The President today announced the appointment of seven persons as members of the National Advisory Committee for Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. They are:
MARY ELLEN CHAMBERLIN, Of Davenport, Iowa, chairperson of the Scott County (Iowa) Juvenile Detention Planning Advisory Committee, who is very active in civic affairs, particularly activities dealing with youth and criminal justice;
AURISTELA FRIAS, Of San Francisco, a drug abuse counselor and administrative assistant to the president of Delancey Street Foundation;
ROBERT D. GLASER, of New Orleans, a junior at Tulane University and counselor at the Greenhouse Crisis Center, Youth Alternatives, Inc.;
SONIA E. MELARA, of Sunnyvale, Calif., a foster home recruitment and educational coordinator with the Santa Clara County Department of Social Services;
DAVID HERRON MOSLEY, of Seattle, director of the City of Seattle Division of Youth Services and chairman of the National Youth Work Alliance;
DAVID GRAY ROSS, of Bowie, Md., an associate judge of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Maryland and a former member of the Maryland General Assembly;
T. GEORGE SILCOTT, of Mount Kisco, N.Y., president of the Urban Research Planning and Conference Center and former executive director of the Wiltwyck School, a residential treatment center for emotionally disturbed or neglected children from poor homes.