LONG BEACH, Calif. -- The Super Saver warehouse format operated by Lucky Stores has been put on hold, according to Bernie Labowitz, real estate manager for American Stores Properties, Buena Park, Calif. Labowitz spoke during a panel discussion at a symposium on small centers sponsored here by the International Council of Shopping Centers, a New York-based shopping center trade group. Expansion of the Super Saver format will not proceed "until we understand the [warehouse store] concept ...

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