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Sixteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Billy Graham Careful In Affairs of Finance NEW YORK (UP) —Years ago when he was just beginning his career as an evenagelisti Billy Graham was photographed hold- money which his just presented to appeared in the g of had ing a b£ sponsors him. The picture newspapers and embarrassed Graham acutely. He resolved then tha never again would he jeopardize his ministry by giving people any ground for suspicion that he was getting rich from evangelism. Today the finances of a Graham crusade are handled with an impeccable care that would do credit to a bank. Every penny taken in and paid out is audited by a firm of certified public account- ar.'s. But the association of evangelists with profiteering is so strong in the public mind-and indeed, so well justified by the record of some itinerant preachers — that Graham still gets a few abusive let -ers each day from people who r" ird him as a kind of racketeer. Hull In Charge To Roger Hull, who has the responsibility of raising enough money to meet the bills of the current New York crusade in Madison Square Garden, it seems incredible that anyone should consider Graham's meetings a money-making operation. Hull is vice president of the Mutual Life Insurance Co. oi New York. He also is chairman of the committee — legally incorporated under the laws of New York state —which is sponsoring the meetings. He opened the books to a tc porter in his office to show that crusading is a very costly busi- s-ss. One of the smallest items is the allowance of $15 a day which the committee pays to Graham for living expenses. Graham also gels a salary of $15,000 a year, but this is paid entirely by the Billy Graham Evangelical Assn. of Minneapolis, Minn., which sponsors his "Hour of Decision" radio broadcasts each Sunday afternoon. The evangelist gets no extra salary, no "love offering" of any kind, from the funds raised for he New York crusade. Rent Big Item Big items of expense are the rent for Madison Square Garden —$5,000 a night — and salaries ol 60-odd ushers, stage-hands and other Garden employes that run to about '$1,500 a night. Advertising and publicity expenses, including daily radio and nightly television programs in 'he New York area average $40,000 a week. Expenses of the crusade office at 165 West 46th Street, including staff salaries, printing, postage, and rerr total $17,000 a week. These costs, to run to more than one million dollars by the time the meetings end on July 21, are lumped into one budget to be mel by funds raised by the local crusade committee. The offerings taken up at the CROSSWORD PUZZLE AMW.P to v«upd.y. p«n. ACROSS 1—Cou rageoux person 5 —Obstruct* 9—Ocean 12—City In Russia 13—Semi-precious stone 14—Cushion 15—Implied 17—Recluse 19-^-Above 21— English poet 22—ThorouRhfar* 24—Contend 25—River in Germany 2B—Hatched 28—A state (abbr.) 30—Armed conflict 11—Ancient Kotnan garmen ta 32—Declare 33—Teutonic deity 34—More certain 35—Rescue 3G—]CqualIty 37—Tell 30—Ursine animals 41—Prefix: hall 42—Fall back 4-1—Lessen 47—Devoured 43—Cravats 50—Tiny partial* 51—Deface 62—Winter vehicle 53—Places DOWN I—Torrid r, by Unlwd ft*wr« flyndieilt, inc. 2—Period of tim» 3—Repossess 4—Man's name G—Note of seal* 6—Simian 7—Impress 8—Parts of jacket 9—Bitterness 10—Dmee 11—Fruit, drink 1C—Number 18—So.-vnnt 20—Report 22—Hebrew month 23—Ardent 25—Bo in debt 27—Biblical weedi 28—Donated 29—Affirm o,tlv» vote 31—Towers 32—Satisfy 34—District In Germany 25—Dance (pi.) .10—Man's nam« ,18—Meadow ,10—Greek letter 40—Go by water 42—Male nheep 43—Golf mound 4(5—Small child 46—Printer'a measure (pi.) 49—A state (abbr.) 4-H Junior Leaders Will Convene Monday Charlotte Merrill, the state sa£e- y contest winner, will present a report during the 4-H junior leaders meeting Monday night at the Galveston school. The program begins at 8 p.m. and will also include reports from 4-H Roundup delegates and reports from the 4-H Junior Leader State training conference. A skit entitled "Farmer's Daugh :er" will be in charge of Franjean Gordon. Carl Johnson o£ the Galveston Ag club is chairman'of the Helvie Resigns as Deputy in Miami PERU — Deputy Sheriff Robert Helvie resigned today to accept a position with, the State of Indiana. He had served under five Miami county sneriff's during the past 16 years. Helvie will begin a two- week vacation Saturday and will assume his new position on July 1. Sheriff Arthur Johns, who moved from the jail to Chili last spring, indicated today that he plans to Friday Evening, June 14, 1937. NO EXCUSE DETROIT—Grant D. Turnboe Jr. was fined $20 for causing an accident despite his plea that a Sunday sermon on Heaven had him so deep in thought he failed to see a stop sign. Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996. Kool-Vent Awning Electric Light Bills Dua the 1st. Penalty added after Juno 15th. Card of Thanks We wish to thank Doctors. Nurses, and Sisters of St. Jose:«» hospital, Onward Community, Teachers and Students of Washington Twp. school, friends and relatives for cards, flowers and kind- I nesses shown us during the illness and loss of Wife and Mother, Josephine (Jo) Emery. Ralph Emery and Family Garden each night will cover only a little more than one third of this figure if they continue at the present rate. 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