Joe Adonis

Mobster Joe Adonis

Joe Adonis, also known as "Joey A", "Joe Adone", "Joe Arosa", "James Arosa", and "Joe DiMeo", was a New York mobster who was an important participant in the formation of the modern Cosa Nostra crime families.
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Montemarano
Death Place
Rome

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Kỳ1: Cuộc chiến Castellammarese - Tin nhanh
Google News - over 6 years
Masseria có trong tay "những gã Thổ trẻ" như Lucky Luciano, Albert Anastasia, Vito Genovese, Frank Costello, Joe Adonis, Willie Moretti, và Carlo Gambino. Trong khi đó, Maranzano dựa dẫm vào Joe Magliocco, Joe Bonanno, và Joe Profaci cũng như "những kẻ
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Mexican Reporter: Book About Mob Written Amid Drug War - Latin American Herald Tribune
Google News - over 6 years
Hill, who was the girlfriend of mobsters Joe Epstein, Frank Nitti, Charles Fischetti, Frank Costello and Joe Adonis, was sent to Mexico by the Cosa Nostra, the most powerful of the Italian-American organized crime groups operating in the United States,
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Cosa Nostra smuggled Mexican drugs into U.S. in post-war period - Fox News
Google News - almost 7 years
Hill, who was the girlfriend of mobsters Joe Epstein, Frank Nitti, Charles Fischetti, Frank Costello and Joe Adonis, was sent to Mexico by the Cosa Nostra, the most powerful of the Italian-American organized crime groups operating in the United States,
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La Cosa Nostra pasó drogas a EEUU desde México en posguerra, dice escritor - ABC.es
Google News - almost 7 years
Hill, amante de capos como Joe Epstein, Frank Nitti, Charles Fischetti, Frank Costello y Joe Adonis, fue enviada a México por la Cosa Nostra, uno de los grupos de la mafia italiana en EEUU, para garantizar la protección para el tráfico de drogas,
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La nascita della "multinazionale" del traffico internazionale di droga - AgoraVox Italia
Google News - almost 7 years
Da Napoli, Lucky Luciano, Giuseppe Antonio Doto, alias Joe Adonis; Frank Coppola (detto “tre dita”), Pietro Davì (detto “Jimmy l'americano”) ed il mafioso italo-americano Vito Genovese, che durante la guerra era stato aiutante del comandante delle
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FURNISHINGS; From Miami, Nightclub Chic With Istanbul Flair
NYTimes - over 10 years
Few decorators have been as Runyonesque as James Mont (1904-1978), who carried a revolver, hung out with hoodlums and spent five years in Sing Sing for assault. When he wasn't adding to his rap sheet, the Istanbul-born New Yorker was furnishing homes in a high-glitz nightclub-style chic that appealed to Mafia figures like Joe Adonis. Starting
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THE SATURDAY PROFILE; An Italian One-Hit Crooner Is Back at Center Stage
NYTimes - about 14 years
THREE words have defined Tony Renis's life. Actually, one word has defined it, but that word must be said three times, like a mantra, at which point just about anyone who has listened to a wide range of music or Muzak over the last four decades is likely to nod, hum and, without knowing it, pay homage to Mr. Renis. In 1962, he wrote the song
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Arthur Segall, Tax Lawyer And Prosecutor, Dies at 95
NYTimes - over 16 years
Arthur A. Segall, a New York tax lawyer who early in his career spearheaded an assault in Mayor Fiorello La Guardia's war on the shadier aspects of New York City's night life, died Aug. 2 at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan. He was 95 and lived on the Upper East Side. Mayor La Guardia, along with his police chiefs and tax collectors, charged that
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Godfather of Exotic Modernism
NYTimes - over 21 years
''I CAN DESIGN A CHAIR, A table, a couch, a desk, to fit any curve, crevice or aperture of any room,'' the New York designer James Mont declared to the editors of the Art Digest in 1934. He also boldly, if inaccurately, claimed credit for the den, the can opener, the stainless-steel kitchen and the first modern rocking chair. Delusions of
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    LATE ADULTHOOD
  • 1971
    Age 68
    In late November 1971, Italian police forces transported Adonis to a small hillside shack near Ancona, Italy, for interrogation.
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    In June 1971, the Italian Government forced Adonis to leave his Milan residence and move to Serra de' Conti, a small town near the Adriatic Sea.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1956
    Age 53
    On January 3, 1956, Adonis voluntarily left New York City on an ocean liner for Naples, Italy.
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  • 1953
    Age 50
    On August 9, 1953, Adonis was released from prison in New Jersey.
    On August 6, 1953, at a hearing in Adonis's prison, the U.S. Department of Justice ordered Adonis's deportation to Italy.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1951
    Age 48
    On May 28, 1951, Adonis was sentenced in Hackensack, New Jersey, to two to three years in state prison.
    In late May, 1951, Adonis and several associates pleaded no contest to charges of operating three gambling rooms in Lodi, New Jersey and Fort Lee, New Jersey.
  • 1950
    Age 47
    On December 12, 1950, Adonis was summoned before the U.S. Senate Kefauver Commission on organized crime.
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  • 1946
    Age 43
    In December 1946, Adonis and Luciano met at the famous Havana Conference of U.S. organized crime bosses in Cuba.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1940
    Age 37
    On April 27, 1940, Adonis was indicted in Brooklyn on charges of kidnapping, extortion, and assault in the 1932 Juffe/Wapinsky case.
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  • 1937
    Age 34
    Underboss Vito Genovese remained in charge of the family until he fled to Italy in 1937 to avoid a murder prosecution.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1932
    Age 29
    In 1932, Adonis allegedly participated in the kidnapping and brutal beating in Brooklyn of Isidore Juffe and Issac Wapinksy.
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    By 1932, Adonis was also a major criminal power in Brooklyn.
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  • 1931
    Age 28
    On September 10, 1931, several gunmen attacked and killed Maranzano in his Manhattan office.
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    On April 15, 1931, Adonis allegedly participated in Masseria's murder.
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  • 1930
    Age 27
    By 1930, Adonis had joined the Masseria faction.
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  • 1928
    Age 25
    After the 1928 assassination of Yale, Masseria took over Yale's criminal organization.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1909
    Age 6
    In 1909, Adonis and his family entered the United States at New York City.
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  • 1902
    Born
    Born on November 22, 1902.
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