Partition planLAKE SUCCESS, Nov. 21 (AP)—A modified plan for partitioning Palestine, designed principally to meet objections raised by Britain, was agreed upon tonight by a United Nations subcommittee.

The United States and Russian delegates on the subcommittee notified delegates that their governments had agreed to the modifications. A British delegate said the new version of the partition plan would be sent to his government and that he had no comment now on its attitude.

The revised plan, which still carries the essential plan for cutting Palestine into Jewish and Arab states, will go to the full 57-member Palestine committee of the United Nations Assembly tomorrow for debate.

The Palestine question is the only issue to be settled before the 1947 session of the Assembly is completed.