Science: Kitchen Front

The kitchen will soon have its prewar face lifted. Items planned for general postwar distribution:

¶ A prefabricated glass kitchen (by Libbey-Owens-Ford) with glass oven, refrigerator, cabinets, etc. (see cut).

¶ A one-wall kitchen combination. Most revolutionary feature: a refrigerator with separate drawers instead of a single door, for handier food storage and conservation of cold air.

¶ Refrigerators with revolving shelves, sterilizing lamps to kill bacteria, ice-water taps, ice-cube ejectors, food-freezing compartments.

¶ A stainless-steel, heated food wagon, complete with dish racks and thermos containers, which will enable a hostess to serve a...

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