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Man of Thousand Faces Takes But One to Grave

Man of Thousand Faces Takes But One to Grave

Lon Chaney, beloved of millions throughout the world for his immortal portrayals on the motion-picture screen, will be borne to his lasting resting place tomorrow.

While his legions of friends and admirers within and without his chosen profession pause a moment to contemplate their loss, the body of the great character actor, who died in St. Vincent's Hospital at 12:55 a.m. yesterday, will be entombed in Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, where the body of his father lies in another crypt.

The entombment, which will write the closing chapter to one of the most colorful careers in the history of American amusement, will follow brief services to be conducted at 2 p.m....