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THE TINFOIL TIMES

TREASURE CLUB' INC'
THE MONTHLY NEWSLETTER OF THE GOLD COAST
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A clubfor those who follow and stsre

THE APRIL MEETING
31 members and guests enjoyed a very good
progftIm- The speaker was Cheryl Houghtelin, who
was the executive director of the Historical Society of
Palm Beach County for two years. She spoke about
the past history of our alpa and the advantages of
being a Society member. A special rafile was held for
a $50 one year rnembership and John Presslien was
the lucky winner.

The club wishes to thank Erik Kristensen for

furnishing the microphoue amplifier system also a
$eat big thanks to newlyweds Howard and Rose
Rubright who brought the refreshments including
some oftheir wedding cake!
No srre has found the hidden cache worth $25 as yet
but the clue in this month's issue almost pinpoints it!

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THE MAY HUNT
This one will be different. We will meet at 8 AM
on Sunday, May 26h. in Dreher Park on the
south side of Summit Blvd. The directions are
simple: Drive as though you were going to a club
meeting but instead of turning north at the stop
fighfinto-thezoo roardlum south and follow the
road to the club sign at the hunt site. We will try
to get a pavilion for us but there may not be
enough room for everyone to sit so bring along a
chair. There are a lot of places to hunt where
folks go for picnics and recreation. (and possibly
re-creation) This will also be an opportunity for a
learning lesson for pin pointing targets. We will
have ten covered objects and a contest to see
who can identify the items with a detector. How
good are you at knowing what to dig? Prizes will
be awarded! Bring your own refreshments.
There are rest rooms nearby. Details at the
meeting.

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stoop and grunt to pick up pennies'

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TIIE MAY MEETING

This should be a meeting of interest to all. How
you clean that junk and coins you find? Some of t
club members will show you their methods and
hands on demonstration. Brrng your questions!
not coins)

RICHARD AIYD JASON'S CORN"ER
DOOR PRIZES
Richard Gray and James Wilhelm both
won silver rounds.
Cheryt Petenbrink, a nightlighVflashlight.
Rose Rubright, a long arm sprinkler
JANruARY BIRTHDAYS
Silver quarters were awarded to Bob Grubb
and Karen Larson for being

intheir birthdaY month"
MYSTERY PRIZE
Dorothy Mills won a silver half dollar
present

for bringing a safety pin to ttre table.

NA}!E DRAWING
Larry Williamson was not present wtren
his name rxas drawnso the kitty
goes to $11 next month50/50 DRAWING
Jarnes Wilhelm took home $35 as
his share ofthe Pot.

$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
TREASURER'S REPORT
MAY 1,2002
$ 457.41
BANK BAIANCE
50.00
HAND
CASH ON
$ s07.41
TOTAL
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

THE GOID COAST
TREASIIRE CIIIB, INC.
Founded in 1973 by Ted Rudd
President Tom Dooley
561-798-2981
Vice President
Karen Larson
561-433-0821
Secretary
Stacey deLucia
s61-687-2310
Treasurer
Gail Hoskins
561.967-2923
Huntmaster: Linda Bennett
561-791-7682
Cell phone 561-352-406E
Sales and raffle promoters:
Richard Zabriskie and Jason petenbrink
Photographer: Steve Hoskins
Librarian: Cheryl Petenbrink

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Newsletter Jim Warnke

a561 -7324567 EFax 561 -732-0321
E-mail: warnke@bellsouth.net
WEB SITE:
wranr.

geocities. com/gctreasurecl ub/index. html

CLUB MAILING ADDRESS:
% Jim Warnke
617 Lakeside Harbor
Boynton Beach, FL 33435
are $20 January thrcugh June and $10 July through
ccmber per family plus a $5 initiation fee for new
members.
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FACE VALUE OF COINS BROUGHT TO
pEC. ANq JAN.
SILVER JEWELRY 38
GOLD JEWELRY 9
FEBRUARY
SILVER JEWELRY 14
GOLD JEWELRY 26
MARCH
SILVER JEWELRY 27
GOLD JEWELRY t
APRIL
SILVER JEWELRY 31
GOLD JEWELRY 8
TOTAL 2OO2
GOLD 51 SILYER E7

$751.63

$686.08

$4E3.47

$440.21

$2361.39

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BIIY TTN SELI

KEVIN REILLY

Full line new and used detector dealer. RTG
scoops, cleaners, tumblers and books. tf it,s for
treasure hunting I have it! g54-g71€102,

Website: ranrvur.RTGstore.com.
rtgreilly@aot.com Fax gS4-911-OSls

E-mail:

Low prices plus lMo discount to club membrs!
TOM LIEBERMAN
Ready to serve your real estate needs.
561-852-7409
HARRY SOMMERS
Two trunks. 40' xlg" x23" $35 each.
561-752-9210
JIM WARNKE
1I!g Cqrplete Kama Sutra" 580 pages

$20 561-7324567
HAL ALLEN

Minelab XS2A Pro with 10 inch coil and battery
charger. $350 501-Z914Stz
BIRTHDAY THIS MONTH TO:
+IA+rcYSTEPIIENS
KAZHIE ZABRISKIE
LOUIS BROZYNA
LARRY WILLIAMSON
CHERYL BURKE
BARBARA DOBSKI

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

HARRY SOMMERS
Craftsman wet or dry shop vacuum cleaner
16 gEllon, 2.5 HP, with ho5e and attachments.
Works perfectty weil. 561-tSZ-9210

ANAAAAA AAAAAN AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAA

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 561-7924561
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Parents beware!
Give a small child a harnmer

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2OO2 CLIIES 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.

E-MAIL ADDRESSES
LindaBerurctt raptorsl@prodigy.net
JimWarnke warnke@bellsoutbnet
Louis Brozyrn louthePole@ol.com

Rubright HCR4ROSE@webtv.net
LesBatts drlesbatts@ol.com

Howard

Wayne Stephens wcexaminer@earthlink.net
Cheryl Petenbrink bunnykinsl l l@ol.com

Erik Kristensen erikl l0l@webtv.net
Bert Smith mowbike@caPecod.net
Tom Dooley BORUSHI @aol.com
Doug Wolfmueller
WOLFMUELLER@wPecnews I 2.com
Stacey Delucia deLuc8Z3@al.com
Bob Grubb BobDelraY@ol.com
Tom Lotito tlotito I @adelphia.net
Kevin Reilly kr eilY @lgstore.com
Ben Smith Bbsdob525 @ol-com
Larry Williamson lewmson@ol.com
Trish Taylor TaYlor-563@aoLcom
Bob Dobski kbSwjt@Yahoo.com
Gail Hoskins shbchcomer@ol.com
James Wilhelrn jamesat533 @ol.com
(Any changes or additions? E-mail Jim)

CLUE NI'MBER ONE
IT IS WEST OF I.95 AND EAST
OF CONGRESS AVE. IT IS
A PRINCE OF A PARI(
CLUE hTUMBER TWO
THE TREASURE YOU SEEK
IS LOCATED 1.1 MILES FROM
TIIE VERY NORTHEAST
ENTRANCE TO JPP.
CLUE NTJMBER THREE
WHERE IS TTIE PA\ILION
NAMED AFTER THE LEADER
OF A YACHT CLUB?
CLUE NTIMBER FOTJR
WHERE DO FOLKS EAT,
CIIILDREN PLAY A}tD USE
RESTROOMS? CHECK TIIE
IF YOU HAVE NOT FOUI\TD WI{AT
YOU SEEK CHECK TIIE BANYAI\I
TREES''VERY CLOSELY.''

oro vou KNow?
Dentists have recomrnended
that a toothbrush be kePt
at least six feet awaY &om
a toilet to avoid airborne
particles resulting from a flush(I ask You, who has a
bathroom TTIAT big?)

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Every member. at one time or another, has a problem
about who to call for help' Sink stopped up? Cal
has$ugs? Ro om needsaaint ing?
-needsfixing?Lawn
a
Roof leaksi We are asking any member who has
a call
trade that could help other members to give Jim
deal
not
Why
newsletter'
U" will put it into this
"J
with a member you can trust? 732-4567

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There will be a mini drawing for a
Tiny Tec pinpointer at the May meeting.
Chances will be only a dollar apiece and
the drawing will be held no matter

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The last call: Keith Wills in Texas is still co
-fureiga+oins he uses for hunts for disabled chil'
If you have any to donate please bring them to
next meeting.

Your officers are always on the lookout for places
trave hunts. Do you have a home or farm with a lot
room for a cfubhunt? What are youl s-llggestions I
uwild' hunts? Your officers
the club to go for
your inPut and ideas!!!!!!!!!!
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Tbere is an old joke arrc4g air line captaias.
They say that iftbere is a crash a"d
- pass€Egers are kille{ it makes no difference
ifthey go to Heaven or Hell'
They sill bave to change h Atlsnt&

IF YOUR DETECTOR QUITS ON YOU
THE MOST COMMON PROBLEM IS
DEAD BATTERIESI CHECK THEM FIRSTI

THIS MONTH WE CELEBRATE
A DAY PUT AS'DE TO REMEMBER THOSE WHO HAVE FALLEN
AND DIED SO THAT WE MAY LIVE IN FREEDOM.
EVERY NEWSPAPER AND THE ADS YOU WILL GET IN THE
MAIL
WILL PROCI.AIM MEMORIAL DAY SALEI
WI-IAT THESE STUPID ADS ARE REALLY SAYING IS
REMEMBER THE DEAD SALEI
.......Jim Wamke, VtW2

TAPS-Tho Final Bugte Call
A tune rounded duriug ccrtooaicr et tbc Toob of thc Unkuomr end ef military
funeralr eveqnvbcrt ir knowa rioply s ...TAPS. Duriog e visit to Arliagroo
Netioad
CemetGD/' Va-, you migbt bcer tbc echocr of -TAPS'bciig rouodcd
by ibugtcr froo
one of thc armcd forccr of thc Uuitcd Strleq Thc t321e.iotO bugle .llt
r.icoopord
by Brig. Gcru Danicl Buncrficrd, who conmgaded rbc J1 Brigedc] Army of
thc
Potomrc, during tbc Americea Civil Wer. Buncrfield wrotc raaP5" A,iErrriroor
landiog, V.t,, in July 1862, to replecc tbc cuctoor r7 finogof ttrcc rinc voffeyi
et thc
end of buridr during betlle- Witbln moothr, rf4plr weirouadcd by
buglcrl io Uott,
Union rod Confederatc forcc. 'TA16' concludo ncrrly 15 oilitery iun.i.fr
ionductcd
with hooors each wecl<day rtArlingloa Nrtional CemctcrT, rs wcll er bundrcds
of otbcrr
erouad tbc couatry. Onc of tbc fioal bugle caUr of rbc day on military instellatioar,
'TAPS" is playcd rt.lOp.o. rs r;igurl to rryicr mcmben thrt ir ir "ightr *t , Wt o
'TAIS'is plrycd it i! curtoErry 30 rlute.
ButtcrfgieJd tmk up tbc colon ef3cr hir brigedc tost motr rbea 600 ocn io rbc
Battle of Gaines Mill Ecwal ewrrdcd tbc Mcdal of Hooor, eftcr hc cncoureleo.
oc
depleted rankr 30 negroup ead cootinuc tbc be$lc,
Butlerfield died July 17' 190t. *TAPS'wrs souoded et his fuocrel rt Wcct poiol

rlediag ligtt diar rbc rigbt,
A"od e rtrr gelrr thc sky, glcr.oiag brigbt
From efer drewing aigh-Fellr tbc oight.
':Dfy ir doae, ggr:oc tbe run,
From rhc lrl(c, froo tbc brlls, froa thc tk;r.
AII lr wcll, nfdy rcsr, God ir nigh,
*Tbco
good oight, pcaccful oigbt,

ull ttc Ugbr of the darva rbieeib brigbt,
God ir ncer, do aot fcar-Fricod,
Crood aight..

Losr

TREASURE: A womaq distraught that her husband
lost his platinum (or white gold)
carrin park beach, caued Stacey after the lif.s";J;ave
her the crub
:l ine had an appointmenr, but caled-the
business card. Stacey
arrange for a search for the ring. Gail, Steve and Irving
stepped irL with Irving glving it his best
shot for several hours' Unfortunately, despite his
best ironi, the ring *u, no*h.re to be found,
but we earned another friend in the community. The woman
called and Ieft Stacey a heartfelt
message thanking her and everyone h ,t club
ior being so kind, sayrng, 'liior,t believe people
ore so nice and want to help someone lik you all did.-"
She had rrrt.O a detector from Rose,s
Hobby shop in Jupiter and had no luck on her own
before Irving arrived. Turns out, after Irving,s
search, she told him perhaps the husband lost it
somewhere else, after all.

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lasr tee lus ada ana
last/ish hos been caught wilt v,e realize

tlnt

vry cannot eat morcy.

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