Yates also currently sits on the Atlantic Council's Board of Directors. Join Facebook to connect with Mary Yates and others you may know. Died on September 1, 2012, five months after the death of her husband, View agent, publicist, legal and company contact details on IMDbPro. She enrolled in Dudley School of Art.  At her parents' request she used the name May Yates for this, as it was thought unseemly for a woman of the Corkling family to be a public figure. Mary Yates, Self: Mike Wallace Remembers.  However, the message became harder to put forward during the First World War, when "war bread" was introduced, although it was created according to recipes that Corkling had supplied.
In 1878, she had a painting shown at the Royal Academy. |  In 1892 The Staff of Life by "May Yates" was published in the Society's journal, The Vegetarian. Mary Carlin Yates (born 1946 in Portland, Oregon) was a Foreign Service Officer at the U.S. State Department and was one of two deputy commanders of the United States Africa Command until June 2009. She was married to Mike Wallace and Ted Yates.She died on September … Corkling promoted whole grains, vegetarianism and condemned alcohol and white bread.
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Corkling mainly painted flowers and figures. Mary Ann Yates Corkling aka May Yates (18 May 1850 – 30 May 1938) was an English painter, who became a food reformer.
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Her two final assignments were as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for African Affairs at the National Security Council (NSC) of the White House from January 2011- August 2011 and as the Senior Advisor for Strategic Planning and Special Assistant to the President from June 2009 – December 2010.  She influenced Mahatma Gandhi to support the whole grain movement. Her husband John M. Yates is U.S. Special Envoy to Somalia. She was married to Mike Wallace and Ted Yates. | Yates retired in September 2011 after 31 years. She sold her own jewellery to fund experiments to wean Manchester from the popular white wheaten bread. Mary Carlin Yates (born 1946 in Portland, Oregon) was a Foreign Service Officer at the U.S. State Department and was one of two deputy commanders of the United States Africa Command until June 2009. Afficher les profils des personnes qui s’appellent Yates Mary. Ambassador to the Republic of Burundi from 1999 until June 2002, and as U.S. She spread news of the claimed health benefits for wholemeal bread and became a vegetarian out of her regard for other animals. She spread news of the claimed health benefits for wholemeal bread and became a vegetarian out of her regard for other animals. She died on September 1, 2012 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
Mary Yates was born on March 8, 1929 in La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA as Mary Grace Olberg. Around that time, she also travelled to Belgium to speak to large audiences in French. Other Works She spoke of humanity's obligation to other animals and in 1901 led the Women's Vegetarian Union briefly.. However, she chanced to copy a painting and do some drawing from life, which revealed a talent for painting.  In 1875 she exhibited with the Society of Lady Artists and several other galleries. Soon membership of the Ladies' Sanitary Association showed her burgeoning interest in social reform. Mary Yates was born on March 8, 1929 in La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA as Mary Grace Olberg. Mary Ann Yates Corkling aka May Yates (18 May 1850 – 30 May 1938) was an English painter, who became a food reformer. This led to the formation of a Bread Reform League in 1880 at Kensington Town Hall, with Corkling leading it.