William T. Findly Funeral
' WILLIAM T. F1NDLY FUNERAL AT 2 TOMORROW AFTERNOON Funeral services for William T TTinHiv who was secretary io Mavors Henrv Kiel and Victor Mil ler and active politically until his retirement about a year ago, Will be held from Haley's Mortuary in Louisiana, Mo., tomorow at 2 p. m. He was 75 years old and died Thursday after a protracted illness. Mr. Findly served under Gov. Henry S. Caulfield as secretary of the Missouri Workmen's Compensation Commission, was at one time secretary of the St, Louis Chamber of Commerce. He was a candidate for the Republican nomination for Secretary of State in 1932. He had also been secretary to the old House of Delegates of St. Louis, which preceded the present Board of Aldermen. Surviving is his widow, Mr3. Minnie A. Findly, and a son, Claude C. Findlv.