The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 10, 1968 · Page 134
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 134

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18 Pa!in Bvarh Post-Times. Sunday. Nov. III. IX mmmmm . . B. M - i '11 UN : l4 .1 ii , - . 'I - - i fen I 1 (i ma ' M.in I IhhoIh 1 rul.iM'rtn.t(tni FUN FOR ALL Whether your seaside interest accommodate. The Lake Worth pier is a popular is for swimming, sunbathing or fishing, Lake spot for fishermen. Worth's hroad expanse of beach is designed to Lake Worth Plans For Future dormitory community for the majority of its 7,71V) working people. Many job-supplying films which are now located outside the city may be encouraged to locate here as the development plans progress derway lo get rid of eyesores such as abandoned lots, to modernize living quarters, to hide utility lines. More emphasis is being placed on facilities for all age groups to encourage an even balance to the community. To date the city acts as a More beachfront property Is being sought, a multi-million dollar marina and tourist catchment area is being developed on the Intracoastal Waterway, and more recreational facilities are being prepared. A clean-up program Is un SILENT SENTRY While most pressures for a while, Lake Worth people go to the beach to beat the Beach Lifeguard David Graves heat and forget about life's little goes with an important purpose. Celebrating Zeniths Golden Anniversary! By JACK OWEN Lake Worth is a "Jewel" placed in a sotting of natural beauty. Lush palms and other sub-tropical plants abound throughout the second largest city In Palm Beach County, with a population of approximately 26,000. The original settlement consisted of a shanty-cum-pos! office located alongside the lake. Settlers gave it the unofficial name of Jewel until the U.S. Postal authorities called for a name change to Lucerne. The name was later changed to the present Lake Worth. Senior citizens abound here, but there is a trend beginning toward younger families. The oldsters are a swinging bunch though, and are prepared' to match, and sometimes surpass, efforts of energetic younger families in activities and dress style. Take a walk downtown sometime and wear dark glasses, not against the glare of the sun but as a shield aKulnst the bright colors abounding. You'll see purple pants, orange shirts, green shoes, topped with straw hats bound with a paisley bandana. Or how about burgundy bermu-das, lime net shirt, calf-length white socks, and olive hush-puppies? A wide range of activities can be found here. Life is not all Khufflebnurd and go!!, although 'here are olenis of opporriiiies with municipal '.'ourls ami courses. An active arts and crafts league keeps fingers and minds nimble and thespians have I heir chance for the limelight. Sporty types can work off energy at the Casino pool, on the sandy beach, tennis courts or cycling through the jarks. Green thumbs consolidate experience in beautlfication program of the city. The years of experience, and diversity of backgrounds, are put to use in shaping the city's future when senior citizens make themselves available In advisory capacities. The city is due to get a face change, without losing its character, in the near future. It was first developed in the days of horse and buggy, and will need a drastic reshuffle to up-date it to cope with automobiles and Lake Worth's increasing attraction to visitors. Along with easier accessibility, both within the community and to other Palm Beach County areas, the plans are designed to look after the city's needs as the center of a population of 1.25 million by IRS.). Currently the city has an estimated populailon' of 26,000. The city Is busying Itself to take a prominent position as the second largest city in Palm Beach County. 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