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Catalog Number 2013.077.114-118
Object Name Pamphlet
Scope & Content Paul N. Luvera apparently applied for unemployment benefits from Nov. 5, 1962 through July 2, 1968. He retired from both the Washington State Senate and his Anacortes grocery store in 1957 and began carving totem poles.

These identification booklets from the State of Washington Employment Security Department document his appearance each Tuesday at the Employment Office at 420 Commercial.

.114 - the circled date is 1966, but it is signed July 13, 1965. His weekly benefit amount was $22 to a maximum benefits payable of $513.

.115 - this booklet began Nov. 5, 1962 and continued to June 25, 1963. HIs weekly benefit amount was $23 to a maximum benefits payable of $517.

.116 - this booklet began July 5, 1967 and continued to July 2, 1968. HIs weekly benefit amount was $25 to a maximum benefits payable of $600.

.117 - this booklet began July 12, 1966 and continued to July 5, 1967. HIs weekly benefit amount was $25 to a maximum benefits payable of $620.

.118 - this booklet began Nov. 5, 1962 and continued to July 7, 1964. HIs weekly benefit amount was $27 to a maximum benefits payable of $720.

Sometime c. 1980 the law was amended so that retirees could not longer collect unemployment benefits.


Title Identification booklets for unemployment benefits
Caption Unemployment identification booklet
Date / /
People LUVERA, Paul, Sr.
Search Terms booklet
identification
unemployment
benefits
Employment Security Department
State of Washington
Subjects Communication
Place - Anacortes, WA