had ,, Â£ additional free trap. George Betters, Six Writers Post ~;Bond-for Court Special to The Courier. UNIONTO_WN, MHV_ 26.--At a hearing Wednesday^ evening btforc Alderman- Robert HHopwood, six al- leged-.membcrs-qf, thepcbnncllsyille "numbers" pool and their reputed head, George. Betters, were held for court, on lottery charges. Â·- The-sevrn'mcn were released on bond--Their,hcad, was; freed, under $2,500 while the remaining six "were granted, -their; 'liberty, under. $1,000 bond each. 'The charges were the outgrowth of n surprise raid sUigcd on the number headquarters - in W a t "street, Connellsville," Saturday afternoon, afternoon, - -- - - - "" -"- I The six workers were engaged in tallying the day's receipts when the officers entered. Batters was arrested arrested Monday after he was incriminated incriminated by evidence uncovered by raiding officers. In addition to Betters, those held for court Include George Buchanan, Raymond Keith, Charles Langley, Dclbert Russell, Curtis Adams and James Russell. '