The Cybertalk column in yesterday's Washington Business incorrectly described how callers can prevent their telephone numbers from appearing on Caller ID screens. Users of touch-tone phones must dial *67 before the number of the other party. The column also erred in saying that Maryland bars motorists from using radar detectors. The devices are legal there.

The photograph illustrating yesterday's Chronicles column in the Style section was from Abraham Lincoln's second inauguration, not the first.

The "Coming Events" listing in Saturday's Religion section erroneously included a concert Friday by soprano Brenda Brokaw and mezzo-soprano Sue Goetz Ross at Little Falls Presbyterian Church in Arlington. The concert will not take place until May.

An article Saturday incorrectly said the Senate Appropriations Committee has voted to defer the use of $350 million of unspent welfare funds until 2002 to fund disaster relief aid. The deferral is to 2001.


Today's reading by Garrison Keillor at Borders Bookstore in Baileys Crossroads, reported in the Literary Calendar in Sunday's Book World, was changed to Saturday, March 20, at 2 p.m. Call 703-998-0404 for information.

The Special Conversation and Evening with Alice McDermott, which the March 7 Book World said was scheduled for March 9, has been rescheduled for Monday, April 5, at 7:30 P.M. at the Rockville Civic Center. Call 301-217-3810 for details.