JANICE: Airline Hostess by Alice Rogers Hager
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JANICE: Airline Hostess

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Glamorous career achieved with high work standards -- here is story and vocational value merged, with the emphasis on loyalty to the job. There's good feeling of flight, of closeness of all countries, as Janice makes a round the world tour to establish tourist lines with a crew from Wide World Plane Company. Her work training hostesses is interesting, and her romance with a pilot is not improbable. The background harks back to the heroic work of transport nurses in the war, and the job of readjustment to peace-time flying. Solid, simply stated values.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1948
Publisher: Messner