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Three Democrats challenging Clausen ering S igns to :ratic Brian Kahn Norma Bork Peter W|ndrem lWillbe on honors in Political Science. nation. Our elderly suffer businesswoman. Bork is 50 of experience in education Election He was Cal Boxing champion, terrible hardships. Our youth years of age. She has a B.S. and health care delivery, and [ the Kahn graduated Boalt Law are victimsof drugs, alcohol New Jersey State University; eight years experience in for School UCB 1973 and is a and crime. M.S., California State business. member of the California But these problems didn't University, I.,os Angeles, and She stated that she is a held by State Bar. He was District happen overnight. For years has a Ph.D., University of mother-awoman, and that's representative for Agsem- Congress has supported California at Los Angeles. unusual in Congress. She County blyman Vasconcellos, 1974; "bigger is better" both in She and her husband Paul said she has lived 50 years University of California business and bureaucracy, live on Howell Mountain .in now and knows something and Varsity BoxingCoach 1970-75. Regulations hamstring small Napa County. They have two about life, is not narrow in Kahn was elected Sonoma business and local govern- grown sons, Paul 25 and her approach and believes County Supervisor in 1976; merit. Giant oil companies Terry 23. that is important. appointed to California State gouge the American people. Bork is a member of the So far she has not held a Board of Correction in 1977. Itdoesn'thavetobethisway! California State Democratic political office. In the 1978 "My candidacy for I believe a rebirth of the Central Committee, Napa election she received 16,000 K h Congress is based on per- American spirit, based on County Democratic Central votes less than 16-year in- Q n formance, not campaign common sense and acom- Committee, Napa County cumbent Don Clausen (R- promises," Kahn stated. "In mitment to basic human Land Trust Advisory Board, Crescent City) despite Sonoma my four years as County values, can turn the situation Commonwealth Club, organizational inexperience District Supervisor I've faced hard around. Democracy was Common Cause, (partial and a badly underfunded Ianuary decisions and tight budgets, designed to represent people, list), campaign. She has continued to the I've worked to improve not special interest. Until we Her campaign is tied to campaigning since the last service to citizens while force Congress to bring three main themes: en- election and says she hopes to cutting costs. To combat government home, wewill all dorsement from political finish the job this time. in community problems, we've be short-changed. We can groups, attacks on oil corn- mobilized our most neglected have affordable health care, panics and attacks on Don resource the energy of housing, jobs, a quality of Clausen. in concerned people. I've environment for our children Bork, an environmentalist, Fleter i. He fought to get government and security for our elders! I was against the completion of Sonoma back to basics, am dedicated to achieving Warm Springs Dam. She Wlndrem 1965 - Today, our local efforts are these goals, t ask for your says she thinks massive He was hampered by the alliance of support in the coming water projects can be tennis big money interests with big campaign and the work that avoided by building Peter Windrem, a Lake government. Runaway in- lies ahead." desalinization plants for sea County resident, attended of Univer- flatten, unemployment, and water. Kelseyville school. He was a 1969 v, dth energy cost are crippling our She stated that she doesn't student  body president at like foreign policy questions. Kelseyville High School and She said these are not things graduated first in his class. she has a public stand on, :'In 1961, the late U.S. Rep. ' Norma Bork have thought through Clem Miller selected Win- carefully, or will have to ever drem 'to be a page boy at the e and Press Norma Bork, a former bein a decision-making place nation's capitol, and in the end" Republican, who began on. summer of 1967 he returned campaigning for the She opposes a universal to becorae a legislative aide D e m o c r a t i c 2 n d service program, to a member from California. Congressional district seat "If I were a member of Windrem graduated from I - No Proposition 7 - No three years ago was a Congress, I would make the University of the Pacific 2- yes Proposition 8 - No director of a program which education a priority service in 1965 and received his law 3 - No Proposition 9, Yes trained speech therapists at area" she stated, degree from the University of ,4 No Proposition 10 - Yes Pacific Union College at Bork says she has 26 years Virginia in 1968.  - Yes Proposition 11 - No Angwin in Napa County. She 6- No still spends some time directing a business, which provides home care for shut- == " =m ins. This allows her to list her occupation as a 00'ille Canoe rday Chamber you to now annual Canoe on Saturday, 35 family. on the of the down on 30 a.m. and The trip Asti to L a Itmeh stop for the oc- o Pastori. a-pot luck. are made requests to will be should be ' sandwiches, There will the SUn wear bring a carry umt go with to be in a a $1 charge anytl, to be show two of elements upthe and says last this year accepted FAIR * PROMPT FIRM EXPERIENCED "These are the reasons we are supporting Jim Jones, the qualified candidate." Jack Dominechelli The Qualified Candidate PROMOTIONS ONSONYTAPES WITHFULL COLOR SOUND. Take advantage Of the special offers we've got on Sony Audio Tapes: Buy 3 HFX- 60 minute tapes for just ,9s or a FREE 3 - 90 minute tapes ,10 pack case for ,79s So drop in. It's the perfect time to enjoy Full Color Sound and take advantage of these Red Hot promotions. Wednesday, May 28, 1980 - Page 3 Rep. Don Ciausen He then joined the Peace Corps in Guatemala. At the present time he raises winegrapes and is active in the Lake County Vintners, a cooperative which markets wine under the Konocti Cellars Label. He also manages the family's pear ranch and is a member of Mr. Konocti Growers, a pear cooperative. Rep. Don Clausen Incumbent In September, 1962, an Almost everyme agrees airplane carrying Rep. Clem that Clausen is a nice guy. Miller (D-Corte Madera) to a On issues, Clausen can be campaign appearance in described as conservative. Humboldt County, crashed on He has gotten consistenly approach to the fogbound high marks from groups like Eureka airport. Miller was the American Security killed. Miller won the Council and the National November election Association of Businessmen posthumously, for his vote for expanded Three months later, in a military, appropriations and special election, Don against government Clausen, the 1962 GOP regulation of business. candidate, an insurance man, He has gotten bad scores professional pilot, and Del from groups like the Norte County supervisor, a Americans for Democratic virtually unknown, defeated Action and Ralph Nader's Miller's aide, William Grader Citizen Watch. of Fort Bragg, who was He has been praised by the nominated by a district National Taxpayers Union convention of Democrats. and the Americans for Now, after 18years in office Constitutional Action for Republican Congressman favoring reduced federal Donald Hoist Clausen, age 57, spending, except for public will be challenged in the works projects so important November General Election to his own district. Clausen by the Democratic winner of has long championed more the June 3 primary, spending for highways and Clausen is the ranking water projects. Despite the Republican on the House conlinuing conservative Interior Committee, and trend, there have been signs third-ranking Republican on of deterioration in Clausen's the Public Works Committee. strength. As an attorney, Windrem represents citizens groups concerned with streambed gravel extraction, geothermal developments and other local issues. . Active in Democratic politics, Windrem was chair 0f the Lake County Democratic Central Com- mittee and a member of the Sonoma County Central Committee. Windrem, 35, lives with his wife, Kathy, and two children on a ranch near Keisyville. Free Class June 10 with this ad Hmi"9 Fun! 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