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THE MONTHLY NEWSLETTER OF THE GOLD COAST TREAS{]RE CLUB, INC.

VOL. 28 NLMBER

'tt*?[ixi'iil'iTiliE
BCH. GARDEN

10

OCTOtsER.2OO3

r..jo'im ijdt'oHHcb,*riiiH'd uiEti'iAiir"
'iiii'L'dEif
CLUB IN DREHER PARK IN WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA

ouR coDE oF

ETHTCS:

Have permigsion and do no

BOY SCOUT RESERVATION
TANAH KEETA
THIS HSUE IS BEING MAILED A LITTLE
EARLMR SO THAT ALL OF YOU WILL

HAYE THE INFORMATION IN TIME TO
PLA}I ON A HTJNT TO THE CAMP
oN ocroBER s, 2oo3 BEFORE OUR NEXT
MEETINi ON OCTOBER 9TE.
We will meet in the parking of the camp at 8 AM
Sunday, October 56- There will be a small charge by
the Scouts of $4 for each person" whether they are
hunting or not. Scout memorabili4 such as

neckerihief slides, award pins, etc. will be given to
the camp museum and the members can keep any
coins, eic. found. We have hunted this camp in the
fall before and there are always a huge number of
coins recovered that were lost by the boys during the
surlrmer camp sessions. The club will furnish cold
soft drinks. *e have to leave t}re camp by 2 PM so
bring a lunch if you wish. See directions to the
camp in the enclosed inserl

FACE VALUE OF COINS BROUGT{T TO
THF TA!-L rALES TABLE lN 2003
JAIYUARY
FEBRUARY

MARCE
APRIL
JUNE
JULY
AUGUST

s4PrpMBER. ,,.
fOfAf'
rOR THE YEAR:

$753.96
687.2s
186.65
416.66
391.96
381.37
392.14

,72.9f
$3282'00

SILVER JEWELRY I6t
GOLD JEWELRY 74
(All items displayed on the table must have been
found during the Past month.)

harml

I

THE OCTOBER MEETING
The program will be presented by our own
Bergrud, who is with the South Florida Chapter
-Gold
Prospectors Association of America- M
the
will talk about gold areas near Florida; de
panning techniques and how you can get started i
ihis luciative hobby. Yes, there is gold near Florida!
There are only f", chances iet to win the $1
"
diamond tester. The winner may be drawn at,
meeting! You do not have to'be present to winThe road we usually take into the Garden Club a
may be closed off for construction. If so, follow
signs to the Science Muszum and our meeting is
across from the Museum. Have you things that
too good to throw away but that someone else
use? Drop them offon the "free" tableThe President will be asking for some members to
as a nominating committee for the.officers for 2(
The election is at the November 136- meeting and
new offrsers take over at the annual Holiday party
December lls. Start thinking about ideas for
party now!

THE SEPTEMBER HUNT
Eleven members came for the hunt in a park i
It is a site for large fishing
picnic tables, campground,
playground,
with a
small store and the Lightsey Restaurant. There
many odds and ends found such as locks, tent stakt
knives, etc. Kufi Herring had the best find with
gold signet ring. Four $5 prizes were given out- I
coins: Richard Zabriskie, most dollar amount
best jewelry: Kurt Hering, least amount fou
Carol Coffrn. Everyone enjoyed the good food
Lightsey and afterwards some went to the local
Okeechobee.

markets and others headed home.

TXTE GOID COAST

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

MEMBERS
BUY AND SELL COLUMN

TB,EASIIRE CTIT8, I$9.

i*

1973 by Ted Ru&l
President
Karen Larson
561433-0821
Mce President
Richard Zabriskie
561-479-O,4ffi
Secretary
Stacey delucia
561$87-2310
Treasurer
Gail Hoskins
561-967-2923
Huntmaster: Linda Bennett

Founded

ffi1-791-7W2
Cell phone 561€52-4068
Sales anrJ raffle promoters
Jason and Jack Petenbrink
Photographer Steve Hoskins
Librarian Cheryl Petenbrink
Hospitality Hostess Joy StClair
Audio quipment Erik Krjstensen

Newsletter Jim W,amke

561-732-4s67 Fax561-7324377
E-mail: warnke@bellsouth.net
WEB SITE:
www- geocities.

corSdreasured ub#
CLUB MAILING ADDRESS:
% Jim Warnke
617 Lakeside Harbor
Boynton Beach, FL 33435
Dues arc $2O a

TOM LOTITO
J.W. Fishers Pulse 8X Pro water detector. Littte
used. lncludes carrying bag, stainless hand
scoop and a 10 inch new Bowie Knife with
sheath. Cost $1000. Cash sale for $400
561$27-2295
KEVIN REILLY
Full line of new and used detectors and also
scoops, cleaners, tumblers and books. 9#-971A2. reillystreasuredgold. com
rtoreilly@aol.coF
Lorr prices plus 10% discount to members.
TOM LIEBERMAN
Ready to serve your real esiate needs.
561-852-7409
STEVE HOSKINS
Cannon PC310 Copier $40. 561-967-2923

il

,

STAQEYSeLU_CIA

delucia Consulting, lnc. Professional grant
writing services. 561 €87-231 0
sdelue$23@ao-1. coF
JIM VVARNKE
30" airplane propeller clock. $20. Beautiful 18"
statue of a cowboy at a campfire. $50. Gator tail
sheath with machete. $50 561-7324567
MITZI BERGRUD
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 at561-7921992 or 561-790-3997

res.

lVewrnembers pay an initidian Ge of gS
and $2A if jdning hfi,neen Januxy 1$
anci tite and illrle x 910 ii jain*g betwe€n

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July 1 atfr Decemtur 31 * :F + * * * * * * * ** * ** * * ** * * ;t * * ** * * * r. * ** * t * * * * * *

OID YOU KNOW?
What is a woman's TAINT?

lt is that little part between her legs.
It taint in front and it taint in back.
What is a woman's YET?
An article said a woman was shot
and the bullet is in her yet.

This column is for members only. Why not
list your profession? Maybe memhers are
looking for a roofer, lawyer, pool
maintenance, a new car, appliances, home
services, etc, t!s'! yqur ad here!

FROM YOUR PKESIDENT
A "Welcome back" to our northem members who are
returning to the Gold Coast. It is always interesting to
see and hear about your finds from across the
country. Now that fall is here, and hopefully with the
weather getting cooler, we have some exciting hunts
scheduled. Stay tuned-and Happy Hunting!
Karen Karson.

THE SEPTEMBER MEETING

ANOTHER BIG HUNT
The Central Florida Metal Detecting Club has once
again invited us to join with them for a weekend hunt
ln old campground near Deland on October 18
and 19.
The price is $38 per person which includes a shared
cabin, two meals on Saturday and one meal on
Sunday. Bring your own sleeping gean and toilet
articles. Because of the distance (220 miles and
three and a half hours from West Palm Beach, most

*

of

those going will leave on Friday, stay ifl a motel and
have a dinner somewhere nearby.) These trips with
the Central Florida club are always a lot of fun with
prizes, garnes, lotto, efc. Our club has to let them
know well in advance how many of us are coming
' and spaces are limited! If you have not already
signed up please call Linda Bennett soon.
The $38 fee must be Paid in advance.
To get to the site: I-95 north and take Hy. 17 north
of Deland towards De[-eon Springs' Go through
Deleon Springs staying on 17 towards
Barberville. When you get to Barberville where
17 and Hy. 40 intersect there is a gas station
and a store on the southeast corner. We will
meet there and go to the campground at 9 AM.

HAP.PY BIRTHDAY TEIS MONTE TO:

KARL BENNETT
IRENE LOTITO
BERT SMITH
GAIL HOSKINS
EVA GORZKOWSKI
WAYNE DANIELS
BRIAN GUAM
KURT }IERRING
JAMES SMITH
./\,A./\,/\,A,/\,/\./\

n^nnn^,An^/\n^nnnnn^nnn

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

29 members and guests enjoyed a unique
interesting meeting. Guy Bachmann, who
the program, could not be at the meeting but two
his friends, Roger Fardink and Brice Scalley fil
in and told faspinating stories about the Semi
War battles and fo*s in our area and also Civil W
sites in north Florida. They arrived with many
and relics to display along with uniforms and t
many stories of the hardships the troops had fo
including our famous mosquitoes!
John McElroy was introduced as a guest and
described the books he has written about the
ships along our coast.and a new one coming out
November entitled Treasure Coast Gold. He do
one for a door prize. He has a web site:
treasurecoastmysteries. com

The club thanks Karen Larson for bringing
refreshments and Tom Lieberman volunteered
the duty next month. New members Janice DiPa
and Bob Klinker were welcompd. We still have
few club T-shirts at $15, club pens with our name
them for $4 and just a couple ofclub patches left
$5 each.
Do these true,slories i4soire vou?
Pembroke Pines, FL A city maintenance
was astounded to see $20,500 worth of bond
traveler's checks and cashier's checks fall from a pi
of trash he was dumping. He took the trove to
boss who then called the owner. She said her I
husband apparently had hidden the items in a ti
bottom of a kitchen cabinet without telling her.
she remodeled her kitchen the old cabinet ended up
the trash truck.
West Palm Beach, f'L A woman hid her jewe
including a pearl necklace and a diamond broach
an old boot. She later donated the old boots to a
charity that sold them to an unknown buyer. She
an ad in ihe paper but the items were not recovered.
Fort Lauderdale, FL Workmen using a bul
were razing an old apartment building when the
struck a planter on the front porch and $2500 of
silver dollars, quarters and dimes poured out.
owner said he had no idea who hid the money
allowed the workers to keep it.
Manistee, MI Over $900 in old large type
was found in the overhead rafters in an attic of a
year old home. The money was stashed in a large
rusty lard can.
Washington, PA A 90 year old recluse, whose
service had been cut offtwo years before, was fou
fully clad in his bed frozen to death. After a
authorities discovered $180,000 in cash hidden in
unlocked safe, a steel box under the bed and ano
steel box under the sofa.

JASON A}{D JACK'S CORNER
DOOR PRIZES
Display case: Ed Weston
I oz. silver round: Ernie Bouyoucas
2004 Calendar: Ernie Bouyoucas
Picture flame: Jarnes Wiihelm
Treasure book: Tom Lieberman
Jar of honey: Mitzi Bergrud
ew books about the Treasure Gurt by guest
Par:l McElroy: Karen Larson

II{YSTERY PRIZE
A silver half dollar was won by Ernie
Couyoucas for bringing a bolt
to the tall tales table.
50/50 DRAWING
Carol Coffin took home $1g as her share
ofthe 50/50 drawing.

MONTHLY BEST FINDS
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 dope by the members
during the break. Any ties wi[ b€ broken by either the
huntmaster or a designated iepresentative if the
huntmaster has an item that is competing.,Winners
will get a silver half dollar. Alsq, there *lU Ue 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 yojr finds! Only the
huntmaster will know tha-t fourth category pnd thus
will not be eligible to enter.

FINDS OF THE MONTH

EM,TEI}AYS

BEST GOLD
Erik Kristensen with a gold bracelet
with gold ring charms.
BEST SILVER
Erik Kristensen with a silver skull ring
MOST UNUST]AL
Tom Lieberman with a'tea making
drinking straw."
THE ODD BALL CATEGORY WEICH
CEANGES EVERY MONTH
BEST I(EY

following members won a silver quarter
for being present at the meeting in tireir
re

birthday month:
Sam Frost
Ernie Bouyoucas
(Can somethiag be done about Emie
winning so much?)

otIlES CotflffiT
in Palm Beach County there is a
coin jar. Follow the clues, if you can,
d if you find it you will got a $2S rewardl
CI.UE IIUUBEB OITE
raised to their goddess, Praetorians stand tall
bounded. Marching to the sunrise, their feet are
ly grounded. Some show signs ofthirst, but most
all but drownded. That marks the realm but not
the X, where this treasure may be turded.

guys are ciriving cross-country, each from a
di brent state: Idaho, Nebraska, Florida and New
Y
Shortly after the trip begins, the man from
Id
starts pulling potatoes from his bag and
them out the window. "What are you
doi ?" asked the man &om Nebraska. ',We have so
of these things in Idaho I'm sick of looking at
!" So the guy from Nebraska begins pulling ears
of rrn from his bag and tkowing them out the
. The Floridian asks, "What are you doing
for?" "We have so many of these things in
rask4 I'm sick of looking at theml" Inspired, the
from Florida opens the car door and pushes the
Yorker out.

,***ro#ffi *l'J*"XHl-o,o-,
TREASURER'S REPORT,
ocToBER 1, 2003
BANK BALANCE
$674.e0
3q.00
CASH ON HAND
TOTAL
$704.90

Quolcs to think about.......
A government which robs Peterto pay Paul can
always depend on the support ofPaul.
George Bernard Shaw

make jokes. I just watch the government and
report the facts Will Rogers
No man's life, liberty, or property are safe while the
legislature is in sessiorl MarkTwain
The government is like a baby's alimentary canal,
with a happy app€tite on one end and no
responsibility at the other. Ronald Reagan

I don't

We contend that for a nation to try to tax itself into
prosperity is like a man standing in a bucket and
trying to lift himself by the handle. l4/inston Churchill


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