The Liberator: GE Deluxe Speed-Cooking electric ranges (1955)

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Vintage ’50s kitchen appliances: GE de luxe Speed-Cooking ranges

New! Automatic unit… big double ovens

New! Calrod automatic cooking unit makes everyday utensils automatic.

New! “Fashion” ovens! Bake and broil at the same time.

The new GE Liberator has even more cooking wonders than last year… including the new automatic surface unit that you “set and forget” until food is done.

GE Deluxe Speed-Cooking ranges from 1955


NEW! Calrad automatic cooking unit makes everyday utensils automatic.

The new G-E Liberator has even more cooking wonders than last year . . . including the new automatic surface unit that you “set and forget,” until food is done. Set dial to any heat you want for frying, boiling, warming. Put food on to cook. The automatic unit comes on at full hi-heat — quickly brings food to cooking temperature, automatically holds it there without attention. At end of cooking time, things will be done just right.

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NEW “fashion” ovens! Bake and broil at the same time.
Master oven and 2-shelf companion have separate temperature controls . . . slide-out, clean-easy “Focused Heat” broilers: broil in one oven while you bake in the other.
New, smart starlight gray oven is easy to see into, easier to clean. Floodlighted.
Master oven holds meal for 24. New bake units heat fast, brown cakes, pies more evenly. . . fully enclosed Calrod units. No old-fashioned open coils.

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For G.E.’s finest de luxe styling and cooking performance . . . the Liberator. Now in G-E Mix-or-Match colors: satin white, canary yellow, turquoise green, petal pink, cadet blue, and woodtone brown. For a single-oven deluxe range with these features, see the Stratoliner. Your G-E dealer is in the classified phone book. General Electric Co., Appliance Park, Louisville 1, Ky.

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Pushbuttons with Tel-A-Cook lights click on heats at a fingertip touch, even when your hands are full or wet. Colored lights show you, from across the room which unit is on, at what exact heat.

New! Automatic oven timer. Easier than ever to use, looks after oven meals while you’re away. Two simple clock settings and heat goes on, does cooking, goes off without attention. Minute timer for accurately mixing cakes, boiling eggs, etc.

EASY INSTALLATION: Your G-E dealer can make arrangements for 220-Volt wiring, if you don’t already have it. (Remember, this is the first step toward modern electrical living.) Both the cost of the range and any required wiring can be financed with only one low down payment and easy weekly terms.

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Speed-Cooking ranges… so safe… so clean… so dependable

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