The Press: Bells Unveiled

In a sunlit clearing on Belle Isle, between nonbelligerent Detroit and warring Canada, since last autumn there has been building a 90-ft. tower for a carillon dedicated to peace. It was conceived by a little old lady, Nancy Brown, aged 69, and paid for by the nickels and dimes contributed by those who read her famed lovelorn column in the Detroit News (TIME, Nov. 13).

Every year since 1934, at sunrise on Easter morning, Nancy Brown has sponsored a sunrise service on Belle Isle. Her readers, who flocked to the services in tens of...

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