Until now, Donna Rice, the fast-fading-from-memory Miami model whose weekend visit with Gary Hart at his Capitol Hill town house ended his presidential hopes, has given only one television interview. That was a soft one to Barbara Walters on ABC's "20/20," which commanded a big viewing audience. Her next television interview will be in Barcelona. Apparently the Spaniards are curious and, most importantly, they will pay for the privilege of an interview -- but nobody's saying how much.

Rice's agent, Tricia Erickson of the Erickson Agency here, has been saying everyone but Rice has made money from the Hart-Rice encounter and this is just the beginning for Rice. She said the only money Rice has received was $4,000 from Life magazine for what was mostly a celebrity picture layout. Erickson said she will be in Barcelona with Rice for the July 29 interview.

And Now, the Straight Arrow There apparently is a reaction to all the scandals of the past year -- sexual, financial and otherwise. M, the self-described magazine of "the civilized man," says the "straight arrow" is now in. "Clearly the hour of the scamp, the cheat and the thief is over for now. The moment belongs now to those who dare to be dull -- to the straight arrows ..."

Among the more recognizable straight arrows are former Marine Corps commandant Gen. P.X. Kelley, Sen. Sam Nunn, test pilot Chuck Yeager, former State Department spokesman Bernard Kalb, Surgeon General C. Everett Koop and Sen. Bill Bradley. And if the magazine is right, the Democrats may have found a candidate: Sen. Paul Simon -- "who blurs the line between straight arrow and nerd -- looks brand new in his sensible glasses and bow tie." But then, another straight arrow the magazine lists, Harry Truman, had a similar look.

Out and About James Bond is the ultimate covert agent: He knows how to keep secrets and get away with things lesser mortals wouldn't even attempt. Maybe that's why retired general Alexander Haig is hosting two showings of the new Bond film "The Living Daylights" today at the Motion Picture Association of America. And among his expected guests are national security adviser Frank Carlucci and a predecessor who has had his problems with secret operations -- Robert McFarlane ...

Maybe he'll learn something about ethics. Ivan F. Boesky, the Wall Street speculator who was ordered to pay a record $100 million for his involvement in insider trading, has been turning his attention to religious studies. He has enrolled in the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York for classes in Hebrew and the Talmud ...

Conservative columnist William F. Buckley testified Wednesday on behalf of Joe McGinnis, the author of "Fatal Vision," in a suit filed by the book's subject, convicted killer Jeffrey MacDonald. Testifying in Los Angeles in the $15 million suit, Buckley said an author must coax the truth from his subject, even if it means feigning agreement with him. MacDonald, who was convicted of the 1970 murders of his wife and two young daughters, claims McGinnis deliberately concealed that he had become convinced of MacDonald's guilt while still writing the book. McGinnis, in his countersuit, claims MacDonald's real complaint is that the book did not vindicate him as he had expected ...

Motion Picture Association of America President Jack Valenti was in Moscow last week for the Moscow Film Festival. While there he visited longtime Soviet Ambassador to the United States Anatoliy Dobrynin and told him how frustrated he was, being out of touch with the Iran-contra hearings. To Valenti's bemusement, Dobrynin recounted a detailed summary of Rear Adm. John Poindexter's testimony ...

Jackie Gleason changed his will the day before he died to leave less money to his wife and more to his secretary, according to his lawyer. Gleason's original will left one-half of his estate to his third wife, Marilyn, and $25,000 to his secretary, Sydell Spear, with the balance going to his two daughters. But on June 23, Gleason amended the document to give his wife one-third of the estate and Spear $100,000 ...

Royal Watch: It doesn't seem like it was that long ago, but Prince Andrew and Fergie were married one year ago yesterday. On the second week of their 26-day Canadian tour, the couple are spending their first wedding anniversary outside Edmonton, Alberta, at a place called Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump. According to Indian legend, the site was given its strange name 150 years ago when a curious young brave was crushed to death as hundreds of buffalo plunged to their death over a cliff. At this tourist site, thousands of pounds of bones are still at the bottom of the cliff ...