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Delaware Park Resumes Saturday Radio Progran Describe Running of Stake Eyei InterviewTurfmeGuestSpeake DELAWARE PARK, Stanton, Del., Ji 2.— The series of Saturday public sen broadcasts, which proved an interest feature of the 1951 meeting, were resun Saturday with J. H. Tyler McConn chairman of the State Highway Comn sion, and Col. J. James Ashton, represe ing the Delaware Safety Council, the gu speakers on the half-hour program. Five Delaware radio stations — Wilmu tons WDEL, WILM and WAMS; Dov WDOV and Georgetowns WJWL— air Saturday broadcasts in a five-way hool on a non-commercial basis. Bryan Fit vice-president and general manager Delaware Park, describes the running the days stake event, after which the w ning owner, trainer and jockey are int viewed in the winners circle by Bob Kell Wilmington sports writer and radio co mentator. The program ends with bi comments by the guest speakers, int viewed by Field regarding the work done their worthy organizations. Guests 1 year spoke on behalf of the American I Cross, Civil Defense, TJ. S. Savings Bon etc. The organizations which Mr. McConi and Col. Ashton represented, along -w officials of state and city police and De ware Parkj have participated for mon in studies, surveys and conferences signed to aid motorists to and from Stanton track to be guided over the t routes, during construction work on c tain main arteries. In order to see t these drivers have smooth sailing o other already improved routes and w their convenience, safety and comfort mind, adequate police and directional sii have been posted at all strategic points i traffic has been diverted away from m highways wherever possible. Thus, the si ject of todays good will broadcast particularly timely and interesting.