Summer of 1972
Capt. William Bunting & Son Restaurant featured a new dockside patio for the first time the summer of ‘72.
Benito Riva was a musician featured nightly at Mario’s, an Italian – American restaurant.
Ice Internationale presents Stars on Ice and was raved to be an ‘all-star spectacular!’
The Paul Reveres Restaurant located in the Plim Plaza Hotel offered the smorgasbord all you can eat for only $4.95.
Every Labor Day a mass exodus took place at Ocean City as vacationers poured out of the city. After the Labor Day holiday, parking meters were removed and city officials would turn off all but three of the town’s traffic lights.
Due to the quaint size of Ocean City, there were no municipally operated fire companies and the responsibility for fighting fires was left up to the citizens themselves.
The Ocean Gallery of 1st Street had a major deal with 50% off of any desired purchase.
Dancing at the nightclub was said to be a tradition that could be found at the Wishing Well of 17th Street. The music was supplied by a well-known local band referred to as the “Buddy Norman Trio.”