There will undoubtedly be big, friendly smiles on First Lady Nancy Reagan's face when she meets with her Soviet counterpart, Raisa Gorbachev, this week, but they may only be for the photographers. According to former White House spokesman Larry Speakes, Mrs. Reagan has not been particularly partial to the Soviet first lady since their first meeting at the Geneva summit in 1985. Speakes, who is writing a book titled "Speaking Out" with Washington author Bob Pack, said yesterday that it will include Mrs. Reagan's comments about Mrs. Gorbachev after the two hosted teas for each other in Geneva.

"Mrs. Reagan regarded her ... as a dogmatic Marxist who simply spouted Communist philosophy and shared little of Nancy's interests in child care, fighting drug abuse or other issues of substance," Speakes writes in the book, which is scheduled for publication in May. He said yesterday that Nancy Reagan was especially angered in 1986 when Mrs. Gorbachev decided at the last minute to attend the Reykjavik summit, where she became the center of media attention and hype. Mrs. Reagan had chosen not to go because she thought Mrs. Gorbachev wasn't going; then when the Soviet first lady announced she was going, Mrs. Reagan said she found herself with commitments she couldn't break. "She felt she had been used," Speakes said.

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Summit conferences have a new, romantic meaning for Mutual Radio Vice President Ron Nessen and USA Today's White House correspondent Johanna Neuman. In the peculiar way Washington relationships sometimes work, Nessen and Neuman met during the Reykjavik summit, and last week, on the eve of the Washington summit, Nessen proposed marriage and Neuman accepted. Now, explained Nessen, who was President Ford's press secretary, the couple are planning a late spring wedding so their plans won't conflict with a possible Moscow summit in June, where they'd both be working. As Nessen joked yesterday, "We're being careful about the timing on this so we don't end up getting married in Red Square" ...

Prominent Washington urologist and longtime jazz buff Dr. C. Warfield Clark celebrated his 70th birthday yesterday at a jazz salute in his honor, which was organized by his wife Savanna and held at the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Sammy Davis Jr., in town to be honored by the Kennedy Center, stopped by the concert-brunch, and Ella Fitzgerald, one of the giants of jazz, sent a birthday telegram. Washington radio's voice of jazz, Felix Grant, was the emcee of the event, which featured the Dick Morgan Trio, singer Clea Bradford, guitarist Kenny Burrell and pianist Dorothy Donegan ...

So you thought you had heard the last of the adventures of Jessica Hahn. You were wrong. Apparently Hahn, who has been living at the Playboy mansion in Los Angeles and whose undraped photos have helped sell a couple of Playboy issues, will look different in any future pictures. People magazine is reporting that she has recently had a fairly complete overhaul: plastic surgery on her breasts, lips, nose and cheeks. Carrie Leigh -- Hugh Hefner's girlfriend, who is looking after Hahn -- told People: "I will say only that Jessica is working on getting herself together mentally and physically, but I'm not going to be the one to give away her secrets" ...