Because of a technical error, only small portions of three photos of the National Gallery Sculpture Garden appeared in some editions of today's Weekend, which was printed in advance. The photos will be printed correctly in the May 28 issue of Weekend.
The Commerce Department's National Technical Information Service has launched the Web site www.usgovsearch.com as a joint venture with Northern Light Technology. An incorrect Internet address was listed in yesterday's Business section.
Due to a production error, some editions of yesterday's Style section contained the "Century in the Post" feature intended for Sunday. Readers who would like the May 20 installment faxed or mailed to them may call 202-334-7535.
A picture caption in Sunday's Metro section about a Silver Star ceremony contained several errors. Jim Smith was not rescued by former senator Robert J. Dole in Italy during World War II; Smith rescued John Erdman, of Quakertown, Pa., during the Battle of the Bulge. Although the ceremony took place at the Korean War Memorial, Smith, who lives in Harford County, Md., did not serve in Korea.
Contrary to what a Style article reported Wednesday, John Williams did not win an Oscar for his score for "Saving Private Ryan," but he was nominated for one.
An article Tuesday on the Supreme Court decision forbidding states from limiting welfare for new residents misquoted a constitutional provision at issue. The provision of the 14th Amendment involved in the case states: "No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States."
Ian Buruma's May 27 appearance at Chapters Literary Bookstore, noted in the Literary Calendar of this coming Sunday's Book World, was canceled after Book World went to press. Call 202-347-5495 for details.