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INHERITED $90,000, WILL STILL LIVE IN'SHACK
KI'ESilr p 1 1? I C li S8B11
San Diego, Cal., July 1.
"Mary Keefe has inherited a for
tune. Now she'll build a mansion
and live in high style. She's got
$90,000, and no one with that
much money ever stayed in a
cabin on. the water front."
So said the neighbors one fog
But they didn't know Mary
Keefe. She is still there, happy
and contented in her little two
room shack close to the water
line. It was good enough for her
before her rich Philadelphia uncle
died the other day, making her
a rich woman, and it's good
enough for her now.
To Mary Keefe the past is a
closed "book. She came to San
Diego from Philadelphia last
April to start anew. She chose
as a shelter the rude little cabin,
and she was happy there.
Mary Keefe has cast men out
of her life. When she was poor
Mary Keefe and her shack on the
San Diego water front.
she avoided the opposite sex, now
that she is rich she will continue
to spurn them. There was a time
some years ago she is only 30
now when her views were dif
ftrent. But there was a "disap
pointment" she said, and it paved
the way to that lonely little cabin
near the water's edge.
"With all my money, which is
safe in real estate and collaterals,
I couldn't find so dear a home-as
"Sometimes in the evening I sit
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