September 26 - October 2, 1975 issue of Berkeley Barb, edited by David Armstrong. Contents include: "Sally Moore's 'Radical' Trip," by Barb's S.F. News Interval; "'Chile Too, Will Triumph,'" by Gar Smith; "Dear Barb;" Patty, Sally and the Media Army," by Ric Reynolds, written a week after Patty Hearst's capture/rescue; "Berkeley Beat," by Avis Worthington; "Out of the Closet, Into the Bank," by Paul krassner; "How Real Is It? Patty's 'Brainwash' Rap,'" by David Johnston; "Straight Press Tries to Isolate SLA Supporters," by Kathie Stream; "Whole Earth's Stewart Brand Tools Off Into Space," by Dick Rosenblatt; "Tom Hayden: All-American Radical," by Andrew Ross; "Looking at the World with 'The Big Mind,'" by Laughingbird; "Turning Sex Into Dubious Dance," by Barbara L. Baer; "Vassar Clements' Country Jazz (?)," by Loren Means; "Miles, Bill Evans and the Techno-Rock Kid," by Michael Snyder; "Trane Betrayed by Jargon and Trivia," by F.D.; "Brian Aldiss - Through a Timeslip Darkly," by Ray Ramsay; "Opera? Why Not? Listen...," by James Roy MacBean; "Barb Classified," and more. Contains many pages of advertisements for San Francisco massage parlors.