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May 10, 1991
Rosemead teachers returned to work Thursday after a one-day strike but said they will continue to press their case for a 4.5% salary increase through complaints with the state labor board and letters to parents. Most of the 120 teachers in the Rosemead School District walked off their jobs Wednesday to protest the board's proposed 3% salary increase and a medical package worth $3,900, which is $500 less than teachers wanted.
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October 9, 1993 | RENEE TAWA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Walter Bitely and the boys grew heartsick when they saw the worn-out mohair chairs, some knifed down the middle by impudent students, others scarred by graffiti or crippled by the weight of people bouncing on the seats. Back in 1958, the auditorium seats were as plump and pretty as any chair in the big movie theaters of the time. Rosemead's working-class families were in awe of the plush new auditorium at Garvey Intermediate School.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 9, 1993 | RENEE TAWA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Walter Bitely and the boys grew heartsick when they saw the worn-out mohair chairs, some knifed down the middle by impudent students, others scarred by graffiti or crippled by the weight of people bouncing on the seats. Back in 1958, the auditorium seats were as plump and pretty as any chair in the big movie theaters of the time. Rosemead's working-class families were in awe of the plush new auditorium at Garvey Intermediate School.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 10, 1991
Rosemead teachers returned to work Thursday after a one-day strike but said they will continue to press their case for a 4.5% salary increase through complaints with the state labor board and letters to parents. Most of the 120 teachers in the Rosemead School District walked off their jobs Wednesday to protest the board's proposed 3% salary increase and a medical package worth $3,900, which is $500 less than teachers wanted.
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