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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 2 Showbeat Survivors days numbered HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ever since Irwin Allen revealed that he was going o make a sequel to his monster hit, "The Poseidon the question has been how Dan they possibly do it? There were only a handful of survivors of that sinking 3hiQ. so what more can lappen? There's more security around Allen's office than in the snack bar at the Pentagon but I have an inside tip on the plot Father's Day Ideas Yardley Men's Cologne Old Spice Colognes Father's Day Greeting Cards McCaffrey's Drug Store" 13th N. Ml. 327-3449 Mon. thru Sal. to t Allen's writers are shipping up. You won't believe it. The gimmick they're now working on is this: The new film will open up where the first one ended, with the handful of survivors being lifted off the Poseidon's hulk by helicopter. They are then taken to Italy and put aboard a train to go through the Alps to Paris. In the Simplon Tunnel through the Alps, the train is blocked when an avalanche closes it off. The Poseidon survivors, and the others on the train, have to fight their way out. This should do for trains what "The Poseidon Adventure" did for ships. The third version will probably give equal time to zeppelins. Angela Lansbury knocked 'em dead when she came back to Hollywood in a lavish new production of "Gypsy" at the Shubert Theater in Century City. I thought she sang beautifully but that her interpretation of the role was over brassy. Everybody else seemed to think she was perfect. ANGELALANSBURY The Rug Drapery Shoppe JUNE SPECIALS! 32413th Street N. Phone 329-0712 SAVE on REMNANTS ana ROLL ENDS LINOLEUM 649 sq. yd. Patterned or Plain CMHC Approved Many New Patterns in Stock RUBBER BACKED CARPET 799 sq. yd. Patterned Kitchen Carpet INSTALLED COMPLETE OVER 60 ROLLS OF CARPET TO CHOOSE FROM! CONTRACTORS AND HOUSE BUILDERS We offer complete installation ol CARPET LINOLEUM TILE DRAPERIES "SPACE POWER" CARPET Special 7 sqyd. Heavy Plush Rubber Backed Ideal 1or Bedrooms and Rumpus Rooms CARPET I 49 sq. yd. VPB 12 Solid color Shag Plush Installed over heavy Terms to suit your budget Installation Free estimates large or small Out of town call collect Drop In And Meet Cathie Woodal, Manageress of Our Drapery Department She is well qualified to assist you in the choice of any drapery requirements. She welcomes all foimer customers, friends, and acquaintances to see her at THE RUG DRAPERY SHOPPE Festival supported The need of a continuing youth orchestra festival in Canada was expressed recently in Banff at a national conference of conductors, administra- tors, and musicians Doug Lauchlan, vice- president of student services at Calgary's Mount RoyaJ, College, chaired the two-day meeting held at the Banff of Fine Arts. The conference covered all facets of the youth orchestras' training including touring and funding. The festival, sponsored jointly by the Banff Centre and Mount Royal College, involved youth orchestras from Vancouver, Regina, New Brunswick, St. Catharines, London, and Calgary. Including musicians, counsellors and conductors, over 400 people participated in the program. Mornings 5 55 O) Thought for the Day 6 00