Clipped From The Post-Standard
Miss John nephew. I Peter J, Rudy, wler, Is Dead tomorrow Cathedral Peter J. Hudy of 209 Oswego St., widely known in bowling circles, died last night in St, Joseph's Hospital after a short Illness, Illness, He was an employe of Process Gear Corp. and a member member of its social club* Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Mary Rudy; live sisters, Miss Mary Rudy, Miss Nell Rudy, Dr., ie !Carmen Camnolo and Mrs. Joseph Pretko, all of Syracuse, and Mrs. Benjamin Yezer of Silver Springs, McL; three brothers, John and tad'i"?* Â»"Â«*Â«.. SJTMTMÂ« and M* VÂ« ** v^ | iÂ«Uh Â» f Â·Â· jf T t Fayetteville j filing" hours wiU^be widow 10 today and 2 to 4 and 7 to p.m* tomorrow at the Giminski n c r a l H Arrangements daughter. Mrs.; i n ] t are incomplete.