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Norlhwwt Arkanwi TIMES, Friday, July 5, 1074 'Â· FAYITTIVILLI, ARKANÂ»AÂ« ' Greg Sadial keeps cool with his hand in His pocket as he's kissed by Bunny Kapstord. The two four-year-olds were but (or a stroll in a park near Buffalo, N.Y. Their dads are Buffalo policemen, and the occasion was a department picnic. AP Wlrephoto) Father Of Shipwrecked Family Criticizes Coast Guard Rescue HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) -- Edward Home, who spent 13 hours in shark-infested waters with his wife and five children, lias criticized the way the U.S. Coast Guard handled their rescue. Home's 43-foot cabin cruiser, Princess Dianne, sank in a storm Monday night off Carrabelle, Fla. Edward Jr., 3, and Billy, 10, died while en route by helicopter to Tyndall Air Force Â·Base in Panama City, Fla. One arm and one. leg of Billy's, were mangled by a shark. Edward Jr. apparently died of shock and exposure. Home, who lives here,' said Thursday the Coast . Guard should have had oxygen in the rescue helicopter, and 'accused the Coast Guard of failing to resume the air search until three hours after daylight Tuesday. "I'm very bitter because it was criminal not to have oxygen," Home said. "Tex (Edward Jr.) was alive Â· when picked up and I can't say he would have lived had he had oxygen," Home said. "But we were told on the rescue fishing boat it was imperative that he have oxygen." * Home said he radioed the exact position of the cruiser about 10:30 p.m. and he saw a helicopter make two passes in the distance during the night but that Ihe air search was not resumed until three hours after daylight. . , ' . . A Coast Guard spokesman in New Orleans said a rescue cutter left Point Lobos 45 minutes . after receiving the distress signal. He said a plane and a heli- . copter . left that night and searched throughout the night. 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