World Trade Center to Cross Over
CHANNELED: The victims of the Sept. 11 attack by psychic John Edward, host of "Crossing Over," during the November sweeps. It will be done "tastefully," according to his syndicator . . . ACQUITTED: O.J. Simpson. Again. This time in his three-day Miami trial for a road rage incident. It took the jury about 90 minutes to acquit Simpson, who could have faced up to 16 years in prison had he been found guilty of assaulting Jeffrey Pattinson during an argument. "Thank you," Simpson whispered to the jury as he put his hand on his heart . . . TOPPED: All other albums on the charts by "God Bless America," an anthology featuring Celine Dion's rendition of the patriotic standard . . . BOOKED: Republican Senator Phil Gramm of Texas to play a politician in the Civil War epic "Gods and Generals." "I'm not giving up my day job based on the belief that I have a future in Hollywood," said Gramm, who is giving up his day job for other reasons when his term expires in January 2002 . . . DIED: Jose Manuel Vargas Martinez, 70, who was the Mexican version of Bozo the Clown until a trademark lawsuit forced him to become Nino the Clown. Much beloved as a children's television host, he was buried by a host of his fellow clowns in full makeup at a ceremony marked by fireworks and confetti.
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