Corrections and

>> Mark Tinsley is an assistant special agent in charge of the U.S. Department of the Interior's regional office in Sacramento, Calif. In an article on Page A1 yesterday, he was misidentified as Michael Tinsley.

>> Hawaiian artifacts collector J.S. Emerson was called the "White Kahuna" in an obituary in 1930. In a story on Page A6 in yesterday's early edition, he was incorrectly labeled as the "White Kuhuna."

>> The Honolulu City Council is considering transferring the Waikiki War Memorial Natatorium back to the state rather than spending millions to fix it. A headline to a story on Page A3 in yesterday's early edition incorrectly implied that the city administration was considering the transfer.


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