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THE TINFOIL TIMES
THEI|IuNTHLYNEWSLETTERTFTHEGhLDCLASTTREASaREf\,;lii?i
MARCH 2OO2

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DDON
JUDSON COULTHER
19t3-2002
the founding members of
of
one
was
Jud
rhb. For years he was the editor of our
";
coined the title of the
""*tfttteiand
fi"foif Times'" He and his wife lda
contributed nulny hours to the
club to make it what it is todaY'
The members extend their thoughts
and PraYers to his familY'
At the February meeting the members
unanimouslY voted to make
Ida a life member'

TIIE FEBBUARY MEETNG
guests present-wru
There were 53 members and
,".ota. whY? PecauS

;;;-*-u

^t.l:t^-l:T
his finds

slide show about
;;"L";; u *ona"tn'l
Florida's sholes
Eeasures from many sites off
ii""rgt"* tfre CariUUean Sea' Members of
;il; Gure clubs inisLaud.el$"l"
Td"^:tH
hirn carl world known for his fi
;;iJ;
,"r".ut tables to display artifacts'^gold' si
il;;;
-*a
over decades of diving
'

j"*"fw

he recovered
a huge iron treasur: :,1":i^:
p"dd clump of silver pieces of eight that
n u., been separated after hundreds ol
:
the Spanish-N
heads
Carl
sea'
th"
of
,,rtf*"
,t.
fbf{1.tte
Treasure Company based in Sarasota'

;;ht"tir*luding

..i

ytT

it is
a web site at www'treasureco'com/ and
941-918-0246'
i"t tt u ritit. His phone number isto Tom Lieberm
a-tr".iuf award was presented
T,T,
f#'fi"dtd and tett'*ing a -Tu
.nhon3'
:
delici
the
;haJ; ifida Bennett for bringing
'

TIE FEBRUARY AONT
permission and insurance
Because the paper work for
the hunt at
A.fuy"d wi were not able to announce

**

Feb, rneeting' 18
f1
hunted from 9:30 AM until

the Bol Scoril carrp until

;;*bJt attended and
and the weather was
il;t 2:30 in tlre afterooon
were in use by the scouts
ieat. Only four campsites

o* detectorists had the rest of the huge camp-opel
found
for hunting. A total of $84'21 in coins wasmoney
three
ulong wt*lZZ scoutmg artifacts' Tlt- *P

il

Irving
;;;; ;*. Richaid zabriski, $13'ss'
with
$10'57'
ilil, $13.05 and Erik Kristensen
1957 silver dime' Bob
H;;d Rubright found aquarter'
xose Belmont
dug a Ig47 tit'"r
u ,irr", hoop earring

;;b"ki

f";J

ard Linda

Bennett

'"**,"aasilvertoot<ingbraceletandagoldplated
ring.
following note

we received the
-After the last meetingiTt'uokt
to you and all of your

fu

Carl Fismer,
on Thursday e]eryng'
members for your hospitality
organization
W. rr.r, impressed with your whole
Hope to meet
It's good to see so much enthusiasm'
you again'"

Valentine's DaY refreshments'
for the
EA-F;-;rrry the clu! holds lJ.uqsins
previous year' The award is certificate
"f
;til"; iou*. rnl nrst place results for 2001 are:
Oldest US coin
tggO seated Liberty dime'
Smittu

i

ifi

Irv

*

Most Unique
Howard Rubright, a sPear guo'
Best.Relic
roman coin he found in
ancient
lrv Smith an
England'
Best Silver
Cheryl Petenbrink, a silver ring'
Best Gold
a gold ring'
Lieberman,
Tom

HMS Susse* found in the Med'

......::.:-131111l.:.:L:1---..--

ANS

THE GOI.D COAST
TREASURE CII,B, INC.

KEVIN REILLY

Founded in 1973 by Ted Rudd
President Tom Dooley
561-798-29E1
Vice President
Karen Larson
561-433-0821
Secretary
Stacey deLucia
561-687-2310
Treasurer
Gail Hoskins
s61-967-2923
Huntmaster: Linda Bennett
561-791-7682
phone
561-352-4068
Cell
Sales and raffle promoters:
Richard Zabriskie and Jason Petenbrink
Photographer: Steve Hoskins
Librarian: Cheryl Petenbrink
Newsletter Jim Warnke
a561 -732 4567 EFax 561 -732-0377
E-mail: warnke@bellsouth.net

Full line new and used detector dealer. RTG
scoops, cleaners, tumblers and books. lf it's for
treasure hunting I have it! 954-971-6102,

Website: www.RTGstore.com.

E-mail:

rtgreilly@aol.com Fax 954-971-0575
Low pries plus 1tr/o diwunt to club members!
TOM LIEBERMAN.
Ready to serve your real estate needs.
561-852-7409
HARRY.SOMMERS
Two trunks. 40' x23" x23" $35 each.
561-752-9210
JIM WARNKE
10 Spanish 1715 coins. 4,2 and 1 reale. Worn.
No dates. $250. 561-732-5678
HAL ALLEN
Minelab XS2A Pro with 10 inch coil and battery

charger. $350 561-7914572
AAAAAAAAAAAA

AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

AAA AAA

LET'S HEAR FROM YOU!
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 welcome to list their
businesses. Call 561-732-4567
AAA AAANAAAAAAAN NAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

WEB SITE:
wv*v. geocities.com/gctreasurecluMndex. html

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

Bennett raptorsl@prodigy.net
JimWamke warnke@bellsouttr,net

Linda

are $20 January through June and $10 July

prfamily

thrwgh

plus a $5 initiation fee for new

rnembors+

* * * * * * * * * *,t * * * + * * * * rt* * * * * rl * * *

rt

E-MAIL ADDRESSES

*

tt

*

** * * * *

BIRTTIDAY T4IS MOJYTH TO:
BEV WARNKE
DOROTHY MILLS
HENRY PEITRUCHA
SARAH SOMMERS
TRISH LIEBERMAN
MARILYN BATTS
JASON PETERBRINK
ARNOLD DESIDERIO
n^nn nn^nn nnnnnnnnnn^nnn nn nn/\n,,\/\

IF YOU COME TO A MEETING
AND IT IS YOUR BIRTHDAY

MONTH YOU WILL GET A GIFT
OF A SILVER QUARTERI

LouisBrozyna louthepole@ol.com
HowardRubrigbt HCR4ROSE@webtv.ner

LesBatts drlesbatts@aol.com
Wayne Stephens twostephens@hotmail.com
Cheryl Petenbrink bunnykinsl I l@ol.com
Erik Kristensen erikl 10l@webtv.net
Bert Smith bsmit26@bellsouth.net
( summer mowbil<e@apecod.net
Tom Dooley BORUSHI @ol.com
Doug Wolfnueller
WOLFMUELLER@wpecnews I 2.com
Stacey Delucia sdeluc823@ol.com
Bob Grubb BobDelray@ol.com
Tom Lotito tlotito I @adelphia.net
Kevin Reilly krei[y@rtgstore.com
Ben Smith Bbsdob525@ol.com
Larry Williamson lewmson@ol.com
Trish Taylor Taylor-563@o1.com
Bob Dobski kb8wj@yatroo.com
Gail Hoskins shbchcomer@aol.com
(Any changes or additions? E-mail Jim)

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

RICHARD AI{D
JASON'S CORNER
N4,'T,IE,

2OO2

DRAWING

ClitrBur6was not Present sothe

to $13 at March meeting
DOOR PRIZES
Rick GraY, a camel bone box
Jim Warrke, a disPlaY case
Gail Hoskins, a garden kit
Rose Belmont, a silver dollar
caurcra
Richard Za&iskie, a one use
A guest, Valentine candY^
AYS
BRUABY BI
FOR A SILEB
David HoYt
Rick GraY
Erik Kristensen
TomDooleY

' V
""*tt

Jack petenb,rink

M.YSTERY PRIZE

No one had a

CLUES CONTEST

is 4a
Llrtrrs rD
CountY there
tseacn uouruy
Somewhere in Palm Beach
cache of coins' The fust member
who finds it will get a $25 Prize'

;;ii

i*ira

cLuE NUMBEE gUP ^n n
IT ISVffiS-T ffi5AI\tD EAST OF
CONGRESS AYE.IT IS

A PRINCE OF A PARIC
CLUE NUMBEBTILQTTTUffiSUNB YOU SEEKIS
LOCATED 1'1 MILES FROM TIIE
VERY NORTIMAST
EI{TRANCE TO JPP.

cLuE NIIIV,IBER TIINEE

\4ffirs

rrIE

PAYTLToN
NAMED ATTER TIIE LEADER
OF A YACTIT CLUB?

cane pen on the table

"uoay
DRAWING
50/50
\drs' Musrynski

DIO YOU KNOW?

$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
vvvvY-TREASURER'S REPoRT
MARCH 1,2002
$ 678'75
BANK BALANCE
5O'OO
CNSH ON HAND
728'75
$
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$ $ $ $ $ $$$$$$ $$$$$$

How to stop PeoPle from
buggurg you to get married.
Old aunts used to conrc uP to
me at weddings, Poking nE
in the ribs and cackling, telling
me, "You'rg oext!"
They stoPPed after I started
dorng the sarne thing to

TOTAL

EESEES-$S'S$$$$

rqk SALE AND
A BRONZE cArwoNto
*'"P site of Ernie
a lot of other stiff' Co g@1
'lt buddv) Ernie is an
Richards. (B"b #;il;s

ffi ;;.*$;i ;il'
or vou

ilfi;r8'

htip :/rhole'au'net/-EnRada

Publications' Po
"t FL 33402
"ootoi-tiitBeach
w.JP"rt

br1ag

BROUGHT TO
FACE VALUE OF COINS
DEC. AND JAN.
SILYER JEWELRY

3t

*********

**

MEMBERSHIP UPDATE
reason
The following people chose'- for-.one 2002:
another, not to renew their membeflp-foT
Patorq Trish Taylor' B
f.ank-pin-i*,-ftr".O", Dennis

Vfodek ltuszynst<i Eugey ?hi$*'
Bob Feingold, Howard.Gosdorfer and J
W;f.. Tlrt club riw has 46 paid u-p rnembers' c
honorary member and three life members'

biid

TRY THIS!

GOID JEWELRY 9

FEBRUARY 14
SILVER
25
GOLD
iofir, zooz 52
GOLD 35 SILVER
*' * * ** * * * * t t *

them ar funerals.

$686'08

;fi;;ht"k drivine .tl: Tt:i:g',:
for t'tt q the front
ii,r#; dir.i".)Cstp""t.tlv
uro"e a pa.r
#;";tbd seatr"r'"
",f 9If:Y
passenger and,l*-tttat eer
,d6ht

$1437'71
!t

* * * * * * * * * * * ** * * * * *

front

are...driving:l-1:
look down the road u't you
'ilrowi You will hear screams like you never
before.

for
to

OUB GREAT ENNOaL SI'PER U'PER

sttuER auffruut
it is time for our annual silver hunt. This
it will be again at Tom Dooley's ranch on Sun.

again

24, 2002. Yes, we realiz,e that it is on palm
but we wanted to give our northern members
to hunt for silver before they go back to the
northern climes. Because of the cost of the
planting, the prizes and the food, everyone
!g must pay $10 per penon. Many clubs charge
that for every hunt they put on so this is a bargain!
P
sign up at the meeting or call Linda at 7917
if you are coming so we know how much food
The club will furnish meat and sodas but
bring a side dish if you wish- You might also
to bring tables, chairs and big patio umbrellas
the space under the trees will be filled with
and there will be no shade from the sun.
will be in two parts. The first from 9 to 9:45
second from l0 to 10:45. Lurrch will be at

The

ard
1t:

AM. No big foot coils or coils over 8". No
or diggr€ tools over 2" wide. We can,t go

back

the field after lunch- Directions to the site:

I-95 go v/est on Okeechobee Blvd. past the
Tr
and past the light for Royal Palm Beach
BI
Then 1.6 miles to "F" Road on the right. Turn
on "F" Road for about 6 tenlhs of a mile and
turn ight into number 2660. There will be signs. If
you
lost call Linda at 352-4068 or Tom at 3138124 See you there!
Can
Yet?

I

u give me ttre answer? What is a woman's
have asked many girls and worren, a doctor

ard

folks but on one can give rne the answer.
that I am asking is that I saw this article
in
paper that describes a shooting and the reporter
said,
woman was shot and the bullet is in her
yet."
The

A

lal

vacu

tlre

r

From
Ano
blood.

Sir F
foot c

addition to the a.ls: Craftsman wet or dry shop
cleaner, 16 gallon, 2.5 HP with hose and all
Works perfectly well. Call Harry
s6t-752-9210

actual grade school exam:
invented removable type and the Bible.

important invention was the circulation of
figure
hc invented cigarettes and started smoking.
Drake circumcised the world with a 100

Sir Walter Raliegh is a historical
(from RayLeist)

A late note: Those folks who bring three or more
itemsfor the Chinese auction at the March
meetingwill get a special ticketfor a special

*awing.
The members in our club who belong to the FMDAC
ptg.ryt-to support the ctrange in the by-laws of the
FMDAC because the changei would not permit the
membership to vote for national officers. It is
time
for our rnembers who are a part of the FMDAC
renew their dues at $f for the upcoming year.
Sw
Linda at the next nreeting. she has-to Eail in the
dues
by &e end of March-

;

The central Florida Metar Detecting crub will
have
another of their fanrous camp hunts on April
2g-zg at
a site near Tarnpa. As before, the fee will only
U" g+O
for rneals and lodging. There will be more details in
the furil newsletter but if you want to sign up

send your check to Ray If,ist,
Edgewater, FL 32141.
-_____-__

2U

"u.fy
El'padr;,

oI

There will be u
rury! starting in April. The grand
prize this time will be l4K gold detector pendaml

From Western and Eastern Treasure magazine:
(Editc's
lot1.. fU"y did not mentim drat rhe amqrnt recovaed
was fm all of200l.)

Although rhe TinJbil Times
newsletter of the Gold Coast
Tleasure Club in West Palm
Beach, Florida does not print
finds every month, their
December issue reports a grand
total of $4,509.54 in coins, g9
pieces of gold jewelry, and 252
pieces of silver jewelry. What a
lot of busy "beepologists.' in
that club! The newsletrer also
tells of the recovery of gold
chains that rested on the ocean
floor for 379 years otT Key
West, Florida. Valued at over
$500,000, they were brought to
the surface by divers working
fbr Mel Fisher Enterprises.
Foreign coins wanted. Keith Wills is collecting them
for the Texas Lions Camp for Handicapped Children.
They bury the coins and teach the kids how to use

metal detectors.

l0

Metal detectors bave

been

donated so far by Keith" Texas clubs, the So. Florida
Club and ours are participating. Brurg any foreign
coins you want to donate to our opelings.

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