This issue names the editor and publisher, Alan Michael Frowd, an English conscientious objector who had come to live in Jersey in 1940 with a friend, René H. Franoux.
Thanks to Geoff Morris of Grange Framing, Georgetown, Jersey for the image of the cover of this issue and details of the contents.
Date: July, 1944
Price: 1 Reich Mark
Pages: 28, including covers
Dimensions: 219 x 136 mm
Credit: Edited and published by A. Michael Frowd.
Printer: V.B. Collins & Co., Jersey
P 2-4. Advertisements.
P 5. Memories. 'Hello Me Hearties' by Dusty Walker.
P 6. Review. 'Dangerous Corner' by Patch.
P 7. Broadcasting. By Patient.
P 8. Music. 'Musical Snobs' by Orpheus.
P 9. Celebrity. Frederick Lonsdale by Marjorie Baker.
P 10. Education. Jack Coombs and Paul Williams.
P 11. Poetry. 'Requiem' by Winter Le Brocq.
P 12. Humour. 'Pity the Poor Prompter' by Reg. Grandin.
P 13. Fiction. Competition winner: 'The Record Breaker' by Rex. D. Kirby.
P 17. Inteview. Mrs Stevenson.
P 18. Criticism. 'Open to Criticism' by Patch.
P 20. Dancing. 'New York Calling!' by José Lillicrap.
P 21. Beatury. 'Abstain and be Beautiful' by Elizabeth.
P 22. Concerts. 'Musicians' Choice' by L. Herivel, W. Larbalestier, L Marguerie, Orpehus.
P 25. Crossword. Set by Renatus. Prize
Cover by Blampied (click to enlarge)