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Peace formula eluding leaders: 'Still beyond grasp'
Camp David, Md.-A peace formula eluded leaders at
the Mideast summit Thursday and prospects for an early
windup seemed to fade. Spokesman Jody Powell said
"more progress and .more flexibility are essential" if
President Carter's conference with Egyptian President
Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin
is to succeed.
At a briefing only 24 hours after he had declared the
summit to be in its "final stages," Powell told reporters "a
framework for reaching peace" was still beyond grasp.
"How long the final stages will last is a matter of some
conjecture," Power said, speaking for all three govern
ments at Camp David. "The final stage could be the long
At the same time, diplomatic sources who had said
earlier in the day that the summit appeared headed
toward a windup by Friday were edging away from their
forecast. The official said Powell was trying to curb
optimistic news report indicating an early end for the
Powell's call for more flexibility came in a formal
statement approved by all three delegations. The state
ment claimed continuing progress-without providing
specifics-and said "the intense efforts of the past few days
Responding to questions, Powell insisted that the
summit was not "at a stalemate."
One of the key issues on the table is how the document
will deal with the future of the 1.1 million Palestinian
Arabs now living under Israeli military control on the
West Bank of the Jordan River and in the Gaza district of
the Sinai desert.
Before the summit, Israel indicated its willingness to
take up the question after a five-year period of civil self
rule proposed by Begin last December but rejected by
Sadat as inadequate.
A compromise was understood to be under discussion.
Israel would commit itself to a decision at the end of five
years-but not promise any particular course of action in
Powell said he had been authorized by the Israeli
government to "deny emphatically" a published report
that Begin had agreedi in principle at Camp David to an
Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank.
Earlier, Israeli officials who barred the use of their
names denied as "pure, unadulterated, undiluted rubbish"
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Begin had committed Israel to withdrawal.
Probation plea rejected
Lincoln-The State Parole Board Thursday unanimous
ly rejected the bid for freedom of James l eroy Fish, who
has served more than 25 years for the murder of a state
The board's 5-0-decision followed a two-hour hearing
during which Fish told the panel, "I think I've come to
the point in my life where I don't have much left of it
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Teachers salaries scrutinized
Washington -Teachers salaries are rising faster in states
without compulsory collective bargaining laws for
teachers than in states with such laws, a conservative
The Public Service Research Council of Vienna, Va.,
said that in 19 states without the laws, teachers' salaries
went up an average of 40.5 percent from 1970 to 1976. In
30 states with the bargaining laws, the average increase
was 36.6 percent.
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