" 'I am a ship on the rocks as far as marriage is concerned  a pretty poor prospect. But I don't say I'll never marry again. How can one tell when one is going to fall in love?' " (signed) Look magazine. One is in love, sport, when one throws caution to the wind and takes one's lady to the dog show before the late prices go into effect. :: (Press Release) "HOW TO MAKE A MILLION! "How to become a millionaire is always a paramount interest to everyone. Theoretically, it can be done according to the Law of Progressions. "For example: An investment of $2,000 at 10% compound interest multiplies itself by two every seven years and by four every 14 years. It multiplies itself by 10 every 24 years. So, $2,000 invested when you are 20 will become $20,000 by the time you are 44 and $200,000 by the time you are 68. To bring this about, it is necessary only to invest the interest. "A more interesting progression is that if you invest $200 a year plus the interest compounded at 10%, it will multiply itself by 50 every 20 years. Thus, on the first year you have $200, on the second, $420, on the third, $642, and on the 20th you have $10,000. "Thus, if you rather invest $8 per year at 10% compound interest plus the interest, when you are 20 you have $400, when you are 40 you have $20,000 and when you are 60 you have $1,000,000. "A still more interesting one is that, if you invest $400 per year starting when you are 20, plus the interest, when you are 60 you have $1,000,000. "Unfortunately, there is a catch . . . " (signed) Tracers, 257 S Spring St., L.A. The catch is, if you're not careful, you can blow the whole wad at the dog show. :: (Press Release) "Deborah Wormley, 10 years old, of Los Angeles, has written a 'letter to the editors' which is featured in the March issue of Jack & Jill magazine. "It was chosen from many hundreds of letters sent in by children from all over the world. "Deborah, who lives at 12203 S Main St., will receive a copy of the 'Jack and Jill Round the Year Book,' a children's anthology containing some of the best stories and verse that have appeared in Jack & Jill during the last 20 years. "Deborah's story tells about having her tonsils out." (signed) Jack & Jill magazine, Philadelphia. Good plot.
