Jan 10 1962
the the by 3aberlein Candidate For Election L. 61, the Pat the b Sheriff Paul C. Haberlein, 45, aid today that he will file his :andidacy for the office he now holds subject to the Republican primary election May 15. Haberlein has been sheriff since January 12, 1959, when he was appointed in one. of the acts of former Governor Theodore R. McKelduu.,He -was named to 'ill the vacancy when Sheriff ward R. Muir resigned because ill health. Mr. Muir died last The sheriff of Allegany County eg'an his county service on ember 1, 1954, when he became deputy under Sheriff Muir. Haberlein twice won elec- ipn to the City Council of Frost- Hirg. He . was elected in April .952 and re-elected in April 1954. ie resigned as police commission- er of Frostburg to accept appoint- ment as deputy sheriff. Born in Frostburg, he is a of. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Haber- ein. He is married to the Miss Dorothy MacFarland, also of Frostburg. They have'two chil- dren, Paul, 14,'a student at Alle- any High School, and Sue, three. They reside here at 59 Prospect Square. A 1933 graduate of Beall High School in Frostburg, he was em- ployed by the C. and W. Transit Company prior, to enlisting in U. S. Navy in 1942. He was orably discharged in December 1945 after having served two- and^one-half years overseas in the Southwest Pacific. After'his discharge he resumed his employ- ment with the transit company. Haberlein is a member of ihe United Church of Christ of Frostburg and is president of the Duke. Memorial. Bible Class in Cumberland^ He has been* a ber of the Frostburg Fire De- partment for 25 years, during which time he served as both president annd chief. He also past president of Alkgany-Gar- rett Counties Volunteer Firemen's Association. He is a member of Frostburg Lodge 471, B.P.O.E.; Frostburg Aerie, F.O.E.; Farrady Post, erican Legion, Frostburg; the United 'Commercial Travelers, South Cumberland Business and Civic Association, Frostburg and Lonaconing Republican ' clubs; Mountain Lodge 99, AF AM Frostburg, and Cumberland Con- sistory, Ali Ghan Shrine. i The sheriff, who plans to file later this week, also announced that Deputy. Sheriff William E. "Scotty" Orr will' serve as his campaign manager.