E 289 December15, 2008 1. STADIUM BEER VENDOR LIABILITY SUIT SETTLED FOR $23.5 Million The beer refreshment vendor at Giants Stadium agreed to pay $23.5 million to settle the case of a girl paralyzed in a crash with a drunken football fan under an 18monthold secret agreement that an appeals court unsealed Wednesday at the request of a public advocacy group. The court ruled that the settlement paid by Aramark, Inc. to Antonia Verni couldn't remain confidential because the girl's privacy was trumped by the presumption of open court records and the public interest in her tragic case. Source firstname.lastname@example.org December 4, 2008 2. Appellate Division Cannot Amend DWI Refusal Statement. State v. Spell 142 NJ 514 (2008) The Court affirms defendant’s conviction substantially for the reasons expressed by the Appellate Division. The Court vacates that part of the Appellate Division’s holding that requires police officers to read the final, additional paragraph of the standard statement whenever a defendant refuses to provide a breath sample immediately upon request. The Legislature has vested in the Motor Vehicle Commission the authority to determine the Standard Refusal Statement. 3. A Unique Holiday Gift Idea! ........... Gift Certificates for Wills & Legal Services During the Holiday season, we often buy gifts for our family and friends. May we suggest a holiday gift which truly shows how much you care. Purchase a Will Gift Certificate for loved ones. Secure their interests and make sure proper planning is done. The Law Office of Kenneth Vercammen's Holiday special includes: A Will and consultation on Probate brochures on Wills, Probate, insurance A 3 year subscription to the NJ Laws Email News All for only $300.00! Call 7325720500 for the Gift Certificate. 4, Holiday/ Christmas song links to lyrics Did you ever wonder what the actual words/ lyrics are to favorite songs? Here they are: http://www.nevada.edu/~blake/Christmas.songs.html Contents 1. A Baby Just Like You 2. A ll I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth 3. Blue Christmas 4. Christmas Dinner
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Christmas For Cowboys Christmas In Killarney Deck the Halls First Christmas Frosty the Snow Man Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas Here Comes Santa Claus Holly Jolly Christmas I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus It's the most wonderful time of the year I'll Be Home For Christmas Jingle Bell Rock Jingle Bells Jolly Old Saint Ni cholas Let It Snow! Mary, Did You Know? Merry Christmas Darling Must Be Santa Nuttin' For Christmas O Christmas Tree Pine Cones And Holly Be rries Rocking around the Christmas Tree Rudolph The RedNosed Reindeer Santa Claus Is Coming To Town Silver Bells Sleep Well, Little Children Sleigh Ride Tennessee Christmas The Christmas Song The Little Drummer Boy The Night Before Christmas The Twelve Days of Christmas Up On the Housetop We Wish Y ou A Merry Christmas White Christmas Winter Wonderland
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Angels From The Realm Of Glory Angels We Have Heard On High Away In a Manger Bring A Torch, Jeanette Isabella
46. Do You Hear What I Hear 47. Far, Far Away on Judea's Plains 48. Go, Tell It On The Mountain 49. God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen 50. Good Christian Men, Rejoice 51. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing 52. I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day 53. It Came Upon The Midnight Clear 54. Joy To The World 55. O Come, All Ye Faithful 56. O Holy Night 57. O Little Town of Bethlehem 58. Once In Royal David's City 59. Silent Night 60. The First Noel 61. The Shepherd's Carol (round) 62. We Three Kings of Orient Are 63. What Child Is This? 64. When Joseph Went To Bethlehem 65. While Shepherds Watched Th eir Flocks With Wondering Awe 5. Website: Christmas Carols instrumental Listen to on your computer http://catholic.net/christmas_songs/template_channel.phtml?channel_id=17 This is a great site with Holiday cheer: http://holidays.blastcomm.com/ 5. Needed: Outdoor Nativity Scene A nativity scene, also called a crib or crèche (meaning "crib" or "manger" in French) generally refers to any depiction of the birth or birthplace of Jesus. The local Knight of Columbus members are looking for used outdoor nativity scenes no longer being used or displayed, to give them a new home. Christian Nativity scenes three (sculpture or other threedimensional crafts), usually show Jesus in a manger, Joseph and Mary in a barn (or cave) intended to accommodate farm animals. A donkey and an ox accompany them; besides the necessity of animals for a manager, this is an allusion to Isaiah: "the ox knoweth his owner, and the ass his master's crib; but Israel doth not know, my people doth not consider" (Is. 1:3). The scene sometimes includes the Magi or Three Wise Men, shepherds, angels and the Star of Bethlehem. The traditional scenes that show the shepherds and Magi together are of course not true to the Bible story, since the Magi arrived much later (Luke 2:716).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nativity_scene If you have an unused Nativity scene, call Ken Vercammen at 7325720500