1 image. Picture album presented, 28 April 1954. Yuko Takeda (Japan Air lines stewardess presents album to); Alice Atwood, (United Air Lines stewardess supervisor who help JAL gals). (Handout).; Supplementary material reads: "News Bureau, United Air Lines, Bill O'Hern, MAdison 6-6311, Night: SUnset 1-0147. Story or caption info. for enclosed raw neg. For her part in the recent training of Japan Air Lines stewardesses in Japan, Alice Atwood, United Air Lines stewardess supervisor, was presented with a picture album containing a history of her activities by JAL stewardess Yuko Takeda in ceremonies held today. The album, which was autographed by the more than fifty Japanese girls that she trained during a six-month period, gives a day by day account of the many phases that go into the training of stewardesses that fly from Japan to the Westcoast. [... continued].; Supplementary material contiues: "Miss Attwood, a United Air Lines Stewardess for the past five-years, was responsible for the recruiting of Japanese girls for the flying jobs and for the establishment of a training school modeled after United's in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Qualifications were so exacting that out of 3000 girls interviewed, only fifty-five were chosen for training. Japan Air Lines, which flies two round trips weekly from Japan connecting with UAL, is the first Japanese commercial airline to begin operation since the end of World War Two".