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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Spring is for the birds Spring must be here. At least it is if returning ducks and robins are any indication. While ducks skim in over Henderson Lake after their summer stay in warmer areas to the south, a robin sits puffed up and resting, at the home of Gunnar Holte, 1517 10A Ave. S. District The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, March 27, 1974 Pages 13-22 New citizens Citizenship Judge T. V. Sinclair presents a certificate to Lawrence Gertzen of Vauxhall, one of 56 persons who were granted citizenship in Lethbridge Tuesday. The group is the largest number ever to receive citizenship at one time in Lethbridge. citizens represented 19 different countries of origin. The new Area highway changes sought School board briefs Travel funds denied By MURDOCH MACLEOD Herald Staff Writer Changes to three district highway intersections were requested in resolutions passed Tuesday at the annual meeting of the Lethbridge branch of the Alberta Motor Association. One resolution requested a wider left-turn lane and better signing and traffic control devices at the intersection of Highway 3 and Highway 36 at Taber. It said the large volume of traffic turning left on to Highway 36 across Highway 3 had created a dangerous situation. A second resolution asked the government to look into lighting Ihc Raymond turn-off just north of Welling on Highway 4. It said the intersection was well-marked in daylight but was hard for southbound traffic to see after dark. Two resolutions dealt with the turn-off to the Vulcan road Highway 23) from Highway 3. Trey asked for better turn- off signs marking the intersection and for a "grade separation" to eliminate left turns across a four-lane, divided highway. The resolutions said a large number of vehicles were using Highway 23 as a route to Calgary and "there have been several serious accidents at this intersection." Lethbridge MLA manager John Rhodes told The Herald the resolutions would go to the provincial convention in June, and if passed there would be submitted to the cabinet. Ken McLean was re-elected chairman of the branch at the meeting and Jack Gorrie was re-elected vice-chairman. Mr. McLean reported the mid-winter had saved the branch in emergency road service