June 28, 2002
John Entwistle,57, the bassist for the rock band The Who, was found dead yesterday in his Las Vegas hotel room, according to MCA Records officials and the Clark County Coroner's Office. The cause of death was a heart attack, Clark County fire spokesman Bob Leinbach said. Mr. Entwistle's stoical stage presence was a stark contrast to the antics of lead guitarist Pete Townshend and lead singer Roger Daltrey. Robert Rosenberg, manager of The Who, said he was "saddened and shocked" by Mr. Entwistle's death.
February 17, 2006
BOSTON -- In a case that has generated widespread publicity on both sides of the Atlantic, an unemployed computer engineer from England was arraigned yesterday in the shooting deaths of his American wife and infant daughter in Massachusetts. Neil Entwistle, 27, in shackles and handcuffs in Framingham District Court, pleaded not guilty to two charges of first-degree murder in the deaths of Rachel Souza Entwistle, 27, and the couple's 9-month-old, Lillian Rose. During a two-minute proceeding, Entwistle was ordered held without bail pending a probable-cause hearing March 15. He stared straight ahead and did not make eye contact with his wife's mother and stepfather.
June 30, 2002
I'm not the quiet one, everyone else is too loud," bassist John Entwistle sang on the Who's otherwise forgettable Face Dances album in 1981. Still, John Entwistle -- who died of a heart attack Thursday in Las Vegas -- is remembered as the quiet one of the Who, which joined with the Beatles and Rolling Stones to form the great triumvirate of British rock bands. Entwistle, 57, was found dead in his hotel room on the eve of the Who's American tour, which was set to begin Friday in Las Vegas.
January 15, 1991
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., the nation's first black Greek-letter organization, whose membership roster includes the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., U.S. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and New York Mayor David Dinkins, is considering moving its national headquarters to Baltimore, fraternity General President Henry Ponder said yesterday.At a meeting over the weekend, the Alphas' relocation committee had, in fact, chosen Baltimore's Goucher House at 2313 St. Paul St. as superior to the building in Winston-Salem, N.C., that was vying for the fraternity's approval, said Stuart D. Entwistle, vice president of the Downtown Office Marketing Task Force of the Baltimore Economic Development Corp.
April 18, 2004
On April 16, 2004, PAUL ANDREW LAVIX; beloved husband of the late Ruth H. Lavix (nee Howells); devoted father of Paulette Entwistle and Nanette Arciaga and her husband Noel; loving grandfather Jacqueline, Lauren, Zachary, Joshua and Ian. A Memorial Service will be held at the Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk, INc., 7922 Wise Ave., on Wednesday at 1 P.M. Interment Private.
December 5, 1991
Frank A. Taylor, a retired tire company owner who was 85 and lived at Keswick, died there Monday of cancer.A mass of Christian burial was being offered today at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, 5200 N. Charles St.Mr. Taylor is survived by his wife, the former Mary Sheehan; three sons, Edmund Dennis Taylor of Concord, Mass., Richard S. Taylor of Cockeysville and James S. Taylor of Monkton; three daughters, Mary T. Patterson of Wilmington, Del., Judy T. Boyce of Lutherville and Heather T. Entwistle of Cockeysville; and 16 grandchildren.