Quarterly reports for fiscal year 1980 were pre-
pared on 31 December 1979 for October,
November, and December; on 31 March 1980
for January, February, and March; on 30 June
1980 for April, May, and June; and, on 30
September for July, August and September.
Figures II-5-72, II-5-73, II-5-74, and II-5-75
show the quarterly statements for fiscal year
1980. For the purposes of this application, the
quarterly statement for July, August, and
September will be explained in this section.
Figure II-5-76 shows the completed State-
ment of Operations and Net Worth for this last
quarter of fiscal year 1980. Refer to this figure
for an explanation of each entry on the state-
ment. NOTE: Entries are numbered 1 through
17 and will be explained in numerical sequence.
1. CHAPEL FUNDthis practice ac-
counting application was performed at the
Naval Education and Training Program
D e v e l o p m e n t C e n t e r .
T h e a c r o n ym
NETPDC is inserted in the space provided.
2. PERIODthe first (1 JUL 80) and the
last (30 SEP 80) calendar days of the quarter are
inserted in the spaces provided.
3. TOthe address to which the statement
is being sent is inserted in the space provided.
Since there is not a requirement to send the
quarterly reports to anyone outside the com-
mand, this statement is sent to the COMMAND
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA 32509. After review-
ing the statement, the command chaplain posts
the report so that participants in the Command
Religious Program (Roman Catholic and Protes-
tant) can see the financial status of the CRP
4. FROMthe address of the individual
who is preparing the statement is entered in the
space provided. Normally, this will be the chapel
5 . N E T W O R T H , B E G I N N I N G OF
PERIODthe first (1 JUL 80) calendar day of
the quarter is inserted in the space provided. The
beginning balance of the Roman Catholic
account on 1 July 1980 was
figure is inserted in the space provided under
ROMAN CATHOLIC ACCOUNT. The begin-
ning balance of the Protestant account on 1 July
,017.38. This figure is inserted
in the space provided under PROTESTANT
ACCOUNT. These balances, Roman Catholic
and Protestant, are brought forward from either
line 5 or line 9 (Net Worth, End of Period) of the
previous quarters statement shown in figure
II-5-77. The next step is to add these two
balances. This total (,044.69) is entered in the
space provided under the total column.
6. ADD: RECEIPTS (PER RECEIPTS
AND EXPENDITURES RECORD)first, the
chapel fund administrator must total the receipts
for the Roman Catholic and Protestant accounts
from the Receipts and Expenditures Records for
each month of the quarter (July, August, and
September). Since this accounting application
did not include the daily transactions for the
month of July, the following receipts were ap-
plied to each account for that month: Roman
C a t h o l i c ( $ 1 , 3 1 2 . 3 3 ) ; a n d P r o t e s t a n t
,350.36). The Receipts and Expenditures
Records shown in figures II-5-78 and II-5-79
show the receipts for August and September
respectively. A breakdown of this quarters
monthly receipts follows:
The total receipts for the quarter for the two ac-
counts are placed in the spaces provided under
ROMAN CATHOLIC ACCOUNT (,730.51)
and PROTESTANT ACCOUNT (,852.03).
These two figures are added and the total is in-
serted in the TOTAL column of the statement.
The total receipts for the NETPDC chapel fund
for this quarter are ,582.54.