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Church v. Collier

Supreme Court of Arizona

February 13, 1951

CHURCH et al.
v.
COLLIER et al

Judgment reversed.

D. Kelly Turner, Phoenix, for appellants.

Leslie C. Hardy, Phoenix, for appellees.

Phelps, Justice. Udall, C. J., and Stanford, De Concini and La Prade, JJ., concur.

OPINION

Phelps, Justice.

Page 386

[71 Ariz. 354] This is an appeal from a judgment of the superior court of Maricopa County reversing a decision of the Employment Security Commission of the state requiring the Western Greyhound Kennel Club of Phoenix and the Tucson Greyhound Club of Tucson to make unemployment compensation contributions to the commission on all wages paid by them during the year 1944.

The Employment Security Commission was created under the provisions of the Employment Security Act, sections 56-1001 to 56-1014j inclusive, A.C.A.1939 (1949 Cum.Pocket Supp.) and is therein vested with power to hear and determine the questions involved herein.

The facts are that the Western Greyhound Kennel Club and the Tucson Greyhound Club are copartnerships engaged in dog racing in Phoenix and Tucson respectively. The names of the partners and their respective interests in such partnerships are as follows: [71 Ariz. 355]

Western Greyhound Kennel Club

Name

Interest

David K. Funk

1/5

Art Funk

1/5

William Collier

1/5

Kenneth Hagen

1/10

William B. Winters

1/5

Garwood Johns

1/10

Tucson Greyhound Club

Name

Interest

David K. Funk

1/5

Art Funk

1/5

William Collier

1/5

Kenneth Hagen

1/5

Joe B. McCormick, Jr.

1/5

Page 387

In April 1945 pursuant to due notice given all interested parties and in accordance with the provisions of section 56-1011b of the Act a hearing was held by the Employment Security Commission to determine whether the above named partnerships had sufficient employment under the Act to make either or both of them liable for the payment of unemployment compensation contributions for 1944 and whether their operations fall within the provisions of section 56-1002h(4), now 56-1002g(d), thereof. A decision adverse to both ...


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