Mr. Wallace was not received hospitably, as he was bombarded by “a ‘shower’ of fresh eggs” during the speech.
The Pittsburgh Press argued, “This newspaper can see no merit in Mr. Wallace’s candidacy.”
Mr. Khrushchev met with workers at Mesta Machine Co. in West Homestead, where he famously gave his wristwatch to a worker in return for a cheap cigar.
Before the first annual Black Solidarity Fair at the Civic Arena the greats meet on Boulevard of the Allies.
Republican presidential candidate Richard M. Nixon and his wife Pat shook hands on their way into the Civic Arena for a rally, six days before the election.