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September 14, 1987 - Image 8

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Page 8 -The Michigan Daily--Monday, September 14, 1987

j Pope
eted in this heavily
rgest crowd yet of
ourage and genero
,n'erican immigrants1
At a sun-beaten,
estimated 300,000 pe
who have worked "on
sisters arriving from th
"They have sought
-f complex human, so
ope, garbed in gree
owth, told the crowd
this city 140 miles f
The pope did not r
he appeared to be refi
gives succor to Latin
States illegally.
"Here human nee
continue to call out t
voices, and the wholec
with other Christian de
It had been expe
community would be t
in San Antonio, the fo
U.S. tour that began TI
Many of the reading

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lauds help to immigrants
'exas (AP) - Pope John Paul II, Spanish, and in the Mass, the pope switched to
Hispanic city yesterday by the Spanish when he called upon the Hispanic community
his current tour, lauded the "to respond to its own needs, and to show generous and
sity" of those who aid Latin effective solidarity among its own members."
to the United States. The Mass was celebrated under sunny skies at the
open-air Mass attended by an shadeless site, in contrast to the open-air Masses in
ople, the pontiff saluted those New Orleans and Miami that were dogged by rain.
behalf of suffering brothers and As temperatures climbed into the upper 80s during
ie south. the long service, 500 people took refuge from the heat
to show compassion in the face under Red Cross tents at the site and 22 others were
cial and political realities," the airlifted or taken by ambulance to hospitals for
n robes symbolic of hope and treatment of heat exhaustion.
of worshippers at a 144-acre site It is estimated that 21 million of the nation's 52.9
rom the Mexican border. million Roman Catholics are Hispanics. And by the
nention Sanctuary by name, but end of the century, a majority of the nation's Catholics
erring to that movement, which are expected to be Latin Americans.
Americans who enter the United In Texas, that's already the case - Hispanics
account for at least five out of eight Texas Catholics.
is, both spiritual and material, The pope was greeted on arrival at Kelly Air Force
o the church with thousands of Base by a local mariachi band; by Archbishop Patric
church must respond" in concert Flores, the nation's first Mexican-American bishop of
nominations, he said. Mexican descent; and by Mayor Henry Cisneros, who
cted the Hispanic-American is of Mexican descent and whose infant son, suffering
he focal point of the pope's stop from severe birth defects, is named John Paul, after the
urth stop on a nine-city, 10-day pontiff.
'ursday. Catholic officials had forecast that as many as
gs and songs of the Mass were in 500,000 people would attend the Mass.



Political Science graduate student Joanne BrzInski and her son Teddy enjoy the Hands On Computer Fair
held at the Michigan Union this weekend.
IBM, Zenith added to sale

(ContinuedfromPagel) from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., but
make computers affordable as a representatives will not be present.
personal investment." The University will be accepting
The different computer models orders for computers through Friday.
will be on display all week at the They may be mailed to or dropped
School of Education, Room 4003, off at the Photo and Campus

Services office, Room B542 in the
LSA Building.
The computers may be picked ulI
at the University Coliseum at Hill
Street. and South Fifth Avenue
October 9-11. Orders for computers
may also be placed up to that date,
but a $50 service charge will be
added and there is no guarantee of

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