An article yesterday on House passage of a spending bill incorrectly characterized one of the savings provisions as expediting the transfer of money to the U.S. Treasury from private accounts held by the Federal Reserve. The accounts are government accounts.
The Logging On column in yesterday's Fast Forward section incorrectly reported that CompuServe and Prodigy require that customers pay for three years of Internet access in advance before receiving a $400 rebate on computer purchases.
An article on computer terminology in yesterday's Fast Forward section should have said the realistic minimum for a hard drive's memory capacity is six to eight gigabytes.
In some editions yesterday, the Business section's Digest incorrectly reported Thursday's movement in the Dow Jones industrial average. The Dow rose 152.61 points, or 1.4 percent, to close at 11,035.70 Thursday.
A photo caption on the Weekend's Best page in yesterday's Weekend incorrectly reported where the craftwork pictured would be shown. The work was for the Sugarloaf Crafts Festival.
The benefit for Italian Cultural Society scholarship programs featuring principal artists of the Opera Camerata of Washington will be held at 6 p.m. Sunday at Lisner Auditorium. The time was incorrect in yesterday's Weekend section.
The ski club Black Ski Inc. was incorrectly identified in Weekend yesterday.
An article yesterday on the relationship between Cuba and Venezuela misidentified Jose Marti, the father of Cuban independence, as a Spaniard. Marti was Cuban.