consisted of one check in the amount of .00
and the following monies:
This information is inserted in the spaces pro-
vided as illustrated in figure II-4-17. The re-
mainder of the voucher is filled out in the same
manner as previously explained in figure II-4-16.
Two adults from the Protestant group will count
the collection and sign the voucher. The voucher
will be certified by the Protestant account custo-
Receipts and Expenditures Record
The Roman Catholic and Protestant
accounts and the Composite Balance must be
brought up to date after the above collections
have been counted. Illustrated in figure II-4-18
are the steps needed to ensure that this is
accomplished. NOTE: Since this application is
dealing with daily transactions, this illustration
starts with Step 8. Steps 1 through 7 were shown
in figure II-4-15. For the remainder of this prac-
tice application, each succeeding step on the
Receipts and Expenditures Record will be con-
secutively numbered through the entire month
of August. An explanation follows for the
entries required for August 3, 1980.
8. DATEenter 8/3 for August 3, 1980.
9. DESCRIPTIONenter the words
SUNDAY COLLECTIONS to show the
source of these receipts.
10. ROMAN CATHOLIC ACCOUNT
RECEIPTSenter the total amount of the
collection from the Chapel Fund Receipt
Voucher which was 5.23.
11. ROMAN CATHOLIC ACCOUNT
BALANCEadd the 5.23 to the previous
,052.28). The new balance is
1 2 . P R O T E S T A N T A C C O U N T R E-
CEIPTSenter the total amount of the collec-
tion from the Chapel Fund Receipt Voucher
which was 2.61.
13. PROTESTANT ACCOUNT BAL-
ANCEadd the 2.61 to the previous balance
,214.%). The new balance is
14. COMPOSITE BALANCEadd the
ROMAN CATHOLIC ACCOUNT BALANCE
COUNT BALANCE (
,497.57). The new
balance is ,835.08. The figures are rechecked
to ensure that they are correct.
This double-check method will aid the chapel
fund administrator immensely. By performing a
continuous double check on the figures in the
Receipts and Expenditures Record, the ad-
ministrator can be reasonably certain that the
CRP chapel fund balance is accurate at all times.
AUGUST 4, 1980
Following the July 14 monthly meeting of
the Roman Catholic groups advisory commit-
tee, the committee decided, after seeking the
advice of Chaplain Brown, to honor those
departing children who had served at Mass.
After conferring with the command chaplain,
the committee directed the Roman Catholic
account custodian to purchase 25 religious
medals at each for a total expense of from
the Ecumenical Bookstore, 119 Cotton Ave.,
Birmingham, Alabama 35211. These medals are
to be presented to the children during the last
month they attend the NETPDC chapel. RPC
Smithers, the account custodian, prepared a
Purchase Order (NAVCOMPT Form 2213) on