William Taylor Bradford
BRADFORD PORTLAND -- William Taylor Bradford, 67, of Portland, died Tuesday Taft hospital after a Illness. He had been IJvfno in Portland for the past 15 years having moved there from Corpus Christi. He was nominated for the Corpus Christi Citizenship Award in 1954 for his with the Civil Air Patrol held the rank of Lt. Col. He was a member of Arkansas Air National G u a r d a administrator for the Ada Wilson Crippled Childrens Hospital in 1955. Recently he had retired from the Mokeen Oil Company. Survivors include three sons, W. E. (Bill) Bradford, London, England, Jack Bradford, Portland, James Bradford, Alice; two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Miss Susan B r a d f o r d , T e n n e s s e e crandchiidren. Funeral services will at 2 p.m. Friday at the Maxwell P. Dunne Portland Chapel with Rev. John Williams, officiating. Burial will follow in the P a t r f c f o M Gardens. In lieu of the usual remembrances, friends may donate to the M. D. Anderson Tumor and Cancer Research Institute in Houston, Texas or the Taft Hospital Memorial Fund, Taft, Texas. M a x w e l l P. Funeral Service, Wildcat Fifth in Portland.