Apparently there's time for love in politics. First Mondale's press secretary, Maxine Isaacs, and Jim Johnson are to marry. But getting the jump on them, Vice President Bush's press secretary, Peter Teeley, married Valerie Hodgson, Bush's former photographer, in Alexandria last week. Both the vice president and Barbara Bush were at the reception . . . Comedian Dan Aykroyd and his wife, Donna Dixon, celebrated Thanksgiving with a couple of Washington friends in their California home. Dixon is from Alexandria and two of their house guests were Twyla Littleton, a former Miss Maryland, and local publicist Linda Roth. After dinner they watched videotapes of "Dragnet" and "The Honeymooners." Aykroyd, incidentally, has written a new movie, "Spies Like Us," in which he will costar with Chevy Chase . . . Robert Gottlieb, president and editor-in-chief of Alfred A. Knopf Inc., who works with such writers as Joseph Heller, John le Carre' and Doris Lessing, was presented the seventh PEN Publisher Citation at a reception last night at New York University. The PEN/Roger Klein Award went to Jonathan Galassi, a senior editor at Random House. Galassi, who is also a poetry editor for the Paris Review, works with such writers as Vassily Aksyonov, James Fenton, Eileen Simpson and Jean Strouse . . . Jacob Javits, who suffers from Lou Gehrig's disease, was admitted to New York Hospital yesterday complaining of chest pains. The 80-year old former senator from New York was listed in stable condition . . . Comedian Phyllis Diller, for some reason, is concerned that people will bother her when she flies. So, to be incognito, she flies as Sister Louise, wearing a nun's habit . . .