HEROES: They Were Wrong

Through the thinning blue ranks of the Grand Army of the Republic, gathered last week in Portland, Me., for its 63rd encampment, throbbed a momentous, oft-recurring question. President Hoover, who loves the South, and 31 State Governors, had recommended a grand joint reunion of the G. A. R. and the United Veterans of the Confederacy. Richard A. Sneed, Commander-in-Chief of the U. V. C., in the first official communication ever sent by his organization to the G. A. R., had warmly acquiesced. Octogenarian John Reese...

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