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m RACINC SUNDAY lUUITIN Sunday, Junt 27, 19651 Mexico Criticism of Him Is Mystifying to Nixon I A MEXICO CITY — (/P) Richard M. Nixon says he is perplexed by a rash of criticism in Mexico, inchiding suggestions he go home. The former vice president told a reporter the criticism apparently arose from what he called misinterpretation of remarks he made on his arrival last weekend. Newspapers quoted him as lamenting Mexico's failure to support the United States in the Dominican Republic issue. He said he had not mentioned Mexico in connection with the Dominican Republic. "I was asked by one of the reporters at the airport about the Dominican situation and I did what I always do abroad, I defended U.S. policy," he said. "When I suggested greater Mexican participation in Lat in American affairs, I meant to be paying a compliment to the Mexican people and the Mexican government. Mexico is a leading Latin-American country and can and should take greater part in hemisphere affairs." Criticism sprang up in several newspapers and the popular Socialist Party suggested he leave Mexico.^ Nixon, here on a vacation with his family, said tiic newspaper criticism had not been reflected in personal contacts. "People have been very friendly," he said. "There's been no indication of any ill feeling. On the contrary, some people have come up to me on the street and told me to ignore the criticism, that it was coming only from a small minority." City Without Light, Power 1 Hour a Day HOUMA, La.—(i?)—Most of this south Louisiana city of 22,000 is without electric power and light for a total of ap proximately one hour daily. A spokesman for the Houma Power & Light Co. said Saturday this situation would continue until Monday, when it is expected rei>airs to gas turbines will have been made. Because of reduced generating capacity, the current has been cut off to various sections of the city for periods of 15 minutes. The spokesman said the cumulative loss of service amounted to about one hour per day per household or business establishment. A hospital and a radio station have emergency power supplies. The city owned utility company does not have a tie-in for emergency power supply from other systems. The spokesman said such an arrangement is being negotiated. Suburban areas of Houma were not involved in the temporary interruption because they are served by Louisiana Power & Light Co. Two Air Force Pilots Found Alive in Wreckage of Plane CHANDLER, Ariz.—(^) — Two young Air Force officers lay injured in wreckage of their jet training plane for eight hours before they were rescued Saturday. The plane, a T37 on a routine training flight from Reese Air Force Base in Wants to Boost Defense Budget WASHINGTON — (JP) — Sen. John C. Stennis has called for an immediate increase in the administration's defense budget. The Mississippi Democrat has told the Senate that the money is needed because of the military involvement in Viet Nam. Congress already has ap- Who, PfOV TGII, proved a special $700 million i frnd for Viet Nam, but Sten -i0o/ ComefSfone? Texas, crashed in the desert shortly after its pilot radioed for clearance to land at Williams Air Force Base near Chandler. A search plane spotted wreckage Saturday, and four men were dropped to the scene. The four directed a helicopter from Williams to the wreckage, and the injured pair was airlifted to the sprawling base about a mile northwest. Spokesmen later said Lt. Malcolm McDonald, 26, of Salem, Ore., and 2d Lt. Harvey K. Ford, 25, of Needham, Mass., were in fair condition with various injuries. The cause of the crash was under investigation. nis said this was inadequate. He said: "A peacetime budget is being used to support combat operations which were not factors in the original planning. "The drain of the Viet Nam operations on our military resources is substantially greater than is generally recognized. The men, equipment and material sen^ to Viet Nam came out of the hides of the military services." You Bro^e 'Em; You Mend 'Em ANNISTON, Ala. —(/P)— Calhoun County Sheriff Roy C. Snead has reached an agreement with a youth charged with bicycle thefts. The youth will assemble the parts of bikes as they are brought in and try to rebuild the two-wheelers he is accused of stealing. Snead says the bike parts are scattered in a wooded area outside Aniston, where the juvenile put them in an effort to hide the thefts. "I wouldn't doubt if we found 30 to 40 bicycles out there," the sheriff said. The bicycle "reassembly line" has been set up in the county jail. POTTSTOWN, Pa. — i/P) —According to records, the cornerstone of Trinity United Church of Christ was laid June II, 1865. To mark the beginning of its 100th year, church leaders thought they'd like to examine the old documents and coins inside the cornerstone. There's one problem. No one can find it. "I just can't find the cornerstone," said the Rev. Dr. John B. Frantz, pastor. "I don't have any idea where it could be." He said he looked at the corners of the building and elsewhere. "I'm sure there's a cornerstone somewhere," he said. Astronaut to Try Life Under Sea $70,000 in Stamps Stolen in London LONDON — (m — Thieves broke into a stamp dealer's shop in London's west end Saturday and stole 25,000 pounds ($70,000) worth of stamps after forcing open a safe. The stamps covered the entire range of Queen Elizabeth II stamps issued in the 12 years of her reign. Tennessee was the scene Of 454 Civil War battles. WASHINGTON — (/P) — Navy Cmdr. M. Scott Carpenter, who once circled the earth in space, now is going to live under the sea. 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