IVU Executive Committee 1963-65
The Vegetarian World Forum - No. 4 Vol. 3 - WINTER 1949
Included an article on 'The Spritual Background of Nature Cure' - by Ronald Lightowler (not available online)
The Vegetarian World Forum - No. 4 Vol. 4 - WINTER 1950
STOP PRESS NEWS - Our sincere congratulations and best wishes to Mr. Ronald Lightowler on his appointment as Secretary to London Vegetarian Society;
13th IVU World Vegetarian Congress 1953,
large group photo shows Mr. Lighowler attending
photo right: At Sigtuna
Dr.Frank Wokes (London V.S. Delegate), Mrs Wokes, Mrs Masterson, Mr Stuart Healey, (Vegetarian Society Delegate), and Mr Ronald Lightowler (Secretary London Vegetarian Society).
14th World Vegetarian Congress 1955, Paris, France
Among the official delegates in the party of seventy from Great Britain were . . . Mr. Ronald Lightowler (the London Vegetarian Society;)
THIS year two delegates from the London Vegetarian Society attended the Congress, these being Dr. Douglas Latto, who is a member of the London Vegetarian Society's Executive Committee, and the Secretary, Mr. Ronald Lightowler.
photo right: IVU Congress - Mlle.Elaine Caron, one of the French helpers, with Mr. Ronald Lightowler (Secretary, the London Vegetarian Society); Mr Geoffrey Mills (The Vegetarian Society Executive Committee) and Mr Wyman (Gloucester V.S.)
The Vegetarian World Forum - No. 3 Vol. IX - Autumn 1955 pp.46-49:
REPORTS OF DELEGATES (from the Paris Congress)
The London Vegetarian Society (Mr. Ronald Lightowler) gave British medical and scientific opinions on vegetarian diet: (detailed extracts)
The Vegetarian World Forum - No. 2 Vol. XI - SUMMER 1957 pp.42-49:
The London Vegetarian Society sends warmest greetings to the many millions of vegetarians in India and greatly hopes that the forthcoming XVth International Vegetarian Congress to be held in Bombay will strengthen the ties between us and between vegetarians in all parts of the world.
Our own Society already has many personal links with India and we are proud to have had the honour of having numbered your great leader Mahatma Gandhi among our members, as well as at the present time Mrs. Rukmini Devi Arundale, whose humanitarian work we so greatly admire.
May India be saved from the delusion of regarding all Western ways as being those of true progress, for undoubtedly the habit of flesh-eating has brought to the West a terrible toll of disease and misery to the human and sub-human kingdoms.
Let us stand strongly together in our testimony of that way of life which aims to ultimately eliminate all slaughter and exploitation of animals,, the general adoption of which would also make it possible for all people of the earth to be properly fed.
RONALD LIGHTOWLER (Secretary, The London Vegetarian Society)
15th World Vegetarian Congress 1957, Delhi/Bombay/Madras/Calcutta, India
MESSAGES AND GREETINGS
Ronald Lightowler, Secretary, The London Vegetarian Society
May India be saved from the delusion of regarding all Western ways as being those of true progress, for undoubtedly the habit of flesh-eating has brought to the West a terrible toll of disease and misery both to the human and sub-human kingdoms.
Let us stand strongly together in our testimony of that way of life which aims ultimately to eliminate all slaughter and exploitation of animals, the general adoption of which would also make it possible for all people of the earth to be properly fed.
The Vegetarian World Forum - No. 2 Vol. XII - JULY 1958
AFFILIATED SOCIETIES (of IVU)
London V.S., Mr. Ronald Lightowler, 53 Marloes Road, Kensington, London W.8.
17th World Vegetarian Congress 1963, Barcelona, Spain
The following were re-elected and elected: . . . Treasurer: Mr Ronald M Lightowler (UK) . . .
10 November 1963,
MEETING OF THE INTERNATIONAL VEGETARIAN UNION EXCECUTIVE COMMITTEE, The Ambassador Hotel, The Hague, Holland
Apologies and regrets at not being able to attend from . . . Treasurer, Mr Lightowler.
MEETINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL VEGETARIAN UNION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE held at Paris: 24-26 April 1964
TREASURER Mr Lightowler having stated that he had not really wished to be appointed at the Barcelona Congress and having written asking to be released his resignation was accepted with regret.
18th World Vegetarian Congress 1965, Swanwick, England
Mr Geoffrey Rudd and Mr Ronald Lightowler spoke for the two National societies in England,
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