23 Apache Corporation 206 Houston Texas Business Directory, In 2000 of the 1,205,516 households 37.7% had children under the age of 18 living with them 50.6% were married couples living together 13.7% had a female householder with no husband present and 30.8% were not families About 25.1% of all households were made up of individuals and 5.3% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older the average household size was 2.79 and the average family size was 3.38; Hobby Center for the Performing Arts The River Oaks Theatre was built in 1939 It is among only a handful of currently viable retail buildings of its age and historic style in Houston it was the last of the deluxe neighborhood movie theaters built by Interstate Theatre Corporation and the only one of its kind still operating as a movie theater. Ports The Allies had mixed success in mainland Asia in March 1944 the Japanese launched the first of two invasions an operation against British positions in Assam India and soon besieged Commonwealth positions at Imphal and Kohima in May 1944 British forces mounted a counter-offensive that drove Japanese troops back to Burma by July and Chinese forces that had invaded northern Burma in late 1943 besieged Japanese troops in Myitkyina the second Japanese invasion of China aimed to destroy China's main fighting forces secure railways between Japanese-held territory and capture Allied airfields by June the Japanese had conquered the province of Henan and begun a new attack on Changsha in Hunan province. As of the general elections of 2014 a large majority of the members of Texas's U.S House delegation are Republican along with both U.S Senators in the 114th United States Congress of the 36 Congressional districts in Texas 24 are held by Republicans and 11 by Democrats One seat is vacant Texas's Senators are John Cornyn and Ted Cruz Since 1994 Texans have not elected a Democrat to a statewide office the state's Democratic voters are made up primarily by liberal and minority groups in Austin Beaumont Dallas El Paso Houston and San Antonio as well as minority voters in East and South Texas; .
. . . . 9 Education Voter turnout (voting age population) The internationally known slogan "Don't Mess with Texas" began as an anti-littering advertisement Since the campaign's inception in 1986 the phrase has become "an identity statement a declaration of Texas swagger".