Daytona Beach, Via.
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ST. PAUL'S OATHiOLIO CHURCH
R7ADI)O 8TAXION WMJ'J
Halifax Distriot Hospital
Halifax Distriot Hospital, opened Jan. 2,
1928, lies 3 miles west of Ridgewood Ave., on Volusia Ave.,
in the Daytona Hiiglands residential motion. The 3-'
story building is of hollow tile and ituooo, entirely fire-
proof, includes 10*laore grounds, awd serves an area 15
miles long and 7 miles Wide Laboratory, X-ray depart-
ment, wards and private rooms are in charge of a medical
staff of 36 surgeons and physicians; 19 nurses and 30
general employees, comprising thestaff.
s8t. PaulB a Catholio Ohuroh
On the corner of Ridgewood Ave. and Cypress
St., 8t. Paul's Catholio Churdh is the highest skymark in
the city. A cupola dome topped by a globe and cross may
be seen many miles '
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Ereoted in 1927, of steel and concrete, the
church is of Italian Renaissance architecture, while the
floor plaUU is a smaller zepl-oa of St. Patrick's Cathedral
in New York City, and seats 1,500 perons. The exterior is
of tan stuooo with 2 massive main door reproducing the
Basilica in Valencia, Spain. Within the huge doors,
opened on special occasions, are two smaller doors for
use when the big doors are closed. A niche over the doors
holds a statue of the patron saint of the parish: St.
Paul, with a sword and script in his hands.
The white stucco interior of the church is
constantly receiving additional religious pictures,
statues and other ornaments. Among them is a copied oil
painting of "our Lady of Perpetual Help", -iven by the
Provinoial General of the liedeaptorist Order, in 1928.
The original painting is in Rome.
St. Paul's Church also possesses the only
relic of St. Teresa in the state, as well as the only
Sinoe March 1935, Daytona Beach has had a
local radio broadcasting station, operating as WtrFJ on
1420 kilocycles, with 100 watt power, from 126* Magnolia
Daytona Beaoh, iFa.
Ave., between Beach St. and Palaetto Ave.
A member of the "All Florida Network", I.C.A.
equipped, and covering a radius of approximately 75 miles,
the WMFJ studio- is 6pen daily to visitors, free of charge,
., W. Easch oans and operates the station, which has been
heard during early Lorning test profgrau by Australian
HTolly Hill Curb Market
Iorth on Beach St. to Holly Hill via the
Dixie Highway (U. S. ,1 Fla. 44) is the Holly Hill Curb
Market, at the south oorier of BIaoh 8t. and Second St.
Throughout the year, on Tues, 'ihura and
Sat.. mornings from 8 o'clock until noon, the 25 rustic
stalls are occupied by farmer salesfolk offering what-
ever products or handicraft they may choose to bring.
The curb market is a cooperative organizatiQn, the only
one in the section, and attracts visitors as well as
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By Itubye K.
Edited by D.
Maroh 26, 1936
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