An investor in First Federal Savings Bank of Western Maryland dropped his plan for a proxy fight, saying officials of the thrift had convinced him they were actively seeking a buyer.

Seymour Holtzman, a Florida investor who owns 8.15% of the $330 million-asset thrift, last week withdrew his proposal to offer an independent slate of directors.

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