Describes Crystal Lee Sutton's act of standing on a table holding up a "Union" sign to coworkers and subsequent arrest for "disorderly conduct" as the beginning of unionism in Roanoke Rapids N.C. This quest to organize textile workers continued through every cotton mill plant in Roanoke Rapids. At this time, Sutton was at Wayne State for three days for a series of lectures. She retold her account of being fired by J.P. Stevens because of her success at getting workers to sign up for the union. Article is incomplete.