The huge cast stone faces were lifted into place in November. Deceptive in size as a result of heighth the faces are nearly 15 feet square and the clock hands approximately six feet in length. Dedication plans were set for Tuesday, Dec. 14, 1971, at 12:00 noon. Engineers from Schulmeric were on the job by December 1st to complete the complex wiring of the intricate carillon system to the console controls and automatic roll playing device located in the base of the tower. The first public sounds of the bells were heard on December 13th, during preliminary testing and on the following day dedication ceremonies were held despite blustery weather and continuing masonry work on the plaza portion of the tower.