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In a career more than half a century long, Mr. Melton was best known for roles on the sitcoms “Make Room for Daddy” and “Green Acres.”
Florence Zacks Melton took a material invented as a helmet liner for World War II tank crewmen and turned it into cushy foam-rubber slippers.
MELTON-Mary Ann of Tequesta, FL and Dorset, VT, formerly of Brightwaters, NY died on May 24, 1999 at the age of 76 in Jupiter, FL after a brief illness. Mrs. Melton was the devoted wife of Mr. Andrew J. Melton Jr. for 55 years, and was the daughter of the late Sanders and Marjorie Shanks. A loving and dedicated mother of eight and grandmother of twentytwo, Mrs. Melton was also an accomplished artist, interior designer and avid sailor. For the past thirty years she has wintered in the Tequesta, F ...
JAMES MELTON, 57, NOTED TENOR, DIES; Radio Singer in the Thirties Was 'Met' Star 10 Years -- Made Debut in 1942 HAD APPEARED IN FILMS Was Known for Collections of Antique Automobiles in Connecticut Museum
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Milk, M; 2 hurt, auto plows through fence, Butte
DR. W.F. MELTON, 77, GEORGIA POET, DIES; Head of English Department at Emory University for 18 Years -- Teacher Since 1889
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Melton, Jas W
HENRY MELTON, 85, ANEX-RAILOFFICIAL; Retired Chairman of Board of Union Tank Car Company Dies in Home Here
Transport plane crashes, Chicago Airport; list of dead and injured; witnesses' accts; CAB inquiry; illus
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