Dixie Heritage News – 1/10/2020

90% Of Our Monuments STILL STAND!


The Daily Tar Heel’s parent company is suing the Board of Governors over a lack of transparency in the decision to give the Sons of Confederate Veterans nearly $2.6 million to enshrine Silent Sam and agree to cease future protests on campus.

DTH Media Corp, the nonprofit behind UNC-Chapel Hill’s Daily Tar Heel, filed the lawsuit Tuesday against the UNC System Board of Governors, the UNC System, and five members of the BOG that published an op-ed in the News & Observer defending the group’s Silent Sam decision. Wendy Murphy, one of the defendants, is the Vice Chair of the Board of Governors.

The lawsuit claims that the defendants violated North Carolina’s Open Meetings Law and the North Carolina Uniform Declaratory Judgements Act, and asks them to nullify the agreements made with the Sons of Confederate Veterans.

“Both agreements with the SCV were conceived, negotiated, approved, and executed in total secrecy in violation of the Open Meetings Law,” the lawsuit states. “Owing to the defendants’ multiple violations of the Open Meetings Law, neither the plaintiff or the public knew or could have known about either transaction until the afternoon of November 27, 2019.”


Two Confederate monuments were vandalized in Virginia’s capital city. Richmond police said Tuesday that they are “investigating.”

The Jefferson Davis monument was spray-painted with the phrase “This is Racist.” The Stonewall Jackson monument was spray-painted with the phrase “God is Gay.”

The vandalism comes the day after Richmond’s City Council voted to ask Virginia’s General Assembly to have local power over the monuments.

The 6-2 vote came at a special meeting Monday. It is an about-face for the nine-member body, which twice rejected similar requests earlier this term.

Michael Jones, the 9th District councilman, proposed the resolution. Also supporting the resolution were Councilman Andreas Addison of the 1st District; Council Vice President Chris Hilbert of the 3rd District; Councilwoman Stephanie Lynch of the 5th District; Councilwoman Ellen Robertson of the 6th District; and Council President Cynthia Newbille of the 7th District. Opposing it were Councilwomen Kristen Larson of the 4th District and Reva Trammell of the 8th District. Absent was Kim Gray, the 2nd District councilwoman who represents much of Monument Avenue, on which five Confederate statues were unveiled from 1890 to 1929. Gray said last week that she did not support Jones’ resolution and called it divisive. Gray’s liaison said she was unable to attend the meeting because she was at the hospital with her daughter.


Gov. Ralph Northam is demanding that the New Democrat controlled statehouse pass legislation replacing Virginia’s statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee housed in the United States Capitol Building. The Lee statue is one of Virginia’s two in the National Statuary Hall Collection.

As outlined in the attached Procedures and Guidelines for Replacement of Statues in the National Statuary Hall Collection by the Architect of the Capitol, the current replacement procedure calls for authorizing legislation to be passed through the General Assembly and signed by the Governor. The request must then be communicated to the Architect of the Capitol.

Using this procedure both Arkansas and Florida have each removed statues honoring Confederate military officials. Florida is replaying their statue of Kirby Smith with one of boxing promoter Don King under the guise that he looks just like civil rights activist Mary McLeod Bethune. Arkansas’ replacement statue will be of Daisy Bates.


An exhibit featuring a Confederate battle flag — despite being the center of a community debate for almost two years — opened quietly on Sunday with no push-back from Lynchburg residents.


The National Museum of Civil War Medicine, a quirky and fascinating repository of battlefield medical artifacts including skull saws and rusty scalpels, is amputating the Confederate flag from its logo.


A federal court on Friday dismissed a lawsuit against the University of Texas over its 2017 decision to remove Confederate statues from its grounds.

The ruling from the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a district court ruling saying the Texas Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans lacked proper standing to sue the university over the removal. The same appeals court had issued a similar ruling in a lawsuit by the Sons of Confederate Veterans that tried to force San Antonio to return a Confederate monument and two cannons to a city park.


Mississippi House Rep. Karl Oliver, a funeral director from Winona, will take on a new role as vice chairman of the powerful House Appropriations Committee. The Republican has recently come under attack for a statement he made back in 2017 in defense of Confederate monuments.


Iran says it has delivered its revenge in the form of missile attacks on US bases in Iraq. The missiles, according to Iranian State TV, came from Iran. Their revenge coming on the same day that Gen. Qasem Soleimani was buried after he was assassinated by a US drone strike. What happens next? Your guess is as good as mine. Iran says if president Trump does respond, they will attack Israel and Dubai.


House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is still playing games with the articles of impeachment. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he has the votes to proceed anyway.


Do you remember the red MAGA hat wearing Catholic School kid Nick Sandmann? Looks like he just got a big check from CNN as part of a settlement over the way they portrayed him on TV.


The UMC plans to split over the gay clergy / same sex marriage issue. Who ever thought an actual scriptural doctrinal issue would divide the Methodists? But this is the pattern of church conflict resolution through the ages. Every creed adopted by the church soon divided it in twain.

The three recent archbishops of Canterbury have refused to take a vote on the gay clergy issue at their last three Lambeth conferences for the certain fear it would split the church of England. Each bishop in the CoE votes the number of baptized believers in his diocese. The archbishop of CoE in Nigeria alone could outvote all of the bishops in Northern Europe and North America, and he would surely vote against gay clergy, women bishops, and same sex marriage.


Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke to CNN in a rare interview in her chambers this week. The 86-year-old four-time cancer survivor has claimed to again be “cancer free.” She has recently resumed an active role in oral arguments.


Al Benson, Jr., is the Editor-in-Chief of The Copperhead Chronicle.

He is also a regular feature writer for The Southern Patriot, The Dixie Heritage Letter, and other pro-Southern publications.

He is a proud member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, the Confederate Society of America, and the League of the South.

It seems the Democratic Legislature in the State of Virginia has decided that they will simply do away with the Second Amendment in that state. Oh, they will take sort of a Fabian approach and do it as gradually as they are forced to but there can be little doubt that’s their socialist intent. And they may well hope to be a bell weather for the rest of the country–sort of a “well, if we can do it so can you” sort of thing.

However, it seems that folks in many Virginia counties, particularly folks in rural counties are less than enthusiastic about the state legislature’s Fabian plan to do away with the Second Amendment.

It’s no secret that ultra, ultra liberal Michael Bloomberg, with all his millions, has been at work in Virginia and he seems to be taking credit for flipping the state legislature from red to deep, deep blue. And, of course, a state with a blue legislature means a state where the Second Amendment is automatically in jeopardy unless people wake up and realize what the game is and resist. As this point, that seems to be happening in Virginia, thanks be to God. Let’s hope that trend continues.

I just recently read an article on https://www.gunsamerica.com for November 28th that dealt with this situation. It was written by a Jordan Michaels. Michaels noted that: “Virginia gun owners have gathered by the hundreds at Board of Supervisors meetings in counties across the state to send a message to the newly elected Democratic legislature in Richmond. As of this writing, 23 counties and towns have declared themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries since Michael Bloomberg flipped the state legislature from red to blue earlier this month. Second Amendment sanctuaries exist in many states across the country, but no state has seen so many in such a short span of time.” One person stated: “It’s sending a message to Richmond saying we don’t want anymore gun control out here.” Personally, I doubt if Richmond gives a tinker’s damn. With Bloomberg having been politically active in Virginia, that means that carpet baggers are active in Virginia’s politics and out of state money has financed what the legislature is trying to do. You might as well label this whole episode as “Virginia Reconstruction 2019.”

Interestingly, 53 more counties were at that time considering Second Amendment sanctuary status. I understand that number has increased.

Then, there was an article by Mike Adams from December 11, 2019 that appeared on https://www.newswars.com Mike observed that: “Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam–perhaps best known for wearing blackface and celebrating the infanticide of healthy, living human babies–is now promoting the creation of a kill list of patriots who will, if history repeats itself, be hunted down and murdered by the authoritarian state. After all, a corrupt anti-liberty government that’s willing to kill human infants is also willing to murder its own citizens in the streets. The kill list construction effort is being called ‘mandatory gun registration,’ and it’s the pillar of Gov. Northam’s newest tyrannical scheme for turning the State of Virginia into a Democrat-run prison camp where no human being is free. Gov. Ralph Northam–whose family owned 84 slaves–is best known for insisting that when a human child is born alive and healthy, it should be ‘kept comfortable’ until the mother decides to have it murdered after birth, in the name of ‘women’s health.’ This is infanticide, pure and simple, and it is a felony crime of premeditated murder. Yet Gov. Northam openly endorses that murder, claiming that the State of Virginia allows such murders to be carried out in unlimited numbers, apparently at any age of the child.” And this is the sterling individual that wants to take the guns of Virginians–after he has them duly registered so he knows just who has them!

But, Northam is pretending to be generous here. Mike informs us that “The governor’s assault weapons ban will include a grandfather clause for individuals who already own assault weapons, with the requirement they register their weapons before the end of a designated grace period,” Mike tells us that Northam intends for the state police, local police, as well as his own armed security people to keep all their weapons. No surprise there, is there? And Mike notes: “As is true with all gun control tyrants, Northam intends for his own democrats to keep their guns, while first ‘registering’ and then confiscating all guns from private citizens.”

And Mike explains to us what we should already be aware of. He says: “The only reason the corrupt state needs to know where all the gun owners live is because they plan to go door to door, confiscating all those guns at gunpoint…” I won’t even go into all the rest of what he said. It ain’t pretty, but I don’t doubt he is right on the money.

He talks about Democide–government sanctioned murder.


Ben “Cooter” Jones is perhaps best known for his roles in Smokey and the Bandit and in The Dukes of Hazard but after his acting career he served two terms in the United States Congress as a representative from Georgia.

Currently retired in Virginia, he is a Heritage Defense Officer for the Sons of Confederate Veterans.

My new neighbor Ozzie, who grew up in the Bronx, thinks that the South is a place “without much culture.” Ozzie acts as if he is an expert on the subject, even though his Southern experience has been confined to living in the D.C. suburbs for a few years before retiring out here to the Blue Ridge Mountains last year.

(It should be noted that Ozzie’s real name is “Osgood”, but he is very sensitive about that fact being public knowledge. Don’t tell anybody…)

The other day I was having coffee out on the deck of Buster’s, our local eatery, with my buddy Copperhead Stephens. It was a beautiful autumn morning. At least it was until Ozzie came and sat down.

“You can’t find a decent place for good coffee around here,” he said. “Not like in Manhattan or Brooklyn. They just know how to make it better.”

“Mine’s good,” said Copperhead, without even looking up. “In fact, its very good. Its great! I can’t drink that slime they sell up North. Tastes like creosote.”

Ozzie is one of those guys who has no ear for humor. He takes everything seriously, which is a big handicap down South. “I’ve never had any that tasted like creosote,” he said. “In fact, what does creosote taste like?”

“Tastes a lot like Valvoline Motor Oil”, said Copperhead.

“Oh, well, I’ve never had any of that, either”, said Ozzie, with no hint of irony.

Copperhead is a big ol’ boy who looks like a biker that was raised by wolves. But looks can be deceiving. He is actually a retired professor of philosophy. He is also a pretty fair 5 string banjo picker. And he has a chip on his shoulder about city folks who are condescending.

Ozzie took notice of the banjo case on the floor next to Copperhead. “What’s in that thing?”, he asked.

“The remains of my first ex-wife,” said Copperhead, without smiling. It looked like Ozzie took him seriously.

“It’s a banjo,” I said. “Mr. Stephens is a musician.”

“Oh, I see. I guess you play that corny redneck twangy-twangy stuff, huh?

You know, I have discovered that there really isn’t any good music anywhere South of say, Philadelphia. Certainly nothing with any sophistication,” Ozzie said, with an assured air of expertise.

Now, Copperhead is one of those ol’ boys that is so laid back that it is hard to tell if he is still breathing. But he did something that for him was hyper-active. He pulled his ballcap down a bit and squinted at Ozzie.

Copperhead looked like Clint Eastwood right before he’d say, “Go ahead, make my day…”

He didn’t say anything but he opened the case, took out his old Deering, and started slowly tuning up. The banjo sparkled in the sun like a Cheerwine bottle-cap in a dusty red clay parking lot. Two couples moved over closer on the deck to where we were. They knew what was up.

Copperhead started sweet and low, playing a soft sweet version of Pachebel’s Canon. Each note was a statement of clarity, of purity. Ozzie looked as if he had been knocked in the head with a pipe wrench.

Copperhead then eased into a smoky, languid version of Errol Garner’s “Misty” and segued from there into Eric Clapton’s “Layla” before kicking it up with “Ramblin’ Man” by the Allman Brothers and somehow he went from there into a touch of Dvorak’s “New World Symphony.”

His fingers were typing a thousand notes a minute, but his expression never changed, just a slight, bemused grin.

By now, everyone in Buster’s had come out on the deck. Three cars and two pickups pulled in, attracted by the action. Copperhead laid out some really low down Lightnin’ Hopkins’ Texas blues and then kicked it back up with a rendition of “Foggy Mountain Breakdown” that was so fast it was clearly against the law. He played flamenco and Otis Redding, he played Ravi Shankar sitar riffs, and he played the Stars and Stripes Forever. More people had shown up, reached by way of their cell phones. And then Copperhead, seeing the assembled, who by then numbered maybe 50 folks, a rooster and several dogs, played the entire concert version of “Free Bird.”

This whole time he hadn’t said a word. He had played in every style and sound known to man, but had spoken not a word. Everybody went half-crazy begging for more.

But Copperhead placed his banjo back in its case, took a sip from a water bottle and began to speak.

“Y’all, I haven’t given a talk about anything since I left the University”, he mumbled. “But I feel the need to say something. I’m not up for talking about Socrates or ol’ Zeno, but I would like to share with you some thoughts about the myth of the Great Southern Gator-Man, who created American music back when there was no Big Bossman around anywhere near. Now, the Gator-Man was half man and half gator and he had huge red eyes and enormous teeth that shined like polished ivory. Now, on the darkest of the dark nights at a crossroads deep in the Big Dixie Swamp, the Gator-Man called a gathering. He sent out word for some specially chosen cats to come and meet him. And then here come these wildass fiddlin’ Scotsmen and Irishmen down from the Southern hills and some French dudes from New Orleans and lots of African folks from the Gullah and the Geechee Islands and from back in the bayous. And some Cherokees and Creeks and others of the ancient red tribes came drummin’ and dancin’, and then some of the Spanish cats found their way up the river and through the canebrakes.

“And when they had all gathered, the Great Southern Gator Man said, ‘Chirrun, I have had a vision:

‘Now, in this vision I seen people flockin’ and floodin’ in all around here to our Great South, and they see that its even better than Heaven….so they done started diggin’ in the ground and feedin’ pigs and huntin’ down them big ol’ bears and they was all doin’ o.k.,. I mean, you know they wusn’t goin’ hungry or nuthin’, but they just wasn’t a very joyful crowd of folks.”

“And why, brothers and sisters of this hot, muggy corner of Paradise, why are they unhappy? You ask why? Because they don’t know how to boogie woogie, that’s why!! And I know that you folks here tonight under the dark moon can get together and bring up from the bottom of your spirits the eternal and everlasting souls of all of your people from all of their days. And then we can liven this place up with some music, yeah, music from the bottom of your hearts..

Cmon’, y’all! Startin’ right here and right now! Let’s rock this swamp!”

Copperhead paused. The crowd around was hanging on his every word.

“And so, folks, now you know why all American music comes from the South. The Blues came from the South, and jazz came from the South, and rhythm and blues comes from the South, and Dixieland, and rock and roll, and rockabilly, and gospel music, and pop music and country music and bluegrass music and Tex-Mex music and Cajun music and Texas swing and Zydeco music, and even beach music! It is all Southern, y’all! Every bit of it! No doubt about it…”

The folks who had gathered around started to go off to earn their daily bread. Two little girls stared in awe at the banjo in the open case. “It’s a magic thing,” one told the other.

Several people made over Copperhead and his gift for music, but he could have cared less. “I’m just a picker,” he said.

As he was getting into his van, Ozzie got in his face. “What about polka?”, he demanded. “That’s not Southern!”

Copperhead didn’t miss a beat. “Comes from Southern Germany”, he said.

Copperhead closed the door of his van and started it up. “What about rap music?” yelled Ozzie.

Copperhead smiled at that. “Well, rap does have Southern roots. But music’s gotta have two things, a beat and a melody,” he said. “Rap’s got a beat and that’s all. It ain’t really music. No melody… No melody.”

And then he pulled onto the two lane and headed off for some fishing.


James W. King is the Commander of Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp #141 in Albany, Georgia.

Our THIN GRAY LINE is getting thinner every year. We need to stay healthy and live to be very old Confederates and fight the good fight to the end.

I am always saddened to learn of the death of an SCV member or other Southern patriot.

The American diet including some Southern food traditions are especially conducive to developing the deadly health conditions of cancer and heart disease. I am personally trying to avoid these health problems through a healthy diet and adequate exercise.

Spinach and broccoli have more anti-cancer ingredients than almost any other foods and the green color from chlorophyll is the great bowel cleanser. I eat a large amount of each nearly every day raw with no cheese. I almost never eat fried food and instead eat boiled or oven roasted chicken, turkey, and shrimp. I seldom ever eat red meat like beef and pork because they cause prostate cancer. I seldom eat grilled meat because burned meat causes cancer. I do not eat bread because it causes diabetes. Dark red kidney beans prevent colon cancer so I eat them. Fruits including blue berries, strawberries, red grapes, oranges, apples, watermelon, cantaloupe, peaches, and pineapple have ingredients that prevent cancer and heart disease so I eat large amounts of them. I do not eat french fries because the oil they are cooked in is like pouring fertilizer on cancer.

Also I do not drink soft drinks as they cause cancer due to causing excess acid. Diet soft drinks contain an artificial sweetener that may cause Alzheimer memory loss. I have never drank a cup of coffee although some reports say it is beneficial. I do not drink any alcohol or smoke and have never used any type of drug. I drink only water that does not have fluoride in it and I drink a lot of water. Fluoride appears to cause reduced IQ in children according to research.

At age 72 I have no health problems and take no medication, prescription or over the counter, and I have not been to a doctor in over 40 years except for a lower back injury 11 years ago. I monitor my heart beat rate. 64 beats a minute during a normal day when not doing exercise or anything physical. 58 beats per minute, when I wake up after a good restful nights sleep, the same as a trained young athlete.

If people want to prevent cancer and heart problems they are going to have to change their diet. I am not on medicare and I will never let a doctor put me on any medication. High blood pressure? Drink 3 to 5 gallons of water over a day’s time. Water in water out all day long. It thins your blood and reduces pressure. Also I will never take dangerous flu shots or any other vaccinations. Some vaccines are said to contain cells from aborted babies and other dangerous ingredients. Billion dollar industry big Pharma promotes many dangerous medications which have side effects that require additional medication. Many doctors are indoctrinated to write prescriptions that deal with the symptoms of disease as opposed to curing a disease.

When I tell people about my healthy diet they often say “You must be planning to die of old age”. I have a joke I reply with. I say “No I plan to get shot”. “Get Shot” they exclaim. “Yes” I reply “I plan to live to be 120 and get shot by a 21 year old girl’s jealous boy friend”. Men usually think it is funny but women do not so I seldom tell that joke to them.

The American diet of cheeseburgers, soft drinks, and french fries is a killer. Avoid fatty food, sugar, hydrogenated vegetable oil and high fructose (sugar) corn syrup. Cancer feeds on sugar. Donuts are one of the most unhealthy foods because they are a mixture of fat and sugar. GMO foods may also be dangerous.


Dr. Ed is a pastor, college president, historian, the author of over 30 books, an in-demand public speaker, and the host of two radio shows.

He is an active lobbyist, tirelessly petitioning city, county, state, and federal officials on behalf of our Southern monuments and heritage.

He started Dixie Heritage in March of 2015.

Since the whole manufactured mess over Dylan Roof and the photoshopped picture making it appear as though he was waving a Confederate Flag there have been 108 Confederate monuments that have been taken down by way of what lobbyists call “officeholder decisions.” In other words, they came down because a politician and/or group of politicians ordered them to be removed.

Best I can tell, if the Southern Poverty Law Center can be trusted in anything, 139 monuments have been officially removed since 1880.

While the media coverage, and even our news reporting here at Dixie Heritage, often focuses on the Confederate monuments that have been removed, today, I want to talk about the BIGGER picture. The roughly 1740 or so Confederate monuments that are STILL STANDING!

Even with all the fuss, the forces of evil have only managed to tear down less than 10% of our monuments.

I know, every week we report of another monument that is under attack. And perhaps that has failed to convey the happy truth that over 90% of our monuments are still standing.

And the credit for that happy fact can be attributed to our Dixie Heritage family.

91% of the remaining monuments are located in the Confederacy. As long as Southerners remain vocal in promoting their history and heritage many politicians are afraid to go after them.

Also, a few of our subscribers have been quietly going about the task of buying the dirt beneath our monuments. In other cases, monuments removed were purchased and relocated to private property. As a result, only 18% percent of our remaining monuments are on public grounds, typically at courthouses; the rest are on private property. It is a lot harder for public officials to remove them from private property. That said, we anticipate that in the coming years there will be efforts to rezone and recode areas where monuments are standing on private property in order to find the property owners in “violation” if they do not remove their monument. We are already seeing this with flags, restrictions on the height of the pole or size of the flag, etc. Imagine similar efforts to limit the size of “lawn art,” etc.

And we at Dixie Heritage have been actively petitioning the legislative bodies of all of the Southern states, and even a few Northern ones, to either strengthen and enforce existing laws and/or to pass new laws protecting monuments and war memorials. As a result of our efforts, seven States: Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia have laws in place that have prevented the removal of 1,225 monuments.

We have also befriended bureaucrats at all levels of government who have helped to gum the works if you will and either prevented and/or delayed what would have been numerous monument removals.

Yes, you read that right, while we have seen 108 monuments lost, thanks to our political activism, another 1,225 monuments in STILL STANDING! That is about 65% of all of our Confederate monuments. We’ve lost less than 10% and actively preserved over 65%.

Of the 139 monuments removed since 1880, 82 of them, or about 59%, have been removed in places where there was not legislation in place to protect the memorials. In most cases, where the legislation is in place, our monuments have been safe.

The only exceptions have been a few actions of lawlessness:

Memphis. The law was in place to protect the monuments removed from Memphis but the City of Memphis simply disregarded the law and the State agencies and courts that were entrusted to uphold the law simply turned a blind eye.

North Carolina. Even the liberal governor and legislators in that State would not violate the law so vandals simply “took the law into their own hands” and violently removed the monuments that the law was protecting. In the case of Silent Sam, the Chancellor of the University, we suspect, was the secret instigator of the violence, secretly recruiting the mob and assuring them they would not be punished.

In aggressively advocating on behalf of our monuments, we have determined that the cities that have removed our monuments have two common things:

First, and unsurprisingly, they are majority Democrats.

Second, they have an overwhelming number of blacks living in their jurisdictions and very vocal chapters of the NAACP.

The only exception to these rules is Columbia, South Carolina where only 21% of people voted for Hillary (Democrats), but the city has a large black population that makes up 42% of the city. Their NAACP chapter started calling for the removal of the Statehouse Flag back in 2000 but did not see it removed until 2015. The NAACP is persistent. Even in failure, they keep coming back to Council and Legislative meetings month after month, for years if need be.

Surprisingly, the odds of a monuments removal do not statistically change in towns with black mayors. Maybe because of the 288 black mayors in the United States, 242 of them are mayors in cities where State monument protection laws would prevent them from removing a monument.

Also to our advantage, is that the efforts to remove confederate monuments is often a local government of black Democrats and we can ignore them entirely and simply lobby a State body of mostly Republicans to enforce the State law.

And then there have been cases, like in Ft. Walton Beach, Florida, where we have persuaded the local officials to simply put the subject on the ballot and let their voters decide. When asked, the voters have come out in favor of keeping their monuments in place. Of course, thats why in lots of places the liberals refuse to ask the voters.

In summary, the enemies of our Heritage have succeeded in removing less than 10% of our monuments! Our efforts to stop them have actively saved 1225 monuments. To those of you who have supported Dixie Heritage over these last 5 years – THANK YOU! Because of your support, over 90% of our monuments are STILL STANDING!

When you support Dixie Heritage in our ongoing efforts in 2020, you help insure that our over 1,700 monuments remain proudly in their places for yet another year!

Happy New Year Ya’ll,
Deo Vindice!
Chaplain Ed

Dixie Heritage
P.O. Box 618
Lowell, FL 32663