April 09, 2005

An article in yesterday's editions of The Sun about an anticipated budget deficit at the Department of Juvenile Services misspelled the name of state budget secretary James C. "Chip" DiPaula Jr.

An article in yesterday's editions incorrectly identified the occupations of the Goodwill Industries employees who were hit by a cement truck on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway on Tuesday.

According to Goodwill warehouse supervisor George Johnson and state police, Robert Errol Johnson Sr., 44, who was killed in the accident, was a truck driver assistant. Robert L. Howard, 52, was the driver of the truck, which had broken down on the highway near the Patapsco River where the two men were standing when they were hit.

An article in Thursday's editions incorrectly estimated the percentage by which the minimum wage would increase under legislation approved by the General Assembly. The minimum wage would increase by 19.4 percent, to $6.15, under the bill.

An article in Thursday's editions about a simultaneous chess game between former world champion Anatoly Karpov and 60 schoolchildren at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County incorrectly reported the outcome of one of the games. In addition to Alex Barnett of Silver Spring, the other student who played Karpov to a draw was Scott Low, 12, of Silver Spring.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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