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July 4, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
An Orland Park delicatessen and catering service at the center of an E. coli outbreak that sickened up to 6,500 people was cited for 15 health code violations just before the illnesses were reported. Investigators suspect potato salad from Iwan's Deli and Catering in suburban Chicago was the culprit in the outbreak that occurred on the weekend of June 6 but are awaiting more test results.
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July 4, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
An Orland Park delicatessen and catering service at the center of an E. coli outbreak that sickened up to 6,500 people was cited for 15 health code violations just before the illnesses were reported. Investigators suspect potato salad from Iwan's Deli and Catering in suburban Chicago was the culprit in the outbreak that occurred on the weekend of June 6 but are awaiting more test results.
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November 18, 2001
AAA liberally sprinkled diamonds over the West in its 2002 list of top hotels and restaurants, announced last week. For the first time, Las Vegas restaurants broke into the ranks of five diamonds, the highest AAA category, with Picasso at the Bellagio and Renoir at the Mirage. The Bellagio resort also made the five-diamond list for the first time; at 3,005 rooms, it is the largest hotel in that elite group, said AAA spokeswoman Janie Graziani. The other Las Vegas member is the Four Seasons.
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January 31, 1985 | JUBE SHIVER Jr., Times Staff Writer
Custom Creamery Systems Inc. of New York, a franchiser of shopping center-based eateries offering ice cream and other desserts, said Wednesday that it has signed an agreement to buy the operating units of another shopping mall chain--Santa Monica-based Orange Julius International Inc.
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June 2, 1986 | KAREN TUMULTY, Times Staff Writer
Lights, camera . . . filibuster! Television cameras today will give viewers across the nation their first glimpse of the daily grind inside the Senate chamber: not only of the drama, tension and fiery oratory, but also of the interminable hours when a single senator may drone on about the Chicago Cubs' 1984 pennant drive or the relative merits of restaurants in Illinois. Former Majority Leader Howard H. Baker Jr. (R-Tenn.) may be right, however.
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