SUBSIDIES Payments to the wealthy Here are some of the corporations, wealthy individuals, politicians and universities who receive farm subsidies and the amount received last year:
David Rockeller: former Chase Manhattan Bank chairman and grandson of famed oil tycoon John D. Rockefeller, $146,000.IBP Inc.: a meatpacking company based in Dakota Dunes, S.D., with $1 billion in profits last year, $128,000.Chevron: oil company, $100,770.U.S. Rep. Doug Ose, R-Calif.: a developer ranked 22nd on Roll Call magazine's list of the richest members of Congress with a net worth of $12.5 million. Owns part of two companies that got about $149,000 in rice subsidies.U.S. Sen. Mike Dewine: R-Ohio, who Roll Call estimates is worth $7 million. He and his wife own shares in two family companies that collected just under $50,000 in subsidies combined.Scottie Pippen: basketball player who makes $14 million a year, $26,000.Ted Turner: one of the largest private landowners in the United States. His companies collected at least $190,000.University of Illinois: $710,000. Most of that money is for crops grown on donated land, farmed by tenants who split the crop -- and the subsidy dollars -- with the school at harvest.