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THE TINFOIL TIMES
oF THE coLD coAsr
THE M*NTHL, NE*,LETTER

vol.

28 NUMBER

rxiesunn cLuB, INc.

DECEMBER 2003

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carrots'
,odar-lbyob), rolls, green beans and
furnishing the main ,i.ut-airrr"r,
and
fruit
bring tlOJ iftttl" ti1." tauat appetizers'
Those anending are requestedto
to
uii,n6 at the last meeting are requested
,o
sign
not
did
who
Those
desserts.
a good
"p
so that the committee will have
you
call Gail at g6.,-ZgiS",
dish
side
what kind of
t
err" r" tt
idea of how much
"o*
"m There will be special prizes and
of food!
out
ran
we
year
Last
if
any.
are bringing,
dream up! NorE:
the etvei on the committee will
maybe gifts. who r.**r'*rt"t
"free table" or a
S67iO *a there will not be a
tt"
for
,old
ti"f."t,
U"
not
will
There
talltalestable.SaveyourfindsfortheJanuarymeeting.Allmembersplus
do not park
guests urr op".t!d to pav-$s. Please
but
fr".
url
childre,
and
sDouses
for carsio unload supplies' etc'
so that-ther" *iff
io front of the ,frU t
'oo'n
"*r"
io rrt" children's Place at Home safe'
Again this year;;r;-;rking fol{onati,o"r
cash
donations and gift checks and
(In West palm Beach.) There willbe
kids'
t" ifrlt *onderful place for homeless
are deductible. Please be generout

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THE GOTD COAST
TB,EASURE CLIIB, INC.
Founded in 1973 by Ted Rudd
President
Karen Larson
561-433-0821
Vice President
Richard Zabriskie
561-479-0469
Secretary
Stacey deLucia
561$87-2310
Treasurer
Gail Hoskins
561-967-2923
Huntmaster: Linda Bennett
561-791-7682
phone
Cell
561-3524068
Sales and raffle promoters
Jason and Jack Petenbrink
Photographer SteveHoskins
Librarian Cheryl Petenbrink
Hospitality Hostess Joy StClair
Audio equipment Erik Kristensen
Newsletter Jim Warnke
561-7324567 Fax 561 -Tg2-OgZT
E-mail: warnke@bellsouth.net
WEB SITE:
www. geocities. com/gctreasurecl ub/

CLUB MAILING ADDRESS:
oA Jim Wamke
617 Lakeside Harbor
Boynton Beach, FL 33435
Dues are $20 a year.
New members pay an initiation fee of gS
and $2A if joining between January lst
and the end June or $10 if joining between
Juty l"t and December ai"'.
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CHARD'S TIP OF THE MONTH
Belsure to go carnival grounds after the event has
clofed. The best place to look is around where the
seller's booth had been. Sometimes that booth
boards with cracks between them and coins are
when dropped and fall beneath the booth.

whv

folks clink glasses together when making a
? It started hundreds of years ago when
ren would touch their glasses and pour a little
from each glass into the other orr". It was to
insure that neither drink was poisoned.

$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

MEMBERS
BIJY ANp SEL!- COLUMN
TOM LOTITO
J.W Fishers Pulse 8X pro water detector. Litile
.,. used. lncludes carrying bag, stainless
hand
'scoop and a 10 inch new Biwie
Knife with
sheath. Cost $1000. Cash sale for $400. Also
collectible plates in mint condition from the
Bradford collection, including Rockwells, offered
for much less than cost. 561{i2T-2291
KEVIN REILLY
Full line of new and used detectors and also
scoops, cleaners, tumblers and books. gS4-9716 1 02. reillystreasuredgold.com
rtoreilly@aol.com
Low prices plus 10% discount to members.
TOM LIEBERMAN
Ready to serve your real estate needs.
561-852-7409
STAC_EY deLUClA
deLucia Consulting, lnc. professional grant
writing services. 561 €87-231 0
sdeLuc823@aol.com
MrTZt BEFGRUp
Need a mortgage? Buying a home? Want to
finance before the rates go up? Special rebate
of $250 to club members. Call us at: First United
Mortgage Group. Mitzi or John Early at 561 -ZgZ_
1992 or 561-790-3997

This column is for members onty. Why not
list your profession? Maybe members are
looking for a roofer, lawyer, poot
maintenance, a new car, appliances, home
services, etc. List vour ad he.re!

oooooo
HAP_PY

E{RTHpAY THrS MON1H TO:
MABLE CAPLINGER
SOPHIE PIETRUCHA
CAROLE PRESSLEIN
FRANCIS COFFIELD

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IF YOU COME TO A MEETING
AND IT IS YOUR BIRTHDAY
MONTH YOU WILL GET A GIFT
OF A SILVER QUARTER!

CLUES CONTEST
is a
Somewhere in Palm Beach Countythere
jar' Follow the clues, if you can'
hiOO"n
';;; if coinrrna
it vou will get a-$25 rewardl
t"u
CLUE NUMBER ONE

stand tall
Arms raised to their goddess, Praetorians
their feet are
und bounded. Marching to the sunrise'
grounded. Some show signs of thirst' but most
f"*fy
--*.'ufiUut
drownded. That marks the realm but not
the X, where this treasure may be founded'

CLUE NUMBER TWO

Entry is gained by manyapproaches, all are
difierent but mostly alike' The nearest is
twenty four steps, signed on the.back by Spike'
It'is numbered as the first, that increase
on a northerly hike. Thirty nine paces over
the ground andyou will find your lucky strike'

CLUE NUMBER THREE

Three towers rise from the ground to protect the.
offed
masses. Towers manned by stalwart mates,
*oo.a by comely young lasses' Mark their line
straight and true and the trail of many passes'
For her:e it lies awaiting you' Come find the buried
treasure caches'

TO
FACE VALUE OF COINS BROUGHT
2q03
rHE TALL TALES TABLE-IN

.leNUenv
FEBRUARY

MARCE
ApRIL
',JUNE
JULY

go to the following members who have donated items
recently to be used as hunt and door prizes:
John Presslien, Bob Weller, Tom Lotito
Richard Zabriskie and Joy StClair and many others
for thinking of the club needs!

Every day I live in fear and danger but

-,---.:ir-:-1'-:-ltT-Y:1-::--::y:*----.----Please bring you dues ($20) to GaiI

at the HolidaY PartY or mail them.
After all, that's onlY

about5centsadaY!

186.65
416.66
391.96
381'37
392.14
72.A6
639.55

'

N9VEMBER
ffiOn zoos

-.ss6'74

$4478.19

FOR THTI YEAR:
SILVER JEWELRY 236

GOLI} JEWELRY IO4
(All items displayed on the table must have been
found during the Past month')
There will not be a tall tales table at the Holiday
meeting'
ParW so save your finds for the January rt * :t'r * * x *
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YotrmaY
ABOUT HOLIDAY
.MA[L DELTVERY?
The Postrnaster Gerreral

Looking for a site-.
Si*" w-e no longer have the use of the ranch that
iom Dooley maniged we are looking for another site
have
* hur. planted hunts, picnics, .9tc' It should
for
Not
about an acre, some shadi and toilets nearby'
about
the public. Any ideas???? Let any oflicer know

SPECIAL TIIANKS!

687.24

AUGUST
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER

Detect the bootYfor a bountY
of two score andfive dollars'

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$753'96

armormcedhis Plans to shorten

longlines atthe Post Office'

Everyone wilibe required to
stand closer together'

snd you thought mfril is slow loday"""""
growine-pit
rr-i{gl mail dllivery between thethose
on Bisca
;;tt#;t on Lake-Worth and
a slow an{cum!1sory, ryi,1l':'fl
aI
Iti"iJurit*d stut*t Post oflice channels'
irttgypoluxo and Lantant a'u.u to ry:Tl
ilo*-*iftt
to the south' could take six weeks to
io
*139":
monttrs. The letter weot firsi !V.!oat.ang
by the Indian ver
;ilil*. Fro* there it traveled
t! by
rt**iUout to the railhead in Titusviltl an{
:da
;;.ir;;-N* York citY, where it was Placed

il;;;

to Havana- From Cuba the letter
Ii*tr"tt.A aboard a trading schooner to Mami'
steamer

-iiJi'ttt

ofEce strortened the trip to-three days
along
,trrtirrg the route of the Barefoot Mailman
beaches.

$frart Mclver ia Death in the Everglades

be

N AND JACK'S CORNER

It

DOOR PRIZES
Silver round, Joy StClair
Silver round, Hal Allen
Display case, Jim Warnke
wrench donated by Phil Keller, Howard
Rubright
ng display stand, Carol Petenbrink
Book on diving, John Presslien
MYSTERY PRTZE
one had a cigarette package on the tall
table to win the silver half dollar..
50/50 DRAWING
es Wilhelm took home $35 as his share
ofthe 50/50 drawing.

BIRTHI}AYS
The

wing members won a silver quarter
being present at the meeting in their
birthday month:
Tom Lotito
James Wilhelm
Dave Grix
Mitzi Bergrud
Carolyn Mize
Tom Lieberman
Les Batts

FFLE FOR DIAMONI} TESTER
Howard and Rose Rubright
CHALLENGE HUNT
Herring and Jason Petenbrink
completed Level I and Tom
Lieberman advanced to Level2.
Y BEST FINDS CONTEST
BEST GOLD
ring found by Tom Lieberman
BEST SILVER
A reale dug by Brian Guam
MOST UNUSUAL
A big iron "something" by Ernie Bouyoucas
BEST JI.INK
of a fishing reel, Bob Klinker

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THE NOYEMBER MEETING
The program was about learning something new! A
round table discussion was held concerning all kinds
of things about our hobby. What kind of detector to
buy, how to get the best deals, (never pay the retail
price) where to buy, such as going to a local dealer
like Kevin Reilly to get hands on advice, recovery
tips and many other ideas, especially for new comers.
The nominating committee gave their report and no
primary or runoff election was necessary! The
present officers will serve for another year and will
be sworn in at the Holiday Party Dec. l le. The club
thanks Kurt Herring for the refreshments and Guy
Bachmaun volunteered to bring them for the January
meeting. The members were reminded that the dues
($20) are due in December. Alyone not paying by
the end of January will be dropped from membership.

TREASURER'S REPORT
DECEMBER 1, 2OO3
K BALANCE
$s34.00
50.00
H ON HAND
AL
$e84.00
Payin:g your dues now sure helps!
A tip

THE JUPITER HUNT

was a beautiful sunny morning when 2l members
gathered at the Jupiter Inlet park on November 16e
for a wild and planted beach hunt. There were 763
keys planted and 14 of them were worth prizes. Only
35 keys were not_ found including one prize key.
Prizes were awarded by lining up in alphabetical
order of first name and t-hen se6cting a treasure box.
The big box went to our newest member, David
Morgenstern who borrowed one of Kurt Herringrs
machines. The treasure box had a hat with u n".k
protector, ice pick, 2004 calendar, club patch, poncho
and a silver coin set. The other 12 boxes held:
Pouch with l0 silver dimes, Stacey delucia
Pouch with a silver half Jack petenbrink
Gold plated silver dollar, Cheryl petenbrink
One ounce silver round, Joy StCtair
One ounce silver round, Steve Hoskins
Miniature coin set, Bob Dobski
Miniature coin set, Kurt Eerring
Atocha gold replicq Bob Klinker
Florida snowman, Carolyn Mize
Hand cleaning supplies, Les Batts
Silver dollar commemorating 911, Steve hoskins
Pin with carbiner clip, Bob Klinker
Bob Klinker also lucked out for the boobie prize
hura sirr- (not a reaf oner)

neXt yeaf...o.,...,.......,......,.
New Year's get out the check book and write
on the first 20 checks or so. It save a hassle
and continue to write 2003.

if

There are few things as powerful
it fastens itself on the mind

as treasure, once

Joseph Conrad


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