Show Business: Tot Telecasters

Señora Teresa Arceo threaded her way through the labyrinthian corridors of a government building in Mexico City to the appropriate office, where her son Luis was to take his examination for a radio-television announcer's license. In the absence of a baby sitter, the anxious mother brought along her baby daughter Janette as well. During the interview, the overtrained Luis muffed some of the questions; but his precocious, farina-fed sister belted out the answers in such clear, bell-like show-biz tones that the licensing board turned from the eleven-year-old Luis and licensed Janette, making her—at the age of two—one of the world's youngest...

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