A number was inadvertently dropped from a sentence in today's Sunday magazine story on America's love affair with cars. The sentence on Page 4 should read, "By 1990, the total topped 583 million."
Glenwood Young Jr., the son of the bishop-designate of the Church of Christ's 2nd Western New York Jurisdiction, is employed by Great Lakes Collection Bureau. A story in Saturday's editions of The Buffalo News incorrectly identified his place of employment.
A story Thursday on Michael S. McAuley's guilty plea to possessing a destructive device last December while he was a student at Alfred State College of Technology incorrectly said his attorney, Paul J. Cambria Jr., told a federal grand jury that McAuley had a curiosity about bomb-making but no criminal intent. Cambria made the comments to a reporter.
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