Passengers who returned to the U. S. last week on the S. S. Belgenland treasured, among souvenirs of a world cruise, copies of a leaflet handed to each of them by courteous white-gloved Tokyo policemen.
Carefully written in English for the benefit of foreigners, this pamphlet listed Japan's "Rules of the Road and Hints to Motorists." In part these Rules read:
"1) At the rise of the hand of policeman, stop rapidly. Do not pass or otherwise disrespect him.
"2) When passenger of the foot hove in sight, tootle the born. Trumpet melodiously at...