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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Big issues floated on bond market PAGE 9 TORONTO (CP) Prices on Hie Canadian bond market were mixed to fractionaUy lower in moderately active trading last week. Much of the activity fo- cused on six major issues floated during the week. On Ore week, the short end of the market was higher by about 10 cents and both long-term and corporate bonds were lower by about one-eighth point. Mid- term issues were generally un- changed. Monday, the Province of Quebec floated a new issue to- talling million, million of which was placed privately. The remaining million was of- fered in two open-end maturi- ties. The first part, due Dec. 15, 1883, sold at par to yield 7.50 pea- cent. The second, due Dec. 15, 1396, sold al to yield 7.91 per cent. Dsitillers Onrp.-Seagrams Monday offered a two-part issue totalling million. The first part, million of the total, is due Dec. 15, 1978 and sold at par to yield seven per cent. The remaining million matures Dec. and sold at par to yield 1% per cent. By the end of Friday's -session it was selling at par to Eaton Acceptance released (lie final issue of Monday's ses- sion. It totalled million, ma- turing Dec. 1, 1991, and sold at to yield per cent. Wednesday, the Province of Ontario released a new mil- lion issue, in two parts. The first million was a six per- cent issue, due Dec. 15, 1997, and sold at to yield 6.15 per cent. The remaining million was a TO per cent issue, due Dec. 15, 1996, and sold at The Royal Trust Mortgage Corp. also released a two-part issue Wednesday, totalling million. million of the was at 7% per cent, due Dec. 15, 1977, and the second part, to- talling million, was a 7% per cent issue due Dec. 15, 1931. Both sold at par. MORTGAGE MONEY? to or more! 9 Up to 15-year amortization No hidden charges No bonus No finders fee Open from commencement for home renovations, home purchase, debt consolidation, vacation or any other purpose. C.A.C. REALTY LIMITED A subsidiary of CANADIAN ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION LIMITED COUEGE SHOPPING MALL LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Telephone: 323-2381 For Your Christmas Dinner Dessert May We Suggest CHRISTMAS PUDDING For 12-16 Portions: 4 oz. flour; 2 oz. breadcrumbs; 1 teaspoon mixed spice; 1 level teaspoon cinnamon; 1 level teaspoon nutmeg; 4 oz. shredded suet; 4 oz. brown sugar; 4 oz. grated apple; 1 small grated carrot; 4 oz. mixed crystal- lised peel; 2 eggs; 4 oz. currants; 8 oz. raisins; 4 oz. sultanas; 2 oz. chopped prunes or dried apricots; 4 oz. chopped, blanched almonds; grated rind Vt lemon; juice lemon; grated rind 1 tablespoon golden syrup or black treacle; Vi pint ale, beer or milk. 1. Mix all ingredients together and leave overnight, then stir again, wishing hard for good luck. with foil, greaseproof paper or a cloth. It is a good idea to grease both the inside and outside of the paper to keep pudding dry on or caver with a flour and water paste (mix 8 oz. flour with 3. Steam or boil as time given, allowing long- er time for one pudding. Remove wet cov- ers as soon as pudding is cooked, then put on dry covers and re-sleam for 2-3 hours on Chrislmas morning. ?O SERVE: With Brandy butter made by cream- ing 4 02. butter, 6 oz. icing sugar and 1 table- spoons brandy. TO VARY: Use less spice, eic. TO STORE: In o cool dry place. Preparing fruit for Christmas cooking if wain- ing the fruit allow it to dry for 48 hours in room temperature. CcL'rtesy of HTORONTODOMINION the bank where people make the difference COLLEGE MALL brother THE ONLY SEWING MACHINE DESIGNED FOR THE NEW STRETCH FABRICS BUILT-IN ZIG-ZAG SEWING MACHINE GALAXIE MOOa PROVINCIAL CONSOLE Deluxe sewing consoles 30'A" x 17" x opens to Fils Brother and other fa- mous makes. Mode! 509 Each PATRIOT-DESK CONSOLE Ample drawer space. Size 30Vi" x 16" x 32W opens to 55VV. Walnut or mahogany. Model 525. Embroiders, monograms, appli- ques, sews variety of fancy stitches Bobbin-winder with automatic shut-off winds while you sew Automatic control changes in- stantly; sewa single or twin needle Calibrated fabric takes the guesswork out of selecting correct fabric pressure Convenient picture dial that il- lustrates the exact stitch the built- in cam will deliver Built-in blind stitch gives you professional hem lines Sews with two colors at once Push button reverse Special etched needle plate guides you Jn sewing perfect lines 3-position needle Built-in buttonholer automatically sews all size buttonholes Sews alt stitches without attach- ments 25 year guarantee SEWING MACHINE 209.95 CASE 19.95 Each 1.95 OTHER MODELS AVAILABLE PARSONS Hardware and Appliances Ltd. COMPLETE WITH CASE 229 .90 J locations College Mall and Holiday Village Phone 328-8066 and 327-7066 ;