WMAL late-night disc jockey Bill Mayhugh, who represents the best of sane, responsible broadcasting, will receive two honors this month for his dedication to the Washington community and for his long years of raising money for the Leukemia Society. He will be honored Saturday at a black-tie celebrity dinner of the National Capital Chapter of the Leukemia Society for the millions of dollars he has raised through his annual leukemia radiothons. The following Saturday, Mayhugh will receive the Touchdown Club's Hubert Humphrey Award for his service to the community.

There will be a series of other major awards at the Touchdown Club dinner at the Shoreham Hotel, including the NFC Player of the Year award to 49ers quarterback Joe Montana, while his regular receiver Jerry Rice will be honored as the Most Valuable Player in the NFL. With the 49ers' defeat Saturday, it is even possible Montana and Rice will have the free time to come to town to receive their awards. And Rambo himself, Sylvester Stallone, will accept the Chairman's Award, for his dedication to physical fitness, at the Touchdown Club dinner, once described by Sports Illustrated as "the granddaddy of sports banquets in America."

Out and About

A.M. Rosenthal, former executive editor of The New York Times, has been named an editor at large at G.P. Putnam, where he will buy and edit nonfiction books on public affairs by prominent figures and young journalists. Rosenthal was executive editor of The Times from 1977 until his retirement in 1986. He will continue to write the Times column he began when he retired ...

Pickfair, the Beverly Hills mansion once owned by Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks, has been sold to none other than that ever-rising starlet Pia Zadora and her wealthy husband Meshulam Riklis. They reportedly paid just under $8 million for the 42-room house, which Fairbanks purchased in 1919 for $35,000. Hollywood's favorite couple lived in Pickfair until their 1936 divorce, and Pickford remained there until her death in 1979. The house apparently isn't quite right for Pia and her husband, who plan to make a couple million dollars in renovations before moving in ...

Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker may soon be back on television. Newsweek magazine is reporting that the fallen leaders of the PTL ministry have "tentatively" agreed to broadcast a one-hour late-night religious talk and entertainment show from an NBC affiliate in Palm Springs, Calif., to be sent out by satellite to local stations around the country. It hasn't been decided if the show will be financed by advertising or by Jim and Tammy's famous on-air appeals. Yesterday Jim Bakker said, "We're just entertaining ideas right now ... This is just an exploratory thing." Other ideas include another TV proposal by "one of the biggest production companies" that would use a talk show format, "maybe like an Ann Landers, {with viewers} asking us marriage questions, like how we survived over the past year and put our marriage back together in the past year." Here we go again ...

Many people may be wondering who's going to win at the Iowa caucuses, but in Carmel, Calif., the concern is whether Clint Eastwood will run for reelection as mayor. Filing begins this week for the April 12 election, and Mayor Eastwood has said he has some municipal projects he wants to complete. Asked if he would seek reelection to the post he won by a 3-to-1 margin in April 1986, he answered, "Probably ... but I really haven't given it a thought" ...

It was almost like a political convention yesterday at the Chicago Bar and Grill in Dupont Circle -- the reporters outnumbered the delegates.

Four local television crews showed up at the bar to film Bears fans watching their team lose the big one to the Redskins at Soldier Field. Since he received so much television attention this weekend, Chicago Bar and Grill owner Norman Gross said yesterday that he's seriously considering temporarily changing the name of his watering hole to the Minneapolis Bar and Grill for next weekend's game ...