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THE TINFOIL TIMES
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THE MONTHLY NEI|ISLETTER OF THE EOTO COAST TREASURE CL(IB, INC.
JA}IUARY 2OO4
VOL.29 NUMBER 1

"TiiHiiEii'lriEEfiLG'WiL[ ei: AT r;itiHilt iArtiiARV'dth'Ai't']iHWESf HALM-BEACH. GARDEN CLUB IN DREHER PARK IN WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
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May atl your treasures

in

2004

Please read frrst....

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out or72 have
paid their dues for 2W4l If you have not alteady
done so, please-send your check made out for $20 to
*Gold Coast Treasure Club" to Gail Hoskins, 206
the
Russell Dr., Lake Worttr, FL 33461. Our by-laws
state that any member who has not paid their dues by
January 31s. is no longer a member and would have
to pay the $5 initiation fee. to ro'join. OR you can
bring your dues to the Jan. 8'. meeting!

THE JANUARY HUNT
euly birds get tle treamre!!!
We will meet on January 116. at 5 AI\d in Lake
Worth in ttre Palm Springs Shopping Plaza at 10ft.
The

Ave. North and Congress and then convoy to Miami.
If you want to meet the Soup in Miami we will park
and meet at Ocean Drive and 10th. Street by 6:30
AM. Go I.95 south to 395 East and that road will end
at Ocean Drive. Note: You do not have to pay for
parliag until 9AJvI and then it is a quarter for every
15 minutes, so bring quarters. This beach has become
a noied spot for exceilent finds and we don't think
you will be disappointed AI'{D we will be there
before the tourists!. There will be details at the
meeting and a sign up sheet. If you can't make the
meeting and have questions call huntmaster Linda at
79r-7682

.

The -U,S. one-cent coin is 0.748031 inches in

diameter (less than three-quarterc of an inch) and
weighs 0.0881849 ounces.
r The composition of the penny is 97.5 percent zinc
and 2.5 percent copper.
o There have been 11 different designs fieatured on
the penny.
o The U.S. Mint produces more than 13 blllion pennies
annually.

be made of love and happinesslll
From your president.......-..---..
What a wonierful time of the yeax to live in Flori
and not have to "put up your detecto/' because o
frozen ground, freezing temperatures and snow that i
knee dJep. How fortunate we are to be a member
the Gold Coast Treasure Club here in the Sunshi
State! Please ry to come to our monthly hunts' Y

weather. HappyNew Year and happy hunting!
Karen

FACE VALUE OF COINS BROUGHT T
THE TALL TALES TABI-E lN 2oq3

toffiron zoos

$4478'1e

FORTHE YEAR:
SILVER JIWELRY 236

oto you

KNOtl,.|?

Statistics from the US Mint
show that there is more than
$8 billion in loose change sitting
idle in people's homes and that
the average American will handle
$600 worth of loose change in a year.
(ln}O}2the Mint produced 28 billion cot

THE GOI.D COAST
IRFdSIIRE Cf,IIB, INC.
FouMed in t9T3 by Ted Ru&
President
Karen Larson
561-433{821
Vice President
Richard Zabriskie
561479_0469
Secretary
Stacey delucia
561€€7_2310
Treasurer
Gail Hoskins
561-S7-2923
Huntmaster: Linda Bennett
561-791 -7682
phone
Cell
561-3524068
Sales ard raffle promoters
Jason and Jad< petenbrink
Photographer Steve Hoskins
Librarian Cheryl petmbrink
Hospitality Hostess Joy StClair
Audio equipment Erik l(ristensen
Newsletter Jim Wamke
Fax 561-7g2qgT|
E-mail: warnke@bellsouth. net

561-7324ffiT

WEB SITE:
wmr.geocities.mnUgctreasureduU

CLUB MAILING ADDRESS:
% Jim Wamke
617 Lakeside Harbor
Boynton Beach, FL 33435
Dues ae $20 a yex.

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are more than 130 billlon one-cent coins
its beginning, the U.S. t4lnt has produced
than 288.7 billion pennies. Uned up edge to
these pennies would circle the earth 132
average penny lasts 25 years.
a penny is worth more than a penny. If
think you're seeing double, save that coin. A
penny has a "double-die date.n In uncirculated

-- not a blemish on it -- it's worth about
7,AOA. Even in less than perfect condltion it,ll

your bank account to the tune of g570.

THE DECEMBER HOLIDAY PARTY!

And what a party it was. There were at least 52
members and guests present for one of the best
parties
the club has had for years! The new officers
.
for 2004 took office and they were the same ones
who guided us through a ,rry successful 2003.
'lPonations were gath€ied for the childrens place at
Home Safe for the eighth consecutive year and this
year $332 was sent to that very worthy
charity. A
luppy birthday quarter was pie.ented to Carole
Presslein for being present in her birthday *onit.
Special awards were given out for The Treasure
Hunter of the year: First place, Erik trfuistensen,
Second place to Cheryl peienbrinh Third place
to
Dorothy Mitls and fourth place to Tom Liebirman.
The tables were decorated with gold coin chocolaies,
sp_ecial candles,

candy canes, Hersheys kisses, old
place
mats and many other festiv" itrrr,
llThe.ryp
food supply was enonnous, hara tu k%-;
Christmas cakg punch and a slew of side dishes.
trto
on€ went away hungry! Everyone got a free door
prize ticket for center pieces, u iuge Christmas
wreatlL poinsettias plus other items too numerous to
mention. Everybody won something! Special thanks
go to the Holiday Committee *.ro-b.rr, Linda
Bennett, Karen Larson, Mitzi Bergrud, and GaiI

and Steve Hoskins. Also the ctuU thanks the
following members who donated decorations
and
door p"i-es: Cheryl petenbrink for the Uig wreath
Karen Larson for the poinsettias, Linda Bennett
foi
the center pieces, Joy StClair foi handmade Uags
of
candy, Gail Hoskins for table cloths and -Jim
IVarnke for the place mats. AIso a round of apptause
goes to all of those members who arriveO
iarty to
help decorating and getting the room in a festive
mood! If Ye Editor left someone out he apologizes!
The committee had special hand towels maie rvith
the club logo and towards the end of the ;r.;;;
these were given to those present who had
beei
members the longest in honor of the club,s
306.
anniversary. Tom Lotito and Jim Warnke joined
years ago and others, too many to lisq
were
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also
honored with the special gift towels. It was
a

gala evening for all!

I want to thank the club for the special recognition
given to me at the Holiday Party for rny service as
your huntmaster these past years. The combination
TV, radio and lantern will be put to good use for tips
but hopefully not for hurricanes! f will be sure io
bring it to hunts that conflicf with sporting events.
Again, a big thanks! Linda Benneff

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CLUES CONTEST
in Palm Beach County there is a
coin jar. Follow the clues, if you can,
if you find it you will get a $25 rewardl

CI,UE NUMBER ONE
raised to their goddess, Praetorians stand tall
bounded. lt4arching to the sunrise, their feet are
grounded. Some show signs of thirst, but most
all but drovrnded. That marks the realm but not
the { where this treasure may be founded.

CLUE NUMBER TWO
Entry is gained by many approaches, all are
different but mostly alike. The nearest is
twenty four stepq signed on the back by Spike.
It is numbered as the first, that increase
on a northerly hike. Thirty nine paces over
the ground and you will find your lucky strike.

THE JANUARY MEETING
Our pro$am for the Janudry meetinf will be
,

presented by the renowned autlror
of treaiure related

books, paul McEIroy. His titles inclui;'i;r-;;;
Coalt
lrchiqelago and Treasure Cwst Gold whrch
are both set in our area. He will
have books availaUte
for sale at a discount toclub ,""*Uo, u.ra,;;;;;
autograph them. For further information you
can visit

his web site at treasurecoastmysteries.com.
We will resume the.tall tales iable, the
50/50

drawing
and the "free table,, for those things
too valuable to
tEo* away but that some other ilemte, mighr be
able to use. (no spouses) This is a meeting
yor-*on t
want to miss!

Cheryl Petenbrink will try to stump you with the
Mystery prize and Guy Bachmann- volunteered to
brings the refreshments.

CLUE NUMBER THREE
towers rise from the ground to protect the
. Towers manned by stalwart mates, offed
by comely young lasses. Mark their line
straight and true and the trail of many passes.
r here it lies awaiting you. Come find the buried
treasure caches.

CLUE NUMBER FOUR

Detect the bootyfor a bounty

!: ::::y! !::!! ::,:

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MEMBERS
BUY ANp SELL 9OLUMN

KEVIN REILLY offers a complete line of new
and used detectors and also scoops, cleaners,
tumblers and books . *il-g7 1 -6102.
rei lystreasuredgold. com rtorei lly@ao.l. com
Low prices plus 10% discount to members.
TOM LIEBERMAN
Ready to serve your real estate needs.
561-852-7409
STACEY deLUCIA
deLucia Consulting, lnc. Professional grant
writing services. 561 €87-231 0
sdeluc823@aol.com
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
iJloftgage Group. Mitzi or John Early at 561-7g2I

Them's all the clues,
now f've pointed the way.
If you still can't find it,
well, it's almost ('O" .(K,,
: : : : : =:

$$$$$$$$$sssssssss$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

:

EAPPY BIRTHDAY THIS MONTE Tg:

DON CAPLINGER
WAYNE STEPI{ENS
IRV SMTH
JERRYFE]-,TON

I{AL ALLEN
ROSE RUBRIGHT

SHEILA MEGABOW
GERALDINE
FROST
GARY COOK
JACK PETENBRINK
PHIL KELLER
ED WESTON
JOSEPHRICHruSO

NINA SMTH
IF YOU COME TO A MEETING
AND IT IS YOUR BIRTHDAY
MONTH YOU W|LL GET A GIFT
OF A SILVER QUARTER!

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19920i561-79b€997

This column is for membenr only. Why not
list your profession? Maybe members are
looking for a roofer, lawyer, pool
maintenance, a new car, appliances, home
services, etc. !!g!your ad herel

I
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An average of 1,040 pennies are produced every
second, adding up to 30 million a day.
During lts early penny-making years, the U.S. Mint
was so shoft on copper that it accepted copper

utensils, nails and scrap ffom the public to melt
down for the colns.


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