Jack Kent Cooke has married again. Cooke was quietly married Friday to Suzanne Elizabeth Martin in the chambers of Alexandria General District Court Chief Judge Daniel Fairfax O'Flaherty. The couple then departed for Cooke's Elmendorf Farm in Lexington, Ky., en route to a California honeymoon. Suzanne Martin, 31, is the daughter of Nicholas Szabados, retired director of training and educational services at Bethesda Naval Hospital, and Diane Martin.

Martin and Cooke, the 74-year-old owner of the Washington Redskins among many other things, became engaged in March but set no definite wedding date. Cooke, who lives at Far Acres estate in Middleburg, was married twice before. This is Martin's first marriage. Cooke, who Forbes magazine says is worth more than $600 million, would never comment as to whether a prenuptial agreement was involved in this marriage. When he divorced his first wife in 1979 after 42 years of marriage, his settlement with her -- of about $50 million -- was the highest ever reported and made the Guinness Book of World Records.

North for the Birds He didn't tell the Iran-contra committee that he was a Baltimore Orioles fan, though that was about all he didn't tell it. But on Friday night, Lt. Col. Oliver North was sitting in one of the prestigious field boxes near the Orioles' dugout signing autographs, even autographing baseballs. There were several bodyguards in attendance as well as his lawyer Brendan Sullivan, obviously nearby in case someone had a question.

North seemed to involve himself in the game enthusiastically, even to the point of standing up and throwing his arms in the air when "the wave" hit his part of the stands. The good seats weren't hard to come by, since Sullivan is a partner in the law firm of Orioles owner Edward Bennett Williams. North was in mufti and Sullivan was not wearing his lawyer's blue. Out and About James Reston is giving up the New York Times Washington column he has written for 30 years. The 77-year-old Reston, who has held a number of top positions at The Times, including stints as executive editor and Washington bureau chief, told Newsweek that he plans to travel and write longer pieces for The New York Times Magazine. Reston, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, said he would write op-ed page commentaries when he felt he had something to say ...

A Florida judge has ruled that Johnny Carson's son Christopher must pay the mother of his illegitimate child $175 a week, a little more than one third the $500-a-week child support she requested. In an interim ruling, he had been ordered to pay her $125 a week. The 36-year-old Carson, a member of the Professional Golfers Association, has virtually one source of income, a $35,000 check he receives annually from his father. His father also bought him a four-bedroom home and both of his cars ...

Jessica Hahn, the church secretary whose tryst with PTL televangelist Jim Bakker has made her something of a celebrity, has pending movie and book deals that her attorney claims will earn her about $2.5 million. She sold her story for an undisclosed sum to Playboy, and it is scheduled to appear in the November issue. It is to detail how Hahn says she was forced to have sex with Bakker and another minister in a Florida hotel room in December 1980. It may surprise Playboy to read the current Us magazine, which carries a lengthy interview with the 28-year-old Hahn. In the story, written by New York Times reporter Sara Rimer, Hahn says she was a virgin before she met Bakker. Rimer had written the story of her seven-hour interview with Hahn earlier for The Times. In the Us interview, Hahn says she turned down a $350,000 offer from Penthouse publisher Bob Guccione for her story and a tasteful, nonexploitive photograph ...