For more details, see About Automatic Layout Adjustment, here Lay out frames and pages in InDesign .
Thanks for the suggestion. The link for lay frames and pages in InDesign gave directions to a place that did not exist in Id CC. Fortunately with your image I found the Enable Layout Adjustment under Margins and Columns. When I made the change then the pages that previously would adjust adjusted. However I had exact same number of pages that still did not change the text box. When I view it in Normal mode. I have two boxes. One box with the layout that I want, the other with text flowing wide of the box that I want. If I manual move it on a page then it turns the line to green. I also tried changing to another master on those pages and then going back and I still got the exact same behavior.
Apparently these pages have another setting that I still must change
I would approach those remaining pages manually, using the Selection tool.
Green lines are smart guides that help you to visually align multiple objects without needing the Align panel, or pulling out ruler guides.
As a heads up, InDesign has moved the handling of layout adjustments to the more complicated Liquid Layouts: see Liquid and alternate layouts in InDesign. It's worth looking into, but it certainly sounded like Enable Layout Adjustment in Margins & Columns was the simple answer to your specific issue.
Layout adjustment must be enabled BEFORE you make any changes to the doc.