Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt faces up to six months in prison after pleading guilty in Los Angeles to federal charges he shouted obscenities in the Supreme Court chambers Nov. 8, 1983 . . .
When the Armed Forces escort showed up at the Four Seasons Hotel to pick up Linda Gray, Sue Ellen of "Dallas" fame, to take her to Monday's White House dinner for Saudi King Fahd, he was a bit confused. He said he was there to pick up Linda Evans. Evans is from the other show, "Dynasty," where she plays Krystle Carrington . . .
King Fahd's 11-year-old son Prince Abdul Aziz visited Children's Hospital yesterday and presented the hospital with $100,000 for new equipment . . .
Nebraska Gov. Bob Kerrey, who is often seen with actress Debra Winger, has learned that Good Housekeeping magazine has listed him as one of the nation's 50 most eligible bachelors. And he's not pleased. "It's depressing . . . I prefer not to be an eligible bachelor" . . .
Sheila Tate will begin Friday, her last day as Nancy Reagan's press secretary, by being interviewed during the first half hour of "Good Morning America." Someone at ABC probably thinks she has some secrets to tell now that she is going to the big money of public relations, but they should be warned. Tate is not the kind who tells secrets . . .