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WARSAW, Poland (AP) - Lech
Walesa denied Wednesday he had de-
cided to run for president of Poland,
and said the campaign that most
concerns him is winning re-election
next week as Solidarity chair.
Walesa backed away from re-
marks attributed to him Tuesday by
the official Polish news agency,
PAP that indicated he would be a
presidential candidate in the next
"Today on radio and TV, I hear
that Lech Walesa agreed to be presi-
dent. I didn't say so at all," Walesa
protested. "I simply did not guard
my tongue enough somewhere."
Walesa said he had been "cajoled"
into giving an answer, and was
Asked about whether he would
run for president, Walesa was quoted
by PAP as replying, "I confirm."
"We have many wise and valu-
able people in government, holding
various posts," Walesa told PAP.
"However, one must speed up the
pace of reforms and destroy the old
On Wednesday, Walesa said his
"metaphor" about running for presi-
dent was simply his way of warning
the present Solidarity-led govern-
ment to work faster in transforming
Poland from a communist to a
Walesa expressed concern that a
premature presidential bid might cost
him support among Solidarity ac-
tivists who will be electing a chair
next week when the once outlawed
union holds its first congress in nine
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main motivation for the study was
to determine how people use avail-
able resources to maximize their
utility," said Juster, adding that
"time is a major resource."
Stafford said people are placing
an increased emphasis on free time,
which reflects positive economic
trends. In economic terms, leisure is
a commodity which is purchased, so
an increase in leisure time reveals
growing economic prosperity.
The professors looked separately
at males and females in their study,
and broke the survey questions down
into specific categories, such as
market work, housework, personal
care, and leisure, which was further
divided into adult education, social
interaction, passive leisure, active
leisure, and TV.
Juster noted that the world's uni-
versity students were not included in
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Shuttle launch further delayed
CAPE CANAVERAL - NASA said yesterday it is unlikely the
shuttle Discovery will be launched with the Hubble Space Telescope
before the week of April 22.
Shuttle managers estimated after a meeting Wednesday the launch delay
would last seven to 14 days. But the agency learned overnight that a mal-
functioning shuttle power unit would have to be replaced entirely.
A decision on the launch date was not expected until next week.
"There are too many unknown to establish a target date," National
Aeronautics and Space Administration spokesman Bruce Buckingham
Discovery's launch was postponed four minutes before liftoff Tuesday
when the auxiliary power unit failed. Technicians Wednesday removed the
unit's 15 pound controller, which controls its speed, for shipment back to
the manufacture for testing.
Another Chinese student
leader escapes to West
HONG KONG (AP) - Wang Chaohua, another fugitive student leader
of the crushed pro-democracy movement, has escaped China through an
underground railroad still operating ten months after the crackdown on
dissent, a reliable source said.
"I want everybody to know that the channel is still alive, there's still
hope," said the source, who is close to the railroad. The source refused to
identify himself or details of the escape route, and also asked that the date
of the interview not be published for security reasons.
The source said Chaohua fled China on or about January 7. She was
on a list of 21 students sought by the Chinese government for leading
demonstrations for more freedom in the Communist country last spring,
New AIDS drug may help
protect fetuses against virus
NEW YORK - Hopes were raised concerning drug-assisted resistance
of fetal AIDS infection as an experimental AIDS-blocking drug injected
into two pregnant monkeys reached their fetuses.
It might then block AIDS virus infection of human babies by their
mothers, if used early enough in pregnancy, study co-author Daniel Capon
of Cenentech Inc., said yesterday.
The drug reached the fetuses about as easily as a human mother's natu-
ral proteins do as they build up disease resistance within babies, re-
The drug, called a CD4 immuncadhesin, has shown promise against
the AIDS virus in the test tube, but its effectiveness in people is not yet
Researchers are testing AZT's safety in pregnant women, and plan to
test whether it can block perinatal transmission of the AIDS virus, they
Honda opens 2nd U.S. plant
EAST LIBERTY, Ohio - Honda of America Wednesday showcased a
new auto plant that made Honda the only Japanese company with two
assembly plants in the United States.
It dedicated a $380 million, 1.4 million square feet plant in central
Ohio about 40 miles northwest of Columbus. The plant is about five
miles from its Marysville plant, the company's first assembly plant.
"We said that we should expand the domestic content of our products
with a goal of achieving 75 percent domestic content in our automobiles.
You will see evidence of that effort everywhere," said Tadashi Kume, pres-
ident of Honda Motor Co. Ltd.
"We said that we would expand our exports from America. Since that
announcement, we have begun exporting automobiles made here in Ohio
to Japan, Korea and Israel," he added.
Drinking and flying don't mix
YPSILANTI - A Sudanese student lost his bearings after a few
drinks, and he fell asleep in Boston but awoke Wednesday morning in the
"I had a few drinks too many," Adil Hamza said. "All I can remember
is looking for a place to sleep."
And on Tuesday night, Hamza found a place to rest his weary head:
aboard a cargo plane.
Michigan State Police were dispatched to Willow Run Airport
Wednesday morning, after the plane's pilot radioed he had discovered a
stowaway on the flight.
Hamza got off the plane willingly and announced he had been drinking.
He woke up just after 3 a.m., and tapped the flight engineer on the
shoulder to ask where he was, frightening the crew.
"I woke up scared and surprised," Hamza said.
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