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ALL EDITIONS CofC endorses bond issue Fa " d '1? c , 01 ±! 8io , n Twcsonon drowns in Pena Blanca Lake Phoenix Chamber of Co<hmerce, after unanimous action by its executive committee, has come out in favor of She $177.4 million city bond issue to be voted on Tuesday. the chamber, which helped secure designation of Sky Hafibor Airport as an international port of entry, noted that about two - thirds of the bond issue is earmarked for revenue bonds for the airport and for city water facilities. Sam Mardian former Phoenix mayor and vice president of the chamber's business and government division, said: "If planned, orderly growth is to continue, it Js essential that the services and improvements authorized by the bond issue be provided." Sen. Paul J, Ftohin, ft- Ariz., has been appointed to the National Parks Centennial Commission, Which wifl work on plans for an Observance in 1972 of the beginning of the national park movement. Yellowstone National Park is the oldest in existence and was established in 1872. The commission will include four senators, four House members, the secretary of the Interior, and six Citizens. NOOALES -The body of a 20 - year - eld Tucson man was recovered from Pena Blanca Lake yesterday, three hours after he disappeared while swimming on a family outing, the Santa Cruz County sheriffs office said. Carlos Soto, 20, of 3952 E. 32nd St., who was swimming near Big Thumb, had crossed to the opposite shore, 100 yards distant, and started to return when he apparently was seized by cramps, Santa 14 MILLION ESTATE FILED SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Robert Watt Miller, a civic leader and businessman, left an estate valued at $4,365,804, an appraisal filed in Superior Court revealed yesterday. Cruz Sheriff Zeke Bejarano said. The lake is approximately 15 feet deep at the point where he sank. Survivors include Soto's father, Ricardo F. Soto who was a member of the family picnic outing at ttie lake 15 miles northwest of Nogales, and his mother, Mrs. Alicia Figueroa, now a'Resident 6f Los Angeles. Shop Sears Phoenix or Scottsdale for Fine Funiiture" THERE'S A IIG IEAUTIFUL WORLD OUTSIDE with a folding wheelehlff from— PHOENIX 277-5744 724 W. Indian TUCSON 7*5.8480 4721 I. The. Arizona Republic PTwcttix, Sm>., Aug. 16,1979 B-3 CALL 955-9091 Read the sound advice of Dear Abby 6 Superbly crafted and styled sofas NOW AT SPECIAL SAVINGS J Sears SALE PRICE in effect for 3 days only See Sears Complete Line Of Decorator Home Furnishings ... There's a Style and Price Sure to Please You! Pick the size sofa you need demi sofa full size sofa Use Sears Easy Payment Plan SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back Sears SEA88, ROEBUCK AND CO. rt , w PHOENIX STORE 20th Street and East Camelbsck Rd. Phone 263-4141 Open Monday thru Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 9:15p.m.- Sunday 12 Noon to 5 P.M. SAVE $20 to 70 Contemporary SLEEK PILLOW-BACK STYLING Simulated pillow back sola lias a combination solid and striped cover. Walnut finished wood trim on arm posts. SVa-in. seroi'oam seat cushions are wrapped with Kodel*. SAVE $30 Regular $249.95 SAVE $20 on Demi Sofa to match. Regular $199.95 SAVE $20.pn a Chair to match. Regular $139.95 219 88 179 88 119 88 Colonial EARLY AMERICAN STYLING Comfortable attached pillow backs with flared arm and wing. Salem Maple finish on wood trim. Upholstered in 100% nylon cover in red olive and gold. SAVE $70 Regular $329.95 SAVE $40 on Demi Sofa to match. Regular $239,95 SAVE $40 on a Chair to match. Regular $189.95 259 199 88 149 88 Traditional DECORATOR-INSPIRED SOFA Luxurious sofa with stain-resistant rayon and cotton matelasse cover. Back cushions are reversible with outline quilting on one side. Heavy density Sero- foam cushion inserts. SAVE $40 Regular $339.95 SAVE $30 on Demi Sofa to match. Regular $249.95 SAVE $20 on a Chair to match. JRegular $169.95 299 88 219 88 149 88 Direct Dept, Phones; Phoenix 263-4401 Scottsdale 263.4601 SCOTTSDALE STORE... Los Arcps Mall East McDowell and Scottsdale Rd. Phone 263-5555 Open Monday thru Saturday 9:30 a. m. to 9:15 p.m. Sunday 12 Noon to 5 P.M.