THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, May 4, 193'
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AIGLE PASS, Tex. (AP)
An American held in Mexican
jails for more than a year dog-
paddled across the Rio Grande
while handcuffed ad under fire
from Mexican police yesterday.
David Driscoll, a 28-year-old
diabetic from Albuquerque,
N.M., escaped en roite to a
hospital from the Mexican pri-
son at Piedras Negras. He swam
about 151 yards in water 10
PIEDRAS NEGRAS, on the
banks of the river just across
from this Texas city, is the site
of the prison from which 13
U.S. citizens were freed last
March 12, 1976 during an arm-
ed raid. All made their way
across the riser to Eagle Pass
and turned thsemselves in to
l)riscoll was also questioned
by the U.S. Border Patrol and
expected to return home
Slow boat to Thailand
Sun silhouettes a solitary fisherman on the Mekong River at Mukdahan, Thailand, recently. Although relations are cool be-
tween Thailand and neighboring Laos and occassional clashes are reported, life remains calm for most inhabitants of villages
on the river boundary.
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