From The New York Times, September 8, 1975:

'Treat You Like a Child'


SACRAMENTO, Calif., Sept. 7—Lynette Fromme was described today by a jailer as eating a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and explaining that she "had" to confront President Ford because nobody was paying any attention to what she was saying.

Miss Fromme was said to be in "good spirits."

A jailer told of a conversation with Miss Fromme, quoting her as saying, "Well, you know, when people around you treat you like a child and pay no attention to the things you say, you have to do something."

It was also reported that Miss Fromme and other associates have been trying for months to recruit new members for their cult in the Sacramento and San Francisco areas.

She and Miss Good were said to have visited several industrial plants recently, identifying themselves as representatives of a so-called "international people's court," and saying "some serious problems will arise" if smog emissions from their factories were not reduced.