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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - July 5, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba Trucks For Sale 610 Vans 616 Marine 650 Campers For Sale 680 Garage Sales 747 Garage Sales 747 1977 CHEV 4X4 1/2 TON, SAFETIED, good condition, body excellent Will consider small car as partial trade Phone 776-2391, mealtime. Sport Utility 611 2000 CHEVY BLAZER LT, AIR, CRUISE, tilt, 8-way power passenger seats, sliding sunroof, heated front seats, aluminum wheels, cassete/CD, roof luggage carrier, heavy duty trailer equipment, extended warranty $27,500. 848-2521 1998 FORD EXPLORER XL 75 000 kms, mint condition. Call 476-2117 after 6 p.m. 1997 CHEV BLAZER 4X4, 4 door power steering, brakes, locks and windows, command start, new tires, safetied, 107,000 kms. $13,900. Phone 726-1739 1997 GMC Jimmy SLT, 4x4, 4-door, fully loaded with leather, 115,000 kms, asking $18,000. 838-2240, evenings 838-2263 1996 CHEV BLAZER 4x4, 4 door, 140 k command start, keyless entry, running boards, safetied. $14,300 OBO 727-3581 1995 Chev Blazer L, 4x4, white, loaded leather, command start, running boards, hitch, safetied, $10,800 Phone 725-8819 1995 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer, loaded, V6, CD, new tires, leather seats, excellent condition. Open to offers. 725-3204 1989 4x4 TRACKER, soft top, 5 speed, safetied, asking $1,800 OBO. Phone 728 7288, leave a message. fofTsale or take over lease” 2001 SLS Jimmy, power windows, locks, cruise, tilt, heated side mirrors, scotch guarded, pewter, 21,000 k’s, fully loaded, non-smoking. 724-3564, leave message Truck Parts For Sale/Wanted 613 Box rails, 4 Dodge mud flaps. Dodge factory 6 stacker CD changer, remote start, tail gate cover Dodge tail light covers, 5 piece winter front. 204-877-3223 after 6 1/2 TON Truck SLEEPER; 4 white spoked rims with new center pieces. Lund sun visor. For details call 827-2780. FOR SALE White truck cab for 8 box Class 3 tow hitch. 5th wheel flow-through tailgate for Chev. Phone 725-3769. Trucks Wanted 614 Vans 1995 Dodge Caravan, automatic, cruise, tilt, air, power brakes, steering, command start, safetied, $6,000 OBO. 725-3607. 1995 Pontiac Transport van, only 95,000 kms. 7 passenger, auto side door, air, cruise, tilt, excellent, $9,500. 725-1882. 1994 PLYMOUTH VAN, V/6, automatic, safetied, excellent condition. Asking $4,900. Phone 726-5106. 1990 FORD Econoline Cargo Van, white, insulated, fuel injected, newer tires, $1,500 Phone 727-4814 or 725-6116. NEED room? 90 Astro van, 7 passenger, 4.3L, V/6, od, rear air/heat, power windows/locks, $3495. new safety, 724-6868 SELLING for parts. 1989 Ford Aerostar van. 177,498 kms, V/6, 3.0 engine, good condition. $230 OBO. Call 726-0271. 1988 CHEV Astro Van 4.3L, automatic, 163.000 kms, good condition, 40,000 k on rebuilt engine Safetied. $4800. 727-0069. 1988 Plymouth Voyager, 3 litre, safetied, new tires & transmission, lots other new parts $2,500 OBO 204-826-2053. 1987 Chevy Astro, current safety, 7 passenger. power windows and locks. A/C. 185.000 kms, $3,500 466-2611 Sidney 1986 DODGE CARAVAN SE, 2.6L, 4 cyl-inder, 5 passenger, no rust, safetied, $2,800 OBO 763-8783 or 721-0374. Farm Tractors 620 Farm Implements 622 Stock/Utility Trailers 624 2 horse trailer, very good condition, brakes, mats & divider. $3200. 523-8359 WANTED: 1975-1990 1 TON TRUCK with standard transmission. Phone 838-2095. WE BUY TRUCKS, VANS & 4X4 S. Champagne Auto, 18th St. N 727-8277 Trailers Sale/Rent 625 616 Marine 650 2000 GRAND CARAVAN SPORT, quad seating, AM/FM CD, loaded, Rally wheels, $22,900 safetied 725-3206, 724-2499 2000 WINDSTAR LX. $13,700; 1999 Grand Voyager ext., $13,900, 1998 Venture LS ext., $13,900; 1998 Windstar GL, $10,000. Rob 725-4480 or Larry 727-1557 2000 WINDSTaF LX, 3.8L. dual doors, quads, rear heat/air, keyless entry, 82K, $16,999; 1999 Windstar LX, same options as above. 86K, $16,300 (Both lease re turns.) 724-7474 www.firststreetfirst.com 2000 WINDSTAR LX. 3 8 litre dual doors, loaded, 128,000 kms, new tires, mint, $13,300 Phone 728-5573 or 724-7072. 2000 Windstar LX, immaculate. 5-door, loaded, only 40,000 k. warranty, 3.8L, keyless entry, anti theft, CD, safetied, trades considered. Brmkworth Auto, 728-6597 1998 Ford Windstar, loaded, quad seating, aluminum wheels, very, very clean, safetied $9,900 OBO Phone 726-5650. 151/2’ Tri-Hull, open bow. 50-h.p. Mercury motor, full canopy, split windshield, asking $2,000 OBO. Phone 725-3499. MASSEY Ferguson 65 diesel, new clutch, etc 3 point, $4,400. Allis Chalmers 50-50 diesel, heavy duty loader, 3 pt, cab, 3200 original hours, $7,900. Phone 724-6228. ‘“DUGOUTS*** 170X55X15,    $1,475, 110X55X10, $980. Call between June 29 - JULY 13. Phone 204-523-6545. jiZjsrmSrMtsrnk Mfi RINE** LEISURE 2030 Park Ave. 727-1151 YAMAHA 4 stroke outboard motors in stock Ready for Summer! See Dealer For Details. 1977 International 3200 Skidsteer, buckets Si fork, asking $3,500 OBO. Good condition. Phone 724-6689 or 763-8715. DUGOUT SPECIAL, 165x65x15, $1,800 (PFRA eligible), 110x65x10 $1,100. Dugout clean out, $600 (most sizes). Call Kelly Doherty, 724-4521. Motorcycles 660 1999 INTERSTATE 16' enclosed trailer. bumper hitch, ready for job site. Rear barn doors & side man door. Phone 724-5198. S16 Lund, older 35-h.p Johnson and trailer, asking $2,500 OBO. Phone 204-535-2347 after 6 p.m. , ask for Jim. 16’ Starcraft with 18-h p. Evinrude & trailer, 40 lb Minnkota, electric. Eagle fish finder, deep cycle charger & battery, life jackets, paddles, $1,975. 728-1297. 15 1/2 ANCHOR fibreglass boat, 50-h.p. Mercury, trim, 2 tanks, Caulkins trailer, $2,500 FIRM Call 725-3735, 15' OPEN BOW Anchor tri-hull with 60 h p. motor & Caulkin trailer. Very good condition. $2,500. 727-8386 or 728-1949. 14’ Anchor Fiberglass boat, 40-h p. Mercury, electric start, tilt trailer, seats need to be recovered, $1,200 OBO or trade for a Skidoo of equal value. 726-0459. 12’ Aluminum boat, $250. 724-7594. 2001 Bayliner 175 Capri. 3.0 L Mercruiser, in/out board, open bow, showroom condition, frailer and cover, $15,900. 725-6109. All Terrain Vehicles 664 Campers For Sale 680 1983 Frontier 8’6" slide-in truck camper, sleeps 4, 3 way fridge, furnace, toilet, hydraulic jacks & extras. $1,700. 728-3842. 1997 Polaris Personal Watercraft 900, $4,500 OBO; Watercraft lift, brand new, never used, $1,000 OBO. Call 522-3598. 1996~POLARIS SEADOO 780 cc, with trailer and cover, excellent condition, $3,400 OBO Call 729-7008. 1996 SEADOOVWTH TRAILER & cover, 2 seater, 85-h.p. with new battery, $3,000 OBO. Call 726-9185 or 725-9201. 1994 17’ CRESTLINER, 100 h p. Mere live well, depth finder, GPS, topper & tarp, EZ loader trailer with electric winch. Always shedded, excellent condition. $13,900. 204-649-2318 or 725-8819. 1984 BAYLINER 2150 WITH CUDDY, barbecue, toilet, 305 Volvo. Lots of extras. LCR finder. Open to offers. 726-3947. LARGE 14’ boat with 40 h.p. motor electric start. Will trade for smaller boat & motor. $600. Call 826-2582. Travel Trailers For Sale 684 1979 Bonair 700 tent trailer, sleeps 6. some upgrades, $1,500 OBO. Phone 571-0102 after 5:00 p.m. 1978 Edson trailer, sleeps 6, fridge, oven/stove, furnace, equalizer hitch, lots of storage. Phone 727-7812. 1977 17’ LEOCRAFT TRAILER. Sleeps 4-6. 3 way fridge, stove furnace, toilet, electric brakes, excellent condition, $2,500 OBO. Phone 204-867-2032. 1976 Vanguard 16' trailer, fridge, stove, furnace, toilet, sleeps 4. new curtains & upholstery, $2,400 OBO. 827-2396 after 5 1975 21’ NOMAD CAMPER, bathroom, sleeps 6, excellent condition, asking $5,500. Phone 204-386-2302 after 6 . 1974 21’ PROWLER TANDEM awning, fridge, stove, loaded, mint, first $4,500 takes it. Call 725-4147. 1974 Triple E 17’ trailer, new propane lines, pump, convertor, batteries. Good condition. Sleeps 6, bathroom. $2,999. 910 Patricia Ave., 726-4688. FAST SALE, 14’ Triple E Camper, fridge, stove, newer tires & propane tanks, 1405 Van Horne. $1,750. Call 761-3888. Motorhomes For Sale 688 FUN FAMILY & FISHING 95/90-hp Honda, on 17’x3" Lund pro guide, too many features to list. Phone 728-0764. 2001 KAWASAKI KX125, excellent condition, $4,750 OBO. Call 571-0447. 1984 GS 1150 EF, excellent condition, $3,500. Tent Trailer, hard top, $550. Phone 727-3433. 1984 Kawasaki 750, 4-cylinder, 18,000 kms, safetied, good shape, black in color, $2,500. Phone 725-6116 or 727-4814. 1980 Yamaha XS1100 low kms, saddle bags and trunk, full ferring, $1,800. Phone 204-724-2489. 1979“ YAMAHA- GT 80 DIRT BIKE, very good condition, $800 OBO. Phone 725-4382 or 727-8110. 4th ANNUAL BESTMAN-BIKE” FEST for Westman Dreams For Kids, July 12 8. 13, Ox'n Cart Campground, Oak Lake, MB. Live bands, camping, poker run, BBQ dinner. Info, call Chris, (204) 761-3888. Auction Sales 740 1985 HONDA TRX 250, 4 WHEELER, asking $1,500 OBO. Phone 725-4598. 2001 Mallard, king bed, bunks, sleeps 6, fully loaded, still looks and smells new $19,000. Call 571-6455 to see. 1989 STARCRAFT STARFLYER camper, sleeps 6, furnace, fridge, inside/outside stove, awning, $3,900. Phone 855-2044 after 6 and weekends. 1986 STARCRAFT Hardtop Tent Trailer 2 burner stove, ice box, sleeps 4-5 people, $2,400 OBO. Phone 728-9996. PARKLAND TENT TRAILER, sleeps 5, $500 OBO. Call 725-0623. Garage Sales 747 Garage Sale 40 70*o,, 751-18th Street Thurs. & Fri. - 10-8 Sat. 9-5 1999 29’ SHASTA, V/10 ENGINE, generator, air, awning, rear bedroom (queen bed), sleeps 6, excellent condition, 45,600 kms, $54,300, warranty. Phone 727-3676. 1991 AIRSTREAM Land Yacht, 36’, fully loaded including leather/cloth interior. $45,000. Safetied. Call Gary at Champagne Auto 727-8277 or 721-0977. 1991 PACE ARROW MOTORHOME^ loaded, safety checked, can be seen at 4525 Victoria Avenue. $50,000. 725-4769. 1990 Bow West camper van, Dodge maxi, loaded, rear twin beds or king, fridge, stove, furnace, toilet, awning, safetied, immaculate condition, $14,900. 483-3842. 1979 CHATEAU 28’ Class A motorhome, roof & dash air, rear bedroom/double bed. Asking $14,900. 867-3971, celli 867-7356. 1977~ DODGE EDSON, 2-way fridge, good condition. $6,000 OBO. 729-0493. 1976 Triple E, real good shape, only 6,000 miles on a new motor, sleeps 6, roof air conditioning, $10,500. Phone 826-2582. 1976 Winnebago, 25’ class A, 454 engine, roof air, sleeps 6-8, 54,000 miles, clean, ready to go, safetied. $8,500. 728-5230. 1973 24’ CLASS’ A TRIPLE E moto-rhome Low mileage, 2 way fridge, stove, oven, furnace, large bathroom, good tires, ready to go. $7,000. Call 748-6088. MOVIE SALE Cle mmcnson's Movies Pf More - MOVIE SALE -1000’s of previous viewed movies for sale: 4 for $20 & 4 for $10 (Tax Included) j Fri., July 5, 12-6 I I Sat., July 6, 10-6 I I I I Sun., July 7, 12-6 I I DON’T MISS THIS V * HI CE CLEARANCE!! 6 Linden Blvd. Household contents of a senior’s apartment Fri. July 5, 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. Sat. July 6, 9 a.m. -1 p.m. LARGE FAMILY YARD SALE Furniture, household items, baby clothes, kids toys, oak bar, much more. Sat. July 6, 9-2 1347-8th Street ESTATE YARD SALE 3 miles N. Jct. of Hwy #1 & #10 Fri, July 5, 5 • 9 p.m. Sat., July 6, 9 a.m. • 4 p.m. Furniture, clothing, books, canning supplies & various household items Something for everyone! MURRAY Davies & Consignors' Auction Sale, Saturday, July 6, at 10:30 a.m. in the Curling rink. Sandy Lake, Manitoba Good selection of furniture, appliances & miscellaneous household items, including some antiques; lawn & garden equipment, power tools, camping supplies, etc; 1979 Ford Vanguard fully equipped high roof camper van, sleeps 4, 28,000 kms, safetied. Wm Arnold Auction Service, Lake Audy, MB. Phone 848-2234 or 848-2205. MOVING SALE 4155 Centennial Blvd. Saturday, 9-1 Must sell various items, table & chairs, Fisher Price games table & more. 23 PRELUDE BAY, SATURDAY, JULY 6th, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. MOVING SALE, down sizing. 38 Cedar Bay, Friday, 4-8 and Saturday, 9-4. SPARE CLOSET SALE of abandoned goods. Toys, carseat, weights, hockey equipment, clothes, bed, sewing machine, Hewett Packard printer. Items displayed 1035 on 20th. (behind Keystone Motor Inn) Friday, 10-4 and Sat. 10-2. PLUMBING & HEATING SHOP Closing Out Sale - fittings, pipes, tools, diamond drill, tinsmith parts, fixtures, etc. Back lane entrance. 120 - 9th St. 9 a rn. - 4 p.m. Saturday, July 6 & Sunday, July 7. THURS & FRI, 3-8, engines, tires, rims, clothes & household items. 4 miles west of Husky on #1 highway, at highway 270 (rivers turn off) turn south onto frontage road, follow signs, very first house. MULTI-FAMILY'TaRdTsALE 1605-9th St. Fri., July 5, 5-9 p.m. & Sat. July 6. 8-3. GARAGE Sale, 121 Patterson Cres. July 6, 9-3 p.m. Dresser, stroller, desk, baby clothes (Just Like Me), queen size bed frame, barbecue, toddler bed & much, much more. Something for everyone. 1150-19th STREET, Friday. 1-5, Satur day, 9-1. A lot of new items. Large boiler baker, furniture, lamps, records, collectibles, vintage clothes & much more. SATURDAY, July 6, 53fT24th Street, 10- 4. Little Tykes tool bench, toys, adult & children's clothes, golf bags, safety gate, miscellaneous items. GARAGE SALE Fri. & Sat. 9-3. House-hold items. Also RC planes & boats. Will trade for HO. 230-12th St. East. 2 FAMILY YARD SALE, Sat., July 6, 9-7 Rain or shine! 17 Fotheringham Drive. Something for everyone! LARGE MULTI FAMILY yard sale 1234-9th St. Friday, July 5, 10 a m. - 6 p.m. Saturday, July 6. 8 a.m. -4pm. 3 family yard sale - Sat, June 6, 9-4. 131 23rd St. Movies/bikes/plants/toys/clothes, & much more. Everything going cheap! 1602 10th St. Sat 9-2, 2 family yard sale, something for everyone, also selling hairdressing equipment: sinks, chairs, dryers. YARD Sale, 20 Fife Bay, Sat. 8-2. Lots of toddlers clothes, sizes 9 months to size 2, furniture, lawnmower, miscellaneous. 2 1/2 miles north of airport on #10 highway. Fri 2-8 p.m. Sat 10 a.rn.-6 p.m. Furniture, bikes, tools, and much more. LARGE 3 Family yard sale 53 River-heights Drive. Friday, July 5, 4-7 p.m. Saturday, July 6, 9-3 p.m. ESTATE Stuff, some furniture, household effects, winter coats. 56 Ashgrove. Sat 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. no earlybirds. 536 FRANKLIN, Fri., July 5, 4-7. Infant - size 3 clothes, toys, miscellaneous. GARAGE SALE - 8-1, Sat., July 6, 37 McLeod Drive. Various items. 73 ELMDALE BLVD. - MOVING SALE, Saturday, July 6, 8 a m. - 4 p.m. NORTH Hill, 12 Kerr Place, Sat 9-3, Sun 9-2. A/C, kids items, skis, knitting machine HUGE Family yard sale, sat. 8:30-3 p.m. 56 Basswood Bay. 2? DELTA "BAY Friday & Saturday. Kids stuff, toys & Universal York gym. 2 BAKER BAY, Sat, July 6,9-2 p.m. 512-12TH STREET, Sat & Sun. 10 a.rn Flea Markets 755 OAK Lake Cottage Owners Association. Beach Flea/Craft/Market Garden Sale. August 4. Rain date Aug. 5. 10-2 p.m. Provincial Park Picnic Area across from main beach. Table rental $15/table. Send name & cheque payable to OLCOA by July 26, Box 174, Oak Lake, MB ROM 1P0. For information call 204-748-3255. H & H ROADSIDE CAFE - Alexander, MB, 250 off Hwy #1. Flea Market Sunday, July 7, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Tables $12, Live country band. Smorg $7.99 + tax. Interac available. Phone Donna or Pat 752-2344.PM’s failure to confirm he’ll welcome the Pope causing buzz OTTAWA — Prime Minister Jean Chretien has stirred controversy in the Roman Catholic community over a perceived snub of Pope John Paul. Organizers of the Pope’s visit say they have been told Chretien will not be part of the official welcoming party when the pontiff arrives in Toronto later this month to help celebrate World Youth Day. Talk show callers and even one Liberal MP say that would be seen as a snub — intentional or not — of the ailing Pope. But the prime minister’s office insists no decision has been made yet whether Chretien will attend. World Youth Day organizers say Deputy Prime Minister John Manley has been tabbed to represent the prime minister and the governor general at the official welcome — a disappointment to the Roman Catholic community. The Pope is scheduled to be in the Toronto area from July 22-28. Father Tom Rosica, national director of World Youth Day 2002, said he was “personally disappointed” the two leaders won’t be present for the greeting. Gov. Gen. Adrienne Clarkson will be out of the country, but does plan to meet privately with the Pope later during his visit. Radio talk shows in Toronto were buzzing over the subject yesterday, with some people demanding Chretien personally greet the Vatican’s head of state. Toronto-area Liberal MP Dan McTeague says he’s received dozens of calls from constituents angry that the prime minister won’t be there. “We’ve received in excess of 30 calls and the numbers do not seem to be decreasing,” McTeague said yesterday. “They’re concerned that the prime minister may unwittingly be snubbing the Pope.” McTeague said he thinks it’s incumbent on the prime minister to meet with the Pope. “I think there’s a public expectation that this happen.” Canadian Press Martin waging ‘coup*: critics By Terry Pedwell Canadian Press OTTAWA — Jean Chretien supporters are accusing Paul Martin of launching a de facto “political coup" against the prime minister by refusing to say whether his backers should vote for a leadership convention in February. “If Martin’s organizers are organizing against the PM for February, if they are turning out people to vote in favour of a leadership convention, what would you call it?” one Chretien backer said on condition of anonymity, “If they’re going to organize against the PM and try some kind of coup in February, that’s not good for Canadians.” “I’ve got to believe that people do not believe in a coup.” The prime minister’s organizers aired their complaints about Martin’s tactics following a leadership strategy session yesterday. Chretien faces an automatic review at the Liberal convention in February. If he doesn’t get enough support for his continued leadership, he will face a contest for a new leader. Martin, the frontrunner in the so-far undeclared race, is crisscrossing the country this summer with his new vision for Canada. Paul Martin speaks to a crowd of about 200 at Exploration Place in Prince George, B.C., yesterday. The $50-a-ticket luncheon was a fundraiser for the Prince George-Bulkley Valley Liberal riding association. Though his supporters insist he’s not conducting a leadership campaign, his activities are those of a politician on the campaign trail and he has drawn large crowds. Martin no longer has the cachet of a cabinet portfolio to back up his tour — Chretien turfed him out of cabinet in June after the former finance minister publicly pondered his options in the face of orders from his boss that all cabinet ministers stop campaigning for the leadership. Chretien supporters say it’s time Martin stated his intentions. "Paul Martin should clearly say ‘I will tell my people to vote against a leadership convention in February’ or ‘I will be telling my people to vote for a leadership convention,’” said another supporter. “You can’t go out there and position yourself as the leader m-waiting, calling for change all for the good of the party and not answer the most basic of questions — like what is your organization going to do in February.” While Martin supporters don’t like the term ‘coup,’ they don’t deny that’s what the former finance minister is attempting. MP Dan McTeague, a strong Martin supporter, suggests Chretien brought it on himself. “They uncorked the genie and allowed this leadership (contest) to begin,” McTeague said in an interview from his Toronto-area riding. “They should hardly find it surprising that there are people who actually, after nine years of absolute loyalty by Paul, are now saying it’s time to think about a different course,” he said. McTeague said what Martin supporters are doing is no different from what Chretien and his backers did to former prime minister John Turner. “I was there in 1986 when the Chretien people were actively involved in taking down John Turner,” McTeague said. Former Tory cabinet minister wants to challenge Clark By Bruce Cheadle Canadian Press OTTAWA — Heward Grafftey, a former cabinet minister in the short-lived Conservative government of Joe Clark, savs he’ll run to lead the Tories if Clark loses a leadership review vote next month. Grafftey, who turns 74 on Aug. 5, has scheduled a news conference for Monday in Ottawa where he’ll declare his leadership intentions. “I’m not telling Clark to step down, but if we don’t have a grassroots leadership vote in the party, the party disappears,” Grafftey said yesterday in an interview from his Montreal-area home. Clark, 63, faces an automatic leadership review by delegates at the party’s annual general meeting in Edmonton, Aug. 22-25. There have been periodic grumblings about Clark’s tenure as party leader, especially since the election of Stephen Harper as Canadian Alliance leader in March and the subsequent collapse of a parliamentary coalition between the 12 Tory MPs and a half dozen disgruntled Alliance members. Last month, Harvie Andre, a Clark advisor who co-chaired his 1998 leadership campaign, said he expected the Tory leader would announce his retirement prior to the August convention Clark has repeatedly shot down such speculation, saying he intends to go through the leadership review and lead the party in the next federal election. Grafftey becomes the first person to publicly state he wants to succeed Clark. From 1958 to 1980, Grafftey was elected seven times in the Quebec riding of Brome-Missisquoi, and he served as minister of science and technology in Clark’s 1979 government. He ha:, also written books on Canada’s federal political scene, most recently Democracy Challenged: How to End One-Party Rule in Canada. Grafftey said yesterday he has personally canvassed more than 1,000 Tory party members across the country “and not one of them said (Clark) should stay on.” “I’m telling him to have the guts to put his leadership up to a real leadership race (with other contenders),” Grafftey said. Family agrees to have father cremated FREDERICTON— The family of a Nova Scotia man who died in China last week has agreed to have his remains cremated so he can be brought home. Keith Bowen had been teaching English in southern China when he died from what was believed to be a heart attack. His family was shocked after officials told them it would cost $15,000 to have his body embalmed and flown home — a cost they said they could not afford. Family members said Bowen had wanted to be buried in his native home of Pictou, N.S. Canadian Press CANADIAN PRESS ;