Activist shareholder Jerome H. Davis isn't happy with a small Missouri thrift's plan to buy a local bank company.

Mr. Davis said the thrift, Lexington B&L Financial Corp., isn't financially ready to take on the acquisition. Instead he wants it to spend the money to buy back its stock-and reward investors with dividends.

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