Clipped From Cumberland Evening Times
Quarters For Sheriff V-^- - -vi-T.. fa&l*' -.- -— T Renovated By County By GENE BROWN Evening Times Staff Writer Last December, shortly after the Democrats took over control of the Allegany County Board of Commissioners, there was much hullaballoo about the "serving of steaks to the sheriff's office personnel." Commissioner John Tucker Mason and .Commissioner Obituary Va (R eeser ) DECKER—Mrs. William F., 69, Garrett, Pa: ISNER—Mrs. Thomas, 75, Parsons. • PLUM — Waller C., 76, Parsons. ROGERS—Mary (Beth), 9, formerly of Mt. Savage. REYNARD—Charles E. Sr., 56, 309 Paca Street. TURNER—Mrs. Russell E., 58, Manns Choice, Pa. WARD — Edgar C., 76, Key. ser. WILSON—James C., 72, Green Spring, W. Va. Charles E. Reynard Sr. Charles Edward Reynard Sr. of 309 Paca Street, owner and operator of the Dutch Kitchen on South Lee Street, died this morn ing at Sacred Heart Hospita where he was admitted Octobe 31. He observed his 56th birthday yesterday. Mr. Reynard was born in Edin John J. Rowan brought up the matter at that time and the prac- ice was ended abruptly. Then Sheriff Paul C. Haberlein ivas named sheriff in January and there were some who thought hat a program against the a son of Mary Evans, city, and the late Nathan C. Reynard. He was a former employe of the CeJanese Fibers Company and was a member of the Baptist Church, Fraternal Order of Eagles 245. Loyal Order of Moose 271 and Knights of Pythias. His wife preceded him in death. Surviving besides his mother are a daughter, Mrs. Joseph C. Kenney, LaVale; a son, Charles E. Reynard, city, and one sister, sheriff's office was in the offing. But the exact opposite pro'ved .0 be the case. Sheriff Haber- ein, who had resided in Frostburg, appeared before the county commissioners and asked that something be done to make the living quarters in the county jail property suitable so that he could move his family there. The sheriff in Allegany County is on 24-hours duty. The two Democratic members of the county board went beyond the expectations of the sheriff. They authorized renovation of the living quarters with new wallpaper, painting of the dark woodwork, flooring and repairs to the plas-i tered walls. Recently, Sheriff Haberlein was able to take occupancy. of the living quarters. The county does not provide food or furnishings for the living quarters but does pay for the heat and lighting. Commissioners Rowan and of Mason, along with Commissioner William A. Wilson, the Republican member of the board, decided that the offices for the deputies and sheriff should also be improved. These offices were renovated and painted in light colors. Paneling was installed in several of the rooms and the county jail now presents an attractive appearance to visitors— and even prisoners who are!