HEROES: Norman Prince

Back from the American Pro-Cathedral in Paris to sun-swept Mt. St. Alban, highest point in Washington, D. C., will be brought the body of Norman Prince, founder of France's Lafayette Escadrille, there to be sepulchred within the Washington National Cathedral. Bishop James Edward Freeman made the announcement last week, together with a statement that Norman Prince's father, Frederick Henry Prince of Prides Crossing, Mass., who was mentioned for U. S. Ambassador to France (TIME, April 15), had made a "generous gift" toward the construction of a $200,000 chapel in the south choir...

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