SPRINGFIELD, N.J. -- Village Super Market here, which operates two dozen ShopRite supermarkets in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, reported net income of $660,000 for the second quarter ended Jan. 25, 1997, compared with $1.194 million in the prior year. Excluding a $581,000 gain from an asset sale in the prior year, this represents an increase in income of 6%, the company said. R> For the six-month period ended Jan. 25, sales were $346.797 million, compared with $344.524 for the same period ...

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