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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas August PageSA Animal rights movement threatening BVBILLSCHUMANN Counly Extension Agent Ranchers heed to be aware that they potentially are facing a power ful enemy in the form of the animal rights according to a legislative advocate for the Califor nia Rifle and Pistol Ranchers should realize the enor mity of the It can and will turn us all under unless it is The topic of the animal rights movement and how it threatens ran chers at the 1987 International Ran chers Roundup will be discussed by Kent The IRK is sponsored by the Texas Agricultural Extension Service and will Ixheld 24 27 in The Y0 Ranch Hilton and the Inn of the Hills will bo the headquarters for the There are many animal rights such as the Fund for A n i m a 1 H u m a n e S o c i e t v Defenders of and the Sierra Some of the groups are for only one species of such as the Moun tain Lion or the Defenders of the Sea Some groups are formed for far broader goals than just animals such as Earth Sea or the Greenpeace Some are limited to legislative ac while others combine legislative and general public ac like the Sea have simply declared war on anyone who doesnt Some groups are careful to avoid negative image but others go out of their way to try and illegally confront those whom they consider or the animals one such group tore down corrals and fences the Bureau of Land Management had for wild horses and feral burros in northern Their whole purpose was to set free a wild animal in their should never be penned Aside from the dollars lost which had already been spent to round up these the cattlement with grazing rights in the area lost their feed to the released horses and bur This was all illegal in some a but that didnt bring the feed back or recapture the the more damaging ap proach in the long run is not a direct frontal which can be stopped or at least as with any by increased The more dangerous approach is by those groups that convince the general public that animals are just like humans and should have the same After appearing before too many committees of the legislature with only city dwellers as I have learned never to say that four ietler said Most of todays legislators and newspaper editors and writers have never seen anything actually They have seen pictures and read usually slanted one way or the about But they have never seen it happen or ex perienced it face to Ranchers need to be aware of the problems and be willing to tackle Ranchers can join with the other groups who are fighting the 1 wish to make quotes from DeChambeaus prepared we call Separate we are in grave he We also need to clean up our own Demand that the excesses which are cruel and unnecessary are stopped Destroy that first base of truth to their argument and the rest also will he Ranchers also need to learn to fight the animal rights ac tivists on their own battlefield with their own It would be excellent if we could force them to fight on our battlefield with our weapons but the the legislators and the news people wont let that We must learn to use their weapons of public appeal and and we must learn to use the right we cant onlyput to We cant work an only utilize an DeChambeau Further information about obtain ing an International Ranchers Roun dup program may be obtained by contacting a county extension agent or Box Texas IRS has agift for public new forms WASHINGTON If you thought there was a lot o paperwork involved in your homeequity loan 01IRA wait until you see what the Internal Revenue Service has waiting for For the home equity its called Form 8589 and it can get The IKS estimates that as many as half the 27 million couples and in dividuals with deductible home mortgage interest will have to file the form with their tax returns next year The twopage form and its four pages of instruc tions wore made public Thursday At the same thi IKS released torms that will be re quired of taxpayers who make nondeductible con tributions to Individual Retirement Accounts and of those whose passive investments result in losses The new forms are among about 40 being created as a result of the bitf tax overhaul enacted last year basically reflect what Congress did to the lasv said Arthur chairman of the IKS taxforms committee He said the agency has not had an easy time translating congressional in um into understandable The mortgageinterest form has been especially troublesome This easysounding provision has turned out to be a difficult one for us to ad Altman said As part of the tax Congress agreed that interest on home mortgages for one or two homes generally would remain fully But the lawmakers added a couple of conditions A full deduction will be allowed on including homeequity taken out after only if the mortgage loan does not exceed the fair market value of the property two a deductible mortgage may not exceed the purchase price of the house plus the cost of Those exceptions part of the proceeds of the loan may be used for education or medical The new Form 8598 will be required of any tax payer who took out a home loan after last 16 the date Senate and House negotiators completed svork on the giant tax lawt and used part of the proceeds for anything other than buying a or who refinanced an earlier mortgage after that date The form will be used to calculate the allowable mortgage Altman estimated that about 4 million people need to fill out only the first eight lines on the Those who used part of the loan for other purposes will have to complete one or both of the remaining parts Millions of taxpayers will have to file another new to determine how if of their 1987 IRA contribution is That is because the law denies a fully deductible IRA to workers who are covered by company pensions and earn more than if single or if filing a joint Covered workers are allowed partial IRA deduc tions if they earn up to above those Once income hits single or joint no deduction is but a worker may set aside up to a year and the interest earned on that contribution remains taxfree until Any worker who makes a nondeductible IRA contribution must file the new Buckle Up remmaK hum IMS mo Ihi Itoopxi ol hi Tim Oipirtmtnl of Puolic 5CASH REBATE r Space Center 27 REFRIGERATOR ODOR HOLDS 3LITER SODA BOTTLES SATISFACTION Model TFX27RJ capacity freezer Automatic Icemaker with For crushed cubes and Adjustable glass Food Saver System helps keep food fresher longer in controlled Spacemaker door holds gallon 3liter bottles and 4 90 DAY REFUND OR EXCHANGE OPTION DIRECT fROMGE Your Cost Rebate Sale Phone 6252358 303 ANTONIO fl UESTS BACK TO SCHOOL August 20 thru August 1987 SPECIALS FILLER flllER PAPER iUQSHKTC Herlitz Loose Leaf Filler Paper 500 Herlitz Composition Notebook Aladdin Character Steel or Plastic Lunch Kits N Only Crayola Crayons 790 990 Box of 16s Box of 24s Box of 48s Herlitz 40510 5Pocket Notebook Metal Point Roller Pin Pencil Bic Roller 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