Miscellany, Feb. 9, 1953

Perchance to Dream ... In Houston, Merrick Gillory, suing for divorce, charged that he couldn't sleep at night because his wife slept with a butcher knife under her pillow.

Foggbound. In Westboro, Mass., David Goodall, after plowing the snow off Edwin Fogg's driveway and asking more for the job than Fogg was willing to pay, was arrested for trespassing when he angrily dumped the snow back on to the driveway.

Forewarned. In Washington, D.C., a taxpayer who wrote a federal agency to inquire about a pending case added a postscript: "I haven't made up my mind on this issue, but when I do...

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