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Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Title
    Table of Contents
        Page 1
    Roster of Florida state treasurers
        Page 2
    Letter of transmittal
        Page 3
    Duties of the state treasurer
        Page 4
    Treasurer's comments
        Page 5
    Statement of resources and liabilities
        Page 6
    Four funds: Receipts and disbursements
        Page 7
    Items of special interest
        Page 8
    Monthly flow: Cash receipts and disbursements
        Page 9
    Securities in custody of state treasurer
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
    List of holding time deposits
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
    List of savings and loan associations holding time deposits
        Page 19
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Report of the
STATE TQEASURED
State of Florida



FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1980





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-.BILL GUNTER
State Treasurer


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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Page
Roster of Florida State Treasurers............................... 2
Letter of Transmittal ....................................... 3
Duties of the State Treasurer .................................. 4
Treasurer's Comments ....................................... 5
Statement of Resources and Liabilities........................ 6
Four Funds-Receipts & Disbursements....................... 7
Items of Special Interest ....................................... 8
Monthly Flow-Cash Receipts & Disbursements ............... 9
Securities in Custody of State Treasurer ..................... 10
List of Banks Holding Time Deposits........................ 13
List of Savings and Loan Associations Holding
Time Deposits ............................................. 19


This public document was promulgated at an annual cost of $964.00
or $1.21 per copy to comply with Sections 18.05 and 18.09, Florida
Statutes, requiring the Treasurer to make an annual financial report
to the Governor and Legislature.






STATE TREASURERS OF FLORIDA
From the Admission of the State into the Union


Name
Benjamin Byrd .......
Dr. William R. Hayward .
Charles H. Austin .....
Dr. Simon B. Conover .
Charles H. Foster ......
Walter H. Gwynn ......
Henry A. L'Engle .....
Dr. E. S. Crill ........
*F. J. Pons ...........
E. J. Triay ..........
C. B. Collins .........
J. B. Whitfield ........
W. V. Knott .........
*J. C. Luning .........
W. V. Knott .........
*J. Edwin Larson ......
Broward Williams .....
**Thomas D. O'Malley .
Philip F. Ashler .......
Bill Gunter ..........


*Died in Office
**Resigned June 3, 1975


Date of Commission
. .... July 26, 1845
S.. January 8, 1848
. January 24, 1853
. August 19, 1868
. January 16, 1873
. .January 9, 1877
. February 1, 1881
. February 19, 1885
. January 8, 1889
. December 31, 1891
. .January 3, 1893
. ... June 19, 1897
.... March 1, 1903
. February 19, 1912
. September 28, 1928
S. January 3, 1941
S. January 28, 1965
S. January 5, 1971
..... June 3, 1975
November 10, 1976











STATE TREASURER
INSURANCE COMMISSIONER
FIRE MARSHAL





STATE OF FLORIDA
TALLAHASSEE 32304





July 1, 1980


The Honorable Bob Graham
Governor of Florida
The Capitol
Tallahassee, Florida 32304

Dear Governor:

In accordance with Chapter 18.05, Florida Statutes, I am pleased to submit to
you the annual report of the Treasurer of Florida for the fiscal year July 1,
1979, to June 30, 1980. Attached in addition is an itemized statement of the
receipts and payments relating to each of the several funds in the care and
custody of the State Treasurer.

Respectfully submitted,




Bill Gunter
Treasurer of Florida






DUTIES OF THE STATE TREASURER


The Florida Constitution establishes the Treasurer as one of the
six-member elected State Cabinet and stipulates that "The treasurer
shall keep all state funds and securities" and "shall disburse state
funds" (by Comptroller's warrant countersigned by the Governor).
In addition to these conventional Treasury functions, a further
responsibility has evolved in recent years-namely the maximization
of investment of the State's pool of operating funds. The 1971
Legislature formally endorsed this concept, enacting a statute which
makes it incumbent upon the Treasurer, "consistent with the cash
requirements of the state, to keep such money fully invested or
deposited in interest-bearing time deposits... in order that the state
may realize maximum earnings and benefits to the economy."
In addition to his Treasury Duties, the State Treasurer is the
Insurance Commissioner of Florida, State Fire Marshal, administrator
of the State Employees Deferred Compensation Plan, and a member
of the following governmental bodies:

CONSTITUTIONAL BOARDS
Board of Administration
Board of Education
Executive Clemency

STATUTORY BOARDS, DEPARTMENTS AND COMMISSIONS
Administration Commission Department of Revenue
Elections Canvassing Commission Department of Environmental
Department of General Services Regulation
Department of Highway Safety Trustees of the Internal
and Motor Vehicles Improvement Trust Fund
Department of Criminal Law Enforcement Land and Water Adjudicatory Commission
Department of Natural Resources Governor's Highway Safety Commission







TREASURER'S COMMENTS


The State Treasury had an outstanding year in the Fiscal year ending June
30, 1980. Treasury earnings reached a record high $106.3 million. These
earnings were credited to the General Revenue Fund of the State and will
provide additional funds for service to the citizens of Florida without
additional taxation. This income was earned on an average investment of
$958.9 million. Yield on invested funds for the year was 11.08%.
Again this year, cash management allowed a very high level of investment
of the funds under the Treasurer's control. The total percentage of funds
invested was 96.98% of funds on the books of the Treasury. Most of the
uninvested portion consisted of uncollected funds at one of the four banks
used by the Treasury for clearing checks. These uncollected funds were not
available for use by either the banks or the Treasury.
During the year the Treasury substantially increased deposits in savings
and loan associations in Florida under authority granted by the Legislature in
1978. Certificate of deposit balances at savings and loan associations rose
from $34.6 million to $251.1 million. The number of savings and loan
associations participating in the Treasury Certificate of Deposit program rose
from 39 to 58. Certificates of deposit at commercial banks totalled $457.9
million dollars on June 30, 1980. These deposits were held in 347 banks.
Short term interest rates reached a new high during this fiscal year.
Earnings projections were raised twice during the year because of higher
interest earnings and profits from the trading of United States Treasury Bills.
The Treasury assumed administrative oversight of clearing accounts this
year in response to 1979 Legislative action. Clearing accounts are used by
various state agencies, boards, offices, institutions, etc. to forward funds to
the Treasury. Rules were adopted during the year to standardize clearing
account approval requirements and to insure prompt forwarding of funds to
the Treasury.
The Bureau of Collateral Securities is converting the manual record
keeping system to electronic data processing in all four major sections of the
Bureau. This process should be completed by January 1981. The Bureau of
Banking has installed a communications terminal which provides up-to-date
financial news and money market rate quotations and has purchased a
computer service that combines cash flow data with investment data to assist
in forecasting funds availability and to advise on investment optimization.






STATEMENT OF RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES

RESOURCES

June 30, 1979


Office Cash
Currency and Coin ..................
Accounts Receivable
Due from Courts for Advances of
Jurors and Witnesses Fees ............
Fraudulent Warrants Receivable .........

Total Accounts Receivable ..........


$ 79,260.45


$ 3,382,150.42
254,375.00


$ 59,036.21


$ 15,810.49
264,185.46


$ 3,636,525.42


$ 279,995.95


Bank Deposits
Demand Accounts ................... $ 83,304,182.08
Time Deposit Accounts ............... 581,950,000.00

Total Bank Deposits ..............
(The above does not include $12,676,805.52 held in special accounts
known as Clearing Accounts and Revolving Funds outside the State
Treasury. This is not a total amount since the Treasurer did not receive
reports from all state agencies prior to June 30, 1979)


Short Term Investments by Treasurer
Short Term U.S. Government
Securities (cost) ...................
Repurchase Agreements (cost)...........

Total Short Term Investments .......

Board of Administrations Investments
in Treasurer's Custody ................

Total State-Owned Resources
in Treasurer's Custody .............


$ 109,110,083.55
708,900,000.00


$ 665,254,182.08


335,389,079.87*
321,024,000.00**


$ 818,010,083.55
(The above does not include $12,127,204.40 held in special accounts
known as Clearing Accounts and Revolving Funds outside the State
Treasury. This is not a total amount since the Treasurer did not receive
reports from all state agencies prior to June 30, 1980.)


256,144,264.31*
254,451,000.0"**


$ 656,413,079.87


3,194,480,079.39


$4,519,863,127.21


$ 510,595,264.31


3,361,131,315.90


4,690,075,695.92


*Market Value $340,420,710.10
**Secured By Pledges of U.S. Securities worth $337,175,000.00 at Par


*Market Value $265,444,788.24
**Secured By Pledges of U.S. Securities worth $261,840,000.00 at Par


June 30, 1980









LIABILITIES


June 30, 1979


State Funds Subject to Comptroller's Warrant
General Revenue Fund ................
Trust Fund ........................
Working Capital Fund ................
Revene Sharin, Fund ................

Total Four Funds ................



Fraudulent Warrants Reserve .............
Board of Administration Investments
in Treasurer's Custody ................

Total Liabilities .................


$ 659,399,517.94
665,173,487.31
110,280.37
445,387.20


$1,325,128,672.82


254,375.00


3,194,480,079.39

$ 4,519,863,127.21


689,364,947.91
639,271,172.96
-0-
44,073.69


$1,328,680,194.56



264,185.46

3,361,131,315.90

4,690,075,695.92


SUMMARY OF FOUR FUNDS SHOWING RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1980


Direct
Receipts


Receipts
By Transfer


Disbursements Disbursements
By Warrant By Transfer


Balance
June 30, 1980


General Revenue Fund ........... $ 659,399,517.94
Trust Fund ................... 665,173,487.31
Working Capital Fund ........... 110,280.37
Revenue Sharing Fund ........... 445,387.20


$ 3,370,651,642.51 $
6,763,676,795.34
-0-
138,213,472.00


387,206,586.73
2,636,349,761.82
182,573,872.52
-0-


$ 2,830,483,648.44
7,117,214,353.79
182,684,152.89
138,608,232.99


$ 897,409,150.83 $
2,308,714,517.72
-0-
6,552.52


$ 1,325,128,672.82 $10,272,541,909.85 $ 3,206,130,221.07 $10,268,990,388.11 $ 3,206,130,221.07 $ 1,328,680,194.56


Name of Fund


Balance
June 30, 1979


689,364,947.91
639,271,172.96
-0-
44,073.69


June 30, 1980


Total Four Funds








ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

Fiscal Year
1978-79


Securities in custody at
end of year . . . . . $ 4,839,138,872.61


$ 5,190,478,389.06


Cash receipts during year, exclusive
of inter-fund transfers ... . . ..... $ 9,892,184,321.40 $ 10,272,541,909.85
Cash disbursements during year,
exclusive of inter-fund transfers .... . .. $ 9.564,038,284.24 $ 10,268,990,388.11
Average daily receipts .... . . .... $ 39,255,000.00 $ 40,764,000.00
Average daily disbursements ............... .$ 37,953,000.00 $ 40,750,000.00

Balance in the four funds at
end of year:
General Revenue Fund ............... $. 659,399,517.94 $ 689,364,947.91
Trust Fund . . . . .. 665,173,487.31 639,271,172.96
Working Capital Fund ............... 110,280.37 -0-
Revenue Sharing Fund ............... 445,387.20 44,073.69

Total ......................... $ 1,325,128,672.82 $1,328,680,194.56


Average daily portion of
four funds invested .................... $ 846,278,254.03 $ 958,857,812.27

Average daily percent invested ............. 96.88% 96.98%


Interest received on
Treasurer's investments ................. $ 67,689,199.14 $ 106,260,862.17

Average rate of interest earned ............. 7.99% 11.08%
Number of Florida banks holding
Treasurer's deposits at
end of fiscal year ..................... 469 346

Number of Savings and Loan
Associations holding deposits
at end of fiscal year .......... ......... 39 58


FOOTNOTE:
The above Treasury balances do not include the following cash and investments held by the
Office of the State Board of Administration in behalf of various agency trust funds, pursuant to
Sec. 215.44, F.S.:


6-30-79
Cash ............................ $ 250,288.75
Investments . . . ..... . 1,564,072,755.90


6-30-80
960,085.13
2,183,670,280.01


Total ......................... $ 1,564.323,044.65 $ 2,184,630,365.14


Fiscal Year
1979-80








MONTHLY FLOW
CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS


Fiscal Year
Ending June 30, 1980


Receipts


Disbursements


($ millions)


$ 788

927

620

780

840

692

949

978

774

976

1,106

843


$10,273 $10,269




(Figures rounded)


Gain or Loss


July

August

September

October

November

December

January

February

March

April

May

June


(67)

(95)

(46)

(182)

(30)

(4)
128

(7)
28

160

53

66


4








SECURITIES IN CUSTODY OF
THE STATE TREASURER AS OF JUNE 30, 1980


BANK COLLATERAL (Safekeeping Receipts)
Pledged for State Treasurer's
Time Deposits and Demand Accounts ......
Pledged for State Treasurer's Investments
in Short-Term U.S. Government Securities ...
Pledged Under Trust Act of 1911
for Banks Exercising Trust Powers ........
Pledged Under Obsolete Statute
for Banks Exercising Title Powers .........
Pledged for Special Demand Accounts of Various
State Agencies (Note: Balances in these
Accounts are not reported to the Treasury):
Board of Regents (Various Cities) ...........
Miscellaneous Accounts (Various Cities) ......
STATE OWNED SECURITIES (Investments of
various State Agencies-securities and safekeeping
receipts depositied by Board of Administration. All
except common stocks are shown at par.)
Department of Education:
Principal State School Trust Fund ........ $
Ex-Confederate
Soldiers and Sailors
Endowment Trust Fund ..............
Division of Blind Services:
Common Stock

Alabama Power Company ................
Allegheny Powers System, Inc..............
Allied Chemical Corporation ..............
American Electric Power Company .........
American Telephone & Telegraph ..........
Bethlehem Steel Corporation ..............
Bristol-Myers Company .................
Borden, Incorporated ...................
Chemical New York Corporation ...........
Cities Service Company .................
Colgate-Palmolive Company ..............
Con Edison ..........................
Dart Industries, Incorporated .............
Eaton Corporation ........... .............
Exxon Corporation ....................
Florida Power & Light Company ...........
Ford Motor Company ..................
General Motors Corporation ..............
Greyhound Corporation .................
Jack Eckerd Corporation ................
Lone Star Industries, Inc. ................
Niagara Mohawk Power .................
NL Industries, Inc.......................
Ohio Edison Company ..................
Pioneer Fund, Incorporated ..............
Public Service Co. of New Hampshire ........
Richardson Merrel, Inc ..................
Santa Fe Industries, Inc ................
Singer Company ......................
Squibb Corporation .....................
Sterling Drugs, Inc. .....................
Sutro Mortgage Investment Trust ...........
Texaco Incorporated ...................
The Colonial Fund, Inc. .................


$ 970,605,092.60

510,595,264.31

128,956,000.00

10,000.10



40,609,000.00
13,306,384.44


8,156,080.00


11,000.00

No. of Shares


8,167,080.00








The Southern Company ................. 142
United States Steel ...................... 9
Virginia Electric & Power Co. .............. 285 (
Wellington Fund ....................... .. 79 not ii
Department of Insurance:
Florida Fire Insurance Trust Fund ........
Department of Administration-Division
of Personnel and Retirement
Florida Retirement System-Bonds ...... 3,101,593,455.18
Florida Retirement System Bonds
(Pending) ....................... 2,200,000.00
Florida Retirement System-
Common Stock (At Cost) ........... 215,332,768.72
Florida Retirement System -
Common Stock at Cost (Pending) ...... 1,536,681.00
Teachers Survivors Benefits ............. 26,294,331.00
Department of General Services
John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art-
Investment Trust Fund ............... 800,000.00
State Fair Bond .................... .. 1,880,000.00
Board of Regents:
Agricultural College Trust Fund ......... 116,500.00
Seminary Trust Fund ................. 28,000.00
Principal of American Legion
Trust Fund ...................... 15,000.00
Agnes Peoples Memorial Scholarship Trust
Fund (1,520 shares American Telephone Value
and Telegraph Stock) ............... not included
Florida Crippled Children's Trust Fund ......
Florida State University:
Auxiliary Fund ..................... 15,000.00
Westcott Trust Fund ................. ..1,000.00
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University:
Dormitory Revenue Certificates
of 1952, I&S Fund .................
University of Florida:
Dormitory Revenue Certificates
of 1948, I&S Fund .................
Florida Department of Labor
and Employment Security:
Workmen's Compensation Special
Disability Fund ...................
Department of Health and Rehabilitative
Services, Division of Vocational
Rehabilitation, Bureau of Blind Services:
Common Stock No. of Shares
American Brands, Inc. ................. 50
American Tel. & Tel. Corporation ........ 301
Bethlehem Steel Corporation .......... .95
Chessie System, Incorporated .......... .50
Consolidated Edison Company .......... 25
Consolidated Natural Gas.............. 50
Duke Power Company ................ 50
Exxon Corporation ................ .. 40
General Motors Corporation ........... 7
Mobile Oil Corporation ............... 200
Natl Assoc. of United Authors .......... 77
National Fuel Gas Company ............ 100
N.L. Industries, Incorporated ........... 25
Occidental Petroleum Corporation ....... 50
Sante Fe Industries ................. 25
Standard and Poor's/Intercapital
Income Securities, Inc. ........... 38 (V
United States Steel Corporation ......... 9 not ir


lalue
included)

2,919,000.00








3,346,957,235.90



2,680,000.00






159,500.00
7,500.00


16,000.00


55,000.00


70,000.00


100,000.00


'alue
included)








RETAINAGE COLLATERAL (Securities
and Certificates of Deposit Pledged
by Contractors on State Projects)
Department of Transportation ............
Department of General Services ...........
Tampa-Hillsborough County
Expressway Authority ................
SURETY BONDS-DEPOSITED BY:
Limited Surety Agent's Bond
Section 648.28 ......................
INSURANCE COMPANY COLLATERAL
(Deposited in compliance with
Florida Insurance Code)
Securities, Safekeeping Receipts and
Certificate of Deposit:
Section 624.41 l(2)(a)(b)(c)(d)&
624.411(3) .......................
Section 624.41 l(l)(a) .................
Section 624.41 1(1)(b) .................
Section 624.411(1)(c) .................
Section 624.41 l(l)(d) .................
Voluntary Deposits-Section 625.51(2) .....
Receivership-All Sections:
Common and Preferred Stock .........
Bonds..........................
Time Certificates of
Deposit from Banks ................
Safekeeping Receipts ...............
Sick and Funeral Insurance Companies:
Section 638-Florida ...............
Section 638-Other States ............
Automobile Club-Section 649.041
Life Care Companies-Section 651.09 .....
Fraternal-Section 632.101 .............
Retaliatory Deposits-Section 624.429 .....
Sale of Money Orders-Section 560.06 .....
Automobile Inspection and Warranty
Associations-Section 634.052 ........
Home Warranty Associations-
Section 634.305 ...................
Service Warranty Associations-
Section 634.405 ...................
Hospital and Medical Service Plans-
Section 641 ......................
Premium Finance Companies-
Section 627.828 ...................
Reciprocal Insurers-Section 629.121 ......
Escrow Accounts-Special Legal
Agreement ......................
Reinsurance Agreements-
Section 624.610 ....................
Pending ..........................
Florida Department of Labor and Employment
Security Self Insurance Deposits .......
Grand Total ................... .


8,648,304.15
925,000.00

1,595,000.00


11,168,304.15


40,000.00


68,042,113.99
2,480,000.00
2,448,000.00
988,000.00
2,338,000.00
30,571,000.00

9,177.50
7,306,229.11

1,650,000.00
26,760,000.00

320,000.00
130,000.00
170,000.00
80,000.00
56,000.00
10,000.00
1,550,000.00

2,425,000.00

300,000.00

903,007.06

125,500.00

315,000.00
25,000.00

250,000.00

2,750,000.00
400,000.00


152,402,027.66


1,655,000.00
$5,190,478,389.06


NOTE: The following securities are being held by the Bureau of Collateral Securities for the
Department of Insurance, Bureau of Banking. They have no present value and are being
held for safekeeping only.


Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Rail-
road Company Common Stock ........


20 Shares








TREASURY
TIME DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS
(As of June 30, 1980)


Name of Bank Amount

Altamonte Springs, Ellis Bank of Seminole County ................. 650,000.00
Apopka, Combank/Apopka ............................. 250,000.00
Apopka, State Bank of Apopka ................... ........... .400,000.00
Avon Park, Avon Citrus Bank ..................................... 500,000.00
Bartow, Florida 1st National Bank at Bartow ................... 750,000.00
Belleair Bluffs, First National Bank & Trust Co. ................. 650,000.00
Belleview, Bank of Belleview ................... ......... . 300,000.00
Bonifay, Bank of Bonifay ................................. 100,000.00
Bonifay, First Bank of Holmes County ............. ......... 600,000.00
Bonita Springs, Ist National Bank of Bonita Springs ............ .. .. 200,000.00
Bradenton, Barnett Bank of Manatee County ................... .100,000.00
Bradenton, Ellis 1st National Bank of Bradenton .............. .. 1,000,000.00
Bradenton, Ellis First Security Bank ................... ........ 300,000.00
Bradenton, Exchange National Bank of Manatee ................ 100,000.00
Bradenton, First Commercial Bank of Manatee Co. .............. 500,000.00
Bradenton, Inter City National Bank of Bradenton ............... 2,300,000.00
Bradenton, Southeast National Bank of Bradenton ................... 900,000.00
Bradenton, Westside National Bank of Manatee Co. .............. 450,000.00
Bristol, C&L Bank of Bristol .................. ............ 200,000.00
Brooksville, Hernando State Bank ................... ......... 500,000.00
Bunnell, Ellis First National Bank of Flagler Co. ............... 350,000.00
Bushnell, Florida Bank of Sumter Co. ......................... 300,000.00
Callahan, Nassau County State Bank ................... ... .... 400,000.00
Cantonment, Liberty Bank of Cantonment .................... 450,000.00
Cape Coral, Sun Bank Southwest ........................... 600,000.00
Cape Coral, Florida National Bank of Lee County ............... 300,000.00
Casselberry, Combank/Seminole County ............... .. .. ... 650,000.00
Casselberry, Tropic Bank of Seminole ................... ... .250,000.00
Chattahoochee, Gadsden State Bank ......................... 450,000.00
Chiefland, Levy County State Bank ................... ...... .650,000.00
Chipley, Bank of Washington County ....................... 800,000.00
Chipley, Florida First Bank of Chipley ................... ... .. 500,000.00
Clearwater, Bank of Clearwater ................... ............. 1,000,000.00
Clearwater, Clearwater Beach Bank ................... ...... 200,000.00
Clearwater, Clearwater Oaks Bank ................... ......... 850,000.00
Clearwater, Ellis National Bank of Clearwater ........ ........... 250,000.00
Clearwater, Exchange National Bank of Pinellas Co ............... 600,000.00
Clearwater, Great American Bank of Pinellas ................... 550,000.00
Clermont, The Exchange National Bank of Lake County ........... 400,000.00
Clewiston, Clewiston National Bank ......................... ..250,000.00
Clewiston, First Bank of Clewiston .......................... 275,000.00
Cocoa, Barnett Bank of Brevard Co., N.A. ..................... 700,000.00
Cocoa, Southeast Bank of Brevard ............................ 1,750,000.00
Cocoa Beach, United National Bank .................. ......... 800,000.00
Cooper City, Transamerica Bank of Florida .................. ... 300,000.00
Crestview, First Bank of Crestview ................... .......... 800,000.00
Crestview, First National Bank of Crestview ............. ...... 1,100,000.00
Cross City, Dixie County State Bank ........ ...... ....... 1,400,000.00
Crystal River, Citizens 1st National Bank of Crystal River .......... 500,000.00
Crystal River, Crystal River Bank ................... .... ... .700,000.00
Dade City, Bank Pasco Co ................. ... ............ 600,000.00
Dade City, Ellis First National Bank of Dade City ................. 400,000.00
Dania, The Dania Bank ............... ........ ........... 3,425,000.00
Daytona Beach, Atlantic 1st National Bank of Daytona Beach ....... 1.300,000.00








Daytona Beach, Florida Bank & Trust Co. at Daytona Bch.......... 500,000.00
Daytona Beach, Sun Bank of Volusia County .................. 1,950.000.00
Debary, Ellis National Bank of Volusia Co ..................... 250,000.00
Deerfield Beach, Deerfield Beach State Bank ................... 425,000.00
Deland, Deland State Bank & Trust ......................... 500,000.00
Deland, Florida Bank at Deland ............................... 700,000.00
Deleon Springs, Deleon Springs Bank ........................ 550,000.00
Delray Beach, Barnett Bank of Palm Beach Co ................. 300,000.00
Destin, First National Bank of Destin ....................... 2,000,000.00
Dunedin, Sun First National Bank of Dunedin .................. 500,000.00
Dunellon, Dunellon State Bank ................... ........ .. 550,000.00
Englewood, Englewood Bank & Trust ........................ 800,000.00
Englewood, First National Bank of Englewood ................. 250,000.00
Fernandina Beach, Florida 1st National Bank of Fernandina Bch. 500,000.00
Flagler Beach, Bank of Flagler Beach ........................ 500,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Barnett Bank of Broward Co. ................... 3,650,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Bank of Fort Lauderdale ............... 600,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Gulfstream American Nat'l Bk & Trust, N.A. ...... 1,500,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Southeast Bank of Broward ................. 1,500,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Sun Bank of Wilton Manors, N.A. ............... 500,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, Sunniland Bank ................... . . 550,000.00
Fort Lauderdale, West Broward National Bank ................. 1,000,000.00
Fort Myers, Barnett Bank of Fort Myers ...................... ..400,000.00
Fort Myers, Ellis Fort Myers Bank .......................... 550,000.00
Fort Myers, Exchange National Bank of Lee County ............. 200,000.00
Fort Myers, First Commercial Bank of Fort Myers ............... 400,000.00
Fort Myers, First National Bank ........ .. ................ 1,000.000.00
Fort Myers, Lee County Bank .............. .. ............. 650,000.00
Fort Myers Beach, Beach First National Bank .................. 1,000,000.00
Fort Walton Beach, First City Bank ......................... 350,000.00
Fort Walton Beach, First National Bank of Okaloosa County ....... 1,500,000.00
Fort Walton Beach, Sunshine Bank of Fort Walton Beach ........... 1,450,000.00
Gainesville, Century Bank of Gainesville ..................... 1,000,000.00
Gainesville, Florida National Bank of Gainesville ................ 1,050,000.00
Gainesville, Gainesville State Bank ......................... 1,700,000.00
Gainesville, Great American Bank of Gainesville ................ 850,000.00
Gainesville, Peoples Bank of Gainesville ............... ....... 100,000.00
Gainesville, Sun Bank of Gainesville ........................ 1,200,000.00
Graceville, Bank of Jackson County ........................ 1,700,000.00
Green Cove Springs, Bank of Green Cove Springs ............... 2,725,000.00
Groveland, Peoples State Bank of Groveland ................... 350,000.00
Gulfport, Royal Trust Bank of St. Petersburg ............... ... 1,200,000.00
Hallandale, City National Bank of Hallandale .................. 700,000.00
Hastings, Atlantic Bank of Hastings ........................ 700,000.00
Havana, Havana State Bank ....................... ...... .. 100,000.00
Hawthorne, Lake Area State Bank ......................... .. 425,000.00
Hialeah, First National Bank of Greater Miami ................. 14,950,000.00
Hialeah, Manufacturers National Bank ....................... 700,000.00
Hialeah, Popular Bank of Florida ........................... 750,000.00
High Springs, High Springs Bank ........................... .725,000.00
Hollywood, American Bank of Hollywood .................... 300,000.00
Hollywood, Atlantic National Bank of Broward ................. 2,700,000.00
Hollywood, Commercial Bank of Hollywood ................... 800,000.00
Hollywood, First Bank of Hollywood Beach ................... 1,000,000.00
Hollywood, First National Bank of Hollywood ................. 5,350,000.00
Hollywood, Great American Bank of Davie .................... 400,000.00
Holmes Beach, The Island Bank ........................... 625,000.00
Homestead, Barnett Bank of Homestead ...................... 650,000.00
Homestead, Community Bank of Homestead ................... 500,000.00
Homestead, First National Bank of Homestead ................. 800,000.00
Homosassa Springs, Homosassa Springs Bank ................. 250,000.00
Inverness, Bank of Inverness .............................. 950,000.00








Jacksonville, American National Bank of Jacksonville ............. 1,000,000.00
Jacksonville, Atlantic Bank of Jacksonville ............ ....... 2,650,000.00
Jacksonville, Atlantic National Bank of Jacksonville .............. 5,500,000.00
Jacksonville, First Guaranty Bank & Trust Co. .................. 300,000.00
Jacksonville, Flagship Bank of Jacksonville .... ............... 1,800,000.00
Jacksonville, Florida 1st National Bank at Jacksonville ............ 6,950,000.00
Jacksonville, Jacksonville National Bank .................. ... 6,300,000.00
Jacksonville, Marine National Bank of Jacksonville .............. 900,000.00
Jacksonville, Royal Trust Bank of Jacksonville ................... 500,000.00
Jacksonville, Southeast Bank of Jacksonville ................... 3,850,000.00
Jacksonville, Southern Industrial Bank of Jacksonville ............ 350,000.00
Jacksonville, Sun Bank of Jacksonville .................... 1,800,000.00
Jay, Ellis First National Bank of Jay .................. ..... ..100,000.00
Jensen Beach, Jensen Beach Bank ........................... 425,000.00
Jupiter, Jupiter-Tequesta National Bank ...................... 600,000.00
Key Biscayne, Key Biscayne Bank & Trust Co ................... 300,000.00
Keystone Heights, Keystone State Bank ...................... 700,000.00
Key West, Florida Ist National Bank at Key West ............... 200,000.00
Key West, The Florida Keys First State Bank ................... 300,000.00
Kissimmee, First National Bank of Kissimmee .................. 150,000.00
Lake City, Columbia County Bank .................. ........ 750,000.00
Lake City, First National Bank of Lake City ................... 1,150,000.00
Lake City, State Exchange Bank ................. ........... 1,000,000.00
Lakeland, Barnett Bank of Lakeland ................... ...... 900,000.00
Lakeland, First Commercial National Bank .................... 650,000.00
Lakeland, Florida National Bank at Lakeland .................. 400,000.00
Lakeland, Imperial Bank of Lakeland ........................ 900,000.00
Lakeland, Peoples Bank of Lakeland ........ ................ 5,700,000.00
Lake Placid, First Bank & Trust Co .......................... 800,000.00
Lake Worth, First American Bank of Palm Beach County .......... 15,600,000.00
Lake Worth, First Bank & Trust Co. of Palm Beach .............. 1,300,000.00
Lake Worth, Suburban Bank of Lake Worth ................... 300,000.00
Land O Lakes, Peoples Bank of Pasco County .................. 400,000.00
Lantana, Bank of So. Palm Beaches .......................... 100,000.00
Lantana, First State Bank of Lantana ................... ..... 100,000.00
Largo, Southeast Bank of Pinellas .......................... 3,100,000.00
Lauderhill, Union Bank of Florida .. .... ...... ...... ........ .200,000.00
Leesburg, Citizens National Bank of Leesburg .................. 850,000.00
Leesburg, Lake County Bank .... ........................ 200,000.00
Lehigh Acres, Century Bank of Lee County .................... 500,000.00
Live Oak, First National Bank of Live Oak ..................... 1,000,000.00
Macclenney, Citizens Bank of Macclenney ..................... 100,000.00
Madison, Bank of Madison ................. ............. 850,000.00
Madison, Florida Ist National Bank of Madison ................ 250,000.00
Malone, Farmers Bank at Malone ........................... 200,000.00
Marathon, Marathon Bank .................................. 2,100,000.00
Marianna, Citizens State Bank .............. ................ .450,000.00
Marianna, First Bank of Marianna ................. ....... 500,000.00
Mary Esther, Bank of Mary Esther ........................... 750,000.00
Mayo, Lafayette County State Bank .................. ....... 400,000.00
Melbourne, Landmark Bank of Brevard ..................... 300,000.00
Merritt Island, First National Bank of Brevard .................. 700,000.00
Merritt Island, Merritt Square Bank .................. ...... ..600,000.00
Miami, The Bank of Miami ................................... 7,850,000.00
Miami, Barnett Bank of Miami, N.A........................... 4,125,000.00
Miami, Biscayne Bank ..................... .............. 250,000.00
Miami, Capital Bank .................................. .. 13,200,000.00
Miami, Central Bank & Trust Co ............................. 4,600,000.00
Miami, Central Bank of North Dade ......................... 300,000.00
Miami, Central National Bank of Miami ..................... 950,000.00
Miami, Commercial Bank of Kendall ................ ....... 1,400,000.00
Miami, Commercial Bank & Trust Co. ........................ 4,000,000.00








Miami, Continental National Bank of Miami ................... 6,200,000.00
Miami, Dadeland National Bank .................. ........... .400,000.00
Miami, Dixie National Bank of Dade County ................... 500,000.00
Miami, First State Bank of Miami ... .................. .3,650,000.00
Miami, Florida National Bank of Miami ...................... 1,300,000.00
Miami, Hemisphere National Bank .......................... 300,000.00
Miami, Interamerican Bank of Miami ........................ 850,000.00
Miami, The International Bank of Miami, N.A .................. 300,000.00
Miami, The Jefferson National Bank at Kendall ................. 200,000.00
Miami, Merchants Bank of Miami ............................ 3,850,000.00
Miami, National Bank of Florida ............ .............. .. 525,000.00
Miami, Pan American Bank, N.A. ............................ 5,350,000.00
Miami, Plaza Bank of Miami .............................. 300,000.00
Miami, Republic National Bank of Miami ..................... 1,675,000.00
Miami, Royal Trust Bank of Miami .................. ...... 4,300,000.00
Miami, Safrabank .................................... 4,800,000.00
Miami, Southeast Ist National Bank of Miami .................. 37,900,000.00
Miami, Sun Bank of Miami ............ .................. 7,750,000.00
Miami, Sunset Commercial Bank .... .......... ............. .800,000.00
Miami Beach, Flagship National Bank of Miami ................ 5,450,000.00
Miami Beach, Intercontinental Bank ......................... 1,400,000.00
Miami Beach, Jefferson National Bank of Miami Beach ........... 800,000.00
Milton, Santa Rosa State Bank ............... ................. 500,000.00
Monticello, Farmers & Merchants Bank ..................... .. 800,000.00
Moore Haven, First National Bank of Moore Haven .............. 100,000.00
Naples, Barnett Bank of Naples .................... ....... 1,800,000.00
Naples, Citizens National Bank of Naples ..................... 600,000.00
Naples, Exchange Bank of Collier County ..................... .400,000.00
Naples, Southeast National Bank of Naples .................... .500,000.00
Neptune Beach, Ocean State Bank ..... ..................... 350,000.00
New Port Richey, Barnett Bank of Pasco County ................ 100,000.00
New Smyrna, First National Bank of Volusia County ............. 300,000.00
Niceville, First National Bank of Niceville ..................... 550,000.00
N. Miami, Great American Bank of Dade County ............... 600,000.00
N. Miami Beach, Great American Bank of N. Miami Beach ......... 300,000.00
N. Miami Beach, Skylake State Bank ... ......... ............. 5,000,000.00
North Port, North Port Bank ................... ... ...... 300,000.00
Oakland Park. First Bank of Oakland Park .................... 300,000.00
Oakland Park, North Ridge Bank ........................... 200,000.00
Oakland Park, Pan American Bank of Broward ................. 100,000.00
Ocala, Citizens First Bank of Ocala ......................... 300,000.00
Ocala, First Marion Bank ................................. 550,000.00
Ocala, Sun Bank of Ocala ................................. 700,000.00
Ocoee, Bank of West Orange ......... ..................... 100,000.00
Okeechobee, Commercial Bank of Okeechobee .................. 250,000.00
Oldsmar, Bank of Oldsmar ................................ 100,000.00
Orange Park, Southeast Bank of Orange Park .................. 300,000.00
Orlando, Atlantic Bank of Orlando .......................... 800,000.00
Orlando, Bank of Central Florida .................. ........ 250,000.00
Orlando, Combank/ Fairvilla ............................ .. .850,000.00
Orlando, Flagship Bank of Orlando ........................... 250,000.00
Orlando, Florida Center Bank .......................... ...... 750,000.00
Orlando, Landmark Bank of Orlando .................. ...... 1,500,000.00
Orlando, Pan American Bank of Orlando ..................... 2,200,000.00
Orlando, Royal Trust Bank of Orlando ....................... 800,000.00
Orlando, Southeast National Bank of Orlando .................. 3,850,000.00
Orlando, Southern Industrial Savings Bank of Orlando ............ 800,000.00
Orlando, Sun First National Bank of Orlando .................. 17,600,000.00
Ormond Beach, Bank at Ormond By-The-Sea .................. 400,000.00
Palatka, Atlantic National Bank of Palatka ................... 275,000.00
Palm Beach, Bank of Palm Beach & Trust Co ................... 3,250,000.00
Palm Beach, First National Bank in Palm Beach .................. 4,200,000.00







Palm Beach, Royal Trust Bank in Palm Beach .................. 800,000.00
Palmetto, The County Bank .............................. 300,000.00
Palmetto, Palmetto Bank & Trust Co. ......................... 1,050,000.00
Panama City, Bay National Bank & Trust Co. .................. 2,250,000.00
Panama City, Commercial Bank in Panama City ................ 1,450,000.00
Panama City, First National Bank ................. .. ...... 350,000.00
Panama City, Southeast Bank of Panama City .................. 2,700,000.00
Pensacola, Barnett Bank of Pensacola .................. .... .1,500,000.00
Pensacola, First State Bank of Pensacola .................... .. 1,100,000.00
Pensacola, Florida 1st National Bank at Pensacola ............... 1,300,000.00
Pensacola, The West Florida Bank ............... ......... 2,050,000.00
Perrine, Bank of Perrine .................................. 200,000.00
Perrine, Creditbank ................................... 2,100,000.00
Perry, Citizens Bank of Perry .................................... 600,000.00
Pine Castle, Combank/Pine Castle ................. .. ...... 350,000.00
Pinellas Park, Ellis First Park Bank ................... ..... 200,000.00
Pompano Beach, Florida Coast Bank of Broward County .......... 3,500,000.00
Port Orange, Halifax National Bank of Port Orange .............. 350,000.00
Port Richey, Community Bank of Pasco ...................... 200,000.00
Port St. Joe, Florida 1st National Bank of Port St. Joe ............ 550,000.00
Port Salerno, Port Salerno National Bank ..................... .500,000.00
Quincy, Quincy State Bank ......... ....... ...... ....... ..500,000.00
Riverview, Bank of Riverview .................... ........ .200,000.00
Riviera Beach, First Marine Bk. & Trust Co. of Palm Bch. ......... 800,000.00
Riviera Beach, Singer Island National Bank .................... 700,000.00
Rockledge, Bank of Brevard ............................. 750,000.00
Ruskin, First Ruskin Bank .................. ........... 200,000.00
Safety Harbor, Ellis Harbor Bank ......................... .. 200,000.00
St. Augustine, Barnett Bank of St. John County ................. 500,000.00
St. Augustine, Peoples Bank of St. Augustine ................... 400,000.00
St. Petersburg, Bank of Florida in St. Petersburg ................ 100,000.00
St. Petersburg, Barnett Bank of St. Petersburg .................. 800,000.00
St. Petersburg, Central Plaza Bank & Trust Co. .................. 600,000.00
St. Petersburg, Ellis National Bank of St. Petersburg ............. 600,000.00
St. Petersburg, Pinellas State Bank ......... ................ ... 100,000.00
St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg Bank & Trust Co. ................ 2,000,000.00
St. Petersburg, Sun Bank & Trust Co. of St. Petersburg ........... 1,100,000.00
Sanford, Atlantic National Bank of Seminole ................... 200,000.00
Sarasota, Barnett Bank of Sarasota ................. .... ... .750,000.00
Sarasota, Ellis Commercial Bank ................... .......... 250,000.00
Sarasota, Ellis Longboat Key Bank .......................... 300,000.00
Sarasota, Ellis Manasota Bank .......... .................... .. 700,000.00
Sarasota, Ellis Sarasota Bank ........................... .... 2,000,000.00
Sarasota, Exchange Bank of Sarasota County .................. 300,000.00
Sarasota, First Independent Bank, N.A. ......................... 625,000.00
Sarasota, Gulf Coast National Bank ................ ......... 300,000.00
Sarasota, National Bank of Sarasota ......................... 1,000,000.00
Sarasota, Pan American Bank of Sarasota ..................... 450,000.00
Sarasota, Southeast 1st National Bank of Sarasota ............... 1,000,000.00
Sebastian, Southeast Bank of Sebastian ....................... 200,000.00
Sebring, Barnett Bank of Highlands County ................... 1,350,000.00
Seminole, Community Bank of Pinellas ....................... 4,950,000.00
South Miami, First National Bank of South Miami .............. 900,000.00
South Miami, Sunshine State Bank ................. ......... 300,000.00
Springfield, Springfield Commercial Bank ..................... 400,000.00
Starke, Florida Bank at Starke .......................... .. .700,000.00
Tallahassee, Citizens Commercial Bank ....................... 100,000.00
Tallahassee, City National Bank ................. .......... .150,000.00
Tallahassee, First National Bank ........................... 900,000.00
Tallahassee, Flagship Peoples Bank ........................... 500,000.00
Tallahassee, Florida State Bank ........... ..... ........... ..100,000.00
Tallahassee, Industrial National Bank ........................ 1,100,000.00







Tallahassee, Lewis State Bank .............................
Tallahassee, Marine State Bank ............................
Tallahassee, Second National Bank ..........................
Tallahassee, Southern Bank of Tallahassee ....................
Tampa, Barnett Bank of Tampa, N.A .......................
Tampa, Central Bank of Tampa ............................
Tampa, Citrus Park Bank ......... ...............
Tampa, Columbia Bank of Tampa .........................
Tampa, Ellis National Bank of Tampa .......................
Tampa, Exchange Bank & Trust Co. of Fla ...................
Tampa, Flagship Bank of Tampa .............. .............
Tampa, Great American Seminole Bank of Tampa ...............
Tampa, Interbay Citizens Bank ............................
Tampa, Key Bank of Tampa ..............................
Tampa, Landmark Bank of Tampa ..........................
Tampa, Metropolitan Bank & Trust Co. ......................
Tampa, Pan American Bank of Tampa .......................
Tampa, Peoples Bank of Hillsborough Co. .....................
Tampa, Popular Bank of Tampa ...........................
Tampa, Southeast Bank of Tampa ..........................
Tarpon Springs, Ellis 1st National Bank in Tarpon Springs .........
Tarpon Springs, Ellis Springs Bank .........................
Tavernier, Great American Bank of The Fla. Keys ...............
Titusville, Florida National Bank of Brevard Co. ................
Trenton, Farmers & Merchants Bank of Trenton ................
Umatilla, Umatilla State Bank .............................
Valparaiso, Valparaiso Bank & Trust Co. .....................
Venice, First National Bank of Venice ........................
Venice, South County Bank ...............................
Vero Beach, Commercial Bank of Vero Beach ..................
Vero Beach, First Citrus Bank of Indian River County ............
Wauchula, First National Bank of Wauchula ...................
Wauchula, Wauchula State Bank ...........................
West Palm Beach, Atlantic National Bank of Palm Bch. Co. ........
West Palm Beach, Century National Bank of Palm Beach Co. .......
West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Lakes Bank ....................
West Palm Beach, Pan American Bank of Palm Beach Co. .........
Wewahitchka, Wewahitchka State Bank ......................
Winter Garden, First State Bank ...........................
Winter Haven, Exchange Bank of Polk Co .....................
Winter Haven, Southeast Bank of Winter Haven ................
Winter Park, Barnett Bank of Orlando/ Winter Park, N.A. .........
Winter Park, Combank/Winter Park ........................

TOTAL BANK TIME DEPOSITS .........................


300,000.00
250,000.00
250,000.00
600,000.00
1,750,000.00
500,000.00
500,000.00
750,000.00
2,000,000.00
2,500,000.00
1,000,000.00
1,800,000.00
725,000.00
250,000.00
3,350,000.00
4,950,000.00
1,200,000.00
400,000.00
200,000.00
1,200,000.00
200,000.00
1,100,000.00
350,000.00
1,050,000.00
600,000.00
500,000.00
850,000.00
250,000.00
200,000.00
200,000.00
1,000,000.00
200,000.00
400,000.00
3,400,000.00
450,000.00
100,000.00
600,000.00
350,000.00
750,000.00
2,000,000.00
500,000.00
800,000.00
1,500,000.00

457,850,000.00








Name of Savings and Loan Association Amount
Arcadia, First Federal S&L Assoc. of Desoto County ........ :.... 2,000,000.00
Belle Glade, Everglades Federal S&L Association ................ 2,000,000.00
Bradenton, First City Federal S&L Association ................. 4,250,000.00
Cocoa, First Federal S&L Assoc. of Cocoa ................... 100,000.00
Coral Gables, Coral Gables Federal S&L Association ............. 1,800,000.00
Coral Gables, University Federal S&L Association ............... 12,400,000.00
Daytona Beach, Heritage Federal S&L Association ............... 100,000.00
Ft. Lauderdale, Atlantic Federal S&L Association ............... 5,000,000.00
Ft. Lauderdale, First Federal S&L Assoc. of Broward Co ........... 10,100,000.00
Ft. Lauderdale, United Federal S&L Assoc. of Broward Co. ........ 2,800,000.00
Ft. Pierce, Citizens Federal S&L Assoc. of St. Lucie Co ............ 4,000,000.00
Ft. Pierce, First Federal S&L Association of Ft. Pierce ............. 12,050,000.00
Gainesville, First Florida S&L Association .................... 500,000.00
Hollywood, Hollywood Federal S&L Association ................ 5,000,000.00
Hollywood, Home Federal S&L Assoc. of Hollywood ............. 13,100,000.00
Jacksonville, American Federal S&L Assoc. of Duval County ....... 100,000.00
Jacksonville, Citizens Federal S&L Association ................. 1,800,000.00
Jacksonville, Duval Federal S&L Association .................. 2,000,000.00
Jacksonville, Fidelity Federal S&L Association ................. 3,300,000.00
Jacksonville, First Federal S&L Association of Jacksonville ......... 8,000,000.00
Jacksonville, Jacksonville Federal S&L Association .............. 1,400,000.00
Key West, First Federal S&L Assoc. of The Florida Keys .......... 5,000,000.00
Kissimmee, First Federal S&L Assoc. of Osceola Co. ............. 500,000.00
Lakeland, First Federal S&L Assoc. of Lakeland ................ 2,000,000.00
Lake Worth, First Federal S&L Assoc. of Lake Worth ............ 21,800,000.00
Miami, Amerifirst Federal S&L Association .................. ... 20,000,000.00
Miami, Chase Federal S&L Association ................... ... 18,000,000.00
Miami, Citizens Federal S&L Association ..................... 13,100,000.00
Miami, Dade S&L Association of Miami ...................... 5,150,000.00
Miami, Flagler Federal S&L Association ...................... 3,100,000.00
Miami, Interamerican Federal S&L Association ................. 200,000.00
Miami, Peninsula Federal S&L Association ................... 5,000,000.00
Miami, Union Federal S&L Association ........... ............ 100,000.00
Miami Beach, American S&L Association of Fla ................. 6,400,000.00
Naples, Naples Federal S&L Association ...................... 1,000,000.00
Ocala, Fidelity Federal S&L Association of Ocala ............... 400,000.00
Ocala, Mid State Federal S&L Association ................... ... 2,000,000.00
Orlando, First Federal S&L Association ...................... 4,000,000.00
Orlando, Washington Shores Federal S&L Association ............ 100,000.00
Palm Beach, Home Federal S&L Association of Palm Beach ........ 12,000,000.00
Palmetto, Palmetto Federal S&L Association ................... 100,000.00
Panama City, First Federal S&L Association of Panama City ....... 200,000.00
Pensacola, Mutual Federal S&L Association ................... 7,200,000.00
Perry, First Federal S&L Assoc. of Perry ................... .. .. 1,900,000.00
Riviera Beach, Community Federal S&L Assoc. ..................... 4,000,000.00
St. Augustine, St. Augustine Federal S&L Assoc ................. 100,000.00
St. Petersburg, Guaranty S&L Assoc. ......................... 1,000,000.00
Sarasota, United First Federal S&L Assoc. .................. 2,000,000.00
South Miami, Security Federal S&L Assoc. .................. ... 600,000.00
Sunrise, Broward Federal S&L Assoc. ................ ........ .400,000.00
Tallahassee, Andrew Jackson State S&L Association ............. 100,000.00
Tallahassee, Tallahassee Federal S&L Association ............... 1,000,000.00
Tallahassee, Sun Federal S&L Association ................ .... 2,500,000.00
Tampa, Community Federal S&L Assoc. of Tampa .............. 100,000.00
Vero Beach, Indian River Federal S&L Association .............. 4,000,000.00
West Palm Beach, Fidelity Federal S&L Assoc. ................. 3,900,000.00
Winter Haven, First Federal S&L Assoc. of Winter Haven .......... 100,000.00
Winter Park, Winter Park Federal S&L Assoc. .................. 200,000.00

TOTAL SAVINGS AND LOAN DEPOSITS .................. 251,050,000.00
TOTAL ALL TIME DEPOSITS ........................... 708,900,000.00