A Jan. 27 story, "Kansas Banks Push Counseling to Help Farmers Weather Hard Times" (page 10), understated delinquencies on the banks' agricultural loans. Those 90 days or more past due on Sept. 30 actually totaled $10.9 million, 77% more than at yearend 1995.

The figures in the story actually pertained to just a subset of those totals-delinquent agriculture-related loans between banks in Kansas.


A brief item Tuesday on page 6 about Mason-Dixon Bancshares' dispute with a shareholder group erred in saying a temporary restraining order would delay mailing of the company's proxy materials. In fact, no such order was granted, and the materials have been mailed.

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