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t 50 - CAPE GAZETI, Friday, Metz family Continu! from-page 49 The younger Metz lives in An- napolis and he will come to the Lewes office once or twice a week. Since the business is all done electronically, father and son can communicate with each other and the investment managers that they deal with via computer. In being computer dependent as 2000 approaches, Metz is quick to point out that MCM is ready for the millennium. "We have spent many hours in an effort to ensure that all of our September 17 - September systems are Y2K ready," he said. "All of our software for our pro- grams has been purchased in the last six months, and all of our client information is received dai- ly from Charles Schwab which is completely Y2K compliant." With the attitude that clients should be treated as if they are friends and family, Metz said that he is not a risk-taker with clients' portfolios. "We are basically conserva= tire," he said. "People tend to get a little conservative as they ap- proach retirement, and we don't take a lot of risks either. However, their money needs to continue to grow for 20 or 30 years, so we Annual conference to focus on five-year plan for tourism industry A new, five-year strategic plan for Delaware's tourism industry will be the focus of this year's Governor's Tourism Conference and Awards, sponsored by the Delaware Tourism Office (DTO). The strategic plan provides con- crete goals and creates coopera- tive opportunities for tourism-re- lated organizations and business- es throughout the state. "Many have contributed to the formulation of the strategic plan. The conference gives an even wider audience the opportunity to become involved," said Keia Benefield, DTO director. The conference will be held Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 18 and 19, at the Dover Sheraton Hotel. Gov. Thomas Carper will host the Governor's Tourism Awards din- ner at the Sheraton on Monday, Oct. 18, Where more than 12 or- ganizations and individuals will be recognized for their contribu- tions to the state's tourism indus- try. Topics for this year's confer, ence include presentations and discussions on the goals and ob- jectives of the strategic plan; pro- moting tourism values to industry II [ outsiders; recruiting and retaining volunteers; communicating the tourism message to legislators; getting positive press coverage; managing conflict; and success- fully applying for grant coverage. Full conference attendance, in- cluding the awards dinner, is $100 per person. Conference atten- dance only is $80 per person. An additional $15 will be charged for registrations received after Thurs- . day, Sept. 30. For those who plan to attend only the awards dinner, the cost is $30 per person. Tickets must be purchased by Friday, Oct. 8. The conference begins Monday, Oct. 18, with a continental break- fast at 8:30 a.m. and continues un- til 4:45 p.m. The dinner begins Monday evening at 5:30 p.m. The conference will continue at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, and concludes with a "what's new" lunch which be- gins at 1 p.m. For more information or to re- ceive a registration form, call 302-672-6841. Registration forms are also available for pick up at the Sussex County Convention and Tourism Commission, Georgetown. A ICTI()N. Rehoboth Bay Community 163 Rehoboth Bay Rehoboth Beach (302) 227,3745 or visit our web site: www.hudson-homes.com Relax & Revive at Rehoboth Bay. Our community offers our residents a crabbing and fishing pier, 129 s//p mahna, pool, 2 p/aygrounds, Secur/ty patro/, grounds committee, trash pick-up, water and county sewer OM landing Golf Course within walking distance. Community functions include annual appreciation dinner, picnic and yard sale' If your friends have retired to the beach, or have a vacation home,., you can too! Homes starting at $25,000 A HUDSON FAMILY COMMUNrTY Office hours: Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. - 4:30 p. m. Saturday & Sunday 9 a.m. - 5 p. m. Appointments advised for the ekds. IlMMdtlem: RI. 1 ,uth, wear onto Old taudiq Road (Rt. ,74) 2.6 udle= to =mmRir. 23, 1999 look for funds that will give them a nice consistent return." With his years of experience in the securities business, Thomas Metz said he has learned to re- search and identify the best mon- ey managers in the mutual fund field. He said the firm takes care to utilize different managers and in- vestment styles to tailor a portfo- lio to a client's specific financial goals and objectives. By using no- load mutual funds, there are no transaction fees to the client. "There are still a lot of Baby Boomers who are in their peak earning years," he said, "and they want and need financial plans. That's where we come in, we are on the advisory end." MCM frequently corresponds with clients, apprising them of changes in the financial world and advances and expansions in the corporation. Each client regularly receives a position analysis of his or her portfolio. "We are available to our clients at all times," Metz said. "With Andrew joining us, even more clients Will be able to reach us personally, even if they are not in Iwes." He said it is reassuring that many clients come from referrals. "We really do appreciate their thoughtfulness and hope they will continue to keep us in mind in the future," he said. Metz Capital Management is located at 439 Kings Highway and can be reached at 644-1193. I ROBERT V. WITSIL, JR. -At-Law CIVIL, CRIMIN G Accidents & Personal Injuly Home Owners Assodatioas M'sdemeanor&Fel0nyOflav, es .Zoning&Variances Corporate & Business Law DUI & Traffic Offenses Wills & Estates Commerdal Litigation 120 South Bedford Street 420 Rehoboth Ave. Georgetown, DE 19947 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 855-0120 By Appointment Listing of areas of practice does not represent specialization in those areas.. CITY OF REHOBOTH BEACH Vehicles Equipment Confiscated Merchandise Bikes Jewelry And More MUNICIPAL SAT. SEPT 25th 10:00 A.M. (Sale Held at City Hall Parking Lot, Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach) NO MINIMUMS!I NO RESERVES!! /among the many/Lonm for u/e: oe  a end, 4 amw  caUaet wa t. crou cut    ,    O01W  7 Irdr bahia li 214 x 30 baclor tires, beffel & pump, elec0 garage doo opene, lot kdding chaim. Ilalnkm   adnk & counlm x, Irack lighw. I-lao  watm hea', t of lead buckat forks, akaninum extonaion ladck, flat     a  ot ndmbom- mvdm  bmches trom  ml vmke speed drive componentm x RoUcon ddvm-Opqmd Ndu 4.S3.  drives VFO-PT & KlUmm D drive, GTX colo monlto. Wyu 185b tmmirl, 5 mis keybods, I lor monm, 2    N2MD .  Hmminal,  486 omlmtw, Wlnm 11 tetmk, m/, Olddata pdnlm'3@l; t2 . pdnNra, 8 mk mortoes, misc.  A wlem, Croon colder NP4050, Scharp EL-11SG cak:ulmtm wRoplacement ink rohrs, C4udo FR-3100 calcular.    , 3  AT&T fax peps6 rolls pe box, 2 bomm Mitatoner, 2 podaldelamps, 28 IhrM ring blndors, misc. irons from Ioet &lound, 1 set cndehe Mobile media IW. 0men me/0 botUe. 2 Raymm coom, sUol, shoe ood. ekes. celk phons, page be   wl .  . Sony faoe pMm foe mmo/CD p/.'upm" ag w/po.  gam0e doo opera. Polan canm wa,. beach umbm   b, gold colored  w/dlamond likechps, multi cokad beach umbmla, pr. boots, back melal   g    , m P,Iswah w/round gace &godc01omd. Oympus my 35ram camer KaUy Ireimd 0oU .   .   era, fee g0dinguish, Fuji Discoveey 35ram camera, Tamrac camera, Cano EO5 Rebel 35ram camera,    ,  n b w/case, pUl&  Igloo backpac  r e.amera.  colored Timex Indiglo watch, turCl, dul! bag, and , much, mort) from the Ihobolh Io and foundl! C/TY VEHICLES FOR AUCTION INCLUDE: 13 Ford Taurus. 97.33 miles; 1992 Ford Taurus. 1|0.000 milu; 1 Blazer 4 x 4. gas..58.000 mlle. 1984 Chewolet Blazm 4 x 4. ga=. actual n 1637; 1985 Chewolet pick-up. 79.000 miles; 1965 GMC Big Wheel Sludge Injector, appro 5.000 mioa, aplxox. 2,800 hours; 1994 Ford Crown V'todL aplxox 90.000 miles; 19 Fol F-700 V-8. uao, 10 cubic yard trash truck, 31,55 miles. "We Bring Buyer & Seller Together" 002) 22"/-1433 Day (302) 227-3946 Fax 002) 227-2714 Night mail: auctiom@dm.om n,w.eJamealauctions.com [ Saturday, September 25 8:30 a.m. BIKES BIKES BIKES AND MORE BIKES Ind.: Spag, ulac Blade wlcable lock; Murray. black mourdain shadow, silve mountain, white bio-tech, mens blue; Huffy. red 10-speed. red Ullim 10-speed. 12-. girb. merB blue Coutof w/oaskot, gay & purple, black & red 10-speed. 26" boys, hick. Cokx Wares, 10-speed; Hard Rock, black mountain; Giant Innova, white mountidn; Glacier, bck mountain w/573 on it; Ih, si- ve 10-; Schwinn. yolow 10-. red 26" Impact mounlain. 01ue 21-speed Fron- tier. white 26" High Plains, yelow tO.speed Montgome/;, Roadmuter. 26' gray boys. tNI lO.speed boys Conquest; V'mta Calalier, 3-apeed chain w/padlock; FIIo, 3-spoed purple compact 3, blue 10-speed girls, Ixown; Knt Pr(qect XT20018-speed; Vecto, 21- speed blacWpurpie; Trek. 12-speed black bo 300, bluo 700, black antdope; Worksmm, dd sinO sped; HamJ tuCm' 0/ air apwd;/mman - Iolic. gray; Mongoose "Shimano..hi; Columbla. white race blue. whilo Bl,ze 10- speed, gray Uhim Free Spirit, red ingle q3eed: Trail Mm, I 28' wommns;  Spod LX burgundy 12-=eed. mtd many. many. more aKted blkesll 111B!!100$- "[ l Cash or personal check with 2 I I.D.'s on day of sale. A 5% I buyrspmmium on all contents. I