NEW STORMS HIT MOST OF NATION Winter continues its wicked ways as new storms belt most of the nation with snow, sleet and ice Kansas City, Mo., is buried under 21 inches. Chicago gets more than half a foot and spellbound San Francisco gets some, too. Adults shovel walkways, cars are buried under the snow, and kids sled and build snowmen.
NEWS EVENTS OF 1935 Top news events of 1935 include Mt. Vesuvius erupting yet again; Il Duce reviewing a military parade in Rome; a sleet storm covers Atlanta and a snowstorm and an over-enthusiastic fan added to the fun of the annual Princeton Dartmouth football game.
SLEET STORMS LEAVE ICE ON POWER LINES Sleet storms isolate Duluth, MN from the outside world, cutting transportation routes and all communications. Ice coats the power lines. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
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