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A different drummer
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Title: A different drummer
Uniform Title: Different drummer (Cocoa, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Canney family ( lon )
Brevard Junior College
Publisher: Different Drummer
Place of Publication: Cocoa Fla.
Creation Date: September 30, 1968
Publication Date: 1968-1969
Frequency: irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: College students' writings, American -- Periodicals -- Florida -- Brevard Country   ( lcsh )
High school students' writings, American -- Periodicals -- Florida -- Brevard County   ( lcsh )
Counterculture -- Periodicals -- Florida -- Brevard County   ( lcsh )
Nineteen sixties -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
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Junior colleges -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Education -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Periodicals -- United States -- Politics and government -- 1963-1969   ( lcsh )
Genre: Underground newspapers   ( lcsh )
Underground newspapers   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Cocoa
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Summary: Underground newspaper created by students in Brevard County, Fla. high schools and Brevard Junior College.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (8-28-68)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased with Feb. 1969?
Numbering Peculiarities: Issue for Feb. 1969 lacks numbering.
General Note: Title from cover.
General Note: Copies donated for digitization by Canney family.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Page 2 September 30




LET STUDENTS CONTROL O0"N FUND Editors, Publishers: Ed Hogan
Jan Lap
Last year and this year the Student Carol Wehrman
Activities Committee benevolently made Norman Rathweg
decisions for us, with our money-the Printers: John and Jan
student activities fee we paid. They Gover Design: Mike Canney
planned for our enjoyment Victor Borga, Staff Artist: Carol Wehrman
Jules F&-ifer, Feranti and Teicher, Draft Counselors: V1alter Henderson, Jr.
Bobby Venton, Bennett Cerf, The Mere- John Teichert, Jr.
dith Willsons, and (among others) the Black Power Writers: Pearl Faine
Doodle Town Pipers. These might have Charles McCollum
been all your first choices, if you had George Wallace
been consulted. The Drummer sees some Outside Agitator: Dave Allen
of these as more appealing to the par- Signed: 74eudaaft-
ent element than the students (such as
The Meredith rillsons). It seems a PUBLISHED MORE-OR-LESS
more likely student selection would be BI-TEEKLY, DETERMINED BY
Joan Baez, Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Dick QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF
Gregory, Pat Paulson, Dr. Benjamin Spock, ARTICLES SUBMITTED. 1 NEED
Timothy Leary, and (among others) Robert YOU, IF YOU NEED US.
Welch. P.O. BOX 1652, COCOA, FLA.
That happens for us in the Student 632-2242
Center at'44000? Which property is stu-
dent property? T"hy do intramurals take
$1,200? general athletics $15,000?
SGA President Charles Evans explains / Different Drummer welcomes letters to
in "New SGA Pres. Speaks" that students the editor. We regret that because of
don't have the training to handle such the enthusiastic response we will not be
a complicated business and bookkeeping. able to print all letters, though all
Well, if its that complicated, with a viewpoints will be heard. -Ed./
budget of $78,142, we could hire a Cer-
tified Public Accountant for $500. With Dear Mr. Ed Hogan
such an undertaking we could accept ad- Mr. Jan Lap
vice. Miss Carol W1ehrman-
Then the SAC makes a bad decision, Mr. Norman Rathweg
they're responsible to no one. Students
are directly responsible to students. I have just read your second issue.
Drummer suggests a relatively large com- It's great. I am so happy the regimenta-
mittee (25?) electqd'separately from tion and lack of free thought I found in
.the SGA bag, with added positions for college is being attacked in my own commu-
students with business experience. A nity. Keep up the good work for it is
proportional representation of sports- the great dissenters of history that have
types, musicians, "hippies," intellec- made the positive changes in the world.
tuals, and straights would likely be My donation check is on the way. Thank
elected. Faculty should also be allowed you. /hank youu!7
to run, but not vote. Sincerely yours,
At present, club-type people and a rt. James E. Yoder
not-so-representative faculty selection
represent us. \ (cont. p. 6)





September 30, 1968 Page 3



Talks of Student Meetings to Air Views
By David Allen, Jan Lap, and Ed Hogan

Charles Evans, newly elected student government president, told A Different
Drummer last week that he would call a meeting within the next two weeks at which
all students could discuss problems at Brevard Junior College. "It's a meeting where
people will be invited to express their views on problems that need to be taken care
of," Evans told a Drummer interviewer.
Although a date has not yet been set for this meeting, Evans stated that it would
be held during student activity period. The exact date will be heralded by a (spae-
cial) beat of a drum, or a drop of a capsule.
Evans' statement came in response to a suggestion from A Different Drummer that
such a meeting be held. Many students have come to the paper with complaints and
suggestions about all aspects of BJC life. /e.g., see the letters in the last issue
about the dress code and class regimentationr All these and others may be raised at
the meeting.
The new president stressed that the meetings would be absolutely informal and open
for any student to state his opinions.
WATCH FOR SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT' I
Discusses Student Power at BJC

/ V84 "The student government's purpose will
be to find out what the needs of the stu-
;J I i dents are and then to work to find the
best solution." In these words newly
S175 AjX, elected SGA president Charles Evans ex-
t CX:; SE. '. plained his philosophy of student govern-

< .^- r, ;e- m He went on to say that, "The student
government is supposed to work for any-
There's a movement in the air. People thing that would benefit the student body
are gathering around issues all over Bre- as a whole, or benefit a small group of
vard county. Black students at BJC are students as long as it doesn't injure
get-ing up "The New Breed." Draft counsel- someone else." He said students should
ir- programs are developing, and The Early take note of this fact and realize that
Mcr.ing Show is here (see page 9 ). High they can get a great deal of cooperation
school students in South Brevard and BJC from the administration if they "talk to
6er .h campu fetudentp are planning coor- the right people."
dinated activities. A Different Drummer Evans told reporters from A Different
is booming. -Drummer that "the administration this year
Drummer has tested the wind. There are has nfo given any hints that they would
supporters watching, listening, and wait- interfere with student government in any
ing, but they have not yet seen usB and way. The student body will be the ones
we, who have involved ourselves, have not that will decide what our constitution
yet all met. will be, not the administration."
So a meeting is scheduled for Friday However, Evans made it clear that the
October li at 8pm for dreamers and be- reason there would be no interference
lievers. A movie on maybe Vietnam will from the administration is because he, at
be shown. The place is not yet known, least, has no intention of trying to
but will be announced, change the existing roles which the stu-
And Drummer is planning a party, 8 pm dents, represented by SGA, and the faculty
Friday, October h to celebrate our good and administration, represented by the
success. We invite everyone who loves us. Student Activities Commitee, have. He
We are at 1652 RBsetine Street, just made clear that any attempt on the part
south of BJC in Cocoa. Oh ?yeh...* nd of SGA to change these roles would get
hoVL unL o p lBntse. .lob a.,..... nowhere. "You couldn't do that,"
(cont. p. 10.)





September 30, 1968 "LAW AND ORDER" Page 5.
By Ben Tanner
It is clear v mawv that "law and order" have a voice in the making of those laws,
has become the bandwagon issue of this and if they feel that they have a stake in
year's presidential campaign. It seems to their society.
make. for an effective political slogan, Just what is "law and order?" Is it
especially when one recognizes that large blocking the doorway of a university by a
numbers of influential bigots, fascists, state -governor to prevent integration? Is
and pseudo-liberals need to be.placated it a mayor or police"chief telling police-
and pacified. men to shoot to kill? Is it the "knock
What is wrong'with the use of this dema 'em on the heads"- attitude of the U.S.
gogic slogan is that its users fail to ack' Marshalls and the National Guardsmen? Is
knowledge the forces for progressive change it the failure of federal,: state and local
in present-day American society. They governments to implement the provisions of
fail to respond to civil-rights demands, civil rights laws and other legislation?
they fail to respond to the plight of the Is it the grossly unequally administered
poor, the unemployed, the ill-housed, the Selective Service System which drafts
ill-educated, and the politically disen- young men to kill or be killed in a gross-
frachised. In short, they fail to respond ly brutal, immoral, and illegal war?
to the fierce urgency of now. If politicians do not address them-
In evaluating the implications of the selves--seriously--to these and similar
calls for "law and order" one might first questions, they do not deserve our serious
note that no mention is ever made of "jus- consideration. For in effect they will be
tice." It is doubtful that "law and order' aying, "We want the niggers put in their
could have become a popular issue if ser- place," and, "Those who ain't got.it,
ious inequities did not exist in our polit/-qn't have it because they're all too lazy
lcal, economic, and social institutions. Ito work for it." It will be preservation
It is fair to assume, I believe,' that of the status quo at any cost. (
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s 1 VIETNAM AND AMERICAN MORALITY

By -;illiam Arthur

War is the ultimate in human social
failure. Unlike natural disasters, war
is a wholly man-made affair, the result
: of man's greed, .envy, hate, ambition, and
r passion. The behavior of mankind through-
/ out recorded history indicates that war
has always been, and perhaps will always
be, with us. Since this is a reality we
must face, the question arises, "Is there
such a thing as a justifiable war?"
The first noted writer to expressly
Street the morality of war was St. Augus-
tine. He set specific requirements for
S *justifiable participation, in war; (1) the
ch purpose must be moral, (2) the means must
be proportional to the end. St. Thomas
j1--Draft Counseling at 1652 Aquinas, Luther, Calvin, and most of the
Bosetina St., Cocoa, Fla. 8:30 p.m, primary ethical philosophers of Western
"civilization have managed to develop argu-
2---" Drummer" newspaper meeting ments justifying war under certain con-
8:00 p.m. Sharpt All interested editions. Thus, for the sake of argument,
persons welcomed, let us sAy that a just war can be fought.
V'estern morality insists, though, that
..---A party in celebration of the the war must observe certain criteria:
birth of "A Different Drummer" (1) discrimination between killing sol-
If you GABE please come 8:30 til? diers and civilians, (2) reasonable possi-
1652 Rosetine St. Cocoa, Fla. bilityof victory, and (3) "proportional-
--- BJC Theater Production at ity" between the amounts of harm done and
11:00 a.m. in Ex. Theater (free) the good hoped for. In terms of Vestern
---- Live at THE UNICORN- "The morality, these three points are very im-
Crystal Pane" 8:00 11:00 p.m. portant, for even though one may be con-
177 N. Brevard Ave. Cocoa Beach vinced that a war is just, he would still
be bound to use moral means.
---- BC Theater Production in Example: Liany Americans think that
Exper. Theater 8:00 p.m. VW II was a just war. The U.S. Military,
Jam Session 1- p.m. at however, charged off in a fit of moral in-
.... Jam Session 17- p.m. at dignation, displaying its usual lack cf
"The Unicorn" 177 Brevard Ave restraint. One result of this was the
Cocoa Beach, Fla. American saturation fire-bombing of Dres-
den, Germany, which killed over 300,000
---- Board of Trustees Meeting civilians in two days. This action, which
9;00 a.m in conference room abovUBL was designed specifically to kill and de-
library. OPENl TO THE PUBLIC. moralize civilians, ranks along side of
--- Draft Counseling at 1652 Hiroshima, Nagastkl, and Hitler's extermi-
Rosetne St.1 Cocoa, Fla. 8:30 p.i nation of the Jews. These acts must be
--- Lyceum Council presents condemned as the most outrage:cus and im-
."The Meredith Wilsons" at 8:00 p.o moral in the history of :man. Thus it
en eedt iss acan be seen that ends and means cannot be
in BJC Gym. easily separated.

j--- Films and Underground Activ- Turning to the Vietnam War, let us as-
ities Meeting- time and place to sume for the moment that the American
be announced at later date. purpose is moral. What can be said of the
means? According to Clayton Fritchey,
who has served as a war correspondent,








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