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  • Lap of luxury: Donald Trump's trips to Palm Beach bring attention to wealthy Florida enclave...

    11/23/2016 6:52:22 AM PST · by RummyChick · 23 replies
    daily mail ^ | 11/22 | ap
    With Donald Trump at his Mar-a-Lago resort for Thanksgiving, it isn't the first time a president-elect has used Palm Beach as his vacation refuge. John F Kennedy's family estate, known during his term as the Winter White House, is seven miles north at the other end of Ocean Drive. Like Kennedy's visits, Trump's trips to Palm Beach will bring increased attention, some unwanted, to this wealthy enclave of about 10,000 people, a number that triples in the winter. ..... The attempt on Kennedy's life Domestic terrorism nearly claimed Kennedy in December 1960, a month before he took office. Richard Pavlick,...
  • A 73-Year-Old Man Tried to Assassinate (President-Elect) JFK with a Buick Full of Dynamite

    05/15/2012 7:49:32 PM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 13 replies
    IO9 ^ | May 15, 2012 | Keith Veronese
    A 73-Year-Old Man Tried to Assassinate JFK with a Buick Full of Dynamite Weeks after John Fitzgerald Kennedy beat Richard Nixon in the 1960 United States presidential election, an elderly man nearly killed the President-Elect. Richard Pavlick, a disturbed man with anti-Catholic sentiments, packed his car and traveled from New Hampshire to Florida with one goal in mind - the death of President-Elect Kennedy. Pavlick's brute force plan would likely have succeeded, but a moment of compassion stopped Pavlick in his tracks and allowed for the era of Camelot to begin. Retired postal worker Richard Pavlick often voiced anti-Catholic sentiments...

    12/06/2003 6:00:33 AM PST · by JesseHousman · 18 replies · 168+ views
    Toledo Blade ^ | November 21, 2003 | Robin Erb
    <p>In 1960, Richard Pavlick drove his 1950 Buick to Florida and wired it with dynamite to blow up John F. Kennedy.</p> <p>On a bright Sunday morning nearly 43 years ago, a ramshackle Buick crept through the posh streets of Palm Beach, Fla., toward a sprawling, Mediterranean-style mansion.</p>