"Memorial Services for Karlin Flory"
In an article about the 1985 memorial service for Karlin Flory, son of "Ishmael Flory, former chairman of the Illinois District of the Communist Party USA, and the late Eloise Boone", he was identified as having been in "many activities for peace and equality" including protests at the South African Consulate, was a "Daily World supporter" who circulated the paper "in the early days of Operation Breadbasket, which later became Operation PUSH".
Among the speakers were:
- Rev. Willie Barrow - Operation PUSH, who was also a key supporter of CPUSA fronts, and visited Hanoi during the war
- Harold Rogers - national VP of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, and identified member of the CPUSA
- Rev. William Hogan - Clergy and Laity Concerned. Later publicly identified as a member of the CPUSA.
- Dr. Margaret Burroughs - director of DuSable Museum of Afro-American History. Has a long record of supporting the CPUSA and its fronts
- Rev. George Reddick - Operation PUSH
- Mildred Williamson - Organizational Secretary of the CPUSA
- Frances Davis
- Bert Phillips
- William Murphy - Flory's uncle
- "Daily World", January 11, 1985, p. 11