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Thanks, Mike Welch, for the great column in the July 14th issue of Credit Union Times – “Some Things Never Change.” It prompted me to check my archives. Back in 1966 when I became General Manager of the University Faculty CU in Madison, Wis., I was given a letter from the Committee on Credit Unions, a division of the American Bankers Association, dated October 1966. Then in 1972, the ABA started a campaign identified as “Bankers Committee to Eliminate Favoritism to Credit Unions.” I have the originals and agree – some things never change. Keep up the great work. Ed Baranowski Retired, President/CEO Fairwinds CU Orlando, Fla.

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