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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE 3 Refugee from the Nazis, Victor Borge reaches summit Philosophy of the 4unmelancholy JL By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) When he sits down at the piano, ev- erybody laughs, then is stilled by his magic. Victor Borge, the "unmelan- choly was already the Noel Coward of his native Denmark in 1941 when, a refu- gee from the Nazis, he ar- rived in New York virtually penniless and unable to speak English. For months he lived on 25 cents a day while haunting mov.e houses and learned the language listening to films. New 64, wealthy and world- famous, tempered by time and by hardships, is at the summit of his He gives 150 or more concerts a year. In Iiis own words, here is the philosopher at the piano, in an luncheon inter- view: been an enormous and experience to live through things that couldn't did. "Life is a gift. To me every morning is a new life. "It should be compulsory to confront some of the miseries of this go through a children's hospital once a week, to open our windows and see what is really going on. We should see the corners of our society. This may not solve our problems, but we will be at least aware of them. "It is to be expected that the unexpected will happen. Things change. But it has taken a lifetime to achieve certain standards. It is not easy voluntarily to throw away one's standards over- night just to accommodate change. "I believe in defensive liv- ing. Expect the worst because that is expectable, but be deeply grateful when tilings go right. What confidence it Comedy special snipes at Canada "Never turn your back on a says the liontamer in the opening sketch of a half-hour comedy special called The Clesscm T. Goodhue Show to be preserted on CBC television Saturday. May 19 at p.m. In fact, the lixntamer's ad- vioe holds true for the entire show, lest you miss seeing E. Goodhue, Marvin GoWhar and Steve Western, plus a suppoiryng cast of Bruce Rogers, Earl Cameron, Valri BromTield, Dan Aykroyd, Kenny Wells and Ron Meras- ka. The E. Goodhue Show was produced by writer- comedian Lome Michaels for the CUC. Clesson E. Goodhue is for real. He is a retired in- come tax official living in Ot- tawa, fbome of most of the big guns in the income tax depart- ment. He is also a professional actor who has appeared in many TV commercials. The show is a series of sketches, most prominent be- ing E Clown, a film story about Canada's penchant for dullness. Marvin Goldhar, who plays the liontamer in the opening sketch, also plays the clown. Steve Wbston plays the cop whose job it is to rehabilitate clowns into acting normally, as other Canadians do, CBC announcer Bruce Rogers starts out on an urgent CBC News bulletin, only to digress into a discussion of his person' al problems, while announcer Bo'l Cameron runs a school. The closing sketch is a takeoff on the CBC television in this case, it'i the National Humor Test. takes to tell a friend we shall see him a week from Monday. How dare we? "If you escape disappoint- ment, be deeply don't expect that's the way it is supposed to be. "You should not be allowed to drive a car until you can take one apart and put it to- gether. EARN WHAT YOU GET "You ought to have to earn whatever you get. Money should not enable you to buy it. "Laughter is as important as anything in life. With a lighter mind you don't weigh so much. "I like yellow-colored things because they are sunny and smiling. I seldom use green inside the house, because there is so much of it outside in nature. "I like home kitchen smells, hut I like the odors of any thing that has done me good hospitals. "I don't like being the vic- tim of something mechanical inflicted on me and not of my own choosing, such as air- plane music. But once I rode up and down in an elevator for 18 minutes listening to a Brahms concerto. "I dislike people who have no sense of humor, because I do not know what to say to them. It is like playing tennis alone. "Everything we do is done for a purpose. Nothing is auto- matic. "I know so much perhaps I should run for president." FOR EQUITY PROPERTY I We offer a confidential loan service at our office or in the privacy of the customer's home NO CO-SIGNERS PAYMENTS TAILORED TO CUSTOMER'S BUDGET NO OBLIGATION ALL CHARGES CLEARLY STATED LOANS CAN BE PREPAID AT ANY TIME LOANS ALSO MADE ON EQUITY IN AGREEMENTS FOR SALE NORMAN J. GIESBRECHT Mid-City Loans for: 1. Debt Consolidation 4. Major Purchases 2. Home Improvements 5. Vacations 3. Business Capital 6. Any worthwhile purpose. For Confidential Appointments Call 329-0556 Out-of-town inquiries welcome Evenings and Weekends Phone 328-OOO5 MID-CITY MORTGAGE CO. LTD. 1265-3rd Avenue South LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. 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