People, Mar. 10, 1958

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Her memory whetted by the news that Mamie Eisenhower had retreated into the beauty-rejuvenating cloisters of Arizona's "Maine Chance" (see NATIONAL AFFAIRS), Musicomedienne Beatrice Lillie, 59, mused on her own stint in the rise-at-7:30, lights-out-at-10:30 Elizabeth Arden camp: "Miss Separate Table, that was me. Everyone else was dieting. I was trying to put on some weight." Then with gusto Bea recalled: "One night some of us—and I won't say which—sneaked out the window, past the guards and rushed into Phoenix. There was a loud bar there and a very real cowboy. It...

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