MILK CASE DECISION GOING TO APPEAL

CHICAGO -- Attorneys representing area consumers plan to appeal a judge's ruling that exonerated the city's top two retailers of conspiring to fix milk prices.The retailers were Jewel-Osco, a division of Albertsons, Boise, Idaho; and Dominick's Finer Foods, owned by Safeway, Pleasanton, Calif.Cook County Circuit Court judge John Morrissey found "there were no facts owing to agreements, handshakes

CHICAGO -- Attorneys representing area consumers plan to appeal a judge's ruling that exonerated the city's top two retailers of conspiring to fix milk prices.

The retailers were Jewel-Osco, a division of Albertsons, Boise, Idaho; and Dominick's Finer Foods, owned by Safeway, Pleasanton, Calif.

Cook County Circuit Court judge John Morrissey found "there were no facts owing to agreements, handshakes or conversations about the price of milk" in dismissing the suit, brought on be

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