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SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS Town Planning Study By W.A. Woman Miss Margaret Feilman, of Mountjoy-road, Nedlands, has been awarded a British Coun cil scholarship for 1948-49. At present employed in Melbourne m the town planning section of the Department of Works and Housing, she plans to study for a town planning degree at the Durham University. The scope of the British Coun cil's scholarship was extended this year to non-academic stu dents. Apart from Miss Feil man, the only West Australian
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winner, a public health of ficer and a hospital matron spe cialising in obstetrics have been awarded scholarships together with a lecturer in history, a director of travelling art and a woman doctor who will study child health work in England. The scholarships are for at least one year and are valued at £430 each an academic year plus travelling expenses. REGISTERED ARCHITECT. Aged 27, Miss Feilman is a graduate of the University of W.A. She obtained her Bache lor of Arts degree as a part time student after obtaining her Leaving certificate from Perth College. She is also a regis tered architect.