THIS DAY IN OUR PAST

The fol­low­ing events took place on Novem­ber 11 in the years iden­ti­fied:

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1966:Na­tion The State of the

De­bate con­tin­ues in the Se­nate and will re­sume on Novem­ber 18, when the Se­nate meets again. There is only one speaker in the de­bate, Se­na­tor Ge­orge Ran­glin, who is speak­ing when the ad­journ­ment is taken. Ear­lier, the Se­nate pass two bills – one amend­ing the Ja­maica School of Agri­cul­ture Law to make new pro­vi­sions for the ap­point­ment of a board of man­age­ment be­cause pre­scrip­tions is­sued to them sev­eral weeks be­fore re­mained un­filled, although they had been at­tend­ing at the hospi­tal for sev­eral days run­ning. 1971:$20,000 Cheques to­talling

for a schol­ar­ship to be known as the LE and NN Ashen­heim Law Schol­ar­ship, is pre­sented to the vice-chan­cel­lor of the Univer­sity of the West Indies, Roy Mar­shall, by Neville Ashen­heim, chair­man of Clay­more Lim­ited, and Les­lie Ashen­heim, chair­man of JJB Lim­ited. Neville, a so­lic­i­tor, is leader of govern­ment busi­ness in the Se­nate, while his brother Les­lie Ashen­heim is a so­lic­i­tor in pri­vate prac­tice.The schol­ar­ship, which will be open to Ja­maica na­tion­als, is ten­able for three years. It is val­ued at $11,000 per year and can be awarded ev­ery sec­ond year. Re­cip­i­ents of the schol­ar­ship will be given the schol­ar­ship on the ba­sis of merit and fi­nan­cial needs.

–The Gleaner Archives

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