I remember reading Comic World by Diamond Comics (India) in 90s. This was a digest kind of comics featuring stories from lots of different comics (Indian and foreign both).
It contained a Spider-Man story. I remember this story because I encountered similar story in the Spider-Man 2 movie in the next decade (which wasn't surprising because movies are often based on comics). Here's what I remember from that story:
J. Jonah Jameson criticizing Spider-Man in newspaper. His outfit was similar to the character in Spider-Man movies.
Jameson's son was an astronaut and he was returning from space with a capsule (similar to a Russian one; not the American space shuttle). Jameson tried to replace Spider-Man with his son as a hero in his newspaper.
The capsule's parachute didn't open, and, Spider-Man saved him. It was difficult but he did save the son of a journalist who used to criticize him.
However, Jameson continued to criticize Spider-Man.
Can you please identify the original comic (probably by Marvel) from which Comic World borrowed it? From the quality of the graphics, it looked much older (60s, 70s) but it can't be newer than 90s.