Police Auto Crime Units Hit Alleged Chop Shops Here

Police last week arrested 24 suspects after a crackdown on a number of alleged chop shops in the Canarsie area.

Rally To Condemn Park Bias Graffiti Set For Tomorrow

Stating he is "outraged by the recent series of anti-Semitic occurrences in Canarsie," Assemblyman Frank Seddio is organizing a rally tomorrow to allow religious leaders, elected officials, civic leaders and other interested citizens to also voice their outrage and show their condemnation of the vandalism.

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Isaac Bildersee Astral student Craig Menezes (center) was selected as the Courier's intermediate school "Student of the Month" for May. Standing at his side (l. to r.) are I.S. 68 Assistant Principal Mary Reilly and Donna Marra, the community weekly's co-publisher. Photos by Neil S. Friedman005p2_lg.jpg
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May Students Of The Month Selected

For the third consecutive month a student from Public School 244 was selected as one of two Canarsie Courier "Students of the Month."

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The intrepid fish, along with some seagulls that frequent the seascape along our shore are the only creatures allowed in the water, says city.002p1_lg.jpg
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Canarsie High School 2001 Valedictorian Anton Krotov003p1_lg.jpg
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Canarsie High School 2001 Salutatorian Leslie Annin-Mento003p2_lg.jpg

Canarsie Park Cited As "Fire Weather Risk"

In issuing a special "Fire Weather Watch" this week, Mayor Rudy Giuliani cited Canarsie Beach Park as one of four "at risk" areas in danger of brush fires because of the dry weather we

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Health Dept. Declares Local

Beaches Off Limits To Swimmers

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Students Have Career Encounters Of First Kind

Representatives from a variety of professions participated in the annual Career Awareness Symposium on April 27th at School District 18

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City, Borough Candidates Attend FUBA Meeting

Canarsiens attending last week

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City Health Dept. Gives Warning On Window Guards

With warmer temperatures more people tend to leave windows open in apartments and houses. Health Commissioner Neal L. Cohen, M.D., recently reminded New Yorkers of the importance of window guards in protecting young children from death or injuries because of falls from windows.

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Several professionals recently demonstrated and discussed their careers for 4th and 5th graders at P.S. 115: (above left) U.S. Secret Service agents pose with a student wearing a bullet-proof vest; (above right) a student wears the head gear of a New York City Fire Marshal; (bottom left) Local podiatrist Dr. Lawrence Cohen shows a class how he treats his patients; (bottom right) an Army Sgt.18p1_lg.jpg
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District 18 Student Wins Anti-Drug Essay Contest

Janet Nwaukoni (pictured above), a student at Community School District 18

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Courier Picks April "Students Of the Month"

By Neil S. Friedman

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I.S. 68 sixth grader Alrene Slater is flanked by assistant principal Phil Steinberg and teacher Deborah Holmes. Photos by Neil S. Friedman13p2_lg.jpg
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A Drug Free America — A Dream of Mine

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Making their political points at the FUBA meeting were, left to right, Senator Marty Markowitz, ACLU President Norman Siegel and Bronx Borough President Fernando Ferrer.}14p1_lg.jpg
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'93The best of the best,\'94 members of the 69th Pct. Anti-Crime Unit accept awards from FUBA. Left to right: Sergeant Cecil Wade, Police Officers Marlon Ming, Joseph Campagnola and Robert Bello, Inspector Jennette and FUBA President Gardy Brazela. \plain\f1\fs16\b\i Marsha Sereno }14p4_lg.jpg
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A flurry of activity takes place on Schenck Street as members of the civic association work to restore neglected garden. Marsha Sereno05p1_lg.jpg
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"Principal for a Day" Raymond Goulbourne (center), a vice president with Black Entertainment Television, and the real Principal Penny Grinage work with P.S. 135 second graders.04p1_lg.jpg
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P.S. 244 student David Straker and his K/1-231 teacher Debra Bullen.13p1_lg.jpg

Man Shot In Foot Leaving Remsen Avenue Nightclub

By Charles Rogers

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Visiting a 3rd grade class during her P.S. 276 "Principal for a Day" stint is executive Michelle Byrd (2nd from right). Also pictured are (l. to r.) assistant principal Pauline Smith Gayle, assistant principal Warren Glenn and Principal Diane Weiss.04p2_lg.jpg
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