A new effort to end the impasse between the United States and the Philippines over the terms of U.S. access to strategic bases in the Philippines ended with no apparent narrowing of differences. "There has been nothing to justify my saying that we are closer together," Philippines Foreign Secretary Raul Manglapus told reporters after a 45-minute meeting Tuesday with Secretary of State George P. Shultz at the State Department. The major issue in the talks is U.S. compensation to the Philippines for use of the bases. Manglapus, who also plans meetings with Defense Secretary Frank Carlucci and congressional leaders during his visit, said the two sides are not far apart on a cash aid figure.