SHEBOYGAN, Wis. -- Schultz Sav-O Stores here said increasing business for its wholesale segment boosted earnings, despite reduced sales, for the third quarter and 40 weeks ended Oct. 8. to $341.2 million. James H. Dickelman, chairman, president and chief executive officer, attributed the volume decrease to the sale of four corporate retail stores and their conversion to franchise units during 1993, combined with the termination last February of a three-store wholesale customer in ...
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