Religion: Without Charge

Without Charge Jack Hamm of Waco, Texas draws and paints in ink, charcoal, watercolors, pastels, oils or with airbrush. He teaches nine commercial-art courses at Waco's Baylor University, and he has been commuting by air to Houston (160 miles) to run a chalk-talk television program which last week won a prize as the most entertaining TV show in the city. To Hamm, these are just sidelines. His most important job costs him more than $100 a week.

He spends almost every night at it—studying the Bible and drawing cartoons to illustrate biblical events and ideas, two of which are matted and mailed...

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