Clipped From Alton Evening Telegraph
Rintoul Funeral To Be Thursday JERSEYVILLE, July 12— (Spe- sial)—'Funeral services for Mrs. iattie Ray Rinloul, 71, wife of Sdward Rintoul, supervisor of Elah township, will be held Thurs- lay afternoon from the Melville church at 2 o'clock. Interment will 'be in the Valhalla cemetery. The Rev. William A. Steinkruus, laslor of the Jerseyville Baptist church, will officiate, Mrs. Rintoul died at her home on the' AKon-Jci.icyf.jji! I'oun 1.1 1:15 p. m. Tuttjco •. She was the daughter of the ale Henry and Mary Lucas Poison and was born Feb. 1, 1868, at Astoria, 111. For the past 50 years she has made her home in Jersey County. Mrs. Rintoul became 111 iri June, 1935, and since that time has been an invalid. Band Concert at Bethalto Tonight BETHALTO, July 12 (Special)— :he band concert to be presented at 8 o'clock this evening In the park by the school band under the direction of Miss Margaret Glower will feature the pupils of the Heitman Dance Studio of Alton who are under the supervision of Miss Doris Martini of St. Louis. The program .will include tap dancing, acrobatics, and toe, dancing, and the pupils participating are Mary Alma Mueller, Eugenia Ho' ber. Ton! liribal, Nora Ann Good- rich, Norma Joyce, June Smith, Nancy Baxssee, Norman Jean Medhurst, Patty Wllkening and Joan Cresswell. •*.- Ulster May Remobilize One Man Regiment BELFAST, Ireland OP) — Ulster's recently disbanded one man regiment may .be remobillzed under Britain's rearmament program. The "North Irish Horse" rank and file were disbanded alter the World War. Us officers retired one by one, until Sir Ronald'Ross, British member of.parliament for Lon- donderryi was It only active member. He retired a few years back. Now with the regiment's revival likely, he may redon his uniform as honorary major. Expedition May Solve Lost Ship Mystery MIAMI, Fla.' MPI--TWO mystifying blank pages in Navy records will be reduced to one if an expedition now working off the Isle of Pines, Cuba, meets with success. The group believes it has discovered the wreck of the U. S, S. Albany, a warship vanished at sea in 1854. Yet to be solved is the equally mysterious disappearance of the Navy's collier, th<J- Cyclops, in 1907. Waldo Logan, Chicago business man who is financing the search for the Albany, said the wreck of a ship has been found on the ocean bed, and there is reason to believe that it is the long-lost fighting craft. Using diving equipment, the expedition will attempt to raise guns, the ship's bell and other metal for positive identification. England has expended $5.960,000,000,000 in war pensions since 1914 and still has 1,000,000 men drawing them.