By Stephen M. Silverman
Updated August 14, 2002 10:31 AM
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ADDED: The cell phone and baseball cap belonging to former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, 57, a stairwell sign from the World Trade Center, a piece of limestone from the Pentagon and a uniform from a Navy officer who rescued a Pentagon victim will be some of the items that will be on display when Washington, D.C.’s Smithsonian National Museum of American History opens its exhibit “September 11: Bearing Witness to History” on the anniversary of the attacks, reports the Associated Press. Melinda Machado, the museum’s director of public affairs, said the Smithsonian began planning for the exhibit last Sept. 13. … SURRENDERED: Pro wrestler "Stone Cold" Steve Austin (real name: Steve Williams), 36, turned himself in to law enforcement officials in Texas on Tuesday on a charge of beating his wife, Debra Williams, 42, reports Reuters. He posted $5,000 bond and was released pending future legal action, said a spokesman for the Bexar County Sheriff’s Department. … APPEARED: Pop singer Adam Ant (real name: Stuart Goddard), 47, pleaded guilty at London’s Old Bailey court on Tuesday to brawling after he threatened pub patrons with a starting pistol for laughing at his clothing, reports the AP. The incident took place on Jan. 12 in the north London pub. The prosecution dropped three other charges of criminal damage, assault causing actual bodily harm and possession of an imitation firearm. Ant was released on bail until Oct. 2 for sentencing. … DIED: Ed Headrick, 78, father of the commercial Frisbee and designer of Wham-O’s first “professional model” flying disc, died at home in his sleep Monday after suffering two strokes last month, according to his eldest son, Ken. His heirs will honor Headrick’s wish that his ashes be molded into memorial flying discs to be given to family and friends and others who make donations in his memory, the younger Headrick told the AP.