LOS ANGELES — Negotiators in Southern California were scheduled to continue bargaining through the weekend to iron out new contracts between seven locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union and Albertsons, Ralphs and Vons. The previous contracts, covering 65,000 union workers, expired March 7 but have been extended since, with talks continuing under the aegis of a federal mediator. Albertsons workers voted in March for their bargaining agents to call a strike with 72 hours’ ...

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