Braves notebook: Smiling Chen ready for '99 debut

Harlem, Thomasville split series

Harlem's season ends with loss

'Pack picked up the pace after slow start

Braves lose in extra innings

Augusta holds off Delmarva

Greenbrier must regroup

Cubs maul Braves

Braves notebook: Blister forces Hudek to disabled list

Mattel incentives called a mistake

Strong economy predicted to stay

L.L. Bean to expand in retail

Center adds Souper Salad

Additional business news

Rubin, Greenspan express confidence in global financial reform

Metro area experiences permit gain

A look at the 20th Century: 1932
A charismatic New York governor boldly battled the Great Depression earning him a place in the White House while Augustans exalted in the streets exclaiming ``death to Depression'' -- and the first dimpled white ball was tapped across the world's most renowned greens.

This day in the Millennium: May 23
1851: John K. Jackson of Augusta was appointed aide to Georgia's governor and given the rank of colonel.

A look at the 20th Century: 1938
Tensions were on the rise across the Atlantic, and although the United States was concerned, Americans' immediate focus was on the home front.

This day in the Millennium: May 21
1886: Georgia gubernatorial candidate Gen. John Gordon was heckled off the podium during a campaign stop in Augusta.

Archaeology professor tries to date S.C. artifacts
ALLENDALE, S.C. -- More than 12,000 years ago, a group of early Americans on a bluff above the Savannah River chipped stone into tools.

A look at the 20th Century: 1933
The nation was skittish in 1933. Revolution was in the air. Franklin Delano Roosevelt had won the presidency the year before with a New Deal for the common man, bringing hope to some while bedeviling others. Fear drove a group of powerful businessmen to plan a military coup to steer the nation out of the Great Depression.

A look at the 20th Century: 1934
The honeymoon was over in 1934 for President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Congress' rubber-stamping of the New Deal had irritated entrepreneurs and businessmen who were forced to take a back seat to government. Some business leaders, including those with seats on the stock exchanges, disliked being saddled with New Deal regulations.

Museum unveils its oddities for last time
ATLANTA -- For half a century, the red-brick mansion across from Crawford Long Hospital in Midtown has housed a collection of historical oddments that seems equally inspired by the Smithsonian and Ripley's Believe It or Not.

NHL Playoff Capsules

Peca's top scorer for Sabres

Lemieux meets with SMG, Fox about Penguins

Stars-Avalanche subplot: Belfour vs. Roy

Three superintendent candidates left

Teen forum opens discussion

A look at the 20th Century: 1932

This day in the Millennium: May 21

Opened hydrant lowers water tank levels

Homeowners seek tax to pave road

Getting it just right

Museum unveils its oddities for last time

A look at the 20th Century: 1938

Area schools add security

Heroin addicts remain in jail until trial

Archaeology professor tries to date S.C. artifacts

Violence tops GOP speeches

Authority to review LMI move

Measure gives $40 million to Aiken schools

New club expands services

Legislature names video poker panel

Tape made of county meeting

Getting cool at school

Pair sends postcards during trip

Officials seek probe of taping case

Gingrich blames violence on media, lack of values

Bush missed at Republican convention

Officials back city program on character

Candidates careful with money

School shooting injures six

A look at the 20th Century: 1934

A look at the 20th Century: 1933

Across the area

Southern knights

No connection with massacre found

Slaying suspect arrested

Canal tour boat must meet standards

State indictments name 10 with heroin charges

Area briefs: Crash claims life of truck passenger

Boating caution stressed

Dropouts rebound at academy

Archaeology professor tries to date S.C. artifacts

Writing tips

Sales of weapons mixed

Student not guilty of charges

Academy challenger dropouts

Disaster medical team readies for action

Center set for GOP convention

Group picks mascot for 2000

School tax bill back in Senate

Woodlawn Baptist purchases 11 acres

This day in the Millennium: May 23

Lakers face difficult task vs. Spurs

Hawks are in trouble

Hawks notebook: Team looks for scoring punch

Dunleavy says coaching honor is for team

Iverson's answer to Pacers: play desperate early

Hawks trail Knicks 2-0 in series

Spurs tread losing ground at Forum

Mr. Harris Andrews

Mrs. Helen Valentine

Mrs. Mattie Dixon

Mrs. Georgia Martin

Mr. Ernest Scott

Mrs. Velma Fischbach

Mrs. Ruth Reynolds

Mr. James Price

Mrs. Lillie Roberson

Mrs. Glinning Hankinson

Mrs. Katie Powell

Mr. Michael Owens

Mrs. Mattie Garnett

Mrs. Virginia Forrest

Ms. Louise Bradshaw

Mrs. Bertha Holloway

Mr. Joseph Williams

Mrs. Sue Ferqueron

Mrs. Maxie Sindersine

Mrs. Georgia Richardson

Mr. George Walker

Mr. Santoes Carter

Mr. John Barnes

Mr. John Yonce

Mrs. Ruby Kerse

Mr. Levi Cummings Sr.

Mr. Harris Andrews

Mrs. Sallie Barfield

Mr. Kensley Lewis

Mr. Lester Zeitz

Mr. Fletcher Winn

Mr. Eddie Meeks

Dameon Mims

Mrs. Mary Crowe

Mr. Kenchen Russell

Mrs. Helen Trussell

Mrs. Nannie Gregory

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Seeks military retiree benefit now 052199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wants replacement for 'Boondocks' 052199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Column: Clinton administration policy virtually 'repeals' America's immigration laws 052299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts new comic strip 052199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Correction 052199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Praises timely article on Internet 052199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Quite a GOP conclave 052199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Finds humor in newspaper's error 052199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Aiken's `history lesson' 052199 - The Augusta Chronicle

Supports GOP invite to LaPierre 052299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Hits parental example of film's fans 052299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Encourages HPC critics to find a more constructive path to solution 052299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts Clinton, Congress and the FBI 052299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Jabs mall in 'trespassing' pastor case 052299 - The Augusta Chronicle

Is it 'the' club?

Tyson paroled

Overtime: Sports festival youth track slated today

Keeping Falcons star may be costly

Women's bobsled, skeleton, more cross-country earmarked for games

Thurmond bass smash top-water plugs off points

Three-way battle for Indy 500 pole

Racing returns to site of fatal accident

Labonte in No. 1 position

Overtime: Jackets get Glover back for soph year

Golden Bear's still competitive

Judge denies golfer's request to use cart

Jack is back

Religion briefs: Koran for refugees

Folk Festival will be jazzy

Wrestlers will primp for TV

Synagogue and church join in doing good

`Dr. Quinn' to reappear for a two-hour house call

Feeding the soul

Ramblin' Rhodes: Charts prove country's appeal

Religion in the workplace: A growing legal issue

The Blue Rags can energize an audience

Choir sings in honor of Pentecost

`Gift' of papacy received warily by Anglicans

'Cleopatra' star finds role exhausting

Affirmation of faith will lead to revival of the Spirit

Actor now mature enough for 'Oliver!'

Study: Placebo helps some depressed people

SRS may be picked for project

Traveling microbe exhibit featured in Smithsonian

Psychiatrist uses old time rock 'n' roll to define psychoses

Elizabeth Dole makes Net acceptance speech

Yeltsin concentrates on space station

Vitamin price fixing draws largest fine

Government eases marijuana research easier

Soybean oil completes road test