The other day, I was in a local Half-Price bookstore. Just out of curiosity, I went down the 'religious' isle, and sure enuf, I saw a couple of publications by the Witnesses wedged in with the usual other things, bible-related.
I also saw a Spanish printed something-or-other... a recent publication (although I don't remember the copyright date). I was looking at the information, and it said something like...
Published by the Watchtower Bible and Trach Society and International Bible Students Association ... etc
I didn't realize that they still claimed the IBSA in their publications. I thought that that got dropped waaaaay back in the 1940's or so. Why do they still put this inside their Spanish publications? (This one was not that old - possibly from the 1980's or more recent - as I do not recall the English version, as I had left before this one was printed.)