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Panama
hospital
prepares for
shah's spleen
operation

From AP and UPI
PANAMA CITY, Panama-Doctors and officials worked under tight security
yesterday to prepare a local hospital ward for a delicate spleen operation on the
deposed Shah of Iran, medical sources said.
The sources, who asked not to be identified, said Paitilla Hospital-a
praivate Panamanian clinic-was declared a security area by authorities and all
employees and medical personnel were ordered not to talk about what they were
doing, although they said they received orders to clear 10 rooms on the third floor
of the modern five-story facility.
A NEW YORK spokesman for the deposed monarch said Tuesday that Shah
Mohammad Reva Pahlavi's spleen is inflamed, enlarged and probably
associated with a tumor, and that he will undergo an operation soon to have it
removed.
Panamanian lawyer Juan Materno Vasquez, representing Iran in its attempt
to extradite the former shah, said he will ask for the shah's arrest when he
formally files an extradition request with the government by March 24.
Materno Vasquez said the government assured him it would agree to the
arrest. There was no immediate comment from the government.
THE FORMER MONARCH now lives on Panama's Contadora Island. His last
medical check-up a week ago showed he had severe anemia, and low white cell
and platelet blood counts, the New York spokesman said.
Dr. Benjamin Kean, the shah's personal physician, refsued to disclose the
date of the operation for security reasons, the spokesman said. But sources in

Panama said it probably would be sometime within the next week or so.
The spokesman quoted Kean as saing the operation would be "hazardous"
and taht the shah would require major blood transfusions during and after the
operation.
AS PREPARATIONS continued, employees and officials at Paitilla Hospital
answered reporters' queries with the one sentence they have been instructed to
give: "We know nothing."
Senior hospital officials met behind closed doors earlier this week to plan the
operation, one source said, and others said an Iranian woman doctor who
accompanies the shah almost everywhere had visited Paitilla'THospital recently.
Tourists on Contradora Island said the shah played his daily two hours of
tennis last weekend, and earlier in the week found a court opponent in former
King Constantine of Greece, toppled from his throne in a 1967 coup.
Contadora is a tourist retreat off Panama's Pacific coast where the shah has
lived since his arrival Dec. 15 from the United States. He underwent gallbladder
surgery and cancer treatment in New York in late October and November and
spent a brief recovery period in Texas.
The shah fled Iran 14 months ago during the final bloody days of the
revolution headed by religious strongman Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, which
culminated in the establishment of an Islamic republic in Iran.
The shah has been living under political asylum in Panama. But the Iranian
government asked on Jan. 23 for his extradition. The Iranian authorities have 60
days to present the necessary documents required under Panama's complicated
extradition laws.

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speaking privately, said they wanted to
make sure there was no possibility of
making progress through the
commission before abandoning it and
deciding on a new strategy.
"We have no false expectations about
the chances the commission can still do
something positive. But we have no.
very desirable options, either," one.
official said.
Another official acknowledged that
the commission members may advise
Vance that there is no point in
continuing their efforts.
Arriving from Geneva yesterday to
confer with Waldheim, Andres Aguilar,
the Venezuelan co-chairman of the U.N.
commission, also refused to
characterize the U.N. efforts to free the
hostages as a failure yet.
U.S. and U.N. officials have charged
that Khomeini's refusal to allow the
commission members to see the 50
hostages held in the embassy since
Nov. 4 was a breach of the agreement
that sent the commission to Iran in the

Vance, Waldheim see
UN commission heads.

first place to investigate its grievances
against the shah.
BUT A U.N. spokesman in New York
said yesterday that the commission did
get to meet the three other American
diplomats held in "protective custody"
in the Iranian Foreign Ministry since
the siege began.
The diplomats, Charge d'Affaires
Bruce Laingen of Bethesda, Md., Victors
L. Tomseth of Springfield, Ore., and
Col. Leland Holland, of Scales, Ill.,
were not in the embassy when it was
seized by Iranian militants.
The U.N. spokesman refused to give
details of the commission's meeting
with the three Americans.
Meanwhile, film of American
hostages in Iran being examined by a
Red Cross doctor was broadcast on
NBC last night.
At least three of the hostages were@
shown-William Gallegos, Barry Rosen
and Rodney V. Sickmann.
NBC said the film was shot by the
Iranian militants. It was shown earlier
on Greek television, NBC said.

A2 schools release

racial balance plan

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(Continued from Page 1)
on Tuesday.
FACULTY MAY also be involved in
the moves, which are expocted to begin
taking place during the 1981-82 school
year.
About 12 per cent of the faculty inthe
elementary schools are minority mem-
bers. Howard said that moving just
one or two faculty members, because of
the small numbers as compared to
students, will have radical effects on
the percentages. The state allows a per-
school deviation of 25 per cent from the
district ratio as a whole in each school..
Howard stressed that additionalkosts
will be minimal, since most of. the
students who will be bused as a result of
the relocations are already. on buses.
He sees no reason at present to add to
the city's fleet of buses, he said.

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