San Gabriel Ri-er. 15 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles. It was a misty morning, but traffic was humming along •near the 65 miles-per-hour speed limit when river-bottom fog suddenly blotted visibility. No one knows yet who triggered the first crash, but highway patrolmen suspect it was a motorist, panicked by the fog, who slammed on his brakes. The car behind hit his, and the one behind hit that. The freeway turned to a' mass of screeching, careening cars as traffic crashed and slammed to a halt. Highway patrolman William Davis plunged his patrol car into the fog, collided with an auto spinning out of control ahead of him, and came to a stop unhurt, held in by his safety harness. Many of the victims suffered neck whiplash injuries from rear-end collisions. , How many separate accidents were there? "We won't know until all the reports are in," said Mills. "That may take days." Hello, World! Mr. and Mrs. Edward Antonuk of Lake wood, Ohio, formerly of Clearfield, are the parents of an 8-pound, 13-ounce boy born at 3:55 today in the Lakewood Hospital. Mrs. Anton uk is the former Deloris Adniskey of Curwensville. acid indigestion? Stop it right away with T'JMS antacid tablets. Today's good tasting TUMS are fortified- speed soothing, high potency relief , . . neutralize alj excess acid . . . release you from the grip of an acid-irritated stomach — completely, gently, on the spot. Wouldn't you like that? Ouickly effective, high potency relief 3 roll pack-30$ « Thurston. He is survived by three brothers, Cyrus, Nial and Wilmer, all of Clearfield. Private funeral services will be held tomorrow from the Bennett Funeral Home with the Rev. A. H. Owens officiating. Interment will be in Crown Crest Memorial Park. MRS. MARY M. FLEGAL Mrs. Mary Margaret Flegal, 87, of Clearfield R. D.. widow of Harvey C. Flegal, died Saturday at 4:45 p. m. in Clear Haven. Born at Woodland March 3, 1878, she was a daughter of the late John and Mary Elizabeth MacBlain. She was a member of the West Side Methodist Church. Surviving are a son, Marion M. Flegal of Clearfield; a daughter, Mrs. Holland (Betty) Lawhead of Camden, Del.; and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2 p. m. from the Fred B. Leavy Funeral Home with the Rev. Willis W. Willard officiating. Interment will be in the Bigler Cemetery. Friends will be received in the funeral home after 7 p. m. today and until the hour of service tomorrow. Friends are requested to omit flowers. WILLIAM J CUETARA William J. Cuetara, 75, of 418 Nichols St. Clearfield, died yesterday evening in the Clearfield Hospital. A son of the late Frank and Agnes (Picard) Cuetara, he was born June 21, 1890, at Osceola Mills. He was a retired conductor of the New York Central Railroad and a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and the Third Ward Fire Co. He is survived by his wife, the former Emma Johnson; a daughter, Mrs. John (Betty Jean) Bogart of Erie; two grandchildren; and these .sisters: Mrs. Isiac (Helen) Irwin, Jersey Shore; Mrs.Harold (Margaret) Robison, Camp Hill; and Mrs. Ted (Agnes) Dixon, Clearfield. Mrs. Cooper was born Oct. 7, 1889, at Philadelphia, a daughter of the late Ludwig and Rose (Brensinge'r) Keller. She was a member of the Tabernacle Lutheran Church of Philadelphia. Besides her daughter, she is survived by two sons, Thomas J. of Broomall and Raymond S. of Folcroft; ten grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Hannah Metzer of Vincentown, N. J. Funeral services will b'e held Thursday at Philadelphia with interment in the Mount Peace Cemetery there. Arrangements are in charge ,of the Fred B. Leavy Funeral'Home at Clearfield. JAMES E. RAFFERTY GRAMPIAN — James Edwin Rafferty, 86, of Grampian R. D., Penn Township, died today at 12:05 a. m. in the Clearfield Hospital. A son of John W. and Anne (Shields) Rafferty, he was born March 4, 1879, in Penn Township. He was a miner and farmer by occupation and a member of St. Bonaventure's Roman Catholic Church. , Surviving are the following children: Mrs. Agnes Clark, Reynoldsville; John W., Mrs. John (Cecelia) Clapsaddle, Mrs. Smith (Mary) McKenrick and Mark A., all of Grampian R.D.; Mrs. Herbert (Rose) Vroman and Mrs. Sam (Bernadette) Kaido, both of Sharon Springs, N. Y.; James P., SykesviHe; also 48 grandchildren and 53 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, the former Mary Keenan, who died in April 1963, his parents, a son Ralph, three infants, three sisters and . five brothers. Requiem Mass will be said Wednesday at 10 a. m. from St. Bonaventure's Church with the Rev. Edmund Carroll officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends will be received in the Russell H. Lininger Funeral Home at Curwensville the Fred B. Home uatil tomorrow. MRS. LEON OSCEOLA L. Rapsey, former resident died yesterday Francis Hospital A daughter Elizabeth was born at 13, 1898. She Leon Rapsey, native, who died A daughter, Margaret Wetzel and one with the sisters: Mrs. Dunmore; Erie; Mrs. Wilton, Mass.; Moerschbacher,' Md.; Edward, J. J. O'Brien, and Raymond Mills. Friends will the Heath tomorrow evening afternoon and will be recited p. m. Funeral Wednesday at Immaculate Catholic Church Robert T. Dempsey Interment will cemetery. Trapeze 40 Feet Of MIAMI, Fla. spectators performer Greta feet _ straight her husband scene. "I caught told his wife, trapeze in a but failed to she had turned. Bandsmen ,rd the crowd an ovation.