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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 14, No. 3, March 1985
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Date March 1985
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Transcript 51 jailed in abortion protest; fire guts Texas clinic Associated Press Police in Bridgeport, Pa., arrested 51 anti-abortion demonstrators from nine states Saturday after the protesters stormed an abortion clinic and occupied examination rooms, offices and waiting areas, authorities said. And in Texas, authorities said Saturday a fire that destroyed an abortion clinic in the Dallas suburb of Mesquite has been ruled arson and is being investigated as the possible work of an anti- abortionist. In Bridgeport, near Philadelphia, the demonstrators came from Tennessee, New York, Maryland, Virginia, New Jersey, Delaware, Florida, Indiana and from Philadelphia and Chester counties, police Lt. Donald Santillo said. Santillo said 48 of those arrested were physically carried from the Womens Medical Center building; they were charged with criminal trespass, a misdemeanor, and released on personal recognizance. Three others who stood outside, yelling and blocking the entrance, were charged with disorderly conduct, a summary offense involving only a citation, Santillo said. The protest was the second at the center in the last five months. Police arrested 26 people Sept. 29 in a similar incident. Houston Area Women's Center RAPE CRISIS PROGRAM 528-RAPE A 24-Hour Hotline Counseling, Advocacy, Accompaniment Information and Referral ATTENTION MEMBERSHIP: IF YOU NEED YOUR MEMBERSHIP RENEWED FOR ANY LEVEL, CHAPTER, STATE AND/OR NATIONAL SEND RENEWAL FORMS WITH CHECK TO ELLIE CASTILLO, P. 0. BOX 1132, FRIENDSWOOD, TEXAS 77546 -14-