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197203 Desert Magazine 1972 March

197203 Desert Magazine 1972 March

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MARCH,
1972 50c
it-
 
sum
MODELS
GUARANTEED
FOR
60
DAYS
TO
EQUAL
$200.00 DETECTORS
OR
YOUR MONEY BACK
TENTED DESIGN DETECTS BURIED GOLD, SILVERCOINS, JEWELRY INDIAN ARTIFACTS ANDCIVILWAR SOUVENIRS
OQ95
f
I .^^P POSTPAID
MARKIV
WITHOUT METER
39
95
OUTSTANDING FEATURES
FOUND ,
N
OUR
INSTRUMENTS AND OTHERS SELLING FOR UP TO $200.00
FIVE SILICON PLANAR TRANSISTORSPRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD construction throughout.FIVE-INCH DIAMETER SEARCH HEAD included with each unit
for
general purposeuse.Three and ten-inch diameter Search Heads may
be
purchased with unit
or
added later.THREE COARSE TUNERS
and
switch
in
each unit
for
maximum sensitivity
and
minimumdrift when using.SEPARATE THUMBWHEEL CONTROLS
for
fine tuning and volume allows one-hand opera-
tion.
• DYNAMIC
2%-INCH,
8-OHM SPEAKER, internal
and
plug-in earphone included
in
each unit.
100
MICRO AMPERE METER that will deflect when audio signal
is not
detectable included
in
Metermaster along with extra diode and sensitive, full view meter.HEAVY DUTY ANODIZED TELESCOPING ALUMINUM TUBES with single lock
nut to set
best length
for
user's height, adjustable from sixteen
to
thirty inches.COMPLETELY WIRED
(not a kit
and
no
radio necessary
for
operation).• NINE-VOLT
BATTERY,
Eveready 216
or
equivalent, included with each unit.
a
ATTRACTIVELY STYLED high impact molded case and Search Heads balanced
for
long usewithout tiring.WEIGHT LESS THAN
2
POUNDS.
OPERATING PRINCIPLES
Operates by comparing the frequencies ot two colpitts oscillators andamplifying the audio frequency which is the sum of the difference. Thefixed oscillator is controlled by the thumbwheel tuner. The variableoscillator changes its inductance when the Search Head is broughtinto close proximity of any metal. This difference when amplified isheard in the earphone or speaker, as an audio signal tone, or deflectsthe meter.POSTPAID
METERMASTER KR
DEALERINQUIRIES INVITED
NOW AVAILABLEWITH
3
SEARCH HEADSSEARCH HEAD $895
DEPTH RANGE
MIN. 0" MAX. 9"
POSTPAID
Exceptionally sensitive
to
small nuggets, coins and
|
rings, even when buried
on
edge. Useful
for
search-ing walls
of old
homesteads
and
crevices wherelarger heads cannot enter.
INCLUDEDWITH DETECTOR
" SEARCH HEAD
DEPTH RANGE
MIN. 1" MAX. 24"
Will detect large coins, watches, lighters
and
pens. Bestgeneral purpose head
for
beach combing, searching
old
farmfields
and
circus lots.
10"
SEARCH HEAD $10
95
DEPTH RANGE MIN.
4" MAX. 60"
POSTPAID
Best sensitivity
on
large objects, buried deep; like chests,tools, jars
of
coins, bars
or
veins
of
gold,
silver
and
otherprecious metals. Can also
be
used
to
search large areas quickly.
FREE
$14 95 VALUE ATTACHE CASE
Carries
your metal detector, search heads, battery, earphone, maps, books and
magazines.
An ebony black Unilite case, braced with handsome aluminumclosures. Smooth "slide action" nickle plated locks and two keys, securesyour
equipment in a
fitted charcoal grey foam and protects it from the rough-est
handling.
The interior lid contains a wide folio pocket. Included is aBIG
196-page
book, "Lost Treasures And How To Find Them", describ-ing hundreds of famous treasure caches in almost every state,
with
suggestions on how to get started.
SEND MARK
IV OR
METER MASTER. THREE SEARCH COILS AND
MY
FREETREASURE HUNTERS COMPtETE
BAG IF I AM NOT
SATISFIED AFTER
60
DAYS
I
WIL
L
RETURN
THE
INSTRUMENT AND
MY
MONEY WILL
BE
REFUNDEDTHE ATTACHE CASE
AND
BOOK WILL
BE
MINE
TO
KEEP.TO ORDER: Send Cash, Checkor Money Order.
In N.J. add
5% State
Tax.
$3.00 depositfor C.O.D.
TREASURE HOUSE
A Div.sion
of
SOLIDTRONICS
MFG
CORP.
OFPT
LJA2C
TFNNENT
.
N
J.
07763 ©1970
• Send
3"
SEARCH HEAD
8.95
• Send
10"
SEARCH HEAD
10.95
Name
Send
MARK IV DETECTOR
29.95
MdTess
Includes sensitive earphone
and 9V
battery• Send
METER MASTER DETECTOR 39.95
citY
Includes meter, sensitive earphone and
9V
battery state
zip
 
WILLIAM
KNYVETT,
PUBLISHER
JACK PEPPER,
EDITOR
GEORGE BRAGA,
in
Director
MARY
FRANCES STRONG.
Field
Trip Editor
ENID
C.
HOWARD,
Utah Associate Editor
GLENN VARGAS,
Lapidary Editor
K.
L.
BOYNTON.
Naturalist
JACK DELANEY.
Staff Writer
Davit.
Volume
35, Number
3
MAGAZINE
MARCH,
1972
CONTENTS
FEATURES
THE COVER:A
member
of die
Lily
fam-
ily,
the
giant
Joshua
Treein California's Joshua TreeNational Monument
is
highlighted against
the
background
of a
distantquartz monzonite oulcrop.Photo
by
David
Muench,
Santa Barbara, California.
NAUGHTY
MARIETTA
VICTOR
VALLEYS SILVERY LINING
MONUMENT
TO A
DREAMER
THEY
DIDN'T STAND
A
CHANCE!
UTAH'S
LAVENDER CANYON
VERDANT
VALLEY
OF
THE INDIANS
DESERT
VOCALIST
HAVEN
FOR TORTOISES AND PUPFISH
Mary Frances
Strong
Van
P.
Wilkinson
George
A.
Thompson
Craig
MacDonald
Enid
Howard
Milo
BirdK.
L.
Boynton
Ernie
Covian
DEPARTMENTS
A
PEEK
IN
THE PUBLISHER'S POKE
BOOK
REVIEWS
RAMBLING
ON
ROCKS
CALENDAR
OF
EVENTS
BOOK
CATALOG
DESERT
LIFE
LETTERS
TO
THE EDITOR
William
Knyvett
Jack
Pepper
Glenn
and
Martha Vargas
Club
Activities
Interesting
Books
for
Readers
Hans
Baerwald
Readers'
Comments
Hi.TA
SHIVELY,
Executive Secretary
MARVEL BARRETT.
Circulation
Manager
EDITORIAL,
C
RCULATION
AND
ADVERTISING OFFICES: 74-109
Larrea
St.,
Palm Desert, California 92260. Telephone Area Code
714
3-16-8144.
Listed
in
Standard Rate
and
Data. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: United States, Canada
and
Mexico;
1
year,
$5.00;
2
years.
$9-50;
3
years
i
13.00. Other foreign subscribers
add $1.00 U.S.
currency
for
each year.
See
Subscription Order Form
in
this
issue. Allow
five-
weeks
for
change
of
address anil send both
new and old
addresses with
zip
codes. DESERT Magazine
is
published monthly. Secondclass postage
pa d at
Palm Desert. California
and at
additional mailing offices under
Act of
March
3, 1879.
Contents
copyrighted
1972
by DESERT Magazine
and
permission
to
reproduce
any or all
contents must
be
secured
in
writing. Unsolicited manuscripts
and
photo-graphs WILL
NOT BE
RETURNED unless accompanied
by a
self-addressed
and
stamped envelope.

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