The Times from San Mateo, California on January 11, 1964 · Page 25
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The Times from San Mateo, California · Page 25

San Mateo, California
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Saturday, January 11, 1964
Page 25
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Saturday, January II, 1964 THE TIMES - WEEKEND ' ' '' B to INFORMALITY !s the word. most, the lady Lhidcrstai dably bowed out. It was after the war and Walter Keane's real estate ads were blurred with his wartime memories of Europe's stricken. questing. They kept coming between the columns of figures showing the excellent profit for the month. starving children . fused . . . terrified hurt, hungry, con - wondering . . . and And Walter Kcane wouldn't let him alone. He worked in his barren crowded room, quit. The children studio that small in the time worn tradition of the struggling artist, One evening he wandered over to a well - known North Beach bistro. There was a blonde sitting off to one side. Silent. Her eyes were very large, and when she looked at him. something about her reminded him of the children whom he could never forget so he married her. 'WE collect the worrfe of others which we bafeve have greaf promise," eicplam - j Kecme, Pagg 3A

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