FAIRFAX, Va. -- Travel agent arbiter William McGee ordered the
following agencies to return any remaining ticket stock and plates
to the Airlines Reporting Corp.:
* A Discovery Travel Center Inc. of Oklahoma City, which the
arbiter said failed to pay for a dishonored sales draft worth $961
and to submit sales reports.
* AIA Travel Service Inc. of Riverdale, Md., which McGee said
lost ARC accreditation in October for failing to pay a default in
* Diana E. Murray (doing business as Travel Free Travel Agency)
of Miami, which McGee said lost ARC accreditation in October.
* Doyle W. Dewoody (doing business as Travel Quest) of Little
Rock, Ark., which McGee said voluntarily relinquished ARC
accreditation in October and accounted for all but 49 tickets.
* Eduardo Galvan (doing business as Elegant Traveler) of
Paterson, N.J., which McGee said lost ARC accreditation in October
for failing to reply to an ARC notice asking whether it abandoned
its authorization location.
An agency executive said the tickets were in the bank and asked
McGee to hold the firm's accreditation in abeyance until it
relocates to a new building. McGee, however, said termination was
automatic when the agency failed to reply to ARC's notice.
He said the firm can reapply for accreditation when "a new
location is actually in place."
* Janet D. Lemmons, General Partner (doing business as Classic
Travel) of Temple, Texas, which McGee said lost ARC accreditation
* Jeff S. Waterson (doing business as Dry Creek Travel Center)
of San Jose, Calif., which McGee said failed to pay $14,867 for
* London Town Inc. (doing business as Penthouse Travel) of Fort
Lauderdale, Fla., which McGee said lost ARC accreditation in
* Manara Travel Agency of Washington, which McGee said
voluntarily relinquished ARC accreditation and did not account for
all its tickets.
* Remedios Poblete (doing business as Agape Travel) of Houston,
which McGee said lost ARC accreditation in October.