The actor Paul Newman has left his Oscars, theatrical awards and his interests in his businesses to his charity, the Newman's Own Foundation, a will that was made public yesterday revealed. Newman made a fortune selling food items, beginning with his own recipe for salad dressing. The profits from those enterprises have always gone to support the Hole in the Wall Camp for children with cancer, which he established. Now the money will fund the camp in perpetuity. The rest of his estate will go to his wife, actor Joanne Woodward, and his surviving children.