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Sim Jut* 7, 1974 ' U. S., World Notes. Warren WASHINGTON - Some slight improvemeet in the condition of former Chief Justice Earl Warren was reported by his physician, a Georgetown; University Hospital spoilsman said. Warren. 83. wap)ospitalized Tuesday with congestive heart failure and coomarv insufficiency. WASHINGTON - Watergate issues will be argued before the Supreme Court for the first time Monday as lawyers argue the President's claim that he is entitled to withhold tapes and papers wanted for the Watergate cov- erup trial. A capacity crowd is expected in the marble and mahogany courtroom to hear attorneys for the White House and the special prosecutor's office. Tnruly' MOSCOW - A Soviet chess grandmaster said Saturday "The chess world is doubtless sick and tired of Robert Fischer's escapades." Salo Flor said in the newspaper Sovetskaya Rossiya. said "The chess world has a right to demand correct behavior from the world champion." Flor criticized the world champion for telegrams he sent to the International Chess Federation seeking conditions for his title defense next year. Flor called Fischer an "unruly child." Peron BUENOS AIRES. Argentina -- A Buenos Aires newspaper said Saturday that Dolores Teresa Aberbe, a former Buenos Aires City Council member and long-time Peronist, apparenty has been confirmed as the personal secretary of President Isabel Peron. Nutrition WASHINGTON - A federal panel of nutrition experts recommends that all food made FrÂ«M f ire Smr*rc* from corn, wheat and rice be enriched with 10 vitamins and minerals to reduce malautri- tioc risks. The report by the Nutrition Board of the National Res?- rch Council. Canada OTTAWA, Canada - Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau and his chief opponent. Robert Stanfield. wind up a lackluster campaign Sunday and then face voters on Monday in an election rated as a toss-up. Political experts are reasonably certain only that Canada once again will hame a minority government. zaies, 15, was tilted, Siaoatetas, 11, was critically injured, aw) Adekoa's t-vear- old sister was seriously injured. RACINE. W*. AP - it m+i tort l*e ' to tt* feriwfcr. MÂ«MC ki* ttwr tnttkiet. AM! mm I what iÂ» 4*" kjr taven *Â«er Robert Sucfcarto acdottv G*vÂ« hy tte RacÂ«K COM*) Mortal Heattk Ass*, to FISCHER WARREN they look part in a Â»ew program to teach bartewfcrs how to help a disconsolate drinker. "A lot of people drink when they have problems." said S* durda, 52; a bartender for 24 years. "And they usually talk lens their drafcers tare mi where they cam he ant to fet **Â¥ "We're lot tryitf to leach harteaders to heeonearmchair ps)-ckiatri$U." said program director Ruth WayiaM. "We teach them how to UsteÂ». They're Mt sMfpwed to analyze iOT , MRS. MULKEY Sight Restored Junta NICOSIA. Cyprus - Relations between Cyprus and Greece worsened Saturday with the publication of a letter from President Makarios to Greek President Phaedon Gi- zikis. charging members of the Greek junta with plotting Makerios' assassination and overthrow. The letter also demanded the recall of 600 Greek army officers from the conscript Cyprus naational guard, and accused them of being the mainstay of the extreme right-wing EOKA-a terrorist movement. 'Mr. Cay' PENSACOLA, Fla- Nineteen persons attending a homosexual convention to name a "Mr. Gay America" were arrested Friday night and charged with lewd and lascivious behavior. Police Sgt. Jack Odom aid city police began what he called a major crackdown on homosexual activities after learning of an influx of 3,000 delegates to the convention. All of Saturday's arrests were made at the hotel serving as convention headquarters. No details about the arrests were given and those arrested were released on $250 bonds. Typhoon TOKYO - A typhoon that swept Japan for five days and left four people dead, is jured and nine missing, moved off the mainland Sunday, police reported. They said about 6.000 houses were flooded. Ill Winds of the typhoon, called Gilda, were clocked at 65 miles an early Sunday over the Tsushima Strait between Japan and South Korea, the Central Meterological Agency said. Weather A hot summer sun baked the Plains Saturday as thunderstorms struck the Gulf and lower Atlantic coast states. During a thunderstorm in New York City Friday afternoon, lightning struck a tree in Central Park where three girls stood. Margaret Gon|74 Years Later, jSight Restored J BRISTOL, Va. - ( A P ) - ?Mrs.l Josephine Mulkey's eyes ^finally have seen the glory. :Her family... a leaf on a tree. Â·\ . a cobweb hanging on the ^'corner of the porch. . . the *neon signs along the city ^streets. : ..Mrs. Mulkey. who is 80, can ' see again after 74 years of blindness. To her. these ordinary things are priceless works of art, a feast for eyes that were starved for beauty. -- Â· ;. "SUCH A blessing, such a ^miracle!" exclaimed Mrs. Â· Mulkey. "It makes me so hap- Â· py that I feel like singing 'How : Great Thou Art.' " U n t i l last m o n t h . Mrs. ! Mulkey had lived for nearly I three quarters of a century in a shadow world in which her ! only visual perception was daylight and color. ; then, with a corneal trans- Â· plant, an eye surgeon in \ Abingdon. Va.. restored the iFayette Book 5 IVisits Planned 4 J * The Fayette County book- Â· mobile will visit these com- I munities this week: I Monday-Glen Jean, 11:30 - a, ra. to 12:30 p. m.: Pax. 1 to 2 p. m. . Tuesday - Beckwith. 10 to - 11:30 a. m.: Lansing. 1 to 2:30 '- p. m. ! Wednesday - Scarbro. noon f to 12:30 p. m.: East End. Ho 2 p. m. ; Thursday - Dixie. 10 a. m. ; to noon; Jodie. 1 to 2 p. m.; -! Gauley Bridge, 2:30 to 3:30 p. Friday - 1I.-45T. "n - Deepwater. 10 to Robson, 11:15 to m.: Beards Fork, noon to I p. m. details and features she'd been missing most of her life. Mrs. Mulkey was blinded in both eyes when, as a 6-year- old in Murphy, N.C., she fell while carrying some of her mother's home-made liquid lye to a neighbor. The lye was for use in washing clothes or making soap. "Right up into my eyes it went," she recalled. "They did their best to get it out, of course, but I was crying and rubbing my eyes, and it was too late." Doctors forbade her to go to school, even to read a book. She learned her ABC's and numbers from her brothers and sisters. Later, she married the late Stanley Mulkey and raised seven children. They gave her 16 grandchildren, who, in turn, gave her 16 great-grandchildren. Last fall, a granddaughter mentioned her plight to an eye specialist. The doctor thought he might be able to help. There was a long wait for a corneal donor. Finally, on June 13. a healthy cornea was transplanted into Mrs. Mulkey's right eye. When the bandages were removed the doctor calmly announced she could see. Nine days laier. her son Jack drove her home through a world she was seeing clearly for the first time since 1900. Best of all. she saw she had raised "a beautiful family." Her grandchildren and her neighbors looked as she had thought they would, "but much prettier." "Everything I look at, everyone, is so pretty," she beamed. Many things still are "fÂ«?y" to Mrs. Mulkey, bat ht#4octor has assured her she'll be able to see better and better as time goes by. THE NAME SAYS WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT FURNITURE APPLIANCE, DISCOUNT IF YOU'RE NOT BUYING FROM FAD YOU'RE PAYING TOO MUCH!!! FAD Sells More Air Conditioners . . Â· Stocks More Air Conditioners And Our Prices For G. E. Air Conditioners Start A t . . . Carry-Tool i \i AGTE304FB Â· 400 BTU/HR. 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