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♦ THE TRIBUNAL AID WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3,1975
i PRINCE HALL MASONIC CORNER
♦ by: C. M. Winchester 33 Degree Major S. High 33 Degree
^ Reverend Raymond A. Morris, Post Office Box
♦ 192, Snow Hill, North Carolina 28580, is the District
J Deputy Grand Master for the Fifth District of the
♦ Prince Hall Grand Lodge of North Carolina. He is a
J member and Past Master of Sandy Hill Lodge #119
■k located at Snow Hill and has been District Deputy
i since 1957.
■k Brother Morris has a distinguished record in the
^ field of education, religion in addition to being a
+ Masonic leader. He received his B.S. Degree from
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THE TRIBUNAL AID
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3,1975
Elizabeth City State University and a Master’s
Degree in Administration from New York University.
He has served over 40 years as teacher and principal
in Greene and Lenoir Counties while at the same
time serving as pastor of various churches. He has
served as Teacher-Principal Home School
Coordinator; President of Greene County Unit of the
North Carolina Teachers Association; President of
the H. V. Brown School Masters Club; is a member of
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity and is a member of
numerous other Civic, Social, Religious and
Professional organizations.
Grand T
Reverend Raymond
Morris
District Deputy
Master
Fiftli District
Prince Hall Grand Lodge
of
North Carolina
Salute to Black America’’
Brother Morris is the President and Founder of J Michelle is all smiles over the introduction of
M the Green County Improvement Association and is presently the Pastor of First it salute to Black America,” a newly issued bank checK
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“A Salute to Black Women,” in which madams Aretha
Franklin, Coretta King, Leontyne Price, and Nancy
Wilson are featured. Issued in honor of Americans
* Brother Morris was born in Martin County, North Carolina, is married to Mrs.
•K Daisy K. Morris and they are the parents of three children. He became a Mason X teatured. 1
■¥ ir, IQ-IS .1,0* I,;. I Bicentennial, the “Salute to Black America
in 1938, and since that time has served his Lodge as Secretary for nine years,
■k Master for six years and District Deputy for eighteen years. Brother Morris is
^ highly capable, dynamic and his very presence commands the respect of all
■Jf persons who know him. He has given Prince Hall Masonry new and innovative
J programs of progress which continue to make his District one of the best. The
+ Local Lodge, the District and the Grand Lodge all have been made better
j, through the efforts of Deputies such as Brother Morris.
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J Answer to Last Week’s Question: Prince Hall is buried in Copps Hill ♦
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^ (The Answer Will Appear In Next Week’s Issue of THE TRIBUNAL AID) ^
J percentage of the proceeds earmarked for charity.
checks are
nation, with
(Last Week’s Question: Where is Prince Hall buried?
Answer to Last Week’s Question: Prince Hall is buried
{ Cemetery, Boston, Massachusetts.)
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That power is ours. It is the proudest that man
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-BENJAMIN DISRAELI
In
Our Time
Continued from Page 1
It will cost you that
self-indulgence which
brings you physical pleas-
ure-but will not turn the
lock for you on the door to
eternal life.
It will cost you the
personal failures and dis
appointments you will
encounter while seeking
the exciting and spectacu
lar-only to find that the
things you thought would
bring you joy were your big
“let downs”.
It will cost you the time to
turn aside and pray when it
seems that you have no
place to turn and no one to
turn to for help.
Jesus is saying “Come
unto me all ye that
labor...and I will give you
rest....Take my yoke upon
you, for I am meek and
lowly in heart and ye shall
find rest unto your souls.”
He is asking us to keep
fighting for the faith that
comes as a “gift” from
God. A faith that does not
stop in you but continues
through you. Touching and
strengthening every be
liever who will take his yoke
I SADIE’S CORNER
- (Tips To The Ladies)
Dear Sadie,
I am a young divorced woman and have been dating a
very nice man that is very kind and thoughtful to me.
My problem is that lately I have received many
invitations from other men that I would like to go out
with, but my boyfriend and I agreed to only see each
other and I don’t want to sneak around around and have
him lose faith in me.
G.N.S.
Dear G.N.S.,
I agree on one thing you do have a problem. It is •
wanting your cake and eating it too. Have you heard the
saying, “a bird in the hand is worth 2 in a bush?” If you
have a nice man that is thoughtful, then you have a rare
gem you should cherish. Sometimes by being a little
greedy for just a little more we lose it all. Either get a
new agreement allowing you both to date others; and
be sure you can handle this situation or just hold on to
what you have.
Sadie
If you have questions or suggestions to SADIE’S
CORNER, you can have them answered by writing to
THE TRIBUNAL AID.
upon them. The yoke of I’ve died for you! I’ve
bondage, the yoke of tested the bitter cup! I’ve
affliction; and above all- taken the crimson stains of
the yoke of the cross! sin and washed them white
as snow!”
Jesus has paid for it all!
He says to us “Keep “Here, accept my yoke,
fighting for the faith.... Your salvation depends on
Don’t be afraid to surren- it!...and ye shall find rest
der all...Because I’ve unto your souls. For my
already paid for your fare yoke is easy and my burden
on Calvary’s rugged hill! is light.”
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