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197206 Desert Magazine 1972 June

197206 Desert Magazine 1972 June

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JUNE,
1972 50c
 
THE BETTER BREED
DESIGNED AND BUILT ESPECIALLY FOR TREASURE FINDING
The history of D-Tex started in 1959 with a continuous
record,
of increased, production and im-proved detectors each year since.We designed and built the first solid state all transistor, B.F.O. Detector of conventional design tobe available to the public. By 1963 we had international distribution with D-Tex being shipped worldwide.To
celebrate
our 14th successful year, we have introduced,, by far, our best and, most universal de-tector yet, with higher sensitivity, better range and our new no-drift computerized circuits.Bill Mahan with his all new for 72 D-Tex ProfessionalD-Tex is by far the most widely known and most highly regarded of the many firms offering trea-sure hunting equipment. This is proven by the many world wide professional treasure hunters onsix continents who regard D-Tex as the key to their success.When you want to know which detector keeps operating, and under all conditions, from the arctic tothe tropics, ask the guys in the boondocks, the unanimous choice . . . D-Tex . . . all the way.This year our all new for 72, with our all new computerized
no drift
gold precision handcrafted circuits. Our completely new feather-weight, high "Q" coils, neiv soft rubber hand grip
for
tireless use, plus our all American made parts and our unmatched lifetime, unconditional guarantee,is without doubt "The Better
Breed".
Every D-Tex is built of the best of precision American made components
and
skill
and time
and patience
and pride
with its big performance advantages.
PROUDLY BUILT PROUDLY OWNED
D-TEX
IS FOR THE SERIOUS TREASURE HUNTER
For Full Information and Free illustrated 1972 Catalog Plus True Treasure Finding Stories Write Today
P.O. Box
451
D-TEX
ELECTRONICS Garland, Texas 75040
614 EASY ST. - PH. 272-2622
 
WILLIAM KNYVF.TT,
PUBLISHER
JACK PEPPER,
EDITOR
GEORGE BRAGA,
Art Directoi
MARY FRANCES
STRONG,
Field
Trip Editor
ENID C.
HOWARD.
Utah Associate Editor
GLENN
VARGAS.
Lapidary Editor
K. L. BOYNTON.
Naturalist
JACK DEI.ANEY.
Staff Writer
Volume 35, Number 6JUNE, 1972
CONTENTS
THE COVER:Appearing as if its majesticarms are reaching
toward
the sky, a giant saguarothrives in the desert regionof Southern Arizona. Thesaguaro is the largest cac-tus in the United States andthey average from 20 to 30feet in height, but some-exceed 50 feet and weighup to 10 tons. Photo byDavid Muench, Santa Bar-bara, California.
FEATURES
FIGHT TO PRESERVE OUR ANCIENT PASTDESERT DIGGINGSFREEWAY TO A HIDE-AW AYPRINEVILLE POW WOW!RAINBOW OBSIDIANMISSION SAN ANTONIO DE PADUAACROSS UTAH'S WHITE RIMPARADISE FOR LUNKERS
Tom KingJack PepperGeorge A. ThompsonMary Frances StrongMary Frances StrongRobert LikesEnid C. HowardStan JoneA
DEPARTMENTS
A PEEK IN THE PUBLISHERS POKEBOOK REVIEWSDESERT LIFECALENDAR OF EVENTSNOTES FROM THE FIELDRAMBLING ON ROCKSLETTERS TO THE EDITOR
William KnyvettJack PepperHans BaertvaldClub ActivitiesMary Frances StrongGlenn and Martha VargasReaders' Comments
ELTA SHIVELY,
Executive Secretary
MARVEL BARRETT.
Circulation Mamtiier
EDITORIAL, CIRCULATION AND ADVERTISING OFFICES: 74-109 Larrea St.. Palm Desert, California 92260. Telephone Area
Code
714 3-16-81-14. Listed in Standard Rate and Data. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: United States, Canada and Mexico; 1 year,
$5.00;
2 years.$9.50; 3 years $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 and send both new and old addresses with zip codes. DESERT Magazine is published monthly. Second
class
postage paid at Palm Desert, California and at additional mailing offices under Act of March 3, 1879. Contents copyrighted 1972by 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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