Don't know how much of this is true, but the Naked Lunch reference here by Kennedy is at least amusing.http://www.orwelltoday.com/jfkplayboy.shtml
SINATRA AND THE DARK SIDE OF CAMELOT
Frank and JFK had a lot in common: Gangsters, starlets, hookers and unquestioned power"
The view from inside the Pack, by George Jacobs & Willian Stadiem
Playboy, June 2003
Source: George Jacobs worked as Frank Sinatra's valet from 1953 to 1968.
Even after John F Kennedy declared for the Democratic presidential nomination, I never heard him talk about government or the plans for his New Frontier. I didn't expect him to talk about this stuff with me, except maybe as an ear to the black community, of which I was not really a part. I did, however, assume he and Mr S would have a lot of politics to talk about. After all, Mr S did have that framed and signed photo of FDR in a place of honor on the wall, and I figured that once he agreed to board the Kennedy campaign train, he would get deeply versed in politics. But, no. Here Mr S was with the man who was en route to becoming the great leader of our time, and what do I hear them talk about? Juliet Prowse's shaved mons veneris, what we now call a Brazilian wax. A lot of dancers and showgirls were shaved, but few normal women were, and JFK was intrigued by the whole thing; he pushed Mr S to arrange for him to meet some dancers, for the sake of "scientific curiousity," as the senator put it. "Naked lunch" was what he wanted. Mr S didn't get the joke. JFK had to explain his reference to the title of the hip heroin novel by William Burroughs. Mr S said he'd never heard of it...