MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Fleming Cos., Oklahoma City, and Bruno's, Birmingham, Ala., have dibs on Seessel Holdings Inc. here, but a federal judge here will decide who gets the prize. If Fleming wins, it is likely that SHI, owner of the 10-store Seessel's Supermarkets chain, would be sold immediately to Schnuck Markets, St. Louis, executives from Fleming and Schnuck told SN. Seessel's 1995 sales were $165 million. Last week, SHI filed a complaint in U.S. District Court here, requesting that the ...

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