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L.a. In 25 Years

May 08, 1988

Since when does a senior executive of a multinational corporation married to an information specialist with a child and grandmother living in a single-family house in Granada Hills constitute a typical family household in L.A. in any decade? What happened to the millions of households who earn less than $200,000 per year? Calling the Morrows "typical" is not only an insult but depressing. Grandma Camille was right. Lock that dimwit, destructive robot in the closet, get a young boyfriend, and move out of that house. Then she could enjoy being human and maybe even smoke--in peace!

DANNY J. BARILLARO

Los Angeles

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