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QUIGG United Press International NORFOLK, Va. (UPI)—Men, women and children by the thousands streamed past the open casket of General of the Army Douglas MacArthur today to view the body of the old soldier lying in state in the MacArthur Memorial Building which also will be his final rest ing place. Many women carried sleeping infants in their arms, and others led sleepy-eyed small children as they paid final respect to America's old soldier. This was an official day of mourning in the city that MacArthur called "my spiritual home." He will be buried Saturday, six days after lus death in Washington. Starting late Thursday and continuing through the night, mourners filed past the bier in the rotunda of the memorial he never saw in life. More than 16,000 had viewed the remains since the memorial was opened to the public shortly after p.m. EST Thursday. At times during the night, the waiting line was five blocks long, with people standing four abreast. By 3 a.m. EST, the line had dwindled but the mourners still came. In crisp, sunny weather this morning, the lines again lengthened. The body was to be on pub lie view all day today and as long tonight as necessary to accommodate the crowd. The only formal event was the firing of 19-gun salutes at Army posts around the nation. Final Services Saturday, the last day of the week-long mourning for the five-star general who served his country brilliantly in three wars, the Iwdy will be removed to St. Paul's Episcopal church for brief, final religious services. Then it will be returned ltd the memorial rotunda I entombment. The body was brought here Thursday firom Washington, where it had lain in state at the Capitol Rotunda. More than 150,000 persons lined the cortege route from the airport to the memorial here. Today has been designated a day of mourning by Norfolk Slayor Roy B. Martin. City offices, and schools were to be closed. The 84-year-old general of the Army died Sunday. His career had spanned 61 years during; which he won the Medal of Honor and served as a fighting general in World Wars I and H and the Korean War. for, He came here Thursday on the 22nd anniversary of his retreat from Bataan after defeat of his small army by the Japa nese in World War U. He con sented to have his memorial here because Norfolk had been his mother's home. He probably would have been bom here had his soldier-father not been transferred suddenly to Little Rock, Ark. He was bom there. MacArthur called Norfolk "my spiritual home" in correspondence in 1960 about con verting the 114-year-old vacated Norfolk Courthouse into the memorial. The building contains the MacArthur papers, mementoes and decorations. Dean Rusk leaves for round of conferences WASHINGTON (UPI)-Secre tary of State Dean Rusk left today for a round o£ conferences in the Far East and an on-the-spot inspection of the war in South Viet Nam. Also included in the 10-day trip v/iU be a stopover on Formosa for a meeting with Na tionalist President Chiang Kai- shek. En route. Rusk scheduled two-hour stop at Anchorage to inspect Alaska's earthquake damage. Rusk said Thursday night after a meeting with President Johnson that the chief execu five had asked him to go on to Vict Nam after attending the ministerial meeting of the eight-nation Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO; in Manila. The SEATO conference begins Monday and continues through Wednesday. Rusk orig- Services to be held Monday for El Brendel HOLLWOOD (UPI)-Funeral services will be held Monday for veteran character actor EI Brendel who died of a heart attack Thursday. Brendel, 72, died in Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital where he was taken early "Thursday. Fun eral services will be held in Pierce Bros. Hollywood (3iapel with interment in Hollywood Cemetary. Brendel entertained moviegoers with his comical "Yumpin' Yiminy" Swedish accent, although he was bom in America, The veteran actor, who had been semi - retired in recent years, was bom in Philadelphia mitasa BirtMay APRIL II Dr. David Applewhit* James Arnold Cordon Bartnts Richard Basore Jerry Farquhar Richard L. Farquhar A. J. Freund Thomas Huisenga Creig Lynn Neal McMinn Forrtst Munhall Arthur Peters Douglas Purkiss, Sr. Frank B. Rossi JImmie McKeighan Charles McLenkemp, Sr. Jerry Jennings Edward Stielstra, Jr. Happy Birthday from II E. Stat* Ph. PY 32505 •nd attended the University of Pennsylvania. In 1913, he made his show business debut on the vaudeville stage. He later mar ried his vaudeville partner, Flo Brendel. She survives him. He turned to acting in 1921, appearing in such shows as "Cinderella on Broadway," 'Spice of 1922," "Passing Show" and "New York WhirL" In 1926, he made his motion picture d e b u t in the Famous Player comedies. Picture credits include "Campus Flirt," 'Sunny Side Up", and "Happy |l)ays." He also appeared in "Paris Model" and "Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend." He w 0 r fc e d on television on occasion, including appearances on "Perry Mason" and the late Dick Powell's show. In recent years, Brendel and his wife lived in a home overlooking the famed Hollywood Bowl. inally had planned to return to Uie United States Thursday after stopping briefly at Formosa. Rusk said the extension of his trip to mdude Viet Nam indicated "no spedal emergen cy or crisis" there. At Uie SEATO meeting. Rusk hoped to get more information on what French President Charles de Gaulle is up to with his "neutralization" proposal for SouUieast .Asia, which ap- parenUy conflicts with American policy. The meeting of the foreign ministers of the eight SEATO nations—the United States, Britain, France, New Zealand, Australia, the Philippines, Thailand and Pakistan—is designed prin- dpally to consider the question of Southeast Asian security. The SEATO pact was formed in 1954 as an anti-Communist front but has been weakened by France's aloof attitude and Pakistan's growing ties with Red China. SOLOIST - Marianne (Mrs. Morton) McDonoM of Berkeley, the former "Ginger" Lewis of Redlands, will play the Beethoven Second Piano Concerto in B Flat with the Riverside Symphony Orches- tro, Thomas Foeey conducting, April 17 in Riverside's Municipal auditorium. The pi- ianist, daughter of Mrs. James C. Lewis, 1570 Knoll rood, and the late Mr. Lewis, was heard last August at Redlands Bowl. The program will also include ProkofiefPs 'lieutenant Kiie," the Bach Brondenburg Concerto No. 3 and the Brahms Symphony No. 4. Tickets for this last concert of the season will be available at the door. Concert time is 8:75. Lodge to campaign SAN DIEGO (UPI) -Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge may return to the United States in June to campaiai for the GOP Presidential nomination, accord ing to long-time friend Irving Salomon. Salomon, retired San Diego industrialist, said Thursday thatj Lodge had made that indication during a conversation he had with him recenUy in the Orient. A member of the U.S. delegation to the United Nations when the delegation was headed by Lodge, Salomon said Lodge told him he would "work like the devil" if he were nominated. He said he conferred with Lodge in Hong Kong last Feb. 21 after going to the Orient to try to persuade the Ambassador to become an active candidate. OUR ANCESTORS We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT. "How can I win back my husband's love?"_writes a woman for almost 20 years and he has grovm completdy indifferent to me. Well, if she were the heroine of a soap opera or magazine serial it would be duck soup She'd go to a fancy beauty salon for a few weeks, buy a lot of new clothes and the timid, ne glected duckling would turn in to a swan — and the couple would live happily ever after. But a man who has lost interest in a woman isn't going to get it back simply because she loses 10. pouijds, finds more becoming hairdo, and buys new dothes that "do some- tiling for her." All those things may be beneficial, simply because they make the woman feel less woebegone, and give her a little confidence in herself. But they aren't going to make her bus- band suddenly see her in a new light. My advice to this wife: quit worrying about changing to please her husband and start thinking about making herselfj "Home is where the heart is!" SUNDAY MORNING DO-NUT CLUB 3-6-9 Doubles FREE COFFEE! FREE DO-NUTS! EVERY SUNDAY at 11 a. m. Entry FM — S4 per team $2 Bowling — $2 Prize Ladies: Ltt ut find you a Bowling "Pardner" ror Sunday Mornings EMPIRE BOWL ^Pbrr^r WALLACE'S SCHEDULE MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPI) —Gov. George Wallace is scheduled to fiy to Indianapolis ne-xt Wednesday to begin his anti-dvU rights campaign in Uie Indiana presidential primary. Press Secretary Bill Jones said Wallace would be in Indianapolis one day for a news conference and a talk at Butler University. Wallace also is a candidate in Uie Maryland primary. REDLANDS HEADQUARTERS FOR FRICIDAIRE FLAMELESS ELECTRIC RANGES BURROUCHS 117 E. State St. Phone 793'5485 APPi i AUC. SERVING REDLANDS FOR 34 YEARS ^mmt ^riX^CO over to please herself. If s h e busies herself with things she really likes to do, she'll be happier, and a more interesting person. Chances are her husband will find her more interesting, too. If he doesn't she's still ahead for she is getting some fun out of life, instead of sitting around feeling sorry for herself. This probably sounds like very dull advice compared with the "make-yourself-beautiful - a n d- he'U - fall - in - love - with - you- all-over-again" routine women are usually handed. But, dull or not, it's realism rather than wishful thinking. For no matter what the storybooks tell you, that old line ofj advice just doesn't work. Chairmen For lofa Tau Term Announced President-dect Mrs. Donald C. Wallace announced names of her committee chairmen for the coming year during this meeting of Iota Tau chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority at the home of Mrs. William D. Derby, 1377 Turquoise avenue, Mentone. To serve during the coming term are Mrs. Robert E. Holt, program; Mrs. David W. Randolph, sodal; Mrs. Richard C. Meumann, service; Mrs. John E. Van Uffden, ways and means; Mrs. Wilbur E. Purvis, historian; Mrs. WiUiam B. Johnston, parliamentarian; Mrs. Louis E. Vogt, sunshine and gifts; and Mrs. Joseph F. Tilson, photographer and publicity. A ritual of jewels ceremony was conducted for Mmes. Clifford H. Cook, Holt, Vogt, H. Fred Plaisted, James M. Bentley and Robert E. Davis. Pledge rituals were conducted for Mrs. Donald L. Clifton and Mrs. Wallace L. Wattenberger. Mrs. William D. Derby .and her ways and means committee were congratualted on the success of the rummage and bake sale. The program for the evening was presented by Mrs. Roger R, Boone, entiUed "Developing Your Child's Personality". Note was made of the Founders Day cdebration April 30 at the Riverside Elks dub, 6166 Brockton avenue. Members present were Mmes. Boone, H. Mark Beguelin, Malcolm R. Curry, Donald F. Derby, William D. Derby, Meu­ mann, Purvis, Henry W. Schalau, Tilson, Van Uffden, Wallace, William F. Wendt, WU- liamson. Holt, Cook, Vogt, Plaisted, BenUey, Davis, Robert L. Forbes, Clifton and Wattenberger. Zontians Have Two-Day Sale Zonta club's rummage sale, which opened today at the comer of Fourth and State street, will continue tomorrow with proceeds to be used for the dub's various service projects. Final details of the sale were made at the April luncheon meeting Wednesday at the Elks dub at which time Retha Uoyd was dected ddegate to the international convention in San Francisco in July. Wanda Hale will attend as alternate delegate. msfallation of officers for the local dub is scheduled for April 22 at the Country Club. The luncheon program was arranged in honor of the retiring president, Doris Brose, The story of her term as president, written by Betty Myers, was narrated by Lucy Siegrist and was presented by various members of the club. At the conclusion, a gift was presented to Mrs. Brose on behalf of the club. UR MUSIC STUDENTS TO PRESENT SERIES MARTHAS TO MEET MONDAY Our Lady of Uie Citrus household, Order of Martha, will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. at tiie home of Bridgie Moore. 45 Parkwood drive. Co-hostess will be May Monniere. SEA FOOD GUESTS LONEON (UPI) - When a new sea food restaurant opened in London Sunday, the management fished a bunch of names out of the tdephone book and invited them to lunch. Among the guests were various Londoners named Haddock, Sole, Sturgeon, Halibut, Herring, Carp, Cod and Mullet. 'A litUe confusing,!' said Harold Young, chief catering executive for Lyon's Restaurant chain. "But only one person has tried to order his meal from the guest list." MAK€ff^NJS Nutty names are for pets, not people. "The Well-Tempered Clavier". by Johann Sebastian Bach, will be played by sdected piano and harpsichord students of the University of Redlands, be^nmng Monday. Six concerts will be presented by Uie UK School of Music on April 13, 14, IS and May 4, 5 and 7 in Watchom hall at 4 p.m. Students are under the instruction of John Robertson, Miss Louanne FuchS, Raymond Boese and Jack Crossan. The public is invited to attend without charge. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or «p- pliances will find a ready market through aassified Ads. OUAUTY AND STfLE! WEDDING RINGS Why buy ordinary rings when a prize-winning Artcarved cosis no more? Do see our huge selection soon. Starting at S8. «AINBOW SET we ue » 7 No. 5»h St. Redlonds ACROSS FROM REDUNOS FEOERAl

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