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THE TINFOIL TIMES
GOLD COAST TREASARE CLAB' INC'
THE MONTHLY NEWSLETTER OF THE

RIL 2AAz
NUMBER 4
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THE APRIL MEETING

TIIE MARCH MEETING

great evening' Bob
39 members and guests enjoyed a
W"tt"t, who hasLen a member for many years' is a
professional salvager who has brought to the surfac€
past
itou*r,Or of dollars in gold and silver during the
u!9lt
talk
four decades. He gaYe a very interesting
nit experiJnces and also gaYe areview of his
read for
"f
new booh Gilteon Alley, which is a must
interested in tlre wrecks of the Spanish
g"if""* just off our beaches' He also talked about
beaches wbere the ancient coins have

*ie

-yo".
in ,uti*

beenwithmetaldetectors.(fyouwantacopyofthe
book contact Bob at 561-588-2903')

The second part
Chinese

of the meeting was otu

Auciion About a

annual

hundred item's were

to the tables and just about everyone bad a
(It was
succJssful bid on something they wanted'
suggested but no one brought a spouse P F
off.) This year's auction retted $167 for the

ilgh,

""iii."J
club treasury.

a
Bob Dobsli received a special award for returning
club
The
p"it prescription glasses to *:y. owner'
"f
with our logo ($ts; ad club patcbes
iitt tr"-r_shirts
($5) for sale. See Gail at the rneetings'

FACE VALUE OF COINS BROUGHT TO

-.

s75r.63

DEC. AND JAN.

SU,WN JEWELRY 3t

GOLD JEWELRY 9
TEBRUABY
t4
SILYER

GOLD
MARCH

25
$4E3'47

SNVBN JEWELRY 27
GOLD JEWELRY E

ioral zooz
cotn

m

$6E6.0E

SILVER

79

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$1921'18

special program has been arranged' Ms' Chery
Houghtetin, Eiecutive Director of the Patm Beacl
Historical Society, will talk about the
forgotten history of our area and how it is
preserved. AND a big and small raffle- will be stated
The big one is for a solid t4kt- gold detector
with chances at $5 eactr- The srnallsl sne is for
Tiny Tec pin pointer donated by Richard
The tickets foi this one will be one buck or six for
portrait of Lincoln biU- This drawing will be at
meeting no nratter how many tickets are sold'
Do you want to be a member of the Federation
Metal Detecting and Arcbaeology Clubs? If so,
will be the tast chance to sign up with a payment
the $5 dues for a year. Tom Lieberman will try
stump the members with the mystery prize
newlyweds Howard and Rose Rubright will bring
refreshments. (Some wedding cake?)

A

PLEASE. PLEASE, PLEASE!
Your club has accumulated a nice library of V
tapes and books over the years which-are available
ctreck out at every meeting. HOWEVER, some fo

just forget and don't bring them back and o
"memUe.s

can't enjoy them. The following have I
missing for some time. PLEASE bring them back!:
VIDEOS:
Diving For Pirate Gold
Our club on CH 5, Postcards From Paradise
Search for the Confederate Treasure
Weekend ProsPecting
Treasure
BOOKS:
Advanced Water Working Jeshniques
Hurricane Treasure
Advanced Shallow Water Treasure Hunting
Shipwrecks in the Vicinity of Jupiter lnlet
Let's talk About Treasure Hunting
The Beach Bank

ADS

THE GOI.,D COA,ST
TREASURE CLIE, INC.

KEVIN REILLY

Full line new and used detector dealer. RTG
scoops, cleaners, tumblers and books. lf it's for
gS4-971€102,
treasure hunting have
Website: www.RTGstore.com. E-mail:
rtgreilly@aol.com Fax: 954-971-0S7S
Low prtuns plus lE/o diwunt to club rnemfrrs!
TOM LIEBERMAN
Ready to serve your real estate needs.
561-852-7409
HARRY SOMMERS
Two trunks. 40" x 23" x23' $35 each.
561-752-9210
JIM WARNKE
10 Spanish 1715 coins. 4,2 and 1 reale. Worn.
No dates. $195. Firm. 561-7324507
HAL ALLEN
Minelab XS2A Pro with 10 inch coil and battery

Founded in 1973 by Ted Rudd
President Tom Dooley
561-798-2981
Vice President
Karen Larson
561-433-0821
Secretary
Stacey deLucia
561€87-2310
Treasurer
Gail Hoskins
561-967-2923
Huntmaster: Linda Bennett
s61-791-7682
phone
Cell
561-3524068
Sales and raffle promoters:
Richard Zabriskie and Jason Petenbrink
Photographer: Steve Hoskins
Librarian: Cheryl Petenbrink

I

charger. $350 561-7914572

HARRY SOMMERS
Craftsman wet or dry shop vacuum cleaner
16 gallon, 2.5 HP, with hose and attachments.
Works perfecily well. 561-752-9210

Newsletter Jim Warnke
fr561 -732 4567 EFax 561 -732-0377
E-mail: warnke@bellsouth.net

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LET'S HEAR FROM YOUI
This free want ad column is only for members and
they are welcome to list anything they want to sell
or buy. Members are also welcpme to list their
businesses. Call 561-7324567

WEB SITE:
vuwur.

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geocities. com/grctreasurecl ub/i ndex. html

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

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are $20 January through June and $10 Juty through
pr family plus a $5 initiation fee for new

Reputation is what the public thinl$ of us.
Character is what God and the angels know of us.

membrs.
*+** * tl ** *:lt *** *++ttt*:l*++:l *+ *:l+t*t,t +t * t

oto you KNow?
PY BIRTHDAY THIS MONTH

CAROLE SMITH
LOTTIE STOPLER
BOB KONNAGAI\I
BOB GRUBB
KAREN LARSON
VAL HARTMAI\I

P:

YOU COME TO A MEETING
AND IT IS YOUR BIRTHDAY
YOU WILL GET A GIFT
OF A SILVER QUARTERI

ABOUT THESE ODDITIES?
tffhy is a boxing rin,g square?
Why is lemon juice made with
artificial flavor and dishwashing
Iiquid made with real lernon?
Can-&t people go skinny dipping?
Isnt a smoking section in a
reslaurant like a pectog section
in a swimming pool?
Fotu out of five people suffer
from diarrhea. does tlrat nrean tbat
one person enjoys it?
(Froo $o CFMDC ocwaleBcr.)

The mark of a true gentleman is the way he teats those
who can be of no possible ue to him.

TIIE GRE6T MERCH SITUER TITXIT
A beautiful day! 78 degrees, pury white clouds and
no rain in sight' Only 20 members showed up
Sunday) but they all
firobably because it was Palm
iiO it was a great hunt' The coins planted and how

-

many were found:
802 silver dimes' 734 fourd
88 silver quarters' 84 found
l0 silver half dollars. All found
10 silver dollars. All found
16 painted clad dimes for prizes' All found
20 Plastic Easter eggs each with 5
silver dimes inside' All found'
So there are still 72 silver coins out there
that maY be found in the next hunt!

A watch face was planted good for a talking Billy
Bass fish as a Uoobie ptize and it was won by

Richard Zabriskie. The most silver dimes (97) were
dug by Irving Smith (minus his -biq foot coil) and
Linda Bennett was second with 69 dimes' (using a 3
inch coil) Erik Kristensen, hving Smith and Jason
Peterbri-nk found nine quarters eactr- Erik also found
three half dollars- Les Baffs recovered two silver
dollars. Jason found four painted dimes and Doug
Wolfm ueller fotrnd three.
The numerous prizes included silver rounds, a silver
coin necklace bought fiom Carl Fismer, a water
holder, a cosmetic lrxrg, u make up bag, a coin kit,
flashlight, carnera, tool kit, floatable eye glass
holderi, sand scoop, hat, calendars, dip dish and- a
treasure book Thanks to the following rnembers who
donated prizes: Richard Zabriski a trat, Joe
Richuiso, talking fish Bob Dobski, cosmetic bag
jewelry to be
and tool box both full of nice costunre
used in future hunts and Jim Warnke for the large
Florida calendars. Joe also brought sorne foreign
coins to be sent to Keith Wills in Texas for children's
hunts. Our huntmaster Linda really put on fantastic
hunt, as alwaYs.

The club t"uttity thanks Prez' Tom Dooley for
arranging for the use of the ranch and also acting as
chef and griiling the delicious Polish sausages' We
also thank those who brought the many side dislrcs

such as cakes, salads and other tasy goodies' Did
anybody lose their teeth or sanity on the wastrboard
road? But heY, that's Part of the fun!

HOW TO STOP PEOPLE FROM BUGGING YOU
TO GET MARRIED
Old aunts used to come up to nre at weddings, pokiog
me in the ribs and cackting, "You're De*!"
They stopped after I started to do the same thing to
them at funerals'

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+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
2AO2 CLT]ES CONTEST
Somewhere in Palm Beach County there is a
small buried cache of coins. The first member
who finds it will get a $25 Prize.

CLUE NI]MBPRENE
IT IS WEST OF I-95 AI\ID EAST OF
CONGRESS AVE.IT IS
A PRINCE OF A PARIC

TIIE TREASURE YOU SEEK IS
LOCATED 1.1 MILES FROM THE
YERY NORTIIEAST
ENTRAh{CE TO JPP.
WHERE IS THE PAVILION
NAMED AFTER THE LEADER
OF A YACIfT CLT]B?
WHERE DO FOLICS EAT'
CHILDREN PLAY AI{D USE
RESTROOMS? CHECK TIM AREAS.

E-MAIL ADDRESSES
LindaBennett raptorsl@prodigy'net
JimWarnke warnke@bellsouttunet
LouisBro4rna louthePole@ol'com
Howard Rubright HCR4ROSE@webtv'net

LesBatts

ddesbatts@ol'com

Wayne Stephens twostephens(@hotmail'com
Cheryl Petenbrink bunnykinsl l l@aol'com

Erik Kristensen erikl l0l@webtv'net
Bert Smith mowbike@caPecod'net
Tom DooleY BORUSHI @ol'oom
Doug Wolfinueller
WOLFMUELLER@wPecnews 1 2' com
StaceY Delucia sdeluc823@ol'com
Bob Grubb BobDelraY@ol'com
Tom Lotito tlotitol@delPhia'net
Kevin ReillY krei[Y@tgstore'com
Ben Smith Bbsdob525@olcom
Larry Williarnson lewmson@ol'com
Trish TaYlor TaYlor-563 @oLcom
Bob Dobski kbSwjf@Yahoo'com
Gail Hoskins shbchcomer@ol'com
(Any changes or additions? E-mail Jim)

mainfwtction of Mother Nature
is to make fools out of scientists.

The

Tff EPR& TIUfIT
will be an early bird special! The last time our
did a field trip to Sodh Beach in Miami was in
of2000 ard resulted in sorne very special frnds.
going to do it again on Sunday, April2l$.
We
All
who want to carpool or join a caravan
are
!o meet at ! AI4 at th 99 cent StuffPier I

the

lot on Congress and 100'. Ave. North, Lake
(The metered parking at the beach does not
until 9AM.) For those who want to neet us in
i call Linda at79l-7682 or ber cell phone 352for the location There will be e:ract details at
il llth. nreeting. We want to start hunting
the beach crowds arrive and it gets too hot.

EDDIE BERRIE, JR"
Eddie was I member for many
yearc. He was killed in a car
accident on I-95 in March.
He was 44. Our thoughts and
prayers go out to his family.

jhi

{Mreck yields its Mexican

to marine archaeologists
IA

The wreck
frigate in
n
Spanish
a
t
Bay is grving marine
rooK at
ar a
ists a rare look
rchaeo glsts
in the NewWorld three
hip
ago.

fE

vessels they have been
amine from that era are
m origin, said research
John Bratten, who is
excavation work on

for the University of

he

Vest

Archaeology lnsti-

ute.

The
ario
.bout

luring
nade
md

rround
He
urgular
iel's

Senora del Ro

built in Mexico only

years before it sank
storm in 1705. It was
rm types of mahogany
ish cedar that grow only
eract:ttz, Bratten said.

pointed 0o a large trinoonent of the ves
on a drawing of the

massive piece of wood.

"In Europe they harvested so
much timber from the forest that
the large trees were gone," Bratten said. "Here they've got huge
trees which they could work."
During each of the past four
summers, archaeologists and
students have uncovered a bit
more of the ship, estimated to be
about 120 feet long, in shallow
water near Civil War-era Fort
Plckens on Santa Rosa Island.
State archaeologists located
the Rosario in 1992 under tons of
silt. For six years, however, it
took a back seat to an older wreck
of a Spanish galleon in another
part ofthe bay.
Known as the Emanuel Point
wreck, the galleon sank in 1559,
when Pensacola was first settled
by Europeans, making it the oldest shipwreckyetfound in Florida

weck.

waters.

't see this in a Euro
" Bratten said. "\Me're
)ean
to call this."
rot sure
Ona Llropean ship the,same
uld have been made of
;ection

The galleon, part of an expe
dition led byTristan de lrtna, was
pafily excavated and artifacts
were removed before it was re
buried in 1997.

"\ile

A SPECIAL DRAWING FOR THOSE
BRINGING SOMETHING TO
CHINESE AUCTION THE
Joe Richiuso, a silver round
Joy StClair, a jar of honey
I\4YSTERY PRZE
No one brought and ,S hookn to
the table to win a silver half dollar.
50/50 DRAWI.NG
Jim Warnke took home $34
as his share.
NAME DRAWING
Joy St. Claire was present to win
$13. The pot goes to $10 this month.
BIRT}IDAYS
Those present won a silver quarter:
John presslien
Marilyn Batts
Jason petenb,rink

Dorothy Mills
g:_Y::f:-because o f tbe auction)

ffi;;;;;il;*

rhe rext joint hunt
Club will be on April 27-28 near Tampa
Sign up at the rneeting or call Linda
at 791-7682 (co* $40 as before)

many parts instead of a single,

be

ble to

RICHARD ANI)
JASON'S CORNER

WEB SITES
OUR CLUB
www. geocities. corn/gctreasurec lub

w/E TREASURE MAGAZINE
www.treasurenet.com

LOST TRE$,SURE MAGAZINE
www.losttreasure.com

MARK YOUR CALENDAR
The southeast chapter of the FMDAC hns becorre
very active under the leadership of John Letson He is
planning a huge chapter hunt on Nov. 2,d. in
Fernandina Beactu Florida just north ofJacksonville.
This will be an open beach hunt and you do not have
to be a member to participate. More details as our
long HOT summer wears ort.
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
TREASURER'S REPORT
APRIL1
BANK BATANCE
CASH ON HAND

,2002

$ 400.41
50.00
TOTAL
450.41
$
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

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