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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1975, Salt Lake City, Utah                              Scientists Cite Peril In Taking Drug During Pregnancy By Kathryn Johnson Press Writer ATLANTA Ga Govern ment scientists say it is possible that women who take the tranqtiilizer Valium during the first three months of pregnancy may increase their chance of giving birth to a baby with a cleft lip Dr Mark J Safra and Dr Godfrey Oakley Jr said the results of a study of 278 in the Atlanta area who had delivered babies with tnajor defects reveal Valium use was four times more common among women who subsequently gave birth to infants with cleft lip with or without cleft palate as compared to mothers of in fants with other major de fects Counsel Needed The researchers indicated that Vallums possible effect on the human fetus might cause some pregnant women to seek abortion advice But they said doctors should counsel such women that a direct relationship between Valium and cleft lips has yet to be demonstrated A spokesman for Hoffmann La Roche Inc manufactur ers of Valium said the drug has been on the market for 12 years and has been taken by millions and the company is unaware it has caused any such problems Company Cooperates He said the company is cooperating in extensive medical studies to determine if Valium might be as sociated with any birth defect Even if a relationship does exist Safra said the actual risk of a woman who has taken Valium giving birth to child with a cleft lip is less than onehalf of 1 percent quite low in light of the 2 percent incidence of major defects nationwide However the Center for Disease Control CDC scien tists urged doctors to weigh the potential therapeutic ad vantage of prescribing Val ium to pregnant women until their preliminary findings are confirmed Birth defects are a com plex thing Safra said Thursday in an interview Many other factors could be involved The Atlanta area women whose babies had birth de fects were specifically asked about the use of tranquilizers and were shown a plastic card containing several sam ples oftranquilizers The children of mothers who had taken Valium had the lip or cleft palate as an isolated defect They didnt have other major defects said Safra He noted that with modern surgical methods a cleft lip and a cleft palate can be repaired Mother of Missing Hoffa Succumbs in Detroit 85 US Drops Extortion Against 2 NEW YORK AP The federal government dropped extortion charges Thursday against the alleged kidnapers of whisky heir Samuel Bronf man 2nd paving the way for a state trial on kidnaping charges The dismissal of the extor tion charges against Dominic Byrne and Mel Patrick Lynch followed an agreement be tween federal authorities and Westchester County Dist Atty Carl Vergari The extortion charges carry a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison while the state kidnaping charge carries a sentence of 15 years to life in prison US Magistrate Martin Jacobs dismissed the federal charges after Asst US Atty Gerald Feffer moved for dis missal on grounds that the primary charge is kidnap ing and in the interest of justice should be pursued first Neither Byrne a limousine operator nor Lynch a city fireman was in court during the hearing Salt Lake Trifriae aa A DETROIT AP Viola Hoffa mother of ex Teamsters President James R Hoffa died in a suburban Detroit hospital Thursday 29 days after her son disap peared She was 85 A spokesman for Dr Jahangir Mohtadi said Mrs Postmen Plan Holiday Rest WASHINGTON AP Postal Service said Tuesday there will be no mail de liveries on the Labor Day holiday Monday Limited window service holiday lockbox service and special delivery will be pro vided in some areas Collection of mail will be made at airmail boxes and certain other boxes bearing one or two white stars late in the day Pickups will also be made from most boxes lo cated in residential areas Normal weekend service will be provided on Saturday and Sunday Aug 30 and 31 Hoffa died of natural causes at Plymouth General Hospi tal She was hospitalized a week ago Previously she resided in a Farmington nursing home A friend of the family said she died of a broken heart over the mysterious disap pearance of her son Her death is a direct result of the tragedy concern ing her son said Murray Chodak law partner of her grandson James P Hoffa Its been a very bad month for this family Mrs Hoffa was a very alert woman until this tragedy She askedforher son every day and could be seen deteriorating The fami ly is very upset Chodak said Chodak said Josephine Hoffa wife of the former union leader was released from a Detroit hospital ear lier this week She was hos pitalized Aug 17 for exhaus tion and strain resulting from the disappearance of her husband the family said 143 South Main Dial 5242800 Established April 15 1871 issued every morning by the KearnsT ribune Corporation Salt Lake City Utah 64110 Second class postage paid at Salt Lake City Utah All unsolicited articles 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