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Friday, April 16, 1965 THE PROGRPage 5 Information Center Shares the Faith (Continued From P aoe 3) a cross-ventilation unit plus more day volunteers. "But every day is different," saidMrs. "People come from all over." All 50 states intheUnlon are represent- ed in those signing the guest book. At least 21 countries have also been recorded In the book, namely Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Iceland, India, Ireland, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, The Philip- pines, Switzerland, Taiwan, Tanganyika, Thailand and Union of South Africa. A couple of visitors from Greece commented after their names: "wpala." ("Fine") The door is always open at the CathoLic Information Center from I0 am to 8 pm weekdays and 10 to 4 Saturdays. Mrs. Dakin is on duty from 10 to 6 weekdays with Legionnaires taking over until the eight o'clock closing time, Legion of Mary members also act as voluntary reception- ists during the Saturday hours. The center is conveniently close to Catholic Charities, the St. Vincent de Paul Society central office and other arch- diocesan social agencies which are housed in the same building. The Catholic Information Center was established for the convenience of all persons (Catholic and non-Catholic) to give information concerning the beliefs and practices of the Catholic Church, The center has for its sole purpose the "promotion of goodwill and understand- ing." To this end, the center strives to reach out to those who may not even be able to cast their shadow at the entrance or voice over the phone. A free ins ,ruction course by mail .is offered. There are no obligations, no callers. The entrance at 910 4th Ave. could be the "main door" and "open door" for all those seeking the True Faith and the way to Rome and "home." A nyone desiring to help further the work of the Catholic Information Center may send contributions directly to the arch- diocesan agency. Easter Greetings FATHER William Treacy, director of the Catholic Information Center, confers with Legion of Mary members on the progress of the archdiocesan agency. From left they are Mrs. H. O. Wee,h, president of the Queen of Apostles Praesidium; Joyce Vallis and harlyn Purdy. The praesidium, .the certer's own, meets Wednesday evenings at the center and helps staff the receptionist desk weekday evenings and Sa'turdays. (See other Catholic Information Center photos on Pages Six, Seven and Nine.) i AMPLI-VOX SOUND COLUMN LECTURN A complete self-contained battery-operated sound system Delivers clear, powerful sound to audiences up to 3,000 MODEL S-500 BOOTH-ASHMORE MORTUARY HARRY AND ELLEN ASHMORE Seattle, Wash. MA. 3-1310 1422 Bellevue Ave. JUNIOR BOOT SHOPS CHILDREN'S SHOES Exclusively 3 'Stores to Serve You Just Right for the Youngster's Growtng Fet Northcjate 539 N.E. ll0th the Aurora Villacje Sho Shopping Center Burien For 231 S.W. 152nd St. Children ROVING ROSTRUM MODEL S-120 OPEN CLOSED A completel)t portable, battery-powered, high volume sound unit in a single caselample for audiences of 1,000 yet it weishs only 22 Ibs. For demonstration B. F. SHEARER COMPANY 21, 2rid ,ve.. ,, ,2,, Seattle, Washington 98121 St. Teresa's Attractive Residence for Business and College Girls Conducted by the S of St. $oseph of Nwark CLOSE TO THE CATHEDRAL AND CENTER OF THE CITY ",4 Beautiful Chapel" ATTRACTIVE ROOMS .... RATES ARE REASONABLE A Ballroom jor Recreation Those whose homes are not in the city would do well 'to visit St. Tereso's before Ioceting elsewhere. 906 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4 MAin 2-9640 For Further Information Address Sister Superior