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S. and L. Dea E. A. G David A. of of A. Arizona border. Seven persons were wounded or injured by flying glass as the sniper drove up beside other cars and fired into them. HEATH NOTICES GARDBTTO -- In So. Lake'Tahoe, Call*., March 19, 1975, John Gar- dottc, betoved husband of Helen GcirdcMo of \San Viateo, devoted fo*hef of John'Pau 1 ' Garootto o* Redwood City, Mrs. Joanne Kiilrron of San Mateo, and Mrs. Linda Cameron of Geyierville- Calif.; loving brother of James Gardetto of Carmichae!, Michael Gardetto of Union City, Mrs. Ma'-ga'-et Peiliz;er of Redwood City, Mrs. Angie Rossi of San Mateo' and Mrs. Rose Brandolina of Sunnyvale; loving grandfather of James and John Kinrnon of San Mateo, Lrsa and Gina Gardetto of Redwood City. A native of Lyra, Texas. Memoer o* Aerie No. 440, F. O. Eagles of San Mafeo. Funeral Services wiH be conducted Monday, March 24, 1975, at 8:30 a.m. Irom the Patterson O'Conneti Chapel by the Wayside, 1311 So. Et Camino Real San Mateo, thence to St. Gregory's Church, 140 2ftth Ave., San Mateo, for. a Mass of Christian Burial commencing at 9:00 a.m. Interment, St. John's Cemetery, San Mateo. The Rosary wiH be recited Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the above Chapet, STAHL - In Redwood City, March 20,' 1975, Margaret Sfanl, loving mother of M^s. Beti Wlltiarts of Palo Alto; tov ; ng S'Ster c*. Mrs. Thetma Covii' of San Mateo; roving grandmother of Bruce WiMiams of Palo Alto. A native of Stockton, Cal'.f. Aged 79 years. Memorial services wilt be conducted Saturday, March 22. 1975 at 4:00 p.m. at the First Congregational Churcn of San Mateo. Services under tno d ; rect'on of the Sneider Sullivan Funeral Home, 977 Soutn El Camino Real, San Mateo. Private Inurnment. Contributions to the Heart Association preferred. ' IN MEMOR1AM ~ BROWN, DAVID P. - In loving mem- cry of my dear njsBand who passed away a year ago 1oday. Love always, Owen. --- The bill establishes a JOHN GARDETTO f o r n A Mass of Christian Burial will be said on Monday for 66, of 3046 San Mateo, John Gardetto, Del Monte St., who died on Wednesday at South Lake Tahoe of a heart attack. A native of Lyra. Texas, he had lived here for 50 y e a r s and had been employed as a gardener for the Burliname Country Club for 18 years. He was a member of No. 440. Fraternal Order of Eagles of San Mateo. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Helen Gardetto of San Mateo, a son, John Paul Gardetto of Redwood City; two daughtes, Mrs. Joanne Killmonof San Mateo and Mrs. Linda Cameron of Geys e r v i l l e ; t w o James Cardetto of Carmichael and Michael Gardetto of Union City; three sisters, Mrs. Angie Rossi of San Mateo. Mrs. Margaret Pel- lizzer of Redwood City and Mrs. Rose Brandolina of Sunnyvale. of romance arrived Services will Begin at 8:30 a.m. from the Patterson O'Conrtel Funeral Home. mass will be at St. gregory's Catholic Church at 9 a.m. Interment will be in St. -John's Cemetery. The rosary will be recited Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at the mortuary chapel. Melvin Hugs.