The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on December 15, 1974 · Page 62
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The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana · Page 62

Indianapolis, Indiana
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Sunday, December 15, 1974
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"C F' o w UNDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1974- THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR y& s-'v ' 1 ."v. yt'l''' ii i PCI . ' ' ' 1 ; V : -i Li-s i ' SEC. 2 PAGE 27 CONGRESSMAN WEDS - United States R epresentative William H. Hudnut III and his bride, the former Susan Greer Rice of Indianapolis, leave Second Presbyterian Church 'here yesterday after a private wedding ceremony. Attending were Hudnut's parents, the bride's mother, the bride's three children and Hudnut's five children. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Richard Armstrong, the church's senior pastor, and Hudnut's father, the Rev. William H. Hudnut Jr. of New York. The couple will reside in Indianapolis. Hudnut resigned as a senior pastor at the church when he ran for Congress from the 11th 'District. He was defeated for re-election Nov. 5 by former Congressman Andrew Jacobs Jr. (Star Photo) Selassie And Others Alive, Red Cross Visitors Say Geneva (UPI) - The International Committee of the Red Cross says its chief dele gate for. Africa visited de posed Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie, and members of his family in a three-day period which ended Friday: It said Jacques ' Moreillon also visited some 200 other political detainees in Ethiopia. MOREILLON was accompa nied by two regional delegates 17 Countries Put On First Food Emergency List ' Rome (AP) Seventeen countries have been named by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization o n its first food emergency listing. The list is part of an early warning system of food shortages that came out of the Nov. 4-16 World Food Conference here. FAO said shortages persisted in Bangladesh, India and threa countries of West Africa's Sahelian zone Mali, Mauritania and Niger. It reported advance warnings of food deficits or poor harvests in Honduras, Burma, Pakistan, Lesotho, Somalia, Yemen, Burundi, Ethiopia, Gambia, Rwanda , , ; Tanzania and Zambia. FAO said despite a promising rice crop, Bangladesh currently is more than one million tons short of estimated grain import requirements for current consumption during the next six months. for East Africa and a doctor, it said. ... - , , The Red Cross said its dele gates were permitted to speak alone with detainees of their choice and nave passed on recommendations to E t h i o-pia's military regime. "There . are no details but we do know that he (Selassie) is alive," spokesman Alain Modoux said. THE DELEGATION visited Selassie in the house where he is being held in the grounds of the Menelik II Pal ace. Moreillon and his aides also visited 21 members of the former emperor's family held for security reasons in the vil la which belonged to the Duke of Harrar and in the guard commander's house, the statement said. The 200 political prisoners are held m the Menelik II Palace, in buildings of the 4th Division and in two police stations, it said. The Red Cross said the delegation obtained agreement from the military regime at Addis Ababa that further visits can be made in the future, if necessary. U.S. Destroyer Calls At Jordanian Port Amman, Jordan (AP) The U.S. destroyer Elmer Montgomery sailed into Jor dan's Red Sea port of Aqaba yesterday on a five-day cour tesy visit, the U.S. Embassy said. It is the first U.S. Navy vessel to call at Jordan since 1967. r i AlSt , imS'-tiit : wi t I, N GEARING FOR FINALS - The background suggests vvhal' going on in the minds of two Indiana University coeds at Bloomington as they study for final examinations this week. The girls, both freshmen, are Phillis leventhal (left) of Noblesville and Gene Blackburn of Lawrenceburg. (UPI Telephoto) f . AND NCC BIGGER SELECTION . .RELIABLE QUALITY . Q n j i m(s(sm 4 When it comes to toys we really C I know our business over 10,000 different items on VK open display . . and since we buy more toys we can often sell them for much less! 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