Harwich resident was a witness to history in JFK White House

Norman Katz was sitting in history class at Northeastern University in Boston in the spring of 1961 when he was called to the administration office. Waiting for him there were two FBI agents, who told him he had been selected for a special assignment, but that’s all they would tell him.“They couldn’t tell me what or where the assignment would be,” said Katz, who was commissioned in Northeastern’s ROTC program as a second lieutenant in the Army Signal Corps and

Source: Harwich resident was a witness to history in JFK White House

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