Los Angeles Herald-Examiner


The Los Angeles Herald Examiner was a major Los Angeles daily newspaper. The afternoon Herald-Express and the morning Examiner, both of which had been publishing in the city since the turn of the 20th century, merged in 1962. For a few years after this merger, the Herald Examiner claimed the largest afternoon-newspaper circulation in the country. It published its last edition on November 2, 1989. (wikipedia)

1966 July 24


Mothers Invent Sounds Worse Than Music
By Bob Levinson, p F5

They call themselves the Mothers of Invention. Consensus, a form of Group Confucius, has it that this alone will set Necessity back a few years.

The Mothers advocate a form of music currently alien to all except members of the United Mutations of Los Angeles, whose congregation is a delicatessen on Fairfax Avenue. (read more)

This article was used in a famous 4-page paid advertisement in Los Angeles Free Press.

Source: Andre Mount