The Women

Twelve good women and true were hard at work last week pondering such social problems as "Should a pock-marked woman marry a blind man?"

The American Woman's Jury (Mutual, Mon.-Fri., 1:45 p.m., E.W.T.) has been on the air for six weeks. They have been breathless weeks—even by U.S. radio standards. Fortnight after the show opened as a sustainer, it drew a fat sponsor (Lewis-Howe Co., makers of Nature's Remedy and Turns).

No Divorcees. Woman's Jury is a three-way parlay of courtroom drama, confession, and the endless domestic problems of the soap operas. The...

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