Express and News from San Antonio, Texas on December 12, 1965 · Page 111
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PAGE 6 Sunday, Dec. )2, 7965 EXPRESS and NEWS Star Can Now Laugh About His Strange Texas Honeymoon By EIISKINE JOHNSON HOLLYWOOD -- The bride was a socialite fashion edilor or one of the nation's foremost magazines for women. The bridegroom was . . . well, read on. The marriage vows were siiid in a famous New York cathedral. There was a reception for more than a thousand Riiesfs, some of whom flew TV Movies In Color (LOCAL) Wednesday 10:30 p.m., Ch. 12-- "Joseph and His Brethren," with Geoffrey Home, Robert M or ley. Friday 8 p.m., Ch. 5 -- "Take the High Ground," with Richard Widmark, Karl Maiden, Ituss Tiimblyii. FACTORY SERVICE ON · RONSON SHAVERS AND LIGHTERS- WESTCLOX CLOCKS AND WATCHES . . . We Service All Othor Makei, Too! AZTEC JEWELERS STREET FLOOR-AZTEC BIDG. 24! W. COMMERCE STREET in from France and Greece just for the occasion. Sa where did the newlyweds spend their honeymoon? Well, one night was spent on a bus in Texas, traveling from Austin to Houston. The next day and night were spent with Ihe bridegroom's aunt, uride, their nine children and a hundred or so other relatives who dropped by (hiring the afternoon for colfee and lo meet the bride. Can Laugh Now "That's where Beatrice became emotionally unhinged," laughs Mark Miller who stars as Jim Nash on NBC-TV's "Please Don't Eat the Daisies" series. He can laugh about it now only because it all happened six years ago. Beatrice Ammidown, t h e fashion editor lie married during two days off while starring in a stage road company of "The Dark at the Top of the Slairs" can laugh about it now. loo. jRuggles First Was 'Old Man' HOLLYWOOD -- fhatles Rugglcs, who has teen appearing on television shows like "Tite Munslers," " T h e Andy Griffith Show" and "He- witched," got his first acting job in 1006 in "Nathan Hale." lie was supposed to play a juvenile, but he smeared so much makeup on himself thai be was cast as an elderly man instead. "It look me six years of playing old men to" develop into a juvenile," he said "She tells people," Mark reported, ''that there's nothing like a honymoon on a bus in Texas. But really it wasn't funny at all at Hie time. I couldn't help il, though. 1 was stuck in t h a t play, with only two clays o f f . Happily, t h e tour ended in San Francisco, w h e r e we finally escaped from my Texas relatives." Today Mrs. Miller still works part time for a national magazine from her home in Los Angeles where she a n d Mark are raising two daughters Marisa, 3, ami Penelope, 1. "Daisies' 1 is Mark Miller's second scries. First IVns No Good "The f i r s t ("Gucstward Ho") was such a bomb (I wound up playing a straight matt for an Indian) that I swore I'd never do another series. That was four years ago. I've always thought that a domestic comedy could not do anything for an actor's career. But I fought for this series. It's Ihe kind of comedy I spent 13 years learning on t h e stage. ' The lime is r i a n t , ioo, be- THE LASTING G5FT GIVE YOUR FAMILY A LOWREY "STARJET" YOURS TO ENJOY FOR 09 JUST BUY ON EASY TERMS SEE * HEAR * ENJOY THE "HOLIDAY" VIRTUOSO "FOUR KEYBOARD" ORGAN A Lowrey Exclusive O ONLY $1395 (Nogalitos South Expressway) CA 7-0458 · CA 7 cause of the sudden dearth of good family comedy on television. With Dick Van Dyke and Donna Reed in their last season -- and with reports that Ozzie and Harriet may not be back -- I think we have a good chance for a long run. We have tlic kind of show families like." A Houston lad, Mark spent three years in college si inly- ing to be an architect. "But I was always so terrible at math," he explains, "t h a t when I took dramatics for an extra easy credit in my senior year, I got so hooked by acting t h a t I couldn't go back lo the drawing board." 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