The net worth of the NETPDC Command
Religious Program chapel fund at the end of this
last quarter of fiscal year 1980 is ,197.36.
1 4 . T O T A L A M O U N T O F O R D E RS
PLACED BUT NOT PAIDthis section shows
the financial obligations for which funds have
not been expended. The merchandise which was
ordered on 29 September by the Roman Catholic
and Protestant account custodians pictured in
figures II-5-84 and II-5-85 has not been received.
The administrator must take the following steps
to show these outstanding Purchase Orders on
the statement. First, he totals all the financial
obligations for each account in the fund. In this
case, the only obligations which the Roman
Catholic and Protestant account custodians
have made are shown in figures II-5-84 and
II-5-85. The administrator inserts in the
space provided under ROMAN CATHOLIC
ACCOUNT; and, in the space provided
under PROTESTANT ACCOUNT. These two
figures are added and the total (8) is inserted
in the TOTAL column of the statement. NOTE:
Since merchandise is not paid for until actually
received, the net worth of the fund is not
affected by these outstanding obligations. This
section simply shows that certain obligations
have been made and that the fund will probably
decrease at a future date by the amounts in-
15. BLANKthis section may be used for
any comments which the administrator deems
necessary to explain the statement.
16. TYPED NAME AND GRADE OF
FUND ADMINISTRATORthe name and rate
of the NETPDC chapel fund administrator is
entered in the space provided. MARVIN R.
SMITHERS, RPC, is the correct entry for this
17. SIGNATUREthe chapel fund admin-
istrator signs his name in the space provided.
This completes the quarterly Statement of
Operations and Net Worth for July, August,
and September 1980. RPC Smithers would give
the statement to the command chaplain, who
would review the statement and then post a copy
in a conspicuous place for viewing by par-
ticipants in the CRP.
ANNUAL STATEMENT OF
OPERATIONS AND NET WORTH
The annual Statement of Operations and Net
Worth is prepared by the chapel fund adminis-
trator in typewritten form on the last calendar
day of the fiscal year. This statement is very
similar to the quarterly statements and contains
the same basic information. However, a copy of
this statement must be sent to the commanding
officer, the command auditor, and the Chief of
Naval Operations (OP-01H) as part of the com-
mand chaplains annual report. Figure II-5-86
shows the completed Statement of Operations
and Net Worth for fiscal year 1980. An explana-
tion of each entry on the statement follows.
NOTE: As was done for the quarterly statement,
entries are numbered 1 through 17 and will be
explained in numerical sequence.
1. CHAPEL FUNDthe acronym NET-
PDC is inserted in the space provided.
2. PERIODthe first (1 Oct 79) and last
(30 Sep 80) calendar days of fiscal year 1980 are
inserted in the spaces provided.
3. TOthe address to which the statement
is being sent is inserted in the space provided.
COMMAND CHAPLAIN, NAVEDTRAPRO-
DEVCEN, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA 32509, is
used for this application. After reviewing the
statement, the command chaplain posts the
report in a conspicuous place so that par-
ticipants in the Command Religious Program
(Roman Catholic and Protestant) can see the
financial status of the fund. Since this is the
annual report, the command chaplain would
also ensure that a copy of the statement is sent to
the commanding officer, command auditor, and
Chief of Naval Operations (OP-01H) as a part of
the command chaplains annual report utilizing
the form entitled Senior Chaplains Annual
Report (NAVPERS 1730/9).
4. FROMCHAPEL FUND ADMINIS-
TRATOR, NAVEDTRAPRODEVCEN, PEN-
SACOLA, FLORIDA 32509, is inserted in the