the Uniontown Lose Hol= an! Numbers, Gambling Day In County Court On District Attorney Fred L. Brothers has set Friday as "numbers "numbers and gambling day." Of the 47 prosecutions listed, 16 charge lottery' violations or gambling. Prosecuted for "rackets"' are James Robert Betters, John Dominac, Dominac, John. Napoleon Hall, Theodore Theodore J. Jacfeon, James Nans, Clyde H. Patterson, Morris Ship-j ley, Jr. (two counU), James: Thomas, Caswell C. West and Paul Carter Jr. ; Gambling charges were pre- 1 ferred against Joseph A- Char- novi^h Sr., Stanley. Xh Cudnik, Joseph and Ann Florkevich, Bardosy, Nicholas 'HcrvJt.' Florcvich and Gus Francis.