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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 - THI lETHBRIDGI HERAID - Wedneiday, December 9, 1970 RCMP grab heroin NORni VANCOm'ER (CP) - An RCMP officer discovered 2,250 capsules of heroin early Tuesday when he stopped a car at a roadbloci; following a $160 service station holdup. The driver tried to make a getaway while ho was being qiiestione ort facilities in the Arctic if development in the north is to progress, the Arctic transportation conference was told Tuesday. Spokesmen for the ministry of transport said Canadian taxpayers have poured $193.8 million into the north during the last five yearn for capital and operating costs. These costs would be even higher in the next five years. Only a few of the 250 settle, ments in tho Arctic had an airport although all could find one vital but a simple 3,000-foot gravel airstrip would cost $250,-000. Maurice Bar! beau, Quebec regional director o( ah- services for the transport mAiistry, said that besides such rough air* strips the Arctic needs five or six major hub airports. "These would have to develop a community ai-ound each of them to attract good technicians." Mr. Baribeau said attempts to provide lateral abr routes to develop the political unity of the north will have to be examined closely. No more north-south routes could be considered at this time. Surface transport would require its share of funds. H. W. Woodward of the northern development department's north-em economic development branch, said $60 million has been planned for northern road construction alone by 1976. A large part of tfie money Give small businesses break Ont. treasurer urges Benson OTTAWA (CP) - (Canada's finance ministers Tuesday ended their annual twoKlay collective look at the state of the economy by persistently questioning fe