No. 75-14.

72 Wis.2d 569 (1976)

241 N.W.2d 596

CARLEY FORD, LINCOLN, MERCURY, INC., Appellant, v. BOSQUETTE, and others, Respondents.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

Decided May 14, 1976.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

For the appellant there was a brief by David J. Smith and O'Melia, Melby, Simon & Smith, S. C., and oral argument by David J. Smith, all of Rhinelander.

For respondent Department of Industry, Labor & Human Relations the cause was argued by James L. Pflasterer, attorney, with whom on the brief was Uclair W. Brandt, chief counsel and David A. Pearson, assistant chief counsel.


In this unemployment compensation case the controversy on this appeal concerns whether the six respondent-employees, Fred J. Bosquette, Roland H. Haenel, Paul R. Joki, Edmund O. Mahner, Arnold R. Mahner, and Roy W. Oelrich, originally left their employment with the appellant-employer, Carley Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, Inc., because of a strike but were subsequently discharged by the employer, thus rendering them eligible for unemployment benefits subsequent...

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