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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - November 25, 1958, Kingsport, Tennessee 25 us Miami. Fun. I sulty sul i for Ilie toy Hraf of Lasi Wiuff of up ism in Hie on by and s ii a the sk1ino i Pitlak inc Mono. A. I so Nair a developing As a in the die Atlantic tales although usually i associated with Sutra to the North. A ride ski Council been clubs in Virginia pm Nylnnd. Virginia and the District of Columbia i Nuigi Idoly Ink kist Tahlequah. If from Tom Chas Aln got sleepy. He parked ills car 11 the shoulder of the Highway to Uke a Nap. Hut three of his no ugh ors recognized uie car and woke 1m up to if he needed help. Among Tom Turkey who s pretty sure to be around to enjoy the Day after thanksgiving is this one show ing off hit feathers to children at the Mckinley school in Casper Wyo. When Many of the youngsters expressed a desire to View a real live Turkey the teacher Lois Russler obtained Tom a personal pet on the Garnett ranch near Casper. Tom naturally was quite willing to make the trip As Long As it was to school ind not shop solution to Indian problem by Louis Cassels United press International Washington up what to do about the indians is America s oldest problem of Public policy. It confronted capt. John Smith soon after he led the first band of White settlers ashore it James town. Today after 351 years of Experiment with All sorts of pos Sable solutions including wars of extermination the problem re Mains unsolved Olenn l. Emmons commission or of Indian affairs estimates there lire about indians on and off reservations who lire still under the trusteeship of the Federal government. A few of them arc Rich from the proceeds of Oil Timber or other Dlan tribes that Are considered ready to go it alone. For uie affected Toi initiation has a double meaning on one hand it Means they a free to manage their own and affairs like other citizens on the other hand it Means urn they lose the exemption Fror tuxes and the special Fodera health education and welfare serv ices which they receive while the Are wards of the government. The drive began i 1053 with the enthusiastic Backlin of Congress which in it Dinice to curtail the a year Federal outlay on India services. Termly Tlona Laws wet for the Kim path Indian of Oregon Iho to nominee ind Lar valuable resources found on their i tribal property. But for every in Dlan who drives around in a Llin Oti sine there arc it least 100 others whose living Standard is As Low As that of any undeveloped country of Asia or Africa. Not Many statistics have been gathered on the indians plight. But the few that Are available Are pretty shocking. A majority of the families on the big Navaho Reser ration live on incomes of less than a week. Tuberculosis and in fint mortality rates among All indians Are three times As High As among the White population. Average life expectancy for indians is Only 36 half that of White men. Emmons says and most other authorities on Indian affairs agree that the immediate cause Indian poverty is Clear i there Are too Many indians lev Iino on too Little land. It May come As a Surprise to devotees of to westerns hut there Are a lot More indians in America than there were when the Wagon trains rolled West a Cen Tury ago. While the Indian population a been growing. Its land disc a been drastically reduced. In 1887 indians owned acres o the . Government Lin i promised them in solemn Tralle that it would remain theirs a Long As the Sim sets in the West. Then Congress passed an allot Niento Law under which most the Indian reservations except 1 the Southwest were divided among individual families. Man Ai the allotments were soon grab off by land hungry White be tiers who found it easy to Trade a illiterate Indian a bottle of whisk or a Rifle for a land title. Today indians own Only 000 acres of land. Much of this i desert and wasteland. There Are two sharply opposing schools of thought about wha should be done to solve the in dians1 dilemma. One holds that 11 is increasing impracticable for Large groups indians to live off the land their ancestors did that the on Long Range solution is to prop i them As rapidly As possible of assimilation into an Urban industrialized while civilization. Commissioner enmons is chief spokesman for this Point which has been Embo dle in official government polic since he took office in 1953. The opposing school holds tin indians have a right to con Tim living like indians that it Wou be possible for them to do so the Sci line off of their lands a halted and the government undo took a Domestic Point four i Gram to develop economic r sources on the reservations. This viewpoint is shared by groups working for India welfare including the nation Congress of american indians Ai the association on american in-1 Dian affairs. The controversy has entered in years around the Termina Tion program undertaken by pm Mons Bureau of Indian affairs a Branch of the Interior department. Under this program the govern ment is seeking to terminate its trusteeship responsibilities Over in of Wisconsin and four Small bes. Then protests began to Roll 1 of indians and their sym a , who charged that the government was using the Tor in nation program As a device for on in treaty indians. Al Lotish the Eisenhower admin Stra Loii is still commuted to rustic shop termination As a Lon Anir Boal. Secretary of the in error Fred a. Seaton has recently Ssu Rcd indians that it will not be i cased As h Quick and easy Solu Ion to Indian problems. In a statement that has. Been Al duly circulated by Indian organizations. Sea Tun said it is unthinkable that and it Linin tribe be forced into Erml nation program without its Ull understanding and consent. He also said it would be in credible even criminal to som any Indian tribe out into the Stream of american life until a unless the educational level of tha Ralbo was one which was equal t he responsibilities it was Shoul while Indian leaders have cheered Sacaton s stand they recognize that it does not of Itsel solve any of the Basic problems there arc still Loo Many Indian on too Little land and most o them Are desperately poor. Commissioner e m m 1 n s has been trying to interest some o the big private foundations in Spon Soring a nationwide Survey of in Dlan needs which could becom the basis for a comprehensive development program aimed at pre paring indians or independen status within a period of about 2 years no foundation has Beci will in to Lake on this Job and it nov appears that if it is to be Dono nil the. Administration will have i Congress for the Money 1 finance it. Repeat of a sell out cold in that steel employee suggestions sometimes have a Way of Selling lost but not so for Oscar Dansler 81, left and Sal Moie . The pair have been working to Gether at a Blaul Furnace in v. S. Steel s Gary ind., works for 15 years. Canslor came up with an idea for the separation of slap from the molten steel As it comes out of the Furnace. A cult the a incest payoff of its kind in the to each Man. Old friends Whon Jerry Burcl of Cleburne tex., was just a toddler n Friend Nave her Bantam lion when miss Burd celebrated her 20th birthday recently the Oiler Bird was still around Dresser in its Best Feath ers. The Hen even lays an egg occasionally which must be an other record of some kind. Christmas shop with. Esso dough More than in merchandise auction sat., nov. 29 . 22s e. Fenter save Model t-17 Shetland twin Brush polisher scrubber Buffer. Save work. Wax Only once in 6 mos. A regularly it v priced Ziv 40 or m scrubs floors waxes and polishes floors 110-Volt acc Complete with All purpose brushes and Wool Felt buffing pads scrubs buffs polishes floors polishes furniture cleans rugs once you have scrubbed and waxed your floors the Shetland Way easy in Between buffing and touching up keeps them Bright and clean for 6-months. Precision engineered and made to highest Quality specifications styled in Bright Canary yellow order by mail or dial circle.5-4121 buffs furniture housewares deft. Second floor what does a postman do when he in t walking his mail route Rhoto cards Only s9.s5 per 190 Hng sport camera shop 258 Cherokee Street Kin Sporl Tenn. We Don t know about All postmen but or. D. J. Demmie Misco spends is Days off walking on the Golf course that is or relax ing in his modern All electric Home. My Job keeps me Rushing Here and or. Misco says so when i m off duty i like plenty of tune for Golf Reading and resting. That s one reason we have an All electric Home it makes Many household jobs easier and faster and eliminates some altogether. And speaking of electric heat it is a cleaner steadier heat. And its individual room temperature controls make it with a family of five to care mrs. Misco says i could t get along without my Washer dryer Range Freezer and other electrical appliances. These things make House work almost pleasant and our electric heat adds so much to our Comfort and convenience. There Are no draft Halls or cold spots. It s healthier for the children 1 modern families everywhere Are living better electrically special Purchase British Royal Enfield no. 4 the finest Rifle in the world Only 17 98 or. Mrs. Misco Natl their Chil Dren sucanic to. Susanna and in Many ways in their modern All cd Erlric Home and it s m economical too. With nil of i hair electric appliances healer cloth Drvar. Washer and heat Nee the Tost is Only about a month. Tomt Tim you us tit Tomei to you i n com i d u 0 a i it these Are first line British rifles which have been reconditioned and Are in perfect working condition Bolt action adjustable sight Rocker Type safety takes 2 clips of 5 cartridges or 10 Loose cartridges features clip loading without removing round fires .303 Caliper ammo this Rifle is world famous and is still Standard in the British Commonwealth boys Bept. 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