|Issue 3 - March 1972|
|The Texas Memorial
Museum on the University of Texas campus has started to collect car bumper
Museum director Willena Adams told a reporter: "We feel bumper stickers are a vital part of 20th century man's legacy.
"There has been as much creativity shown in making bumper stickers as in some best-selling novels."
Favourites on the California freeways at present include:
Hire the Morally Handicapped
Keep American Clean - eat a pigeon
Dirty Old Men Need Love Too
Honk if you Love Jesus
Apple Pie Makes you Sterile
POWs Never Have a Nice Day
What Sort of Day You Have is No Business of Mine
During the 1964 election campaigns, the Aldine printing company in Los Angeles turned out 25 million stickers with hard political messages.