WAVES of the Wasatch - Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service in the U.S. Naval Reserve, the first chartered Utah unit of the organization, elected new officers recently.

Serving two-year terms will be Ruth Tuttle, president; Mary Belnap, vice president; Jan Donkin, secretary; Dell Petty, treasurer; and Virginia Glodowski, state director.Originating in World War II, WAVES no longer exists. The unit aims to locate former WAVES of Utah and to serve in the community, state and nation. All former, retired and present Navy women, Yeoman F of World War I, Navy nurses, WAVES, Navy women USN, and USNR, SPARS and all women who served in Military Sea Services may be members.

For more information in the Salt Lake area, contact Ruth Tuttle, 3456 S. 3610 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84109 or phone 277-4696. In the Ogden area contact Mary Belnap, 1173 E. 1150 South, Clearfield, UT 84015 or phone 773-3746, and in the Provo area contact Mary Frederick, 1058 E. 300 South, Provo, UT 84606 or phone 374-1451.

QUOTE OF THE DAY: "Without warning, your mom and dad come flying out of your mouth. You swore you'd be nothing like them and there they are standing on your tongue." - Henry Winkler, talking about parenting at the Governor's Conference on Families Saturday in Symphony Hall.

Those with information for this column are invited to call JoAnn Jacobsen-Wells, Douglas D. Palmer, Chuck Gates or Bruce Hills at the Deseret News, 237-2100.