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An Irregular Candidate

Jackie Ross was a much-loved Free Presbyterian minister who went to be with the Lord earlier this year. He, started the Blythswood Tract Society which has been much used to spread the gospel and take aid to Eastern Europe. Here we reproduce part of his autobiography recently published by Christian Focus.

Jackie Ross

When my time came to do National Service, I joined the RAF. I was sent to London, to HQ Coastal Command, where I served as a teleprinter operator. There I discovered that though I thought I had grown up and could stand on my own two feet, I was every bit as homesick in London as I had been as a schoolboy in Balmacara.