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Teacher’s death: In some edi­tions of the Sept. 28 LATEx­tra sec­tion, a head­line and photo caption that ac­com­pa­nied an ar­ti­cle about the sui­cide of Los An­ge­les Uni­fied School District teacher Rigob­erto Rue­las said that Mi­ra­monte Ele­men­tary School was in South Gate. The school is in the un­in­cor­po­rated Florence-Fire­stone neigh­bor­hood east of South Los An­ge­les.

Glo­ria Stu­art: The obituary in the Sept. 28 LATEx­tra sec­tion of Glo­ria Stu­art, the ac­tress who be­came an artist and fine printer, said that her art­work is in the col­lec­tion of the J. Paul Getty Mu­seum in Los An­ge­les, among oth­ers. Her work is col­lected in the Getty Re­search In­sti­tute, not the mu­seum.

“The Madeleine Brand

Show”: An ar­ti­cle in the Sept. 20 Cal­en­dar sec­tion about the de­but of “The Madeleine Brand Show” on KCRW-FM said that Rick Bay­less was among the chefs who had been lined up for the pro­gram’s “Five-Minute Meal” seg­ment. Bay­less has not been sched­uled for an ap­pear­ance.

Richard Bing: Steve Lopez’s col­umn in the Sept. 12 Sec­tion A about 100-year-old re­tired physi­cian Richard Bing said that Charles Lind­bergh had per­suaded Bing to move to the U.S. in the 1930s to do heart-re­lated re­search that might help Lind­bergh’s ail­ing sis­ter. In fact, Lind­bergh sug­gested the re­search on be­half of his sis­terin-law. Hu­man-pow­ered flight: An ar­ti­cle in the Sept. 25 Sec­tion A said that a Cana­dian grad­u­ate stu­dent had suc­ceeded in mak­ing the first hu­man-pow­ered flight. The ar­ti­cle should have said that it was the first hu­man­pow­ered flight achieved by flap­ping wings.

Tim Martin Glea­son: An ar­ti­cle in the Sept. 26 Arts & Books sec­tion about ac­tor Tim Martin Glea­son, who plays the Phan­tom in the “Phan­tom of the Opera” show that opened last week at the Pan­tages Theater, said he opened the Las Ve­gas pro­duc­tion of the mu­si­cal play­ing the ti­tle char­ac­ter. He played Raoul when the Las Ve­gas “Phan­tom” opened.

Midterm elec­tions: A graphic ac­com­pa­ny­ing an ar­ti­cle in the Sept. 25 Sec­tion A about pres­i­den­tial pop­u­lar­ity and his­tor­i­cal midterm elec­tion re­sults said that Pres­i­dent Nixon did not run af­ter the 1970 midterms. Nixon ran and won in 1972. The graphic also dated Pres­i­dent Tru­man’s sec­ond midterm elec­tions as 1948 — they were in 1950 — and gave his pop­u­lar­ity just be­fore those elec­tions, as mea­sured by the Gallup Poll, as 41%. It was 39%.

Charles Lloyd: A re­view in the Sept. 27 Cal­en­dar sec­tion of Charles Lloyd’s jazz con­cert on the night of Sept. 25 at the Nate Holden Per­form­ing Arts Cen­ter should have noted that the con­cert was pre­sented as part of the Jazz Bak­ery Move­able Feast se­ries. If you be­lieve that we have made an er­ror, or you have ques­tions about The Times’ jour­nal­is­tic stan­dards and prac­tices, you may con­tact Deirdre Edgar, read­ers’ rep­re­sen­ta­tive, by e-mail at read­ers.rep­re­sen­ta­tive @latimes.com, by phone at (877) 554-4000, by fax at (213) 237-3535 or by mail at 202 W. 1st St., Los An­ge­les, CA 90012. The read­ers’ rep­re­sen­ta­tive of­fice is on­line at latimes.com/read­er­srep.

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