WASHINGTON - Continental Savings of America, San Francisco, failed Friday; it was the first thrift casualty of 1995.

California Federal Bank, Los Angeles, beat out 12 other bidders for Continental, picking up $359.4 million of the failed thrift's insured deposits but just $34 million of its assets. CalFed reopened all six of Continental's branches Monday.

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