Radio: Juvenile Jury

Should an eleven-year-old girl wear lipstick? Ten-year-old Buddy Robinson gave his considered answer: "No . . . because they look ridiculous." Art Stone, 11, thought little girls who wore children's clothes and grownups' lipstick were "stupid." "It's just as silly for little boys to wear long pants," countered Francey Aransohn with biting, ten-year-old derision. Two other girls added their comments, and Juvenile Jury was off to a provocative start.

The first half-hour program made it evident that Manhattan's WOR had a kid-show formula that would give the precocious Quiz Kids a run for their money. This week, after five trial broadcasts, the...

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