Yes, even as war clouds gather and the economy blows cold, there will be a Halloween this year, according to Bernard Rogan, spokesman, Shaw's Supermarkets, East Bridgewater, Mass. time that should go on, that will go on." Rogan also said he expects the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays will bring strong sales to Shaw's 166 stores. "Meals out of home increase in the best of times, and in times not so good people are more inclined to eat meals at home," he noted. "I can't imagine a time ...

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