A newly restored house in Buffalo by Frank Lloyd Wright receives a bountiful stained-glass gift from the University of Victoria in Canada.
frank pete bob LLC
140 adams ave., ste. a5
hauppauge, new york, 11788
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
SEPTEMBER 30, 2013
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - FRANK PETE BOB LLC
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SAN ANTONIO — A man who turned himself in for a 1962 fatal shooting in Texas was tired of having an arrest warrant haunting him and was weary of living under an assumed name, his attorney says. Pete Ortiz Jr., now 75, surrendered Wednesday to state District Judge Frank Castro. Ortiz was released on bond...
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SAN ANTONIO (AP) — A man who turned himself in for a 1962 fatal shooting in Texas was tired of having an arrest warrant haunting him and was weary of living under an assumed name, his attorney says.Pete Ortiz Jr., now 75, surrendered Wednesday to state District Judge Frank Castro. Ortiz was released on bond but must wear an ankle monitor.Ortiz was indicted in March 1963 on a murder-with-malice charge in the Dec. 22, 1962, fatal shooting of Joe Ovalle, a self-employed sign painter who was killed in his driveway just before Christmas. Another man, Frank Juarez, also faced a murder-with-malice indictment in the killing and was convicted in April 1963.
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Frank Howard The former Washington Senator is no longer the home run king of D.C. after the Nationals’ Ryan Zimmerman passed him Sunday with his 238th career homer, all in a Washington uniform. “Ryan Zimmerman — this guy is something very special,” Howard said in a statement. “... If he continues putting these kind of numbers up for another six, eight, 10 years, this young man is going to walk into Cooperstown, N.Y., and into baseball’s Hall of Fame. You want to know how I feel about it? Nobody is happier for him than me.” Howard had 237 of his 382 career home runs with the Senators from 1965-71, including a career-high 48 homers in 1969. and 44 each in ’68 and ’70.