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A list­ing of re­cent home sales in the Mont­gomery County edi­tion of the April 20 Lo­cal Liv­ing sec­tion mis­stated the sale price for a home at 4131 Le­land St. in Chevy Chase. The home sold for $800,000, not $8 mil­lion.

An April 15 A-sec­tion ar­ti­cle about a law­suit over me­dieval ar­ti­facts pur­port­edly con­fis­cated by the Nazis in­cor­rectly stated that the dis­puted works, part of the Guelph Trea­sure, were part of a 1935 forced sale to the Naz­i­con­trolled state of Prus­sia. As the ar­ti­cle stated else­where, the na­ture of the sale is in dis­pute be­tween heirs of three Jewish art deal­ers and the Ger­man gov­ern­ment.

An April 13 Metro ar­ti­cle about a Cen­ter for Amer­i­can Progress study of PTA fundrais­ing at five Northwest D.C. el­e­men­tary schools said that the Jan­ney El­e­men­tary School PTA raised $1.39 mil­lion. CAP sub­se­quently clar­i­fied that its study ex­am­ined all sources of PTA rev­enue, not just do­na­tions. Some PTA of­fi­cials say the num­bers in­clude pay­ments for af­ter-school pro­grams as well as do­na­tions.

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