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August 27, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 16

Ottawa, Canada
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Thursday, August 27, 1964
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Retired Ottawa busineum a n. Adelard Julian, who died Jan. 10, left an ettate valued at 234, $85. The will, tiled in Carlet on County Surrogate Court. Wednesday, thowa major itemi are: $M.M5 in mortgages; S36.8S1 in bank stocks and other stocks; JS7.000 In . real estate; and $30.. 000 in personal property. Bequests of $500 are made to: Notre Dame Parish for education of candidates "for the priesthood; Patr St. Vincent de . Paul. St. Andrew Street, Ot tawa; St. Joseph's Orphanage. The balance of' the estate is left to his widow. Gilbert Julien. The will is handled by the law firm of Vincent. Addy. Car-bonneau. Mercier and Sirois. up to his retirement, Mr. Julien had been in the taxi and garage business. Among other activities he was vice-president of Cauthler and Company Limited funeral directors, 25S St. Patrick Street. Jury Unable To Find .Cause Of Fatality . A coroner's jury ruled that Gerard Rene de Cotret, 20, of XI Aylmer Boulevard. Avlmer. Who died July 24 when his car struck a concrete pole on Car'ing Avenue, was not In control of ilia car for reasons not determinable from the evidence submitted at an In quest Wednesday night into hit deatli. Tha jury ' concluded the youth died at about 3 a.nt from severe multiple Injuries sustained as the result of hit ting the light standard on the divider atrip on Carting Avenue, 123 feet west of Island Park Drive. The Jury said H "noted" from evidence submitted that seat belts were not being used at the time of the accident and the rear Urea of trie car were bald. According to the evidence. the street' had been watered down by street ft ushers a abort time before the accident- The investigating officer. Constable Frank Cook, said the pavement waa dangerously slippery "all pavement when wet is dan genua,'- particularly ao when the tires on car are bald,' as they were on the youth's car. Constable Cook said it appeared the car travelled 112 feet sideways on the divider atrip before hitting the con-J crete pole. Mr. Rene de Cotret was trapped between the steer Dig wheel .and pole. NORMAL SPEED 1 . , - WHIiam Deevey, of 967 - Wellington Street, who.: was waiting at red light at the Intersection, said the ' car waa travelling west at a normal rate tt speed on Carting Avenue through, the intersec tion wkh the Might in his favor. 1 saw a big cloud of smoke, heard bang and the car had hit the pole.' . - The presiding coroner. Dr. W. T. Kendall, in pursuing the question of the wet pavement. aid he had skidded "on this roadway and my. Urea aren't bald." -. .: . l, ; Two Children Mishap Victims Two small children were tn lured in separate traffic acci dents, four city blocks apart, m a five-minute period Wednesday afternoon. . James Croteau, I, of IM Primrose Avenue, received head injuries when he was knocked to the pavement by an OTC bus on Preston Street, at Somerset Street West, at about 4.M p.m . The boy la reported In good condition in Civic Hospital. Police said he apparently did not" see she bus, 'driven by Gerald Desormeem, 41, of IS 'Fifth Avenue, and stepped off ( curb into Its path. ' Denise David, . of M3 Wellington Street, received an injured knee, when she ran Into the aide of car at the intersection of Spadma Avenue end Somerset Street. She did not re quire hospital treatment. Driver of the car was Oliver Ernest Beauchamp, M. of II Hilda Street. .. -...); v ' THE OTTAWA JOURNAL (' ' ( , .v . ,. THURSDAY, AliQUSf 27; 1964 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 16 Julien Estate $234,685 HHJGE SPECDAL , 4, 8 shot Value iM ........ ' ' ?w 7 -:'v Victim ts, - u twMnm. 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