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    • Operation Golden Eagle

    • Family recreation--United States ;Recreation areas--United States ;Van Pelt, Lucy (Fictitious character) ;Dennis the Menace (Fictitious character) ;Bailey, Beetle (Fictitious character) ;Little Orphan Annie (Fictitious character) ;Canyon, Steve...
    • A pamphlet promoting the Operation Golden Eagle and Golden Passport programs for admission to federal recreation areas. Includes illustrations of popular cartoon characters.
    • Eat right to work and win

    • World War, 1939-1945 ;Nutrition ;Gordon, Flash (Fictitious character) ;Popeye (Fictitious character) ;Phantom (Fictitious character)
    • Contributed by Swift & Company to America's all-out war effort through the National Nutrition Program. The booklet contains strips donated from various King Features Syndicate artists and features Blondie, Henry, Flash Gordon, Toots and Casper,...
    • Supergirl

    • Automobiles--Seat belts ;Supergirl (Fictitious character) ;Superheroes
    • Supergirl helps two children learn about seat belt safety. Includes preface by Elizabeth Hanford Dole, Secretary of the United States Department of Transportation.
    • Supergirl

    • Automobiles--Seat belts ;Traffic safety ;Supergirl (Fictitious character) ;Superheroes
    • After an accident, Supergirl helps a driver and his sister who learn about seat belt and automobile safety. Includes a message from Elizabeth Hanford Dole, Secretary of the United States Department of Transportation.
    • New Teen Titans: problem child

    • President's Drug Awareness Campaign (U.S.) ;National Federation of Parents for Drug-Free Youth (U.S.) ;Drug abuse ;Teen Titans (Fictitious characters) ;Superheroes
    • Presented by the IBM Corporation in cooperation with the National Federation of Parents for Drug-Free Youth and the President's Drug Awareness Campaign. Includes letter from Nancy Reagan.
    • Battle of the energy drainers

    • Energy conservation ;America,Captain (Fictitious character) ;Superheroes ;Campbell Kids (Advertising characters)
    • See also government document E1.33/3:0054, Energy backgrounder for the Captain America comic book. Campbell Soup Company, Marvel Comics, and the U.S. Department of Energy produced this story of Captain America and the Campbell Kids. Includes...
    • New Teen Titans

    • President's Drug Awareness Campaign (U.S.) ;Drug abuse Teen Titans (Fictitious characters) ;Superheroes
    • Presented by the Keebler Company. Includes letter from Nancy Reagan. Proceeds from this issue were donated to fight drug abuse.
    • Youth you supervise

    • Youth--Employment ;Supervision of employees ;Li'l Abner (Fictitious character)
    • Bulletin 174. Six small illustrations contributed by Al Capp accompany this booklet produced by the Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Standards. The booklet is designed for supervisors of young workers.
    • Story of a fish in trouble

    • Striped bass--Effect of water pollution on--United States ;Fishes ;Trail, Mark (Fictitious character)
    • Reprinted with special permission of North American Syndicate, Inc. (NAS, Inc.).
    • Andy goes to the parks

    • Safety education ;Outdoor recreation ;National parks and reserves ;Capp, Andy (Fictitious character)
    • Comic book issued by the National Park Service to make visitors aware of safety concerns when visiting the parks. Includes introductory letter by Gary Everhardt, Park Service director. Based on comic strip of Andy Capp created by Reggie Smythe.

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