|Arnold's Famous 47|
|Location||4th Street and Garden Street|
|Proprietor Weakness||Threatening Innocents |
|Racket Boss||'Big' John Pavarotti|
|Racket Boss Weakness||Using Melee Attacks|
Formerly Arnold's Famous 46, one of many in the Famous Arnold's chain, this business became the last of its kind following hard times during the war. Run by the chain's founder Boutros Arnold, it also supported a Stracci racket in the backroom, run by 'Big' John Pavarotti, whose family connections provided Arnold with some much needed support.
In 1947, the business fell under hard times due to the actions of local merchant Phil Browne. Visiting hitman Aldo Trapani removed Browne, earning a cut of the take from a grateful Arnold, before seizing Pavarotti's racket upstairs.