"Dr. Tim, Detective," a radio series to present health education by means of mystery-dramas to interest Rockford's school age boys and girls, will be presented weekly on Mondays at 6:15 p.m. over radio station WROK beginning Labor day.
Dr. R.J. Mroz, president of the Winnebago County Medical society, announced the 13-week dramatized series, especially produced for young listeners, is being presented through the public relations committee of the medical society. It is offered through the co-operation of the Rockford radio council, sponsored by the Central Illinois Electric and Gas company and station WROK.
Each episode will be a mystery-drama dealing with a disease or health subject. It will be presented through the scientific detection of "Doctor Tim, Detective" and his young friends, "Sandy" and "Jill."
Some of the subjects to be included are safe water supply, rabies, blood fractions, rheumatic fever, the home medicine chest and contaminated foods. (Source: From the Rockford Morning Star (September 3rd, 1950) / Digital Deli)