Street Smarts
October 29, 1951 — The Miami Daily News

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The Miami Daily News, the oldest newspaper in Miami, Florida, cracks wise in this compact 1951 editorial.



Non-Partisan

Demonstrators in Tehran, Iran tear down street signs marking Avenue Churchill [Churchill Avenue] as news arrives of the Conservatives’ victory in the British election. Avenue Churchill was named in honor of Britain’s wartime prime minister [Winston Churchill] during the 1943 Big Three conference.

About the only significance of this is that if there had been an Alley Attlee, [Premier Clement Attlee] it would have happened long ago.


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Related links:

Crossed Wires | The Citizen-Advertiser, June 4, 1951

British M.P. Prefers Be-Bop | Billboard, August 4, 1951

Needs Build Up | The Miami Daily News, October 12, 1951



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