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The sole remaining brother, who turned 70 on Thursday, still looks leonine, with a full-ish mane of hair and thick beard.
The title to the auction says a lot about the chips: "illegal Frolics Clua." Aiuppa eventually rose to the top of the Chicago mob ("Outfit"). The games were honest, and Cornero posted a 0,000 reward for anyone who could prove that they weren't. And look here ( for information about The Chez, the event-catering place that occupies the building now.
There are only 6 left of the brown chips and about 20 each of the red and orange chips. Click here to read all about the chips -- the order cards, history, scan of actual newspaper artice of Aiuppa's arrest at the Frolics, etc. The horse book received its results via short-wave radio.
Return privileges.) (Click here to see my regular Illegal Chip Sales List .) The Frolics, Chicago, Illinois. Only I have these chips, other than some collectors who bought a chip from me (I bought out all of the chips from a man in Wisconsin whose mother worked in the Frolics and rescued these chips). The casino offered craps, roulette, blackjack, chuck-a-luck, poker, faro, 150 slot machines, and a 400-seat bingo parlor.
As I show in the auction description, he not only owned the club, but was arrested there (per Chicago Tribune newspaper story). The Rex was so successful that Cornero and his partners netted upwards of 0,000 a month. Newspaper story on gambling raid on the club: here. The club was located in a three-story warehouse building at the corner of Ontario Street and Fairbanks, two blocks east of Michigan Avenue, a stones throw from Chicagos famous Miracle Mile, created in 1917 as an automat, where home-cooked meals in glass cases could be purchased by inserting coins into slots.