National Affairs: Miscellaneous Mention: May 11, 1925

Vic Donabey, Methodist father of ten, Governor of Ohio, who shared with Governor Smith of New York the distinction of having weathered the Republican gale of 1924 (TIME, Nov. 17), last week vetoed a bill which would have compelled all public school teachers to read ten verses of Scripture to the pupils every school day, and all pupils above the fourth grade to memorize the Ten Commandments. The veto message referred to "the founders of our country."

Following Delaware's enthusiastic retention of her whipping posts (TIME, Apr. 6) a bill was introduced into the...

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