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A4 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1997 Money THE SALINA JOURNAL V ARCHER DANIELS MIDLAND Mole to FBI: ADM plotted thefts BRIEFLY Activities included hiring of prostitutes in attempt to compromise execs By JOHN STEBBINS Bloomberg News CHICAGO — Archer Daniels Midland Co. stole or attempted to steal competitors' technology at least five times between 1989 and 1992, former executive and FBI informant Mark Whitacre told the FBI, according to recently filed court documents. ADM's activities included the hiring of prostitutes to compromise executives from a company whose technology ADM wanted to acquire, taking biological samples from a competitor.'s sewage and paying off an employee of competitor Cargill Inc., according to FBI summaries of Whitacre's allegations filed by prosecutors in U.S. District Court in Chicago. Whitacre was an FBI informant who secretly tape-recorded conversations of ADM and other executives during a three-year investigation of lysine and citric-acid price fixing. He subsequently was fired and indicted for embezzling $9 million from ADM, charges that ended his informer status and cast doubt on his credibility. Whitacre also acknowledges in one of the FBI summaries that he gave "false and misleading" information to the FBI earlier, and he has admitted falsifying some documents shown to the media to support his allegations of wrongdoing by the FBI. Some of Whitacre's principal allegations have proven true, including the price-fixing charges he took to the FBI in 1992. The undercover probe that followed led to an ADM guilty plea last October and its payment of a record $100 million fine. The FBI reports are part of a government filing on Sept. 19 presenting its arguments against defense motions to dismiss criminal price-fixing charges against former ADM executives Michael Andreas and Terrance Wilson. Whitacro also has been charged with price fixing, and he is scheduled to go on trial in late October on the embezzling charges. It isn't clear if federal investigators are probing any of the allegations detailed in the FBI reports. Under an ADM plea agreement with the government, the company and all employees except Michael Andreas and Wilson received immunity from prosecution in return for their cooperation. Michael Andreas is the son of ADM Chairman Dwayne Andreas. ADM didn't return phone calls seeking comment. Whitacro told the FBI that ADM in 1992 sent prostitutes for five weeks to Eddyville, Iowa, a town of 1,000 people southeast of Des Moines that is the home of Heartland Lysine, a division of Tokyo- based Ajinomoto Inc. "The prostitutes were hired to compromise employees of Heartland for the purpose of procuring lysine technology," the FBI report said, paraphrasing Whitacre. Lysine is an animal-feed supplement derived from corn. The summary doesn't make clear what, if anything, resulted from the alleged effort. Heartland officials didn't return phone calls seeking comment. Also in 1992, Whitacre told the FBI, ADM hired a researcher to help the company steal microorganisms from the sewer system adjoining an unidentified SmithK- line Beecham Pic facility. SmithK- llne Beecham officials couldn't be reached for comment. 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"We don't want to be known as the Grinch that stole Christmas," said Capt. Bob Miller, president of the Independent Pilots Association. "The good news for everyone concerned is that this will not lead to a strike by our pilots," said UPS spokesman Ken Shapero, who called the pilots' vote a disappointment. The primary point of contention is salary. The company in its latest offer -- which only 39 of the company's roughly 2,000 pilots voted to accept -•• agreed to raise the pilots' pay by 19.8 percent over five years. "This is not a meat-and-potatoes offer out there; this is filet mlgnon," Shapero said. Under UPS' offer, Shapero said, captains would be earning an average $202,000, co-pilots $132,000 and night engineers $94,000 by 2002. WorldCom offers $29.4 billion for MCI NEW YORK — Telecommunications upstart WorldCom Inc., in its boldest move yet, offered $29.4 billion Wednesday for MCI in a bid to scuttle MCI's pending merger with British Telecom and stage the largest takeover in U.S. history. ' The combination would make WorldCom the nation's second- biggest long-distance provider behind AT&T and boost its lucrative business of providing Internet services to companies. WorldCom, with its extensive fiber-optic net- 1 work, could offer MCI's nearly 20- million residential customers vast' new Internet services. The deal would spoil British' Telecommunications PLC's plans • to expand across the Atlantic. MCI Communications Inc. has already agreed to be acquired by British Telecom in a deal that valued MCI at $23 billion. TCI won't hike offer price for Liberty Media ENGLEWOOD, Colo. - Telo--: Communications Inc. said its cut- •• rent tender offer for shares of its -' Liberty Media programming' group won't be extended and the • offer price won't be increased. The cable giant has offered to buy as many as 15 million Liberty . Media Class A and B shares at $30 each. The tender offer, which orig- ' inally was to expire Sept. 17, was • : extended last month to Oct. 2. Thii • ' company also raised its offer price v to $30 from $27 and increased the ' number of snares it said it would.' buy to 15 million from 10 million/->• At that time, less than 3.1 million . Class A shares and 28,600 Class B shares had been tendered. From Wire Service Reports MARKETS KEY RATES Dally key rales from The Now York Times Prevloui Ytar Wodneiday Day Ago PRIME HATE DISCOUNT RATE FEDERAL FUNDS(x) 3-MO. TREAS. BILLS 6-MO TREAS. BILLS IO-YR. THEAS, INF(xx) lO-YR. TREAS. NOTES 30-YH. TREAS. BONDS TELEPHONE BONDS MUNICIPAL BONDS(xxx) 8.50 6.00 5.76 4.95 5.04 3.62 6.03 8.32 7.40 5.43 6.50 5.00 6.81 4.95 5.05 3.61 6.09 8.39 7.48 6.47 6.25 5.00 5.24 4.88 5.07 N.A. 8.58 8.84 7.82 5.84 (x) Estimated dally average, source Tolerate (xx) Realised dollar amount rlsea with Inflation (xxx) Municipal Bond Index, The Bond Buyer Salomon Brothers and Tolerate lor Treasury bellwether bonds, notea and bills. LOCAL GRAINS W»dn»adoy, October 1 Wheat ADM, Sullna $3.40 Secular, Sallno $3.39 Cargill, Sallna $3.42 Continental, Sallna $3.39 Farmway, Beloll $3.15 D«Bruce, Clay Clr. $3.21 Cooper, Colby $3,18 Midland, Hay* $3.14 Decalur, Oberlln $3.13 Agco, Russell $3.13 Farmera, Stockton $3.10 Corn Mllo Beam — $3.86 — — $3.86 $6.00 — $3.B2 — $2.18 $3.46 $5.63 $2.23 $3.47 $6.73 $2.32 $3.34 $5.50 — $3.46 — $2.26 $3.26 — — $3.38 — $2.16 $3.41 — CHICAGO GRAINS Futures trading Wednesday on the Chicago Board ol Trade: Open High Low Siltli Chg. 5,000 bu minimum; centa par buahel WHEAT Dec 360 Vi 355 Vi 360 VI 360 H -3'A Mar 366'A 369 'A 385 385% -3'A May 372 VI 376 Vi 372'A 372 Vi -3Vi Jul 374'A 381 374 374'A -2'A Sep 378 379 378 376 -2 Dec 388'A 392 388'A 388'A -1'A Jul 372 372 372 372 CORN Dec 258'A 259% 256« 256% —1'A Mar 261)'A 268 264 Vi 265% -1'A May 270K 273% 270 270'A -1 Jul 274% 277 273 Vi 274 -1VS Sop 270 272 270 270 — 1% Doc 268*) 272% 268'A 266 Vi —2% Jul 282 -2 Doc 266 -2 OATS Dec 154'A 166 153% 154'A —2 Mai 169% 160Vi 168Vi 169% -1 Vi May 169'A 180'A 159'A 159Vi -1'A Jul 180 190% 160 160 -1'A Sep 156Vi 157 156V, 156 VI —2% SOYBEANS 621 626 620 620Vi 829 623 Iowa moved 101,000 hogs Tuesday. Beautiful weather,, and moat farmers In Holds. 1-3 230-270 Ib (46-50 per-, cenl lean) 47.60-4B.OO; 2-3 lew 270-290 Ib 46.00-' 47.00: 1-2 package 228 Ib 48.00. Sows steady; 1-2"' 300-600 Ib 38.60; 1-3 500-650 Ib 42.00; 560-700 Ib 43.00-44.00. DODGE CITY LIVESTOCK Market quotations Wednesday: Trade moderate briefly mldmornlng, otherwise very, slow. Slaughter steers and hellers steady, Inquiry moderate early, light late, demand light. Sales confirmed on- 16,200 slaughter steers and 10,100 (laughter heifers . early Wednesday. For the week-lo-date sales con-,-' firmed on 56,600 head. Volume Includes 14.300 head .' or about 25 percent previously contracted or formula)- ed cattle. Sales FOB leedlot net weights after 4 percent'' shrink. Slaughter steers: select and choice 2-3 1160-1360,lb 66.00; mostly select, few choice 1160-1376 Ib Including '. cutting bulls, Longhom and Wautusl 62.00-66.00. • ' Slaughter hellers: select and choice 2-3 1028-1160lb 66.00: mixed commercial to choice 1010-1230 ib heifers and hellerettes 64.00-6S.OO, lew 1360 Ib with • end cows 60.00. OMAHA UVE8TOCK Market quotations Wednesday: Hogs: 600. Barrows and gilts steady. U.S. 1-3 230- 2SO Ibs. 49.50, U.S. 2-3 260-300 Ibs. 46.00-49.00. sows: 20 percent. Steady to weak. U.S. 1-3 360-450 IDS. 39.00, 450-600 Ibs. 40.60, U.S. 2-3 600-660 Ibi mostly 44.00. Boars: 300-700 Ibs. 36.60. Cattle and Calves: 100. Not enough steers or hellers on oiler lo establish a market. ' Sheep: None. ' . CHICAGO LIVESTOCK Nov Jan Mar May Jul Aug Sep Nov Jul Nov 624 628% 634 'A 628 637 Vi 643'A 637 643!i 649 842V4 648 626 632 823'A 828% 637 Vi 642'A 643% 642'A 642'A 640 625'A 626 653 636 -1 -2% -4Vi -4% -5Vi -3'A Futurei trading Wednesday on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange: Open High Low Settle Chfl. , CATTLE 40,000 Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun Aug Oct 67, 67, 69, 73 69, 69 72 ,90 ,30 ,95 ,10 ,92 ,90 ,90 Ibs 66, .; 09 67.55 70, 73, 70. 69, 72. 27 27 07 ,76 ,90 FEEDER 50,000 Oct Nov Jan Mar Apr May Aug Sep 78 78 79 79 79 80 82 .00 ,80 .76 ,80 ,95 ,60 .06 Iba 78, •1 ,40 79-30 60. 79. 60. 20 90 10 80.70 62. ,06 centa 66. 66. 69. 72. 69. 69. 71. per Ib. 32 09 05 40 40 00 90 66, 69, 99, ,67 ,25 .07 72.^7 99, 99. 71, ,47 .00 ,80 — t ,12 — .86-'.77- —.4-7': -.30-, -.60 ' — ^60 ' ' CATTLE , canta 77. 77. 79, 78. 79. 79. 81. par Ib. 20 99 12 89 10 90 06 77, 78 79. 79, 78 79, 91 at. 42 02 ,22 00 ,10 ,92 ,36 10 — 152' -,6o; — .49 . -ISO-.97,, -.66 -.80- HOQ8 40,000 Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun Jul Aug del 67 83 62 59 68 64, 62 69 ,65 ,25 ,86 ,30 .60 ,90 ,66 ,00 Iba.; 68, 63, 62, 69, 69, 60 86 86 52 05 94.87 92, 99, 86 17 cents 67. 63. 82. 58. 86. 94. 82. 98. par Ib, 49 16 10 60 52 15 65 66 87 63 62 69, 65 64 62, 59, .87 ,26 ,42 00 .67 50 90 07 -.22 -.17- -:o7- -.02 , — • 1'8 *'02" • -.2-2,, '•<' 7 : GOLD KANSAS CITY GRAINS Wheat lulurus Wednesday on the Kansas City Board ol Trade: Open High Uw Settle Chg, WHEAT 8,000 bu minimum; cant* par bushel Doc 364'A 367 V. 362 362% -2K Mar 378 381'A 376 376 -2'A May 364 386'A 381 381 -3'A Jul 387 369 366 385 -3% Sep 391 -3 Dec 397'A -1'A Wheat 267.693 bushels: 1 cenl lower to 21/2 cants higher; No. 2 hard 3.43-3 67n: No. 3 3 32-3,66ni No. 2 red wheat 3.26-3 67n; No. 33.15-3.66n. Corn 73,744 bushels: unoh to 1/4 cenl lower; No. 2 white 2.60-2.UOn: No. 2 yellow 2.443/4-2.4B1/4n; No. 3 2.243/4-2.47 l/4n. No. 2 rrulo 3 a8-4,02n. No. 1 soybeans 6.22-e.4&ri Hoppers 73 00-76 00. 8T. J08EPH LIVESTOCK Market quotations Wednesday: Estimated leader cattle receipts: 1,600. Compared lo Ubl Wednesday, feeder vluers and hellers about steady. Boxed beul culouli. coining higher this week and slaughter cattle prices attempting a rally. Corn harvest underway and prices working lower. Steers: medium and large 1 602-610 Ib 90.00-91.00; 660-800 Ib 83,00-66.76. black-black whllelace 667 Ib 90.00; BOO- 700 Ib 80.00-86.76, black-black whltelace 646 Ib 67.60; 700-800 Ib 78.00-83.60; 800-900 Ib 76.26-80.60; 918922 Ib 74.75-76.60; large 2 Holstelns 718-936 Ib 60.0081.60. Hellers: medium and large t 600-700 Ib 72.0078.10. Estimated slaughter hog receipts: 400. Compared lo Tuesday, barrowa and gills 60 emit* lower, Interior Foreign • Hong Kong late: Closed lor holiday; London morning fixing: $338,60 up $4.70; London afternoon llxIng: $337.15 up $5.05; London late: $337.85 up $6.30;' Paris afternoon fixing: $334.98 up $6.47; Frankfurt fixIng: $337,27 up $8.88; Zurich late afternoon: $337.20 up $4.70. Domestic • NY Handy & Harman: $337.16 up $5,09, NY Handy & Harman fabricated: $364 01 up $6,30; NY Engelhard: $338.37 up $6.08; NY Engelhard fabricated: $366,29 up $6.31; NY Merc, gold spot month close ' Wed. $333.80 off $0.70; NY Republic National Bank 4 p.m. Wed. $333.60 unchanged, SILVER Handy & Harman sliver Wednesday $5.156, off $0.050; Fabricated $5.671. oil $0.055; The bullion price loi silver earlier In London $5.185, up $0 0176; Engel- hartl $6.170, off $0.060: Fabricated $6.687. oil $0.070. NY Moic silver spot month Wednesday $6.142. oil $0.046 ML Petroleum cash prices Wednesday as compared with Tuesday prices: Wed. Tut" Weil Teia» Interned $ per boi lob 2105 21.1t From «laff and Wire Rapgrti RALPH WEIGH Bonds - Insurance Phone 827-2906 115 East Iron the Stem Mon.-l ! ri. 8-5:30 . Sat. 8-4 827-5581 )2H Kcnwuud Park Drive, Salnu, K!>

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