Part of the job of the C.P.C. attendant in the orthopedics service in the operating rooms is "making plaster" - the rolls of plaster-of-paris and crinoline that are used in making plaster casts, both in the O.R. and in the orthopedic clinic - some has also been supplied at times to small hospitals and clinics in N. Carolina. Shown at work is Harold Kleiner, Methodist, from Portland, Oregon. Until he transferred in Sept. 1943, to Alexian Bros. Hospital, Chicago, this job belonged to Lowell Herberger, Mennonite, from Nappanee, Indiana.
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