The 21st century indeed had people remembering her just as she was.
She moved to Florida in 1957 and married a much younger man, as an early marriage to her high school sweetheart had ended in divorce.
Page, who was also known as Betty, attracted national attention with magazine photographs of her sensuous figure in bikinis and see-through lingerie that were quickly tacked up on walls in military barracks, garages and elsewhere, where they remained for years.
They cut her hair into the dark bangs that became her signature and posed her in spiked heels and little else.
Moralists denounced the photos as perversion, and Sen.
She was placed under state supervision for eight years.
We want to remember them when they were young.
She spent 20 months in a state mental hospital in San Bernardino.
Description: Before the heart attack, Page had been hospitalized for three weeks with pneumonia.