Women, Women Everywhere

The most striking evidence of the still incomplete social revolution wrought by World War II can be found in the new occupations of American women:

>Northwest lumber yards now have 4,000 women whistle punks, tallymen, flunkies, bull cooks.

>Six women went to work last week as drivers and casket carriers in Los Angeles' fabulous Forest Lawn Memorial Park. (Said one: "I'd even dig graves if I had to, and it may come to that.")

>In Marshfield, Ore., gaffers watched incredulously as a woman maneuvered a State Highway Commission steam roller down the main street.


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