An interesting news item appeared in the local paper on November 6, which may have some bearing on the population explosion. Reporting on a suit filed in the U.S. District Court, it was stated that action was sought on the condemnation of 14,400 rubber contraceptives which had been sent to C. G. Pritchett at the Fish Camp on Whitesville Road. The articles in question, sold naturally for the prevention of disease only, apparently had holes in them and were considered defective; they "were adulterated when introduced into - and while in - interstate commerce."
That's a lot of spoiled seafood.
(c) The Bulletin of the Muscogee County (Georgia) Medical Society, "The Doctor's Lounge", Dec 1963, Vol. X No.12, p.9