indonesia ...... U.S. military aircraft too large to official meetings, Jan. 13, 1994. land at airports where meetings held. Jan Paulk, Director, Office of Transportation in country, Jan. 4± Government of China ...... No commercial transportation Interparliamentary Services. 8, 1994. available to meeting sites. Jan Paulk, Director, Office of Transportation within country to Government of Indonesia ...... U.S. military aircraft too large to Interparliamentary Services. official meetings, Jan. 13, 1994. land at airports where meetings held. Eric Silagy, Legislative Assistant, Transportation in country, Jan. 4± Government of China ...... No commercial transportation Office of Senator Johnston. 8, 1994.. available to meeting sites. Eric Silagy, Legislative Assistant, Transportation within country to Government of Indonesia ...... U.S. military aircraft too large to Office of Senator Johnston. official meetings, Jan. 13, 1994. land at airports where meetings held. Alan K. Simpson, U.S. Senator, Transportation in country, Jan. 4± Government of China ...... No commercial transportation Ann Simpson, Spouse, U.S. 8, 1994. available to meeting sites. Senator. Alan K. Simpson, U.S. Senator, Transportation within country to Government of Indonesia ...... U.S. military aircraft too large to Ann Simpson, Spouse, U.S. official meetings, Jan. 13, 1994. land at airports where meetings Senator. held. Arlen Specter, U.S. Senator, Joan Transportation in country, Jan. 4± Government of China ...... No commercial transportation Specter, Spouse, U.S. Senator. 8, 1994. available to meeting sites. Arlen Specter, U.S. Senator, Joan Transportation within country to Government of Indonesia ...... U.S. military aircraft too large to Specter, Spouse, U.S. Senator. official meetings, Jan. 13, 1994. land at airports where meetings held. G. Robert Wallace, Minority Staff Transportation in country, Jan. 4± Government of China ...... No commercial transportation Director, Committee on Energy 8, 1994. available to meeting sites. and Natural Resources. 30654 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

UNITED STATES SENATEÐContinued Report of Travel or Expenses of Travel Calendar Year 1994

Brief description of travel or ex- Name and title of person accept- penses accepted as consistent ing travel expenses consistent with the interests of the U.S. Gov- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- with the interests of the U.S. Gov- ernment and occurring outside the government ance ernment United States

G. Robert Wallace, Minority Staff Transportation within country to Government of Indonesia ...... U.S. military aircraft too large to Director, Committee on Energy official meetings, Jan. 13, 1994. land at airports where meetings and Natural Resources. held. Sharon Waxman, Legislative As- Transportation and lodging in Government of Pakistan ...... Official travel to meet with govern- sistant, Office of Senator Lau- country, Nov. 13±19, 1994. ment officials, visit refugee tenberg. camps and various sites.

AGENCY: U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

Lee H. Hamilton, Member of Con- Pakistani Rug, 4.8 x 7, Hunt President of Pakistan, H.E. Sardar Non-acceptance would have gress. scene with lance bearing horse- Farooq Ahmed Leghari. caused embarrassment to men and archers among var- donor. ious animals on cream ground, surrounded by pink border con- taining various animals. RecdÐ May 24, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $500. Approved for official dis- play. Michael J. O'Neil, Counsel to the Box set of black lacquer and gold King Hussein of Jordan ...... Non-acceptance would have Speaker. plated pens, wrist watch and caused embarrassment to lighter RecdÐAugust 1, 1994. donor. Est. ValueÐ$600. To be re- tained by the Clerk of the House for official display..

AGENCY: U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Report of Travel or Expenses of Travel

Brief description and estimated Name and title of person accept- value of travel or travel expenses ing travel or travel expenses con- accepted as consistent with the Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- sistent with the interests of the interests of the U.S. Government government ance U.S. Government and occurring outside the United States

Jay Kim, Member of Congress ..... 6 nights lodging in Korea, and Republic of Korea ...... Authorized by 5 U.S.C. food for Member and Spouse, § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii). Nov. 13±19, 1994. James T. Kolbe, Member of Con- One way airfare from Beijing, The People's Republic of China ... Authorized by 5 U.S.C. gress. China to Qingdao, China, food § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii). and lodging, Nov. 12±16, 1994. Michael G. Oxley, Member of Ground transportation from German Federal Railway ...... Authorized by 5 U.S.C. Congress. Stutgart to Munich, Germany, § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii). for Member and Spouse, Au- gust 29, 1994. Michael G. Oxley, Member of Ground transportation from Madrid Spanish National Railway ...... Authorized by 5 U.S.C. Congress. to Avila, , for Member and § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii). Spouse, September 3, 1994. Al Swift, Member of Congress ...... Ground transportation from German Federal Railway ...... Authorized by 5 U.S.C. Stutgart to Munich, Germany, § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii). for Member and Spouse, Au- gust 29, 1994. Al Swift, Member of Congress ...... Ground transportation from Madrid Spanish National Railway ...... Authorized by 5 U.S.C. to Avila, Spain, for Member and § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii). Spouse, September 3, 1994. W.J. (Billy) Tauzin, Member of Ground transportation from German Federal Railway ...... Authorized by 5 U.S.C. Congress. Stutgart to Munich, Germany, § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii). for Member and Spouse, Au- gust 29, 1994. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30655

AGENCY: U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESÐContinued Report of Travel or Expenses of Travel

Brief description and estimated Name and title of person accept- value of travel or travel expenses ing travel or travel expenses con- accepted as consistent with the Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- sistent with the interests of the interests of the U.S. Government government ance U.S. Government and occurring outside the United States

W.J. (Billy) Tauzin, Member of Ground transportation from Madrid Spanish National Railway ...... Authorized by 5 U.S.C. Congress. to Avila, Spain, for Member and § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii). Spouse, September 3, 1994. Mark Brown, Rep. William J. Food, lodging and ground trans- Federal Republic of Germany ...... Authorized by 5 U.S.C. Hughes. portation within Germany, April § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii). 23±May 7, 1994. Sheila Canavan, Subcommittee Food, lodging, air, ground and Bundestag/Bundesrat of the Fed- Authorized by 5 U.S.C. on Environment, Energy and boat transportation within Ger- eral Republic of Germany. § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii). Natural Resources. many, April 23±May 7, 1994. Arthur Endres, Subcommittee on Ground transportation from German Federal Railway ...... Authorized by 5 U.S.C. Transportation and Hazardous Stutgart to Munich, Germany, § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii). Materials. August 29, 1994. Arthur Endres, Subcommittee on Ground transportation from Madrid Spanish National Railway ...... Authorized by 5 U.S.C. Transportation and Hazardous to Avila, Spain, September 3, § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii). Materials. 1994. Janina A. Jaruzelski, Subcomm. Food, lodging, ground and boat Bundestag/Bundesrat of the Fed- Authorized by 5 U.S.C. on Oversight and Investigations. transportation within Germany, eral Republic of Germany. § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii). April 23±May 7, 1994. James H. Mathews, Subcommit- Round trip air transportation from ...... Authorized by 5 U.S.C. tee on Fisheries Management. Mexico City, Mexico, to § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii). Guererro Negro (Bjoa California Sur) Mexico. Round trip boat trip Ojo de Liebre Lagoon, Feb. 27±28, 1994. David P.W. Orlin, Appropriations Food, lodging, round trip air trans- Government of Pakistan ...... Authorized by 5 U.S.C. Committee. portation to Peshawar, and bus § 7342(c)(1)(B)(ii). transportation from Lahore to Khati, Nov. 13±Nov. 20, 1994.

AGENCY: U.S. AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

J. Brian Atwood, Administrator ..... Wool wall hanging, approx. 41′′ × Dr. Amal Osman, Minister of In- Non-acceptance would have 74′′, multicolored, river scene. surance and Social Affairs, Arab caused embarrassment to RecdÐOctober 20, 1994. Est. Republic of Egypt. donor & U.S. Government. ValueÐ$250. Retained by Agency for official use.

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

Mr. Bauerlein, Deputy Under Sec- Cufflinks (1 pair), 18 carat gold, Gen. Tantawi, Minister of De- Non-acceptance would have retary of the Air Force for Inter- oblong. RecdÐMay 10, 1994. fense, Egypt. caused embarrassment to national Affairs. Est. ValueÐ$295.00. On official donor & U.S. Government. display in Mr. Bauerlein's office. Colonel Samuel H. Clovis, Jr., Native ceremonial dagger. RecdÐ His Highness the Amir, Shaikh Isa Non-acceptance would have Chief, U.S. Office of Military Co- January 13, 1994. Est. ValueÐ Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Bahrain. caused embarrassment to operation, Bahrain. $200.00 Turned-in to GSA, donor & U.S. Government. , 1994. Colonel Samuel H. Clovis, Jr., Men's Baume and Mercier wrist- His Highness the Amir, Shaikh Isa Non-acceptance would have Chief, U.S. Office of Military Co- watch. RecdÐJanuary 13, Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Bahrain. caused embarrassment to operation, Bahrain. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$600.00. donor & U.S. Government. Turned in to GSA, June 23, 1994. 30656 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCEÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

Colonel Samuel H. Clovis, Jr., Women's Eterna wristwatch. His Highness the Amir, Shaikh Isa Non-acceptance would have Chief, U.S. Office of Military Co- RecdÐJanuary 13, 1994. Est. Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Bahrain. caused embarrassment to operation, Bahrain. ValueÐ$1,500.00. Turned in to donor & U.S. Government. GSA, June 23, 1994, subse- quently purchased by Colonel Clovis. Colonel Samuel H. Clovis, Jr., Women's single-strand pearl His Highness the Amir, Shaikh Isa Non-acceptance would have Chief, U.S. Office of Military Co- necklace. RecdÐJanuary 13, Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Bahrain. caused embarrassment to operation, Bahrain. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$3,000. donor & U.S. Government. Turned in to GSA, June 23, 1994. Major General Henry M. Hobgood, Oil painting (sunset and religious Lieutenant General Sophoan Non-acceptance would have Commander, 37th Training temple). RecdÐMay 31, 1994. Khen, Cambodian student, De- caused embarrassment to Wing, Lackland Air Force Base, Est. ValueÐ$500.00. Turned in fense Language Institute, donor & U.S. Government. Texas. to GSA, August 4, 1994.. Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. Major General Henry M. Hobgood, Books (2), ``Kuwait, A Nation's Lieutenant Colonel Al-Zayed, Ku- Non-acceptance would have Commander, 37th Training Story'' and ``Faces of Kuwait''. wait Liaison Officer to Defense caused embarrassment to Wing, Lackland Air Force Base, RecdÐNovember 23, 1994. Language Institute, Lackland Air donor & U.S. Government. Texas. Est. ValueÐ$300.00. On official Force Base, Texas. display in 37th Training Wing building. Special Agent Joseph G. Gift certificates (non redeemable Senior Superintendent Kim Yong- Attempts to decline acceptance Lukowski, Commander, Air for cash) for purchase of goods Che, Foreign Affairs Division II, were unsuccessful; further effort Force Office of Special Inves- on Korean market. RecdÐDe- Seoul, Korea. would have caused embarrass- tigations, Det 614, Yongsan cember 22, 1994. Est. ValueÐ ment to donor. Army Garrison, Seoul, Korea. $250.00. Donated to Hye-Shim- Won Children's Orphanage, Seoul, Korea. The Honorable Sheila Widnall, Necklace and pendant RecdÐ Field Marshall Husien Tantawi, Non-acceptance would have Secretary of the Air Force, The May 10, 1994. Est. ValueÐ Minister of Defense & Military caused embarrassment to Pentagon, Washington, DC. $560.00. On official display in Production, Egypt. donor & U.S. Government. the office of the Secretary of the Air Force. The Honorable Sheila Widnall, Vase, (90% silver). RecdÐFeb- Gen. Ramon Vega Hildago, Com- Non-acceptance would have Secretary of the Air Force, The ruary 22, 1994. Est. ValueÐ mander in Chief, Chilean Air caused embarrassment to Pentagon, Washington, DC. $350.00. On official display in Force. donor & U.S. Government. the office of the Secretary of the Air Force.

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and gov- Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- ernment ance ernment tion or location

BG William P. Tangney, Com- Chronosport Universal Diving Prince Abdullah Lah Bin Hussein, Non-acceptance would have mander, Special Operations Timer Watch. RecdÐFebruary Commander, Jordanian Special caused embarrassment to the Command Central, MacDill 1994. Est. ValueÐ$495.00. Forces. donor. AFB, Florida 33621. Pending a report to GSA. Ap- proved for official display. LTG James R. Ellis, Cdr, Third One Pakistani Rug (3′/2′′ x 5′/2′′). LTG Ali Farrakh Khan, Chief of Non-acceptance would have United States Army, Fort RecdÐNovember 30, 1993. the General of the Pakistan caused embarrassment to the McPherson, GA 30330±7000. Est. ValueÐ$450.00. Pending a Army. donor. report to GSA. Approved for of- ficial display. LTG James R. Ellis, Cdr, Third One Egyptian Rug (6′/7′′ x 9′/8′′). MG Abdel Lottif Mabrouk, Chief Non-acceptance would have United States Army, Fort RecdÐNovember 19, 1993. Egyptian Training Authority. caused embarrassment to the McPherson, GA 30330±7000. Est. ValueÐ$400.00. Pending a donor. report to GSA. Approved for of- ficial display. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30657

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMYÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and gov- Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- ernment ance ernment tion or location

COL William H. Kennedy, III, Gold, Jeweled Indian Necklace Wife of MG Ali Al-Mumin, Chief of Non-acceptance would have ARCENT Training and Security- set with Bracelet, Earrings, and Staff of Kuwait Armed Forces. caused embarrassment to the Kuwait, DOHA, APO AE 09889. Ring. RecdÐFebruary 10, donor. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$600.00. Pending transfer to GSA. GEN Frederick M. Franks, Jr., Book, ``Japan: An Illustrated Ency- GEN Tomizawa, Chief of Staff, Non-acceptance would have Cdr, Training and Doctrine clopedia''. RecdÐMay 18, Japan Ground Self Defense caused embarrassment to the Cmd, Fort Monroe, VA 23651± 1994. Est. ValueÐ$250.00. Force. donor. 5000. Pending a report to GSA. Ap- proved for official display. COL William H. Kennedy, III, Yves Saint Laurent Swiss, Stain- MG Ali M. Al-Mu'min, Chief of the Non-acceptance would have Commander, U.S. Army Central less Steel, Quartz Watch. General Staff of the Kuwaiti caused embarrassment to the Command, Area Support RecdÐJuly 25, 1994. Est. Armed Forces. donor. GroupÐKuwait, APO AE ValueÐ$675.00. Pending trans- 09889±9900. fer to GSA. Honorable Togo D. West, Jr., Gold key chain and cuff links. Field Marshal Husien Tantawy, Non-acceptance would have Secretary of the Army. RecdÐMay 12, 1994. Est. Minister of Defense and Military caused embarrassment to the ValueÐ$650.00. Pending a re- Production, Egypt. donor and U.S. Government. port to GSA. Currently dis- played in the Office of the Sec- retary of the Army. GEN G.R. Sullivan, Chief of Staff, Oriental Rug. RecdÐ1991. Est. Chief of Staff Counterpart, Saudi Non-acceptance would have Army, Pentagon, Washington, ValueÐUnknown. Pending a re- Arabia. caused embarrassment to the D.C. port to GSA. Approved for dis- donor. play. GEN G.R. Sullivan, Chief of Staff, Taurus Model 44 Caliber .44. Chief of Staff Counterpart, Saudi Non-acceptance would have Army, Pentagon, Washington, Magnum Pistol, SN: NF970833. Arabia. caused embarrassment to the D.C. RecdÐAugust 1994. Est. donor. ValueÐ$449.00. Approved for display. Mrs. G.R. Sullivan, Chief of Staff, Gold Scarab Bettle Bracelet. Mrs. Wagida Tantawi, Wife, Min- Non-acceptance would have Army, Pentagon, Washington, RecdÐApril 1993. Est. ValueÐ ister of Defense and CINC caused embarrassment to the D.C. $250.00. Approved for display. Egyptian Armed Forces. donor.

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY Report of Travel or Expenses of Travel

Brief description and estimated Name and title of person accept- value of travel or travel expenses ing travel or travel expenses con- accepted as consistent with the Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- sistent with the interest of the U.S. interests of the U.S. Government government ance Government and occurring outside the United States

MG Paul J. Vanderploog, Director Recd.ÐJanuary 10±11, 1993. Est. Minister of Defense for the Gov- Non-acceptance would have of Logistics and Security Assist- ValueÐ$700.00. Expended for ernment of Bahrain. caused embarrassment to the ance Central Command, hotel room and meals. donor. MacDill AFB, Florida 33621. MG Paul J. Vanderploog, Director Recd.ÐJanuary 12±13, 1993. Est. Minister of Defense for the Gov- Non-acceptance would have of Logistics and Security Assist- ValueÐ$550.00. Expended for ernment of Bahrain. caused embarrassment to the ance Central Command, hotel room and meals. donor. MacDill AFB, Florida 33621. MG Paul J. Vanderploog, Director Recd.ÐMay 23±25, 1993. Est. Minister of Defense for the Gov- Non-acceptance would have of Logistics and Security Assist- ValueÐ$1,050.00. Expended ernment of Bahrain. caused embarrassment to the ance Central Command, for hotel room and meals. donor. MacDill AFB, Florida 33621. MG Paul J. Vanderploog, Director Recd.ÐOctober 04±06, 1993. Est. Minister of Defense for the Gov- Non-acceptance would have of Logistics and Security Assist- ValueÐ$1,050.00. Expended ernment of Bahrain. caused embarrassment to the ance Central Command, for hotel room and meals. donor. MacDill AFB, Florida 33621. 30658 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMYÐContinued Report of Travel or Expenses of Travel

Brief description and estimated Name and title of person accept- value of travel or travel expenses ing travel or travel expenses con- accepted as consistent with the Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- sistent with the interest of the U.S. interests of the U.S. Government government ance Government and occurring outside the United States

MG Paul J. Vanderploog, Director Recd.ÐOctober 09±10, 1993. Est. Minister of Defense for the Gov- Non-acceptance would have of Logistics and Security Assist- ValueÐ$550.00. Expended for ernment of Bahrain. caused embarrassment to the ance Central Command, hotel room and meals. donor. MacDill AFB, Florida 33621. MG Paul J. Vanderploog, Director Recd.ÐApril 15±18, 1994. Est. Minister of Defense for the Gov- Non-acceptance would have of Logistics and Security Assist- ValueÐ$500.00. Expended for ernment of Bahrain. caused embarrassment to the ance Central Command, hotel room. donor. MacDill AFB, Florida 33621.

AGENCY: CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY Report of Tangible GiftsÐ1994

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

Agency employee ...... Single strand of graduated 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have cultered pearls measuring ap- caused embarrassment to proximately 3 to 81¤2mm, with donor and U.S. Government. yellow gold clasp. L: 19 inches. Rec'd.Ð12 Jan 94. Est. ValueÐ$900. To be retained for official display. Agency employee ...... Ladies Eterna wristwatch. With 18 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have karat (750) yellow gold flexible caused embarrassment to chain link bracelet band. donor and U.S. Government. Rec'd.Ð12 Jan 94. Est. valueÐ $750. To be retained for official display. Agency employee ...... Baume & Mercier Riviera gentle- 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have man's wristwatch. With mother- caused embarrassment to of-pearl face and gilt Roman donor and U.S. Government. numerals and date calendar, within faceted gilt metal and stainless steel bezel and match- ing flexible bracelet. Case num- ber 5131.3. Together with pair matching cuff links. Rec'd.Ð12 Jan 94. Est. valueÐ$1,500. To be retained for official display. Unknown, employee ...... Goldish-onyx figure of a ram. 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Standing on all fours and look- caused embarrassment to ing to its left, on red lacquered donor and U.S. Government. stand. H: of figure 81¤2 inches. Rec'd.ÐEst. valueÐ$250. To be retained for official display. Unknown, employee ...... Marquetry and engraved bone in- 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have laid plaque of procession with caused embarrassment to elephant and soldiers. L: 293¤4 donor and U.S. Government. inches. Rec'd.Ð1 Jan 73. Est. ValueÐ$250. To be retained for official display. Unknown, employee ...... Quartz specimen gilt metal mount- 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have ed figure of a boar. In dustproof caused embarrassment to case. H: of boar 7; L: 12 inches. donor and U.S. Government. Rec'd.Ð1 Jan 75. Est valueÐ $500. To be retained for official display. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30659

AGENCY: CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCYÐContinued Report of Tangible GiftsÐ1994

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

Agency Employee ...... Gentleman's Rodo Diastar wrist- 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have watch. With yellow gold textured caused embarrassment to face and faceted simulated dia- donor and U.S. Government. mond stud at quarter hour. With gilt metal and stainless steel flexible band. Rec'dÐ1 May 93. Est. valueÐ$250. To be re- tained for official display. Agency employee ...... Rug. 106.9. Red ground with floral 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have medallion within floral border on caused embarrassment to white ground and complimen- donor and U.S. Government. tary guard border on light blue ground. Rec'dÐ1 May 94. Est. valueÐ$750. To be retained for official display. Admiral W.O. Studeman, USN, Silver three-light candelabrum, 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Deputy Director, Central Intel- 20th Century. Having cast caused embarrassment to ligence. palmette standard supporting donor and U.S. Government. scroll arms cresting in floriform candle sockets, and raised on domed base. H: 71¤8; W: 10 oz. Rec'dÐ8 May 94. Est. valueÐ $450. To be retained for official display. Admiral W.O. Studeman, USN, Middle Eastern repousse silver 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Deputy Director, Central Intel- coffee pot, contemporary. Hav- caused embarrassment to ligence. ing a bulbous tapering body donor and U.S. Government. repousseÂd and chased with flo- ral and leafage band, with strap handle and shaped spout; the domed lid and spear finial. H: 77¤8 inches. Wt. 12 oz. Rec'dÐ 12 May 94. Est. valueÐ$500. To be retained for official dis- play. Admiral W.O. Studeman, USN, Enameled and gilt filigree silver 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Deputy Director, Central Intel- and apple green jade bracelet, caused embarrassment to ligence. contemporary. Having four flexi- donor and U.S. Government. ble panels set with round jade carved with stylized phoenix birds within filigree mount with enameled floral and leaves and blue lavender. Rec'dÐ7 Jun 94. Est. valueÐ$750. To be re- tained for official display. Admiral W.O. Studeman, USN, Colored lithograph of Place de la 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Deputy Director, Central Intel- Concorde. In burlwood frame caused embarrassment to ligence. with green mat. 914 inches. donor and U.S. Government. Rec'dÐ16 May 94. Est. valueÐ $250. To be retained for official display. Agency employee ...... Mother-of-pearl inlaid reddish- 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have brown lacquer jewelry box, con- caused embarrassment to temporary. With rectangular donor and U.S. Government. hinged doomed lid opening to view a rose kid lined tray. With removable undertray. Overall in- laid with mother-of-pearl, butter- flies, scrolling vines and flowers. L: 81¤2; H: 41¤2 inches. Rec'dÐ 19 Jan 94. Est. valueÐ$250. To be retained for official dis- play. 30660 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCYÐContinued Report of Tangible GiftsÐ1994

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

Agency employee ...... Turquoise faÈõence mounted silver 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have three-piece ensemble. Consist- caused embarrassment to ing of necklace, bracelet and donor and U.S. Government. ring. Each set with turquoise- blue cicada mounted panels. Rec'dÐ2 May 94. Est. valueÐ $500. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Brass and steel four-barrel per- 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. cussion pistol, with burlwood caused embarrassment to stock. Note: reproduction of the donor and U.S. Government. original. L, of barrels: 57¤8 inches. Rec'dÐ28 Feb 94. Est. valueÐ$300. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Repousse sterling vase. The bul- 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. bous body and flared neck caused embarrassment to repousseÂd with band of flowers donor and U.S. Government. and leaves. H: 61¤4 inches. Wt. 9 oz. Rec'dÐ17 Feb 94. Est. valueÐ$350. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Pictorial rug of Director Woolsey. 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. 54.4. Rec'dÐ1 Feb 94. Est. caused embarrassment to valueÐ$750. To be retained for donor and U.S. Government. official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, One volume of stamps. In gold 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. brocaded floral silk binding. caused embarrassment to Rec'dÐ20 Jan 94. Est. valueÐ donor and U.S. Government. $250. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Mother-of-pearl inlaid black lac- 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. quer box. Rectangular with re- caused embarrassment to movable lid inlaid with bamboo donor and U.S. Government. stalks. 1391¤2 inches. Rec'dÐ19 Jan 94. Est. valueÐ$350. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Partial silk rug. 4.9 x 3.2. Ivory 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. ground with floral field and cen- caused embarrassment to tering oval medallion with com- donor and U.S. Government. plementary field on red ground. Blue spandrels. Floral guard border on beige ground. Rec'dÐ30 Mar 94. Est. valueÐ $600. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Pair sterling low candlesticks. 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. Each with chased candle sock- caused embarrassment to ets. Each, H: 31¤4 inches. Total donor and U.S. Government. weight 15 oz. Rec'dÐ17 Jan 94. Est. valueÐ$500. To be re- tained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Inlaid silver plated and steel dag- 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. ger. With decorated wood caused embarrassment to sheath. L: including sheath donor and U.S. Government. 161¤2 inches. Rec'dÐ5 Sep 94. Est. ValueÐ$400. To be re- tained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Green jade single strand necklace 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. and pair earrings. The necklace caused embarrassment to with sixty-two beads measuring donor and U.S. Government. approximately 101¤2 mm with yellow gold oval clasp set with cabochon green jade. 3 pieces. Rec'dÐ31 Oct 94. Est. ValueÐ $1,200. To be retained for offi- cial display. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30661

AGENCY: CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCYÐContinued Report of Tangible GiftsÐ1994

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

R. James Woolsey, Director, Oil on canvas. Signed in cyrillic 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. lower right and dated '94; also, caused embarrassment to titled, signed and dated on re- donor and U.S. Government. verse in cyrillic. 211¤2 x 351¤2 inches. Red'dÐ6 Sep 94. Est. valueÐ$500. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Chiesa di S. Maria a Trevi. Etch- 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. ing. Etching. Plate no. 104. In caused embarrassment to fruitwood and ebonized frame donor and U.S. Government. with ink drawn lined mat. 71¤2 x 121¤2 inches. Rec'dÐ18 Nov 94. Est. valueÐ$450. To be re- tained for offical display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Silver and painted military figure. 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. With 800-standard mark. H: 6 caused embarrassment to inches. Wt. 9 oz. Rec'dÐ16 donor and U.S. Government. Nov 94. Est. valueÐ$500. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Silver presentation tray, Within 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. beaded floral border. D: 11 caused embarrassment to inches. Wt. 16 oz. Rec'dÐ12 donor and U.S. Government. Oct 94. Est. valueÐ$450. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Lacquered and gilt metal samurai 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. suit mask, contemporary. H: 20 caused embarrassment to inches. Rec'dÐ19 Sep 94. Est. donor and U.S. Government. valueÐ$500. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Silver plated three-piece coffee 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. set and tray. Consisting of tea- caused embarrassment to pot, covered sugar bowl, cream- donor and U.S. Government. er and round tray. H: of coffee pot 7 inches. Rec'dÐ5 Sep 94. Est. valueÐ$250. To be re- tained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Pewter desk clock/thermometer. 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. D: 51¤4 inches. Rec'dÐ15 Sep caused embarrassment to 94. Est. valueÐ$350. To be re- donor and U.S. Government. tained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Sterling three-piece tea set. Con- 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. sisting of teapot, creamer and caused embarrassment to sugar. Each with bulbous body donor and U.S. Government. and chased decoration. Total weight approximately 25 oz. Rec'dÐ14 Sep 94. Est. valueÐ $750. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Mottled brown agate vase. Urn- 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. form with pedestal base. H: 10 caused embarrassment to inches. Rec'dÐ6 Sep 94. Est. donor and U.S. Government. valueÐ$300. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Cloisonne enamel vase. The bul- 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. bous body and flared neck and caused embarrassment to polychromed enamel with donor and U.S. Government. scrolling vines, flowers, leaves against a mottled red ground, with brass ring rim and base. On hardwood base. H: overall 14 inches. Rec'dÐ12 Apr 94. Est. valueÐ$500. To be re- tained for official display. 30662 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCYÐContinued Report of Tangible GiftsÐ1994

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

R. James Woolsey, Director, Serpentine dragon boat. Support- 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. ing central pagoda-form caused embarrassment to pavillion with shaped flags and donor and U.S. Government. calligraphy. On hardwood stand. L: 15 inches. Rec'dÐ30 Aug 94. Est. valueÐ$500. To be re- tained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Interior glass painted orb, 20th 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. Century. Painted with continu- caused embarrassment to ous mountainous river land- donor and U.S. Government. scape with boats, figures and bridge. On hardwood stand. D: of ball approximately 4 inches. Rec'dÐ31 Aug 94. Est. valueÐ $400. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Famille rose medallion tea set, 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. contemporary. Consisting of caused embarrassment to teapot, covered sugar, creamer, donor and U.S. Government. six cups and six saucers. Each polychrome decorated with la- dies in garden within floral and gilt border. Rec'dÐ30 Aug 94. Est. valueÐ$350. To be re- tained for official display. R. James Woolsey ...... Cloisonne enamel vase, contem- 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have porary. Pear-shaped and caused embarrassment to polychrome enameled with donor and U.S. Government. chrysanthemums and peony branches against a blue ground with brass ring base. On hard- wood stand. H: overall 131¤2 inches. Rec'dÐ30 Aug 94. Est. valueÐ$450. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey ...... Gentleman's Fred Date Calendar 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Force X wristwatch. With pewter caused embarrassment to dial and gilt metal hour indica- donor and U.S. Government. tors. Within rope and cog bezel with black alligator band. Rec'dÐ20 Jun 94. Est. valueÐ $350. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Pewter mounted horn covered 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. vessel. H: 10 inches. Rec'dÐ2 caused embarrassment to Jul 94. Est. valueÐ$500. To be donor and U.S. Government. retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Middle Eastern repousse and fili- 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. gree silver Keris. The shaped caused embarrassment to handle fitted in repousse and fil- donor and U.S. Government. igree silver sheath with scrolling vines and geometric pattern. L: 113¤4 inches. Rec'dÐ12 May 94. Est. valueÐ$500. To be re- tained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Pair silver three-light candelabra, 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. 20th Century. Having cast caused embarrassment to palmette standard supporting donor and U.S. Government. scroll arms cresting in floriform candle sockets, and raised on domed base. Each, H: 71¤8 inches. Total weight 20 oz. Rec'dÐ2 May 94. Est. valueÐ $900. To be retained for official display. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30663

AGENCY: CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCYÐContinued Report of Tangible GiftsÐ1994

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

R. James Woolsey, Director, Watercolor on paper. Framed 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. 281¤2 x 171¤4 inches. Rec'dÐ18 caused embarrassment to Jan 94. Est. valueÐ$500. To donor and U.S. Government. be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Coral graduated necklace and pair 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. earrings. The fifty-two grad- caused embarrassment to uated beads measuring approxi- donor and U.S. Government. mately 101¤2 to 13.3mm; with yellow gold oval clasp, set with cabochon coral and pair cabo- chon pierced type earrings with yellow gold mount. L: 24 inches. Rec'dÐ12 Apr. 94. Est. valueÐ $900. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Embroidered black velvet ceremo- 5USC7342 (f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. nial robe and hat. The border caused embarrassment to worked in trellising vines and donor and U.S. Government. flowers in red, blue and green, outlined in white and burgundy zigzag pattern. Rec'dÐ7 Sep 94. Est. valueÐ$350. To be re- tained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Etching and aquatint in color. In 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. gilt frame. 71¤2 121¤2 inches. caused embarrassment to Rec'dÐ15 Nov 94. Est. valueÐ donor and U.S. Government. $400. To be retained for official display. Agency employee ...... Must de Cartier gentleman's wrist- 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have watch. With white dial and blue caused embarrassment to steel handle and gilt steel bezel donor and U.S. Government. dial and flexible bracelet. Num- bered 1989/92. Rec'dÐ12 April 93. Est. valueÐ$1,000. To be retained for official display. Agency employee ...... Middle Eastern repousse silver 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have coffee pot. The bulbous body caused embarrassment to repousseÂd with band of flowers donor and U.S. Government. and diamond shaped band with- in scroll handle shaped spout with hinged lid with spike finial. H: 73¤4 inches. Wt. 10 oz. Rec'dÐ10 Dec 94. Est. valueÐ $500. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Replica of an early rowing sailing 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. ship. In dustproof case. L: ap- caused embarrassment to proximately 18 inches. Rec'dÐ donor and U.S. Government. 15 Dec 94. Est. valueÐ$750. To be retained for official dis- play. R. James Woolsey, Director, Middle Eastern repousse silver 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. large coffee pot. The bulbous caused embarrassment to body and elongated neck donor and U.S. Government. repousseÂd with band of flowers and geometric devices with strap handle and hinged lidded shaped spout; the hinged domed lid with spike finial. H: 13 inches. Wt. 43 oz. Rec'dÐ 10 Dec 94. Est. valueÐ$1,500. To be retained for official dis- play. 30664 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCYÐContinued Report of Tangible GiftsÐ1994

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

R. James Woolsey, Director, Parcel gilt silver incense burner. 5USC 7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. The squared flared body caused embarrassment to chased with flowering vines in donor and U.S. Government. gilt metal, and raised on four gilt metal pilasters, on silver base etched with conforming vines and leaves. H: 10 inches. Wt. 26 oz. Rec'dÐ7 Dec 94. Est. valueÐ$1,500. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Silver box. Circa 1993. Rectangu- 5USC 7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. lar with hinged lid engraved and caused embarrassment to chased with quadrant depicting donor and U.S. Government. the Roman Theater, Aman; Garden Triclinium, Petra; the South Theater, Jerash; and Eddeer at Petra. The sides en- gine turned; the interior with gilt lid having a cornet engraved monogram and wood lined inte- rior. L: 9; W: 61¤2; H: 21¤2 inches. Gross weight 42 oz. Rec'dÐ7 Dec. 94. Est. valueÐ $2,500. To be retained for offi- cial display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Three-piece graduated Keris set. 5USC 7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. Each with floral and leafage caused embarrassment to repousse handles and sheaths. donor and U.S. Government. L: from 131¤2 to 16 inches. Rec'dÐ5 Dec 94. Est. valueÐ $1,200. To be retained for offi- cial display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Molded crystal plaque of woman 5USC 7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. in Gothic niche. Numbered caused embarrassment to 0293. Inscribed indistinctly. H: donor and U.S. Government. 97¤8 inches. Rec'dÐ5 Dec 94. Est. valueÐ$400. To be re- tained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Pair silver candlesticks. Each with 5USC 7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. bulbous body and shaped can- caused embarrassment to dle socket and raised on round donor and U.S. Government. domed base ending on three scroll feet. Each, H: 93¤4 inches. Total weight 12 oz. Rec'dÐ4 Dec 94. Est. valueÐ$500. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Silver presentation tray, within 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. molded border cast with leaves caused embarrassment to and flowers. D: 10 inches. Wt. donor and U.S. Government. 16 oz. Rec'dÐ3 Dec 94. Est. valueÐ$500. To be retained for official display. R. James Woolsey, Director, Repousse silver box. Compressed 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. oval-form with floral repousse caused embarrassment to hinged lid and body and raised donor and U.S. Government. on four cast floral feet. L: 8 inches. Wt. 19 oz. Rec'dÐ2 Dec 94. Est. valueÐ$600. To be retained for official display. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30665

AGENCY: CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCYÐContinued Report of Tangible GiftsÐ1994

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

Admiral W.O. Studeman, USN, Model of a rowing sailboat. In 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Deputy Director, Central Intel- dustproof case. L: approxi- caused embarrassment to ligence. mately 19 inches. Rec'dÐ15 donor and U.S. Government. Dec 94. Est. valueÐ$750. To be retained for official display. William E. Colby, Former Director, lll Rode (Mexican, 20th Cen- 5USC7342(f)(4) ...... Non-acceptance would have Central Intelligence. tury). Rural Landscape with caused embarrassment to Farmhouse and Mountains in donor and U.S. Government. Distance. Signed Rode lower right. Oil on canvas. Framed. 12 X 16. Rec'dÐ1 Jan 75. Est. valueÐ$500. To be retained for official display.

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

Ronald H. Brown, Secretary of 12′′x14′′ sand painting of the Li Qiyan, Mayor of Beijing Munici- Non-acceptance would have Commerce. Great Wall of China, framed in pality, People's Republic of caused embarrassment to ornate gold/white frame; China. donor and U.S. Government. Recd.ÐAugust 28, 1994; Est. ValueÐ$300; Reporting to DOC September 14, 1994 pending transfer to GSA. Ronald H. Brown, Secretary of Carved Jade Ornament on a H.E. Hu Qili, Minister of Elec- Non-acceptance would have Commerce. wooden base; Recd.ÐAugust tronics, Beijing, People's Re- caused embarrassment to 31, 1994; Est. ValueÐ$325; public of China. donor and U.S. Government. Reported to DOC September 14, 1994; Approved for official use. Ronald H. Brown, Secretary of Dragon shaped vessel with a H.E. Chulsu Kim, Minister of Non-acceptance would have Commerce. glass and wood cover; Recd.Ð Trade, Industry and Energy, Re- caused embarrassment to September 7, 1994; Est. public of Korea, Kyunggi-do, donor and U.S. Government. ValueÐ$325; Reported to DOC Korea. September 14, 1994; Approved for official use.

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

Lt. Gen. Wesley K. Clark, Army Pistol (9 mm), RecdÐAugust 27, General Ratko Miadic, Bosnian Non-acceptance would have Director, Strategic Plans and 1994. Est. ValueÐ$500. Ap- Serb Army. caused embarrassment to Policy, The Joint Staff. proved for historical item display donor and U.S. Government. in Europe at EUCOM Head- quarters. Lt. Col. Steven L. Neely, Army Favre Leuba mens wristwatch, King Hussein of Jordan ...... Non-acceptance would have Country Director for Jordan Serial Number F43±200±531 in caused embarrassment to (International Security Affairs). a green box, approx. donor and U.S. Government. 43¤4′′x41¤4′′x21¤2′′ with King's Crown on top. RecdÐJune 30, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$650. Deliv- ered to GSA December 29, 1994. 30666 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSEÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

Admiral William A. Owens, USN, Pakistani Rug (approx. 4′1′′x5′8′′), General Abdul Waheed, Chief of Non-acceptance would have Vice Chairman of the Joint RecdÐApril 1, 1994. Est. the Army Staff, Pakistan. caused embarrassment to Chiefs of Staff. ValueÐ$2,000. Approved for of- donor and U.S. Government. ficial display. William J. Perry, Secretary of De- Pakistani Rug (approx. 4′1′′ by General Abdul Waheed, Chief of Non-acceptance would have fense. 4′1′′x5′8′′) RecdÐApril 1, 1994. the Army Staff, Pakistan Army. caused embarrassment to Est. ValueÐ$2,000. Approved donor and U.S. Government. for official display. William J. Perry, Secretary of De- Bronze-tone plaque mounted on Field Marshal Mohamed Husein Non-acceptance would have fense. red velour, with metal eagle Tantawy, Minister of Defense caused embarrassment to mounted on red, white and and Military Production of Egypt. donor and U.S. Government. black stripes, and a chariot and presentation plaque on it, approx. 91¤2′′x63¤4′′, in red ve- lour case; Goldplated hand held fire arm with cleaning acces- sories and ammunition, Number 11EE71 (Helwan CAL 9 MM, (A.R.E); Egyptian Rug, Multi- color. RecdÐMay 10, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,390. Approved for official display. William J. Perry, Secretary of De- Gold cufflinks and gold key chain Field Marshal Mohamed Husein Non-acceptance would have fense. with Egyptian scroll writing, in a Tantawy, Minister of Defense caused embarrassment to black velour case with silver and Military Production of Egypt. donor and U.S. Government. trim. RecdÐApril 11, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$500. Approved for offi- cial display. William J. Perry, Secretary of De- Zeiss Binoculars (approx. 4′′ × 4′′) Volker Ruehe, Minister of Defense Non-acceptance would have fense. 8 × 20 BT*P*, NR 497279 of Germany. caused embarrassment to (522040). Two tone Gray in donor and U.S. Government. Black/White box. RecdÐMay 2, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$450. Ap- proved for official display. Mrs. William J. Perry, wife of Sec- Bracelet, 22 kt. Gold with alternat- Field Marshal Mohamed Husein Non-acceptance would have retary of Defense. ing cartouches and scarabs Tantawy, Minister of Defense caused embarrassment to links in green velour case with and Military Production of Egypt. donor and U.S. Government. silver trim. RecdÐMay 10, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$500. Ap- proved for official display. William J. Perry, Secretary of De- Silver hand gun (Serial Number Army General Vitaliy Radetsky, Non-acceptance would have fense. PX0485A) with ammunition and Minister of Defense of Ukraine. caused embarrassment to presentation plate in a wooden donor and U.S. Government. box with glass front, approx. 91¤2′′ wide 21¤2′′ tall. Enclosed in green denim bag with blue pad- ding and two carrying handles; Four black wooden platters, hand painted, multi-colored with black background (1) approx. 73¤4′′ across, (2) approx. 113¤4′′ across; (3) approx. 143¤4′′ across and (4) approx. 193¤4′′ across; Two black wooden boxes, hand painted (approx. 7′′ wide 23¤4′′ high, and 111¤4′′ wide 23¤4′′ high), multi-colored with black background; Ten black wooden eggs, hand painted, multi-colored with black back- ground; White with red embroi- dery linen tablecloth, approx. 110′′ × 72′′ with six matching napkins, approx. 111¤2′′ 11′′. RecdÐJune 14, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$695. Delivered to GSA December 29, 1994. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30667

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSEÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

William J. Perry, Secretary of De- Decorative Vase 26′′ with gold Minister of National Defense Non-acceptance would have fense. trim/handpainted. RecdÐJuly Gheorghe Tinca. caused embarrassment to 18, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$250. donor and the U.S. Govern- Approved for Official Display. ment. William J. Perry, Secretary of De- Black Samsonite brief case with Jaber Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah, Amir of Non-acceptance would have fense. combination lock; Clothing: Kuwait. caused embarrassment to Baedlae-suit to include: donor and the U.S. Govern- Galabiyya-robe; Kafiyya-head ment. cloth, agayla-band (size 48); Cartier watch with brown leather band and matching pen set. RecdÐOctober 14, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$930. Approved for Offi- cial Display. William J. Perry, Secretary of De- Hand-crafted porcelain horse on Chief of the General Staff, Min- Non-acceptance would have fense. wooden base; String of Jade istry of National Defense Re- caused embarrassment to Beads with single Jade Bead public of China and Mrs. Liu donor and the U.S. Govern- clip earrings in red velour box. Ho-Chien. ment. Recd November 2, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$335. Approved for Offi- cial Display. General John M. Shalikashvili, Double barrel shotgun, Serial Lieutenant General Salah Halby, Non-acceptance would have Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Number 2962±1989 (in Arabic) Chief of Staff of the Armed caused embarrassment to and Mrs. Shalikashvili. in green case; Silver cartouche Forces, Egypt. donor and the U.S. Govern- (personalized); Two scarab ment. necklaces; Gold cartouche key chain, cuff links, and tie bar (personalized); Copper plate. RecdÐDecember 4, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$2,310. Approved for Official Display. Walter B. Slocombe, Under Sec- Small Oriental Rug (21¤2′′ x 4′′Ð Lieutenant General Mumtaz Gul, Non-acceptance would have retary of Defense (Policy). Gray with red); Copper Plate; 11th Corps Commander, Paki- caused embarrassment to Plaque. RecdÐDecember 7, stan. donor and the U.S. Govern- 1994. Est. ValueÐ$770. Ap- ment. proved for Official Display. Walter B. Slocombe, Under Sec- Plaque: Plate (Jade); Large Ori- General Abdul Waheed, Chief of Non-acceptance would have retary of Defense (Policy). ental (Silk) Rug (Beige, 6′ x 4′). the Army Staff, Pakistan. caused embarrassment to RecdÐDecember 7, 1994. Est. donor and the U.S. Govern- ValueÐ$1560. Approved for Of- ment. ficial Display. Frederick C. Smith, Director, Near Men's silver and gold Baume and Lieutenant General Khalifa bin Non-acceptance would have Eastern and South Asian Af- Mercier, Geneve wristwatch Ahmad Al Khalifa, Minister of caused embarrassment to fairs, Regional Security Affairs. with Bahrain Defense Force Defense, Deputy Commander- donor and the U.S. Govern- emblem on the face. It is in a in-Chief Bahrain. ment. gray tri-fold box; Single strand of graduated cultured pearls with 18 kt. gold clasp in a black velvet case. RecdÐJanuary 20, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,050. De- livered to GSA December 29, 1994.. Frank G. Wisner, Under Secretary Pakistani rug, approximately 31¤2′ General Abdul Waheed, Chief of Non-acceptance would have of Defense (Policy). x 5′, Beige, pink and blue. the Army Staff, Pakistan. caused embarrassment to RecdÐApril 1, 1994. Est. donor and the U.S. Govern- ValueÐ$750. Approved for Offi- ment. cial Display. 30668 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Report of Travel or Expenses of Travel

Brief description and estimated Name and title of person accept- value of travel or travel expenses ing travel or travel expenses con- accepted as consistent with the Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- sistent with the Interests of the interest of the U.S. Government government ance U.S. and occurring outside the United Government States

Lt. Gen. Thomas G. Rhame, USA, RecdÐJanuary 4±5, 1994. Est. Government of Saudi Arabia To attend and meeting to discuss Director, Defense Security, As- ValueÐ$494. Expended for air- Saudi Arabia's Foreign Military sistance Agency. fare and meals. Sales Program.

AGENCY: BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

Alan Greenspan, Chairman ...... Gold commemorative medallion Bank of Italy. To have refused would have and book ``LaBanca D'Italia 100 caused offense or embarrass- Anni.'' Received: December 14, ment. 1993. Est. Value obtained as of February 1, 1994: $700. Re- tained for display. Louise Roseman, Associate Direc- Unframed oil painting on canvas. Mr. Haryono, Managing Director, Presented at ceremony. Non-ac- tor, Division of Reserve Bank Received: January 13, 1994. Bank of Indonesia. ceptance would have caused Operations and Payment Sys- Est. Value: $225. Retained for embarrassment to donor. tems. display.

AGENCY: GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (GSA) Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government estimated Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- value, and current disposition government ance ernment or location

Frank P. Pugliese Commissioner, Replica of the defense wall of Ku- Ahmad Hamzeh Mustafe, Kuwait Non-acceptance would have FSS. wait. Recd-Kuwait. RecdÐ delegation team leader, King- cause embarrassment to donor March 22, 1994. Est. ValueÐ dom of Kuwait. and U.S. Government. $450. On display for official use. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30669

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. mated value, and current disposi- government ance Government tion or location

Donna E. Shalala, Secretary Mother-of-pearl box with blue Yassir Arafat, Chairman, Palestine Non-acceptance would have presentation case. Recd.ÐNo- Liberation Organization. caused the donor embarrass- vember 26, 1994. Est. ValueÐ ment. $350. Disp.ÐRetained for offi- cial display..

AGENCY: U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and gov- Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- ernment ance ernment tion or location

Bruce Babbitt, Secretary, U.S. De- Gold Cup. RecdÐMay 8, 1994. Secretaria Carpizo Mexico Non-acceptance would have partment of the Interior. Est. VaueÐ$500. Displayed in caused embarrassment to Secretary's Immediate Office. donor and the U.S. Govern- ment.

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- estimatee value, and current dis- government ance ernment position or location

Janet Reno, Attorney General Silver and enamel cup and saucer The Honorable Kim Doo-Hee, Meeting with donor; non-accept- set. Recd.ÐApril 19, 1994. Est. Minister of Justice, Republic of ance would have caused em- ValueÐ$300. Will report to Korea. barrassment to the donor. GSA for disposition. Louis J. Freeh, Director, Federal Turkish blanket. Recd.ÐApril 22, Mehmet Agar, Director General of Meeting between the Director and Bureau of Investigation. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$350. Lo- State Police Force. donor; non-acceptance would cated in Director's office. have cause embarrassment to the donor. 30670 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY REPORT OF TANGIBLE GIFTS

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and gov- Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- ernment ance ernment tion or location

Vice Adm. Vernon E. Clark, USN, Sailboat on white marble stand. MGEN Fhad Al-Ameer, Kuwaiti Non-acceptance would have Commander Cruiser, Destroyer RecdÐJuly 29, 1994. Est. Armed Forces. caused embarrassment to Group 3. ValueÐ$320. Being retained at donor and U.S. Government. COMCRUDESGRU 3. Lt. James J. Cunha, USN, Admin- Dagger. RecdÐApril 17, 1994. Sheikh Isa Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Non-acceptance would have istrative Support Unit, SW Asia. Est. ValueÐ$800. Being re- the Amir of Bahrain. caused embarrassment to tained at ASU, SW Asia. donor and U.S. Government. Lt. James J. Cunha, USN, Admin- Man's watch and cuff links. Sheikh Isa Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Non-acceptance would have istrative Support Unit, SW Asia. RecdÐApril 17, 1994. Est. the Amir of Bahrain. caused embarrassment to ValueÐ$1,600. Being retained donor and U.S. Government. at ASU, SW Asia. Lt. James J. Cunha, USN, Admin- Woman's watch and pearls. Sheikh Isa Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Non-acceptance would have istrative Support Unit, SW Asia. RecdÐApril 17, 1994. Est. the Amir of Bahrain. caused embarrassment to ValueÐ$8,799. Being retained donor and U.S. Government. at ASU, SW Asia. Rear Adm. Joseph J. Dantone, Man's watch. RecdÐSeptember Ambassador Ahmed al-Ayoub, Non-acceptance would have Jr., Commander Carrier Group 29, 1993. Est. ValueÐ$931. Kuwait. caused embarrassment to 3. Being held in CNO (N09B33) donor and U.S. Government. pending transfer to GSA for dis- position. Comdr. William O. Hawn, USN, Man's watch. RecdÐOctober 13, Major Sager Hamad Sager Al Non-acceptance would have USS Jack Williams (FFG 24). 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,500. Maawda, Bahrain-Ameri Naval caused embarrassment to Being retained on board USS Forces. donor and U.S. Government. Jack Williams (FFG 24). Lt. Comdr. James W. Houck, Dagger. RecdÐApril 17, 1994. Sheikh Isa Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Non-acceptance would have USN, Force Judge Advocate, Est. ValueÐ$800. Being re- the Amir of Bahrain. caused embarrassment to U.S. Naval Forces Central tained at COMUSNAVCENT. donor and U.S. Government. Command. Lt. Comdr. James W. Houck, Man's watch and cuff links. Sheikh Isa Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Non-acceptance would have USN, Force Judge Advocate, RecdÐApril 17, 1994. Est. the Amir of Bahrain. caused embarrassment to U.S. Naval Forces Central ValueÐ$1,600. Being retained donor and U.S. Government. Command. at COMUSNAVCENT. Lt. Comdr. James W. Houck, Woman's watch and pearls. Sheikh Isa Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Non-acceptance would have USN, Force Judge Advocate, RecdÐApril 17, 1994. Est. the Amir of Bahrain. caused embarrassment to U.S. Naval Forces Central ValueÐ$8,799. Being retained donor and U.S. Government. Command. at COMUSNAVCENT. Lt. Comdr. William H. Jacobs, Man's watch. RecdÐOctober 13, Major Khalifa Adaulla Khalifa Al Non-acceptance would have USN, USS Jack Williams (FFG 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,000. Khalifa, Bahrain-Ameri Naval caused embarrassment to 24). Being retained on board USS Forces. donor and U.S. Government. Jack Williams (FFG 24). Dr. Jerome Karle, chief scientist, PrizeÐEttore Majorana Research Ettore Majorana Center for Sci- Non-acceptance would have Laboratory for the Structure of Award. RecdÐDecember 1994. entific Culture, Manger of prize caused embarrassment to Matter. Est. ValueÐ$90,000. established by Sicilian Par- donor and U.S. Government. liament. Vice Adm. Douglas J. Katz, USN, Dagger. RecdÐApril 17, 1994. Sheikh Isa Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Non-acceptance would have Commander U.S. Naval Forces Est. ValueÐ$800. Being held in the Amir of Bahrain. caused embarrassment to Central Command. CNO (N09B33) pending transfer donor and U.S. Government. to GSA for disposition. Vice Adm. Douglas J. Katz, USN, Man's watch and cuff links. Sheikh Isa Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Non-acceptance would have Commander U.S. Naval Forces RecdÐApril 17, 1994. Est. the Amir of Bahrain. caused embarrassment to Central Command. ValueÐ$4,522. Being held in donor and U.S. Government. CNO (N09B33) pending transfer to GSA for disposition. Vice Adm. Douglas J. Katz, USN, Woman's watch and pearls. Sheikh Isa Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Non-acceptance would have Commander U.S. Naval Forces RecdÐApril 17, 1994. Est. the Amir of Bahrain. caused embarrassment to Central Command. ValueÐ$13,300. Being held in donor and U.S. Government. CNO (N09B33) pending transfer to GSA for disposition. Com. Kim F. Kline, USN, U.S. Dagger. RecdÐApril 17, 1994. Sheikh Isa Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Non-acceptance would have Naval Forces Central Command. Est. ValueÐ$800. Being held in the Amir of Bahrain. caused embarrassment to CNO (N09B33) pending transfer donor and U.S. Government. to GSA for disposition. Com. Kim F. Kline, USN, U.S. Man's watch and cuff links. Sheikh Isa Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Non-acceptance would have Naval Forces Central Command. RecdÐApril 17, 1994. Est. the Amir of Bahrain. caused embarrassment to ValueÐ$1,600. Being held in donor and U.S. Government. CNO (N09B33) pending transfer to GSA for disposition. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30671

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVYÐContinued REPORT OF TANGIBLE GIFTS

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and gov- Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- ernment ance ernment tion or location

Com. Kim F. Kline, USN, U.S. Woman's watch and pearls. Sheikh Isa Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Non-acceptance would have Naval Forces Central Command. RecdÐApril 17, 1994. Est. the Amir of Bahrain. caused embarrassment to ValueÐ$8,799. Being held in donor and U.S. Government. CNO (N09B33) pending transfer to GSA for disposition. Vice Adm. Joseph W. Prueher, Oil portrait. RecdÐOctober 4, Vice Adm. Pytar Grigor'evich Non-acceptance would have USN, Commander Sixth Fleet. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$300. On Svyatashon, Russian Federa- caused embarrassment to display in the Office of the Vice tion Navy. donor and U.S. Government. Chief of Naval Operations. Dr. Thomas L. Reinecke, Head PrizeÐHumboldt Research Alexander von Humboldt Foun- Non-acceptance would have Electronic and Optical Prop- Award. RecdÐDecember 1994. tain, Federal Republic of Ger- caused embarrassment to erties Section, Naval Research Est. ValueÐ$55,000. many. donor and U.S. Government. Laboratory.

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY REPORT OF TRAVEL OR EXPENSES OF TRAVEL

Brief description and estimated Name and title of person accepting value of travel or travel expenses travel or travel expenses consist- accepted as consistent with the Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ent with the interests of the U.S. interests of the U.S. Government government ance Government and occurring outside the United States

Negative ......

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF STATE Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

Warren Christopher, Secretary of Crystal rectangular box engraved George A. Joulwan, general in Non-acceptance would cause em- State. to the Secretary, Rec'dÐJanu- . barrassment to donor and U.S. ary 8, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$250. Government. In Office of Protocol pending transfer to GSA. Warren Christopher, Secretary of Val St. Lambert Crystal Dove. Clement J. Barter, area vice presi- Non-acceptance would cause em- State. Rec'dÐJanuary 9, 1994. Est. dent for Conrad HotelsÐBel- barrassment to donor and U.S. ValueÐ$250. In Office of Proto- gium. Government. col pending transfer to GSA. Warren Christopher, Secretary of Val St. Lambert Pair of 7′′ crystal Willy Claus, Deputy Minister of Non-acceptance would cause em- State. candlesticks. Rec'dÐJanuary 9, Foreign Affairs of Belgium. barrassment to donor and U.S. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$800. In Of- Government. fice of Protocol pending transfer to GSA. Warren Christopher, Secretary of China tea set with teapot and two Boris Yeltsin, President of the Non-acceptance would cause em- State. teacups. Rec'dÐNovember 13, Russian Federation. barrassment to donor and U.S. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$250. Loca- Government. tion: Unknown. Warren Christopher, Secretary of Lacquered burl wood box measur- Francois Mitterrand, President, the Non-acceptance would cause em- State. ing 9′′x13′′. Rec'dÐJanuary 24, French Republic. barrassment to donor and U.S. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$600. In Of- Government. fice of Protocol pending transfer to GSA. Warren Christopher, Secretary of 5′x7′ carpet with blue border. Farooq Leghari, President, the Is- Non-acceptance would cause em- State. Rec'dÐMay 16, 1994. Est. lamic Republic of Pakistan. barrassment to donor and U.S. ValueÐ$500. Approved for offi- Government. cial use. 30672 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF STATEÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

Warren Christopher, Secretary of Large wooden box inlaid with Faruq al-Shara', Minister of For- Non-acceptance would cause em- State. Mother of Pearl containing a eign Affairs, Syrian Arab Re- barrassment to donor and U.S. decorative Damascus-style ta- public. Government. blecloth and napkins. Rec'dÐ October 26, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $300. In Office of Protocol pending transfer to GSA. Warren Christopher, Secretary of Silver box with engraving on top Hussein I, King of the Hashemite Non-acceptance would cause em- State. commemorating the peace ac- Kingdom of Jordan. barrassment to donor and U.S. cord. Rec'dÐOctober 26, 1994. Government. Est. ValueÐ$300. In Office of Protocol pending transfer to GSA. Warren Christopher, Secretary of Yves Saint Laurent watch and two Jabir Sabah, Amir, of the State of Non-acceptance would cause em- State. pens. Rec'dÐOctober 28, 1994. Kuwait. barrassment to donor and U.S. Est. ValueÐ$400. In Office of Government. Protocol pending transfer to GSA. Warren Christopher, Secretary of Two sterling silver peacocks. Galo Leoto, Minister of Foreign Non-acceptance would cause em- State. Rec'dÐDecember 9, 1994, Est. Affairs, Republic of Ecuador. barrassment to donor and U.S. ValueÐ$300. In Office of Proto- Government. col pending transfer to GSA. Deputy Secretary of State, Strobe Rug, approximately 5′7′, oriental General Abdul Waheed, Chief of Non-acceptance would cause em- Talbott. in design. Rec'dÐApril 1, 1994. Army Staff, Islamic Republic of barrassment to donor and U.S. Est. ValueÐ$500. Approved for Pakistan. Government. official use. Peter Tarnoff, Under Secretary for Sterling silver incense burner; His Highness Shaikh Hamad bin Non-acceptance would cause em- Political Affairs. sterling silver rosewater vase; Khalifa Al Thani, Crown Prince barrassment to donor and U.S. sterling silver coffee server; tray of the State of Qatar. Government. of mixed metals. Rec'dÐNo- vember 10, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $6,000. In Office of Protocol pending transfer to GSA. Molly Raiser, chief of protocol ...... Sterling silver box with Jordan's Hussein I, King of the Hashemite Non-acceptance would cause em- Royal Seal and signatures of Kingdom. barrassment to donor and U.S. the King and Queen. Rec'dÐ Government. August 24, 1994. Est. ValueÐ $300. Approved for Official Use. Molly Raiser, chief of protocol ...... Six five-piece place settings, ster- Leonid Kuchma, President of Non-acceptance would cause em- ling silver. Rec'dÐNovember Ukraine. barrassment to donor and U.S. 29, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,000. Government. In Office of Protocol pending transfer to GSA. Marvin Brown, Consulate/NIV Gold chain necklace with gold cru- Department of Choco, Republic of Non-acceptance would cause em- American Embassy, Colombia. cifix symbol. Rec'dÐJanuary Colombia. barrassment to donor and U.S. 18, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$570. In Government. office of Protocol pending trans- fer to GSA. Gretchen Gerwe Welch, Counsel Gold tone portable stereo. Saudi Embassy in Washington, Non-acceptance would cause em- General, American Embassy, Rec'dÐJanuary 22, 1994. Est. DC. barrassment to donor and U.S. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. ValueÐ$300. In office of Proto- Government. col pending transfer to GSA. Robin Sanders, political officer, Custom-made Senegalese cos- Religious cosso mbacke ...... Non-acceptance would cause em- American Embassy, Dakar, tume. Rec'dÐFebruary 3, 1994. barrassment to donor and U.S. Senegal. Est. ValueÐ$300. In office of Government. Protocol pending transfer to GSA. Gretchen Gerwe Welch, Counsel Wristwatch. Rec'dÐFebruary 14, Embassy of Saudi Arabia, Wash- Non-acceptance would cause em- General, American Embassy, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$300. In of- ington, D.C. barrassment to donor and U.S. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. fice of Protocol pending transfer Government. to GSA. Lisa Gail Allyn, Vic Counsul, Eterna 18k gold ladies watch. Shiakh Isa Bin Salman Al Khalika, Non-acceptance would cause em- American Embassy, Bahrain. Rec'dÐFebruary 14, 1994. Est. Amir of Bahrain. barrassment to donor and U.S. ValueÐ$5,000. In office of Pro- Government. tocol pending transfer to GSA. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30673

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF STATEÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

David C. Litt, Deputy Director, Two Oriental carpets. Rec'dÐ Jalal Talabani, Khosrat Rasul, Non-acceptance would cause em- NEA/NGA. March 12, 1994. Est. ValueÐ Irbil, . barrassment to donor and U.S. $600. Government. Amb. Robert Pelletreau, Asst. 18K Piaget men's watch with Isa Bin Salman Al-Khalifa, Amir, Non-acceptance would cause em- Secretary for NEA. matching cufflinks; 18k Piaget Bahrain. barrassment to donor and U.S. woman's watch. Authentic Bah- Government. raini 84±87 graduated pearl necklace. Rec'dÐJune 5, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$14,000. In office of Protocol pending transfer to GSA. Jerry Feierstein, NEA/ARP ...... Men's Eterna 18k watch. Wom- Isa Bin Salman Al-Khalifa, Amir, Non-acceptance would cause em- en's Eterna 18k watch. Rec'dÐ Bahrain. barrassment to donor and U.S. June 5, 1995. Est. ValueÐ Government. $4,000. In Office of Protocol pending transfer to GSA. April Glaspie, Country Director/ Silver bowl, Rec'dÐJune 9, 1994. Nayla Muawwad, Lebanese Mem- Non-acceptance would cause em- AFIS. Est. ValueÐ$300. In Office of ber of . barrassment to donor and U.S. Protocol pending transfer to Government. GSA. David S. Robins, DCM, Manama, Men's Piaget 22k watch diamond- His Highness Shaikh Isa bin Non-acceptance would cause em- Bahrain. studedÐappx. 55 mini dia- Salman Al Khalita, Amir of Bah- barrassment to donor and U.S. monds with matching gold and rain. Government. diamond studded cufflinks. Rec'dÐJuly 26, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$8,700. In Office of Pro- tocol pending transfer to GSA. Admiral Douglas Katz, and Mrs. Double strand matched grad. His Highness Shaikh Isa bin Non-acceptance would cause em- Douglas Katz. pearls. Gold coin on 22'' gold Salman AL Khalita, Amir of barrassment to donor and U.S. chain. Rec'dÐOctober 3, 1994. Bahrain. Government. Est. ValueÐ$6,500. In Office of Protocol pending transfer to GSA. Admiral Douglas Katz, and Mrs. Man's 18k gold ``Oyster Perpet- His Highness Shaikh Isa bin Non-acceptance would cause em- Douglas Katz. ual'' Rolex watch. Ladies' 18k Sulman Al Khalifa, amir of Bah- barrassment to donor and U.S. gold ``Oyster Perpetual'' Rolex rain. Government. watch Rec'dÐOctober 3, 1994 Est. ValueÐ$19,300 In Office of Protocol pending transfer to GSA. David Hale, Special Assistant to Sterling silver incense burner His Highness Shaikh Hamad bin Non-acceptance would cause em- the Under Secretary for Political 81¤2′′4′′, with 18k gold seals. Khalifa Al Thani, Crown Prince, barrassment to donor and U.S. Affairs. Rec'dÐNovember 10, 1994. State of Qatar. Government Est. ValueÐ$2,000. In Office of Protocol pending transfer to GSA. David Hale, Special Assistant to Eterna 18 karat gold watch and Shaikh Isa bin Salman Al Khalita, Non-acceptance would cause em- the Deputy Under Secretary for 18 karat gold cufflinks in black amir of Bahrain. barrassment to donor and U.S. Political Affairs. case. Rec'dÐNovember 15, Government. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$7,575. In Office of Protocol pending transfer to GSA. Robin L. Raphel, Assistant Sec- Two carpets 3′9′′6′1′′; 4′10′′6′8′′. Amin Arsala, Foreign Minister ...... Non-acceptance would cause em- retary. Rec'dÐApril 13, 1994. Est. barrassment to donor and U.S. ValueÐ$500. In Office of Proto- Government. col pending transfer to GSA. Charles L. Sykes, Deputy Assist- Three pictures, three lamps, three Ching Hai, International Supreme Non-acceptance would cause em- ant Secretary Bureau of Popu- necklaces, three pr. of earrings Master. barrassment to donor and U.S. lations, Refugees, and Migration. pr. of cuff links with tie clamp, Government. eight video cassette tapes, two audio tapes. Rec'dÐOctober 28, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$815. In Office of Protocol pending transfer to GSA. 30674 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: DEPARTMENT OF STATEÐContinued Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying accept- ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government ance ernment tion or location

U.S. Ambassador to Kuwait ...... Cressida attache case; Christian Amir of Kuwait ...... Non-acceptance would cause em- Dior watch/pen, Abaya, barrassment to donor and U.S. headress. Rec'dÐNovember 6, Government. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$1,690.52. In Office of Protocol pending transfer to GSA. David M. Ransom, U.S. Ambas- Three men's Eterna watches. Five Shaikh Isa bin Sulman Al Khalifa, Non-acceptance would cause em- sador to Bahrain. women's Eterna watches. Five amir of Bahrain. barrassment to donor and U.S. sets of gold bangle bracelets. Government. Rec'dÐDecember 21, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$22,680. In Office of Protocol pending transfer to GSA.

AGENCY: UNITED STATES COAST GUARD Report of Travel or Expense of Travel For Year Ending 1994

Brief description and estimated Name and title of person accept- value of travel or travel expenses ing travel or travel expenses con- accepted as consistent with the Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying sistent with the interests of the interests of the U.S. Government government acceptance U.S. and occurring outside the United Government States

Joseph D. Hersey, Jr., Asst Chief, Rec: 8 Feb 94. Item: Meals and John Carr, Faculty Mktg. Mgr., Presentation to Plymouth College G±TTM , USCG HQ. lodging. Value: $300.. U.K. Plymouth College. on Maritime safety. RADM H. B. Gehring, District Rec: 4 Feb 94. Item: Transpor- Maritime Safety Agency of Japan Official visit to attend JMSA grad- Commander. tation from Tokyo to Hiroshima. (JMSA). uation. Value: $300.. Frank J. Flyntz, Asst Chief, G± Rec: 4 Apr 94. Item: Travel/meals, Mr. S.T. Aung, Member of Inter- Provided assistance and expertise MVP USCG HQ. lodging. national Maritime Organization, in merchant marine boat licens- Philippines. ing for the government of the Philippines Randolph DeKroney, Boat Licens- Rec. 4 Apr 94. Item: Travel/meals, Mr. S. T. Aung, Member of Inter- Provided assistance and expertise ing Specialist, G±MVP, USCG lodging. Value: $5,652. national Maritime Organization, in merchant marine boat licens- HQ. Philippines. ing for the government of the Philippines. CDR Frank Whipple, Command- Rec. 22 Apr 94. Item: Travel/ Mr. Ignacio Vergrara, Environ- Assisted as technical advisor to ing Officer. meals, lodging. Value: $3,000. mental Protection for Latin Chile on an enviromental spill America. Member of IMO, Unit- involving sodium cyanide. ed Nations.

AGENCY: U.S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor Circumstances justifying ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- and government acceptance ernment tion or location

Douglas E. Harris, senior policy Hand made wood replica of a Ali A. Rashaid Al-Bader, Manag- Non-acceptance would have adviser to the Comptroller. dhow, Kuwaiti fishing vessel. ing Director, Kuwait Investment caused embarrassment to Stored in blue velvet covered Authority. donor and U.S. Government. case. Received 10/17/94. Esti- mated valueÐ$300. Currently used as a decorative item in Mr. Harris' office. Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices 30675

AGENCY: DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor Circumstances justifying ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- and government acceptance ernment tion or location

Joshua L. Steiner, Chief of Staff .. Gold coin cufflinks. Rec'dÐOcto- Minister of Finance, Saudi Arabia Non-acceptance would have ber 6, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$250. caused embarrassment to Government property. donor and U.S. Government Lloyd Bentsen, Secretary ...... Silver dagger. Rec'dÐSeptember Deputy Prime Minister, Malaysia .. Non-acceptance would have 30, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$300. caused embarrassment to Pending purchase by recipient. donor and U.S. Government Lloyd Bentsen, Secretary ...... Sterling silver replica of Santa President, Assn. of Spanish Em- Non-acceptance would have Maria. Rec'dÐSeptember 30, ployer Organizations [CEOE]. caused embarrassment to 1994. Est. ValueÐ$300. Gov- donor and U.S. Government ernment property. Lloyd Bentsen, Secretary ...... Statue of American Astronaut. President, Assn. of Spanish Em- Non-acceptance would have Rec'dÐSeptember 30, 1994. ployer Organizations [CEOE]. caused embarrassment to Est. ValueÐ$350. Government donor and U.S. Government property. Lloyd Bentsen, Secretary ...... Porcelain vase. Rec'dÐMarch 19, Minister of Finance, Taiwan ...... Non-acceptance would have 1994. Est. ValueÐ$250. Gov- caused embarrassment to ernment property. donor and U.S. Government Lloyd Bentsen, Secretary ...... Gold palm tree statute. Rec'dÐ Minister of Finance, Saudi Arabia Non-acceptance would have April 27, 1994. Est. ValueÐ caused embarrassment to $400. Government property. donor and U.S. Government Jeffrey R. Shafer, Assistant Sec- Gold keyring. Rec'dÐApril 27, Minister of Finance, Saudi Arabia Non-acceptance would have retary for International Affairs. 1994. Est. ValueÐ$450. Gov- caused embarrassment to ernment property. donor and U.S. Government Lawrence H. Summers, Under Gold keyring. Rec'dÐApril 27, Minister of Finance, Saudi Arabia Non-acceptance would have Secretary for International Af- 1994. Est. ValueÐ$450. Gov- caused embarrassment to fairs. ernment property. donor and U.S. Government Jeffrey R. Shafer, Assistant Sec- Gold coin cufflinks. Rec'dÐOcto- Minister of Finance, Saudi Arabia Non-acceptance would have retary for International Affairs. ber 5, 1994. Est. ValueÐ$250. caused embarrassment to Government property. donor and U.S. Government Lloyd Bentsen, Secretary ...... Wooden chess set. Rec'dÐSep- President, Kyrgyzstan ...... Non-acceptance would have tember 12, 1993. Est. ValueÐ caused embarrassment to $300. Government property. donor and U.S. Government Mark Sobel, Director, Office of Wooden chess set. Rec'dÐ President, Kyrgyzstan ...... Non-acceptance would have Former Soviet Union Nations. Septmeber 12, 1993. Est. caused embarrassment to ValueÐ$300. Government donor and U.S. Government property. Ronald K. Noble, Assistant Sec- 2 books. Rec'dÐDecember 11, Minister of Grce and Justice, Italy Non-acceptance would have retary for Enforcement. 1993. Est. ValueÐ$375. Gov- caused embarrassment to ernment property. donor and U.S. Government Lloyd Bentsen, Secretary ...... Agate statue. Rec'dÐJanuary 18, Minister of Finance, China ...... Non-acceptance would have 1994. Est. ValueÐ$400. Gov- caused embarrassment to ernment property. donor and U.S. Government Lloyd Bentsen, Secretary ...... Framed porcelain tile painting. Mayor, City of Shanghai, China ... Non-acceptance would have Rec'dÐJanuary 27, 1994. Est. caused embarrassment to ValueÐ$257. Government donor and U.S. Government property.

AGENCY: DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES Report of Travel or Expenses of Travel

Brief description and estimated Name and title of person accept- value of travel or travel expenses ing travel or travel expenses con- accepted as consistent with the Identity of foreign donor Circumstances justifying sistent with the interests of the interests of the U.S. Government and government acceptance U.S. Government and occurring outside the United States

Evelyn Elgin, tax legislature attor- Rec'dÐApril 19, 1994. Est.Ð The State Tax Administration, Participate in seminar on non-gov- ney. $4,135. Airfare, lodging, meals. Beijing, China. ernmental tax consultary serv- ices David Lipton, Deputy Assistant Rec'dÐJune 15, 1994. Est.Ð Stockholm School of Economics, Participate in a conference on Secretary for Eastern Europe $1,124.25. Airfare, meals and Institute of East European Eco- economic reforms in Russia and the Former Soviet Union. lodging. nomics, Stockholm, . 30676 Federal Register / Vol. 60, No. 111 / Friday, June 9, 1995 / Notices

AGENCY: DEPARTMENTAL OFFICESÐContinued Report of Travel or Expenses of Travel

Brief description and estimated Name and title of person accept- value of travel or travel expenses ing travel or travel expenses con- accepted as consistent with the Identity of foreign donor Circumstances justifying sistent with the interests of the interests of the U.S. Government and government acceptance U.S. Government and occurring outside the United States

Jeffrey Shafer, Assistant Sec- Rec'dÐApril 8, 1994. Est.Ð Institute for International Finance, To attend a conference retary for International Affairs. $493.50. Lodging and meals.. London, England. Lawrence Summers, Under Sec- Rec'dÐApril 24, 1994. Est.Ð Italian Government ...... To participate in a Sherpa meet- retary for International Affairs. $270. Lodging. ing and prepare for the eco- nomic summit.

AGENCY: U.S. CUSTOMS SERVICE Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government estimated Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- value, and current disposition or government acceptance ernment location

Douglas M. Browning, Assistant Ten (10) Fresco'sÐprints. RecdÐ Dimitar Buzleviski, Director Gen- Non-acceptance would have Commissioner, Office of Inter- August 19, 1994. Est. ValueÐ eral, Macedonian Customs caused embarrassment to national Affairs. $350. Reported to GSAÐDe- Service. donor and U.S. Government cember 21, 1994; pending transfer to GSA.

AGENCY: Office of the United States Trade Representative Report of Tangible Gifts

Gift, date of acceptance on behalf Name and title of person accept- of the U.S. Government, esti- Identity of foreign donor and Circumstances justifying ing gift on behalf of the U.S. Gov- mated value, and current disposi- government acceptance ernment tion or location

Michael Kantor, U.S. Trade Rep- duPont Chinese laquer and 18 Sidi Mohammed, Crown Prince, Morocco was host to 120 delega- resentative. karat gold fountain pen and and heir to throne of Morocco. tions for signing of the GATT pencil set, engraved General Treaty. Each Minister was given Agreement on Tariffs and same gift. Non-acceptance Trade. RecdÐApril 12, 1994. would have caused embarrass- Est. ValueÐ$1,800. Located at ment to donor. USTR.

[FR Doc. 95–13832 Filed 6–8–95; 8:45 am] information is requested to assist the concerning flight standards, and BILLING CODE 4710±20±M Situational Awareness for Safety procedural applications based on Systems Requirements Team (SASSRT) advances in human factors, cognitive in forming the requirements for Basic pilot decision making, computer and and Advanced Situational Awareness display technology, precision DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION for Safety Systems. navigation, data link, and aviation Federal Aviation Administration DATES: The meeting will be held on July weather systems. The information is 25, 1995, from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. requested to assist SASSRT in its deliberations with regard to a task Situational Awareness for Safety ADDRESSES: The meeting will be held at assigned to SASSRT by the Federal Systems Requirements Team Meeting the Virginia Center for Innovative Aviation Administration. Specifically Technology, 2214 Rock Hill Road, AGENCY: Federal Aviation the task is as follows: Herndon, Virginia. Administration (FAA), DOT. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Mr. Develop guidance, standards, and ACTION: Notice of meeting. procedures that will: foster implementation Mark Cato, Crown Communications, of Situational Awareness for Safety (SAS) SUMMARY: This notice announces a Inc., 1850 K Street, NW Suite 1200, Systems; develop standards for the meeting to solicit information from the Washington, DC 20006; telephone (202) manufacture of equipment, hardware, aviation community concerning flight 785–2600, extension 3020. software, and operational procedures; and standards, and procedural applications SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Pursuant coordinate validation of the SAS concept. based on advances in human factors, to section 10(a)(2) of the Federal SAS graphically displays aircraft position, terrain, weather, and other information, to cognitive pilot decision making, Advisory Committee Act (Pub. L. 92– pilots, dispatchers, and controllers. This computer and display technology, 463; 5 U.S.C. app. II), notice is hereby information exchange will contribute to an precision navigation, data link, and given of a meeting to solicit information environment that will promote an efficient aviation weather systems. The from the aviation community and safe National Airspace System.