The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on March 29, 1998 · Page 18
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 18

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19A SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1998 Mexico latest nation to OK dual nationality groups worried about split loyalties. Some see the emergence of a kind of fifth column. Critics cite a seeming paradox: New citizens must formally renounce allegiances to foreign governments as part of the U.S. naturalization process, but U.S. law still permits Americans to possess other nationalities. In practice, the mandate for renunciation of foreign loyalties is not formally enforced. "Is it in our national interest to have literally millions and millions of people who have this dual allegiance?" asked Ira Mehlman of the Federation for American Immigration Reform, which seeks lower immigration levels. Others, however, argue that the increasing incidence of dual nationality is a natural and healthy outgrowth of growing globalization and world economic and cultural integration. "Encouraging dual nationality can become a part of our policy of encouraging global democracy," said Peter J. Spiro, a law professor at Hofstra University. 4s Angeles Times ! In an era of growing global migration, Mexico is the latest in a; series of major immigrant-sending nations that have allowed expatriates to retain rights as nationals despite taking on citizenship status in the United States or elsewhere. ! Countries resisting the dual-nationality trend, including India and South Korea, are under increasing pressure from their emigres to follow the Mexican example. "Many dual nationals, including those from Colombia and the Dominican Republic, are even able vote in their homelands' elections, sometimes via absented ballots. rThe new Mexican law pointedly does not grant electoral privileges a matter of great dispute in Mexico, with a potentially landmark presidential elections scheduled in two years. fThe sheer size of the Mexican imipigrant population has galvanized opposition to the dual-na&nality concept among many Lancome presents Accents your gift with any Lancome purchase of $19.50 or more. Exclusively from Saks Fifth Avenue Banish your beauty blues with six must-have classics for lips, eyes and skin. Your gift includes: Two Rouge Sensation full-size LipColours injezabel and Henne; Maquiriche CremePowder EyeColour in Bronze, Raisin, Gardenia and Gris Lustre; Definicils Mascara in Black; Bi-Facil Eye Makeup Remover; me you suffering z mm n ? f-l ' l lis: and Primordiale Nuit Visibly Revitalizing Night Treatment; all tucked inside a chic cosmetics clutch. Willi armrms TV w 1,4 U irQctQH VST . 1. in participating in a Tree medical research program? lb qualify, you must be: m Ana 1 ft to Rf AKS i. Currently taking a nonsteroidal, ;( H .-anti-inflammatory drug Fl FT H AVEN U E Z Participants will receive free study-related care, ;Z including study medication, and may receive ? :::ri:;l C4, J;r up to $250 for participation. ::::umiiui jiuuica i3 FLORIDA 561-731-0158 8200 Jog Road Suite 101 Boynton Beach, Florida 33437 ft. 561-883-0720 W80 Central Park Blvd. Suite 214 Boca Raton, Florida 33428 954-467-7107 500 SE 17th Street, Suite 100 Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316 - ' ONE TO A CUSTOMER, PIEASE. WHILE SUPPLIES LAST. tu c I Am 1 SO 1 72 Worth Avenue Palm Beach (561) 833-2551 . Monday through Saturday 10 to 6; closed Sunday. 1! 1561, 694.9009. Monday throuah Saturday ,0 ,o 9; Sunday !2 to 6. m III .1 T T You Don't Smoke, You're Not Overweight, You nave No Svmntoms of Heart Disease. ..Or Do You? " J L you need to see a card.ac special st we mentYour f rst step to saving cancan make referra's. coordinate your ca vase Jar disease is simp'y knowing that and assist in proving fol!ow-up treat- you have rtThafs whe-e we can help. The Palm Beach Institute of Preventive Medicine (i) An affiliate of Intracoastal Health Systems, Inc. become the most common cause of death, accounting for more than 36 percent of all deaths by the year 2020. At The Palm Beach Institute of Prevent've Medicine, we don't take information lik this lightly. Which is why we have established programs to meet the card avascular needs of our patients ; According to a recent artde in he ' New England jownal of Medicine, half of ; aii patients with coronary disease do not ; hav? any of the established conary nsk : factors. In simple terms, this means that you coJd have heart prob'ems and not : know it More so, it has been pno;ected : that cardiovascular d sease m! soon - with a specia focus on preventive medicine. Our mutti-disciplinary approach offers oagnosis. prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases. We also help ident-V and treat coronary nsk factors, such as hypeTto'esteno'ernia. hypertension, cabetes me",t js. cjgaTtte smolcng, obest a"d d et And should available. Call 56 1-650-6 240 for an appointment. Evening & weekend hours T

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