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Social Workers: Migrant Family Separation Is Child Abuse MELVIN C. HARRIS Melvin Conrad Harris, 83 of Cmmden, SC died Thursday, July 18, 2018. Born December 27, 1935 at Pence Springs, WV, he was the son of the late Cary C. and Trilby Edith Allen Harris. Mel was a graduate of Talcott High School and Concord College. He was a U.S. Navy veteran of the Korean War, a Mason, Shriner and was the cornbread champion of Pence Springs, WV. He was retired from Dupont Corporation with 30 years of service. Mel was preceded ir death by four brothers and three sisters. Mel is survived by his wife of 60 years, Beverly Kaye Mann Harris. Two sons, Richard and Robert Harris, both of Camden, SC. A twin brother, Marvin Harris and wife Lorotta of Evansville, IN. Mel's life motto was, do unto others, as you would have them do unto you. Graveside services and burial wil] be held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, July 24, 2019 at Haven of Rest Cemetery at Pence Springs with Pastor Roger Persinger officiating. Those wishing to attend the service are asked to meet at the cemetery Wednesday. Immediately following, a memorial gathering will be held at the family camp on the Greenbrier. Everyone is invited Online condolences at www. pivontfuneralhome.com ,Arrangements by Pivont Funeral Home, Hinton, WV. By Dan Heyman for a time, detained. The Charleston, W.Va. - Social administration has admitted it has workers and mental health not tracked and will have trouble professionals are trying to have the reuniting some of the families. detention of migrant children away According to a recent from their families treated as child congressional investigation, 18 abuse. Almost 6,000 people have infants and toddlers younger than signed a petition started by social two years old have been taken from workers to file a"report of suspected their families It found nine babies abuse and neglect of migrant and younger than one year old have been refugee children" locked up by the separated and detained. U.S. government. Mark Lusk, a University of Texas The administration of President at E1 Paso professor of social work, Donald Trump describes the describes that as unconscionable. He separation and detention policy as says it could harm the children for a "deterrent" to families entering the life. "It is particularly worrisome in country. But Fabiola Ekleberry, a the first and second year of life - counselor and psychotherapist in E1 creates separation anxiety, and Paso, Texas, says taking children confusion and anxiety in young from their parents is abusive, no children that is very, very hard to matter the justification. "This is remediate," he states. "It can't be abuse, what we're doing," she replaced by having other caregivers stresses, "This is not acceptable. It's around It's very alarming that this like telling a kid, 'If you don't listen has been going on. "Lusk says the to me, I'm going to beat you. "And American Pediatric Association, the the kid still does something and then American Psychiatric Association you beat them up. But you know and the American Medical what kind of pain you're going to Association, among others, have inflict on them. condemned the policy. He says many That's still abuse. " Ekleberry counselors would like to meet with says she is legally required to report the children for free, but no one it when anyone abuses a child. More outside the system is allowed into than 3,000 migrant children have the detention centers. been forcibly separated and, at least e The Friendship Tree in the lobby of the Summers County ARH Hospital was decorated with butterflies for the month of June. Names were placed on tree in memory of: llene Edwards, Robert Patrick, Theresa Patrick, Ovid Graham, Mattie Graham, Pansy Seldomridge, C. H. Seldomridge, Blub Westmoreland, Willie C. Hawkins, Linnie B. Hawkins, Billy C. Hawkins, Lucy Canterbury, Jo E. Canterbury. Irwin Maddy, Marie Maddy, Henry Noel, Dickie Noel, Bill Thomas, Cecil Patrick, Billy Turner, Darrell "Doe" Fox, Cleatus Gwinn, Tommy Crook, Jim Miller, Kenneth FREDERICK C. NEWTON, MD Tues. July 23, 2019 Hinton Dangerous Heat to Soar Across Entire 115 "Breaking" National Weather Service Heat Index Scale, Posing Unprecedented Health Risks Northeast Region Areas to Endure Seven Weeks or More a Year When "Feels Like" Temperature Exceeds 100 Degrees L. "Buck" Harvey, Dorothy Lee Harvey, Mary Sue Frazier, Ray Greenlief, Fay Greenlief, Billy Joe Edwards, Roland Davis, Jane Gibbons, Bunny Anderson, Danny Gillian, Evelyn Morris, Eula Kibler, Nita Goins Meadows, and Lacy B. Goins. For $1.00 per month you may have a name placed on the tree in memory of a deceased loved one or if you wish to honor someone for a birthday or anniversary Increases in potentially lethal heat driven by climate change will affect every state in the contiguous U.S. in the decades ahead, according to a new report and accompanying peer reviewed study in Environmental Research Communications, both by the Union of Concerned Scientists, released today. Few places would be unaffected by extreme heat conditions by mid century and only a few mountainous regions would remain extreme heat refuges by the century's end. Without global action to reduce heat trapping emissions, the number of days per year when the heat index, or "feels like" temperature exceeds 100 degrees Fahrenheit would more than double from historical levels to an average of 36 across the country by mid century and increase four-fold to an average of 54 by late century. The average number of days per year nationwide with a heat index above 105 degrees Fahrenheit would more than quadruple to 24 by mid century and increase eight fold to 40 by late century. The analysis, titled "Killer Heat in the United States: Climate Choices and the Future of Dangerously Hot Days" shows a hotter future that's hard to imagine today. Nearly everywhere, people will experience more days of dangerous heat even in the next few decades. By the end of the century, for volunteering, please stop by our gift shop and pick up an application. Submitted by: Joanne Duvall, Auxiliary Secretary RESUME READY! Learn basic resume writing skills, how to write a targeted resume, how to restructure your resume, what If you would like to be considered 'employers look for and how to write Frederick C. Newton MD, 77, of [ {~::/ / ~ :], / (~/-", . |] C.p Hill passed away July 4, 2019 ~,'~t~-//~/.~r.~~ ~//,)~(~//~;/fi">-/J at HolZ Sprat ~s~l(al~ ' ] 1~ ~r~M~y 29; 192P2 m I-~u~to,WV, ' w ] he is the son Of the late Stanley E. and Leonidas Jane (Gum) Newton. Overcoming Life's Messes for the Communities support in Curently there is a foster home helping to provide those who need, shortage within our state. Children eye examinations or eye glasses, are being removed from their homes The Hinton Lions have been without enough foster homes to providing assistance for over 18 meet the demand. When this occurs years and are asking community children are placed in shelters, sent organizations and businesses as well to residential facilities, or even as citizens for monetary donations having to spend days, even weeks to continue providing help to those in hotels with Department of Health in need in our community. As news and Human Resource staff due to spreads of the help being provided, lack of foster homes. Necco is a foster requests are now outnumbering the care agency located in Beckley, WV. Lions Club's ability to help. Necco is currently trying to assist Once a request is received, the with foster home shortage by BOOK individual's application is screened recruiting, training, and opening The Newly released book on the to insure that other avenues of foster homes in Raleigh, Fayette, Historic Hilltop Cemetery Book is assistance are pursued before the Mercer and Summers Counties. If now available at the Hinton' Lions Club provides help. you are interested in learning more Railroad Museum, or call Bobby Cox Donations can be mailed to: Lions on the process of becoming a foster at 304-890-3554 or you can get by Club, Sight Assistance Program, home or know someone who may be m~, by sending check for $30.00 P.O. Box 1321, Hinton, WV 25951. please visit Necco at www-necco,org plus $5.00 shipping to Hilltop Checks should be made out to: or call 304-250-1200 to learn how We Ce)netery, 146 Cross Street, Hinton, Hinton Lions Club Build Families. WV 25951. Fred was the 1960 Valedictorian (NAPS)--Each lanuary, people of his graduating class at Hinton set resolutions for the New Year, but according to U.S. News & World Report, High School. He graduated from approximately 80 percent of resolutions West Virginia University, Phi Beta fail by the second week of February. If Kappa, in 1964 and completed his organizing is your Achilles' heel, the M.D. in 1968 with Alpha Omega solution is to tap into local profession- Alpha Honors. als to help guide you through the pro- cess and give you the tools necessaryto ARer his internship, he entered sustain order. Whether you commit to the US Navy as a flight surgeon downsizing a storage unit of il~herited serving during the Vietnam War. He items, want to find more I:am!ly time, or ~ : r " returned to Harrisburg, PA to desire to design a more peaceful living ' ~ "~" " ~'" 4, ,'. {~" complete his residency at Polyclinic space, a Professional Organizer or Pro- ,~'~.2 : ll': " ductivity Consuhant can help you tackle ' " '~ " and at Pinnacle Health Hospitals. these tasks when you don't know where You don't have to live with clutter He finished his career in Urology of to begin, and chaos; a professional organizer Central PA. Outside of work, Fred "Studies prove that a decluttered can help. enjoyed spending time with his environment contributes to productiv- family, fishing, reading, and politics, ity and happiness, so getting organized place so it is critical to have a good rap- should be at the top of your list of res- port. An experienced professional will Fred is survived by his wife of 49 olutions:' explains Ellen l)elap, CPO,ask questions about you and your needs years, Susan (Trace) Newton; his president of the National Association and dig into the issues that thwarted daughter Kara (Newton) Fleshman of Productivity & Organizing Proles- your past attempts to move forward. and husband Brett ofNC; a brother sionals (NAPO). "Finding and hiring a Set a budget. As with most profes- Sam Newton and wife Connie; and productivity professional is no different sions, fees vary widely based on experi- than choosing an accountant, personal ence, geographic location, and the type his grandchildren Maren, Livia, trainer, or doctor. You'll want to work of services rendered. Some profession- Whitney, and Jamie, as well as with someone who takes the time to get als may charge by the hour or project, several nieces and nephews, to know you, understands your needs, while others offer packages of services. In addition to his parents, Fred and has the expertise to advise you and Awfid selecting someone strictly on price. help you achieve your goals:' Investing in a consultant with the person- is preceded in death by his son January is Get Organized & Be Pro- silty and skill set that match your needs Michael C. Newton and his sister ductive (GO) Month, an annual initia- will offer greater, and faster, returns. Jan Newton. tive spcnsored by the National Asso- Identify an expert. We all have Visitation, with a musical tribute, elation of Productivity & Organizing friends and neighbors who pride them- to honor Fred was held from 11:30 Professkmals. 'lb help, Delap ofl'ers this selves on being organized but this isn't advice on how to get organized with the a job for your mona! Hiring a certified a.m, until 1:00 p.m, on Thursday, help of a Professio,aal Organizer or Pro- professional or one who has aligned July 11, 2019 at Myers-Harner ductivity Consultant: him- or herself with a professionalorga- Funeral Home in Camp Hill, PA. Get specific about your needs. Pro- nization that has a code of ethics offers Burial with Military Honors fessionals offer a wide range of resi- an addedlevelofsecurity. followed the celebration in dential and business services, so make Applaud yourself for taking the first Indiantown Gap National Cemetery a list of what you want to accomplish, step! Your choice is not irreversible. Are you just clearing out years of clut- If you begin working with an organiz- in Annville, PA. ter or do you need someone experi- ing or productivity professional and are The family requests that any enced in dealing with a mental health not happy with responding to his or her memorial contributions be made in " or traumatic situation? Do you need style, speak up. You are rarely under Fred's honor to the Prostate Cancer help organizing your office.or guidance obligation to continue the relationship. on how to manage your time more More than likely, he or she will be happy Foundation,1250 'Fourth Street, effectively? to recommend a colleague. Santa Monica, CA. 90401. Make a connectkm, interview can- When you are ready to find a pro- didates and be honest. It is in your best fessional, you can check out the NAPO interest to beas candid as possible about Professional t)rganizer and Produc- your needs and goals. You will be invit- tivity Consuhant Search 'lbol at www. ing this person into your home or work- NAPO.net. COMMUNITY SUPPORT The Hinton Lions Club is asking FOSTER HOME SHORTAGE TOPS TOPS (Take OffPounds Sensibly) is a very affordable, nonprofit, weight loss support group. Meetings are held at the Miller Memorial Methodist Church basement, 109 Miller Ave. Every Monday evening. Weigh-in begins at 5:00 p.m. meeting starts at 5:15 p.m. First Meeting is free. Come join us or call 304-890-2112. a cover letter. Stop by the Summers County Public Library and pick up a Resume worksheet. Complete the worksheet, and come to the 3rd floor of the library where Jared and Missy can assist you in getting "Resume Ready[~ ', Already have a resume but need to update it and/or would like a paper copy in digital form? Come to the 3rd floor of the library. Monday Friday 9:00 - 4:00. Call the Summers County Public Library for CALL ACWP If you see a dog in a neglectful or abusive situation please ACWP. If you see a stray dog on the road, especially one thatyou've never seen before, please call ACWP. If you have a litter of puppies and would like them to be placed in homes that are pre-approved as responsible pet owners than please call ACWP. TL3 number is easy to remember 855- s WV4-PETS. News - 3 with no action to reduce global The "slow action scenario" emissions, parts of Florida and assumes carbon emissions start Texas would experience the declining at midcentury and the equivalent of at least five months global average temperature rises 2.4 per year on average when the "feels degrees Celsius (4.3 degrees like" temperature exceeds 100 Fahrenheit) by century's end. Inthe degrees Fahrenheit, with most of "rapid action scenario," global these days even surpassing 105 average warming is limited to 2 degrees. On some days, conditions degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees would be so extreme that they Fahrenheit)--in line with the Paris exceed the upper limit of the Agreement. National Weather Service heat The analysis also examined the index scale and a heat index would number of people in each state that be incalculable Such "off-the- would be exposed to a heat index charts" conditions could pose above 90 degrees Fahrenheit,100 unprecedented health risks, degrees Fahrenheit,105 degrees The analysis calculated the Fahrenheit, or off-the-charts frequency of days with heat index conditions for an average equivalent thresholds above 90 degrees of at least one week, onemonth, or Fahrenheit--the point at which two months per year. All population outdoor workers generally become data presented here, including for susceptible to heat related illness as future projections, is based on the well as above 100 and 105 degrees most recent U.S. Census conducted Fahrenheit, when the National in 2010 and does not account for Weather Service (NWS) generally population growth or changes in recommends issuing heat advisories distribution. and excessive heat warnings, The U.S. Northeast region, as respectively. The number of high defined by the latest U.S. National heat index days was calculated by Climate Assessment, would see an averaging projections from 18 high- average of 32 days per year with a resolution climate models between heat index above 100 degrees April and October The report looked Fahrenheit, 20 days per year with a at these conditions for three possible heat index above 105 degrees futures The "no action scenario" Fahrenheit and three "off-the- assumes carbon emissions continue charts" days per year by the end of to rise and the global average the century if rapid action is not temperature increases nearly 4.3 taken to reduce global warming degrees Celsius (about 8 degrees emissions, with Delaware, the Fahrenheit) above pre industrial District of Columbia, and Maryland levels by century's end. seeing the largest rise in extreme heat. COMMISSION MEETING The Summers County Free Interesting Computer Classes Available Commission will meet at 9:00 a. m. in the County Commission Office at Computer Classes offered once a the Courthouse on the second week. Learn how to type without Wednesday of each month. The hunting and pecking, learn better safety standards for being online, Session forAug, will beWednesday, and get certified through our August 14 Contact Mary Beth Merritt, Computer Essentials and IC3 County Clerk before Aug. 14 at 466- programs! 7104 ifyoUhave any questions or if Inquire at the front desk or the you h~ve ~it~ems for :the agenda " third floor of the library for .more ~ informationl 304-466-4490. Mon. & Wed.: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Tue. & Thurs : 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tiny House Sale Summers County Board of Education will be accepting sealed bids now through 3:00 PM, July 23,2019 on a newly constructed tiny house. The house was constructed by the "Bobcat Construction LLC" students at Summers County High School. The outside dimensions of the house are 12 feet 5 inches wide by 20 feet 4 inches long. Total height of the house is 15 feet 6 inches at its highest point. This house is equipped with Pella Advance Energy Efficient windows and doors. It also has R-30 insulation in the ceiling and R-19 insulation in the walls. The exterior is covered with true cedar siding and a durable metal roof. Room dimensions: Kitchen- 11 feet 1 inch by 7 feet 7 inches; Bathroom - 5 t'eet by 4 feet 10 inches; Living Room - 5 feet 9 inches by 11 feet 1 inch; and an upstairs loft - I 1 feet 7 by I l feet 1. You may view the house on July 23, 2019 from 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM at the Summers County High School. Minimum bid is $8,843.16 and sales tax will be added at the time of sale. Sealed bids will be read on July 23, 2019 at 3:00 PM at the Summers County Board of Education. A 10% non-refundable deposit is due at the opening for the awarded bid. The house will be sold "as is" and the seller will not be responsible for vandalism after board approval of the sale. The buyer is encouraged to carry insurance. The removal of the house shall be within 2 weeks of the bid award. For more details call Summers County Board of Education, 304- 466-6009 or e-mail questions crjoncs@kl2,wy,us. Terms of sale available upon i~! :" I i!i i!i~ iii iiii ~!!ii !i! iI i!i t !ii :i: i!ii request.