Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 10, 1952 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 10, 1952
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NMTHWIST AKANSAS TIMII, F«y*fttvlH*, Arkinin, Monday, Mtarefi 10, 1W J Column , »t HAL BOTLR pract have New York-(/P)-What kinf has I one of tfc* world's finest collections of covers from razor blade pjckages Why, King Farouk of Egypt. This fez-crowned, rotund nabob of the Nilp has won considerable Notoriety as. one of the last of the royal playboys. His romances, ractical jokes, and roulette losses made him one of the best known of modern monarchs. But little attention has been paid to the serious side of his nature, as reflected by his urge to collect things. Few know, for example, that Farouk has assembled probably the largest private coin collection in existence, -valued at several million dollars. It has never publicly exhibited a* yet. One of the few who have seen it is Hans M. F. Schulman, international dealer in Tare coins who often *does business with the Egyptian throne. A king may be no hero to his valet, but Farouk is one in the eyes of his coin dealer. , . "Anybody who collects co basically has a serious nature," said Schulman. "But King Farouk also is an ardent stamp and match book collector. He also collects arms and armour, books on Egypt and Mohammedanism, and the covers of raior blade packages." The variety of his interests might lead some to suspect he was not so much a collector as an accumulator -- sucr as the late Collyer brothers, who filled a Manhattan brownstonc with refuse ranging from new tin cans to old grand pianos. But Schulman, who has visited the king in his palace, says Farouk is a shrewd and active expert in his hobbies. "After finishing his affairs of state he sometimes retires alone to his room and works over his cgins and stamps until six o'clock in the morning." Schulman added. Like any enthusiastic amateur, Farouk likes to do' his collecting personally. An Amsterdam lady sent him some Dutch, match books rovers and hopefully asked if he had any Cairo match book covers in exchange. ' Instead of handing the matter over to a secretary, the king rounded them up and mailed them to her himself. "If you give him a coin as a present to add to his collection -- a coin worth maybe a dollar or less -- he is happier than a ichoolboy," Schulman-said. But Farouk knows values, and likes a bargain. "His collection of U. S. coins is'fantastic," Schulman remarked. '"The only coin he lacks is a very rare $5 gold piece minted in 1822. One sold several years ago in Baltimore for $14,500---the highest price ever paid for a coin anywhere. "Fai-ouk knew about it . but didn't bid on it" Schulman -was understandably ill at ease when he first called at the palace. The king noticed this at once and said: "Don't be nervous -- you're jus! meeting another customer." According to the coin dealer, Farouk enjoys poker, is a witty conversationalist, and keeps up to the minute on American politics and American slang. "if you ever talk about me on a television program," he said, "be sure and don't follow Dagmar --you won't be able to hold the audience." "Later, after dinner at nlng the $5,000 King Cotton | Handicap, touring the mile and 70 yard course in 1:40.3. This is one-tenth of a second better than the old, record set by Provocative March 4, 1050. 'In the fifth race, Mrs. Emil Doncmark's Kcd Curtice Covered five and a half furlongs in 1:04.4, to shatter a 45-year-old record of j 1:06.1 set by The Bear, March 21, 1907. NAIB Meet Opens; Tech To Play SW Texas Tuesday Kansas Clty.-Wj-Th'e National, intercollegiate. NAIB tournament I --the most rugged test in collegiate] basketball -- Begins a -'-J marathon today with a six-day special award of an Olympic playoffs berth awaiting the winner. The iNational Association of Intercollegiate Basketball's cham- pion'will meet the NCAA titlist .Cairo j n the first round ot Hie Olympi playoffs at. Kansas City March 28. The ultimate NAIB winner has a rough schedule. It will need five victories in one week to nab the title. The championship game will be nlayed Saturday night. Arkansas Tech, the representative from Arkansas, plays its first game against Southwest Texas Slate Tuesday morning. Tech posted a 19-1 mark in its conference play. SW Texas racked up a 25-0 season record in its loop. DOROTHY DIX -- CONTINUED FROM PAGE FOUB they established for their youngsters will ultimately come home to roost. If early training has not included consideration for adults. club, the king gave Schulman a silver cigarette case as a souvenir. He also had a present for Mrs. Schulman--a cigar ' "He has a real sense of humor," explained Schulman. Oaklatvn Season Moves To Third Week Of Racing ' Hot Springs, Ark.-(/P)-A field of three-year-olds representing some of the best known stables at Oaklawn Park took the spotlight today as the third week of the 1952 racing season opened. Twelve horses were entered in the featured five and a half furlong Pine Bluff purse race. ' 1 ( or onc 's superiors in authority Thomas Gray's Hill County, the , and age, such consideration will son of Count Fleet and Up The Hill, appeared the favorite. Others entered fo rthe race are Ruby Corrour, Trouble, Miss Zilt,- Isomur, Steamboat Bill, Goliad, Sky Tiger, A. N. Harlcy, Rolling Time, Courser and Cytchanwin. Two track records fell at Oak- awn Saturday. Henry Forrest's Our Kite scored an upset in win- not be forthcoming to the parent when the cihld himself has reached adulthood. Principles are the result of example and precept. To let a child acquire a reputation for rude behavior, back talk and rowdyism, is to stamp oneself as a disinterested, negligent and indolent parent. Not a very nice achievement, is it? J ell -"01 »*/**M»f Srtttttl D*frt*t* Sftrl . . . tor a Spring tonic . . . OUR PHENOMENAL Brass Lamp 80 Still A Few 'Left From Our Thursday Ad Our success with this outstanding Iqmp has been amazing. Our customers consider it such an excellent value that they have bought it in two's and four's. Solid brass base, very similar to illustration, with g o o d Parchment shade in Green and Wine. We have a limited quantity left from our last shipment. PLEASE MAIL TO NAME ADDRESS. Color: Green Q Wine Q , ChargeQ Enclosed $3.80, plus 30c postage and tax, $4.10. Our Short Coats are making fashion news this spring. More and more women are telling us that ours are the smartest coats they have seen. Imagine "being able to see such lines as Donnybrook, Lassie Maid, Not Green, Carolyn, Maurice and Dunwood all in one stop. From such a wide selection of coats, you can't help but find o smart new coat for spring. New and different fabrics such as Poodle Weave, Point-brush checks and other outstanding all wool weaves, make it an exciting chore ot find your new topper. $28.00 to $49.50 Our Smart Suits mean fashion at a price. Spring always means a new suit for ladies that are fashion minded. We've token painstaking care to have sizes to fit everyone in smart, different merchandise. The houses we buy from are the best, we think. You'll recognize labels such as Carolyn, Joselli, Nat Green, Gaynes, Robert Mann, Donnybrook and Miss Mayfair. If you like, hove your choice put on lay-away and make small payments at regular intervals. $39.50 to $89.50 V* "to* V" V"' '1A " 1A" i1fti»..fl FROM "SHELTON" AGAIN THIS JERSEY STROLLER Our First S/jijjmeut a Complete Sellout in 2 Days $£00 6 $12.98 Vol. We knew we had an outstanding value in our first shipment of this dress but we didn't know you'd fight for it as you did. We immediately tried to get a repeat shipment and luckily we succeeded. In new patterns and complete size ranges 12 to 20 and 141/2 to 22Vz. Remember, it's a washable, fast drying jersey dress in o basfc style that will take you everywhere. $12,98 value for only a small $6.00. LIMITED QUANTITY Because You Love Nice Things Va*i1?aaik GLOVES We honestly believe, at least we have made every effort to have the smartest gloves in town. From Van Raalte, we have these two styles pictured in such fashion colors as Silver Haze, White, Navy, Mauve, and Champagne.' The straped shorty at the far left has contrasting button-on cuff priced at only $2.95. The glove nearest, in 40 denier nylon--important fabric in gloves this tpring--hoi an over-lapping ruffled cuff. Priced ot only $2.00 NYLONS Season after season our best selling shades are by Mary Grey. The styling of these well known.nylons is unmatched. Their outstanding constructions for spring is their sheer 51 gauge with accented seams to sell at $1.50, Also, a best seller is their 60 Gauge 15 Denier stocking at $1.65. If you prefer high fashion, we have o 60 gauge stocking with dark heel, dark scams at $1.75. Remember, Mary Grey is one of the finest stockings made. We have four new shades for you to choose from. From BARSA BRUNCH LENGTH Terry Cloth ROBES OUR FIRST GROUP A SELLOUT $7 98 Sparkling white heavy duty terry makes this brunch length rob* much in demand, Our first shipment wtnt in a hurry and here's a repeat shipment in $izes 10-18, exactly as Illustrated, Wt also hove this robe in Red. Royal and Maize for $8.98.

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