Byline: William Jones; 1970-06-21; The Chicago Tribune; pages 3
"One of Chicago's controversial private ambulance firms has recieved thousands of dollars in recent weeks from a hoodlum-controlled finance company. The financial dealings between Scully-Walton Service Inc., 15 N. Laramie av., and National Financial Services, 1 N. La Salle st., will be the target of a federal grand jury probe scheduled to begin tomorrow in conjunction with an investigation by postal authorities. . ."
Description:One of the three Chicago private ambulance firms banned from welfare clients in the wake of the Tribune's undercover report is linked to a mob-controlled lending company.
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