Genovese Soldier: George Barone - Gangsters Inc. After the war, Barone returned to school for a few years, but the classroom still wasn’t for him and he joined the Merchant Marines, spending two years at sea. He probably would have spent his life traveling the world’s seas if he hadn’t injured his hand. The injury made his job impossible and pretty soon he was back in New York.
2.) Gone are the days of the Instructional Paradigm where the educator was the knowledge disseminator and the student the passive recipient whose resposnsibility was to take in this knowledge and recall it during activities and examinations. Today, learning is an interactive process!
Dutch Schultz (Arthur Flegenheimer) Aug. 6, 1901 – Oct. 24, 1935 was a NYC-area German-Jewish American mobster of the 20s & 30s who made his fortune in organized crime-related activities. Weakened by two tax evasion trials led by prosecutor Thomas Dewey, Schultz's rackets were threatened by fellow mobster Lucky Luciano. After Schultz disobeyed the Commission & attempted to carry out the hit, they ordered his assassination in 1935.
Frank "the Prime Minister" Costello was an Italian gangster and Mafia boss. Costello rose to the top of America's underworld, controlled a vast gambling empire across the United States and enjoyed political influence.