Mail delivery in Minot, Maine. A dog-drawn sled on a snow covered area. Two men beside the sled. A person carries mail in a sack from an aircraft and drops it into the sled. The sled drawn by the dogs moves carrying the mail along the snow. Trees on the side of the snow covered area. The sled moves along a slope in the snowy region. The men with the sled reach a post office building. The dogs draw the sled along the snow to the entrance of the building. 'Post Office, Minot, Maine' written on top of the entrance door. The men take the sack of mail inside the building.
Scenes of U.S. Strategic Air Command Minuteman Missile Security Police at work in missile bases at Malmstrom AFB, Great Falls. Montans, Minot AFB, North Dakota, Elsworth AFB, Rapid City, South Dakota, Francis E. Warren AFB. Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Whiteman AFB, Missouri. An armed Air Force Security policeman walks past a parked B-52 bomber. Air Force film "Missile Guardians, SAC's Minutemen Security Police." Animated description of Missile Control Facilities. Missile Combat Officer opens 8 ton blast resistant door of facility. Interior of Launch Center with Officer at duty station. Safe (Red) containing missile launch keys. View of missile location, showing fence and intrusion detection radar antenna. Access cover, above missile, with seismic alarm system and combination lock. Security Police Controller in his office. Security alert team is summoned to respond to intrusion alarm. (Note: Narrated by Kemal Amen "Casey" Kasem)
Twenty inches thick layers of ice in Kenduskeag River in Bangor in Maine. The ice is cut with saws by several men. The men cut the ice slabs using several tools.
Blind Senator Thomas D. Schall of Minnesota fires a revolver at a target in Berwyn Heights, Maryland. He is guided by the sound of a wand tapped on the bulls-eye by his youngest son Richard. (Note: This newsreel was released December 23, 1935. Senator Schall was killed by a hit and run driver on December 19, 1935 while he was walking across the Baltimore-Washington Parkway within days of this footage being shot, earlier in December 1935 ).
Ford promotional film. Man talks about the progress made by Ford in 1934. Views of Ford's Administration Building in United States. Henry Ford in conference with two other men. Reporter talks over prospects for 1935. Henry Ford says, "As far as we're concerned, the Depression is over....we'll build a million cars next year." Interviewer says, "Well that will do a lot to pull the country out of the Depression." Ford answers, "Well maybe we'll do better." Newspaper plant with newspaper printing presses rolling new edition. Views of several processes in printing newspaper. Headlines reads, 'Ford Will Build Million Cars in 1935', 'End of Depression seen in Ford Plant'.
United States Senator Nye in Washington DC. U.S. Senator Nye denounces war. As the Chairman of the Munitions Investigating Committee he declares commercial interests want another large European war to serve their greedy interests . He states his belief that adequate neutrality legislation will keep the country at peace. The Neutrality Act of 1935 was signed on August 31, 1935.