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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta HOLLAND'S DRAPERY SHOP Largest Display Of DRAPERY MATERIALS In Western Canada 325 - 7tb St. S. Ph. 327-4475 The Lethbrtdge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE Launderette  31 washers  17 dryers 3 Ave. & 12 St. B S. (Open 24 hrs. every day) THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1973. LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24 TO FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 7 973 The Demon Barber of Fleet St. Barry Morse as Sweeney Todd - The Demon Barber of Fleet St., the chilling opening play in the series Purple Playhouse Sun day, February 25 at 9:00 p.m., on CBC-TV. Aime Murray to try England, U.S.; accomplished all she can in Canada TORONTO (CP) - Singer Anne Murray says she has accomplished all she can in Canada. "So I'm going to try England and I'm going to try the U.S.," says the Springhill, N.S., girl who already has one gold record for selling a million copies of one song. Snowbird, the hit was called, and with it her career snowballed. But Miss Murray, despite her success, fiss no illusions about her ventures outside Canada. "I may not make a great impression in this business but I can assure you that I'll make some kind of a dent on it." If her current schedule is any indicrAion, Miss Murray already has. She appeared on the U.S. Johnny Carson TV show Friday night, did a concert at Toronto's Massey Hall Sunday, and goes to Los Angeles Monday to act as hos+ at a country music TV special. She also faces a Toronto recording session, and the taping of her second CBC-TV special of the season. Then in April she tours England with singer Glen Campbell. But she has refused pleas of her U.S. agent to move to Los Angeles even t'nough she says "maybe I could have had five hits by now." And she no longer accepts every offer that comes her way, not since "crazy 1971" when she finished a tour of Western Canada in Vancouver, having to take tranquillizers. "I didn't even have a manager. I was handling all the bookings myself, all the money aiid I was even doing the accounts." Pollution nee massive cleanup but who will pay? To many Canadians, pollution control and cleaning up to restore some of our already-despoiled environmental quality is shaping up as our major national issue of the decade. Effects of man's unconcern for his natural surroundings have been evident for decades; now, in the light of widespread concern for man's somewhat doubtful future in a ravaged world, we have reached the action stage. But who will pay for this massive cleanup? And who will profit? Just how much can we afford to invest in preserving our environment? And just how clean do we have to be? Or want to be? On Tuesday, Feb. 27 at 10 p.m., CBC Television presents a hard-hitting dollars-and-cents "inventory" of the cost of this massive project, on Our Costly Cleanup, an hour-long TV special investigating the cures, costs and effects of restoring our environment. A CBC-Financial Post co-production, the program places a dollar value on fighting pollution in six critical areas of our country's industry. Research has shown that in many cases, it may be 10 times as costly to Lome Greene hosts all-new circus show A variety of world-famous acts perform in the all-new "Highlights of Ringling Bros, and Barnum and Bailey Circus," starring Lome Greene as host and Gunther Gebel-Willi-ams in a series of acts, to be colorcast as a "Bell System Family Theatre" special on the NBC Television Network Sunday, Feb. 25 at 5:30 p.m. on channel 9, Great Falls. The program of selected highlights of the 103rd edition of the Greatest Show on Earth also features pre - recorded commentary by circus stars giving an insight into their acts as they are being seen on screen. RADIO COSTS UP The cost of programs, distribution and transmission of CBC Radio service amounted to more than $4 million in 1972, an increase of about nine per cent over the cost for the previous year. eliminate 75 per cent of a contaminant as it will be to clean up 50 per cent. How much can we afford? The special makes an extensive examination of several of Canada's major industries: automobile manufacturing, pulp-and-paper production, mining and smelting are among those explored. These industries, singled out for strict pollution control by governments, faced with the prospect of cleaning up or closing down, have responded-in different ways. Our Costly Cleanup examines current claims tl:�t a higher level of unemployment will result in fighting pollution. Many companies can afford to absorb the cost of cleaning up; others are in a position to pass the cost along to the consumer; but some find themselves in a two-way squeeze, between absorbing the added costs or raising prices, resultng in the elimination of their goods from highly competitive markets. But cleaning up doesn't always have to be a losing proposition. One, large mining-refining firm in British Columbia has proven this, and in so doing, created jobs. Efforts to reduce sulphur pollution turned into a new fertilizer busineM. TYSON GUEST - 'The lovely Jcannie C. Riley and The Homesteaders guest star on "The Ian Tyson Show" Tuesday, February 27, at 9:30 p.m. on the CTV Television Network. RECORD OF THE WEEK ALBERT HAMMOND IT NEVER RAfMS M 1972 MUMS RECORDS Record Dep?. STORE HOURS: Open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 530 p.m., Th urs. and Fri. until 9 p.m. Centra Village Mat!. Telephone 328-9231 ;