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this year, the west district will be the body of the building with the traditional lighting lanterns layout combination, the entire Lantern Festival will be simple, highlighting the characteristics of the form of the region to meet with the public.
west district this year, the theme of the new year’s Lantern Festival is reflected in the west". The Lantern Festival will be combined with city permanent lighting and traditional festival lantern. In the setting of lanterns, Longmen set in only five fork in the road, set up the horse safety lamp group in the five fork river garden, flourishing flowers set light group in kylin Bay Park entrance, 4 groups of lanterns set in the booming commercial Richpower lane.
compared with previous years, this year’s selection of the west side of the lantern material selection of energy-saving light source, steel structure and other components, can be recycled, the entire cost of the Lantern Festival in previous years to save half. In addition, the light of the city through the permanent body of the city floor festive atmosphere, but also a highlight of this year’s West District lantern festival. At present, the west area has been completed along the Kunlun Road 32 51 buildings, 39 single floor building 75 "golden roof" and kylin Bay Park, drop crest, Lu Qing Park 3 green landscape lighting, the image of the city to further improve quality.
now many consumers are very important for the dining environment, in the key places to enjoy family and family social, should pay attention to the reasonable collocation of store, how to make the restaurant more attractive? Is to let the western restaurant is full of the feeling of the most, refer to the following practice can get a happy family of Western restaurant.
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in green and red rose on the table, put the same color green tableware, red rose vase, with its light and transparent glass foil desktop bright finish effect, the restaurant decorated bright. For the eclectic young people, choose some bright colors of furniture and accessories to decorate the home of the food world, can achieve very distinct results.
small coup for a restaurant with the most feeling, by contrast the furniture collocation and rich details of the accessories will create a harmonious and beautiful restaurant. Rattan grass can choose the edge of the cabinet, indoor and outdoor can be placed, simple natural style can make people fully relaxed.
or in a restaurant in a corner room placed iron screens and trees, cherry trees, let the ordinary dining area more garden scenery.
above the sideboard collocation small coup for a restaurant with the most feeling, now consumers are mainly based on the young, store environment is dominated by love, so the above technique is one of the best examples of entrepreneurs can choose the most suitable for your business style according to the collocation the main direction is distinctive, it can be the most attractive shop.
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The victim’s mother, Mary Blystone of South Gate, was told by a detective last year they had a DNA match and the suspect denied killing her daughter but admitted to having sex with her. She doesn’t buy the story. “She had a boyfriend. She wouldn’t meet with this \ man to have sex with him and go back to her boyfriend. That is not my daughter,” Blystone said. Stacy Belcher grew up in Hacienda Heights and attended local public schools. She had five siblings and three step-siblings. Relatives describe her as very trusting and as someone who didn’t think ill of others. “She was just very friendly with people,” Blystone said. “She would just talk to people. \ she wouldn’t get in a car and drive off with anybody.” Charles Belcher of Hacienda Heights remembers when his daughter was in junior high school and she brought in a baby bird still without feathers. She didn’t like worms, he said, but she dug and crushed them to feed her young charge. “It lived for a little while. All along I told her if it survived, it would be a miracle,” he recalled. James Blystone of Moreno Valley, the youngest of Blystone’s six children, had just turned 11 when his sister was killed. He remembers she brought him treats, took care of him, and would take him with her to the store or her friend’s house. “I would hang out with her. I liked her very very much. This is the way I saw her,” James Blystone said. He considered her his best friend. His sister was into rock music and went to concerts with an older brother, he recalled. She liked the band Journey and was “all in love” with the lead singer, Steve Perry. After graduation from high school, Belcher moved in with her mother in South Gate and stayed for a couple of months. “She was just planning on going to work. She wanted to be a mother. Her main thing was she wanted to be a mom,” Blystone said. At the time Belcher worked in Rowland Heights and lived in South Gate. She told her mother it was too far to drive back and forth and later moved to Six Pence Hotel on Labin Court in Rowland Heights with her boyfriend. Belcher was last seen about 6 p.m. when she left the hotel to go across the street to buy tacos for her boyfriend. Since he’d already had tacos for lunch, she decided to get him a hamburger instead, according to Blystone. She never came back. Belcher didn’t show up for an interview the next morning for a cashier’s job at her father’s Shell Gas Station in Whittier, where her other siblings had worked, relatives said. Charles Belcher asked Blystone if she had seen their daughter. She hadn’t. They reported her missing Dec. 5. The next afternoon, a passer-by found Stacy’s body and her car in the parking lot of a Spires restaurant at Valley Boulevard and Azusa Avenue in La Puente. Someone apparently ate the hamburger Belcher bought because a wrapper was found in the car, according to Blystone. She identified the body. “She was in the back seat wrapped up in an Afghan a teacher in high school had crocheted for her,” Blystone said. Months passed, then years. No suspects. No leads. Charles Belcher said he worried the case would be forgotten, although he was told by Sheriff’s Homicide detectives they were working on it. “There was a friend of the family high up on the sheriff’s department who kept us informed. I relied more on him than detectives,” he said. All these years he kept the hope his daughter’s killing would be solved. “And when I became aware they’re doing this DNA thing, the hope went up and bingo, we got lucky,” he said. “I’m very happy it is where it is at.” Stacy Michelle Belcher is buried at Rose Hills Memorial Park and Mortuary in Whittier. James Blystone’s daughter was born on the 10th anniversary of his sister’s death. He wanted to name his child after Stacy, but said his mother wouldn’t let him. So Crystal Blystone carries her aunt’s middle name, Michelle. A younger sister, Cami, would name her daughter Stacy years later. The family plans to be in court for Smith’s hearing. “We want closure on it and we want to be there to represent her,” Mary Blystone said. “She hasn’t had a voice.” [email protected] (626)962-8811, Ext. 2718160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Stacy Michelle Belcher liked kids. She helped coach a soccer team for girls, doted on her little brother and wanted to have children of her own, family members recall. But the Wilson High School graduate would never get that chance. On Dec. 3, 1983, the 18-year-old went out to buy food. She never returned. Three days later, her body was found, shot multiple times and left in the back seat of her car. More than two decades would pass before there was a break in the case. Then DNA was used to identify a suspect, 59-year-old Wayne Harvey Smith. Smith was already serving a life sentence for the 1985 stabbing death of Samedy Khiev of Norwalk at a Rowland Heights doughnut shop. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinalsA sheriff’s detective said the DNA match on the Belcher case was confirmed last year. Smith has pleaded not guilty to killing Belcher and will appear June 6 in Pomona Superior Court for a pre-trial conference. He’s being held at Twin Towers Correctional Facility in Los Angeles. Smith’s attorney, deputy public defender Jeffrey Gilliam, doesn’t expect a trial date will be set at the June 6 court appearance. “We’re trying to gather all information in the case so both sides have it to ensure he gets a fair trial,” Gilliam said, declining to discuss details of the case. The District Attorney’s Office hasn’t decided if it will seek the death penalty, said spokeswoman Sandi Gibbons.