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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: November 19, 1968
Publication Date: 1968-1969
Frequency: irregular
completely 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 )
High schools -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Cocoa
Coordinates: 28.369444 x -80.743889 ( Place of Publication )
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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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"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it
is because he hears A DIFTEiMeNT DRUMMER. Let him step to the
music which he hears, however measured or far away." --H.D. Thoreau
A DIFFERENT DRUMMER and
A Different Drummer
A Different Drummer turns a lot of people Managing Editor: Faye Henderson
on and leaves an awful lot out. A newspaper Editorial Staff: Wayne Barksdale
isn't everybody's bag, Robby Johnson
A Different drummer is the name of our Carol Wehrmann
paper, but it was also the name of a latent Political Advisor: Dick Nixon
movement that got lost in the bungling de- Cover Design: Carol Wehrmnn
landing momentum of the paper, Staff Artist: Robby Johnson
We ve regrouped. A DIFFERENT DRUMAER Barber: Leigh S. Wilson
has a new meaning. It is the name of a move. Printers: Walter and Dave
nent that coordinates a variety of radical Typiats: Debbie, Dave, Faye
activities in the county. And A Different
Drummer newspaper is the voice f' that A DIF'FE1eA DJITM hF IS PUBLISHED MORE
movement. OR LESS BI-WEEKLY AS AN INDEPENDENT
Representatives of many of these groups SUB-PROFIT NEWSPAPER. SUPP( RTING SUB-
gathered recently. They prepared a tenta- SCRIPTIONS ARE 5 PER SEMESTER AND $1
tive declaration of convictions. Goals for TO BREVARD SERVICEMEN. PLEASE ADDRESS
each of these interests were expressed in the ALL CORRESPONDEN1CE TO:
following statement: A DIFFERENT DRUMMER
We are a band who hear the beat of A P.O. BOX W 192
DIFFERENT DRUMMER. Below are some of COCOA, FLA.
the things we hear and feel differently PHONE: 632-2242
than other men. If you want to move to
the beat of life, however measured and
far away, rather than to that of death, (
no matter how martial and deafening, we 'J .J
ask you to join us and to help us, L Different Drummer welcomes letters to
1. THE WAR IN VIET"/U! the editor. We regret that because of
We are opposed to American involve- the enthusiastic response we will not be
ment in the war in Vietnam. The facts able to print all letters, but all view-
show it to be a colonial war, immoral points will be heard. --Edj.7
and unjust. We beleive the United States
should never have entered the war. Dear Editor,
Due to the urgency of the situation First of all, I'd like to commend you
now, we advocate an immediate cessation on your excellent newspaper, and hope you
of all bombing, a ceasefire for all 'keep"up the good work.
ground forces, and withdrawal of the Secondly, I'd like to say I went to
American military from Vietnam, so that the anti-ww films you showed. I liked
self-determination for all Vietnamese them very much, and would like to see more
people will at last become a reality, of that sort in the future. We had a dis-
2. THE DRAFT cussion after the films, and I mentioned
'e object to the Selective Service the fact that there ought to be a Students
System Act of manpower channeling with for a Democratic Society group formed here
the "club of induction and the reward of at BJC. I don't think that just showing
deferment" (in their ownwvrds), We films and talking individually will get
consider this involuntary servitude an us anywhere either in Viet Nam or here in
unethical and unjust undertaking of the the US. We need an organization. I was
United States. answered by the statement, "Well we tried,
While the present system continues, but didn't seem to have much response."
we advocate consistency of draft policies As a suggestion, why don't you run an ar-
throughout the nation and the revamping ticle on DS and have a questionnaire in
of appeals procedures now in effect, the paper just to see how many students
We wish to enlighten the members of are interested in a democratic society.
Local Draft Board No. 35 as to their g/ee editorial and questionnaire page 10_7
uHligatin to tbhe irnividual. Maybe we can get something going, and help
(cont, on p. 6) the situation. I'll help if others will.
Mike Masarsky (cent. p. 4)






November 19, 1908 Pa



DRIKWER TO SHOW FTLM ON PARIS PEACE TALKS
By David Allen

'Vietnam Dialogue," a 45 minute documentary film on the Paris peace talks, will
be the featured event at Rap Session #1, Vietnam and the Draft. The flick will be
shown twice, once in Central Brevard and once in South Brevard-the brothers from
Melbourne, et. al. need no Longer feel that everything is centering around Cocoa.
The film was made by Vietnam expert
and former CBS correspondent David )
Schoenbrun for the National Clergy and (
Laymen Concerned about Vietnam., It
vividly underlines the futile American By Rev, Joseph Tisch
course in the Paris "peace" talks. Fed up with the George Wallacite
"Vietnam Dialogue" will be followed "Bible-belt" type of religion pushed
by a rap session on the war, centering from many of Brevard's pulpits, a group
around the peace talks, and a session on of high school students from. the Cocoa-
the draft and draft counseling. An addi- Titusville area have formed a discussion
tional feature will be a brief report group to rap about current religious and
from Grant McVicker and Jerry moral issues. The.local group is affil-
who attended the National SSOC (Southern iated with Liberal Religious Youth, a
Student Organizing Committee) conference national organization of Christian, hu-
in Nashville last weekend, manist and agnostic teenagers,
Vietnam and the Draft is the first in The discussion groinp, run by the stu-
a series of bull sessions which A DIFFER- dents themselves, meets every Sunday
ENT DRUMER will be sponsoring in the morning at .L00 in the soc- .al hall of
near future. We plan to cover the topics the Unitarian Failowship, 130 Range Rd.,
in our declaration of convictions (see Cocoa. The weekly program is divided
editorial), plus any others in which into "Creed, Code, and Cult." Topics
there is sufficient interest (if you've have included "My Search for Meaning,"
got something you want done, yell). "God," "Teen Morals," "Race Relations
We had always been planning to hold in the Schools," and "Jesus Christ."
a series of issue-oriented meetings, A special two-part program, featured
but somehow we got overwhelmed by the one week a speaker defending the moral-
job ofmaking this piece of paper appear, 'ity of the Vietnam W r, and the next week
and the bull sessions got left behind. Walter Henderson, Brevard's own consci-
The paper is pot everyone's bag--Some entious objector. Another 'unday the
people want to act, not write; others group conducted an "experimental liturgy."
just like to talk. Hence, Rap Session #1.' In October the members took a trip to.
We hope that everyone who is inter- Crlando to see the philosophical movie,
ested in the topics of these meetings "2001 A Space Odyssey."
will make it out--or at least give us High School students from the Melbourne
hell for picking a time when you can't South Brevard Area are starting a similar
make it (632-22142). Especially desirable group there. On Friday, December 13,
are malcontents who will not be satis- the Cocoa group will host a "Teen-Age
fied with just talking about issues, Coffee House" for LRYers from Melbourne,
but who want to do something, anything, Criando, and Daytona Beach as a step
about them. toward area-wide "Youth Power."
Session #1 on Vietnam and the Draft The local discussion, group has elec-
will be held in Cocoa at the TODAY Aud- ted John Godfrey, a student at Titusville
itorium, Sunday afternoon, Nov. 24 at High School as its chairman, and the
2 pm, It will be held again in South adult advisor is Rev. Joseph Tisch. All
Bre-vard at the home of Denny Wells, interested high school students, regard-
541k Melbourne Ave. in Melbourne, at less of race or religious background,
7:30 pm, MondayNov. 25, are invited to wander in any Sunday morn-
ing and share in the opportunity to tell
it like it is.






Page November 19, 1968



"EDITORIAL" HIPPED Edi tor,. ,
My congratulations goes to Paul Webb
Sirs: and the faithful Brevard Junior College
Concerning Bob Underwood, Managing Ed- police who are always on the alert, and
itor. who under the guise of iMIanaging Ed- there to help you when you're in need of
itbor,:.is managing to do God knows what to it the most. They are always there to
all you have accomplished, make sure that we do not ruin the lawn
By garbling an entire editorial with with our cars, and ir must not forget
technical miseprhropies he first faked their unbelievable eyesite9 which can
his lug and then proceeded to founder in pick up even the smal.leat crime, like
his own mud pit. His statements were un- your right rear tire over the yellow
convincing, overemotional, and seemingly line, and I will never know how they can
appealed to the frnatic" of pseudo-under- always see that you do not have that ,
ground activities. Besides, Roget's does large 1" x 3" decal on your car, My hat
not always have the last word, eh Bob? is off to you for your true dedication,
We KNCV we are free thinkers and radi- Now if they wo id watch out for the
cls. tWe dontt need Mr, Underwood to ex- people walking across the parking lot
plain the history of the Brevard Under- with an armful of tapes or a tape play-
ground in his Good-Housekeeping-Approved er that obviously does not belong to
jargon. We are the Brevard Underground, them we would have one of the best po-
and i don't think we feel the need to be lice forces around this area.
explained, especially to ourselves,, Let Chick
Another Source think up excuses, We'
EXIST. We always rere. And, to my know- Dear Friends:
ledge, we always will BE, I have just read Mrs. Walter Hender-
Do not play too heavily, i suggest, on son's letter Zconcerning alter's con-
the black sympathies or on the white con- viction for refusing induction.--Ed./o
science. It is all in the Text to be read, It is a most moving epistle. I think
Not to be digested wholly, not to be used I can understand what she is going through
as Something Thick and Heavy to Sit Upon in the way of anxiety and concern. I am
in Order to Elevate the Body, not to be a life-long pacifist. 1-y oldest smnhas .
held up as a shield in street and play- 00 status and my youngest son is seek- .
ground Garbage-Throwing fights. Go to a ing it. I hope that the enclosed check
shelf, climb in with the books, and then will, help Mr. henderson in his efforts
tell us where black ends and white begins,, to aGquire CO status.
And about the use of drugs as "an im- Albert F. Harkins
portent step towards..athe development of, Minister,
new and more meaningful ideas," Ha0 We Unitarian Society of
all know that nobody but us Boogiemen be- Daytona Beach
lives in the powers of drugs, and who,
in our free thinking, technologically or- Dear Different Drummer:
iented, socio-sexual society (to use Mro Thiough ~an 7hipman, the former cafe-
Underwood's phraseology), believes in the teria cashier at your college, I was
300IEMAN? able to read your publications and I
A Different Drummer was marching off in wanted you to know I laud your efforts.
the right direction. Stay down enough to Give credit where credit is due. Your
keep your Head, Think about it, Bob and material is fresh, and more important,
Etc, Keep your cool and set up vibs with "down to earth." I wish more people
your mind, not your thesaurus, would wake up and see the lights they
would be a helluva lot better off. I
Respectfully wish continued success to you all. I
68-4277 might add, your cover designer is remar-
alias: the boogieman kable. Well done'
.John Marks
en--Edv 7Tucson, Arizona







LETTERS (continued)
Dear Editor:
Your Wilson/Iercer interview was the
best coverage of that election issue
presented to the Brevard public. Ex..
cellent. (Can you do more of that type
of reporting?)
The tragedy was that it .didn't reach
more people before the fateful elec-
tion.
One-Who-Knows
CORRESPONDFJNCE FROM
GAINESVILLE MAKE
Dear People: ALICE'S RESTAURANT **
In Tallahassee on the weekend of No- YOUR
vember 8-10 movement groups from all over HIP GIFT HEADQUARTERS THIS IMAS--
Florida met and discussed problems we are
all having on our campuses and in our WITH *GROOVY* THINGS TO BRIGHTEN
c.ommurnitiea. One of the things to c-ome
out of the conference was the formation ANY ROON ANID iJAKE ANY LIFE
of the Florida ..-ordinating Committeea,
The purpose of this committee is to .ORTH LIVNG....MAYBE EVEN YOURS
coordinate some of our projects such as
films, speakers, and the like; to put out
a Florida speakers list: to send to each incense
member a bi-weekly or monthly newsletter the best of the underground albums
of statewide activities so that we will hip clothes
know whatthe others are doing and per- post*er68

Some other ideas were to get together ;a.estia lights
a traveling art tour to go to each cam- bead.
pus sometime in the spring; to hold beadles (so you think you've
another statewide conference in Gaines- smoked everything?)
ville in January; and perhaps a statewide papers and pipers
campus strike against political and ad- *
Ministiative control of universities. *
Another thing we thought of was to get and other assorted goodies
together some new movement songs and chants guaranteed to blow your mind
so we can sing something at our demonstra-
tions besides "We Shall Overcome. ."
Here in Gainesville we just had one of Yo)
our members arrested for burning the rmer .
ican flag, Carol 'thomas is still in 'jail,7 ..
and another member awaits trial for
putting up posters on campus buildings,'
In ampa on Novemoer 1h they wiil
have a draft card turn-in alohg with
other groups doing the same thing
throughout the entire nation
Another thing: our group set up a Flo-
rida Defense i'nd last year to bail out f
our people who get put in jail, We
need money for our flag burner and Ca-
rol Thomas right away so any contribi-
tions will be appreciated,- Please let me
know you- ideas on using tnis fund., / .
Peace l C E RIAKE R RU
Nancy Lesi a






Page 6 November 19, 1968

DIFFERENT DRMMERS (cont. from p. 2) Students are babysitted, indoctrinated .
and told how to dress. Relationships of
We shall provide confidential draft affection are discouraged.
counseling to those in need of it. Students demand a voice in the making
3. ACADEMIC FRE:DOM IN COLLEGE of school policies and programs and the
We strongly feel that college students planning of curriculum.
and faculty members must be represented 5. RELATIONS WTH THE BLACK COMMUNITY
in the decision-making prccesses of the We support the growing movement amongst
college if true democratic principles Black people, especially Black students
are to be perpetuated through the col- at Brevard Junior College and in the lo-
lege. The voice of students and faculty cal high schools, to gain control over
must be heeded in decisions concerning their own political, cultural, and econo-
the courses offered, the use of student mic lives. All efforts toward this goal
funds, and most certainly academic free- must be completely under the leadership
dom for students and faculty on and off of Black people. The role of whites is
campus. The administrative bodies must to explain this movement to the white
return to their role as administrators, community.and to provide all possible
rather than as controllers. We want a support and assistance when called upon
free, unbiased, learning environment, by the Black community. This policy
Students and faculty are tired of admin- shall be made known to the Black community.
istrators overstepping their bounds, and 6, EUPHORIC DRUGS
in truth, acting as inflexible manipula- We advocate a more rational, scienti-
tors. It is our education, and it must fic, and unprejudiced approach toward the
be free and unprejudiced if it is to be control and punis.iment for usage of all
meaningful. College is for students, not euphoric drugs. The theory of the Bre-
administrators and: not for the perpetua- yard Sheriff's Department that marijuana
tion of the status quo. leads to hen-oin is scientifically unfounded
h4 ACADEMIC FREEDOM IN HIGH SCHOOLS Any change in the laws is going to
High school students of Brevard County have to c o.ae through education of the
are the tragic inmates of a dictatorial general pub.ic. The undistorted facts
school system. These paternalistic in- will spear for themselves.
stitutions behold a common gcal which is 7w POLICE AND JUDICIARY FOWER
not to produce educated adult individuals We are opposed to arbitrary use of
for a democratic society, but to develop police and judiciary power to deprive
trained cooperative products to perpetu- individuals of their civil liberties.
,ate the status quo.

WHEREAS, various forms of public
AFT TAKES STAND ON expression, including demonstrations
STUDENT RIGHTS AND DUE PROCESS and picketing, are legitimate methods
of democratic action whereby students
The following statement was adopted affect the conditions under which they
at the National Convention of the Amer- work and study, therefore be it
ican Federation of Teachers, and is now PESOLVED, that the AFT support the
their official policy on student exercise by.college and university stu-
rights,--Edj7 dents of their rights under the Consti-
WHEREAS, today's college and univer- tution to free speech, free press, and
sity students have responded to problems free assembly, and farther be-:i
affecting their lives with increasing RESOLVED, that the AFT oppose any
militancy and direct action, and disciplinary action, including suspen-
WHEREAS, college and university stu- sion or expulsion, taken against any
dents have by their actions expressed college and university students for the
dissatisfaction at being excluded from exercise of such rights, and further
policy-making procedures of the college be it
and university, and RESOLVED, that AFT locals have an
WHEREAS, college and university ad- obligation to extend support and aid to
ministrations have been slow to make students in their efforts to improve
way for student pnli.cy-making partici- schools and to participate in the policy
pation, and making procedures of the college and
university,






November 19, 1968 Page 7



By Mark Knox

dark is a sixth grader at Hans Chris-
tian Anderson Elementcry School. He was
assigned this pcper by I'r. Posard, his
teacher, as a disciplinary measure for
his lack of "good conduct." The teacher
never read it4--Edj7
(2)
Do you have good conduct? 1Well I Always behave in PE. classes and
don't so I'm going to tell you how to be learn sports like football, basketball,
a very good person during your classes, soccer, baseball, hockey, and relay races.
First of all you have to try very hard Always have polite manners, say thank
to be nice, not to talk, or play soccer, you, please, your welcome, and that's
b -ketba'll, football, paper games. Also nice
don't talk out of turn, cuss or spit, When you are eating lunch have manners
smoke, and always raise your hand when too. Don't eat with your mouth open,
you want to talk. Don't tver associate don't spit out your food and always eat
with girls or drink. Never blow your your spinach.
mind on L,S.D., wow When you do punishment papers don't
Don't draw, scribble or doodle during sit theru and write words all over your
classes, paper like on idiot such as Pat Paulson,
And also you respect your elders such graveyard, swim, eat, bath, hot dog, cat,
as your teacher, parent, astraunut, baby, so, what, never, lamp,: air, chair,
jeanie, fireman, polio ceman, editor, Super-! grass, fence, beer, bottle, foot, bed,
men, skunks, your brothers, and your no, yes'
fathers' belt. It is also very bad to draw on good pa-
And always to do your homework in sub- pers, so don't ever draw things like
jects like English, Social Studiers, Math, surfer crosses, swastikas, graves, people,
Reading, Spelling, P.Eo and music classes children, salt, chairs, water and other
Never misbehave in music classes and dumb things,
always learn songs like "Jingle Bells," Also always write to the very bottom
"Mary Had a Little Lamb," and "I Want to of your paper when yOU are told to
Hold Your Hand."
(3) .4)
When you go home to study always.study. When you are at home be a good citizen
in a clean place, go to the library if yau and be at your best conduct there too,
have to, but when you have to studyat be social friendly and kind.
home don't watch shows like Sunshine. Alma- Never hit your brother. Always help
nac, Merv Griffin, Hazel, Dark Shadows, your friends, tow your little sister in a
Lucille Ball, News, Concentration, Bev- wagon, never burn your draft card,.don't
early Hillbillys, Dick Cavvet, Weather, be a hippy, don't smoke pot, give at the
Personality, Andy Griffith, Hollywood office, answer to you Avon lady, don't
Squares, Dick Van Dyke, World Series, luse sharp switch blades.
Football, Eye Guess, Girl Talk, Jeapardy, Don't murder, steal, lie, assault or
Love of live, Bewitched, Search for To- Ibattery without a permit to do t his.
morrow, Lost in Space, Specials, Flint- To be a good citizen have your best
stones, Gilligans Island, Truth or Con- conduct and be nice, you have to read
squense, Star Trek, Edge of Night, Match good books, don't r Game, Zane Grey, ozo the Clown, Perry "Playboy," read good, clean books like
Mason, Julia, Sports, I dream of Jeanie, "Dr. Spock's Baby Book," also read good
Gunamoke, Laugh-in, Peyton Place, May- magazines like Look, Life, and "Love."
berry R.F.D., Outcast, Family Affair, Don't read any Superman comics.
Carrol Burnett,"'Big Vally, Joey Bishop, This is what your best, best conduct
-Johnny Carson, My Three Sons, Guns of is even though I'll probably get an A+
Will Sonnett, Judd, Documents, Name of on this paper.
The Game, and all that other rot while
you are doing homework.






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"There is no freedom of press on this speaking not enough, so Mr. Stevens dust-
campus," Sargeaht..-oops--Principal Stevens ed off several volumes of rules and reg-
stated straight-facedly. He might as wejli ulations pertaining to the "public"
have gone on to say no freedom of speech, school system. The Gospel according to
no freedom of assembly, no freedom.... Anna Rose Kygan, et. al.
High school students more and more are He thoughtfully explained to us that
getting fed up with the crap they have to if. we wanted to distribute "legally," we
take in schools. They are eager for a would have to get permission from the
chance to do something about it, so when School Board.
four of us showed up on the Cocoa High Drummer: "Does the school board have
School campus, selling A Different Drummer Vsoe criteria by which they make a deci-
last month, there was an immediate response. sion?"
Many had heard about the paper, others were Gen. Stevens: 'Well, they'd probably
eager to see anything which locked a little ask me for a recommendation."
different than the official school pablum. Drummer: "Oh, in that case, how would
But high school administrations can't ycu recommend?"
take that. They can't take high school "Well, I'd have to read it first."
students doing anything meaningful. That's "In other words, if you didn't like
not why people are supposed to go 'to high something we printed, you would not
school. As a matter of fact, it's just the recommend?"
opposite. Stavens: "That's right."
"Education" is a means of "socializing" Drarrmer; "For instance, if you didn't
young people so they can "adjust" to the like some of our political ideas?"
system, instead of a sensitive institution "Well, no, I guesse.. You know, you
responding to the' needs and desires of the people have freedom of the press all
students, fouled upp" and to emphasize the point,
Distributing A Different Drummer on a benign and somewhat confused fockledge
campus is only as7i'L1 t-hing. But it's too cop .suddenly appears, assuring Mr.
much of a challenge. So after we had been Stevens that,"If these boys come around
there 15 minutes, a teacher, Mrl. Minot, again we may have to put them in jail
literally grabbed one of us by the collar and cut their hair."
and dragged us into the principal's office, C6coa High. October 1968. No freedom
She steadfastly insisted that she didn't 'of the press, enforced by the Rockledge
really care if we did it or hot; she just Police.
had to enforce the rules and regulations.
But while she was saying that, she was also UrTIGHT !'ITH TH7 DRAFT?
looking exceedingly distraught, as if our
attack on the rules and regs was also an G C. HER'HCY OUT TO G IT YOU?
attack on her." (Anyhow, what kind of per-
son mechanically enforces the rules and reg Ca11l us anytime for
just because they are there, even if she DRAFT QOUI LLING
doesn't care???)
This being a major offence, it neces- 6523-2242
stated calling in the principal, Major SE
J. P. Stevens. 11 j
"You know you're breaking the law," he ., '
greeted us. We told him we assumed the i
constitutional guarantees of freedom of
press extended to the public schools.o A
"There's no freedom of press on this 4 S' '

"011, I suppose there's-no answer to .-.. -
that. His lore,5b.p has spoken,. But 7- : '''... ,' '- *






























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t5-minute dccumenh'tary on Paris Peace Conf.
and the futility of the American position
Two Meetings:
CENTRAL BREVARD: Sunday, Nov. 24
2 PM, TODAY Auditorium, Cocoa
SOUTH BREVAR \j MoInday, Nov. 25
7:30 PM. 54h1 Melbourne Ave, Melbourne





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Thank You.

1. THE DRAFT 5. LEIGH WILSON
a. I (my boyfriend) need draft a. He needs a haircut
counseling b. He needs to be "tanked."
b. I would like to learn to be a
draft counselor 6. STUDENTS GRADING TEACHERS
c. I would like to participate in a. I think students should grade
other anti-draft activity teachers so other students will
know which teachers to try to
2. BLACK POWER avoid;
a. How does Black Power effect me b. I think students should grade
dat s a white person? teachers so they can have some
d I would like to join the say in their education.
Black Power movement c. I would like to work on a survey
aoaTd VIETNAM in hic.h students grade their
a. I wish to learn more professors.
about Visetnasse his-
tory arid the-pea.e-: "aks 7. STUDENTS _IGHTS
b. I am opposed to the war and I a. I like the idea of the BJC rap
want to do something to stop it. sessions giving students a chance
c. I want to kill a commie for Christ to talk.,
Sb. The rp sessions are good, but
SDS/SSOC not enough. Students need to get
a. They are communist organizations together by themselves about
and all members should be in jail student hassles.
b. I would like to see an SDS/SSOC
chapter formed in Brevard County '8. A DIFFERED DRUMMER
c. I want to learn more about what ,a. It.is a Qood for nothing communist
SDS and SSCC are all about newspaper.
b. I like to read it
It is not necessary that you state your.... 6. I would like to write for Drummer
name and address. However, it would help d. I want to help work on the paper
u* in our handling of your interests. '
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