Carmen Rosa Maymi, to Serve American Women ; Roberto Clemente, Death of a Proud Man ; Jose Feliciano, One Voice, One Guitar
Brief biographies of three Spanish Americans: the director of the Women's Bureau in the Department of Labor, a popular singer, and a major league baseball star.
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