Braves notebook: Smoltz's absence was no cause for concern for team

Maddux responds for Braves

Maddux responds for Braves

Rice coach says his thoughts are with Dierker

Braves notebook: Smoltz's absence was no cause for concern for team

Braves notebook: Remlinger solidifies bullpen

Braves revive offense to win

Consumer prices stabilize, but Fed rate hike still feared

Brown bags $30 million bond

Parent brew company goes flat

Additional business news

Japan's central bank cautious about economic recovery

Group to close local facility

Soaring stocks

Additional business news

Augusta Corporate Park may build soon

Georgia churches alter services
As congregations change, religious leaders try to balance traditional, contemporary worship

House stirs memories of school
When Rachel Robertson was young, she often ventured over to the house near the old Evans Public School.

Stones point to fortress
OCRACOKE, N.C. -- To the fishermen who ply the waters in and around Ocracoke Inlet, the pile of stones just below the water's surface had long been considered only a hazard to navigation.

Olazabal readies for Open

Golf notes: Players disappointed with Pinehurst's lack of rough

Pool submerged by work at Open

What to look for at the U.S. Open

O'Meara returns as teacher

Duval practices without pain

Pinehurst has field guessing

Love III feeling at home

Pinehurst No. 2 ready

Open memories resurface

Have Sabres finally figured out Nieuwendyk?

Francis hired as Coyotes coach

Hrkac in starting lineup in place of Hull

Hitchcock facing game-time decisions on Hull, Hogue

Area briefs: Lottery top prize remains unclaimed

County seeks frugal water use

County cracks down on underage sales

Judge sends shooting case to grand jury

Uniform plan likely to pass

Lawyers advised to confer

Water limits threatening local plants

Area briefs: Gay ambassador upsets Baptists

University expects cleanup to cost plenty

Officials negotiate SRS land

Stones point to fortress

Gliding toward Games

Travelers send their greetings

Redford to direct movie in Savannah

School board member fears court fight

Groups seek more money for DHR

Rain brings some relief

Students win SRS adventure

Georgia churches alter services

2 arrests conclude manhunt

Council approves budget

Company to receive award fee

Judge receives award

House stirs memories of school

Rain scant comfort for farmers

School board passes tentative budget

Apartments OK'd near Aiken horse track

Museum official to change jobs

Sun flowers

Thirteen-year-old boy faces taxing problem

Lawmakers discuss ban on construction

Teacher alleges arbitrary bans

Asphalt proposal rejected

Councilman will run for House seat

Gambling cap dropped in favor of vote

Program helps track offenders

Downtown athletic club closes its doors

Three teens charged in robbery ring

Retailers stocking up on uniforms

Winds of change: Hurricane turns Ducan to basketball

Another stop on Sprewell

Lakers, Jackson reach agreement

NBA notes: injuries pressuring Knicks

Elie savors sights on a well-traveled road

Mr. Martinis Henderson
GASTON, S.C. -- Mr. Martinis ``Monty'' Henderson, 24, of 712 Woodtrail Drive, died Sunday.

Mr. Allen Green
NORTH AUGUSTA -- Mr. Allen W. Green, 54, of 132 Hammond Place Circle, died Sunday, June 13, 1999, in Savannah.

Mrs. Eloise Moore
Mrs. Eloise Roberts Moore, 65, of 601 Albany Ave., died Sunday, June 13, 1999, at her residence.

Mrs. Maggie Jenkins
CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Mrs. Maggie White Jenkins, 95, of 2126 Success St., died Friday, June 11, 1999.

Mrs. Mamie Childs
AIKEN -- Mrs. Mamie Childs, 81, of 908 Abbeville Ave., N.W., died Monday, June 14, 1999, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Mr. Leroy Youmans
NEWARK, N.J. -- Mr. Leroy Youmans, 81, died Thursday, June 10, 1999, at Beth Israel Hospital.

Mr. J.A. Widener
MONTMORENCI -- Mr. J.A. Widener, 70, of 120 Laura Lane, died Tuesday, June 15, 1999, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Mr. C.A. Amerson
Mr. C.A. Amerson, 82, died Tuesday, June 15, 1999, at the Georgia War Veterans Nursing Home.

Mrs. Elmira Madeline Edson
Mrs. Elmira Madeline Edson, 74, of Martinez, died Wednesday, June 16, 1999, at University Hospital.

Ms. Sandria Griner
SANDERSVILLE, Ga. -- Ms. Sandria Maria Griner, 24, died Sunday, June 13, 1999.

Mrs. Betty King
Mrs. Betty L. King, 59, of Augusta, died Monday, June 14, 1999, at Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center.

Mr. Louis Grady III
WILLISTON, S.C. -- Mr. Louis D. ``Jimmy'' Grady, 57, of Farrell Street, died Wednesday, June 16, 1999, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers, Aiken.

Mrs. Frances Davis
WARRENTON, Ga. -- Mrs. Frances B. Davis, 81, of 406 East Main St., died Wednesday, June 16, 1999, at her residence.

Mrs. Lisa Stone
EDGEFIELD, S.C. -- Mrs. Lisa Lynn Miller Stone, 27, of 364 Key Road, died Tuesday, June 15, 1999, in Augusta.

Mrs. Edith Banks
HEPHZIBAH -- Mrs. Edith L. Banks, of 2539 Cross Creek Road, died Saturday, June 12, 1999, at the University Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Mary McLaughlin
GRANITEVILLE -- Mrs. Mary Sue Cook McLaughlin, 78, of 112 Trolley Line Road, died Monday, June 14, 1999, at Mattie C. Hall Health Care Center, Aiken.

Mrs. Edith Banks

Mr. J.A. Widener

Mrs. Elmira Madeline Edson

Mrs. Maggie Jenkins

Mr. Charles Jenkins

Mrs. Eloise Moore

Mr. Donald Coddington Jr.

Mrs. Mamie Childs

Mrs. Betty King

Mrs. Mary Jasper

Mr. Louis Grady III

Gary Phillips Jr.

Mr. C.A. Amerson

Mr. Homer Young

Ms. Sandria Griner

Mrs. Addie Knox

Mrs. Frances Davis

Mr. Bradford Holtzclaw

Mr. Leroy Youmans

Mr. Guyte Smith

Mrs. Mary McLaughlin

Mrs. Helen Saturday

Mrs. Rosa Baxley

Mr. Martinis Henderson

Correction 061699 - The Augusta Chronicle

Reform Judaism a living, growing religion embracing the traditional, modern
MONA CHAREN'S column of June 7, 1999 ``Judaism looking more like the Democratic Party'' was full of misconceptions and half-truths that I feel compelled to address. Obviously, Ms. Charen has not set foot in a modern Reform Jewish congregation in a number of years -- and has based her article on outdated ideas and surveys which we in the Reform movement have long since discarded.

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Reform Judaism a living, growing religion embracing the traditional, modern
MONA CHAREN'S column of June 7, 1999 ``Judaism looking more like the Democratic Party'' was full of misconceptions and half-truths that I feel compelled to address. Obviously, Ms. Charen has not set foot in a modern Reform Jewish congregation in a number of years -- and has based her article on outdated ideas and surveys which we in the Reform movement have long since discarded.

Greene sets 100-meter record

Hingis vows no more tantrums

Fotopoulos goes from superstar to substitute

Family of dead wrestler sues WWF

Money essential on circuit

Overtime: No rollover contract for USC's Fogler

Overtime: Georgia 2nd to Stanford in Sears Cup

Irvin misses workout talking to Jones, returns for second practice

Camp combines athletics, academics

A World Cup beckons, and Akers pushes on

Falcons sign third round draft choice

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Model to compete for Elite

The supermarket shopper: Special deals help consumers, worthy charities

Beauty in botulism?

Dogs to head for the workplace on appreciation day

Xtreme advice: The pain of a breakup will eventually ease

Study: Chimpanzees have 'culture'

Study: Estrogen substitute lowers risk of breast cancer

Study: AIDS and breast cancer get high NIH funding

Senate limits Y2K lawsuits

Gates to Senate: Don't tread on me

Divix pulls plug on video disk format

Fossil of oldest beaked bird discovered

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