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January 20, 1992 | From Associated Press
A rare deep chill and snowfall held the South in its mitts for a second day Sunday. Churches canceled services in Georgia and Alabama and homeless shelter cots were in demand in Kentucky. In Georgia, as much as 8 1/2 inches of snow fell south and east of Atlanta from a storm starting Saturday night, and people jammed stores to stock up on bread, canned goods, milk and other supplies. "We sold a lot of film," Carolyn Dickinson, manager of the Majik Market in Hampton, Ga., said Sunday.
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January 20, 1992 | From Associated Press
A rare deep chill and snowfall held the South in its mitts for a second day Sunday. Churches canceled services in Georgia and Alabama and homeless shelter cots were in demand in Kentucky. In Georgia, as much as 8 1/2 inches of snow fell south and east of Atlanta from a storm starting Saturday night, and people jammed stores to stock up on bread, canned goods, milk and other supplies. "We sold a lot of film," Carolyn Dickinson, manager of the Majik Market in Hampton, Ga., said Sunday.
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