McKenzie, Harry McKenzie Margaret (Margie)Rizer McKenzie Oct 1, 1946
; Froitburg . . -Mariiie Paroled Oii Wife's Charge Frostburg, Oct. 1—Trial Magls- ; irate James P. Keaney yesterday . paroled Harry McKcrizie, 29, a form, form, ';(• Marine, lor jsix months and in- .iinicted:him to provide.for his wife .}).ul rainUy *nd refrain from molcst- ;/rig them in Oie future. . . -.;. The ex-Marine, who was wounded ;.t>y':.maehirje-gun fire, seven bullets lodging in his legs in the battle of ;,*\vd .Jima, was • found guilty of as, as, 'siult and battery on a charge preferred, preferred, by his mpther-ln-law, Mi's. \yalter Riser, who testified McKen- 'n§" had neglected her daughter, It'nyed away from home.and failed to provide them with necessities. "~Mr*. Margaret McKeiiEle, the frail looking 24-year-old wife, tes- .tified' that she Is In poor health and that her hiisband, after drinking drinking heavily,. arrived home at midnight midnight several days, ago and during '..an' argument that followed struck her on the arm. She also testified 'that he quit his job at the Celanese plant and has failed to provide for her in the past few weeks. McKenzie stated that he wanted to work on a farm and had an onnortunitv to do this kind of work He said that a house and job waiting for him on a farm on Mountain, but that his wife refuses to go with him Mrs. McKenzie answered by saying saying that she is in constant need of medical care and that the place on Dan's Mountain is too isolated to secure the services of a physician. McKenzie pleaded, not guilty to the charge of striking his wife but admitted he is unemployed The parole is for a period of six momlis ."with Magistrate Kenney warning that a second offense would " a House of Correction sentence.