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March 1, 1991 | RAY TESSLER and TOM GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The giddy certainty of victory sank in Thursday, turning fears of death and loneliness into visions of parades for returning Marines, joyous family reunions and economic normalcy for this community. A city that virtually went to war along with the roughly 30,000 Marines and reservists from neighboring Camp Pendleton, home of the 1st Marine Division, is preparing a welcome. "We're gearing up and are ready and willing to celebrate and welcome our friends back," said Mayor Larry Bagley.
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April 10, 1995 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When the few and the proud from Camp Pendleton go in search of sustenance and succor, they head for Jughead's, the beer bar and poolroom whose blunt-talking, no-nonsense proprietor is known as Mom. Rosemary Hamilton, 63, a.k.a. Ma and Mrs. Hamilton, thinks of Jughead's as a haven for a bunch of young Marines who are decent, frequently homesick and surprisingly vulnerable to the vicissitudes of Oceanside's mean streets.
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April 10, 1995 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When the few and the proud from Camp Pendleton go in search of sustenance and succor, they head for Jughead's, the beer bar and poolroom whose blunt-talking, no-nonsense proprietor is known as Mom. Rosemary Hamilton, 63, a.k.a. Ma and Mrs. Hamilton, thinks of Jughead's as a haven for a bunch of young Marines who are decent, frequently homesick and surprisingly vulnerable to the vicissitudes of Oceanside's mean streets.
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March 1, 1991 | RAY TESSLER and TOM GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The giddy certainty of victory sank in Thursday, turning fears of death and loneliness into visions of parades for returning Marines, joyous family reunions and economic normalcy for this community. A city that virtually went to war along with the roughly 30,000 Marines and reservists from neighboring Camp Pendleton, home of the 1st Marine Division, is preparing a welcome. "We're gearing up and are ready and willing to celebrate and welcome our friends back," said Mayor Larry Bagley.
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