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Woman Bus Rider Faces Court For Refusing to Change Seat ' A warrant charging a colored woman with being disorderly, based on her alleged refusal to change her (seat on a bus from the District to Virginia, today was pending before the Fairfax Trial Justice Court. | It is believed to be the first case of its kind in the nearby Virginia area since the Supreme Court opinion in June prohibiting race segregation of passengers on inter-! state carriers. Mrs. L. E. W. Taylor, 31, of New I York, was arrested on a Virginia j Stage Line bus when it reached Fairfax yesterday on charges sworn to by James M. Garrett, listed by police as the driver. Trial Justice Harry Carrico issued j the warrant on the basis of a 1946 act of the Virginia General Assem- i bly which defines refusal by a bus passenger to move his seat when requested by the operator as dis orderly conduct. Judge Carrico said buses specifically were mentioned in the new amendment. The Supreme Court ruled in a 1930 Virginia act. Judge Carrico would not discuss the charge in the light of the Su preme Court decision, but said the warrant was issued on the basis of the new State law, which makes no racial specifications. He issued the warrant, he said, when the driver said the passenger had refused to move at Falls Church and later when the bus arrived at Fairfax. Two Fairfax policemen served the warrant on Mrs. Taylor in the bus. She deposited $25.25 collateral pend ing a hearing before Judge Carrico September 20. Infant Survives Operation For 'Upside Down' Stomach Four-month-old Walter Bayse, jr., 1200 block North Irving street, Ar lington, Va., was recovering today from an operation for an "upside down" stomach, a condition which almost proved fatal a few days ago. Admitted to Children's Hospital, the child was placed in an oxygen tent where he remained until the operation last night. X-rays disclosed his stomach and large intenstine had slid up into the chest cavity, pushing against the heart and impairing lung functions. The operating surgeon, who asked that his name be withheld, made an incision between two of the boy's ribs and replaced the lower organs in their proper positions. Later X-rays showed the lungs and heart were functioning normally. The surgeon said the condition was due to a congenital defect and that while the “upside-down” stom ach disorder is encountered fairly often, it was unusual for the child to live through such an advanced stage of the condition. ICE CREAM • Don't miss Brayors Chorry Custard Ico Croam # Jap Rail Strike Averted TOKYO. Sept. IS OPV—Japan'* threatened 24-hour nation-wide rail strike appeared averted today after the Transportation Ministry said the government would not discharge' 75,000 workers as planned in a peacetime retrenchment. CAMERAS PROJECTORS. EQUIPMENT DARK ROOM SUPPLIES WE BUT. SELL. 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