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GEORGE WASHINGTON bade farewell to Revolutionary War officers os he
ended his military career. Ceremony was held in Frounces Tavern, New York. JAMES MONROE was a lieutenant colo nel in Revolution. He served as Secre tary of War before becoming President. MILITARY BACKGROUNDS OF PRESIDENTS The 32 men who have been President ' can be divided as follows as far as military experience is concerned: With Without George Washington John Adams James Madison Thomas Jefferson , John Q. Adams James Monroe ,, . .. . Martin Van Buren Andrew Jackson John fy/er William H. Harrison James K. Polk Zachary Taylor Millard Fillmore Franklin Pierce Jamti Buchanan Abraham Lincoln Andrew Johnson Ulysses 5. Grant Chester A. Arthur „ . . , _ „ Grover Cleveland Rutherford B. Hayes „ JgU James A. Garfield Woodrow Wilson Benjamin Harrison Warren G. Harding William McKinley Calvin Coolidge Theodore Roosevelt Herbert Hoover Harry S. Truman Franklin 0. Roosevelt Our Military Presidents By William J. Moyer WHEN Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower tossed his hat into the presiden tial ring—or permitted it to be tossed in for him—a controversial subject was ignited that is certain to continue until the Republican convention and, if he is nominated, until election day. It will be debated from drawing rooms to the corner saloon whether or not a military* man should be President. Probably the first question to come up will be: What is meant by a “military man”? Is he one who has had top-level mili tary experience? Or is the label at tachable only to professional soldiers? If a military man is one whose prominence is due to military experi ence, Gen. Eisenhower and his backers have plenty of precedence in his behalf. Of the 32 men who have been President, 15—or 47 per cent—had military experi ence which, at least, was worthy of mention in their biographies. Following the Revolutionary War, the country elected a military leader for its first President—George Wash ington—whose exploits and career are too well known to recourtt here. After John Adams and Thomas Jef f Continued oh Page IS ) ZACHARY TAYLOR once disregarded President Polk's or ders to stay on defensive in Mexican War; defeated Santa Anna at Buena Vista, ending the war in northern province. WASHINGTON, D: C., MARCH 2, 1952—Page 13 /f^LdC4"' C^wA, jlxp^ k*J- j TABU i 1 Laden tcith the “forbidden fragrance” too Gorgeous, glamorous, distinctive ... these Tabu lipsticks by Dana. They dress your lips in nine excit- j ing, fashion-right shades ... indel ible as lipstick should be. singa- I pore . . . sparkling true red. Havana ... red whispering of soft, romantic blue. Nassau ... red with rose undertone. Barcelona . .. vivacious red. Bolivia ... dark, dramatic red. Rio ... laden with II warm fuchsia. Honolulu ... per- II feet accent for smart navies and blacks. ARGENTINE ... sultry deep red. BERMUDA ... light red ®1®* (plus tax). <Zksy\JZa^s sarwsynt Save you> beautiful 24-catat gold-plated Tabu lipstick case... buy handy, economical Tabu lipstick refills. 754 (&> Me). '■V* m 1 lm§j& g««w »»«en* «r femes WVtlMHM. s 'Charge • Budget • Silver Club, j ft— NiMH U Cm»UI OirM« ENBTHM 614 urti st. M.w. mmmv< AM. f (MSI * 01. tm TRlttUITwafes! Sparkly whole wheat flavor that calls-ftr * encores! So delightfully crisp! Fit -for fanciest fare or midnight munching. CefTRlSCUlTthey go with everything 1" Served any way — whole wheat, crisped and salted Triscuit wafer* are wonderful! hmiwwwfc ■»avw»i vwmran■ QUADS POSE FOR PICTURE OF HEALTH Asked why her famous quads were so big and scrapping at six months, Mrs. N. Brown of Fargo, North Dakota, said: "Mainly because of their Carnation Evaporated Milk formula.” Like so many mothers, Mrs. Brown's doctor advised her to _ use Carnation. You see, doctors know Carnation is one milk that's absolutely safe and uniform...proc essed with prescription accuracy. Any wonder 8 out of 10 mothers who feed Carnation say, "My doc tor recommended it"? So don't you be satisfied with lesser-known brands. Ask your doctor about Carnation ... the world's favorite milk...the milk every doctor knows. And like millions of mothers, use Carnation for cooking and “cream ing "coffee. Adds extra richness and flavor at such little cost..