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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - September 14, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba Legislative Library 200 Vaughan R3C QP8 31 34 Manitoba 1983 Two More Human Cases of WEE Confirmed Acting Health Minister Wilson Parasiuk reported September 7 that two more human cases of Western Equine Encephalitis have been bringing the total of confirmed human cases this year to The two new cases are A young adult female from who has Onset of the disease was about August indicating that exposure to the diseasecarrying Culex tarsalis mosquito occurred around August 10 or A teenage boy from who also has The onset was about August and exposure was August 10 or The earlierreported cases involved a young Winnipeg adult an elderly Portage woman and a woman from The Portage woman remains in intensive care at the Health Sciences In all other cases there has been full Registration Deadline The Tiger Hills Arts Association has been receiving registrations for the 198384 Dance Classes in Notre Dame and Holland have received the most Classes in Baldur and Crystal City are still quite low in Classes can only be held where there are sufficient so interested people are urged to get their registrations in The classes are open to all age with instruction in rhythmic gymnastics and Jazz The instructors will be from Dance 160 of Names as Classes will be held on Tuesday or depending upon the Interested people should call the Tiger Hills Arts Association at 5262063 for more Deadline for applications is September Baron Hockey Meeting The Baldur Barons will hold a meeting at the rink on 17th at to see if we have enough players to ice a team for the 198384 All those interested in playing please Local firemen are seen putting their gear away following a fire drill at the hospital last These drills are held on a regular basis in case a real emergency should ever occur
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