FLAG ORDER 301
16 November 1967
(Reissued 18 January 1971)
CHILDREN – SHIPS REGULATIONS1
There must be a person on the ship in charge of children 8 years and less of age. The rate is Ship’s Nanny, Div. 3, Dept. 9. There must be a nursery area.
THe Nanny is responsible for the cleanliness and good order of the children and their quarters and possessions.
A Tutor is furnished for schooling.
A tight schedule must be maintained and must include:
(c) School – The “Three Rs” etc.
(d) Scientology Study
The children eat in their own area at the usual meal times.
Any child older than 8 who has no post on the Watch Quarter and Station Bill comes under the Nanny.
Any child of 15 or less must complete his schooling if not possessed of a G.A.E.
The Ship’s Nanny assigns conditions to children in her direct charge.
Any member of the ships company that obstructs a midshipman, cadet or child from doing his work or deprives one of his possessions or a job is liable to an assignment of a Condition of Non-Existence, it being observed that the main thing that upsets young people is losing a job or possessions.
Depriving a midshipman, cadet or child of what is his or taking away task the child is doing or preventing him from doing his work or falling to hat him has been the basis of any trouble we have had with young people.
L. RON HUBBARD