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July 28, 2006
Man, 65, pleads guilty to using fake ID to get benefit checks Pleading guilty to theft in federal court yesterday, a 65-year-old Baltimore man admitted that he obtained fake identification cards to receive federal benefits intended for other people who were dead. According to the statement of facts provided to the court as part of the plea agreement, Roy L. Roscoe obtained a fraudulent Maryland Department of Social Services identification card bearing his photograph and the name and identifying information for Robert Montgomery, who died on June 14, 1991.
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By Sloane Brown, Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 5, 2012
Wedding date: October 13, 2012 Her story: Angela Horner, 27, grew up in Severn. She lives in Baltimore's Pigtown and is licensing team manager at Laureate Education. Her father, Robert Horner, is a physicist in the electronics industry. Her mother, Gloria Horner, is a Hospice of the Chesapeake volunteer, and teaches English as a second language through her church, Severn Run Evangelical Presbyterian Church. His story: Chris Montgomery, 34, grew up in Pasadena. He lives in Baltimore's Pigtown and is a network administrator at Anne Arundel Community College.
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By Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel | January 23, 1991
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- A Fort Pierce, Fla., woman who is the first person ever to claim that she contracted AIDS from a dentist has won a $1 million settlement from the late dentist's insurance company.Kim Bergalis, 22, got the award yesterday from CNA Insurance Co., which wrote Dr. David Acer's $1 million dental malpractice insurance policy. The settlement came a day before the company's time had expired to contest Bergalis' claims that she contracted AIDS from Acer when he removed her wisdom teeth in December 1987.
HEALTH
By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2010
The opera singer who eventually became Dr. Robert A. Montgomery's wife would never have taken him for a kidney transplant surgeon the first time she saw him, not with the long hair and that outrageous mustache. Maybe a biker, she figured, and maybe she was onto something there. When he heads for work at Johns Hopkins Hospital from his loft in Fells Point or the manse he shares in Bethesda with Denyce Graves, the internationally known mezzo soprano, Montgomery roars off in his 500-horsepower Shelby Cobra, painted white with a blue stripe down the center.
NEWS
January 11, 1995
Hope Montgomery Scott,90, whose socialite lifestyle was the model for the 1940 movie "The Philadelphia Story," died Monday from head injuries after falling at her estate in Radnor Township, Pa.Mrs. Scott was equally accomplished as a horsewoman and as a socialite. She took delight in recounting four marriage proposals on the night of her social debut in 1922. Her father was financier Col. Robert Montgomery, and she married Edgar Scott, heir to the Pennsylvania Railroad fortune.Tracy Lord, the high-spirited debutante portrayed by Katharine Hepburn in the movie, was the creation of Philip Barry, who had been a Harvard classmate of Edgar Scott.
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By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Sun Film Critic | December 5, 1991
To see a film like John Ford's great "They Were Expendable" on the big screen at the Senator, where it is playing through Saturday as a tribute to Pearl Harbor, is both exhilarating and depressing.It's exhilarating to realize that once upon a time, this is what American movies were; and depressing, because this is what American movies never will be again."They Were Expendable" is probably the best of a now-vanished breed called the unit tribute. The unit it celebrates is a PT boat squadron caught in the Philippines in December 1941.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 4, 1998
It didn't matter to Northern's Donte Pennix that his team had already lost to No. 16 Northwestern twice during the regular season. To Pennix and the Vikings, last night's Class 4A North regional quarterfinal was like a new beginning."
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By Sloane Brown, Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 5, 2012
Wedding date: October 13, 2012 Her story: Angela Horner, 27, grew up in Severn. She lives in Baltimore's Pigtown and is licensing team manager at Laureate Education. Her father, Robert Horner, is a physicist in the electronics industry. Her mother, Gloria Horner, is a Hospice of the Chesapeake volunteer, and teaches English as a second language through her church, Severn Run Evangelical Presbyterian Church. His story: Chris Montgomery, 34, grew up in Pasadena. He lives in Baltimore's Pigtown and is a network administrator at Anne Arundel Community College.
HEALTH
By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2010
The opera singer who eventually became Dr. Robert A. Montgomery's wife would never have taken him for a kidney transplant surgeon the first time she saw him, not with the long hair and that outrageous mustache. Maybe a biker, she figured, and maybe she was onto something there. When he heads for work at Johns Hopkins Hospital from his loft in Fells Point or the manse he shares in Bethesda with Denyce Graves, the internationally known mezzo soprano, Montgomery roars off in his 500-horsepower Shelby Cobra, painted white with a blue stripe down the center.
NEWS
August 3, 2005
On July 28, 2005, ROBERT EDWARD MONTGOMERY, JR.; beloved son of Wanda Griffin and Robert Edward Montgomery, Sr. He is also survived by one son, Rynell; one brother, Kevin; two sisters, Janet and Robin; two grandfathers, Apostle Eddie A. Montgomery, Ph.D. and Harold Johnston; two grandmothers, Shirley Johnston and Dora Montgomery and many other loving relatives and friends Viewing at the JOSEPH L. RUSS FUNERAL HOME, 2222-26 W. North Avenue, on Thursday, from 3 to 8 P.M. Wake at Family Bible Ministries, 5300 Edmondson Avenue, on Friday from 10:30 to 11 A.M. when funeral service will begin.
NEWS
July 29, 2006
Towson sailor killed by bomb in Iraq A Towson sailor was killed in Iraq on Wednesday by a bomb that exploded while he was searching for explosives or mines, the Department of Defense announced yesterday. Petty Officer 2nd Class Edward A. Koth, 30, died at Camp Victory, Iraq, in an incident that is under investigation, according to a statement released by the Department of Defense. He was assigned to the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit Eight, serving with the Multinational Corps Iraq in Baghdad.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 4, 1998
It didn't matter to Northern's Donte Pennix that his team had already lost to No. 16 Northwestern twice during the regular season. To Pennix and the Vikings, last night's Class 4A North regional quarterfinal was like a new beginning."
NEWS
January 11, 1995
Hope Montgomery Scott,90, whose socialite lifestyle was the model for the 1940 movie "The Philadelphia Story," died Monday from head injuries after falling at her estate in Radnor Township, Pa.Mrs. Scott was equally accomplished as a horsewoman and as a socialite. She took delight in recounting four marriage proposals on the night of her social debut in 1922. Her father was financier Col. Robert Montgomery, and she married Edgar Scott, heir to the Pennsylvania Railroad fortune.Tracy Lord, the high-spirited debutante portrayed by Katharine Hepburn in the movie, was the creation of Philip Barry, who had been a Harvard classmate of Edgar Scott.
FEATURES
By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Sun Film Critic | December 5, 1991
To see a film like John Ford's great "They Were Expendable" on the big screen at the Senator, where it is playing through Saturday as a tribute to Pearl Harbor, is both exhilarating and depressing.It's exhilarating to realize that once upon a time, this is what American movies were; and depressing, because this is what American movies never will be again."They Were Expendable" is probably the best of a now-vanished breed called the unit tribute. The unit it celebrates is a PT boat squadron caught in the Philippines in December 1941.
NEWS
By Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel | January 23, 1991
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- A Fort Pierce, Fla., woman who is the first person ever to claim that she contracted AIDS from a dentist has won a $1 million settlement from the late dentist's insurance company.Kim Bergalis, 22, got the award yesterday from CNA Insurance Co., which wrote Dr. David Acer's $1 million dental malpractice insurance policy. The settlement came a day before the company's time had expired to contest Bergalis' claims that she contracted AIDS from Acer when he removed her wisdom teeth in December 1987.
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