1951.1209.The Ogden Standard-Examiner (Ogden, UT).p8
of ^Whether He Ever Runs y^foldalf ( ^^,^^ |Goes MANSFIELD. Ohio. Dec. 8 ( A P i -- A 36-year-old I d businessman is pondering one of strangest problems of his l i f t In Mansfield. Mrs. Laura Schacherer. 64. waits for his decision. It means whether or she w i l l see her son. from she has been separated 3G years. It's been that Ions since a March day in D i c k i n s o n when a priest gave Mrs. Schacherer tip for dead after had given birth to Tim, her f child. The priest found a couple to care for the baby. BiT. Mrs. Schacherer did not die. Instead, she regained her health anri Rave birth to 11 c h i l d r e n , seven of w i t h her husband, hove Her longing for Tim became intense last summer she made efforts to contact him through a ^^ s Â£^ 0rnedA Â£ ^^^ ^ ! and told him r n s , , who ! e ; police p - ; e n f o r c e , char-| i t m;iny ' w h a t real mother. But, she cancelled a visit to Idaho, because her son--who k n o w n no other parents foster m o t h e r aand f a so shocked. Later she told the story to Mansfield News-Journal nnri the story was sent to the Lewiston. Idaho, T r i b u n e where rend it--and decide if, when, whers he wants to see his mother. Â·"