Appoint More Indians, Mr. Clinton ptmirtmi. fbyk&v P*** Director, Indian Health Service Education Programs, BIA, Director. OfficsoflmfenEdacsticmEDfCaMed Title V), Director. Office of Coastructiot Management Commianoaer. BIA, National Indian Gaining Commissioner, three positions. National Adviaory Council I on Indian Education. 12 positiona. Director. Indian Programs, DOL AD these do not call for aew people. Par instance, the persons m I the positions now could be re [ appointed, in the case of Josephm Jacobs on NACtE, that would be an fa ihe BlA which would be a disaster for Lumbees. If the DOL programs, mainly JTPa and BY, went to MA. to recti ve services. Also, lbs POL ciretrirttin yes man" as Director Thai would also be a disaster She has beea heard tossy, aaaoy tunes, dtai tnfeaas don't work, that we have ao pride, thai we don't raise our children right, sad so on. Why the delay in appointing Indians'' Apparently the Prostdaal has approved personally of all. or almost all, the ""df secretaries sad agency heads. At this potat, fewer than 100 out of over 400 such positions am filled. At the rate he is going, it will be the end of 1994 before the Indian positions re all filled. A second mm: Hm the White srstsifsx^tox: House ienousl> Pete met *iib the rraositKM Tern three tunc aa Little Rock last Fall Were the rniatiagi jut v. u,i..w dreaang'' Mae> if the punitive regulations put into place by Reagan and Baah need to be reviewed and revised Republican holdovers need to be brought into line. We aeed agency heads in place A third taane: Why an Indians appointed only into "Indian" positions? It will be great when we have thtfhst Indian annrary general. How about the first Indian Secretary of Stale? Or the first Indian Chief of Staff at the White House? Every twfcm person in the U.S. ought to write to President Bill Chnkn, the While House, 1600 Pennsylvania, N.E., Washington, DC 2005. and tell Mat theee things. Then we would see some action. The White Houae tells me they have had hardly any letters from Indians smce taking office. It is time we made some noise. Let Mr. Clinton hear from yon. Ul sees increase in Native American enrollment Mr. MiMn.HataM?OMatfM af Riwlui, NC ummki Ike toVBh^MMMS af ikeli ^Miklef i HiIim H. Oieadiat, to Dwtght David LmUnt. Miu Oxeadiae graduated frea South Robesoa HiUh Sdteul ia IM7 aad fraa Peaibrakc State IJaiverxity ia 1991. StocUcaipteycd by Scatlaad Caataiaer af Laurtebarg, NC. Her ftaace is the sea af Mr . aad Mn-AmMLiikhirifNiknh. a a-J m aa A ?vV? IW Kl ?OVWVO uvH i i Oipci I High Scaael ia I9S2, aad fraa Richmond Community College In lf?4^ Ha UeayleyH^y NC. The weddiag is piaaaed far October 1,1993 at Rawtaad, NC ia lavitatiaas will be aalbd ? ix^wcvv ~iitt is ihik ^ , fac c Lactos^gTST common mrtwtjxtw ^wyi fowad hi cow's based formulas Thissugantuhgested boarintestines by an enzyme called lajto^^amtmrnad '***?* the sugar wall. Genetic Mdtocy of lactose in childhood u unusual, bat it can be seen, even in infants It becomes much more common in adulthood It ie estimated mat 80% of adult Native Americans have M least some decree oflactose deficiency Thisiscoroprued 1075* of Blacks, <0% Hispanics and 20% of Caucasians Tbe most coinmon is due to intestinal infections which can wtpe out fee lactose enzyine for several days Tha common eymptame of lactoee ::??^;SS5B . :*-:aW* U K?* ?*t principle auf* in all ia.r> prodfe* A Wtkal sufsearton would b? I ImM dairy prooucvs wit# a recMOM hciom content. eucfcae yogtet Cheddar, ewtae and ceng* Amh, which art well tolerated. Pglnd cm atoo take over the counter kmc myw (tuch ftft ? j Lactaidi to help <fc?e? *? lactate they tnfeat For children who develop aahori term lactate intolerance from m inttartml mfrcttoa. tianaftM or eliminattnu milkprodncte for a fcw day u usually aufllctMt. For Mtaftnl with lactoae iaaotarnace, a lactone fret formula, aurhaatha 10 j lb?i*a. ihould work well Watt, tte'a lactoaa intolerance in a nutshell. Set you aext week! Say You Read It In Carolina indian Voice putOf^e* SW tors Farmland For Sale Robeson Coooty-Smith's Township (SR 1338) 17(H- acres $135,000.2000+ ft. rd. frontage. 135 acres cleared. Bowie Rd (SR 1318) Philadelphia Township. 95 acres ceared plus 5 acre pond. $90,000. Hoke CoMty-<SR 1107 4c 1105). 196+ acres. 42 acres cleared. $68,775.00. CaU Helen Lockkar CCIM (919) 738-1461 R?-?LCCT Lorry T. Brooks To T&un for Contlnuod Progressive Government On November 2,1993 (Sara *A6out $/oa>" I PEMBROKE MATTRESS OUTLET^ Sale in Progress! FironcinAAvailable! 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