Mr. J. S. WOODSWORTH (Winnipeg North Centre):
Mr. Speaker, according to the morning paper Great Britain is heading a number of nations in a proposal to put an embargo on the shipment of armaments to the disputants Bolivia and Paraguay. I understand that in this matter Great Britain seeks cooperation of the United States. I believe that we are not shipping any armaments, but that our people are very much interested in a movement of this kind. I have wondered whether the government could see its way clear to make a statement of endorsation or congratulation of Great Britain upon the stand she seems to be taking at this time.
Subtopic: EFFORT TO STOP HOSTILITIES BY EMBARGO ON SHIPMENT OF ARMS