In Memoriam

November 1957
Time;11/25/1957, Vol. 70 Issue 22, p49
The article focuses on the poem titled "Renowed Paladin and Cavalier/Glory of America!" which was the winning entry for the best verse contest provided by the "Novedades" newspaper for the honor of assassinated Dictator Anastasio Somoza of Nicaragua, wherein the first letters of the 14 lines spelled out the name of Somoza's assassin Rigoberto Lopez.


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