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Dan Hubig Near Future By Ray Reece This calendar of political and related events is an information service for Observer readers. Please mail or phone in items to the Observer office at least three weeks before the scheduled event. March 5/Sat./Austin: “Blow for Blow,” a feature film dramatization of the history of working women in France in honor of International Women’s Day. Starts 8 p.m., Bread and Roses School for Socialist Education, 2204 San Gabriel. March 6-April 5/Austin: “Behind the Lines,” an exhibit of political and social satire by Austin artist Dan Hubig at Armadillo Gallery, 525 1/2 Barton Springs Rd. March 7/Mon./Fort Worth: Mike Cole, national legislative director for Common Cause, will speak at Fort Worth chapter meeting, 7 p.m., Sycamore Park Recreation Center, 1000 Beach March 7-8/Mon.-Tues./Austin: Annual State Conference on Issues in Alcoholism will focus on legislative action. Speakers include State Rep. Chris Miller, Janey Briscoe, Sen. Chet Brooks. Registration \($15 advance, $20 at 443-7653. March 8/Tues./All points: International Women’s Day. March 8/Tues./Austin: Austin Coalition for Battered Women continues weekly planning sessions for long-term programs. Each Tues., 5-7 p.m., Austin Woman’s Center. Information: 472-3775. March 9/Wed./Seguin-New Braunfels: Common Cause membership meeting, open to public, 7:30 p.m., First National Bank, Seguin. March 9/Wed./Austin: Antonio Gonzalez DeLeon, head of Economic Section, Mexican Foreign Ministry, will speak on “Mexican-U.S. Relations” at 4 p.m., East Campus Lecture Room, Sid Richardson Hall \(UT School. March 11/Fri./Austin-San Antonio: “Texas Weekly” host Bill Anderson interviews Eddie Bernice Johnson, state representative from Dallas, on her bill to combat prejudicial redlining by Texas savings and loan associations. KLRN, Channel 13, at 6:30 and 11 p.m. Repeats Sun., March 13, at 9:30 p.m. March 11/Fri./Austin: Last day for regular filing of bills in 65th Legislature. Late bills require special vote of legislators. March 12/Sat./Corpus Christi: State Democratic Executive Committee will meet to discuss legislation affecting political parties and presidential primaries in Texas. SDEC subcommittees meet Fri. night, early Sat. Plenary La Quinta Royale Hotel. InformaMarch 13/Sun./Austin-San Antonio: “Capital Eye” presents first debate on medical malpractice liability, with representatives from Texas Medical Association and Texas Trial Lawyers Association. Channel 36 at 10 a.m. \(See March 13/Sun./Houston: Ben Wattenberg, host of “In Search of America,” argues that American workers have never been better off. Rebuttal by Richard Goodwin. KUHT, Channel 8, at 6 p.m. March 13/Sun./Dallas: Economist Michael Harrington is the guest speaker at a dinner honoring Carl Brannin, Dallas socialisthumanist and prolific writer of letters to editors. John Henry Faulk will be there too. Eastfield Commission $3. March 13-15 / Sun. Tues / Austin: Atty. Gen. John Hill, U.S. Rep. Bob Eckhardt, and Houston Controller Leonel Castillo are among the speakers scheduled when the Texas Family Institute meets at the Sheraton Crest Inn. Focus on “ways to strengthen and support the families and children of our nation.” March 17/Thurs./Austin: The Austin Woman’s Center commences six-week class, “On Being Chicana.” Thurs. nights, 7:30-9:30. Information: 472-3775. March 17-19/Thurs.-Sat./San Antonio: The 98th convention of Texas State Teachers Association will honor State Sen. A. M. Aikin Jr. for contributions to Texas education. Speech by Bill Moyers at Fri. morning session. Informa5355. March 18/Fri./Austin-San An tonio: Rudy Oswald, research director for the AFL-CIO, discusses labor’s view of the economy on “Wall Street Week,” KLRN, Channel 13, at 7:30 p.m. \(followed by “Washington Week March 19/Sat./Austin: Paris Commune Party at Bread and Roses School, 2204 San Gabriel, 8 p.m. Information: 478-8939. March 20/Sun./Austin-San Antonio: “Capital Eye” presents second debate on medical malpractice liability. Channel 36 at 10 March 20-May 1/Austin: “American Images Documentary Photographs by the Farm Security Administration, 1935-42.” Includes work by Russell Lee, Dorothea Lange, others. March 21/Mon./Austin: Poets James Dickey and John Ramington read from their works at a benefit for Austin Recreation Committee, a nonprofit group that supports liberal-progressive causes and candidates. Tickets $4.50 and $5.50 on sale at University Co-op and Cochran’s Bookstore. Reading starts at 8 p.m., Paramount Theater. In442-6409. March 21-22 / Mon. Tues. / Austin: Conference on “Human Services in Texas” looks at planning and delivery of health, legal, allied services. Focus on federal matching funds for communities. Sponsored by LBJ School, UT Graduate School of Social Work, School of Architecture. Registration 9 a.m., March 21, Joe Thompson Conference Center 471-4741. March 26/Sat./Austin: A slide presentation by the American Indian Movement highlights a benefit dinner for National Lawyers Guild, 8 p.m., Bread and Roses School, 2204 San Gabriel. Information: 478-8939. March 29/Tues./Houston: “In Search of the Real America” Ben Wattenberg argues that America’s exploitation of global resources is good for the world. Rebuttal by Stuart Udall. KUHT, Channel 8, at 11 p.m. March 31/Thurs./All points: Deadline for written comments on federal “visitor use and general development plan” for Big Thicket National Preserve. Copies of plan available from Big Thicket National Preserve, P.O. Box 7408, Beaumont 77706 and National Park Service, Rm. 10-G-3, Federal Bldg., 819 Taylor St i . Fort Worth 76102.