what we big commitments the worsened of the ac- Two Visitors Shoot Man A Redwood-City man was and wounded by two visitors his home yesterday afternoon, contribution police report. Police Detective Sgt. Roger Binkley said the victim, John Lilly, 23, a carpenter, 1075 Haven Avenue, will be questioned concerning a quantity of marijuana and $1000 found in the home by investigating officers. Lilly is reported in good condition at Kaiser Hospital he underwent surgery for wounds in the left arm. Binkley said that Lilly had been shot by a small-caliber weapon, possibly a .22 pistol, shortly before 2 p.m. The victim's wife, Carole Anne, 23, told Policeman F. Whitehead that as she leaving the house to take papers to Taft School where is editor of the P-TA news bulletin, -two men were arriving the home. As she approached the door after return-ing a few minutes later, Mrs. Lilly said, heard a ".pop" like the a firecracker from inside the house. She opened the door, woman related, and was one of the visitors to "Come in, baby." The frightened wife dashed across the street to the Mrs. Sandra Touchatt, 28,': 1074 Haven. As she ran tip the 1 porch of the Touchatt she heard a second report her home, Mrs. Lilly .told Whitehead. The two men she had earlier ran from, the house, of them shouting, "Let's hell out of here," Mrs. Lilly said. Lilly followed the men from the the j side O f his body, a neighbor told police. in made by contribution the facts Mrs. Touchatt drove Lilly the hospital where attendants called police. Whitehead said he and Edward A. Tennis found a plastic packet of marijuana on dresser in a bedroom. Also the dresser, the officer reported, was a plastic case containing $1,000 currency in $100, $20 and $10 bills. Binkley that two other plastic bags containing marijuana were a box on the back porch.