The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1950 · Page 15
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TOTHDAY, JUNB IS, 1980 BLYTHKVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS SeveralThousand Try to be Indians Current Census Brings Up Names of Tribes Heretofore Unknown ^ By CLARKE BEACH WASHINGTON — Tens or thou•ands of pe-»ona in states along the Atlantic ^aboard are trying to get the federal government to recognize them ** Indiana. This U the estimate of W. H. Gilbert of the Legislative Reference Service of the Library of cong.'e&s, who has made a study of the subject. The current census, ,he says, probably will produce the names of many tribe* ttldom heard of before. One new question'to be asked in communities where there is mixed blood concerns what Indian tribe, If any * person belongs to. The Western Indian tribes are Veil known. Nearly all of them were investigated and cataloged many years ago when the government enrolled the Indian population. AH Indians so enrolled, anc their descendents, have been entitled to various forms of fedora assistance—education, medical care farm guidance and so forth. That's *hat the Eastern Indians now H'ould like to get. They have' been largely fgnorcc up to now because they had neve had any formal dealings with tin federal government. Most of th Western Indians gained certain rffits through treaties. But th Extern rednian had dealt with Mi colonial governments, and thei status had been pretty well settlei by the time the federal govern ment was established. One little lost tribe Is soon to j have its tiay In Congress.' Companion bills have been introduced by Rep. poulson (R-Calif.) and Rep. Bosone (D-Utah) to grant recognition, in effect, to the Waccamaw Indians of North Carolina. They have Introduced their bills at the request of James Evans Alexander, a Los Angeles banker and scholar who has made a. study of the tribe. The move Is sponsored also by the Association on American Indian Affairs. The Waccamaws comprise 70 families who have remained pretty well hidden throughout American history in the Green Swamp, This is & practically impenetrable Wilderness about 37 miles from Wilmington, N. C. It Is sub-tropical, filled with blacfc bear, deer, alligators, rattlesnakes and water moccasins. Alexander says it's the only area In North America where you find a flesh-eating plant. This Is the Venus-flytrip, which Is fnsect- ivorouj. The Waccamaws for decades have been stoically resisting efforts of surrounding citizens to classify thun aa Negro., The fight has rdfl&tered mainly on the question of stKool facilities. County officials have been' trying' to force them to accept Negro teachers and Negro designation. At present, however, they do have a four-room school, giving instruction through the eighth grade, which Is calssificc as Indian. One scrap occurred during the war, when a Selective Service Board tried to Induct six Waccamaw youth* under the classification o Negroes. They refused to be Inducted as anything but Indians, PAGE FIFTEEN Woman Sues Uncle For Divorce; Judge Sees Need /or So/omon CLEVELAND. June 13. W) — Mrs. Angela Miceli. 4B, sued her uncle for divorce yesterday. cans- Ing Judge Frank J. Merrick to comment: "It will lake more than one Solomon to unravel tills one." Mrs. Miceli testified In Common Pleas Court she married her mother's dead sister's husband. Leone MIccll. 63. a bricklayer. The judge pointed out Ihe law says no person may marry nearer kin than second cousins, even II the other person Is a relative by marriage and not by blood. If the marriage was not legal In the first place, no divorce could be granted, nor could a separation agreement be entered Into to divide funds the court said the pair was fighting over, added the judge. LIVE CARGO—Miguel Roginsky of Belem, Brazil, needs no "handle-with-care" warning as he shows oft his 25-foot, 130- pound anaconda on their arrival by air at Miami, Fla. The snaks is part of a shipment of 216 wild animals, birds and reptile* bound for U. S. zoos. Jonesboro Student Heads Prep Fraternity MAGNOLIA, Ark., June 13. (/P nllan James, Jonesboro, has been lamed national president of Theta appa Omega prep school fraternl- y- James was elected to the post at Church Receives Red Rose os Rent Payment MAHilEIM, Pa., June 13. (/!>>—Received one red rose for rental of land on which stands Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church. If a receipt had been demanded —none was necessary—such inighl have been the wording Sunday as a full blooming red rose chnng^t ands in a ceremony dating back i 1772. The traditional payment of one ed rose was originated to com nemorale the gift of the churcl ind to the aerly Manheim Luth ran congregation by Henry "Baron 1 "Hegel, colonial glassmaker. Yesterday's rose was selected hj Irs. J. P. Kniltle, wife of the lati nd they won their case In court. The Interior Department's Of- ice of Indian Affairs has taken no part In the move'to grant rec- ignition to the Waccamaws. Its policy now is to get all self-supporting Indians ofr the hands of he federal government, as soon as feasible. They want the <ates to issutne responsibility for the care of Indians where rehabilitation and other assistance Is needed. Political Announcement rhe Courier News nas beer authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic primaries. July 25 and August 8. FOR COtnVTT JIJDGB Roland Green FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE L. H. Autrj Re-election Post No 3 John .1 cowan Kenneth S S ulcer Post No 3 E- C. "Gene" Fleeman (Por re-election Past No. 4) W. P. wells For Slate Senator W B Nicholson J. Lee Bearden SHERIFF A.VD COLLECTOR Osee Nunnally he fraternity's annual convention .ere. The group also elected Jo Voodard or Magnolia, RS Us ional vice president. Model Divorce Law Is Commission's Aim NEW YORK. June 13. (/P) — A model divorce la\v is the goal of a now Interprofessional commission set up by the American Bar Association to make a two or three year study on (lie subject. The croup, which will be entirely independent, hopes to write a law thnt cnn win passaRc In n number of states and Lrinn greater stnn- dnirtizaMon in divorce matters. Commission members represent number of professional fields, In- cludlnu law, medicine, psychiatry, psychology, sociology and education. Great Kltltndrn offer an »dvan-1 Center of the Dutch bulb lndu»- age to scientists studying cosmic try Is the sandy, Irrigated area be- twccn I.clden and Haarlem. Korean Surrenders; Convert to Own Idea S10OUI,, Korr-a, June 13. M>>—LI. Han Kook Sun, a Communist North Korea section chief of cultural In- formntlon, w«s sent to the border to propagandise South Korean soldiers into doscrlinR. As Hnn opened his mouth to fire his first public address s.vstcn broadside, a Soulli Korean loudspeaker blared: "fellow Koreans don't bo Minis of Communist Russia any longer. Come south ami be free men." Flan and three enlisted men walked across (he border and surrendered. FAN D A N C E_Fcllow fin» laugh at plleht of spectator \vho fell to the rroiind at Kbuets Field, Brooklyn, In a vain attempt to catch a foul fly. Fan at r»ll has the ball in his hand. pastor of the church, from a rose garden started by her husband on Iran May Shuffle church property. - The "rent" was handed over to Mrs. Elizabeth Van Tassel Danne- liower, of West-field. N.J., a sixth generation descendant of "Baron" Stiegel. Cabinet Personnel TEHRAN, Iran, June 13. M') Reports spread yesterday that Iran's cabinet soon will be replaced BOULDER. Colo., 25 miles northwest of Denver, Is 5,350 feet high. or reshuffled. 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