Foreign News: Loewenstein Found

Channel swimmers take off from Cap Gris Nez, France. Last week the Breton fishing trawler Sainte Therese de L'Enfant Jesus was wallowing past Cape Gray Nose when Captain Jean Marie Bougrad espied a body that did not swim.

Boathooks jabbed at a semi-skeleton from which half the flesh had sloughed away. Seeing a glint of gold at the wrist, Captain Bougrad warned his men not to let it slip off. When peered at it proved to be an identification bracelet engraved: Captain Loewenstein, 315 Rue de la Science, Brussels.

"We fisherfolk don't read the papers," said sturdy Breton Bougrad some days later, "All...

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