A listing of movies accompanying the Family Filmgoer column in yesterday's Weekend section failed to identify "The Minus Man," "Mumford," "Stigmata" and "Stir of Echoes" as R-rated movies.

The name of James A. Mitzelfeld, a Consumer Litigation Civil Division trial attorney honored by Attorney General Janet Reno, was misspelled in the Law & Order column on yesterday's Federal Page.

A photo caption accompanying an essay in Style yesterday on the 1940s gave an incorrect location for the first Levittown. It is in New York.

Jerzy Kozminski, Poland's ambassador to the United States, was misidentified in a caption accompanying an article yesterday on the memorial service for former AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland.

An article yesterday incorrectly reported Maryland's gasoline tax. It is 23.5 cents a gallon.

The current promotion for Nextel's wireless phone service extends through the end of 2000. A chart in yesterday's Fast Forward section incorrectly reported the ending date.

An article yesterday and an item in Thursday's Maryland Weekly incorrectly said that Ralph G. Neas was the only Democrat who had decided to run against Rep. Constance A. Morella (R-Md.). Deborah A. Vollmer, of Chevy Chase, who unsuccessfully sought the Democratic nomination to run against Morella last year, has declared she will again seek the nomination in 2000. This week, Neas abandoned plans to run.