In a letter to the editor published yesterday from retired...

January 06, 1996

In a letter to the editor published yesterday from retired Judge Marvin H. Smith concerning the Clients' Security Trust Fund, several lines were inadvertently omitted. As written, the letter actually stated, "The concept that the bar has a debt of honor to the public for the defalcations of its erring members began in Australia about 1929, spread to Europe, thence to Canada and then to the United States in the late '50s or early '60s."

The Sun regrets the error.

FOR THE RECORD - CORRECTION

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