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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 17, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8A — Herald-Zeitunc — Sunday, April 17, 2011 PALIN: WIS. DOING RIGHT THING WITH UNIONS MAI )ISON, Wis. — Sarah Palin told a rally on Saturday that Wisconsin’s governor is doing right hy demanding more concessions from public employees’ unions. Braving snow showers and a frigid wind outside the state Gapitol building, the former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate told tea partyers she’s glad to stand with Republican Gov. Scott Walker. I lundreds of labor supporters surrounded the rally, trying to drown Palin out with chants of “Hey-hey, ho-ho, Scott Walker has got to go!” and "Recall Walker!” Hey, folks! 1 le’s trying to save your jobs and your pensions! Palin yelled into the microphone. "Your governor did the right thing and you won! Your beautiful state won! And people still have their jobs!” BOGUS MILITIA MARCHED IN PARADES LOS ANGELES — They didn’t have Army haircuts. Their boots didn’t shine. And their uniforms didn’t look right. ILS. Army veteran Joaquin Lim sensed something was amiss with the troop that had popped up at civic events in Southern (California’s Chinese-American communities. At a flag-raising ceremony honoring a Chinese holiday, the Walnut city councilman stopped one of the recruits and asked to see his military II). "There were actually typos on the ID card,” Urn said. Right away, I knew something was wrong.” Those suspicions came into the spotlight Thesday when authorities arrested the so-called "supreme commander” of the U.S. Army/Military Special Forces Reserve unit and charged him with duping Chinese immigrants into thinking they had truly enlisted in the American armed forces. 1 DEAD IN SKYDIVING COLLISION ABOVE AIRPORT PERRIS, Calif. — TWo weeks after a pair of experienced skydivers collided and plunged to their deaths, a similar accident in southern California has left one skydiver dead and another in critical condition. The jumpers’ parachutes collided and got entangled about 200 feet above the ground Friday, a day before a memorial jump to honor the victims of the previous crash, PfeiTis Valley Skydiving manager Dan Brodsky-Chenfeld said. In both of these situations, it was two very experienced people on days when there was hardly any other people in the air, lie said. “And somehow they lost track of each other and ran into each other. It s dumbfounding to us.” NEW BRAUNFELS CEMETERY CLEANUP ASHLEY LANDIS/Herald-Zeitung correspondent Volunteers Ethan House, 12, Geneka Peirson, 11, and Brandon Best, middle school pastor of Oakwood Baptist Church, scrub a tombstone Saturday at New Braunfels Cemetery. The tombstones were cleaned with water, mild soap and brushes Spring storms kill 17 in 4 states The Associated Press The storms that smacked the Midwest and South with howling winds and pounding rain left 17 people dead in four states. 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Rescue operation under way at silver mine BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A rescue team worked to find a missing miner Saturday by clearing debris from a collapsed tunnel 6,150 feet underground at a northern Idaho silver mine, officials said. Hecia Mining Company President Phil Baker said the collapse at the Lucky Friday Mine occurred Friday afternoon dose to where two employees were working. ()ne worker escaped without injuries, but there’s been no contact with the other, whose condition was unknown. I he missing miner’s name was not released. "We are doing every effort possible to expedite this in a safe manner,” said Melanie f lennessey, a company spokeswoman. “It is a rescue mission.” A 10-member rescue team was part of the rescue operation under way at the site in Mullan, Idaho, an historic mining town of 840 people. Baker said additional equipment was being flown in to allow crews to use a front-end loader remotely to dig away the material. “We’re securing the ground as we go,” Baker said. 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