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The Nooseletter
Vol. 4 - No.09 September, 2022 Nooseletter Home SUBMIT AN ARTICLE

Howdy everybody. Welcome to the beginning of the Fall season. We have had a couple of our friends pass away last month; Rich Rossi (who was working on the Italian Cowboy movie with several Reel Cowboys) and Clu Gulager, long-time friend of the Reel Cowboys; they will both be missed. Our featured article this month is about Clu Gulager, using information I received from Mark Weinger. I hope you enjoy it. Soon, when I get more information, I will be building a page honoring Rich Rossi.

Also, we have a submission from Randal Massaro entitled "The Rogue Agency" that is a MUST READ. We need to spread the word to everybody of how our government slaughters our wildlife and makes us pay for it in the form of taxes.

  • September 3rd
    The Jorjezian Film Festival is happening at the Scottish Rite Event Center in Long Beach, CA. (map)

  • September 9th
    The Jorjezian Film Festival is happening at the Comedy Chateau in North Hollywood, CA. (map)

  • September 10th
    The Jorjezian Film Festival is happening at Saint Anthony's School in El Segundo, CA. (map)

  • September 11th
    The Jorjezian Film Festival is happening at the Comedy Chateau in North Hollywood, CA. (map)

  • September 13th
    Our very one Jim Glennie (aka James Grey) is performing Elvis songs and more at the Joslyn Adult Center in Burbank. (map)

  • Until September 25th
    To all those that are interested, you can still visit the Johnny Crawford Collection at the Valley Relics Museum. (map)
Lastly, enjoy the Featured video. It is hilarious.

~Charles P. Scott
UPCOMING EVENT FLYERS & DIRECTIONS
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Joslyn Adult Center presents James Gray - September 13th Jorjezian Film Festival - September 3rd-11th. Jorjezian Film Festival - September 3rd-11th. Jorjezian Film Festival - September 3rd-11th. Jorjezian Film Festival - September 3rd-11th. The Johnny Crawford Collection at the Valley Relics Museum - Until September 25th
FEATURED ARTICLE
Tribute to Clu Gulager (1928-2022)
~Mark Weinger
Clu Gulager, an American actor and director (known for his roles in The Virginian tv series, and the movie, The Night of the Living Dead), and a friend of the Reel Cowboys, passed away on August 5th, 2022. He will be will be sorely missed. Our very own Reel Cowboy member, Mark Weinger, has provided videos and photos, along with some thoughts about Clu he would like to share.
 
CHRONICLES OF THE OLD WEST
Hop Alley Riot
~Dakota Livesay
We've all played the telephone game where a message is whispered in the next person's ear, and then been amazed when a completely different message is returned to us. Something similar happened in Denver back in 1880. As the West entered into...
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Civil War's Worst Vegetables
~John Lustrea
Parents use the phrase (Eat Your Vegetables) in a desperate effort to get their children to eat something besides ice cream or french fries. During the Civil War, though, such a request could literally be lifesaving. Disease was responsible for more than two-thirds of all Civil War deaths. Diarrhea and dysentery were the most common reported diseases during the conflict, with more than 1.6 million cases in the...
The Sedalia Trail
~Marshall Trimble
The cattle drives to Sedalia, Missouri were some of the earliest in the Old West. They began in the 1840s. It’s been called the Sedalia, Shawnee, Texas Trail and sometimes just the “Trail.” By 1853 some 3,000 head were being trailed through western Missouri but the local farmers tried to block their passage because of the tick fever carried by the longhorns. The Texas cattle were immune to the disease however it...
One Riot, One Ranger
~Ian Harvey
The Texas Ranger Division was initially founded in 1823 by Stephen F. Austin. Austin was a native of Virginia who was elected to the Legislature of Missouri in 1813 and remained in that position until 1819. Austin’s father had received a land grant after Texas had declared independence from Mexico. Not long after moving to Texas, the elder Austin died and left his land to his son, Stephen. From that time on...
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The Rogue Agency
~Christopher Ketchum
A USDA program that tortures dogs and kills endangered species. One morning in the fall of 1980, Rex Shaddox got a call from his supervisor at the Uvalde, Texas, office of Animal Damage Control. Shaddox had worked for Animal Damage Control, which was then a branch of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, for seventeen months. His job was to trap and kill wild carnivores, coyotes in particular, that were said to prey on the flocks of local sheep ranchers. The supervisor, Charles Brown, told Shaddox to meet with his fellow agents at the...
Texas Jack Omohundro
~Old West History Remembered
Born to a Cherokee Nation family in Oologah, Indian Territory (now Oklahoma), Rogers joked that though his ancestors didn't come over on the Mayflower, they "met the boat". Dog Iron Ranch, the property of Will's father Clement Vann Rogers, had as many as 10,000 Texas longhorns, and Will, the youngest of eight children, grew up in the saddle. An avid reader and good student, Will quickly decided that the saddle was more comfortable than the school desk, and, after dropping out of school in the 10th grade, worked his...
Grand Council Fire
~Legends of the Old West
December 1, 1927 - To the mayor of Chicago: You tell all white men “America First.” We believe in that. We are the only ones, truly, that are one hundred percent. We therefore ask you, while you are teaching schoolchildren about America First, teach them truth about the First Americans. We do not know if school histories are pro-British, but we do know that they are unjust to the life of our people – the American Indian. They call all white victories battles and all Indian victories massacres. The battle with Custer has been taught to schoolchildren as a...
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With This Country So Divided
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I am glad I am on the side that has the most
guns and knows which bathroom to use.
 
   
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