SPAIN: Roundup

The bells of "Madrid's venerable Town Hall pealed out a quarter to midnight. In front of the unpretentious apartment house at No. 10 Calle de la Vega the night watchman banged his stick on the sidewalk, clanked a ring of keys, then unlocked the door for a party of four plainclothesmen. The visitors walked up the stairs to the apartment of Don Bernardo Bernardez, 63, respected executive of the Banco Iberico and well-known elder of Spain's monarchist movement.

The policemen searched the apartment, gathered up a bundle of papers. Don Bernardo crammed...

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