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December 18, 1985

The possibility of a pre-Christmas settlement of the Southern California supermarket strike appeared to have faded with the indefinite recess of negotiations between the markets and 10,000 meat cutters and meat wrappers. Since early December, the Food Employers Council had concentrated on grinding out a settlement with the Teamsters Union, which represents 12,000 drivers and warehouse employees. Negotiations with that union were continuing Tuesday night. The chains affected are Lucky (Food Basket stores in San Diego), Hughes, Safeway, Ralphs, Alpha Beta and Albertson's.

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