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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | September 13, 1991
Alan Kulwicki had a contract in his hand for a major NASCAR sponsorship with Maxwell House Coffee last fall, only to see it swiped from under him by legendary car owner Junior Johnson in mid-FAX.This afternoon, Kulwicki was to get the last laugh -- or is it hoot? At Dover International Raceway, where Kulwicki was trying to win the pole for Sunday's Peak Anti-freeze 500, Hooters of America Inc. was to announce it has signed a three-year deal with Kulwicki to run through the 1994 season."I haven't spent one day crying over what happened," said Kulwicki, who is as likely to kill his foes with kindness as anything else.
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By Karen Nitkin, Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2012
The DeWees Recreation Center, in Baltimore's Govans neighborhood, is one of the oldest in the city, and it's showing its age. "It's really in need of repair," said Sandi McFadden, Community Leader with the Friends of the DeWees Group and secretary of the Mid-Govans Community Association, which meets monthly in the center. The center, built in 1953, is now in the running to receive a $50,000 grant from Maxwell House through its Drops of Good: The Maxwell House Community Project program.
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April 7, 2004
Making a great pot of coffee is simple when you have a great brewing technique. Here are the classic rules to remember: Start with fresh, cold water. Hot water can adversely affect flavor. If your tap water has any flavor, or would be considered hard, you may wish to use bottled water. Use the correct grind for your coffee maker and follow the manufacturer's instructions. Keep your coffee fresh. Buy only a week's supply at a time. Store ground coffee in a tightly covered container in your refrigerator.
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April 7, 2004
Making a great pot of coffee is simple when you have a great brewing technique. Here are the classic rules to remember: Start with fresh, cold water. Hot water can adversely affect flavor. If your tap water has any flavor, or would be considered hard, you may wish to use bottled water. Use the correct grind for your coffee maker and follow the manufacturer's instructions. Keep your coffee fresh. Buy only a week's supply at a time. Store ground coffee in a tightly covered container in your refrigerator.
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By Joseph Gallagher | January 4, 1995
PRESIDENT LINCOLN received about 500 letters a day; his staff showed him only a handful. A letter from Lincoln sells for about $750,000; a signature, $20,000.* When President Reagan was told Harrod's London store sold everything, he inquired about an elephant. The salesman replied: "Indian or African?"* Those of us who turned 65 in 1994 were born in a United States where the Dow Jones average was 311, average yearly income was $2,060, a new house cost $7,246, a gallon of gas, 12 cents, a new car, $450.
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By Karen Nitkin, Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2012
The DeWees Recreation Center, in Baltimore's Govans neighborhood, is one of the oldest in the city, and it's showing its age. "It's really in need of repair," said Sandi McFadden, Community Leader with the Friends of the DeWees Group and secretary of the Mid-Govans Community Association, which meets monthly in the center. The center, built in 1953, is now in the running to receive a $50,000 grant from Maxwell House through its Drops of Good: The Maxwell House Community Project program.
SPORTS
July 19, 1992
Winston Cup fans can get a 30-card Maxwell House set created by Pro Set. It features Sterling Martin, who drives a Maxwell House-sponsored Ford. Collectors can get the set for $5 plus two Maxwell House proofs of purchase and the order form found in publications such as Winston Cup Scene. The offer lasts through the end of the Winston Cup season or until supplies run out.
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By Karen Nitkin, Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 16, 2012
The DeWees Recreation Center, in Baltimore's Govans neighborhood, is one of the oldest in the city, and it's showing its age. "It's really in need of repair," said Sandi McFadden, community leader with the group Friends of the DeWees and secretary of the Mid-Govans Community Association, which meets monthly at the center. The center, built in 1953, was recently awarded a $5,000 grant from coffee manufacturer Maxwell House through its Drops of Good: The Maxwell House Community Project program.
SPORTS
By Bill Glauber | February 2, 1992
She would never forget the call from Canada. On a day of grief and loss, she would always have this moment, this conversation with a son who was shaken and uncertain.Should he race?For him, mourning the death of a sister, the question was wrenching. For his mother, though, there could be only one answer. Jane had died, and there was nothing anyone could do, now.So, of course, she told her son to try.No one said anything about winning. This was the Olympics, wasn't it? This is what he had worked toward for four years.
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By KEVIN COWHERD | January 10, 2009
Do you know that the driveway at President Andrew Jackson's Nashville home, Hermitage, is the shape of a guitar? Do you care? Of course not. Some other "fun facts": NASHVILLE Violence-prone citizens Tennessee's nickname, the "Volunteer State," comes from the War of 1812, when hundreds of volunteers - many more than the quota needed, many surely from Nashville - eagerly went off to war We're No. 7! In a 2007 U.S. News & World Report ranking of the 100 busiest airports, Nashville was named the seventh "least miserable" airport.
NEWS
By Joseph Gallagher | January 4, 1995
PRESIDENT LINCOLN received about 500 letters a day; his staff showed him only a handful. A letter from Lincoln sells for about $750,000; a signature, $20,000.* When President Reagan was told Harrod's London store sold everything, he inquired about an elephant. The salesman replied: "Indian or African?"* Those of us who turned 65 in 1994 were born in a United States where the Dow Jones average was 311, average yearly income was $2,060, a new house cost $7,246, a gallon of gas, 12 cents, a new car, $450.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Evening Sun Staff | September 13, 1991
Alan Kulwicki had a contract in his hand for a major NASCAR sponsorship with Maxwell House Coffee last fall, only to see it swiped from under him by legendary car owner Junior Johnson in mid-FAX.This afternoon, Kulwicki was to get the last laugh -- or is it hoot? At Dover International Raceway, where Kulwicki was trying to win the pole for Sunday's Peak Anti-freeze 500, Hooters of America Inc. was to announce it has signed a three-year deal with Kulwicki to run through the 1994 season."I haven't spent one day crying over what happened," said Kulwicki, who is as likely to kill his foes with kindness as anything else.
BUSINESS
November 19, 1994
U.S. Trust to sell businessU.S. Trust Corp. agreed yesterday to sell its securities processing business to Chase Manhattan Corp. in a $363.5 million stock swap.New York-based U.S. Trust said the sale would allow it to focus on its core businesses of asset management for individuals, institutions and mutual funds, private banking, special fiduciary services and corporate trust -- areas in which the company has expanded nationally in recent years.Coffee prices expected to dropCoffee prices, which have risen sharply since April, will soon become more affordable.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | June 26, 2000
In a transaction that will create the world's most profitable food company, Philip Morris, the parent of Kraft Foods, announced yesterday that it would buy Nabisco Holdings, the food company that makes and markets Oreo cookies, Ritz Crackers, and other classic packaged foods, for $14.9 billion. In addition, Nabisco Group Holdings, the parent of Nabisco Holdings, said that once it completes the sale of its food business to Philip Morris, it has agreed to be acquired by the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. for $9.8 billion.
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