Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 2, 1963 · Page 44
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THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 2, T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 47 --Citizen Pholo STYLE WITH THE CAPE Jesus Cordoba, one of the big names in Mexican bullfighting circles, performs a flashy cape pass on his knees. He will compete Sunday in the Cinco de Mayo cor- rida with Mexico's Andres Btando and Spain's J u a n Galvez. Starting time is 4 p.m. Cinco De Mayo Bullfight To Feature Jesus Cordoba By RANDY BARNETT The colorful Cinco de Mayo celebration Sunday in Nogales will be capped by a corrida featuring two Mexican matadors and a Spanish torero. They will fight and kill six heavyweight bulls from the Penuelas ranch. Fighting Sunday will be Jesus Cordoba and Andreas Blando of Mexico and Juan Galvez of Spain. Cordoba, t h e best-known matador of the three, also fought in the 1962 Cinco de Mayo c o r r i d a in Nogales, where he won an ear, given for a good kill. His general performance, however, lacked excitement. Cordoba had a good winter season in interior Mexico, and appeared in the big Mexico City plaza three times. Last month, in Ecuador, he cut two ears on his first bull, then was severely tossed during his second fight, receiving t h r e e broken ribs. His fight this Sunday will be his first since his injuries. A matador who performs in the classical manner, Cordoba is a good killer of bulls. After a successful career as a novil- lero, he took his alternativa and fought in Mexico for several seasons before going to MANY OTHER USES Slides Enable Police To 'Meet' Suspects There's a "new look" at the Tucson Police Department--a weekly look at persons of particular interest to members of the force. And it's in living color. Detective Capt. William F. Ross said his men have experimented with the project for two weeks, with excellent results. "WE SHOW COLOR slides to all of our detectives at a 8 i n g l e sitting," Ross explained. "About 15 mug shots of arrested subjects, missing persons and hot suspects are flashed on the screen. A member of the detail handling each case gives a complete description of the individual involved." Purpose of the rundown, according to the captain, is to let all hands know w h a t others are working on. "That way, we can all be on the Special Session Needed--Herbert Rep. Richard Herbert, D- Pima, offered the opinion yesterday in a letter to Gov. Paul Fannin that a special session of the legislature "not only is desirous, but is sorely needed." After checking with people in various walks of life, Herbert said, he found "there is an overwhelming desire to have some . . . problems taken care of in a special session." Particular interest in Tucson, he noted, was in funds for the Southern Arizona Mental Health Clinic and capital outlay for the University of Arizona. lookout for the parties of concern to us," he said. Spain. He also has fought in France and South American plazas. Galvez, 01 Seville, Spain, is a valiant young matador who showed his bravery in Nogales last November when he cut an ear during a corrida with Mexico's Jaime Rangel. During that c o r r i d a , he showed style with the cape, and fought his animals right on the horns. He recently appeared with Mexico's great matador J u a n Capitillo in Leon, and cut three ears during the afternoon. He fought for four years as a novillero in Spain before he took his alternativa last year in Leon. Andres Blando is a veteran matador who began fighting as a novillero when he was only 12 years old. He took his alternativa in 1940. During his long career, he has appeared throughout Mexico, South America and Spain. Sunday's fight will be his first one in the Nogales ring. He also has contracts to fight in A SPECIAL SHOWING was presented last week to uniformed officers and it is now planned to give each shift of uniformed men a briefing each week. The photographs are provided by the identification division. Ross said information on wanted persons includes mention of their known companions or probable associates in crime. "IN THE FUTURE," the captain said, "the slides will be m a i n t a i n e d in trays, broken down into different categories. When an armed robbery or similar act of violence occurs, some of the slides and a small projector will be taken to the scene for an immediate showing before witnesses." "Special reviews of especially hot suspects will be presented members of the detective and u n i f o r m divisions Juarez and Tijuana. Starting time for the Cinco de Mayo corrida is 4 p.m. whenever said. necessary," Ross made naturally... so naturally /f's better Salpointe Plans Exhibit Sunday Industrial education projects made by Salpointe High School students will be exhibited Sunday afternoon at the school, 1545 E. 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