An honor guard flanks the casket of former four-term Gov. George Wallace, 79, whose body lies in state in the rotunda of the Alabama Capitol in Montgomery. Thousands of mourners, black and white, paid tribute to the three-time presidential candidate. A segregationist during the 1960s, Wallace later recanted his racial stance. He was paralyzed during his 1972 presidential campaign by a would-be assassin's bullet. He'll be buried Wednesday next to his first wife, former Gov. Lurleen Wallace.