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Casa Grande Dispatch (Newspaper) - July 18, 2002, Casa Grande, Arizona SPORTS Lance gets lead with stage win win at Colorado Customer Appreciation Days Two sections inside Bellamy Brothers on stage Final Countys Daily Newspaper CASA GRANDE ARIZONA 85222 Movie reviews Stuart Little Eight Legged Halloween Resurrection GRANDE Thursday JULY 18 2002 NO 168 can help diet could prevent Alzheimers LONDON AP Youve heard it before If you want to remain healthy eat more fruit arid vegeta bles and less red meat But scientists now say such a diet also may help prevent Alzheimers disease In fact mounting evidence indi cates the risk factors for heart dis ease high blood pressure dia betes excess weight choles terol and lack of exercise may play a role in Alzheimers New studies to be presented next week at an Alzheimers conference m establish the big picture for the first time giv ing scientists a better understanding of how to reduce the likelihood of the disease Over the last few years hints of a connection between Alzheimers arid lifestyle have emerged but sci haver become increasingly interested such link just now beginning to that what is good for the also be good for degenerative brain Degression arid decay of The about 12 worldwide including more million Americans It is increasing so fast that 22 million people worldwide will be affected by 2025 Scientists dp not know what causes the sticky deposits that inevitably kill joff neural cells until memory and ultimately the patient dies The biggest risk for Alzheimer is age double every of and While more research is necessary especially iii the form of prevention trials were seeing the strongest evi dence yet that is a relationship Between healthy and a reduced Jisk of said William vice president of medical and scientific affairs at the Alzheimers Association studies presented at Conference Alzheimers Disease and Related Disorders indicate that people may to reduce their chances of developing Alzheimers by treating high blood pressure 21 yeiar study by Miia of the University of iii Finland examined people of violations Stemming tax moving the flam boyant Ohio a step clos er expelled from the House T The decision means the House Committee da Standards of Official now decide whether are enough to or whether the House should accept a would become the second member of Congress to be kicked put since the Civil War request you go Traficant asked the tee Rep Joel saying he was disap that the panel his Clevdand conviction as being a decision of dont know what theyre going O blame An subcommittee of the panel found Traficant guilty of The said that Staff Writer SACATON Gila River Indian Com tribal council decided Wednesday not to enter into renegotiations with the Tourism and Sports Authority TSA regarding the use of tribal land as for the proposed new Arizona Cardinals Prior to the coun cils action the tribes elections office had tak en a random poll among community members asking their opinion on the stadium matter The poll was a new experience for said Gary Gila River Indian Community public information officer It wasnt a vote Essentially it was an informal telephone sam pling in which community members were asked whether they wanted the tribe or enter into renegotiations with the The majority opinion of those members polled was that no further negotiations should take place between the tribe and ing to Council members gave careful consideration to the poll numbers as they were making their decisions which for the most part also were opposed to the use of tribal land for a football stadium The elections office announced the final tally to be 373 voicing no and 306 voicing yes At the root of all this is the uncertainty of the gaming compacts which are pending until the November Bohnee said There was concern throughout the entire community and I think among the council well that we need to focus on that priority the passage of the initiatives in Piece by piece ALEXANDRIA Va AP Mous the only person charged as a Sept 11 con attempted to plead guilty today to new federal charges that could bring him the death penalty But the judge in a rare bench ruling insisted he take a week to think about it lam a member of pledged to Osama bin told District spars with over plea i Judge who moments earlier had entered an innocent plea on his behalf to a third indictment Shortly after that Moussaoui tried to plead guilty After an arraignment in which Moussaoui often sparred with the judge Brinkema insisted that Moussaoui think about his decision fora week dont Moussaoui said in response Ive been thinking about it for Moussaoui said however he wanted to fight the governments attempt to have him executed The penalty phase normally would come after a guilty plea in a trial The arraignment had been scheduled after the government on Tuesday obtained a third indictment against Moussaoui following a new Supreme Court ruling on the death penalty it would decide 1 ater today whether to recommend whether the House should expel him or decide a lesser punishment Traficant told onlookers at his hear ing that to wear a denim suit and a Michael Jackson walk on House floor if he ends up defending himself against expulsion in front of the full 435member House Expulsion requires the approval twothirds of the House The only oth who has been kicked but War was Myers who was expelled in 1980 for accepting money from under cover FBI agents posing as Arab sheiks seeking favors from Congress The decision came after Traficant defense telling the ethics panel hed rather die in jail than confess to something he didnt do Traficant was convicted in April by a federal jury of bribery tax eva sion and The question lawmakers was he also was guilty of viol at ing congressional rules The committee did dismiss one of the counts against Traficant an allega tion that the other charges represented a continuing pattern of Downtown gas leak Staff photo by Steven King A number of downtown busi nesses were evacuated this morning due to a gas leak dis covered in the alley just north of Second Street Casa Fire Department per notified businesses along Florence and Second streets of the danger and requested that they leave their premises until the leak was remedied Crews from Southwest Gas worked through the morning to repair a 2inch line that had ruptured Would the tribal council have decided against negotiating with the TSA if the poll numbers had been reversed Bohnee indicated that the purpose behind the poll was to deter mine how tribal members felt about a stadium deal after the state legislatures decision in March that allowed the tribe the right to utilize its land as a stadium site In the last negotiation process that took place from November of last year to March of Stadium page 3A House vote wont limit Indian fund WASHINGTON AP Ameri carf Indians who claim the govern ment squandered billions in rev enues from their land won a victory Wednesday when the House killed a that would have prevented a full accounting of the money Congress had ordered the accounting in 1994 to determine the scope of government mismanage ment of royalties from Indian lands A federal judge ruled in 1999 that the accounting must go back to 18874wheri the Indians were given plots of with Department responsible for ment of the land The language in the Interior appropriations would essentially overridden the judges ruling prohibiting an prior to 1985 Rep Nick Rahall called the Interior Departments management of the Indian money the Enron of federal agencies and said removing the accounting was a matter of fairness This provision is nothing more and nothing less than a gag thousands of American Indians who are seeking a proper accounting from the federal government of roy alties owed to Rahall said The House voted 281145 to eliminate the provision Rep Jim Kolbe said the Congress needs to get the Indian trust fund dispute resolved Limiting the accounting to 1985 would have actually allowed it to be accom he said otherwise the addi tional cost of doing the accounting could divert funds from other Indian programs Indians who have sued the gov claim the Interior Depart ments mismanagement has cost them more than billion The department insists the figure is much lower The Interior Department esti mates it would cost billion and take at least 10 years to perform the full accounting a task that would entail combing through 25 million electronic transactions and 500 mil lion paper records To perform the accounting back to 1985 would cost million the department said In February Interior Secretary Gale Norton told Congress that many records have damaged or lost and a full account ing may not be possible Wednesdays House action may force the department to face that Indian fund page 3A Business 16A Classified 1115A Comics 91 OA Comment 4A County and 2A Dear Abby 8A For the Record 2A Horoscope 9A Obituaries 2A Sports Television QA Valley Life Weather 3A
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