H. L. Moore Drug Exchange
Whslr. has "no affiliation with the Mall Drug Chain or any other chain or retail operation of any type," firm states. Northwestern Drug President Joseph Christy, in an affidavit filed in the antitrust case against five mfrs. who terminated business with Northwestern after the whslr. was purchased by the Pay'n Save drug chain, maintained that H. L. Moore was one of a number of "retail owned or affiliated co-ops or companies" with which the mfrs. continued to trade ("The Pink Sheet" May 21, p. 18). Mall and H. L. Moore were formerly units of Optel Corp. until the chain operation was sold in July 1981.
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