Bemidji Daily Pioneer, April 10, 1971

Bemidji Daily Pioneer

April 10, 1971

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Bemidji Daily Pioneer (Newspaper) - April 9, 1971, Bemidji, Minnesota The BemidjiDaily Pioneer VOLUME LXVIIt NUMBER JOI FIFTEEN CENTS PER COPY BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA SATURDAY, APRIL IO, 1071 ‘Boarding Mother'-- Career EndsFor* By JAY SHARBUTT Associated Press Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) - “I wish I was starting all over again.” Julie Dyer said as she gently cradled two infants. "To me. it s just the only way of living. I just love babies.” When she returns the two 8-day-old girls to the Children’s Home Society today, Julie Dyer’s long career as a "boarding mother” ends. In 27 years, she has cared for 208 youngsters. She is one of 35 temporary mothers the private, nonprofit adoption agency has employed to care for infants whose mothers couldn’t or wouldn't keep.    *. A native of Bemidji, Minn., and herself a mother of two and grandmother of seven, Mrs. Dyer never has seen the natural or adopted mother of any child sent her, under the society’s rules. Mrs. Dyer, 67, the wife of a retired electrician Charles Dyer, is a former nurse. She became a boarding mother after reading that the society needed temporary homes for unwanted infants. The first she received was a boy, who arrived at the Dyer home in suburban HighlandGram Park on Valentine’s Day I‘*4-4 He remained for about three months until adopted Although she eared for one child until he was 3 years old. most of the babies stayed only two or three weeks until adopted or their natural moth ers decided they wanted to keep them, after all The society pays her $78 a month per child to defray the expense of feeding, clothing and housing the children at the Dyers’ neat, two-bedroom home. One gaily decorated bedroom is set aside as a nursery. Although she confesses she s grown strongly attached to her small wards, "most of the time, just after the ones you really like are adopted, a new one comes and fills the void. Mrs Dyer s daughter, Mar garet Adrian, said she and her brother never felt strange about the scores of children in the Dyer house while they were growing up. “Not at all. I think it actually made us more tolerant of people.” Mrs. Adrian, the mother of three, said. "We grew up with babies of all races and I’d have to say it taught us to get along with people, that their background doesn t matter ‘Selling of the Pentagon - Resurrection Celebrated “AND, BEHOLD, there was a great earthquake: for the angel of the Lord descended from heaven, and he came and rolled back the stone from the door and sat upon it..“And he saith unto them, Be not affrighted: ye seek Jesus of Nazareth, which was crucified: he is risen; he is not here; behold the place where they laid him.” — From the Gospels of Matthew and Mark. CBS Refuses Total Disclosure of Sources NEW YORK (AP) — The Columbia Broadcasting System says it will not furnish a congressional subcommittee all the material it subpoenaed pertaining to the network’s controversial documentary, “The Selling of the Pentagon.” CBS President Frank Stanton says he will turn over only the material that was broadcast and that written scripts, film, sound tape and other material not aired will not be furnished to a special investigation subcommittee of the House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee. The subpoena served Thursday demanded both the televised and untelevised material plus the names and addresses of all nonmilitary and nonnetwork employes appearing in the documentary or filmed or recorded in connection with its preparation. A CBS spokesman said it was likely names and addresses of some of the persons featured in the telecast would be given to the committee. Stanton said the committee demand for the unbroadcast material raised "an unprecedented issue in the history of the relationship between the federal government and the press in this nation ” The sole purpose ot the subpoena. Stanton said, appears to Ix* "to obtain materials which will aid the committee in subjecting to legislative surveillance the news judgments of CBS in preparing ‘The Selling of the Pentagon.’” Chairman Harley O. Staggers, D W.Va., said the committee’s purpose was strictly informational, and it contemplated no action against the network. ;