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Jack Smith, 42, a Disabled Miner Who Lives in Rhodell, West Virginia, Shown with One of His Daughters, Debra, in the Tavern He Now Operates, He Had Worked in the Mines One Year When His Legs were Crushed in a Roof Cave-in, it Took Him 18 Years to Received Workman's Compensation, His Wheelchair was Bought for Him by His Friend, Arnold Miller, Now President of the United Mine Workers Smith is Active in the Union, and Has Manned Picket Lines in the Past

Jack Smith, 42, a Disabled Miner Who Lives in Rhodell, West Virginia, Shown with One of His Daughters, Debra, in the Tavern He Now Operates, He Had Worked in the Mines One Year When His Legs were Crushed in a Roof Cave-in, it Took Him 18 Years to Received Workman's Compensation, His Wheelchair was Bought for Him by His Friend, Arnold Miller, Now President of the United Mine Workers Smith is Active in the Union, and Has Manned Picket Lines in the Past

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01/06/1974
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