* ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. On May 29, 1982, the St. Petersburg Women's Health Center was the target of arson. Damage to the building totaled $122,000, but there were no injuries. Two men were arrested and convicted.

* CLEARWATER, FLA. The Bread and Roses Clinic was the target of arson on May 29, 1982. Damage to the building was estimated at $340,000. There were no injuries. Two men were arrested and convicted.

* FAIRFAX, VA. On June 6, 1982, the Arlington-Fairfax Medical Clinic at 6051-A Arlington Blvd. was damaged by six pipe bombs. The owner's wife, who was leaving the clinic when the explosion occurred, was thrown from the building by the blast but was not injured. Damage to the building exceeded $18,000. One man was arrested and convicted.

* NORFOLK, VA. The Hillcrest Clinic was destroyed by arson on May 26, 1983. Total damage was estimated at $250,000. One man was arrested and convicted.

* NORFOLK, VA. On Feb. 17, 1984, the Hillcrest Clinic was damaged again. An explosive device consisting of six pipe bombs placed in a cardboard box did damage estimated at $1,000. There were no injuries.

* COLLEGE PARK, MD. The Prince George's Reproductive Health Service at 4700 Berwyn Rd. was the target of arson on Feb. 28, 1984. Damage was estimated at $100,000 but there were no injuries.

* EVERETT, WASH. On Dec. 3, 1983, the Feminist Women's Health Clinic was the target of arson with damage in excess of $45,000. There were no injuries.

* BELLINGHAM, WASH. On March 4, 1984, The Bellingham Family Practice Clinic was target of Molotov cocktail, which did damage estimated at $70,000. There were no injuries.

* EVERETT, WASH. The Feminist Women's Health Clinic was the target of arson a second time, on March 26, 1984. Damage was in excess of $10,000 but no one was injured.

* EVERETT, WASH. On April 19, 1984, the Feminist Women's Clinic was target of third arson. Damage was estimated at $55,000. There were no injuries. The same man was arrested and convicted for all three of the Everett arsons and the Bellingham incident.

* DOVER, DEL. On the night of Jan. 13, 1984 the Reproductive Care Center was destroyed by arson. A Molotov cocktail, thrown through the front door, caused damage in excess of $100,000. There were no injuries.

* PENSACOLA, FLA. On June 25, 1984, a bomb exploded at the Ladies Center of Pensacola causing an estimated $200,000 in damages. There were no injuries.

* WASHINGTON. An explosion on July 4, 1984, caused $40,000 in damage to the National Abortion Federation headquarters at 900 Pennsylvania Ave. SE. There were no injuries.

* ANNAPOLIS, MD. On July 7, 1984, the Planned Parenthood Office was bombed. There was damage in excess of $50,000 but no injuries.

* HOUSTON. On Aug. 20, 1984, the A.B. Clinic, P.A., an abortion clinic, was target of a Molotov cocktail, which did in excess of $30,000 in damage. There were no injuries.

* HOUSTON. The Abortion Assistance-West Loop Clinic received damages estimated at $90,000 from a Molotov cocktail on Sept. 7, 1984. There were no injuries.

* HOUSTON. On Sept. 7, 1984, the Woman's Outpatient Clinic was target of Molotov cocktail. Damages were estimated at $10,000. There were no injuries.

* HOUSTON. The Concerned Women's Center was the target of an attempted arson on Sept. 8, 1984.

* WEBSTER, TEX. On Sept. 9, 1984, a fire at the Clear Lake Women's Care Clinic burned itself out before reaching the area where flammable liquids were located.

* ATLANTA. On Sept. 13, 1984, a Molotov cocktail was thrown through the front window of the office of the Family Planning Services Inc. Damage was estimated at $5,000. There were no injuries.

* SAN DIEGO. Arson at the Birth Control Institute caused in excess of $125,000 in damages on Sept. 13, 1984. There were no injuries.

* MARIETTA, GA. On Sept. 20, 1984, a Molotov cocktail thrown through a window of the Planned Parethood Center of Cobb County caused $8,000 in damages. There were no injuries.

* HOUSTON. The offices of two doctors who perform abortions were ransacked and set on fire on Nov. 11, 1984. Damages were estimated at $400,000. There were no injuries.

* ROCKVILLE, MD. On Nov. 19, 1984, a bomb exploded outside the Randolph Medical Center at 4701 Randolph Rd. causing $50,000 in damages. The center houses the offices of Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington, D.C., Inc. There were no injuries.

* WHEATON, MD. The Metropolitan Women's Clinic at 3924 Ferrara Dr. was bombed on Nov. 19, 1984, causing $300,000 in damages. There were no injuries.

* SUITLAND, MD. On Dec. 24, 1984, two bombs exploded outside the Metropolitan Family Life Planning Clinic at 5408 Silver Hill Rd. Damage is estimated between $100,000 and $200,000. There were no injuries.

* PENSACOLA, FLA. On Dec. 25, 1984, there were bombings at three abortion or counseling facilities within three blocks of each other. Damage at the Ladies Center was estimated at $100,000. The office of Dr. Bo Bagenholm and the office of Dr. William Permenter were also bombed. There were no injuries in any of the three incidents. Two men have been charged in these three incidents and the bombing on June 25 in Pensacola. Two women have been charged in the three Christmas Day bombings.

* WASHINGTON. The Hillcrest Women's Surgi-Center at 3233 Pennsylvania Ave. SE was bombed on Jan. 1, 1985. There were no injuries.