Summer of 1970
(BULLET)With the off season in mind, Captain Jack Bunting of the Angler was advertising cod fishing in the winter.
(BULLET)Ocean Associates Inc. was announcing the beginning of construction for the new Calypso Condominiums on 62nd Street, featuring three elevators, a swimming pool, balconies and fireproof construction.
(BULLET)This week’s Resorter Girl was Jo Anne McClary.
(BULLET)Among those featured in Shirley Ferrante’s Salt Spray column were Harold and Esther Rayne at the White Marlin Restaurant; Dorothy Rolfe and Anita Engle at the Baron of Beef; Ridge Harmon of the Seascape Motel; Shirley Kardias of the Francis Scott Key; Barbara Paul and Frank Hanna of the Crab Claw Restaurant; Dick Leiner of the Embers; and Lenore Dennis of the Surf and Sands Coffee Shop.
(BULLET)Among those photographed by Dick Lohmeyer in his After Dark column were Pete Metcalf and Lenny Boyer, the Paddock; Frank Maiorana and Louise Wood, Living Room Lounge; Morgan Blakeslee, Sand Bar Lounge; Arlene Dose, Fred Advocat, Ann Gouldiana and Gene Parker, the Paddock; Pete Johannes, Embassy Lounge; Richie McCaleb and Dick Earle, the Hurricane; and Bobby Baker Jr. and Bob Warner, Sinkalagas Night Club.
Summer of 1971 Volume XVII Issue 7 ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS (BULLET)This week’s “Resorter Girl” was Althea Rutherford, who was also featured in a full-page advertisement from Hess Apparel, which had a store on 9th Street and the Boardwalk at this time. (BULLET)Jolly Roger, which called itself “The Family Playground” at this time, was where the Arnold Palmer Putting Green and Arnold … Continue reading
Summer of 1978 Volume XXIV Edition 8 Issue Highlights (BULLET)This issue’s “Resorter Girl” was April Dalrymple. (BULLET)Located in the 45th Street Village, Jill Higgings Tennis Unlimited was holding its 1st Annual End of Season Closing Sale this month. (BULLET)Sound Waves in the Gold Coast Mall was offering LP’s, 8-Tracks and cassettes. (BULLET)With locations in Ocean City on 15th and 137th … Continue reading
Summer of 1967 Volume XIII Edition 4 Issue Highlights (BULLET)This week’s “Resorter Girl” was Margaret Norman, who was also featured in Hess Apparel’s ad marketing its 9th Street store. (BULLET)Frontier Town, at this time, was featuring a dinner theatre featuring New York cast members called The Drunkard. (BULLET)In “Typewriter Editorials,” Editor Dick Lohmeyer wrote, “It’s called Philadelphia Avenue now and … Continue reading
Summer of 1977 Volume XXIII Edition 6 Issue Highlights (BULLET)This week’s “Resorter Girl” was Baltimore resident Dottie Caldwell, who was 21 years old when pictured. (BULLET)Herb Reed of the Original Platters was stopping in Ocean City at the Hurricane for two shows over the weekend. (BULLET)All that was required for two-bedroom, two-bath condominiums at The Quay was 5% down for … Continue reading
Summer of 1975 Volume XXI Edition 4 Issue Highlights • Captain Bill Bunting’s Restaurant and Marina on Talbot Street and the bay opened at 5 a.m. every day. • Sixteen varieties of pancakes was offered till 2 p.m. at the Stokes’ Steak & Sea “behind the pumps” on 67th Street. • Owners/Managers Bill and Jean Fleming invited guests to the … Continue reading
Summer of 1965 Volume XI Edition 2 Issue Highlights Bobby Baker’s Carousel was called itself the “most luxurious year around resort motel on the coast.”
(BULLET)Welsh Pharmacy on 28th Street was happy to announce it was now an “authorized Kodak dealer.” In his customary blunt ways, Editor Dick Lohmeyer’s After Dark began, “So summer has arrived. The cobwebs of winter have … Continue reading
Summer of 1969 Volume XVII Edition 2 Issue Highlights •Hastings Real Estate Inc. listed an one-bedroom oceanfront condominium for sale for $19,950, including “wall to wall carpet” and “paneled walls.” •A free coupon for the Sky Monorail was included in the bayfront Playland Amusement Park’s ad on 65th Street. •In his After Dark column, which spotlighted the local nightlife scene … Continue reading