Ponce de Leon sought the Fountain of youth. Various and sundry have been the efforts to locate or discover the secret of rejuvenation both before and since his time. Wooers of eternal youth are undoubtedly seeking a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow-that is, they are expecting too much. The adventurous Spaniard sailed three thousand miles or more across an unknown expanse of water in quest of the fruit of his life’s ambition. Many persons of the present day and age travel more miles and spend fortunes vainly searching for some magic water, potion, or mineral to preserve or restore the mysterious something which gives one unlimited “pep,” and forestalls the wrinkles of care.