Describe Colossus Of Rhodes as Sham
TH Sedalia, Missour tu SEDALIA rT, Sund»lay DEMOCRAT Morning, December 6, 195S 13 Describe Colossus Of Rhodes as Sham Optimistic Over Nation's Economy LONDON ijfi The Colossus of NEW YORK — The new pres- Rhodes, one of the seven ancient ident of the National Association wonders of the world, was des- of Manufacturers, Harold C. Me- cribed by a British scientist last Clellan of Los Angeles, declared night as a hollow sham. Herbert today he is “optimistic about the Maryon 79-vear-old sculptor-arch- nations economy.‘ aeologist. told a mooting of thoi ..A„ ttu. 0>monts for favorable Society of Antiquaries the ^tanl|conditiojqs are present/’ he said, statue was: j..as jong as we in pusines.s do our L Too small to stand astride job and allow the government to the Harbor of Rhodes. j carry out its end.“ 2. Made of thin bron/e sheets McClellan, a paint manufacturer, iustead of solid bronze. Hast night became the first Pacific The statue, of the sun god Helios. <’<>ast businessman ever to be was the work of a sculptor named elected to head the NAM. He succeeds Charles Sligh Jr., of Grand Rapids, Mich. Chares, who spent 12 years on his masterpiece. It was erected in 280 R. C. An earthquake tumbled it 53 years later. Tlie storv handed down through one *oot on eac*» sl<*e harbor the years is that the statue stood «»trance, with enough tea ranee with a beacon in its hands and for shlPs 10 Pass underneath.