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formal W«**/ wood- low (Continued irom Page 13) HAKRY F. CAGE Harry Franklin Cage, 62, of was *. retfred B ° Railroad 506 Pennsylvania 'Avenue died conduct ° r ' He was a member yesterday at his residence after of the Br °^erhood of Ra'iJroad an illness of three.years. TramTM-* Born in Cumberland, he was 47A-HBA Memlyer Homes VISIT FOREST ACRES NOW CUSTOM BUILDEHS FREE ESTIMATES PHONE OV 9-97W FAILtNGER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY ' ChadeS ana Anna V. (Williams) Cage and Trainmen. Surviving are his widow, L. (Allen) Cage; a son,'William F. Cage, city; three daughters, Mrs. Joseph R. McGreevy, Co- lumbus, Ohio; Mrs. Joseph W Hemmis, city, and Mrs.' Janies Ruttler, Albuquerque, N.M.- two brothers, Claude and John Cfcge, city, and eight grandchil-

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  1. Cumberland Evening Times,
  2. 27 Jul 1967, Thu,
  3. Page 21

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