On this day: Aug. 21, 1964

The Rev. H.P. Hawkins, Pasco NAACP president, termed conditions "good" in the Tri-City area, noting the biggest problem remains chronic unemployment among Negroes. There has been a minor breakthrough, pointing out a Negro teacher has been hired by the Pasco School District, a Negro postman has been hired, and several have been added to staffs in private business.