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 - John J. Mitchelli justice of the peace of...
John J. Mitchelli justice of the peace of Duryea Borough and a veteran veteran of the World War; died Saturday afternoon at the U. S. "Veterans Hos - ;tftJ, OasUe Point,' N. Y. where he had bean reoerHnf treatment lor ib month. - The tSinaral will be Wed - r Ijmlsj morning at 9. o'clock from his boom, 308 Bennett street,. Duryea, tth a requiem maj to St. Joseph's Lttbuaaan R. C. Church id interment interment In the parish cemetery, where mtUUry cervices: 'M11. be conducted tf i JSrennan - RegSo - Post, American Ution, wnxn aeceasea was a filiated, - '. ' Mr. lsttchell was bom In Duryea 39 year ago and had - spent his entire life them, His parents, - the late Mr. an Mrs; . Jao:b Mitchell, came to this country from Lithuania many year ago and were among the first it ttieir aatlonalitv to settle in Dur - ja. ' Atf 'the outbreak of the World War - the sen enlisted in the army and served ten months In France with, toe 81st Division. In 1924 to was elected justice of the peace in Duryea and was re - elected in 1930, hiring had upwards of a year of hU second term to serve a', the time of h!a death. He was affiliated with Sreonan - Regan Post, American Legion, Legion, and the various men's societies of St. Joseph's Church. Surviving are his widow, the for mer Catherine Lazevnlk of Duryea two daughters, Betty and Grace; two Mars, Mrs. William Oillis, Duryea, and.MftV James Miller, Detroit; three .brothers, Joseph, Charles and Paul W,tebeB, Detroit. JOHN J. MITCHELL, DURYEA VETERAN, CUUMED BY DEATH

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  1. Pittston Gazette,
  2. 11 Nov 1935, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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