The former Soviet republic of Georgia has a long history of claiming a large number of old people, and that trend continued yesterday as the Associated Press filed a story about Antisa Khvichiva of Sachire, Georgia, who is said to be 130 years old, born on July 8, 1880.  Unfortunately, a lot of documents were lost in that country because of revolutions and the civil war that raged when the Russian Empire collapsed.  Antisa's working papers have survived, however, and they show she retired from her job in 1965 ay age 85.  She spends a lot of time in bed these days, and her gnarled hands no longer allow her to knit, but family members and friends say that her mind is still sharp.  The Gerontology Research Group hasn't taken a look at Antisa's records yet, and they currently recognize Eugenie Blanchard of Saint Barthelemy, France the world's oldest person at age 114.