BERMUDA: Even the King!

Rumors titillated last week in the island of Bermuda, where the Assembly decades ago voted to outlaw automobiles, that loggerheading Lieut.-General Sir Reginald John Thoroton Hildyard, K.C.B., D.S.O. will go back to England and stay there unless as Governor of Bermuda he is permitted to have a motor car. Before the Assembly itself it was hotly argued for Sir Reginald that the 100 troops under his command ride in motor trucks, that even the island's garbage is collected by motor lorry, so it is unseemly, illogical, ridiculous and in bad taste...

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