TOKYO, August 30 The news from the Middle East is encouraging. Egypt and Israel have signed their interim peace accord regarding the separation of military forces in the Sinai. Last night the Israeli ambassador to Japan, honoring Mr. Armstrong for his efforts to bring about better understanding between the peoples of Egypt and Israel, was also optimistic over the Sinai agreement. Thus Mr. Kissinger's perseverance in pressuring and promising Israel, while keeping Egypt basically in accord since the collapse of his last efforts, has paid off. Yet there is growing concern among many American political leaders in Congress that the use of U.S. citizens (civilian volunteers) to man the early warning system in the buffer zone may lead the nation into another unwanted war - another Vietnam.
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