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8 Wednesday, March 12, 1997 West Seattle Herald/White Center News BRIEFS Huling Bros. odds trucks, Salty's will stage a series of special The company, owned by Cheryl drops Mozdo events for guests to enjoy the harvest Read, offers expertise in creating Scratch M~da from the lineup of coming in on fishing boats from Alas- movie budgets and business plans. vehicles for sale at Huling Bros. Pen- ka. "lhe Festival lasts from March 18 For more information, contact the cil in GMC light-duty trucks,to April 14. production office at P.O. Box 46926, General Motors decided in Febru- Festival promotions include a "Hal- Seattle, WA 98146; (206) 762-5525. ary to transfer sales of its pickup line ibut & Hops" night, 5-8 p.m. April 1; from a downtown dealership to West a pre-reserved, five-course halibut Home-pricing methods Seattle. That makes Huling Bros. one dinner, 7 p.m. April 4, and a "Fishing offered of only two GMC truck dealerships in License," so guests can accumulate Prudential Northwest Realty, thecity, fish-points for meals consumed dur- along with Prudential affiliates In addition to its new line, Huling ing the festival When the license is throughout the Northwest, has rolled Bros. sells Chevrolet, Geo, Buick, full, guests are rewarded with a "Just out a new way of pricing and market- Pontiac, Chrysler, Plymouth and for the Halibut" T-shirt. ing homes. Prudential Value Range Jeep. For more information, contactMarketing (PVRM) listings are priced Salty's at 937-1600. In other dealership news, two m preset ranges rather than having a fixed price. brothers from Cashmere, Wash. have New in town In test markets, as well as in the joined the Huling Bros. organization Bite of China is a new restaurant less than two months the program has and are teaming up to sell cars togeth- where the China King used to be been in use here, the results have been er in the dealership's showroom, located. It specializes in Mandarin remarkable, according to Donald Fil- Keith Fleming and brother, Eric, and Cantonese cuisine, lius, Prudential Northwest sales man- say they have brought with them to Owner Xin Xu does much of the ager. Huling Bros. the spirit of teamwork, cooking. Formerly he cooked at the "Instead of offering a home at "It's great, because teamworkHoney Court and the Seafood Palace, $235,000, it would be listed at Value works, and in today's business of both in the International District. extreme competition, our customers' His business partner is Wen Huang. Range 17 (seller will entertain offers satisfaction is always going to be our Address: 5905 California Ave.between $210,000 and $250,000). goal," says older brother Keith. S.W. This accomplishes a few things: it Eric points out that teamwork has Hours:'ll a.m.-10 p.m. Monday- expands the buyer demographic, been an important element in the Friday; noon-10:30 p.m. Saturday; invites negotiation, and allows the development of the 50-year-old deal- noon-9:30 p.m. Sunday. market to decide on a final selling ership, owned by brothers Steve and Phone: 935-8888. price without the prolonged market Tom Huling. times or multiple price reductions that For more information, contact Hul- Movie mon~altt~~ make a listing grow stale," Fillius ing Bros. at 4545 Fauntleroy Way Laughing Horse Films (LHF), aexplained. S.W., Seattle, WA 98126; 938-6100. professional film-company based in "We expect that within .a year or White Center, offers budgeting, two, as many as half of the homes for ,f~ll~S celebrotos halibut scheduling and product-placement sale in West Seattle will be priced this This year's halibut run is on its way services for feature-length filmmak- way as the public and other real-estate and Salty's waterfront restaurant, ers. LHF focuses on the feature film- companies see the results." 1936 Harbor Ave. S.W., on Alki market and is currently producing Northwest Realty Associaies is Beach, is t~owing a big festival to "The Actor," with Martin Sheen located at 3221 California Ave. S.W., welcome thel:atch, directing; featuring Sheen, George C. Seattle, WA 98116. For more infor- Dubbed ~ "Just for the Halibut" Scott and Jason Miller. mation, contact Donald Fillius at 932- Festival b~wner Gerry Kingen, 3003. AROUND THE N Spring is in the air-- if you can see it between the raindrops. But, no matter, the Ladies Sodality of Holy Family is going ahead with their plans for their annual Spring Salad Luncheon, 1 !:30 a.m., April 1 in the school hall, across from the church. Attendees can look forward to an array of colorful Carolina salads, door prizes and lots Torrez of fun, says church secretary Sharon Carriere. Tickets are $5. Call Holy Family Church at 767- 6220 for more information. the Who sored Guild: Wrestlers awarded Evergreen High School's FreC~ wrestling team was honored at a ResU~ recent awards banquet. Jason Crisologo received the Captain's Award, the Inspirational Award went to Joe Arrants and the Most Improved honors went to for James McGlynn. dates. "It was so nice to hear other peo- ple say nice things about Joe, things we already knew about him," said dent far Ruby Arrants, Joe's mother.Park. Evergreen High School's ToJ wrestling coaches are Chris Humphries and Sam Segawa. Box 1~ SINGLE 2S00 .W. BARTON "THE $IO/~ONTH SINGLE. $1~ONTH COUPLE AND THE $20/MONTH FAMILY MEMBERSHIP ARE ALL SUBJECT TO .i ONE TIME INff~ ~I~ FEE ~THLY DUES ARE mm.~, PAYABLE ONLYBYELECTRONtCFUNDSTRANSFER(EFTF*NOOTHER~SCOUNTCANBE USEWITHTHISOFFER,THE$20/MONTHFAMtLYMEMBERSHIPlS LIMITEDT03" gnrli "JiIC2"'aR rtloorll, F~iLY~M~ER~Hi~FEA~NLYG~D~NY~URF~E~LUB~N~E~Y~F~R~REN~Lu~TH~RM~ERs~ip~Ac]LmE~V~ 1l in liJ[nllJ:_il Hi'Till ' WiTH LOCATION, TANNING AND BABY-SITtING ARE AVAILABLE AT A NOMINAL FEE. ALL MEMBERSHIPS ARE SUBJECT TO A $25 CARD FEE SEE CLUB FOR ~TAILS ~ 11111e ~ aid l ~ilH~ lB Dick Hart Welco Hart's Athletic Weare We are now dream of inth Puget Soun at the lowest price we codd' prospective ~ Richard Hart, Owner to join and ', months. If the member quit using the club he or she was the only way we could successfully stay in business As time went on we came to the realization that the public I not want to have members pay for something they years ago we decided to get rid of all our memberships in which th~ written notice. To be honest with you, we weren't sure chance and did it. Since we did away with long membership in our clubs has doubled and our amazing to think ten years later we can open a new equipment and facilities for just $10.00 per month three can use the club for just $20.00 per month. It has affordable for all families. Not too many businesses their price in half in the last 10 years. Not 0nly do we have great facilities most of our competitors, we also design personal fitness of our members get their desired fitness results. Our percentages and cardiovascular assessments, along set future goals and thereby creating a Then our service staff trains the new or old member on monitors them and every 30 days service like most other fitness clubs. increasing the lean muscle mass your workout. All of our staff members will review with yoU top physical condition. We do stress though that the key to: a maximum of three times per week for just 45 minutes to ! the key to long-term fitness results. I am not only excited about our 10 over the last 10 years, but my personal fitness program l Last year I got really sick, but I have full) regularly and feeling great. I personally want to invite YOU fantastic special!