Tomorrow is the 45th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's assassination. At the time, Sorell Schwartz was a newly minted officer at the Naval Medical Research Center in Bethesda, Md. Soon after he found out about the assassination, Sorell learned the president's body was being transported to his hospital. As he tells Dick Gordon, Sorell next found himself with a lot of responsibility - leading the effort to receive the casket and grieving family members, while also managing a growing crowd of onlookers. Also in this epsiode: Andrew Questell has been playing the blues since he was just a kid - 10 years old. He's now 14.