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CAIRO, March 21--U.N. Secretary Dag Hammerskjold is taking the line that Israel will have to withdraw from a little triangle of land in the Negeb Desert to establish legal right to send ships through the Suez Canal.

This was reported by informed diplomats as Hammarskjold met Egyptian President Nasser tonight to explore the tangle of Middle East issues. They include such varied problems as the Gaza Strip, Suez and the Gulf of Aqaba that have become snarled in the same ball of twine.

Before they met, Hammarskjold talked with Egyptian Foreign Minister Mahmoud Fawzi for three hours.

The connection between the little triangle in the Negeb, the so-called El Auja demilitarized zone, and Israel's rights in the Suez Canal, is highly important to the legal-minded Hammarskjold, the informants said.

Ike, Macmillan Agree

TUCKER'S TOWN, Bermuda, March 21--President Eisenhower and Prime Minister Macmillan today reached "a gratifying measure of agreement" in their talks on how to ease Middle East tension.

An official spokesman for the two leaders put it that way after the President and Prime Minister had discussed Middle East problems for about four hours in two meetings.

Eisenhower and Macmillan put the Middle East first in their their first day of formal consultations aimed at bolstering British-American unity.

They pledged there would be no recriminations over spilt milk on either side and Eisenhower called British-American friendship the core of any free world alliance.

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