WASHINGTON - The Office of Thrift Supervision placed Republic Savings Bank, Matteson, Ill., in receivership and chartered a federal mutual institution to take its place.

The thrift, which had been operating under lending restrictions, had reported losses every quarter since the start of 1991. Assets totaled $290.3 million, liabilities $273.1 million, and tangible capital $2 million.

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