458 THE ADVOCATE
VOL. 77 PART 3 MAY 2019
(2019) 77 Advocate 289
I note Glen Ridgway’s letter
bemoaning the fact that his letter
to the editor was placed in the
“Grumbles” section of the Advocate.
I had occasion to write a similar letter
to David Roberts, Q.C., your
predecessor. I don’t know whether
it was the subjects I wrote about or
the tone I took. In any event, it did
me no good.
Gerald J. Lecovin, Q.C.
P.S.: This letter you can put in
We are still researching whether
Mr. Ridgway was the boy tossing
chocolate bars up in the air all those
years ago. See Entre Nous (2018) 76
Advocate 813. – Ed.
& Company in the 1950s). His primary
clients were the Butchart
family and Butchart Gardens. And
one final connection: my wife’s
youngest brother has “Tilton” as a
middle given name.
Apologies for going on, but I
again want to say how much we
appreciated the article with its history
of those involved in the dispensing
of justice in early British