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NEW YORK--A security Council sub-committee tonight invited all 51 members of the United National to submit pertinent evidence on the Polish charge that the Spanish regime of Generalissimo Francisco Franco endangers world peace.
The sub-committee of five nations named by the Council to investigate the Spanish situation issued its invitations after a two hour secret meeting at which documents already submitted were studied. The committee recessed until 3 P. M. Monday.
So far, if was made known, the United Nations has received 461 telegrams and letters from non-governmental sources concerning Spain. Five of them objected to "outside interference" with Spain. All others were hostile to the Franco regime
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