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Bemidji Daily Pioneer (Newspaper) - April 10, 1971, Bemidji, Minnesota The Bemidjl VOIAIMK LXVIII 'MBKK :tUl Unity Pioneer FIFTKKN CENTS PER COPY BKMID.II. MINNKSOTA SATURDAY. APRIL 10. 1H7I Boarding Mother'- Resurrection Celebrated there was a great ear- for tht' angel of the Lord affrighted- seek Jesus of uhit-h was crucified: he is risen; he is not Career Ends For 'Gram' IK Sll TT Press LOS ANGELES (APt "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 "board- ing mother" ends In 27 years, she has cared for .J9K 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 DMT never ha.s seen the natural or adopted mother of any child sent her. under the society's rules Mrs" Dyer. (57. the wife of a ret i ted electrician Charles Dyer, is a former nurse She became a boarding mother aft- er reading that the society needed temporary homes for unwanted infants The first she received was a who arrived at the Dyer home in suburban Highland Paik mi Valentines He icmamed lor utxnit ihiee months until adopted Although sht tared loi one child until he was sears old most ol the babies onlv lvu> or three weeks until adopted or their natural motn ers decided wanted to keep them, aitei all The society pavs her S7K a month per child to defray the expense ol leedmg clothing and housing the children at the Dyers neat. two bedroom home One gaily decorated bed room is set aside as a nursery Although she confesses she s grown strongly attached to her small wards, 'most ol the time iust after the ones really like .ire adopted, a new one comes and hlls the void Mrs s daughter Mar garet said sue and hei brothei nevci lelt strange about the scores ol children m the house while they growing up at all I think u actually made us more tolerant til people Mrs the mother r to legist.ilivt sin veil lain the news iiidginents ot Ks in pteparmg 'I he Selling ol tin Pentagon i hail man Hal lev I Stan j i i s I) a said the i oin iniltei s pui pose was slru tlv niloiination.il and it tun It inplated nil at lion against the in iwni k
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