JFK ADD: Kennedy's aircraft had been missing since Friday night. Some debris has washed ashore, but the plane has still not been located.
EYES OPEN: Stanley Kubrick's final opus, Eyes Wide Shut, wins the box-office race, raking in nearly $23 million in its first weekend.
AILING: Celebrity cook Jennifer Paterson, 71, one of TV's Two Fat Ladies, undergoing tests for cancer in a London hospital, the BBC reports.
BUSTED: Gary Coleman due in court August 3 on charges he failed to the $400 fine in his fan assault case. The former child star was picked up last weekend during a traffic stop in Monrovia, California.
ROAD WORK: A 17-mile stretch of Interstate 65 in Indianapolis now named after favorite hometown boy/music mogul Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds.
PRIORITY BUYERS: James Cagney fan John Travolta being given a first shot at the up-for-sale Oscar that the actor won for 1942's Yankee Doodle Dandy. Starting price: $600,000.
CAGNEY ADD: Saturday would have been the screen legend's 100th birthday.
NURSERY NEWS: Def Jam rap mogul Russell Simmons expecting his first child with model wife Kimora Lee, the New York Daily News says. Baby's due in January.
MESSING WITH THE WEST: Cable's TBS to undertake a remake of film classic High Noon, to air in 2000. No word yet on the Gary Cooper and Grace Kelly wannabes.
THE BIG (WHITE) APPLE: According to network TV, New York City is 80 percent white, 15 percent black and 3 percent Latino--so says a survey of prime-time shows by Electronic Media.
DYNAMIC DUO: Britney Spears and ex-New Kids on the Block star Joey McIntyre to join forces for a pop-rific Disney Channel special, debuting October 16.
MAKE GOOD? Robin Leach's attorneys say a settlement is near with 14 U.S. states accusing the TV host of repping a misleading travel program.