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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 24, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM | Wednesday, August 24, 2011 | 3  OBITUARIES  HOW TO SUBMIT AN OBITUARY  ■    By Email — obits®herald-Z8itung com '  ■    By Tsiaphon« — Call 62&-9144, ext 214 (Saturday: ext 721) Obitusries are paid fKivertisBments.  Donald Louis Carl Schraub  i^onalfl Louis Carl Sc hraub, age 72 of St’guin, passed away on August 22, 201 1.  A memorial service celebrating Donald's life will be held on Friday,  August 2f), 2011 at Christ Lutheran C hurch of t'lm C rc'ek at i:Oi) [).m. with Pastor Anne* Kolmeier and Pastor lamc's "lim" Witsc horke offic iat-ing. Private interment will Sc hraub and niece, Terry  I'ODAY'SSKHVICHS  ■ GUERRERO, Joe R, Funeral Mass 10 a.m. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Interment to follow in Guadalupe Memorial Park.  ONLINE EXCLUSIVE  To comment on obituaries or to read comments made by others, visit herald-zeitung.com  be h(‘ld at a later date at ( hrist lulheran of FIm C rc-ek C’emetery.  Donald was born on Novembc'r 18, 19 i8 in La Vcrnia, Texas to Harry and Annie Koc‘(>[) Schr.iun. Lie* graduated from LaVernia High Sc hool as Valedic -torian ot his c lass. He received his Bachelor's Degree from the University of Texas and his Master's Degrc'e from Southwest Texas State* (now Tc'xas State* Univ(*rsity). As a young man, Donald liegan his working carc*er witli a |)a[)er roLite on .t bicvcle and lat(*r gradual-c‘d to a motorcycle.  He worked in c*ducation tor numerous yc'.irs, starting out as a tc*ac her and latc'r counselor, lollowing h(> becamc* a bc'c'r distributor for both P(*arl and Miller products. 11e proudly servc'd <is (juacialupe ( ounty judge Irom 2002 to 20()i). H(* w<is a mem-bc*r of ( hrist Lutheran ( hurc h ot him ( rcc'k and assoc iate mc*nil)er ot St. jolm's Lutheran ( hurch in Marion. I k* was a 50 yc\ir mason with the* Brahan Masoni( I ()clgc* ^22() A. 1. iS, A.M. in La V(*rnia, The* ()rfler ot the Sons of Hermann and a formc'r mc’m-ber ot lh(* Sc*guin Noon 1 ions ( hib.  Donald is precedc'd iii (IcMth l)\ ills |) a rents, brother, Harry Schraub, jr., sister-in-l.uv, ln<'/  Schraub.  Survivors include his loving wife of 25 years, Gloria Mikolajczyk Schraub; son, Donald "D. L." Schraub, jr. and wife Lisa; daughter, Shannon Turkewitz and husband |oel; step-sons, Dustin Erwin and fiance* Kristy lc)hnson, and Chad Erwin and wife Kristalle; sister, Vernell Richter and husband Paul; grandchildren,  ( ec elia and Sebastian Tu rkc* w i t z ; St eji-gra nc Ic h i I -dren, jay, Kendall and Kasc*y Re()ka, Kearsen, Tak and Kahlan Erwin; his bc'loved dog, Gus; numerous niecc*s, nephc'ws, sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law and numc'rous other iamily and friends.  Donald .rnd Gloria trav-ellc'd throughout the United States, Mexico and Furo|)e. Donald loved adventure* and sailed a boat calk'd "The journey" through the ( aribbean. He lovc'cl hunting and outdoor sports. H(* Itvc'd lit(' to the tujl('sl and (*njoyecl sc*rving in liis community. In lieu ot llowers, memorial contributions may be made to the cl'iarity of one's cho({ e.  \'ou arc* invitc'd to sign the guesi book .0 w ww.treshc*w(*l j .c om. Arrangements <irc> under the ciirc'i lion of Tres Hc'well Mortuarv, 165 Tor Dr., Seguin, Tc'xas, 78155, 8U)-54‘)-5‘M2.  Pauline Senesac  Paulinc“ Sc'nc'sac, 85 years young (Lincc'd into eternity w iih hc'i jc*sus, on August 1 ^)th, 2011. What a blc'ss-ing to liave her .is a mothc*r, grand-motlier, tnend or sister in (Jirist.  Born Noveml)er 12th, 192 5 in Ikirttord ( onn. To ( harlc*s ¿v Mary Wranis. She* graduated Irigh s( hool in 1944, and nursc*s training as KN in 1947. She married lier loving husl)and, joseph St'nesat in 1948 l)eing blessed with (> sons and 1 daughter. There were* many work rt'locations from ( alilornia, ( onnc*c ti-(ut, Ohio, Texas, Illinois through 49 plus years of marriage* until joe's ck*ath in 1997.  She* loved to travel, gar-de*n, sc’W, craft, tare for the siek, transport patients to dr. af)pt., reaching out in whatc've'r way she could.  At the age* of 72 she w.is born ag.iin and k*ll in love with lesus and church iam-ilv. She was involved with women's niinistiA', intc*re es-sory |)rayer, mission trips to Acuna, Mexico. Loved  Sharon Lynn Alexander  Bc*loved Daughter, Sister, Mother,  Grandmother, Grc^at Grandmother and Friend - Went tc) be* with he*r Lord Aug. 19, 2011, to be joined with so many that have gone before her. She will be remewbered fore*ver for he*r humor and her Love of Lite, for Family and all that knew her. As an inspiration and great sourcc* of knowledge, this adventur- A "Memorial / ((*le*bra-  Joe R. Guerrero  joe R. Guerrero, 58, f)assed on to heaven f)eac(‘fully on August 19, 2011, with family by his side in New Braunfels, TX.  Our breather, uncle, nephc'W, son, loving husband, and tnend, also known as "joe* Nasty", is reunited with his father. Albino (iUerr(*ro, Sr. ,uid sister-in-law, Christina (lue^rrc'ro..  Visitation will continue until 9: VO a.m. Wc*dn(*sday  at the^Miller Furx^l Home A procession will depart the funeral borne Wednesday, August 24, 2011 at 9: U) a.m. for a 1();00 a.m. mass at Our Lady of f’erpetual He*lp Cathc)lic C hurch, Inte'r-ment will follow in the Ckjad.i Iu[ K* Val te *y Mt*m( >ri-a I Park.  /(«ÍUJÍR R INHRAL ilOMH  F iiniT.íis ft C nMTi.itmns  I jignjty  his    Hr.ninh'i  (HK)) b2.S-2.í4‘í  ous Woman will be missed, l)ut those that harl the good fortune to know her, will all be the bc‘tter for it.  Wilbert Voigt  Wilbert Voigt, a rc'sident of Ne*w Braunfels, [)assed away on Sunday, August 21, 2011 at (iuadatujx- Re*gion-al Me*dic al (c*nter in Seguin at the* age ot 72.  WillX'rt vv.is lx )rn on A()ril 2 i, I‘)i9 m Cjuadaluf)e* C\)unty to Ernst Voigt and Agatha Froelich Voigt. Wilbe*rt later marric'd Pt'ggy (ic'rcle'sVoigt, who preK c‘dc*d him in death on May 7, 20(K).  VVillx’rt sc'rvc'd his country firoudly in the* Unitc'd State's Army. In addition, he* retire'd as a weave'r from Mission Valley Te*xfil(* Mill ot Ne*w Braunk'ls ,liter 45-ye*ars of se*rvice.  Wilbert was prec e*ele*d in dcMth by his wife; parents and by a son, Dennis Voigt  H(* is survived by his daughter, Nancy Villalobos and husband, C'iabrie*l; son, Lee* Voigt; grande hildre*n,  being a ^re e tc I it ('anyon Lake Aglow alw.ivs shining for je-sus.  Survive'd by a brother ( huck and wik* loan Ve*ra-nis. Son's David, Steve*n and k)seph from California. Michael, jeffrey, Ki( hard and wite Robin, ( anyon l ake , daughter Denise .uid husband Ron Anderson, Bae lilt, Tx. 5 grandc hildrc'n and 8 grc*at-granckhildren.  A celebration ot her lite, taith and stre*ngth will be («’ 10:00 am, Friday, August 2()th 2011 at ( hurch in the Wildwood, ( anyon Lake*, Texas. Church 8 50-899-2 149. Pastor john Massey will officiate.  # KIPS Rrst  Vaccination: for Health or Profit? Part HI  Bart Classen, M.D., is the world's foreniosl expert on the vattine-diabeles conniH tion. He feels that the risk of diabetes from vatt ination far uutniHnhers any potential benefits. His study, published in the British Medical journal, revealed a 147'*,, increase in the rate of diabetes seen in approximately 11 b,0()0 vaccinated children. The effec ts of vacc ination on the produclion of diabetes, asthma, autism, polio, AIDS, and even cancer are a worldwide issue. According to Barbara Loe-Fisher, President of the National Vaccination Information Center in Virginia and author of several b<K>ks about vaccines including Vaccines, Autism, & Chronic  P»kl AdvftriilniB  Inflammation: The New Epidemic, said in her 2002 testimony before the California Senate Committee on Health and Human Service's,"... in 1980, c hildren in America were told to get 2 } doses of 7 vaccines. Today, children are told to get 'M doses of n vact ines." Please research for yourself what these numbers are today in 2011. Does it seem excessive?  United States Representative Dan Burton from Illinois called for a congressional hearing on vaccinc*s in 20t)H after his grandson developed autistic qua|itit‘s (wo days after the child was vaccinated. This hearing revealed that drug companies used excessive  tion of life" will lie* hc*ld on Saturday Aug. 27,2011 from 10;OOAM - 1:00 PM at her home* in ( anyon Lake* Texas.  Adela B. Muñoz  Funeral árrangeme'nts are* pe*ndrng at Lux Func‘ral Home* K (;re*m,ition Service*s tor Ade*la B. Muñoz, who passc'd ,iway on Sund.iy August 21, 2011 al ht‘r resideniee in Ne*w Braunk'ls at the* age* ot 82.  Mark, Vie tona ,ind Saman-tha; siste*rs, May lou Pre'uss and k)olie Boe‘hringe*r.  Visit.ition will take plae e from 5:00 PM lo 9:00 PN\ (>n fhursdav, August 25, 201 1 at the lux I iinc'ral Home ( ha[)e*l, 1254 Busi nc*ss ^5 N. with a Rosarv' to be* re( íted at 7:00 PM.  The* funeral service is se hc'duk'd tor 10:(K) AM í>n Fridav, August 26, 201 1 at the I Lix Funeral Home ( hap(*l. Burial will lollow at ( omal ( ('me*t(*rv. To le*av(* a me'ssage tor the tamily, go to  www.luxth  ( ares.( om and sele*{ t ()bit-uari(*s.  Arr,ingemc‘nts are* undi'r the* dircH tion oí:  LUX  í' r. •'.■ss 'I ■Jl-w Hraur'f.'ü, TX >M'‘ Hiti Ij.'A 0500  ..ftit .irt“-, í 'T'    (  CISD sets redistricting meeting for Sept. 6  Jack Edward Mergele  j.uk Edward Mergele born July 8, 195 i in New Br.uinfels, Texas, died August 19, 201 1 in Dallas, TX.  He* IS the son ol Petc‘r C]e*orge Me*rgele and Adelaide Mergele*. The* Me^ge*-les were* one of the* k)und-ing lathers of Nc*w Braunfels. His wife, Betty Koehl Me*rgele and thr(*e* children, Susan Rawlings of Dallas, f\iul Mc'rgele of Dallas and Mark Mergele of ( hicago, IL, survive |ae k. Three grand ( hildren Sinfin, Matthc'w, and Zac h-erv also survive him.  fack graduated from New Braunfels High School in 195 3 and attended South West Teachers (ollege in Sam Marcos. Jae k was a Lt. C'ommander and Pilot in the US Navy. Alter the Navy, he> flew for Unitc'd Airlines. Retiring from the airlines lie' went to Northern Illinois University for a degree in aceounting, with this de'gree he worked k)r See*-k‘y Sterns and Foster. He  amounts of thimerosal (a mere ury-based preservative). Thimerosal is a proven toxic substance to the human nervous system even in minute doses. Evidently, higher doses of thimerosal are needed to preserve the multiple dosage vaccines. TTiese multiple vacc in«?s not only need a toxic preservative to give them a longer shelf life, but also pose a huge threat to the developing immune system of a child. Loe-Fischer continued in her 2002 testimony with ". .. we had better tlnd out if the repeatc'd manipulation of the immune system with lab altered viruses and bacteria adulterated with mercury, aluminum, formaldehyde and other toxins, which are administered to our babies from birth through the first five years of life when the brain and immune system is developing at its most rapid rate, is contributing to these skyrocketing increases of chronic illnesses in our children."  rc'tired troni this eompanv to work in a growing tam-ily busine*ss in Dallas.  By Will Wrtgtit  Ttie Hefakl-Zeittiny  Ih(*( om.il ISD RKlistrid-ing Advisory Committee (RA( I will nief't to dise uss ste*ps t( >r rc*distne ting single*-me*ml)<*r trushy* e‘le*< tion flis-trkts .It (>: k) p m. Sept. h.  The publu is invited to atte'iid the* ineM'ting, whie h will be* at the ( ISD Su[)[M)rt ServK es Building, 1404 I Ci North, New Br<uinle1s.  ( om.ll ISl) IS re'i juired b\ l.iw to t(Hlistri( I elfH ti( III (lis-triit bound.irie‘s .itter the* rele.iseot 2010 U.S. ((*iisus eLtt.i rhe redistrK ting < om mittee is e onipose'd ol dis trie I residents who v\e*re* appo)nt(*(l bv individu.il seht)ol be)ar(l me'mbers.  rhe* (omniitte'c* will m(*e*t with ( om.il lM)'s .ittorne'N and ,1 (le*niogra[)lif'r who will explain the* redistrict-ing pro( (*ss. The\ will ansue'r e|uesttons and prc*s c'lit .1 (Ir.itt ot ,1 re'distru ting plan .IS a ‘ginning point tor dis( ussK )ti.  Tin* dratt u ill k)llow ied-  (•ral r(‘{listrietingguidf'lme^s whi( I) me lude'  •    Similar (K)pulation si/e.  •    ( ontiguous and (orn-pact ge'ogra[)hic .irc'as.  •    follow (ounty voting ¡)re*(me t lM)uniiane*s, wh(*re te*asible*.  •    ( onsid(*r residential 1(K ation ot ( urre*nt governing nii'mbers m thc’ir se*[)a-rate* districts,  •    Kaluate minoriK voting stre^ngth in fe'rnis e)t voting age ()opulation.  "’11ie dratt plan is sini()lv a I)1aee to begin dtse ussion," sup(*nnt(*nek*nl Marc Walker said. "It will not lie pre*-sente'd .is the onlv possible [)lan."  Heart of Texas Cremations  Direct ( rcmation  $775.00  (( ompltlc)  87” 2“1  wwM ÍUíH'tiitU'xd'.í icmatu»h u»it (;.ill ('r set weiiMle lor di-tails  GOLD PRICES KEEP CLIMBING  > ■ •  We pay top dollar! «  Turn your old jewelry & coins into cash!  We buy:  •    Diamonds    • Estate Jewelry  •    Gold Coins    • Gold  •    Sterling Silver    • Class Rings*  •    Flatware  Now offering:  Appraisal & Liquidation of    ^    tftii  Estate Jewelry, Fine Art and Silver ‘ ^ T j By Appointment.  Ernesto’s Jewelry  A Fini: Ji.wi:i,RY S idri:  •Si'i V iii|:; tills .nf.i lot oVt'i  New Braunfels Marketplace 651 N. Business IH 35 Suite 240  www.ernestos.Goni  • 830‘62S-3203  In rofrirds to the MMK vattiiM", just <isk yourself, what are the ihances my child would he exposed to tmimps, measles and rubella at the same time naturally? Yet , the single shot MMK is one ot the most ''.ictepted" vat c inatitms in our country. Did you know that the MMK (measles) vac c ine can lower your child's immune system for u|) t(t four years after it is administeredi It c an also set up a persistent infec tion in the intestine, which can lead to Leaky-gut syndrome and Crohn's dist‘ase. Not [xipuiar side effc*c ts! Hepatitis is a liver disease seen in adults who have been exposed to c iintaminated blood produc ts, have been sexually promiscuous, or use needle street drugs. It is not highly contagious, not a killer and not a childhood disease. But health department officials suggest your toddler rec elves a hepatitis vaccine to protect them. Is this necessary? Or is it for profit?  Despite evidence to the  contrary, most parents are still led to believe that vaccinations are "good for you" and there are "minimal risks". Although immediate rc‘ac lions to vaccination can be life-threatening, diabetes and other autoimmune disc'ases may not surfac e in a person for m<Hiths or years to come. Who IS responsible if your child suffers from one of these "side effects"? ( ongress set up a fund in to compensate parents of children who were injured l>y a vaccine. But many parents have been diss«tistled with the fund. In the most recent case, it appears that any injuries or side effec ts of vaccines will not Ik‘ the responsibility of the vacc ine manufacturer! On February 22, 2011, the United States Supreme C (>urt shielded the drug companies from all liability for any harm caused by vaccines. The vote was (»to 2. [ustice Anttmin Scalia, writing for the majority, said Congress had meant to establish a "Soc ietal bargain"  in the 1 ‘i8(» law. Paid Advertising I reali/e this seric's on vaccinations seemed long, but it is important that parents are made aware so that they can make an informed choice. 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