In some of yesterday's editions, the running total of money donated to Bob Levey's Send a Kid to Camp campaign did not appear. The running total as of July 20 was $175,812.60.

The name of Phil Hough, a trustee for the Oliver North Legal Assistance Fund, was misspelled in an Associated Press story in some of yesterday's editions.

An article yesterday about the D.C. Taxicab Commission incorrectly identified the commissioner who made a motion to table a surcharge and zoning map change proposal. Commissioner Joseph Becker made the motion.

In a Metro story Wednesday about a meeting of the Arlington School Board, Margaret Heckard, Frank K. Wilson and Dorothy H. Stambaugh were misidentified. Heckard is the spokeswoman for the county school system, and Wilson recently replaced Stambaugh as the chairman of the school board.

The date on which former Federal Reserve Board chairman Arthur Burns died was incorrect in yesterday's Style section. He died June 26.

A picture caption in Tuesday's Metro section incorrectly characterized a blighted section of Rte. 1 in Fairfax County. There are no adult bookstores in the 7 1/2-mile stretch between the Capital Beltway and Fort Belvoir.

Sioux City, Iowa, is located along the Missouri River. The river was incorrectly identified in an article Wednesday.

An article Wednesday about a House panel's investigation of links between the Nicaraguan contras and drug trafficking incorrectly reported that the Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control has taken testimony from hundreds of witnesses. The committee has received information from hundreds of individuals outside of formal hearings, according to a committee spokesman.