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JASON A}ID JACK'S CORNER
DOOR PRIZES
Cheryl Petenbrink an electrolysis cleaner
and a silver round.
Linda Benne'ri. a treasure hunting book.
Irene Lotito a 1000 year old coin.
Tom Liebennan a 3 loupe magnifier
MY"STERY PRTZE
Tom Lieberman won a silver half dollar
For bringing a AA battery
to the tall tales table.

DRAWING
Irv Smith took home $33 as his share
5O/:'O

of the pot.

BIRTHDAYS
following r*embers won a silver quarter
for being present at the meeting in their

he

birthday month:
Irv Smith
Geraldine Frost
Ja;k Petenbrink
Phil Keller
nder: Finds brought to the tall tales table must
ve been recovered within the past 30 days.
The g rat}le drawing was held for the one ounce
silv disk and it was won by Hal Allen. Hal was not
able ,o be at the meeting to receive it as his father
died he day before the meeting. The club extends our
sympathy to Hal for his loss and he is in our
pra
and thoughts.
An
ard of appreciation was issued to John Labota

for

ding and returning a goid bracelet to its'

THE CIIALLENGE COI\TEST
The five challenge levels were presented at' the

January meeting. This is a voluntary participation. If
you complete all levels in a year's time period you
will get a special prtze award. Items have to be
brought to the Tall Taies table and shown to either
Linda Bennett orRichard Zabriski for credit. An item
can only be counted for one level. You can work on
multiple levels but can only complete and receive a
certificate and a prrze in ascending order. The
huntmaster has the final decision.
Ail levels will receive a prize and a certificate.
Level 1. Indian Head penny
Level2: Silver dime
Level3: Silver quarter
Level4: Silver half dollar

Level 5: Silver dollar
There was a typographical error on the list passed
out. Leve! 2, item 10 should have heen a large silver
ring instead of a small gold ring.
What is the difference between a
sewing machine and a braless
girl jogging? The sewing machine
only has one bobbin.

CORRBCTION!
The first page of this issue had already been printed
so please note a change for the last paragraph of the
article about the Feb. meeting. The volunteer who
brings the sodas for the refreshment break should
also bring a couple of bags of ice. Also, we don't
have any utensils for food s0 please don't bring any.

. John couldn't be at the meeting so perhaps he

A comment from a member.........

it in February.

oo@@oooo@ooo
PY BIRTIIDAY THIS MONTH TO:
ERIK KRISTENSEN
TED RLIDD
LdARTLYN SMTH
TOM DOOLEY
MICHELE WOLFMI-IELLER
C}MRYL PETENBRINK
zuCK GRAY
DAVID HOYT
STUART OLGILYIE
ALEX COFFIELD
A-An,.\ n,/\,/\.i\n n /\n

nn,Ann n/\n nnnn

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

I noticed in the recent survey that one member said
that the "newsletter should be much more
professional." Jim Warnke, our editor, has been a
professional writer for 35 years and has written 7

successful books. (See

the March issue of

Western/Eastern Treasure magazine.) He is the past
president and now chairman of the 250 member
Florida Outdoor Writers Association. When asked
about the "professional" comment he said. "Why?
This is an easygoing, fun loving club and that's the
way I put together the newsletter. 'nufIsaid."

Grandmas and Grandpas
are antique little
girls and boys.
The University of tvfiami is not in Miami
It is in Coral Gables.