Panama and the Canal Collections ( Presentation Slides, 2009 )

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RULES FOR THE MEASUREMXET OF VESSELS FOR THE PANAMA CANAL.


Ugi tlr FprrBiratI t of thf Ilhtithb fatrs of Amertra.

A jrtdamation.

I, \W'( l)1I()WV WII.S.HN,. President of the I.nitod States of
America, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by
the Act of ('lCngrw. approved August twntiiy-fonurlh. nineteen
hundred and twelve, to provide for the **.i nipng. maintenance,
protection and operation of the Panama Canal and the sanitation
and government of the Canal Zone, do hereby prescribe and
Proclaim the "Rules for the Measurement of Vessels for the
Panama Canal," which are annexed hereto and made a part of
this I)roClamation.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and
caused the seal of the U'uiil.,l Sl:11-. to be i:Llt.-d.
Done at the .ily of Wiihiliingtn this twenty-first
day of No(,.\mIl,.r in the year of our Lord one
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independence of the United Sit.r-. the one
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Master Sergeant Hathaway

Probably the most familiar and typi-
cal scene to be witnessed down on the
line is that of Master Sergeant Will-
lam Hathaway riding up and down on his
bicycle, supervising and assisting
with the work on Tyndall's aircraft.
The Post line chief has been in the
Army for 21 years and probably has
been stationed at more posts, has met
more people, and has traveled more
widely than any other man on the Post.
He has flown from coast to coast and
border to border. He was stationed in
* the Panama Canal Zone from 1922 to
1925, and in the Philippine Islands
from 1957 to 1940. While in the Phil-
ippines, the sergeant went into the
country of the Moros, the land of the
now well-known bolo swingers who re-
cently made such effective inroads on
the invading Japanese forces; and he
takes pride in the distinction of hav-
ing personally met the Sultan of Sulu,
their ruler.
A native of southern Alabama, Serge-
ant Hathaway has an amazing memory for
people and rarely forgets anyone he
meets. He has a lively wit and a keen
sense of humor, and is a man of an un-
usually pleasant disposition. He is a
100 percent Army man, and can convince
anybody that a person is better off in
the service than in civilian life.
Sergeant Hathaway came to Tyndall
Field on September 1S, 1941, from Max-
well Field, where he was an aerial en-
gineer.


Lt. Colonel Jenkins

In the days immediately ahead, Tyn-
dall Field will play a vital part in
the national war effort in that it is
the largest and only permanent one of
three Air Corps Gunnery Schools in the
United States.
The immediate supervision and exeou-
tion of Tyndall's training program is
in the hands of Lieutenant Colonel
Daniel W. Jenkins, director of train-
ing here. His native ability, his
background of experience and his qual-
ities as a man fit him admirably for
this task.
One of the most notable traits of
the training director is the very meth-
odical manner in which he works. lHe
always does a job at the time it sh-
ould be done and never lays a piece of
work aside until it is completed. He
is extremely fair minded and impartial
in his relations with everyone. His
qualities have earned for him the com-
plete devotion and respect of his ac-
quaintances and co-workers.
Colonel Jenkins graduated from the
Advanced Plying School at Kelly Field
in 1929 and was assigned to the Third
Attack Group at Oalveston, Texas. He
later attended the Air Corps Tech Sch-
ool at Chanute Field, Rantoul, Illin-
ois. He served as executive officer
at Eglin Field in 1940 and came to
Tyndall on Oct. 24, 1941, following
his return from a special mission to
England where he made a study of Bri-
tish gunnery schools.


GUNNERS GRADUATE MONDAY


CHAPEL DEDICATION
* SET FOR APRIL 5 4
Tyndall Field's beautiful new chap-
el is rapidly nearing completion and
the date of its dedication has been
set for April 5, according to an an-
nouncement this week by Chaplain H. T.
1ilson.
Final touches on interior are now
being made and a new 41500 Hammond or-
gan has been installed. Until perma-
nent pews are received chairs will be
used for seating.
Station WDLP in Panama City is mak-
ing arrangements to install a direct
wire to the Field and in the near fu-
ture church services and a program of
organ melodies will be broadcast.
Final plans for the dedication cere-
mony have not yet been completed, but
will bo announced in next week's ed-
ition of the TARGET.
DIAL TELEPHONE SYSTEM
READY FOR SERVICE SOON
Installation of a dial telephone
system for the Post by the Signal
Corps is almost completed and the 200-
phone unit will be ready for service
within the next two weeks.
All wiring for the unit will be lay-
ed underground and approximately 150-
030 feet of cable will be used.
Lt. John Thorpe, Signal Corps Offi-
cer, is supervising the intricate work
of putting the automatic system into
operation.
Housed in the Signal Building, the
unit will greatly facilitate coamuni-
cation on the Post and to Panama City.


Tyndall Field's first class of en-
listed aerial gunners will receive
diplomas Monday morning in ceremonies
beginning at 85,s o'clock.
The exercises will mark the oomplet-
ion by Class 42-13 of a five-week
course ofru instruction in flexible gun-
nery and intensive physical training.
The men were sent here from all parts
of the country and will be returns d
to their home stations.
It is expected that the diplomas
will be presented by Lt. Col. Daniel
W. Jenkins, following a dress parade
in which the undergraduates will pass
in review before the graduating class.
The parade will be led by the Drum and
Bugle Corps.
The outgoing class is being replaced
by a new squadron or class, which will
immediately begin its program of tr-
aining. The training schedule calls
for the presence here at all times of
five squadrons and the replacing of
each graduating class with a new one.
Lt. Garrett Rush, personnel officer
of the Student Detachment, declared
Friday that the first class had made a
commendable record and that encourag-
ing results had been obtained.
Physical training for the gunnery
students will consist of a two-hour
period of instruction six days a week.
A full-time instructor is supervising
the program and, in addition to gym-
nastic equipment already installed,
two football fields, two baseball dia-
monds and basketball courts, and a
quarter-mile track are now under con-
struotion. An inter-squadron track
meet has also been planned.


















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PAGE 1

United States Fleet in Panama Bay (Pacific Entrance to the Panama Canal), March 1, 1923 ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00093707

PAGE 2

Rules for the measurement of vessels for the Panama Canalufdc.ufl.edu/UF00093674

PAGE 3

Panama Golden Frogufdc.ufl.edu/UF00093675

PAGE 4

Balboa Bust, Balboa High School Monumentufdc.ufl.edu/UF00093710

PAGE 5

Zonianufdc.ufl.edu/UF00093678

PAGE 6

Caribbeanufdc.ufl.edu/UF00093680

PAGE 7

Molasufdc.ufl.edu/UF00093672

PAGE 8

Visite du PresidentRoosevelt au Cap-Hatienufdc.ufl.edu/CA00500040

PAGE 9

President Roosevelt at Liberty HaIl, the home of Robert L. Merwinufdc.ufl.edu/CA001300843

PAGE 10

Cycles of Darknessufdc.ufl.edu/UF00025302

PAGE 11

The boys in blue, or, Hero tales. Duty--valor--patriotism. ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086385

PAGE 12

The boy travellers in South America ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054747

PAGE 13

President Truman Speaking at Dedication of Everglades National Park ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00091247

PAGE 14

Isthmus of Panama ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00081223

PAGE 15

Topographical map of a portion of the Isthmus of Darien in site of proposed inter-oceanic navigation ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00065552

PAGE 16

Portus Pulchri in Isthmo Panamensiufdc.ufl.edu/UF00072326

PAGE 17

De l'IsthmeColombien, map of Central America showing the interoceanic routes recommended by the Frency commisionunder commander CNB Wyse ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00072474

PAGE 18

Isthmus of Panama ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00081222

PAGE 19

Mexico und Centro-America ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00065549

PAGE 20

Map of the Countries on the South Sea from Panama to Guayquilufdc.ufl.edu/UF00066650

PAGE 21

Karte von der Erdenge Panama und den Provinzen Veragua Terra Firma und Darien ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00066659

PAGE 22

Carte de L'Isthme de Panama et des Provinces de VeraguaTerre Ferme et Darien ufdc.ufl.edu/UF90000443

PAGE 23

MappaGeographica Complectensufdc.ufl.edu/UF00029188

PAGE 24

Key West Morning Journal; January 20, 1914ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00091654&v=00135

PAGE 25

Tyndall Target March 28, 1942 ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076230&v=00011

PAGE 26

The morning sentinel; August 14, 1914ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945&v=00409

PAGE 27

The Arcadian; January 23, 1964ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079901&v=00004

PAGE 28

JaxAir News; December 12, 1974ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307&v=01442

PAGE 29

Leonard Carpenter Panama Canal Collection. Photographs: Miscellaneous Photos and Negatives, Panama Canal.ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00083281

PAGE 30

Leonard Carpenter Panama Canal Collection. Canal Interoceaniquede Panama notice regarding a system for transporting dredged rubble from the Canal (in French, with translation). ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00083274

PAGE 31

Construction Crews in Lock Chamber of the Panama Canal Zone before opening. ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00093708

PAGE 32

Handbook of the American Republics no. 50. January, 1896 ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00074004