The producer of a new film about the 1932 gun battle in which six Springfield, Mo., police were killed by a group of gangsters that reportedly included Pretty Boy Floyd and Fred Barker will come to Capitol Hill Monday to make a $15,000 donation toward erection of a National Law Enforcement Memorial in Judiciary Square to honor America's slain law enforcement officers.

Carter De Haven, producer of the recent hit film "Hoosiers," will present the check at a reception in the Mansfield Room of the Capitol hosted by Attorney General Edwin Meese and Missouri Sen. Christopher Bond. Tony Oliver LaVine, the great-grandson of one of the six officers killed in what is described as the single largest police massacre in American history, is also expected to attend. It is LaVine who has been the driving force behind the film, which is tentatively titled "On the Edge."

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President Reagan still has more than a year left in office, but an alumni organization of his appointees has already been formed. The Reagan Appointees Alumni Organization will hold its first annual meeting tonight at the Heritage Foundation. Gilbert A. Robinson, former adviser to the secretary of state and president of the organization of formers, said that new additions to the alumni club's board will include former secretary of agriculture John Block, former White House adviser Martin Anderson, former White House counsel Fred Fielding, former secretary of the navy John Lehman, former assistant secretary of state Alan Keyes and former Department of Education deputy undersecretary Wendy Borcherdt. Already on the board are former U.N. ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick, former general services administrator Gerald Carmen and former head of the Office of Personnel Management Donald Devine ...

Bert Parks may not sing to Miss America anymore, but he does keep busy. He's in town this week to emcee the Miss Indian USA Pageant at the National Building Museum Saturday. He will also host a Mr. America Pageant Dec. 14 through 18 in Atlantic City and has presided over the Mother/Daughter Pageant 1988, which will be televised as a two-hour syndicated special in January ...

Hospital Report: Former first lady Betty Ford is hospitalized at the Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage, Calif., where she is scheduled to undergo triple bypass surgery tomorrow. Performing the delicate operation will be noted heart surgeon Jack J. Sternlieb. Hospital officials say the 69-year-old wife of former president Gerald Ford is doing well and is in good spirits. They say they expect her to be home with her family to celebrate Thanksgiving the following Thursday ... Susan Akin, Miss America 1986, is in the Jeff Anderson Regional Medical Center in Meridian, Miss., recovering from an operation on her nose, which was crushed when her car and a tractor-trailer collided. The accident occurred Monday near Macon, Miss. Her mother, Dorothy Little, said the operation took two hours. "She was wearing her seat belt," her mother added. "She wanted to be sure and let everyone know she always wears her seat belt" ... British actor and writer Dirk Bogarde is undergoing treatment in King Edward VII Hospital in London for an undisclosed ailment. A hospital spokesman would not comment on reports the 66-year-old star had suffered a stroke ...