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Ogilvy & Mather, which buys media time and space for the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, has started doing some creative work on the anti-drug campaign.

The Partnership for a Drug-Free America has supplied ads for the White House effort, but the New York agency recently created ads aimed at getting parents to talk to their kids about drugs.

The O&M advertising is due to get heavy airing this fall. A spokesman for the drug office said those ads are among 70 new ones due to be unveiled by President Clinton next month.

They were produced for the Partnership and went through Partnership review; O&M

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