When the Bonus Bill was passed by both Houses and went to the President (TIME, May 12), the country settled down to wait—not to see what the President might do, but to hear his veto. The veto came.

John R. Quinn, Commander of the American Legion, was in Indianapolis when told that the veto had been issued. He said, without surprise: "I regret that the President has seen fit to veto the adjusted compensation measure. I am not familiar with his reasons. However, the ex-service men...

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