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New constitution gives
Aquino six-year term
N America's Richest:
Who They Are
Age Home Wher $ came from
Samuel M. Walton 68 Bentonville, Ark. Discount stores
Rank Net worth
1 $4.5 billion
MANILA, Philippines (AP) - A commission on
Sunday approved the final draft of a constitution that
gives President Corazon Aquino a six-year term, sets
legislative elections for May, and contains safeguards
against authoritarian rule.
The draft also grants the legislature an unprecedented
say over the future of U.S. military bases in the
Philippines, sets up a bill of rights and a human rights
commission, con-demns abortion and abolishes the
The draft, which was approved 44-2, will be
presented to Mrs. Aquino on Wednesday and will be
submitted to the voters for ratification in January.
" Commission members bowed their heads in prayer
after panel chairwoman Cecilia Munoz Palma
4nnounced the vote. The document was completed after
j32 days of often bitter debate.
Mrs. Aquino was not available for comment.
Presidential spokesman Teodoro Benigno said the
president planned to campaign for the charter's
ratification and that she was confident it would win
In downtown Manila, about 5,000 followers of
deposed President Ferdinand Marcos braved rain to
attend a rally and call for Mrs. Aquino's ouster.
Speaker Chito Lucero asked the crowd if they would
vote for the constitution, and the people shouted, "No!"
After taking power in February, Mrs. Aquino
abolished Marcos' 1973 constitution that allowed him
to govern by authoritarian rule. Mrs. Aquino then
appointed the commission to come up with a draft for a
new constitution. In the meantime, she rules by
2 $2.5 billion
4 $2.0 billiOn
John W. Kluge
H. Ross Perot
72 Charlottesville, Va.
56 Dallas, Texas
74 Los Altos Hills, Calif.
5 $1 4 billion Warren E. Buffett 56
stores (The Limited)
$1 4 billion
Leslie H. Wexner
49 Columbus. Ohio
7 $1.3 billion Forrest E. Mars 80 Las Vegas. Nev. Candy(M&M Mars)
each Forrest E. Mars Jr. 55 McLean, Va.
John F. Mars 51 Arlington. Va.
Study says fewer women top execs
10 S1 3 billion
61 Chicago. Ill.
industry, real estate
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their mid-40s, in their first
marriage, family oriented, 10
pounds overweight, health, con-
scious, and male.
The survey also found that the
average executive works approx-
imately 57 hours a week, which has
increased by one or two hours per
Week from last year's study. The
average yearly salary among the
corporate executives, vice
presidents, and presidents is about
$175,000. And it is now highly
recommended to receive an MBA in
order to pursue a business career.
The professors mailed more than
2,000 questionaires from July 1985
to June 1986. The researchers re-
ceived 818 responses from corporate
chief executive officers, presidents,
and vice presidents.
Read and Use
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NEW YORK (AP) - There are duPonts and
Rockefellers, and even a Perdue. But the annual
Forbes magazine list of the wealthiest people in
America is topped by an Arkansas retailer who is
proof that the rich often do get richer.
Sam Moore Walton, 68, founder of the Wal-Mart
discount stores, has more money than any other
American, according to the annual "Forbes 400." His
$4.5 billion is impressive. Last year, when he also
topped the list, he had a paltry $2.8 billion.
He's not alone. There were 25 other billionaires,
up from 14 last year.
The list, which will appear in the Oct. 27 issue of
Forbes, also includes some famous newcomers
including a former talk show host, an ageless rock 'n'
roll cheerleader, a clothing designer and a chicken
t'wo men tied as the second-richest individuals in
America. Both John Kluge of Charlottesville, Va.,
and H. Ross Perot of Dallas are worth $2.5 billion,
according to the magazine.
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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trde Michel Jaffe
1 "The Last of
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8 Hwy. sign
9 The latest
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14 Darling,sin Paris
25 Muslim prayer
27 Type of market
29 Stubborn as a
30 Lake or canal
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41 Does a
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44 Like Twiggy
50 Star in Orion
51 Metric unit
52 Downwind side
54 Hula -
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59 Fr. holy woman
24 Cooked, in a
26 Import charge
31 Storage place
37 Form of fuel
39 Lamb's pen
40 Timetable abbr.
41 Climbing vine
42 Biblical spy
43 Item in the
49 "Do unto-...
52 Plant pest
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57 River islet
58 Largest portion
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STUDENTS- Flexible hours. Call Lauren
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TACO BELL now hiring $4/hr. See Patti or
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TEACHER FOR SCHOOL AGE CHIL-
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