Paige gets transferred from the Marvin Mitchelson law firm of Beverly Hills, to the law firm of Silverton, Ruderman and Graf of Studio City. Her new law firm is located at 12345Ventura Blvd.; a 5 minute drive from her childhood home at 13055 Moorpark St..
This may have happened because Marvin Michelson was busy climbing the ladder of success in 1966.
He continued to represent Hollywood and Beverly Hills “soon-to-be-divorced-wives.”
(66 also brought Marvin international work in London from a rock band.)
Aldo Ray spoke bitterly about his ex-wives. I have several more articles about him not included.
Marvin Michelson may have grown tired of Paige’s divorce case by 1966; she is not recorded as doing so in the stack I divorce papers I purchased. Nor was her “interlocutory” ex-husband, Mark F. Segal, he hadn’t paid more than the one payment in 64.
Any publicity for “weird headlines” (see chapter on Segal-Young Divorce Makes Headlines) had long since been of any benefit to MMM.
1966 Paige’s Mother, Donna Holroyd, and her grandmother, Virginia Young LaRocca, are listed in the phone directory at 5760 Hazeltine. It’s an apartment building on the corner of Hazeltine and Hatteras in Van Nuys. Jack Holroyd is not listed at this location.
All 3 of them would soon move together to the Simi Valley area where Donna Holroyd would open a state funded daycare for young mothers trying to work and go to school. The school was in an area of Oxford. (1970-71)
By April of 1974 Donna and Jack Holroyd were divorced and Donna was living. with her mother Virginia back in Sherman Oaks, at the lovely Chase Knolls Apartment Community on Huston St. Donna’s address here is on Paige’s death certificate in 1974, Donna as Next of Kin.
This address is on Virginia LaRocca’s death cert. in 1976.
Also appears on Donna Virginia Holroyd’s death certificate in 1980.
See Chapters Whatever Happened To and Paige’s Death Cert.
Virginia Young LaRocca is Diana’s grandmother. She started out life as a Mormon in Utah, but somewhere along the way became a Christian Scientist. She is listed as “Chr. Sci.pr.” (Christian Science Practitioner) in Los Angeles telephone directories in the 40 and 50s, and listed with her own telephone line.
A Christian Science practitioner is an individual who prays for others according to the teachings of Christian Science. Treatment is non-medical, rather it is based on the Bible and the Christian Science textbook, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures (1875) by Mary Baker Eddy (1821–1910), who said she discovered Christian Science in 1866 and founded the Christian Science church in 1879. According to the church, Christian Science practitioners address physical conditions, as well as relationship or financial difficulties and any other problem or crisis.
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A 1955, an LA telephone directory lists a Ned J. LaRocca at 4414 N. Ethel and a Virginia Young LaRocca with the same address.
Donna Cotterell is listed with the 13055 Moorpark address. 13055 Moorpark is on a corner with Ethel St.
4114 Ethel St. doesn’t seem to be an “real” address; I don’t find a record of it anywhere besides the phone directory. This could be a result of the house modification for Donna, Diana and Constance.
1957 Virginia Young LaRocca is listed in the phone directory at 4414 N. Ethel State 4-7052 North Hollywood. Cr. Sci. Pr.
The Christian Science Church won the right to accept insurance for their practitioners, but I have been unable to find what year.
I can’t tell how much income Virginia made from her vocation as a CSP.
It is probable that grandfather Ned LaRocca was the primary breadwinner of the household.
I’m sure Donna received child support and likely alimony as this was the norm of the era.