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61. So Far 35 Cases of Leishmania Infection in ...
In the indigenous people north of Santa Fe in Veraguas might not know Leishmania by name, but they are very familiar with the effects of the disease. There have been as many as three new cases reported per week, and health authorites are concerned, but there is little they can ...

62. Visiting Panama Nov-April?
TO EDITOR of PG: recommend following article or something similar,also add the dates on your calendar (of holidays(religious and other that involve closings-employees/construction /government/workers off)-when 13th month due-Many people come to Panama during these dates because they are off in their own countries, only to find that Panama is a ...

63. Mr. Evans A Loo - Attorney At law
Foreign nationals can own titled property in Panama without any restrictions. Warranty Deeds are recorded in the public registry or Panama, and in accordance with the National Constitution, all private property legally owned and duly registered is absolutely guaranteed and protected. All warranty deeds must be written in the Spanish ...

64. Dentist: Dr. Charles A. Garcia B.
Quality Care & Economic sense. 1969 graduate of St. Louis Univ. Dental School as well as the St. Louis Univ. College of Arts and Science, St. Louis, Missouri in 1966. Missouri & Panama Licensed General Dentist, 31 years US Federal Service, 28 years in the Panama Canal Zone and the ...

65. Quintin Earl Sponagle Arrested In Panama - Wanted ...
The Canadian citizen Quintin Earl Sponagle, 48, was captured yesterday afternoon, Tuesday, 16 April 2013 by officers of the Direction of Judicial Investigation (DIJ) Interpol office. Sponagle was arrested in Panama because he is wanted by the Canadian authorities for having committed the crimes of fraud and theft. Sponagle was ...

66. Earthquake!
We had a couple of shakers yesterday, this time out in the Pacific ocean south of Panama City. These are the "good" earthquakes, that allow the stess along fault lines to dissipate without causing any damage.

67. Bocas del Toro, Burglaries, and Solutions
I’m originally from Florida, but I have lived in the Province of Bocas del Toro in the town of the same name on Isla Colon for 5 years now. It’s sort of like saying I live in New York, New York. My wife came down about a year later. We ...

68. New Horizons 2005 Project Completed
The US military is finishing up its three month New Horizons 2005 Humanitarian Assistence project.

69. Your Panama.com
Has anyone used the services of Your Panama.com? It's apparently a web site and an information service that charges you $35 for a "tele-seminar" about moving to Panama. The article below appeared on PRWeb, which means they hired a professional public relations firm to help them get launched. Don't forget ...

70. LA Consul Responds to Firing
Fernando Daly, the recently fired consul of Panama in Los Ángeles, sent an email to La Prensa saying he was surprised by the firing. A report from the Department of Consular Financial Control of the Direction of Finances of the Maritime Administration of Panama (AMP) sent to him on 29 ...

71. Potential for Civil Unrest in Panama
According to press reports, the Torrijos administration will soon anounce its reforms of the Social Security Administration, and it is believed the administration will move for rapid legislative consideration. There is concern that some organizations will attempt to derail the reform by sponsoring public demonstrations, which could become violent.

72. New Policies at the Immigration Office
Here's a heads up regarding new policy changes at Panama's Immigration office. On September 19, 2006 two attorneys from Panama Offshore Legal Services met with the Sub-Director of Immigration. Here are the new changes that Immigration office will be implementing: 1. PENSIONADO VISA: Immigration will now require that the company ...

73. Warning: Illegal Land Sales in Bocas
(Note: Ok guys, here it goes. This was apparently submitted by Oscar Surgeon. He provided enough information to convince me that this is legitimate, or at least legitimate enough that I should let it through. This is one post, however, in which I want to make it perfectly clear that ...

74. TRICARE FISCAL YEAR 1 OCT 2007…RULES OF ENGAGEMENT.
It is the time of the year where all TRICARE beneficiaries will have to meet their yearly deductibles. You TRICARE coverage does not begin at the 75% rate until you have covered your yearly deductible. This is significant since in the past we have had several practices that were routine ...

75. "Earthrace" Experimental Boat Transits Panama Canal
(Source: La prensa) The experimental sport competition boat Earthrace, that is powered by biodiésel and comes from New Zealand, passed through the Panama Canal yesterday. The captain, Pete Bethune, along with four crew, took a break in Panama to explain that the experimental boat looks to prove new technology. Its ...

76. US Supemarket Chain ships Taste of home Overseas
Inyesterday's Winston Salem Journal there was an article we thought your readers might enjoy. I will post the entire article and how to access article, site for shipments overseas (only one shop - the one in Winston Salem) ship products overseas. Neither I nor my wife work or have any ...

77. Movistar Arrives In Panama
Corporate name changes can be tricky. Especially, when a company buys another and the name being rolled out is completely new to the market.

78. Shula's -- The Place for Sunday Football
If you want to catch your favorite NFL team in action, check out Shula's Steak 2 in El Dorado...

79. I've Found the Right Property...Now What?
By Kent Davis, creator of Kent's Picks: hand-picked real estate deals in Panama delivered to your inbox. Subscribe to Kent's Picks at kentpd@gmail.com. So you have just spent two grueling weeks waging war in the streets of Panama, dealing with realtors that don’t show up on time and home owners ...

80. Boca La Caja Land-Grab Underway
(Source: Panama America) The chief of SINAPROC Roberto Velasquez Abood and the municipal engineer of Panama Jaime Salas said in a press conference that that the inhabitants of Boca la Caja are exposing themselves to great danger by constructing houses over the water. This month there are very high tides ...

81. US Company to Manage Business Park in Costa ...
The developers of the business park in Costa del Este have hired a US company (Hines) to manage the facility.

82. XOKO Restaurant y Tapas Bar
Having been in Panama only 10 days, I cannot say that I am ANY kind of expert when it comes to restaurants here. I do know that I have been eating at least 2 meals out a day since arrival, and I`m pretty tired of arroz y pappas frittas. (Just ...

83. Edemet-Edechi Hunts Down Power Theives
Edemet-Edechi routinely conducts operations to find people who have illegal connections and are stealing power from the grid. The company loses more than $10 million per year from power theft, a cost which ends up being paid by the rest of the customers. They isolate a section of the power ...

84. The Global History of Di-ethylene Glycol Contamination
(Source: La prensa) A syrup for children containing diethylene glycol sickened 109 children and killed 80 in Haiti in 1998. In 1938 in the United States 105 people died after having consumed an elixir containing diethylene glycol in an event that spawned the birth of the FDA. In 1969 in ...

85. IRS and Foreign Trusts
IRS Demanding Reports on Foreign Trusts Forget about the semantics argument raised last month by the “expatriate” controversy, the IRS is apparently moving aggressively to get at the details behind the financial dealings of US citizen-taxpayers who either transfer money or property into a foreign trust or receive benefits from ...

86. A case of dental tourism (happy customer's story)
I am a SW florida resident with aspirations of moving to Panama. I also had a very bad problem with my 60 year old teeth -- both esthetically [they looked horrible] and functionally. These problems most likely resulted from a severe case of dental phobia which resulted in a 12 ...

87. Bush Tax Cuts not just for the 'Rich'
So who did benefit from the tax cuts? Which group of taxpayers fill the US Treasury with $s? Who is paying the bills? What’s the bottom line on Federal employment and payrolls? This article will address each of those questions. I’ll separate and deal with the employment figures at the ...

88. Alex Humphrey
I want to thank Don Winner and all your readers for their help in trying to trace my son, Alex Humphrey, but after almost a month, the trail - and I guess the story - is now going cold. Please will you print his picture one last time? He simply ...

89. Howard Airfield Will Open Soon
More than 44,000 cargo and passenger aircraft arrive every year at the Tocumen International Airport. But what happens when severe weather prevents planes from landing there? Several years ago Jose Vázquez, a salesman who works in the Colon Free Zone, was returning from El Salvador after a business trip. Bad ...

90. "Money Avenue" - The Changing Face of Panama's ...
(Source: La Prensa) The face of the Balboa Avenue is changing quickly. Land values are rising with the blink of an eye. Legendary locations such as La Cascada, the Casa del Marisco, and the Boulevard Balboa have yielded their enviable locations to modern and imposing structures and very deep pockets. ...