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    Appoint More Indians, Mr. Clinton
ptmirtmi. fbyk&v P***
Director, Indian Health Service
Education Programs, BIA, Director.
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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Iowa City, Iowa-Accompanying
a new American Indian and Native
Studies program at the University of
Iowa this mil is an increase in Native
American freshman enrollment for
the 1993-94 school year. This year's
addition of IS Native Americans is
almost double that of last fall when
enrollment was eight Total enrollment
of Native Americans at the UI stands
and member of the American Indian
and Native Studies Program faculty,
attributed the jump to the oo-going
active recruitment by Opportunity at
Iowa, UI Office of Admissions, as
weUaabythcgrnhnSf ndprofrsiionsl
"With the approval also of the
American Indian and Native Studies
Program by the Iowa Board of Regents,
the visibility of Native Americans at
the University of Iowa is surely
increasing." Coulter, a mdmber of
the Citizen Band Potawotomi Tribe
of Oklahoma and faculty advisor for
the American Indian Science and
Engineering Society Summer Math
and Science Program.
Kathy Bassett. associate director '
of admissions at UI, added that Native
American students who took pari in
the Summer Math and Science
Program two and three years ago have
chosen Iowa because of the program
With the establishment of its
American Indian and Native Studies
program, the UI became the third
university in the Big 10 to offer such
a program. It is an undergraduate
program with the intention of helping
students gain an undemanding of
historical and contemporary issue sin
human relations or indigenous people
or me Americas ana acquire expertise
for iobs involving cross-cultural work
and undemanding of ethnic, social
and political diversity.
in anthropology profesaor June
Helm is program director
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Indian people lived in America for over twnry thou
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