EX-CEO OF SLOAN'S BEGINS PRISON SENTENCE

NEW YORK -- Jules Rose, a former chairman and chief executive officer of Sloan's Supermarkets here, has begun serving a year-and-a-day sentence for his role in a fraudulent coupon-remittance scheme and for an unrelated tax-evasion charge. Rose has also agreed to pay a fine of $100,000, according to Marvin Smilon, a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney's Office, and court records.Charges filed in March

NEW YORK -- Jules Rose, a former chairman and chief executive officer of Sloan's Supermarkets here, has begun serving a year-and-a-day sentence for his role in a fraudulent coupon-remittance scheme and for an unrelated tax-evasion charge. Rose has also agreed to pay a fine of $100,000, according to Marvin Smilon, a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney's Office, and court records.

Charges filed in March 1993 accused Rose and two other former Sloan's executives -- Gary Meyer, secretary-treas

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