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JOYCE HABER Thu'rs., Sept. 24, 1 970 Part IVC SOL HUROR CONCERT SEASON ARTISTS TOLD Hunter Wants to Start New Film Heston Given Men Club Award Charlton Heston received a special . award from the'Cedars-Sinai . Men's Club on, the stage of Pacific's Beverly Hills Theater. Tuesday night preceding ,the premiere of , "Julius Caesar." . . ? The picture is the third In which Heston has ' starred that has been premiered to benefit Cedars-Sinai Medical Center charities. The others were "Khartoum" an d IT h e Rosa Hunter is fat (not literally) and happy with "Air- port under his belt (it passed the $59 million mark last wteek). But now; he's 'itching to start another project, . still untitled, which would reteam the producer with his "Airport, partner, George Seaton. geatbn has written the original screenplay for , - Agony and the Ecstasy." " : Artur Rubinstein will perform - March 8 at 8:30 p.m., and Mstislav Rostfo-povich, Soviet cellist, at 3 p.m: on May 9. - The Bolshoi Ballet will appear at the Shrine Auditorium in late June, exact dates' to be announced. , '; Hurok will also present two other attractions outside of his regular season, both in the Ahmanson Theatre: the Vienna Choir Boys Feb. 21 matinee and evening; and 'the Greek folksinger;. Nana M o u b , kouri, accompanied by the. Athenians (an instrument tal group),. March M matinee and evening. ' r , : . ' v, ' . ' ! i 'Five Easy Pieces' . Jack Nicholson stars in Columbia Pictures' , "Five, Easy Pieces" which opens , an exclusive engagement Wednesday at the Crest . Theater in Westwood. ' e&eatCTg poben Drama ugic wnat Koss describes as "a woman's story" . (natch, that's what Hunter does , so well). , - "It's tied in with the ac: . tivfets and militants,";, he explains. It , will probably , be the .first movie, oh the ' subject ever to get a G rat- 5 ing. His movie,, "The Pub- lie ;Eye,t;with Mia .Far-ro w, won't start until springy because it requires much exterior shooting, ; - Ross - says, "and -1 can't trust the British weather till then.": iy:;i,r:j: Another. project Ros3 is waxiner enthusiastic about: Andy Duggan. Now, Gov. Reagan, haven't we' voted on this one before?. ....... ' . ' . - . . - . Talk of' Cults: The David ' (Gayle Hunnicutt) Hem-rnings have dogs named Humphrey and Bogart i .' . Cosmopolitan will excerpt Price-Sloan-Sterri's "International Beauty Book", in the October issue: In it, Beulah Roth tell$ the secrets of world famous beauties ; . . If you're wondering where reclusive Christopher Jones is living gee, they say it's in the guest house behind' the Sharon Tate murder home in Benedict Canyon. ; , Visit to Carol in Reno Carol Channing; who'll be starring on Broadway' this season in' David Merrick's "Four on a. Garden," is currently playing Reno. The. other night-her friend Jack Benny turned up in the audience, along with some other' well-heeled friends, like San Francisco millionaire ?ren-tis Cobb Hale, who's a great friend also of Carol's great 1 friend, Denise Mihnelli, whom he plans to marry s Pren-: tis simply chartered a private plane to zip Denise and; other Carol fans to Nevada. Anyway, spotting Benny at ringside, La Channing said in. a voice loud and. clear, "Jack, it was sweet of you to send all those drinks to our" table last night, but you shouldn't haves We already had more water than we wanted."; : " : r ' ' . - Word has been leaking from New York- for weeks about "Joe," a new low-budget film made by semi-pros with a relatively unknown cast (or have you heard of Peter Boyle, Dennis Patrick,, Audrey Caire, K Callan and Susan Satandon?); After running it the other night I quite understand all the stir. It shows, with total can- dor, what happens to a comfortable middle-aged success who finds his teen-age daughter turned-ont (and finally, destroyed) by the . drug scene, It's vail there , in " Joe,"( which is surely one of the very best of the year about the year. And wow! :-; A pizzeria , in Manhattan's Times Square contains a big blowup ,6f Sophia. Loreh. Sonhia stars in Joe Levir.e's. "Sunflower," opposite Marcello Mastroianni, as of today at-the Radio City Music Hall. Says a sign beside the pizza-photo:-"Sophia doesn't eat here, but if she were in town she would." . , ' " ,, would costar Helen Hayes and LAST SEE SNOOPY, HRE'$ SKATER PARING 1971 sii?nEii NOW THRU Schedule of Pertwrnancts 1(1 4 'v" ter has a special in, at least. Miss Sinatra just happens to' be the daughter of you-know-who and Nancy Sr., Nancy's been Ross' ever-so-steady, charming companion about town for absolutely eons ? ' James ''Maronwanted' to'' introduce his lady-friend, . Jacky Hutton, to Beverly Hills highlife, but in low key. : He chose the wrong day to take her to lunch at the Bistro: They were settling down for a hamburger when Ellen Blume Graham arrived to photograph some of the' restaurant's top female, clientele for a West magazine layout. As the ladies trooped in,-among them Audrey (Mrs. Billy) Wilder, Fran (Mrs. Ray) Stark and Frances (Mrs. Edgar) :Bergen, James started presenting Jacky by a phony name. He finally gave up. Jacky Spells her name that way so's not to be confused with that other rich jet-setter called Jackie. , Russia's Bolshoi Ballet, two other ballets corapa- nies and five concert artists from Sol Hurok's 1970-71 subscription sea-, son. All events ' with the ; exception of the Bolshoi will be held in the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion of The Music Center. 1 ' I The season begins Nov. 8 at ; 8:30 p.m. with yiktor Tretyakov, Soviet violinist and first prize -winner in t h e 1966 : Tchaikovsky , Competition. . i . Rudolf Nureyev and the . Australian Ballet will ap-. pear from Dec. 26 through Jan. 3 with Dec. 27 as the subscribers', date. Shirley Verrett,' mezzo - soprano, will present . a recital Jan. 23 at 8;30 p.m., followed by. Andres Segovia Feb. 5 at "the same time. The f. American Ballet Theater will return to Los Angels.. Feb. 15-24; sub-" scription date; opening ' night. . v- .i-.-' -DtnSullntn.LATi'ru "EICZ.EXT, OASSP- : ate ad mm' , TICKflROfl - MUIUAl - LIBERTY 5v Dolphins Record Stores- h f Mutereliiiee for Theatre) 'V - 1 1 V . Pirties Group Sales S ' i fhont 464-7121 XK& IMONOAY BMKl TONIGHT AT 0:30 I VAR THEATRE 1CS5NfYar St 484-7121 V-Flmt Restrntriiis Acceptetl 3u( s. 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Now White has finally sold the rights, not to Disney, but to Edgar Bronfman's relatively new company, Sagittarius. The children's bestseller will be a feature-length cartoon . . , ,.:."" ': '-' The latest 'in' thing in Hollywood (I won't say it's A, ; but it's In) is decorating with antique stick-on "furniture" called PeoplePaper. You place it on the walls. It in- ; eludes a stained-glass window, a ring-up telephone, a : Tiffany lampshade and such. : : ' ; -; . " Dan Dailey, who plays Gov. Drinkwater on CBS' Governor and J. J., is running for reelection this season. tAnd who is his opponent? An actor, played by -actor v "' ',.' i ; : ' : . .. , Ferlinghettf s One-Act: ir-' ''."." ,." -BY SANDRA SCHMIDT . , ; ' ' ''DARKER TIIAM AMBER" 1! WARRENS Los Angeles -MA4-6271 LOEWS THEATRES : tALOWIN - Los Angeles V29371G4 , ELMIRO Santa Monica 394-6703 CROWN . Pasadena- 796-3131 . 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