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Sunday, September 16, 2012



The Baytown Sun


Fifteen men showed up to move three Fish Fry signs. Kenny Guillotte, Kenny Hebert, Ty Guillotte, Wade Barnes, Kenny Gates, Bill ONeal, Steven Gates, Jacob Bridwell, Roy Stanley, Gene Walters, Denny Roberts, David Grittman, Terry Bridwell, Bud Yandell, and Don Aikey can hardly wait for the Fish Fry and Auction, Sat. Sept 22. Contributed photo

HUM to host annual fish fry Highlands United Methodist is preparing to host its 22nd annual Fish Fry and Auction. The event is from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 22 at Highlands United Methodist Church, 107 W. Houston in Highlands. Fried catfish plates are $9. The sweet shoppe, chaired by Betty Bridwell, will have many choices of homemade desserts and goodies. The live auction will begin at 1 p.m. and Clyde Keeling will be the auctioneer. There will be a silent auction from 11 to 2. “Thanks to all the mem-

bers who donated items,” said Thresa Hester, chair of the auction. “Many are one-of-a-kind.” Bill O'Neal, chairperson of this year's event said, “This year, there will be a drive-thru order line, through our new driveway on Main Street. Get great food and stay in you air conditioned car.” Another new feature this year is a craft sale. All of the crafts were handmade by the youth of Highlands United Methodist. Contributed photo For more information or to purchase tickets, call Clyde Keeling made this flower cart and rocking horse for 281-426-3614. the auction.


from the Internet. Teter explains that the celebration of Rosh Hashanah emphasizes the special relationship between God and humanity: the dependence upon God as the creator and sustainer, and God’s dependence upon his people as the ones who make his presence known and felt in his world. Each year on Rosh Hashanah, “all inhabitants of the world pass before God like a flock of sheep,” and it is decreed in the heavenly court “who shall live, and who shall die . . . who shall be impoverished, and who shall be enriched; who shall fall and who shall rise.” The celebration begins with the sounding of the Shofar, to recall the binding of Isaac in which a ram took Isaac’s place as an offering to God. One hundred shofar blasts will be heard over the holiday.


Teter wrote about the earliest services, and how congregants, mostly of European descent, were quickly adopting to their new American home. “The service was conducted mostly in Hebrew, as the majority of the members were European immigrants and trained in the orthodox tradition,” Teter said. “Services were conducted every Friday evening and Saturday morning, the former sometimes early so that some members might catch the second half of the Friday night football game and the latter also quite early so the merchants could open their stores by 9 a.m.” Teter’s book, Oil Gevalt, The History of the Baytown, Texas, Jewish Community 19282008, can be downloaded

TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS AND PPAR AR TIES ARTIES Air Products LLC has applied to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for an amendment to Air Quality Permit No. 35873, which would authorize modification to the permit that authorizes the synthesis gas purification and separation plant located at 5503 West Baker Road, Baytown, Harris County, Texas 77520. Additional information concerning this application is contained in the public notice section of this newspaper.

Additional Rosh Hashanah observances include: Eating a piece of apple dipped in honey, to symbolize the desire for a sweet year, blessing one another with the words “Leshanah tovah tikateiv veteichateim,” “May you be inscribed and sealed for a good year.” Tashlich, a special

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prayer said near a body of water (an ocean, river, pond, etc.), in evocation of the verse, “And You shall cast their sins into the depths of the sea.” And as with every major Jewish holiday, after candlelighting and prayers we recite Kiddush and make a blessing on the challah.

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MARY DUNN REAL ESTATE, INC. 13400 FM 2354, Baytown 713-898-7413 William R. Holder, MD and Ramon L. Sanchez, MD are pleased to announce the association of

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Dr. Chan practices medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology. We are now offering botox and fillers. Please call to ask if you are interested. (Congratulations to Dr. Chan on his certification from the American Board of Dermatology.)

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An Afternoon of Inspiration with J.R. Martinez Military Veteran Actor Author Winner of ABC’s Dancing with the Stars!

SATURDAY, OCT. 6 2:00 p.m. at the Lee College Performing Arts Center Doors open at 12:30 p.m.

Don’t miss the salute to veterans! Win a chance to dance with J.R.


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