Last week President Hoover wore spectacles of disapproval: He vetoed the Bonus Loan Bill only to have Congress override his objections (see col. 3). He vetoed a Chippewa Indian land bill. He vetoed a bill to hospitalize Army civilians and another to give aliens dismissed from the Army veteran benefits. Week before he had vetoed two other Indian land bills. On the White House "black list" were two more measures apparently doomed to failure—one for U. S. operation of Muscle Shoals (see p. 14) and another to co-ordinate State and Federal employment...

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