The Resorter…Revisited – May 27, 2016

The Resorter…Revisited – May 27, 2016
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Summer of 1970

Volume 16

Edition 2

Issue Highlights

Adams Super Market was said to be known for the finest in meats, produce and bakeries.

The Dinner Bell Inn, cocktail lounge and restaurant, was a new hit the summer of ’70. There were tropical gardens, a unique gift shop, entertainment nightly and cocktails, of course.

Captain Mac Simpson was nominated to serve as president of the Marlin Club.

The Ornithological Society was alarmed over a decrease in the Ocean City bird population caused by “something wrong ecologically.”

Cape Windsor had lagoon side, three bedroom homes that included a pool membership and private dockage for a low price.

According to the Maryland Department of Water Resources there was a problem with pollution increasing in the bay areas.

Davis & Lynch Fish Company served fresh fish daily in their newly modern tiled and refrigerated market.

The Majestic Hotel was a hit the summer of ’70, being one of the only hotels with a coffee shop and heated swimming pool.