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4-&-LUBBOCK AVALANCHE-JOURNAL-. Friday Morning, April 4, 1975 Law Students Research Wife Beatings ( Patterns And Needlework Smooth-Fitting Tote Bag ANN ARBOR, Mich. (UPI) — The woman was pinned against a wall, a butcher knife poised at her throat. She was six months pregnant put her assailant slammed his lists into her stomach, again and again. He kicked a chair onto her stomach and she blacked out. When she came to, he waa still beating her. The woman's assailant was not a stranger. He was her husband. He began beating her, she saicl. when she misplaced his cigaretes. Assault .reports like this can be found in police departments files in almost every cily in the nation. Yet the phenomenon known as wife beating remains fogged the lower economic classes |0nly half of those complaints, ifrequently attacked were the 1324 All JlZtS 36-50 A Jiffy. Sew is this smooth-fitting dress! No. 1324 with Photo-Guide is in Sizes 38 to 50. Size 40, 44 bust . . . 2% yards 60- inch. 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N«. 8-117- UUILTS ON 'PARADE. Direction! tor sixteen quilts. Ho. a-m-GRANDMOTHER'S FLOWER QUILTS. IS flsclnjllne WiHt. No. ft-119 - AMERICA'S FAVORITE AFGHANS. A beautiful iilection. .ecmisc of 3auk of access to women In the upper strata. They emphasized wife beating straddles all occupations, levels of education, duration of marriage and family size. Detroit R e c o r d e r's Court Judge Sue Borman said the middle or upper class woman is less likely to bring charges against her husband because of embarrassment. "She has the ability to get away from the man, too," Judge Borman saicl, "more economic ability." Uliss Eisenberg and 'Mrs, Micklow said most cases of wife beatings probably are not reported to police because of three factors—humiliation, fear of reprisal, and the stumbling .- "-, , = ,. —.""",*•• o reprsa, an e sumng by social prejudices and «rbi- block ^ ^ f along the trarv laws. Arrests and ronvic- «'"» 0 ""- irary laws. Arrests and convic tlons are rare, Two University of Michigan law students recently completed an extensive study on wife assaults. The results are statistically imperfect but the impact Is staggering. Sue Eisenberg, 2-1, and Pat Micklow, 37, both third-year law students, titled their research study "The Assaulted Wife: 'Catch 22' Revisited." "Wife beating is a misunderstood and tacitly accepted custom,' they wrote. "It is burdened by societal humor, thoughtless tolerance and arbitrary applications of the law. legal path. The woman index of women in the our "It is an devaluation of society." The pair said wife assaults are treated as a social problem, not n crime. Cases are buried in divorce, assault and homicide statistics, making it difficult to pinpoint the scope and frequency. Starting in April, 1973, the researchers interviewed 20 women in two Michigan counties who had been beaten by their husbands. They also talked to police officers, prosecutors, judges and emergency room doctors. Tlie victims, identified only by age and occupation, revealed a startling string of horror stories. "He used to kick me when I was down like a flog," one woman said "If my clothes were ripped during the fight, he would make me sit and sew them right after the beating." The wives ranged in ago from 19 to 35. The researchers admitted the sample was heavily weighted to persons in barriers wherever she goes, the police, courts, prosecutors, ' :ilrs. Micklow said. "There is an emphasis in this society on preserving the marriage at all costs." The researchers said they were convinced from interviews with police officials that most officers are trained to view wife-beating as a family problem, better handled by a social worker or counselor, and to avoid making arrests. Of the 20 women interviewed, 16 called the police. Officers responded with a house call in runs into n only one cas« was an arrest made. The victims insisted they did nothing to provoke the assaults, and most said when they tried o defend themselves, the beatings increased In Intensity. Miss Eisenberg and Mrs. Wcklow said there Is no way to estimate accurately how many vives are beaten by their lusbands, but offered these ndications: A 197-1 Detroit Police Department study showed 85 per cent of 144 assault complaints were ilccl by women, half of whom were married. A Wayne County assistant prosecutor said wife assault is one of the most frequent crimes ic encounters. The police chief of a small Washtenaw County town of 6,000 said family assault calls come in every day. A doctor at a Detroit hospital emergency room said he sees wife assault cases Reception Marks Exhibit Opening A-J Correspondent SN'YDER—A reception Saturday marks the opening of an art exhibit featuring paintings by Lois Duerkson Burney and Donna Davis Holt. The coffee Is open to the public and will be from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Martha Ann Woman's Paintings will remain on display from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m each Tuesday through Friday in the woman's clubhouse. Mrs. Burney graduated from the University of Northern Colorado and is a member of the Snyder Palette Club. Mrs. Holt, a native of Snydcv, attended Texas Christian University and is continuing her art instruction with LaVerla Lovell in Snyder. Program information in TV Weekly Log is supplied by the Networks and local Irkvision stations and is subject to change. (B/W) Black and White Program. (R) Repeat frog ram. €:30 © Farm & Ranch News 6:45 (ED New Mexico Report 7:00 CED Farm Show O) CBS News 61 AM America 7:30 (BD Today Show 8:00 (ID Captain Kangaroo — Singing DeCormiers Join in a musical morning. 8:00 CD Sesame Street — No. 775. Big Bird tries to paint the doors leading to the playground. O People Place — Mayor Roy Bass visits; exhibit of Chinese clothes, jewelry, painting. (18 Jack UaLanne @ TTO Show 9:30 QJ Wheel Of Fortune Q£ Not For Women Only 10:00 (S Electric Company — No. 510. Spidcr-\fan tries to nab the Birthday Bandit who robs children's birthdays. CD High Rollers O Now You See It @ Lucy Show 10:30 (D Villa AleRre OJ Hollywood Squares ILJJ Love Of Life ® Brady Bunch 10:55 (ID CBS News 11:00 (JD Misterogcrs — No. 555. Presentation, of new children's opera "The Key to Otherland." with opera singers John Rcardon, Betty Aberlin. OJ) Jackpot OS Young* HestJtss 05 Password 11:30 OB Blank Check Oil Search For Tomorrow ® Split Second 11:55 O NBC News 12:00 O Celebrity Sweepstakes (33) News, Weather, Sports 6 All My Children 11:30 QD How To Survive A Marriage 01) As The World Turns SS Let's Make A Deal 1:00 CLD Days Of Our Lives (H) Guiding Light @ $10.000 Pyramid 1:30 O Doctors (U) Edge Of Night @ Big Showdown 2:00 (IB Another World 05 I'rice ts Right 6 General Hospital 2:30 CS Match Game fiS One Life To Live 3:00 LB Sesame Street (Repeat ol morning telecast) Q.O Somerset CLD Tatlletales & Money Maze 3:30 O Beverly Hillbillies fli) Joker's Wild @ Movie: "Deep Six" I1958» Alan Ladd, William Bcndis. Joey Bishop, Kfrcm Zimbalist Jr., James Whitmore. Naval commander will not go against his religious convictions to give order to fire on approaching enemy plane. •I:00 !D Misterogcrs (llcpcat of morning telecast) (U Gomcr Pylc djj Gambit 4:30 ts) Villa Alcgre (Repeat of morning telecast) Ironside u, Bonanza 5:00 (S Electric Co. (Repeat of morning telecast) 5:1)0 LS) l.ilias. Yoga And You (BW) Of; NBC News ij.ij COS News ES ABC News ti:0fl (s) Play Bridge With The Kxpcrts — Guest expert Is Paul Holdgc of Houston, former frequent partner of Charles Gorcn and winner of many national I9ur- namenls over the past 35 years. 03 IS ® News, Weather, Sports 6:30 (U Black Perspective On The News Qj) Emergency (R) Nurse starts unfounded gossip about a doctor having financial troubles. OH To Tell The Truth OJ Pop Goes Country 7:00 (S Washington Week In Review CIS) Friday Comedy Special — "Black Bart" Lou (jossett. Steve Landeshcrg, Millie Slavln. Noble Willingham star. First black sheriff of Western town peopled primarily by racial bigots encounters difficulties. (3|> Kolchak: Night Stalker (ilk Female demon lures young men into death. 7:,70 rf) Wall Street Week — "Is • it Un-American to Sell .Short'.'" (ID Chico &Thc Man III) Ed is shamed into action by Chifo after he is stumped by n minor repair job on a loreign car. n j; We'll Get By — Kenny's ti^ht with a rival baseball player becomes a traumatic experience. !i:00 (i'j Masterpiece Theatre (Repeat of Sunday) iiij Roctsford Files (R) llockforri checks on philandering husband nnd linris him dead under mysterious circumstances. P.3J CBS Movie: "The Other" (1972) Uta Hagen, Diana Muldaur, Victor French. Suspense story of hoy's compulsion to prey upon his own family. SSI Hot 1 Baltimore ~ April's heroism so impresses Cunslcy that he falls madly in love with her. 8:30 3J$ 0(1(5 Couple (R) Felix sets out to disprove Oscar's c ii n t P n I i o n I h n t N c w Yorkers arc victimized by a rip-off society. fi:nn fTi Aviation Weather — Jlnw to get an instrument rating and an oral review. (\!i Police Woman (R) Pepper and Sgt. Crowlcy work to trap rapist after two hospital patients' wives are sliiin. ftS (ict Christie Love — Moves to new lime and day. Christie pulls out M slop* to protect her new neighbor who appears to be in, perilous jeopardy. fi:3n (.53 Plane Talk 1U:00 (D Cinema Showcase — (iucst: K.G.Marshall. (i.O sjj) @ News, Weather, Sports 111:1)0 (ijj Tonight Show —Guests: George Peppard, comedian Sieve Martin. 03} CBS Late .Movie: "Haintrcc County" (1957) Montgomery Clifl, Elizabeth Taylor, Eva Marie Saint. Young man "(Inserts his childhood sweetheart to marry Southern hclle and then as Civil War approaches their disparity of background is magnified. (S/ Wide World Mystery — "Two 'Deaths of Scan Dooiittle" George Griziard stars. Man's plan to escape into new life goes awry. 12:00 ;KJ Midnight Special - The (Hi i n Players guests. arc sole Area Television Log ~ KtWA uHnnKKl, »—(HIFSSA Friday, April 4, 7:06 CBSNiwi 8:00 C Knncaroo »:00 Jofcn-i Wild 9:SO Gnmblt IB:«0 Mow-Bee It ID .M Lovt ot Life (I.-no Vounir-RHII«« 11:30 3e»rch-Tmrw K'- huh Noon 12:::B World Tunn 1:00 OuldlrtfU. 1:W Edfeof Mrtit 2:00 Price — Rt. 2:30 Match O»m» 3:00 T.ittletnlcs 3:30 M. Griff i n 5:00 Learn A Live 5:30 CBS Ntwt 1:00 mvs C:33 Dragnet 7:00 Hee (taw 8:00 CBS Movl« 10:00 NWB 1U--0 CBS llovle KVII CIUKNBI, 7-AMAIWXO Friday, April 4. IM5 •:50 Kindergarten 7:00 Gen. Hospital 6:45 New! 7: IS New 7*0 7:43 Cartooni 8:U<I semtT.i at. 9:00 DC n nil 9:30 Ktiiuttra 10:00 Hocan 10:30 Brady Bunch 21:00 I'nsaword ll:r,0 Split Second '•J'".' News :2:?X) VUke-Dtal 1:SO Olr:-My Life 1:00 Newlywedj 2:30 One LJ1« 3:00 Pyramid 3:30 Lucy • 4:09 Jeannle •1:30 HIUbtlllM 5:00 U. Van Drt« S:M A.BO Newi 8:00 Newi S:30 Tcll-Trulh 7:00 M Mil. Man 10:00 Ntwi 10:4a P. llaion 11:43 ABC BpcL KFDA CIIA.V.vr.I. 10—AMARIMX) Friday, April i, 1J7S 2:^0 Match Onmt 3:00 Tntttn Tales 3:30 Bewitched 4:00 Dusty S:frO Truth-Cornea. .4:30 That Olrl 5:20 CBS Nc»« «:00 NWS «:30 What's my llni 7:00 Dirty.Sally 7:31) GoodTlmoj 8:0) rrris Movie 10:00 NW3 B:T.O Amarlllo col. 7:00 CBaNcws S:00 O. Kananroo B:00 Joker'i Wild 0:CO Gambit 10:00 Novv-KM It 10:30 LoveOf Li(8 10:55 CB3 News 11:00 Young Rcstleii 11.-30 Scarch-Tmrw 12:00 N\Vs 13:30 Worlfl Turni 1:00 Ouldlnr U. 1-3U Eduenl Nlsht 2:00 Trlcc-Rt 10:30 CBS Movlf KG NO CHANNKJ, . . FrMny, An.ll 4, «.JO M Today 7:00 rodix 9:1X1 Dlruih'i It 9:» Jeopardy 0:30 11:00 Jacknoi 13:08 Noonintcb 1J:30 1 On Ualcta 1:30 Docion 3:00 Another World »:M How-Surrlv* 3:00 Bonxnet J:30 m«i Thief •i.30 UFO 5:30 NBC New* BMJU .Veumwaicfi «:30LUC7 7:00 Mnfordf 7:3Ct»tl * Luck 8:00 Olrl-Extra »:JO B. Kcllh 9:00 D. Martin 14: W) Newt 10:30 Tonlrt- ;2:00 Udnt 'jet 7:90 Today J:0fl ulnah'rPI. 9:30 Jeopardy 10:00 Wizard 10 .VI H'ird Sqj. 11:00 Jackpot I1:M Bweepilakr* U:R NBC N«w» 12:00 Contact CRA.VNEt, Z—MIIHA.VD Friday, April {, 19H 3:30 I 4:00 Andy . 4:30 SUir Trelt 5:30 NBC Ntwi t:M> NWB ! :3H Tni Ill-Con vs. :<0 stnfords :80 u>l» Luck «:»Girl-Extra I2:M a on A Mtlcfc 1:80 B. Keith 1:00 Dayt-Our UT«I 9:00 U. Martin 1:30 Doctor* 10:00 tfWS i-H} •- - WM. 10:JO To.lIgM 2:30 Hon-Survlvt 12:00 Mdnt Sod 3:W aomeriet 1:30 Olrl-My Utt KMOM CTIANNTX I — I10.NA1UMS rrlilay. April 4, 1975 i:fO I/ive Am. Style 3:30 Voyngc 4:30 Dan'J Boon* 5:7.0 ABC Newt 6:00 NCXVB 6:30 Tell Tnith 7:00 Brady Bunch 7:30 *6 Mil. Man 11:30 Odd Couple 9:00 Toma 10:00 Ncwi 10:30 ABC Spell, V:UU N>«t Zoo 7:30 VoyeB* 8:.^) Dan Boona 9:30 B Waliert 10:00 Call of West 10:30 Brady Bunch 11:00 Pnssword H:Sft Snllt Second 12:00 My Children n-M Mnke A Dot I 00 Ncwlvweils 2:30 One Life ••"* 1<n. HosplUi' 2:lfi (ui Movir: " Voodoo Man" (I!)M) Hi'la I.usosi. John rarrartinc, George Zucco. Mad doctor seeks to bring his zombie wife back to nor- mnl by means of voodoo. l::ifl ui! News, Weather, Sporls !:lTi in) Nc\vs, Weather,Sporlt Radio Stations NETWORK STATION'S KfMV (.USC.) . r >WI Kill KENU (N1IC) 1500 KhI KI'VO M'HS) 1M Ilhjt KI.I.I. (TSN) MGO KIu .VON NKTWORK STATIONS KT.I n \r.n KIU KSKI, 950 Kin rsr Ttl.RK FM «4,5 .Mhl KI.I.L FM SD.3 Mhl KOil.M FM 91. 1 M'n liSKf. ITNf >3.7 Mh» KTI:Z int.i MHZ KTST 91.0 MFir K« P GO !••>( 00.5 Mill KH.I, FM W.n .Mill KEVEALED THE HAGUE, The Netherlands (AP) — Dutch authorities have arrested 10 South Mcluo- can militants who plotted to kidnap members ot the royal family from Queen Juliana's palace in Soeslyk, n Dutch Justice Ministry spokesman said. five or six week. And 57 cases of alleged wife assault were reported to the Washtenaw County sheriff's department during a five-month period In 1974, accounting for almost half of all assault and battery complaints. "I could name you three or four addresses where every weekend, year after year, we'll have calls on family disturbances, on a family fight," Detective Lt. Harold Owings said. "The husband...automatically beats up his wife everyttme he gets drunk." The majority o£ wife assaults occur during certain peak periods of the week, the researchers said, especially on Friday nights, late Sunday afternoons and Sunday nights. The most common form of attack, the study showed, is with the fists. But most often head and (he face, Some wives aid their husbands "always went for the face first" in a desire to humiliate them. Seven victims interviewed said their husbands inflicted blows to the abdomenai areas during pregnancy, Injuries included four women with miscarriages, four had concussions, one woman had her hair , ripped out, one suffered a fractured jaw, and one sustained cracked ribs. Miss Eisenberg and Mrs. Micklow said those wives who lecided to take legal action against their husbands were -rapped in a shuttle between the criminal and civil courts— the "Catch 22" situation. If tlie woman requests an assault and battery warrant, ;hey said, she must prove to the prosecuting attorney that she is a worthy victim. The researchers said most prosecutors want proof the woman is filing for divorce before they will issue a warrant. But when the woman arrives in court, judges often fall to punish the husband In the hope that reconciliation will occur, they said. Miss Eisenberg and Mrs. Micklow pointed to the need for the legal system to recognize a crime, protection as well as long term solutions. the assailant also resorted to across the the stairs, burning or kicking, throwing room or down slapping, choking, smothering. The "more Innovative weapons used" Included a broom, leather belt, brush, plllcw, hot iron, lighted cigarettes and a piece of railroad track. Areas of the body most PALM ROOM Dining AnJ 1un.-fri.-ial. Private Party I lonqutt feilitits Musk ly Jimmy Ilofcley F»r reservation Coll 74J-37M I.Y.OJ. 3. RESTAURANT Traditional NDO wife beating as offering immediate RESTAURANT AUTHENTIC FREHffl COOKING I SERVING FRIDAY i SAT. EVENING BOUCHEl A LA REINE / CHICKEN & MUSHROOMS (N PATTY SHEUS WrTN V" V (FRESH ASPARAGUS & HOtlANOAB€ SAUCE) J OPIN MON THRU SAT < AT «»*0 * ORDIW TO CO OPtN MON. THRU SAT. 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