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THE TINFOIL TIMES
THE MONTHLY NEWSLETTER OF THE GOLD COAST TREASURE CLUB, INC.

VOL. 28 NUMBER
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J{.ri'{E 2003

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NExT'rrliEEniid $fiLi-'dE'ii7i3o'iiit'iuiiH'iI'HritrHE'i,iESTFllifi"'
BEI\CH GARDEN CLUB IN DREHER PARK IN WEST PALTTII BEACH, FLORIDA
OUR CODE OF ETHICS.'flaye permission and do no harm!

THE MAY MEETING

members arrd guests enjoyed a mixture of
programs of interest to ail. Dave Grix, a member and
profession fisherman gave an insight abcut tides and
how they affect our searches of the beaches. Some
hints he gave included that the best time to hunt a
beach in the shailows was two hours before low tide,
watch for washouts and gullies because that"s where
the rings and goodies collect and be sure to wear
some sort of footwear so the sting rays don't getcha!
During the break members headed outside for a test
hunt put on by Richard. He had ten pieces of paper
with different items pasted to the other side and those
who brought their detectors tried to identify what was
hidden. Only twa or three hunters came close because
a quarter might be combined with a pulltab, etc. It
showed everyone not to be fooled sometimes by what

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the detector indicated.

The club thanked Cheryl Petenbrink for bringing
the sodas and Gail Hoskins volunteered for next
month. The members also thanked Irene Lotito for
donating a jar of foreign coins to be sent out west for
handicapped children's hunt. Bob Grubb held an
impromptu auction of a secret object to benefit the
treasury. Kurt Herring bid the final $5 and found
out that he won a 1977 "Pro" detector that still works.
The club welcomed Kurt Herring and Steve Early
as new members.

Awards were given to Tom Lieberman for returning
Erik Kristensen for returning a
silver ring to it's owner.

a lost cell phone and

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TREASURET;?ft:'o*'

BANK BAILANCE
CASH ON HAND
TOTAL

$877.s0
50.00
$e27.90

THE JUNE MEETII{G
The program for this meeting is YOU the memb
We are going to have a round table discussion wi
our chairs placed in a circle and cover a variety
treasure hunting subjects. What are your experien
that could help other members? What tips do
have? Questions about detectors? If you are new
the hobby how can we help you? Bring y
detectors if you need help solving a problem.
will be papers handed out regarding Florida Sta
253.12 laws about hunting the beaches in front
private property and your rights. This meeting will
of help to alll

At this and future meetings there will

knowledgeable members on hand outside of
meeting room about 6:30 PM or so to act as mento
to try and solve any problems you might be havi
with your machine. Bring it along and ask! There
a few chances left on the $125 diamond tester
bring your $5 and sign up for this valuable prize!
drawing may take place at this meeting and you
not have to be present to win. Don't forget to bri
all of your finds since the last meeting to the tall
table. Lincla lvill lmve a special category at the
of the month contest.

FACE VALUE OF COINS BROUGHT T
THE TALL TALES TABLE IN 2OO3
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL

s7s3.96
687.20
186.65
416.66
3e1.e6
$2436.43

JUNE

TOTAL
SILYER JEWELRY
GOLD JEWELRY

115
56

(All items displayed on the table must have been
found during the past month.)
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THE GOTD OOAST
TREASIIRE CTIIB, BTC.

MEMBERS
BUY AND SELL COLUMN

Founded in 1973 by Ted Rudd
President
Karen Larson
561433-0821
Vice President
Richard Zabriskie
561-479-0469
Secretary
Stacey delucia
561S87-2310
Treasurer
Gail Hoskins
561-967-2923
Huntrnaster: Linda Bennett
561-791-7682
phone
Cell
561 -352-4068
Sales and raffle promoters
Jason and Jack Petenbrink
Photographer Steve Hoskins
Librarian Cheryl Petenbrink
Hospitality Hostess Joy StClair
Audio equipment Erik Kristensen

TOM LO-TITO
J.W, Fishers Pulse 8X pro water detector. Litile
used. Cost $1000. Cash sale for $400
s61{.27-2295
KEVIN REILLY
Full line of new and used detectors and also
scoops, cleaners, tumblers and books. gS4_971_
61 02. reillystreasuredgold. com
rtoreillv@aol.com
Low prices plus 10% discount to members.
TOM LIEBERMAN
Ready to serve your real estate needs.
561-852-7409
STEVE HOSKINS
Cannon PC310 Copier $40. 561-967-2923.
Fish camp, Buckhead Ridge near Okeechobee
City, Florida. $40,000.
STACEY deLUClA
deLucia Consulting, lnc. professionat grant
writing services. SO1 S87-231 0
s4eLuc823@aol.com
JIM WARNKE
30" airplane propeller clock. $20. Historic Beam
bottle of 1904.100 digit dial telephone,, FULL
never opened with originalWisconsin liquor
seal. Very rare. $100. Beautiful 18,, statue of a
cowboy at a campfire. $S0. 73 Barbie dolls plus
7 large ones ph.rs many accessories $60
561-732-4567

Newsletter Jim Warnke
561-732-4567 trFax 561 -232-0377
E-mail: warnke@bellsouth.net
WEB SITE:
www. geocities. comigctreasureclubl

CLUB MAILING ADDRESS:
o/o
Jim Warnke
617 Lakeside Harbor
Boynton Beach, FL 33435

This column is for members only. Why not
list your profession? Maybe membersare
looking for a roofer, lawyer, pool

Dues are $20 a year.
New mernbers pay an initiation fee of $S

and $20 it joining between January tst
and the end June or $10 if joining between

maintenance, a new car, appliances, home
senrices, etc. !-ist vour ad here!

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EAVE THIS SIGN POSTED IN ALL PARKS?

DETECTORIST
CROSSING

DIO YOU KNOW?
Why women can't put on
mascara with their mouths closed?
Why you can't sneeze with
your eyes open?
Why Noah didn't swat those
two mosquitoes?
Some of the oldtimers in the club

will remember
Agnes and. Bob Alberghini. Agnes passed away
on May 3'd. at the age of 79. We ao not t ave any
information about whether Bob is still with us.

JASON AND JACK'S CORI\ER

MOI\THLY BEST FINDS

DOOR PRTZES
Dwight Monis a silver bar
Warren Megibow a pendant made of silver from

The categories are Best Silver, Best Gold and Most
Unusual. Each member can enter one item per
category. The item will have to have been found since
the last meeting. Voting will be done by the members
during the break. Any ties will be broken by either the
huntmaster or a designated representative ifthe
huntmaster has an item that is competing. Winners
will get a silver half dollar. Also, there will be a fourth
category that will be announced at the beginning of
the meeting. This category will change every month
so be sure to bring all of your finds! Only the
huntmaster will know that fourth category and thus
will not be eligible to enter.
TI{E MAY WINNERS:
Best gold: Richard Zabriskie, ring
Best silver: Sher_vl Petenbrink, bracelet
Most unusual: Dorothy Mills, a Yin Yang "coin."
Best token: Karen Larson, Malibu

the Atocha
Warren again but he graciously declined and
Jim Warnke got the electrolysis kit.
Dave Grix musket balls.

MYSTERY PRIZE
Tom Lieberman had a buckle on the tall tales
table and won the silver half dollar.
50/50 DRAWING
Richard Zabriskie took home $31 as his share of
50/50 drawing.

BIRTHDAYS
The following members won a silver quarter
for being present at the meeting in their
birthriay month:
Barbara Dobski
Iohn Lobota

A reminder: finds brought to the tall tales table
have been recovered within the past 30 days.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY THIS MONTE TO:
ROY VAN HUSEN
A}IITA SI{EMO
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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!

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would like to get stories for this newsletter from
members that would interest all. Adventures, funny
things. etc. Here is one from my past:
My wife and I were traveling in the Northeastern
states a few years ago and visited Fort Ticonderoga
which was captured by the Green Mountain Boys
during the Revolutionary War. Along the small road
leading up to the Fort I could see many old trenches
and breastworks back in the woods that must be fuIl
of artifacts from the war. We toured the site at the
top, looked at the canflons, etc. I asked the oflicial in
charge if it would be possible for a metal detecting
group to come in and recover artifacts for the
museum. He said, "No way, this is all PRIVATE
property and the owners do their own searching!"
And I thought it was a National Park. The same thing
happened at Jefferson's home Monticello. That's
private

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from Jim Warnke

HOW DO YOU PRONOTINCE "GHOTI"
gh as in laugh (f). o as in women (i),
ti as in nation (sh) that's right, FISH!

100%

1000 fure

24 kar-at

91.7%

917 fiue

22 kalat

i75.0%

750 fine

18 karat

i58.3%

583 frne

l4 karat

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416 fine
= l0 karat*
*The minimum amourt of gold that a produot cal be composed of
auti oarry tire iabei "gold", according to the U.S, i]ederai Trade
Comrnission "Guides to the Jewehy Indusfiry."

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1.097 ordinary

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1000 hoy orulces
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32.15 troy
32,151 tloy

avoirdupois (ordin:ry) ounce

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1 avoildupois (ordinary) pouud

14.58 lroy

THE MAY HUFIT
14 members gathered on May 18tr, in Indiantown to explore that historical city. A brief
history of the area and a map were given out and the group split up to hunt the town for
the next 3 hours. They met back at Kiwanis Park to total up the finds for prizes. Harry
Somrners found the most coins (52) and also found a great variety of items such as two
gold(?) rings (one with a stone that tested negative for a diamond), one silver ring, a
Craftsman wrench, two drill bits and a coin from Bermuda. Erik Kristensen found the
most money ($3.40) using his new detector. $5 cash prizes were given to Stacey delucia
for the best toy (a Matchbox car), Dorothy Mills for the most unusual (a finial cross) and
Bob Dobski for the oldest coin. (a 1970 nickel) Gail Iloskins won a prize for her efforts
at swinging a coil after returning from a three month hiatus due to her right arm pain.
A-fter going to a local cafe for lunch ten members decided to stay and hunt sorns more.
More money was found but no older coins or relics after another two hours of searching a
carnivai area, the clld railroad station and the site of an abandoned trailer park. Evervone
agreed that this area has the potential for more searching and the group would like to
come back after the weather gets cooler.

This newsletter is being sent out early because the June 8th. hunt comes before our
meeting on June 12ft" If you are going to the Eollywood Beach hunt and have not
signed up call Linda at 561-791-7682 bv June 5m.!!

THE JTJNE HU]\T
Our club is sponsoring a joint hunt with the South Florida Treasure Hunters Club on
Sunday, June 8ft. at 8AM until 2PM at Hollywood Beach. This is a "wild" hunt and there
will be prizes. There is no entry fee but there is paid parking. Our club will furnish the
meat, drinks, ice and eating and drinking utensils. Everyone from both clubs is expected
to bring some kind of a side dish. To get there take exit 21, Sheridan St., from I-95 and
go east on Sheridan 2.9 miles. Then go south on Ocean Drive 0.8 miles to Connecticut.
Master Meter Parking lot is on Ocean Drive between Connecticut and Garfield St. The
gazebo meeting place is right on the beach in front of the parking lot. As usual, if you get
lost call Linda on her cell phone at 561-352-4068.

Now hear thisl!!!!
The South Florida club newsletter arrived at press time and in the story about this hunt
they actually said this about otr club: "they have a weird idea that they will fine more
goodies than our group!" They call their newsletter the Pulltab Express which is a good
name because that's all our club will leave for them!

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