Burton S. Carter Jr., 50, Value City store manager...

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November 20, 2001

Burton S. Carter Jr., 50, Value City store manager

Burton S. Carter Jr., manager of Value City's Eastpoint Mall store since 1996, died Sunday of undetermined causes at Jennersville Hospital in West Grove, Pa. The Rising Sun resident was 50.

A Baltimore native, Mr. Carter was raised in the city's Hamilton section. He graduated from Northern High School and attended the University of Baltimore.

He had previously managed the Montgomery Ward store in Golden Ring Mall and Circuit City's Bel Air store.

Mr. Carter was a member of the Sons of American Legion Post 194 and enjoyed fishing and crabbing.

Services will be held at 1 p.m. today at Janes United Methodist Church, 19 E. Main St. in Rising Sun.

Mr. Carter is survived by his wife of 29 years, the former Evelyn Magee; two sons, Mark C. Carter of Fallston and Stephen D. Carter of Rising Sun; four daughters, Eve N. Leftwich of White Marsh, and Kristine T. Carter, Caitlin S. Carter and Holly A. Carter, all of Rising Sun; and two cousins.


Harrison "Pete" Williams, 81, a former U.S. senator from New Jersey who was a champion of organized labor but whose career was ended by the Abscam bribery scandal, died Saturday at St. Clare's Hospital in Denville. He had battled cancer and heart problems in recent years.

Mr. Williams fought for a range of social welfare laws and urban transit programs during his tenure in the Senate, from 1959 until 1982.

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