Jessica Hahn now claims that former PTL leader Jim Bakker brought himself down when he told his church board about the sexual encounter he had with Hahn, the former church secretary who has found a way to cash in on the scandal. The 28-year-old Hahn, in the second part of a lengthy question-and-answer interview in the December issue of Playboy, said that all she ever wanted from Bakker after the 1980 sexual encounter was an apology, which she said she never received.

Hahn, who described the episode with Bakker in a November Playboy interview that was accompanied by photographs of her in various degrees of undress, said she was given $10,000 by a church member who told her to use it to get counseling and that a $150,000 trust was set up to keep her quiet. Hahn said she didn't want the money. "It wasn't what I wanted. I wanted Jim Bakker to get on the phone and say, 'Jessica, I was wrong. I harmed you.' " Neither Hahn nor her lawyer will confirm she received $1 million for the Playboy deal. Only one sexy photograph of her appears in the December issue. Out and About Former senator Barry Goldwater has been elected chairman of the board of the National Historical Intelligence Museum. The Arizona Republican, who once ran for the presidency, has long been a supporter of a museum that would collect, preserve and exhibit intelligence objects of historic significance. The museum's board includes former CIA directors William E. Colby and Richard Helms ...

Rep. Pat Schroeder must be tired of the criticism about the tears she shed when she announced at a press conference that she would not make a try for the Democratic nomination for president. Former congresswoman Shirley Chisholm, who made her own run for the presidency a few years back, told an audience in Rock Island, Ill., this weekend that she had wanted Schroeder to try for the nomination for symbolic purposes. And of the tears, she said, "That was particularly disturbing to a lot of women because that is just what the gentlemen would say -- that women really can't do it. To me, it has set us back. There's no question in my mind it has set us back for a while" ...

Maybe you thought the Vanna White craze was coming to an end. Not so. Television's "Wheel of Fortune" girl is now the subject of a Playboy special edition. The magazine's pictorial on Vanna in May was one of the biggest selling issues in recent years. Seizing on what seems a sure money maker, Playboy has put together a display of Vanna White photographs -- mostly from her lingerie modeling days, and some of them show quite a bit of Vanna -- that it boasts is "the ultimate photo collection." Whatever that means. Maybe there's an inexhaustible number of people out there who will pay $4.95 to see a little more of Vanna, even though with most of the photos that's very little indeed ...

"Miami Vice" star Don Johnson was back in the Midwest this weekend to accept the first "Buddy" award from the University of Kansas theater department, where he studied 20 years ago. The award is named in honor of another KU student, 1920s actor Buddy Rogers. Properly shaved and in a dark suit, Johnson said he would one day like to be an associate professor. But then he couldn't leave well enough alone and added: "I've always joked that most of our talented people come out of the Midwest because there just isn't a damn thing to do here" ...