The Office of Thrift Supervision last week charged the former general counsel and acting president of an Ohio savings bank with lying to the agency about the thrift's business plans.

The thrift regulator wants Clark W. Wideman, who was an officer of Jefferson Savings Bank, West Jefferson, Ohio, from 1988 to 1990, banned from the industry and barred from practicing law before the thrift regulator.

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