Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on July 1, 1974 · Page 9
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 9

Panama City, Florida
Issue Date:
Monday, July 1, 1974
Page 9
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OFF WITH HIS HEAD - There is trouble ahead, or is it a head In trouble for 2nd Lt. Don Corley of the Tyndall AFB Information Office as "Moon The Miraculous," otherwise l<nown as AlC Terry Moon, prepares his guillotine act. The base magician performs his tricks for local charities and other organizations. 17 -fe MYSTIFYING MOUTHFUL - You've heard of someone pulling a card from his sleeve, but AlC Terry Moon of Tyndall can fan an entire deck from his mouth. When his mouth isn't filled with cards, "Moon the Miraculous" provides a steady stream of snappy patter which accompanies his polished magic act. Airman Performs 'Moonb Miraculous' During his duty iiours he's :-orks AFB. N.D. talent show AlC Terry Moon, a weapons jgt year, munitions mechanic assigned to He recalled that MarJt Wilson, the 4756th Munitions Main- j,e magician who hosted the tenance Squadron. After work ,aturday morning television he turns himself into "Moon the how "The Magic Land of Miraculous," perpetrator of^iakazam" for several years peculiar prestidigitation, which nade an early impression on puzzles the profound and per-,im, "i witnessed Mark plexes the perceptive. Vilson's progi'am at the State The wily wonder-worker of .-air of Texas in 1960 and was whimsical wizardry jests about ,ery Impressed. After that I his early Interest In sleight of^et g local magician named hand and magic. "I used to be a ];ienn wilcox, a clown with pick-pocket. Then the styles i ^jngUng Brothers Circus, who changed and it became too hard.howed me how to do some for me to get my hand in and out ricks. I've been studying of the pocket. .So I decided to-nggjc ever since then." become honest." Being a magician can Actually his practice of leger -5 (j,^ietlmes be dangerous. "I demaln has always been^on't use rabbits in my act honorable. He performs forggcause they have weak blad- church groups, elementary^ers. Once, when 1 was perfor- school carnivals, civic groups,^ing a private party, a llUle private parties and charities, gj^l asked me where my rabbits He has appeared on Ted Mack's^^,ere. When I told her I didn't Original Amateur Hour and^jgye she kicked me in the took second place in the Grandjeg." EARNS CASH AWARD — Thomas D. Dewberry has earned a cash award for receiving a Sustained Superior Performance Award during the past year. The civilian employee is a member of the Transient Alert Section of the 4756th Organizational Maintenance Squadron at Tyndall AFB. Making the presentation was Lt. Col. Conrad Wade, squadron commander. uieo Where Economy Originates 3 CUSTOM GROUND TO YOUR ORDER EieMT vemK eOFFEE •I conn LIMITlW/$7.50 ORDER WITH COUPON BELOW lib. BAG if BOTHA&PWEO STORES OPEN 9 TILL 6 THURSDAY JULY 4TH \ 1 \ //^. /PACKERS LABEL ^'MIT i w/$7 50 ORDER WITH COUPON BELOW 20lb BAG A&P'S FROZEN CONCENTRATE OMMeEJUKE 100%PURE,FROM FLORIDA 6PACK or 6 LOOSE 6oz. CANS 12 OZ. CAN ,v)pqi - o^^ FOR PLAIN OR RIPPLE JANE PARKER PARAMOUNT POISKI WYROB PICKLES POTATO CHIPS 10 OZ. BAG KRAFT,AMERICAN, COLORED SLICED CHEESE 12oz. PKG. ;^\"'^V?I Wx-C '/Ami PAG E IIMIT I W/$7.50 ORDER WITHCOUPON INTHISAD 32oz. JAR MAYONNAISE ANN PAGE (REG. & W/ONIONS BARBECUE SCE .3 1201. CAH 'LIMIT ,2 w/$7.50 y^\'^V^ FOOD ORDER CO MARVEL,SLICED;WHITE BRE»3 20 OZ. LOAVES JANE PARKER JANE PARKER JANE PARKER Frank & Sandwich Rolls .o 49« Frank & Sandwich Rolls .iiVoS /SI French Crumb Cake 99t JANE PARKER JANE PARKER JANE PARKER Apple Pie iic;69( Potato Chips T .oS9l Corn Chipi. 49 ^7 2% OR HOMOGINIZED GALLON SULTANA PORK«BFANS ciai93t A&P FROZEN,CHOPPED&LEAF SPINACH .l °P ?&5/$1.00 REGULARMARGARINE JIM DANDY DOG RATION B POLISH DILLS HEINZ PICKLES "rR59t PEANUT BUTTER CREAMY JIF • 28 OZ. JAR $1.33 1 9C 991 .'li'd$3.99 A&P"S ASST. FLAVORS CANNED DRINKS ?1S .\3/$1.0( 3S SAVE UP TO 30< EIGHT O CLOCK BEAN COFFEE .p amzE "b BAG EIGHT O'CLOCK BEAN COFFEE .p rmui t^^G, $2.79 cnuaon'W/l) Uare i«<»««blr f". THUIIUl>4 Limit I coupon Ml'tr VOorctfr •. MB. M JMi M M a M ^ 20< ANN PAGE MAYONNAISE > i33SCQQ 'J2o; JAR 69< PRlCgSINTHlSAOARWWmilTHRUIMy^^^^^ 1974. )TtM$ ^ * RgTAll OEAieRS. NOTRgSPONSiBlB FOR TY {*l >.OjRAPHlCAL ERRORS^.

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