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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 15, No. 4, April 1985
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Transcript Fund started to aid mom held in sale A fund has been created to benefit Susie Factor, a young woman who was arrested last week and charged with selling her 4-day-old daughter. Anita Marcos, president of the Bay Area Chapter of the National Organization for Women, said she opened the fund Tuesday with a $50 donation. "We really would like to Factor help her get back on her feet,"''said Marcos Factor, 23, was arrested March 11 after she accepted $500 from two Houston juvenile officers who had posed as man and wife and offered to adopt the child. The mother, however, has said she did not realize she was breaking the law by accepting the money and that she only took the cash because she was destitute and needed it to pay her rent. Factor, an eighth-grade dropout who has a 2-year-old daughter, said she had been separated from her husband for a year and a half, had lost her job in a taco stand and was shunned by the baby's father when she requested his help. "We don't believe this young woman actually meant to 'sell' her baby, and she really needs help," said Marcos. "One reason for the fund is to help support her for the present, but, hopefully, we can get her some sort of training so she can better support herself in the future." Factor was released on a personal recognizance bond but still faces prosecution on the charge of selling a child, a third-degree felony. The child has been placed in a foster home and a custody hearing is scheduled Thursday. Contributions to the fund can be made to the Susie Factor Trust Account at the First City Bank of Clear Lake, P 0. Box 58068, Houston, Texas, 77058. Indian women protest WASHINGTON - About two dozen American Indian women demonstrated near the White house against President Reagan's plan to eliminate a $26 million program that provides educational aid to Indian children in 27 states. The cold rain did not seem to dampen the Indians' spirits and several beat drums and chanted. The demonstration was held in a park across the street from the White House. The object of the protest is the Johnson-OMailey program. Ex-wife awarded $115,000 GOLDEN, Colo. - A jury awarded $115,000 to a woman who sued her former husband, Denver oilman James Simmons, for allegedly outrageous and unacceptable treatment during their six years of marriage. The lawsuit was the first in which the battered wife claim was made in a civil action in Colorado, lawyers for Linda K. Gladish, 35, said. „ ' Abortion clinic violence FBI Director William Webster said harassment of women seeking abortions has a "chilling" effect on their rights, but the Justice Department has decided civil rights laws do not apply to such threats. Webster and Stephen Higgins, head of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, told a House Judiciary subcommittee there have been 32 abortion clinic bombings since 1982, but no evidence of a conspiracy. Subcommittee chairman Don Edwards, D-Calif., called for the Justice Department to protect the rights of women to enter "reproductive health centers." But Webster said the department has concluded that federal civil rights laws do not protect a woman s right to an aboxtion. As a result of that judgment, the FBI cannot investigate harassment of women seeking abortions, but can only help investigate a bombing, Webster said. -12-