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Battle Still Rages in Austin Against PP Mill

Battle Still Raging in Austin Against PP Mill

Chris Danze, chairman of the Austin Area Pro-Life Concrete Contractors and Suppliers Assoc., has fought a valiant battle to keep Planned Parenthood from building a baby killing center in Austin, TX. See the following WorldNetDaily article http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=34748. He united Austin builders and suppliers in a boycott of the project, then asked city churches to hire only companies that support the boycott. His Action Alerts have kept prolifers informed and they have called businesses to politely request that they not participate in building the killing mill.

Yes, the abortuary is going up, but at a much slower and more costly rate. There have been periods when the project has come to a complete halt. Each day that passes without the Planned Parenthood center being in operation, means another day that the lives of little boys and girls are spared. Please read the most recent alert from Chris and give him your support.

March 29, 2004

Enriquiz Concrete Construction poured and Rainbow Materials supplied more concrete yesterday. They used Torres Brothers Concrete Pumping Co. from New Braunfels to pump the concrete. I spoke with the owner Mr. Louis Torres yesterday. He said he did not realize the project was an abortion factory. He will do research today to determine if his company should participate further on this project. The company that pumped the concrete for the foundation on January 28 has gone out of business.

Torres Concrete Pumping Co.
210-495-7803 ask for Louis or speak to the receptionist

When the framer finishes, the following trades will be invited to participate. Please contact the following trades and ask them to refuse work on the Planned Parenthood child-killing factory.

Fox and Hearn Plumbing, Heat and Air Co.
David Hearn Jr.

Atlas Electric
Donald Rickaby