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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Hoiidayers grounded as travel tour flops VANCOUVER (CP) A Ira-' vel promotion organization has closed its doors in Vancouver, leaving scores o! would-be liol- idayers grounded and out of pocket. The debacle invo'yin" dian Tourpak was disclosed by Vince E. Forbes, cxccuv..o vice-president of the Better Business Bureau, who re- ceived complaints from disap- pointed travellers. Detective Robert Engler seiz- ed documents of the company end investigated its operaiion. tie said his investigation reveal- ed that the firm was without assets except for a few hundred dollars and that it had closed doors. Calls to a telephone number listed for the firm were answered with an out-of-service recording. John Dale, president of Can- adian Tourpak, acknowledged SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST" In Techni- color Starring Henry Fonda, Jason Robards and Gabriele Ferzclti. Wednesday, June 7, show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BILLY JACK" In Color. Starring Tom Laughlin and Dolores Taylor. Wednesday, June 7, show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "CARRY ON UP THE KHYBER" In Color. Starring Sidney James, Kenneth Williams and the "Carry On Wednesday, June 7, show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "BLACK BEAUTY" In Color. The story of a boy and a horse Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, June 7, 8 and 9 Wednesday shows at and p.m. Family. hat its affairs were "in a state of limbo" and said that with he books seized any informa- ion on the closure would have :o come from tho police. He added, however, that Ca- nadian Tourpak had been look- ing for "an injection of capital' and still hoped to resume oper- aiion. Mr. Engler said a May 19 weekend trip to Reno, for which 99 persons had paid each was cancelled. His investigation indicated Hie company was unable to charter an aircraft for lack of cash and had tried unsuccess- fully to book Reno hotel rooms. He said the company also tned without success to get a bank loan on the day the flight was scheduled. Mr. Engler said the docu ments he had seized indicated the firm had taken about in deposits from 87 persons planning to lake a Hawaii trip on July 1 and an undetermined amount from members of the Chinese community here and at Calgary planning to go to Hong Kong June 27. POPULAR BOOK AMSTERDAM (AP) A re- port on environmental control, prepared under the direction of Prof. Dennis Meadows of the Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology, has become a best seller in the Netherlands. Meadows said more lhan copies were sold in two months. WHICH SCENE WILL YOU MAKE THIS SUMMER? Try Dancing Not communicating? Try It. Dancing brings you togelher emotion- ally and physKQly. This vocation be pre- pared to meet new, exciting people that would love to be your friends. Let our ex- pert instructors show you the best "fun" insurance available. buffalo vaccinated FORT SMITH, N.W.T. (CP) _ A record butallo were vaccinated against anthrax dur- ing a weekend operation In Wood Butfalo National Park, the park superintendent, Tom Smith, said here. Mr. Smith said about animals were rounded up in the park's corrals but calves and yearlings were not vaccinated against the disease. He said the animals treated were those having the most con- centrated range and most sus- ceptible to the disease which can attack the lungs and gas- trointestinal tract. Often prov- ing fatal in cattle and sheep, anthrax can he conlacted by humans. The previous record round- up in the fight to immunize the lark's herd was animals Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT 101 Dalmatians" Swiss Family Robinson" Last Complete Show Matinee Tuesday CINEMA "The Godfather" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 'Concert for Bangladesh" Last Complete Show OREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Reincarnate" "Say Hello to Yesterday" One Complete Show Wednesday, Jtin. 7, 1972 TH( ItrHMIDGl H1RAID 7 Elect officers QUEBEC