November 6, 1960:  Presidential candidate John F. Kennedy and his driver keep a sharp eye on a dog who broke through police lines to dash past the wheels of their moving car as the caravan traveled through Waterbury, CT. Travelling through 4 states in one day, Kennedy arrived in Waterbury at three a.m. where he spoke from the balcony of the Roger Smith Hotel to a crowd of 25,000 wildly responsive fans who had waited since midnight to greet him.