Ohio court OKs order that dad can’t have more kids
ELYRIA, Ohio — An Ohio appealscourt has upheld a judge’s order that adeadbeat father can’t have more kidsuntil he pays his back child support.The decision this week by the 9thDistrict Court of Appeals didn’t providean opinion about whether the judge’sorder was appropriate. Instead theappeals court said it didn’t have enoughinformation to decide the merits of thecase without a copy of the pre-sentencereport detailing Asim Taylor’s back-ground.In January 2013, Lorain CountyProbate Judge James Walther said Taylorcouldn’t have more children while he ison probation for ﬁve years. The judgesaid the order would be lifted if Taylorpays nearly $100,000 in overdue sup-port for his four children.The (Elyria) Chronicle-Telegramreports that Taylor’s attorney is arguingthat the order violates his right toreproduce.
‘Holy traffic cones’become symbol of Thai crisis
BANGKOK — Thailand’s politicallexicon has a new term: the Holy TrafﬁcCone.The term went viral this week after aseries of vicious attacks on motoristswho moved trafﬁc cones that anti-gov-ernment protesters had arbitrarilyplaced near rally sites.Amix of outrage and creativitysparked political cartoons and onlinepostings, including a widely sharedFacebook photograph that shows ﬁvemen kneeling in prayer with headsbowed to a cone on the street.The message “Don’t touch the cone!”is circulating online. Acartoon listingobjects that cannot be moved inThailand depicts historical monumentsand a trafﬁc cone.Thai Politictionary, a website of Thaipolitical terms, added the term “HolyCone” to its site Monday. Deﬁnition: “asacred trafﬁc barrier” deployed by secu-rity guards for the protest movement.“Whoever dares to touch, move ordestroy the cone may be physicallyassaulted.”The orange pylon has come to sym-bolize the growing sense of hopeless-ness many Thais feel over the some-times violent upheaval that has left thecountry in political disarray with bleakprospects for a resolution anytimesoon.Last week a court sacked PrimeMinister Yingluck Shinawatra for nepo-tism, though her party remains heavilyinﬂuenced from abroad by her brother,former Prime Minister ThaksinShinawatra. Government opponentsvow to keep protesting until a new,unelected government takes over tobegin political reforms, whileYingluck’s supporters say they willtake to the streets if that happens.Parliament was dissolved late lastyear, the results of partial elections inFebruary were thrown out and it is like-ly that political tensions will scuttlethe caretaker government’s plan to holdelections in July.Both government supporters andopponents have been blamed for vio-lence that has killed more than 20 peo-ple and injured hundreds more sinceanti-government protests began inNovember, but it is the protest move-ment’s “security guards” — its hiredtoughs — who have been accused in therecent attacks over trafﬁc cones.AThai military colonel was shot inthe legs and beaten, allegedly byprotest guards, on April 25 when hetried to move a cone blocking his routehome.On Friday, cell phone video footagethat went viral allegedly showed protestguards repeatedly punching a motoristthrough his car window after he tried tomove a cone on a Bangkok toll road.The third and most attention-grab-bing attack came Saturday, when an icedelivery man was stabbed repeatedly inhis chest and stomach for moving acone to make a delivery. The manremained under intensive care at aBangkok hospital Wednesday.No one has been arrested for theattacks.“This is not just ridiculous and absurd,this is lawlessness,” said PavinChachavalpongpun, an associate pro-fessor at Kyoto University’s Center forSoutheast Asian Studies.
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The Secretary of Health andHuman Services,Kathleen Sebelius,is 66.
This Day in HistoryThought for the Day
Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace wasshot and left paralyzed by Arthur H.Bremer while campaigning in Laurel,Maryland, for the Democratic presi-dential nomination.
“History is a better guide than good intentions.”
— Jeane J.Kirkpatrick,U.S.ambassador to the United Nations
Countercultureicon Wavy Gravy is78.Football Hall-of-Famer EmmittSmith is 45.
Israeli border policemen stand near a bulldozer as it demolishes a temporary structure in the West Bank Jewish settleroutpost of Maale Rehavam,near to Bethlehem .
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, English navigator Bartholomew Gosnold and hisship, the Concord, arrived at present-day Cape Cod, whichhe’s credited with naming.
, Virginia endorsed American independence fromBritain.
Edouard Manet’s painting “Le dejeuner sur l’herbe”(The Lunch on the Grass) went on display in Paris, scandaliz-ing viewers with its depiction of a nude woman seated on theground with two fully dressed men at a picnic in a woodedarea.
the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Standard Oil Co.was a monopoly in violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act,and ordered its breakup.
, registered nurse Ellen Church, the ﬁrst airline stew-ardess, went on duty aboard an Oakland-to-Chicago ﬂightoperated by Boeing Air Transport (a forerunner of UnitedAirlines).
, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed a measurecreating the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps, whose memberscame to be known as WACs. Wartime gasoline rationing wentinto effect in 17 Eastern states, limiting sales to three gal-lons a week for non-essential vehicles.
, the Fender Stratocaster guitar, created by LeoFender, was ofﬁcially released.
astronaut L. Gordon Cooper blasted off aboardFaith 7 on the ﬁnal mission of the Project Mercury space pro-gram.
three Palestinian inﬁltrators took 100 pupilshostage at a school in the town of Maalot in northern Israel;the gunmen killed 22 children as Israeli troops stormed thebuilding, killing the hostage-takers.
, U.S. forces invaded the Cambodian island of KohTang and recaptured the American merchant ship Mayaguez.
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Playwright Sir Peter Shaffer is 88. Actress-singer AnnaMaria Alberghetti is 78. Former Secretary of State MadeleineAlbright is 77. Singer Trini Lopez is 77. Singer Lenny Welchis 76. Actress-singer Lainie Kazan is 74. Actress GunillaHutton is 72. Country singer K.T. Oslin is 72. Singer-song-writer Brian Eno is 66. Actor Nicholas Hammond (Film: “TheSound of Music”) is 64. Actor Chazz Palminteri is 62.Baseball Hall-of-Famer George Brett is 61. Musician-com-poser Mike Oldﬁeld is 61. Actor Lee Horsley is 59.
The Daily Derby race winners are Lucky Charms,No.12,in first place;Hot Shot,No.3,in secondplace;and Whirl Win,No.6 in third place.The racetime was clocked at 1:45.31.
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