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. Pacific Islander: 0.1 percent Thomas Jefferson Rusk settled in Nacogdoches Nacogdoches County and was also a Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Texas. . . The Houston Airport System a branch of the municipal government oversees the operation of three major public airports in the city Two of these airports George Bush Intercontinental Airport and William P Hobby Airport offer commercial aviation service to a variety of domestic and international destinations and served 55 million passengers in 2016 the third Ellington Airport is home to the Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base the Federal Aviation Administration and the state of Texas selected the Houston Airport System as "Airport of the Year" in 2005 largely due to the implementation of a $3.1 billion airport improvement program for both major airports in Houston. ! Bayou Bend is a 14-acre (5.7 ha) facility of the Museum of Fine Arts that houses one of America's most prominent collections of decorative art paintings and furniture Bayou Bend is the former home of Houston philanthropist Ima Hogg.
9 Media From November 1943 during the seven-week Battle of Changde the Chinese forced Japan to fight a costly war of attrition while awaiting Allied relief in January 1944 the Allies launched a series of attacks in Italy against the line at Monte Cassino and tried to outflank it with landings at Anzio. ! . Various companies are headquartered in incorporated and unincorporated areas throughout Harris County; The 1200 Jail the headquarters of the Harris County Sheriff's Office. . Movie theaters, In recent years Houston's love affair with the car has cooled somewhat with car usage falling by 15.2% since 1995 and heavy investment in public transport including a light rail system opened in 2004 effectively signalling the return of the streetcar, Club League Sport Venue Built Capacity Frustrated at the lack of progress and feeling the pinch of the American-British-Dutch sanctions Japan prepared for war on 20 November a new government under Hideki Tojo presented an interim proposal as its final offer it called for the end of American aid to China and for lifting the embargo on the supply of oil and other resources to Japan in exchange Japan promised not to launch any attacks in Southeast Asia and to withdraw its forces from southern Indochina the American counter-proposal of 26 November required that Japan evacuate all of China without conditions and conclude non-aggression pacts with all Pacific powers. That meant Japan was essentially forced to choose between abandoning its ambitions in China or seizing the natural resources it needed in the Dutch East Indies by force; the Japanese military did not consider the former an option and many officers considered the oil embargo an unspoken declaration of war.