Tom Saffady is a broad-shouldered, slim-hipped Detroiter with the somber, brooding eyes of a musician and the calloused but sensitive hands of a good mechanic. In the last five years, his mechanic's hands have tinkered out 75 inventions such as:
¶ A plastic beer-bottle cap.
¶ An electric refrigerator run by radio tubes, instead of chemicals.
¶ A housewives' butter slicer run by a flashlight battery.
¶ A special head for gasoline motors which increases horsepower enormously.
¶ A complicated device for measuring the smoothness of metal surfaces, vital in metal fabricating, which...