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Chatsworth Has Youngest Mayor In US, 1946
Jan. 25, 1946
Chatsworth Claims Youngest Mayor in U.S.
And Clerk, too
Chatsworth, Ga., Jan. 24. This bustling north Georgia town, the county seat of Murray county, has entered the lists with a couple of claims of its own–that it has the youngest mayor and the youngest city clerk in the United States.
Elected mayor last Jan. 5, Groves took office two days later and now he directed the affairs of the city from an office in the county courthouse. Miss Robinson, chosen city clerk at the first meeting of the new city council, uses the same office. Thus, "Bill" and "Polly," dynamic agents for the spirit of youth, run the business of the city.
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