Summer of 1972
Edition No. 4
The Resorter cover girl this week was Beth Lauden of Parkersburg, W.Va.
Caliban Corporation announced the selling of High Point North on 112th Street and the beach with one- and two-bedroom units starting at $40,000.
BP was running a coupon for two free gallons of gas with each 10-gallon fill-up.
Pictured in the “Many Faces of Ocean City” photo were Mrs. Cecil Bunting at the Talbot E. Bunting Docks; Steve and Olivia Phillips at Phillips Crab House; Pattie Benjamin at Pattie’s Gifts; Jean Morris at Garland Lane Shoppe; Mary Riva and Larry Fussell at Baker Realty; Tuffy Bunting at Capt. William Bunting & Son; Ed Smith at Batson Richardson Real Estate; Buddy Damaiano at J&M Cafeteria; and Pam Steffens and Myrna McGrath at Finery Ltd.
Beer specials at the Montego Bay Market included a case of Munich Beer for $3.99 and a case of Colt 45 for $4.50.
The opening of the John Donaway Furniture store in north Ocean City was announced with an ad reading, “At last Ocean City has a fine furniture store, 130th Street.”
Luxurious one-bedoom condominiums starting at $19,750 were offered at the Orleans Court on 140th Street.