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[[advertisement]] WHEN YOU MEET AT A LOEW'S CONVENTION HOTEL, PLEASE TURN OFF THE TV BEFORE YOU WATCH THE LATE SHOW. We think when you meet at a hotel, you shouldn't have to stay in your room for entertainment. Or go across town in a taxi. Or even across the street in the rain. That's why we make sure what's going on at a Loew's Hotel is something you want to go to. Like Ella or Edie at the Royal Box in the Americana of New York. Or the flashiest revue in the Caribbean at the Americana of San Juan. Or the Frenchiest spectacle this side of Paris at the Americana of Bal Harbour. No wonder we don't have to call our convention hotels "Loew's Americana" or "Loew's Ambassadors" for you to know they're Loew's Hotels. Even though we're specialists in business meetings, don't forget. We started in show business. [[image - logo of Loew's Hotels]] NEW YORK: THE AMERICANA THE SUMMIT • THE CITY SQUIRE • THE DRAKE • THE WARWICK CHICAGO: HOTELS AMBASSADOR. SAN FRANCISCO: THE HOTEL MARK HOPKINS. MIAMI BEACH: AMERICANA OF BAL HARBOUR ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY: THE TRAYMORE. PUERTO RICO: AMERICANA OF SAN JUAN NASSAU, THE BAHAMAS: PARADISE ISLAND HOTEL & VILLAS. LONDON, ENGLAND: THE CHURCHILL (OPENING SPRING 1970) PRESTON ROBERT TISCH, PRESIDENT For brochures and floor plans, write James R. Heimbaugh, Jr., Vice President—Sales, Americana Hotel, 52nd Street & 7th Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10019. Telephone: (212) 581-1000 [[image - black & white photograph of a lady's hand turning off a television set. A placard showing Ella Fitzgerald is on top of the television]] [[/advertisement]]
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