Parker Bros., the famous gamemaker, must have thought it had something new and "liberated" when it came out with a new board game called Careers for Girls, but then Susan Engeleiter, administrator of the Small Business Administration, got hold of it. And it's not her idea of a Christmas present for young girls. She chided the firm for what she termed "insensitivity to modern realities" in that the game has only six "careers" to choose from: super mom, schoolteacher, rock star, fashion designer, college graduate and animal doctor.

Noting that women-owned businesses have been the fastest-growing segment of the small business community, Engeleiter said she was amazed the game didn't include such careers as business executives, government leaders, astronauts, scientists or moms without the prefix "super." "Parker Brothers is sending the wrong message to young girls," she said. "Even Barbie dolls come with business suits these days." Then she added, "I am raising my daughter to believe there are not limits on career choices for women. If the Parker 'Brothers' were the Parker 'Sisters' this game would never have passed 'Go.' "

Out and About City Administrator Carol Thompson, one of the most respected members of Mayor Marion Barry's administration, was married Saturday to Curtis Cole, the owner of a Norfolk construction company. Some 800 guests were at the wedding at Asbury United Methodist Church; a reception followed at the Grand Hyatt Hotel. Thompson was married in the same dress that her two sisters were married in. The three decided in 1980 to buy one dress and start a family tradition, to say nothing of saving a pile of money. Mayor Barry hosted another reception for the couple Sunday at the Sumner School. It was the first marriage for Thompson, 38, and the second for Cole, 36. The couple left last night for a honeymoon "someplace warm where there is a beach" ...

Hospital Report: Rep. Barney Frank was released from a Boston hospital yesterday, nine days after suffering a mild heart attack. The Massachusetts Democrat had been hospitalized for treatment of chest pains suffered while exercising. Tests showed that his coronary artery was blocked, and doctors used balloon angioplasty to restore blood flow, according to Beth Israel Hospital ...

Communicator of the Year is not usually the kind of award given to a Soviet official, but this year the National Association of Government Communicators is presenting that honor to Gennadi Gerasimov, the former Soviet Foreign Ministry spokesman. He's the one who used the term "Sinatra Doctrine" -- as in "I did it my way" -- in helping to explain Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev's new policies. The NAGC presents the award to a government official who has made a major contribution to the advancement of the field of information and public affairs. It isn't known if Gerasimov, who is to become Soviet ambassador to Portugal, is scheduled to be at the luncheon in the Rosslyn Westpark Hotel Dec. 7 to pick up his plaque ...

The ever-aging Rolling Stone Mick Jagger has finally married his main squeeze, Texas model Jerry Hall, after a 12-year courtship. Jagger, 47, and Hall, 34, tied the knot in Bali, Indonesia, last Wednesday, in a "traditional Indonesian ceremony." A spokesman for the rock group said the couple have been on a six-week vacation tour in the Far East with their two children, Elizabeth, 6, and James, 5, who were also at the ceremony. It has been a few days since Jagger said in 1983 that he and Hall would be marrying "any day now." Jagger has two other daughters: Jade, from his marriage to the colorful celebrity activist Bianca, and Karis, with actress Marsha Hunt ...